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The NSGA is a non-profit corporation dedicated to promoting healthy and active lifestyles for athletes age 50 and over through education, fitness and sport. A recognized multi-sport organization of the United States Olympic Committee, the NSGA is comprised of Member Organizations who conduct state or national multi-sport competitions, which serve as qualifiers for the National Senior Games. Our headquarter offices are located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Working for the NSGA is an excellent opportunity for those interested in a career in sports, and event management. We offer opportunities to not only work with a variety of Olympic sports but also with numerous facilities and host communities throughout the country.
                                                                                                                                                             

Current NSGA Openings will be posted here.

 
NO CURRENT OPENINGS
 
 
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Interested candidates should send a Cover Letter, Resume, and Reference in care of the current open position for which you are applying to the NSGA – Human Resources Department.

ATTN: Human Resources
NSGA
PO Box 5630
Clearwater, FL 33758-5630

USA

Or you may email your information to [email protected]. If you would like to intern with the NSGA, please send a Cover Letter, Resume, and Reference to the email or mailing address above.

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