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North Shore Navigators Seeking Host Families, Game Day Staff & Interns

February 10, 2020 - Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) - North Shore Navigators News Release

LYNN, Mass. - The Futures Collegiate Baseball League's North Shore Navigators are seeking host families, part-time and game day staff members and interns for the 2020 season.

The Navigators' 2020 roster will have more players from around the country than ever before, so the team is looking to add to their dedicated group of host families.

Host family requirements are simple: a bed, laundry facilities (for personal items; the team washes uniforms), a parking spot (some players don't have a car, some do), and some help with meals. The players are provided with food before and after games, so don't let feeding them be a deal-breaker because the bed is needed most!

Each host family will receive a stipend based on the number of players they host, a season ticket for each family member and a special Navs gift package.

The Navigators are also hiring for numerous part-time staff, day-of-game staff and internship positions:

Part-Time/Day-of-Game Staff

- Assistant General Manager

- Director of Interns

- Game Day Operations

- Concessions

- Clubhouse Manager

- Mascot

Internships

- Event Staff (including front gate, merchandise, promotions, special events)

- Game Entertainment (music, sound effects)

- Play-by-Play Broadcaster

- Sideline Reporter

- Social Media

For more information about becoming a host family or to inquire about open staff positions and internships, contact Derek January at dj@nsnavs.com.

The Navs are now preparing for the 13th season of collegiate ball at Fraser Field and their ninth in the Futures League. The 2020 opener is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27. Until then, stay up to date on the latest Navs news by visiting nsnavs.com and following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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