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Sport195, Inc. - Technology and Development Intern
Sport195, Inc. — New York, NY
Description We are a global social sports network focused on all sports, all countries, and all levels to bring people thought though the power of Sport. Quickly our company is developing into one of the worlds largest platforms for sports information. Work with a fast paced and diverse development team to promote changing the world by empowering and connecting people globally through sport. The company is looking for motivated, forward thinking, creative but critical minded individuals. Ideal candidates will avidly follow multiple sports. The company works as a team and although directly working with the development crew on a daily basis the candidate would be cohesively working with the entire company simultaneously. Benefits Potentially meet well known athletes Immersing yourself in the sports world Interacting with sports enthusiasts Helping foster the growth of a pioneering social network Please email your resume (.pdf), 2 letters of reference (.pdf), and writing sample or portfolio if applicable to email@example.com
School District of Manatee County — Bradenton, FL
Company Information HealthVantage is the School District of Manatee Countys employee wellness program. Maintaining and promoting employee and student health is essential to achieve the Districts mission of inspiring students to learn, dream and achieve. HealthVantages focus is on the employees health promotion and wellness programs. The variety of services offered includes group exercise and weight management programs, an employee fitness center with small group personal training, preventative screenings and wellness consultations, on-site employee flu shots, wellness education (seminars and special events), tobacco cessations programs, and District-wide fitness and nutrition challenges. Intern Description The Fitness Specialist Intern will work in the award winning HealthVantage Program at the School Board of Manatee County building, the Employee Fitness Center, and various schools sites in the district. The intern will be under direction of the Wellness Coordinator and Wellness Specialist. He/She will gain experience in wellness promotion and communication, health education, fitness, corporate wellness and special populations including (but not limited to) Diabetes, Overweight/Obese, and Aging.
Do you want to make a Difference? Sports Marketing Intern at ClassWish.org!
Classwish — New York, NY — Virtual
PLEASE SEE ALL OUR INTERNSHIP POSTINGS at http://ClassWish-Intern-Postings.org We seek outstanding undergraduate and graduate students as interns for the current school year and for the summer to collaborate on the boldest nonprofit initiative we know. We are looking for entrepreneurial, passionate, and energetic students with exceptional skills in the sports marketing field to take initiative on a range of projects including setting up a celebrity page with starts like LeBron James. This is an outstanding leadership opportunity in an innovative, emerging nonprofit.
Campus Managing Editor: College Sports
On Campus Sports Network — Virtual
You love college sports, and you want your work to be seen by as many people as possible. Thats where we come in. On Campus Sports provides students with the opportunity to cover college sports for a national media company. Our relationship with multiple online sports publishers means exposure to potentially tens of millions of college sports enthusiasts as well as possible job opportunities for you in the future. In that regard, On Campus Sports could serve as your pipeline to a career in professional media. We have openings for you to write, photograph or broadcast. We also offer a number of leadership positions for students with excellent editorial and managerial skills. CAMPUS SITE POSITIONS OCS staffs a team of student journalists at Division I universities nationwide. We call these Campus Sites. The Campus Managing Editor leads a Campus Site staff of Writers, Photojournalists and Video Broadcasters, who produce content on a regular basis. You and your staff cover men's and women's varsity athletics at your school and around your conference. You can also produce national stories (for example, pieces on major breaking news or events like the Final Four). CAMPUS MANAGING EDITOR The Campus Managing Editor (CME) position puts you in charge of your universitys Campus Site. This is a critically important leadership position. The primary task for a CME is to help recruit prospective Writers, Photojournalists and Broadcasters to join your staff. As a CME, you also: collaborate with your campus team and your Conference Editor to plan immediate and long-term coverage. help edit and publish stories for your Campus Site. build and maintain a relationship with your school's athletic department. approve student journalists through the application process and recommend students for promotions
College Sports Journalist
On Campus Sports Network — Virtual
You love college sports, and you want your work to be seen by as many people as possible. Thats where we come in. On Campus Sports provides students with the opportunity to cover college sports for a national media company. Our relationship with multiple online sports publishers means exposure to potentially tens of millions of college sports enthusiasts as well as possible job opportunities for you in the future. In that regard, On Campus Sports could serve as your pipeline to a career in professional media. We have openings for you to write, photograph or broadcast. We also offer a number of leadership positions for students with excellent editorial and managerial skills. CAMPUS SITE POSITIONS OCS staffs a team of student journalists at Division I universities nationwide. We call these Campus Sites. The Campus Managing Editor leads a Campus Site staff of Writers, Photojournalists and Video Broadcasters, who produce content on a regular basis. You and your staff cover men's and women's varsity athletics at your school and around your conference. You can also produce national stories (for example, pieces on major breaking news or events like the Final Four). COLLEGE SPORTS JOURNALIST Whether you choose to be a Writer, Photojournalist or Broadcaster, you should have a good understanding of AP style, along with a passion for covering sports and a strong work ethic. Writers will: submit at least one article per week (miminum article length: 300 words), focusing on your school's sports teams. You also can produce stories that appeal to regional or national audiences. attach a photo with each article (either your own original image or an appropriate image that resides in OCS's media library). participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. Photojournalists will: capture images of your school's sports teams (based on the teams' events each week). shoot images of athletic facilities and popular campus landmarks. participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. Broadcasters will: capture raw video footage*: This could be a spectacular play at a live sporting event you attend, or capturing the emotion of the crowd during a pivotal moment in a game. This could also entail shooting video from a tailgate party or a local sports bar where students and fans are watching the big game on TV. We're looking for compelling "you had to be there" moments to fill our Raw Video category at each Campus Site. produce edited video packages*: These are typically 90-second to 2-minute segments shot on site or in a studio. We will provide examples of other students' work. participate in one weekly planning meeting with your fellow OCS staff members. *Broadcasters have the option to shoot raw video, produce edited video packages, or both. Not all broadcasters will be required to provide both types of video content, although that is ideal.
Sports Reporter Internship
Women Play Ball — Virtual
Are you looking to get noticed? Then Women Play Ball, is looking for talented writers and sports reporters like you who have a passion for women sports. You'll be contributing unique content to our news site and getting yourself noticed. Women Play Ball is a online sporting news site dedicated to women in sports ranging from college to professional sports. This digital sports magazine focuses on the hard-work and passion women bring to the world of sports. We also specialize in bringing out the confidence in the athlete and making them champions at their game.
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Women Play Ball — Seattle, WA — Virtual
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Women Play Ball — Atlanta, GA — Virtual
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Women Play Ball — Indianapolis, IN — Virtual
Summer Internship-Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development
Boys & Girls Clubs of America — Atlanta, GA
Internship Summary: Under the supervision of the National Vice President of Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development, the Research Intern, is responsible for assisting the department with strategic research on celebrities, alumni and supporters. This position will assist with any special initiatives relating to Club appearances, marketing, etc., relative to, entertainment/celebrity and alumni as assigned by the National Vice President What you will be learning: ? Researching and creating profiles on alumni. ? Researching celebrities who have an inclination to represent or give to our organization. ? Researching and creating profiles on celebrities, alumni and their foundations. ? How to compile media outreach related to events. ? How to create and develop follow-up data after the event. What you will be doing: ? Support Sports / Entertainment o Research current trends celebrity entertainment, events, trends o Assist National Vice President, Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development with managing and updating sports partnership files ? Support Alumni Development o Re-arrange and update Hall of Fame Wall located in the lobby area of BGCA Headquarters o Research alumni strategies ?Perform other duties as assigned by the National Director of Sports, Entertainment & Alumni Development. ?Demonstrate BGCA mission driven values of integrity, excellence and inclusion and integrate into work environment and ways of work. ? Adhere to organizational policies and procedures as described in BGCAs Employee Handbook, Ethics Policy and elsewhere. What were looking for: Time Commitment: 15 to 30 hours per week from May 20, 2013 through August 2, 2013. There is some flexibility in arranging the schedule, both in hours worked and length of internship. Internship opportunities are available throughout the year. Each student internship requires a minimum commitment of 160 hours of service. Education: Candidates must be an incoming sophomore, junior or senior (undergraduate programs) or graduate student pursuing a degree in hospitality, communications, business or liberal arts. Skills: Candidate must have strong verbal and written communication skills as well as demonstrate proper telephone etiquette; detail-oriented; demonstrated high standards of ethics, integrity and eagerness to learn; and interest in working on special events for a non-profit organization. Intermediate Microsoft Word (including mail merge), Outlook, PowerPoint, and Publisher skills are necessary.