2013 MSG Entry Level and Internship Fair

2013 msg entry level internship fair

Don’t be fooled, the 2013 MSG entry level job fair isn’t actually at Madison Square Garden.

Let’s say you recently graduated college and have been enjoying a little time off before getting a real job and getting out from under mom and dad’s roof. Well now is the time to step up your efforts!

If you live in the New York area the 2013 Madison Square Garden Entry Level & Internship Fair is a great chance to meet face-to-face with hiring managers of several companies looking to add talented people to their staff.

Here’s the trick… it’s not at Madison Square Garden, it’s at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ. Don’t show up at the Garden by mistake!


The job fair runs from 2:00-5:00 pm on Tuesday, July 9th and registration includes tickets to the NY Liberty vs Seattle Storm later that night. Tickets start at $38, for an extra $10 you gain access to additional sports business seminars that will help enhance your marketability and prepare you for what lies ahead in your career.

If you don’t live in the New York area, don’t sweat it we have tons of entry level jobs and internships on WorkinSports.com

Some of the Employers Who Attended Last Year’s Event:

  • CBS Radio
  • New Jersey Devils
  • New York Red Bulls
  • New York Liberty
  • Trenton Titans
  • Burson- Marsteller
  • Horizon Media
  • Legends Sales & Marketing
  • VPV Interactive
  • The Aspire Group

Before you go make sure to read our tips on how to stand out at a fob fair

About Brian Clapp

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