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ABOUT THE NBPA: The National Basketball Players Association (the “NBPA”) is the union for current professional basketball players in the National Basketball Association. Established in 1954, the NBPA’s mission is to ensure that the rights of NBA players are protected and that every conceivable measure is taken to assist players in maximizing their opportunities and achieving their goals, both on and off the court. Whether
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Reporting to the Director of the Career Development Program for the NBPA/NBA Joint Labor-Management Cooperation and Education Trust. This program provides NBA players with the essential skills, education and resources to achieve success in their off-the-court careers, both now and in the future. RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide educational and career guidance and assistance for players Assist players in their growth and development by constructing educational
The NBPA and the NBPA Foundation are seeking self-motivated, creative and innovative students for internships. The internships are for 12 weeks or more and require a 20-hour weekly commitment, at minimum. Students pursuing degrees in various disciplines are encouraged to apply, as the NBPA has multiple departments: International Relations Marketing Digital Operations Player Strategy & Development Communications Finance Human Resources Player Relations NBPA Foundation An NBPA