SPRING ‘17 MARKETING INTERNSHIP (University of Oklahoma Only)

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Hooked is a free mobile app that provides students with hundreds of exclusive deals per day from the top restaurants around campus. Think Instagram but a live feed of time sensitive deals (3-5 hours long) happening right now, around you.

Currently in 35 major universities across the nation
Rated #1 Food & Drink app for college students in the nation
Over 250,000 students actively using Hooked
Hooked has saved students over 2 million dollars so far...and counting!


Form specific marketing strategies with your team to help integrate the Hooked brand to your fellow students
Manage and host our Free Food Marketing Events with Hooked restaurants
Present the app to large groups of students off campus
Weekly in person meetings with the on campus Marketing Team & Sales Manager
Attend bi-weekly conference calls with the Head of Ground Marketing from HQ
Use your knowledge to implement and refine existing strategies to maximize their potential

What will you get out of it?
Develop meaningful skills in contemporary marketing tactics, branding, promotions, and entrepreneurship.
Resume booster (i.e. 1/3 of entire campus using Hooked due to my marketing strategies)
Understand what it takes to market a rapidly growing start up on the ground level
A professional letter of recommendation for those who go the extra mile


You MUST be a student at University of Oklahoma.

We are looking for self-starting, highly motivated individuals ready to make an impact at Hooked & on campus!

You must have a strong passion to be influential on campus and possess great communication and presentation skills. An ideal campus manager is one that wants to make a difference, improve a wide range of key business skills, and have some fun while helping grow a rapidly expanding startup.

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