Travel Intern - Overview


  • Spring
    • March-May each year
    • Four teams of eight people each
    • 40- to 60-hour work weeks
    • Eight to nine events conducted by each team
  • Summer
    • May-September
    • Six teams of eight people each
    • 50- to 65-hour work weeks
    • 10-13 events events conducted by each team

The Basics

  • Travel to top junior golf tournaments around the country
  • Make new friends - teams spend a lot of time together
  • Run top-tier junior golf events
  • Work in a team atmosphere
  • Problem-solve in difficult situations
  • The AJGA compensates interns the hourly federal minimum wage ($7.25) plus time and one-half for overtime worked
  • The AJGA compensate a majority of tournament-related expenses (lodging, food, gas and laundry)
  • Travel to Atlanta for the start of the internship will be paid in full by the AJGA but travel home at end of the internship is at each intern's own expense
  • Interns are provided with clothing, shoes and sunglasses as a part of a uniform


  • Must be at least 21 years old prior to the start of the internship
  • Must have a valid U.S. driver’s license for a minimum of three years
  • Legally eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship
  • Must either be working towards or have achieved a Bachelor's Degree
  • Work outside in extreme weather and temperatures
  • Work in direct sun exposure
  • Drive and operate company vehicles and travel via plane
  • Drive and operate a golf cart
  • Use and operate company equipment, i.e. radios / walkie-talkies
  • Ability to spot golf balls on the course
  • Stand and walk for extended periods of time
  • Communicate both verbally and in writing
  • Lift equipment up to approximately 50 pounds

Important Dates

  • Applications for the 2020 travel internship will open in August of 2019.
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