Internship Opportunities in Austin, TX

I’m not sure if anyone is around the Austin, TX area but here are some internship opportunities released by Flotrack for Fall 2012. Everyone might be set already for internships (I guess I would hope so!) but this may be helpful for someone down the road. I don’t know anything about the internships. I follow Flotrack because of my nephew who runs for Penn State but Ryan Fenton, the founder, has taken this from a grassroots h.s. track and field site five years ago to a pretty robust track and field site providing worldwide coverage. For what it’s worth here’s the link.

http://www.flocasts.com/page/Internships?utm_source=Flotrack+List+24+Aug+2010&utm_campaign=6158b9994a-Flotrack_Maryland_Golden_South_5_24_125_24_2012&utm_medium=email

 

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