Be Part of Our Story
Welcome to the Los Angeles Dodgers career page!
It's a thrilling time in our history as we continue to break ground both on and off the field. We're looking for exceptional people to share our journey and play a vital role on our winning team. If you want a rewarding career working for the leading sports organization in an exhilarating environment, and to add to our diverse talent and our rich history and culture, apply today!
Who We Are and What We Stand For
The Los Angeles Dodgers organization is built upon tradition, history and a strong foundation of effective teamwork.
We have claimed seven championship titles and 24 pennants since joining the National League in 1890, and our commitment to excellence extends beyond the field. On our most recent championship run in 2020, we were recognized as ESPN's Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year.
After 74 years in Brooklyn, including the historic 1947 season in which Jackie Robinson broke Major League Baseball's color barrier, we moved to Los Angeles in 1958. Our fans continue setting us apart, creating an environment unlike any other in sports. Since our transition to the West Coast, we have led the National League in attendance 35 times. In 1978, we became the first Major League team to attract more than 3 million fans. Since 1901, we have the highest cumulative attendance of any professional sports team. Dodger Stadium has drawn the highest MLB attendance every year since 2013.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Our mission is to create a culture where diverse voices and experiences are valued, our people feel empowered by their connections to each other, and the Team and all employees feel they can succeed.
Our charge is to direct and track impact, establish clear accountabilities, reporting standards, aspirational goals and measurements of success.
We promote a culture of Dodger Pride, honoring our industry legacy, our place in history, and our standing locally and around the world. We are committed to hiring the best talent and providing an environment that values integrity, inclusion, excellence, respect, inclusion, and collaboration.
Click here to see all open positions with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Health Savings Account
Flexible Spending Account
Basic Life Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Time Off & Holidays
On-site employee cafeteria with subsidized lunch
Emerging Talent Programs
Please note that our 2022 Emerging Talent Program Internship & Fellowship positions have been filled. Be sure to visit our site again in December 2022 for our 2023 Season. We look forward to viewing your applications then!
Interested in a career in sports? The Los Angeles Dodgers offers programs for current students and recent graduates that are designed to introduce individuals to the world of professional sports. Our Emerging Talent Programs include a 12-week internship program from May to August and a 5-month fellowship program from March to July.
Participants are placed in departments and roles across the Dodgers organization to help them grow their experiences and hone their skillset. The tools and connections give them a network of industry experts, and real-world, hands on experience in a dynamic environment.
2022 Opportunities Include:
- Baseball Operations
- Business Development & Analytics
- Marketing & Broadcasting
- Public Relations
- Ticket Operations
- Finance & Accounting
- Planning & Development
- Information Technology
- Stadium Operations
- Business Development & Analytics
- 5-month Internship Program: Recruitment starts in February
- 12-week Internship Program: Recruitment starts in March
- Must be available to live and work in Los Angeles or your assigned office location.+
- A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
- Unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
- Passionate about working for a professional sports team.
- Proactive and out of the box thinking.
12-week Internship Program:
- Must be a rising Sophomore, Junior or Senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree OR are currently enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited institution.
5-month Fellowship Program:
- Must be a current Senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree OR currently enrolled in your final year of a graduate program at an accredited institution OR within 2 years post graduation.
To comply with the Los Angeles Dodgers COVID-19 policy, all Emerging Talent Program participants are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to commencing employment. Applicants who receive a conditional offer of employment will be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to their first day of employment. Applicants who decline to be vaccinated because of a qualifying medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief, or because they are pregnant, may be considered for a reasonable accommodation to the vaccination requirement.
Transparency in Coverage - Machine Readable Files
The information available through the below link is provided in good faith to comply with the Machine-Readable Files (MRF) provision of the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule (TCFR). These files are extensive collections of data to be ingested and read by machines and are not intended for consumer/member use.
To learn more about the TCFR and the MRF provision, refer to this Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services page.
Minor League Players Only: Here is a link (https://mrfdata.hmhs.com/) to the Highmark BCBS website that will take you to a series of machine-readable files containing the following information: in-network provider negotiated rates and historical out-of-network allowed amounts for providers.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS LLC is an equal opportunity employer.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS LLC is firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for all qualified applicants from every race, creed and background. The Organization is also firmly committed to complying with all applicable laws and governmental regulations at the state and local levels which prohibit discrimination.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS LLC considers all applicants without regard to national origin, race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, military status, citizenship status, pregnancy or related medical conditions, marital status, ancestry-ethnicity or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal civil rights law. The Immigration Reform and Control Act require that the Organization obtain documentation from every individual who is employed which verifies identity and authorizes his/her right to work in the United States.