Internship Program

The Lime Rock Park Internship Program is geared toward high school and college graduates who love cars and road racing and have the desire to learn some of the fundamental business, marketing, hospitality and public relations aspects of the fast-paced sports industry.

Why does LRP want an Internship Program at Lime Rock Park?  

  • To find highly motivated pre-professionals to help organize, promote, and bring new perspectives to the 2015 Lime Rock season.
  • It’s not slave labor, but mutually beneficial partnerships - Interns will gain valuable field experience in career paths, professional contacts and mentors in an exciting and unique market.

As an unpaid Lime Rock Park Intern, you'll have "behind the scenes access" to all major Lime Rock Park race weekends and enjoy the benefits of working closely with Lime Rock Park managers - including networking opportunities, off-site events, referrals and more.

"There is no place better than the Driver's Club at Lime Rock to develop an overall appreciation and understanding of both track and business functions. Being an Intern at Lime Rock not only offered me the first hand exposure I was looking for in a unique business that I loved, but also allowed me to pursue my passion for racing, leaving me with great on and off track experiences, thrills, memories and friendships that will remain with me long after the racing season ends." - Mike Briskie, 2009 Intern for The Lime Rock Drivers Club

“An internship at Lime Rock Park gives you a great understanding of a business, but most importantly teaches you how to be part of a team.  The fast paced action of a race weekend and the hard work that leads up to an event creates a setting where working as a team is crucial to success.  If you are successful at this, there is nothing more satisfying then looking across the track on a crowded race weekend and not seeing a free patch of grass on the hillside.  Lime Rock Park has given me skills, friendships, and many memories that will last a lifetime.”  - Mike Siepmann, 2007 Marketing Intern

Available Internships...

1. Public- and Partner-Relations Intern (approx. May 1 – September 7, 2017)

- Manage press clippings
- Manage photography during and after each event
- Gather and organize photography by sponsor or special occurrence during event, working from a provided shot list
- Ensure that there is at least basic photography of each subject on the shot list both by working with the LRP photographers and by personally taking photos (phone-based camera appropriate)
- Produce a Sponsor Relations guide after each event working with Lime Rock’s graphic designer. This would be a 4-page book including cover and back cover that would be sent out to each sponsor, partner and midway vendor within 1 week of event conclusion
- Reach out to local media outlets in support of major and off-site events and work directly with media personnel at those events
- Execute private tours of the paddock area
- Assist in production of event staff materials
- Assist in execution of off-site events

- Willing to reach out to existing LRP media contacts along with “cold calls”
- Photographic and design skills
- Exceptional communication skills


2. Event Execution Intern (approx. May 1 – September 7, 2017)

- Management of Will Call ticket orders
- Management of Media sign-in and credentials
- Responding appropriately and knowledgably to a variety of incoming questions and requests
- Print and fulfill ticket orders
- Assist in production of event staff materials
- Assist in front line customer service, both in person, over the phone and online
- Assist in execution of off-site events
- Maintaining list of sponsor deliverables, ensure compliance

- Experience working directly with customers in a high paced environment
- Demonstrated problem solving skills
- Additional date availability beyond normal intern requirements


3. Historic Festival Intern (approx. May 1 – September 7, 2017)

- Research Historic Festival appropriate venues, car clubs, collectors and publications for 2015 and 2016
- Leverage appropriate car clubs, collectors and publications to support the Historic Festival and Historic Festival promotional events
- Assist in promotional execution for all major spectator events
- Responsible and professional communication with owners of assets valuable to Historic Festival
- Assist in execution of off-site events and promotions
- Liaison with ticketing for group ticket buys
- Assorted administrative tasks for Sunday in the Park Concours and Thursday Parade
- Assist in research and execution of Historic Festival Swap Meet including, but not limited to, finding and establishing contact with appropriate vendors both through cold calling, targeted research and off-site event attendance

- Demonstrated thorough and precise research
- Strong written communication skills


4. The Lime Rock Store Intern (approx. May 1 – September 7, 2017)

- Work with the Director of Marketing and Ticketing Manager to develop all aspects of the store including product line, best sales practices including online sales, and most effective operating hours
- Maintain records of sales and analyze data, producing product and quantity recommendations based on analytics and direct experience
- Day-to-day store operations including fulfillment of orders and organizational tasks

- Prior customer service experience preferred
- Demonstrated thoroughness, reliability and professionalism
- Experienced with Excel and data analysis


Required Qualifications for all interns:

- Willing to commit at least 3 days per week
- Reliable transportation and willing to use your own laptop
- Able to work all days of major spectator events
- Organized, self-starter and thorough
- Familiarity with Lime Rock Park or sports car racing a plus
- Luxury brand experience a plus
- Event/hospitality experience a plus

To contact Lime Rock Park

- Email only please, include desired position in subject line, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
- Include in body of email
- Availability, and commitment (time willing to commit per week)
- Any conditions or conflicts that would prevent an intern from keeping a regular schedule