College students enrolled in sports management, communications, journalism, or television and radio courses may be eligible to attend a Devils home game, and at the same time gain valuable experience viewing the game night operations of a professional sports team. This may include access to the press box and post-game interview areas. Students interested in taking advantage of this program should have their school contact the Devils in writing on the school's letterhead.
Requests should be sent to:
Devils Communications Department
165 Mulberry Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Please note that space is extremely limited.
Corporate Community Clubs
- PSE&G Power Play Kids
The Devils and PSE&G honor local area youth organizations for their positive contributions to the community through PSE&G's Power Play Kids. Through these programs PSE&G provides tickets and t-shirts to worthy youth groups for selected home games. The program provides an opportunity to reward children for something positive they have contributed to the community.
Groups that have been part of the Corporate Community Club include: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Hunterdon/Somerset, Mercer, and Ocean Counties; Boys and Girls Clubs of Monmouth, Morris, and Union Counties; Children’s Aid & Family Services (Bergen County); Children’s Institute (Verona, NJ); Foundation for the Handicapped (Wayne, NJ); Junior Achievement (Princeton, NJ); Middle Earth (Bridgewater, NJ); Tae Kwon Do Youth Foundation (Jersey City, NJ); and Youth Consultation Service (Newark, NJ).
Devils Draft Party
The Devils Draft Party is hosted annually by the Devils and is open to all fans free-of-charge. The first round of the draft is shown on television monitors and fans are able to listen to interviews with the Devils’ first-round selection as well as team personnel from the draft floor.
AmeriHealth Youth Hockey Marquee Matchup
Youngsters participate in a mini-game during selected Devils' games. Participation is organized through the New Jersey Youth Hockey League. The Devils are proud to promote youth hockey throughout New Jersey.
PNC Achievments in Academics
Introducing the New Jersey Devils and PNC Bank Achievement in Academics program! Education is the foundation that allows children to grow and build moral stability. It has been shown that success in academics comes from 3 distinct parts: literacy, a strong educational influence and a system that rewards students for their efforts. We developed three rewarding and unique programs to get your child or student reading again! Read More
The Devils host a limited number of School Nights each season. Nearly 10,000 students, their families, and supporters representing more than 100 schools typically participate each season, using a Devils home game as a fund raiser or social event. School groups of 25 or more may participate in the program which recently completed its 11th season. For information, please contact the Devils Group Sales Department.
The Devils and the National Hockey League have created a blueprint for an exciting street hockey program for kids called Street Devils™. This program serves local community centers and schools by providing an athletic and educational program free of charge. Street Devils™ is available to children (between the ages of six and 16) in northern and central New Jersey through selected local park districts, public and private schools, youth clubs, and other organized recreational facilities. More than 18,000 boys and girls, representing some 100 organizations, have participated since the program’s inception. Street Devils™ supplies each participating organization with sticks, goal nets, protective goaltender equipment, rubber pucks, and no-bounce balls. It is designed to be played on indoor gymnasium floors, outdoor playground surfaces, or other safe, paved, contained areas. The Street Devils™ program was established to make hockey more accessible to kids and to provide local communities with a youth sports program that promotes education, sportsmanship, and fitness through participation in hockey. The Devils are committed to continue building and maintaining a community program that encourages active participation in youth sports.