Business Development Internship

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Beyond4 Media
1864 Shaylin Loop
Nashville, TN
Posted: October 15 2015
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid

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What You Give
Time, energy, thought, blood, sweat, and occasionally tears. Though college internships, externships and apprenticeships each have slightly different stipulations in terms of program length, and work expectations, all operate by the same general guidelines. Students act like a cross between pupils and employees, giving free labor in exchange for being “taught the ropes.” This is where those hours of pouring over textbooks and lab reports will pay off. Students work, and sometimes live, in their job for a given time (anywhere from two weeks to a full year) and in turn receive an insider look at what exactly a real job in your major entails.

What You Get
Beyond4 Media is scaling aggressively. We’re on a rocket to the moon and you’ll be catching us early. If you kick ass, opportunities will open up for you. Most importantly, though, you’ll learn skills here that you won’t learn anywhere else. Our internship program is known for being hands-on, and if you’re interested in working at a startup, then there’s no better place to be than Beyond4 Media. No better time, either, as you’ll get to experience a phase of rapid growth.
You’ll get to work in our beautiful home offices for now, in a car with the President, Vice President and others, too. We offer all the usual startup perks (stocked fridge, office video games, dog-friendly, etc.), but we’d rather entice you by the opportunity to work with a great company. Working at a startup shouldn’t be about the free swag, it should be about being a part of something extraordinary. (You will get plenty of free popcorn, coffee, water and sometimes more, though, if that’s your thing.) If you’re up for the opportunity, we look forward to your application.

Experience, an enviable résumé, professional contacts and references, college credit, and sometimes a marginal income, but don’t hold your breath on that one yet. Don’t think that all that hard work is for naught. Successful college internships and set you up for a future in the field you want—not to mention putting you one step closer to your degree.
Upon graduation, those who have completed a work-placement program are more qualified, more experienced, and more connected than those who have not.


Beyond4 Media looking to bring on a few rock star Business Development Interns for our internship program. We are a fast-paced online media startup based in Nashville, TN, so joining now is an excellent opportunity to learn hands-on business and entrepreneurial skills. We’re looking for sharp, hard-working, and quick-learning college students (and recent grads) to join us. If that sounds like you, read on.

This means a large part of your job will be working with our Operations & Production Team handling multi-channel communications including a wide variety of vendor, internal and customer interactions to ensure that both vendor, customers and contractors are thrilled with their Beyond4 Media experience. You’ll be joining us early enough to have the privilege of working and learning alongside both our top brass and other great interns. Additionally, as the Business Development Intern, you will assist in a variety of other tasks including marketing, content production, production scheduling, industry research, sales, and office administration. This internship is perfect for the non-technical individual that wants to go on to found or work at a startup in the future.


The most important qualifications are that you’re hardworking and can learn quickly. We can train you to do most tasks as long as you exhibit those traits. Ideally, we’re looking for a college student who is interested in entrepreneurship and technology / media startups. That way, you can take away some valuable information from this experience. Here are some good guidelines: You are currently enrolled as an undergraduate student or you are a recent college grad.You can work at least 15-20 hours per week (part-time) during the week, including some evenings and weekends.You have an affinity and aptitude for communications, both oral and written.You’re upbeat with a sunny disposition.You like to make strangers smile.You enjoy popcorn and coffee. (Feel free to mention your coffee and popcorn flavors order on your application).You want to build something cool the engages people.


Required - Outstanding time management skills, Connecting People, Answering Telephones, Advising People, Online Business Management

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