NASCAR Legal Institutes Diversity Internship Program
NASCAR seeks the exceptional, the talented and the driven to contribute to its success as one of North America’s premier sports. Offering opportunities in various areas across the sport, NASCAR encourages innovation and creativity on and off the track.
NASCAR Diversity Internship Program – Legal:
The 2021 NASCAR Diversity Internship Program is a paid internship that seeks diverse undergraduate and graduate college students to contribute to the fast-paced NASCAR industry. NDIP provides practical, unique, hands-on experience in a variety of fields vital to the sport & business operations.
- Be a member of one or more of the following races/ethnic minority classifications: Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Latino or Hispanic, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
- Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program, or be considered a recent graduate who has not completed their degree before the fall of the application year
- Be a U.S. citizen or eligible to work in the U.S.*
- Be at least in their sophomore year of college
- Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Be willing to relocate to Florida, North Carolina, or various locations across the United States
*Temporary visas will not be issued for this internship program.
- The selection team will be conducting rolling interviews- students are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible
- Students only need to submit ONE application; applicants will be considered for all internship positions in their desired field(s)
- The application period for consideration to the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program for summer 2021 is January 1-31, 2021
What will I be doing?
The legal intern will work on a wide variety of projects with and for the attorneys including but not limited to sponsorship and media rights.
- Review and draft contracts
- Provide analysis on legal matters in different business units
- Research various legal issues as it relates to the business
Skills I need to be successful in this role…
Major or Area of Study: A candidate for Juris Doctor degree
Courses: Sports Law, Intellectual Property, Copyright or Media Law
Other Qualifications: Require a student that has completed his/her 2nd or 3rd year of law school at an ABA-accredited law school