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About Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden was built in 1879 in Madison Square, but has moved four times since then—all around midtown Manhattan—before settling in its current location at Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets, above the “new” Penn Station. The Garden has always been a major sports and events center, and today is home to the Knicks and the Rangers. In addition to sporting events, the Garden is host to concerts and performances throughout the year. Ringling Bros. performs its world-famous circus there when in town and Ol’ Blue Eyes himself (Frank Sinatra) made it a frequent venue, as well. Jimi Hendrix played the Garden in 1969, Tina Turner in 1987 and Jerry Garcia in 1994.

Though intern positions vary depending on management needs, most are related to the Garden’s business activities. Applicants should clearly express their career interests, which will be accommodated if possible. Some departments in which past interns have worked include public relations, advertising, sales and marketing, operations, information technology and new media. In all departments, interns work closely with full-time professionals.


Open to all college sophomores, juniors and seniors, and grad students. Interns must receive academic credit for the program.

Madison Square Garden

Attn: Internship Manager
Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden
2 Pennsylvania Plaza, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10121


Number of Interns: 101 or more
Compensation/Benefits: Academic Credit, Paid, Stipend
Duration: N/A
Academic Level: College Sophomores, College Juniors, College Seniors, Graduate Students


New York, NY