Employment at Aloha Tournaments
Aloha Tournaments provides a fun, challenging and rewarding work experience for people of all ages and experience levels. Over the course of the tournament season, Aloha employs over 200 staff members all over the country. Many are high school and college students employed on a part-time basis to work at one or several tournaments in a single season.
In addition, as Aloha Tournaments continues to grow, we are constantly looking to add top talent to work full-time at Aloha's headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. Working at Aloha Tournaments is a great opportunity for a highly-driven people who are passionate about youth sports, and in particular, growing the game of lacrosse. We are looking for smart and friendly who will be dedicated to providing the best possible service and experience to our customers and will like to have fun while doing it. We offer a unique blend of start-up culture and energy, combined with structure and know-how only attained by two decades of experience in the sports and entertainment business.
If you think you would be a good fit for the Aloha Tournaments staff, either on a part time or full time basis, please follow instructions below.
If you are interested in joining the Aloha Tournaments team on a full-time basis, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your information will be kept on file for any future job openings.
Summer Seasonal Employees
Aloha Tournaments hires hundreds of summer employees to work at the weekend tournaments. If you are interested please complete the Summer Employee Form and follow the instructions carefully to submit the applicaton. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Aloha Tournaments prohibits discrimination against and harassment of any employee because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status (special disabled veterans, disabled veterans and Vietnam-era veterans), or any characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. All personnel who are responsible for hiring and promoting employees and for the development and implementation of company programs or activities are charged to support this effort and to respond promptly and appropriately to any concerns that are brought to their attention.