10/21/2013 12:55 P.M. ET
Want to be a 2014 Phillies Ballgirl? Apply by Friday, October 25
Only five days left to submit resume for Phillies Ballgirl position, a program presented by Macy's
By / MLB.com
Time is running out.
The Phillies are looking to hire a staff of ballgirls for the 2014 season who can represent the organization in the community as well as perform duties on the field. Fans have until Friday, October 25, to apply.
- Public relations skills: i.e. taken communications, broadcasting or public speaking classes
- Softball experience and knowledge of the game of baseball
- Strong interpersonal skills with an outgoing personality
- Flexible schedule - must be willing to work early mornings, nights, weekends, and holidays
- Must be at least 18 years of age
How to Apply: Applicants should send a resume along with a two minute DVD highlighting their softball experience and explaining the reason(s) why they should be selected to be a Phillies Ballgirl. Requested information should be mailed to:
Citizens Bank Park
One Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
ATTN: BALLGIRL APPLICANT
No phone calls please. Submissions must be postmarked by Friday, October 25, 2013. Those qualified will be notified to participate in a future tryout at Citizens Bank Park. For more information, please visit www.phillies.com/ballgirls.
ABOUT THE PHILLIES BALLGIRLS PRESENTED BY MACY'S
The Phillies Ballgirls are ambassadors for the Phillies both on and off the field. They represent educated, athletic and energetic women who hope to serve as role models in professional sports for young girls. Each year, the Phillies Ballgirls make over 150 off-field appearances including TV and radio as well as school visits, nursing home visits, golf and bowling tournaments and fashion shows. They also play a minimum of 10 softball games which all have a charity element. In addition, the Ballgirls are involved with the Phillies environmental initiatives and captain the Red Goes Green team. For more information, please visit www.phillies.com/ballgirls.
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