This internship is good Communications majors and great for Sports Management majors. For anyone who plans to take this internship, be ready for unexpected tasks that might take a long time and get to know your co-workers as you will learn a lot from them and you will be working with everyone, not just the few people you are placed with. These people can also be the "foot in the door" you might need in the future. The work place is also a very serious, but very relaxed environment so don't worry about the stress to impress. If you can work in a calm place, are open to meeting people in person as well as over phone/email, and are willing to take on whatever work you are given, you should be fine.