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Charlie Sheen Internship – Are You #Winning?

March 7, 2011

sheenhat Charlie Sheen Internship – Are You #Winning?One million Twitter followers in just over 25 hours launched Charlie Sheen into the record books. Now, you can keep #tigerblood on top by applying for the Charlie Sheen Internship.

This afternoon, Sheen tweeted to the world that he’s seeking a social media intern to help him monitor trends in the Twitterverse and manage logistics for a number of upcoming online projects this summer, with the ultimate goal of expanding his already astronomical presence on the Web. Candidates must apply at this contest link between now and Friday, March 11 at midnight, and describe in just 75 characters why they’re the best candidate for the job.

The gig itself will last for eight weeks this summer, and we’re glad to see Sheen’s sharing the wealth by making it a paid internship. What can you accomplish in eight weeks? Stop for a moment and consider that at the time of this posting, the actor has only been on Twitter for six days.

In that time, Sheen has proven to be a social media genius. His Twitter feed has produced an incredible number of trending topics that have seeped into the pop culture lexicon  — #winning, #planbetter and #tigerblood, to name a few.

Social media management is one of the most rapidly expanding job fields for college graduates, and the responsibility of helping manage communication for the Internet’s most talked-about man would be massive career launcher. If you love being part of the conversation, head to the application page – and buckle up for what is very obviously the internship of the year.

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Hiroki Murakami March 26, 2011 at 11:29 am

We made it to round 3. Created by the SignedOn team! Check out our video application: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZrp7Jr7yz0.

As goofy as it may seem, working with Mr. Sheen would be win-win situation for us! We’re working to develop QR technology to the point that someone such as Mr. Sheen would be able to merge interactive features with his talk-show “Sheen’s Korner”.

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