Wayne Embry Fellowship
The Wayne Embry Fellowship provides one Canadian the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in a professional basketball operations environment.
The fellowship consists of rotations to provide growth of knowledge and experience in all facets of an NBA basketball team. These include: coaching, scouting, team services, player development, medical, financial, equipment, travel and G-League. Each rotation will include a mentor and specific responsibilities in order to learn the role that each department plays within an NBA organization.
As the fellow, you will also have the opportunity to gain event operations experience at NBA Summer League and Basketball without Borders world camp held during NBA All-Star weekend. Travel and accommodations for these events will be covered as part of the Fellowship experience. The fellow will begin on July 2, 2020 and receive a $30,000 CAD stipend which will be paid out semi-monthly.
For more insight on the Wayne Embry Fellowship, follow the experience of this year's Wayne Embry Fellow on Instagram (@RaptorsFellow).
WHO IS THE IDEAL CANDIDATE?
The Toronto Raptors are looking for an individual who exemplifies a passion and commitment to the game of basketball in the spirit of Wayne Embry's career over his 50-years as a leader within the NBA.
Mr. Embry is a big believer in the six P's:
If you have demonstrated a commitment to these words in your life, this may be the opportunity for you.
To find out more about Mr. Embry, click here to read his bio.
HOW TO APPLY
NOTE: Application submissions for the 2020-21 Wayne Embry Fellowship open January 20, 2020. Applications must be received by February 29, 2020.
To qualify, all applicants will be asked to submit these 3 items:
Submit a formal resume/CV through our online job posting
Complete the online application and short answer questionnaire
No longer than 2 minutes in length (YouTube preferred)
Your video submission must demonstrate to our panel:
- How you are uniquely qualified for this fellowship through Wayne Embry’s P’s: Perseverance, Persistence, Preparation, Passion, Perception and/or Pride?
- How have you demonstrated your commitment to basketball?