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» 2018 World Junior Championship - Transportation - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)
» 2018 World Junior Championship - Team Services - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)
» 2018 World Junior Championship - Team Host - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)
» 2018 World Junior Championship - Bilingual Host - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)
» Ticket Sales Intern - Carolina Hurricanes (Raleigh, NC)
» Digital Content Intern - Chicago Blackhawks (Chicago, IL)
» 2017 - 2018 Season Corporate Partnerships Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Fan Development Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Community Relations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Marketing Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Ticket Sales Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Ticket Operations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Game Operations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Foundation Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Event Production & Guest Services Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Digital & Social Media Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Communications Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» 2017-2018 Season Broadcasting Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)
» Marketing Intelligence Intern - Minnesota Wild (St. Paul, MN)
» Broadcasting and Production Intern - Minnesota Wild (St. Paul, MN)
» Fall 2017 Ford Ice Center - Amateur Hockey & Fan Development Internship - Nashville Predators (Nashville, TN)
» Internship Notification - NHL and its Member Clubs (Various Locations, NA)
» Fall 2017 Internship - Prudential Center and New Jersey Devils (Newark, NJ)
» Game Entertainment Intern - St. Louis Blues (St. Louis, MO)


Internships: Player Operations
2018 World Junior Championship - Transportation - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Transportation will be a critical element for the execution of the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY. The Transportation positions will be divided into two categories: Driver and Dispatch.

Drivers: 

  • Drivers will be responsible for transporting various World Junior Championship personnel, including IIHF Executives, Team Management, On-Ice Officials and Supervisors, to and from hotels and arenas.

  • Drivers will be responsible for operating the Media Shuttle between Arena and Hotels at various assigned times.

  • Shift times will vary between 7 a.m. and 12 midnight based on game and practice times.  Must have extensive knowledge of Western New York roads, be at least 25 years old, and possess a valid and point-free Driver’s License.

Dispatch:

·         Dispatch personnel will be stationed in the Transportation Center located inside KeyBank Center during their shifts and will be responsible for coordinating passenger movement.

  • Dispatch personnel will accept transportation requests from World Junior Championship personnel via phone and/or email, and will be responsible for communicating these needs to drivers and ensuring each transport is executed, as well as maintaining the master transportation schedule.

  • Manage the whereabouts of all World Junior Championship courtesy cars and shuttles at all times during tournament hours. Ensure that all vehicle information logs are updated after each transport to track and document mileage, fuel levels and vehicle conditions. Communicate with Shuttle Drivers at each drop-off and pick-up location.

·         Shift times will vary between 7 a.m. and 12 midnight based on game and practice times, including weekends and holidays.

 


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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2018 World Junior Championship - Team Services - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Team Services

The Team Services employees will play a key role in the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship, working together to ensure the needs of all participating players, coaches and on-ice officials are met in a timely, professional and satisfactory matter.

  • Working in shifts, the Team Services employees will be responsible for handling all laundry needs for the 10 teams and on-ice officials, including collecting, washing, drying, tracking and delivering team laundry on all practice and game days at both KeyBank Center and HARBORCENTER. Laundry operations will be based in the arena and will operate on a 24 hour basis or as needed.
  • Work with each team’s trainers and equipment managers on all equipment transfers throughout the tournament, particularly between KeyBank Center and HARBORCENTER as teams are required to move between the two buildings for games and practices.
  • Make sure beverages and snacks are available at all times on communal tables in hockey hallways at both KeyBank Center and HARBORCENTER. Manage the inventory of beverages and snacks throughout the tournament.
  • Ensure that pucks are available to each team prior to all scheduled practices and warm-up sessions. Ensure Official Game Pucks are available prior to each game.

·         Shift times will vary between 6 a.m. and 1 a.m. based on game and practice times, including weekends and holidays.


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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2018 World Junior Championship - Team Host - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Team Hosts selected for the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY, will be respected members of the local community.  These individuals will be dedicated to their respective country’s team, ensuring their game and practice-related requirements are addressed in an efficient manner for the duration of the team’s stay in Buffalo. 

Availability:

·         Work times will vary between 7 a.m. and midnight*,  based on practice and game times of the host’s assigned team. Team Hosts must be available to begin assisting their assigned team on Dec. 25, 2017 through Jan. 6, 2018. 

  • Two to Four Team Hosts will be assigned to each team for the duration of the tournament including one Bilingual Host (as needed), allowing the Hosts to work in shifts.
  • Team Hosts will have access to a provided vehicle to use while transporting members of their assigned team’s management group or while fulfilling team-related needs during their work shifts.

Responsibilities:

·         Team Hosts will be the main contact for each team and will deal with any issues or requests a team might have.  If the request is more than the team host can provide, the Director of World Junior Championship or member of the Host Organizing Committee is available to assist.

  • Team Hosts will meet their team upon arrival in Buffalo and will be responsible for ensuring all team members and support staff members receive their accreditation.
  • Team Hosts will help the Team Managers manage the team’s daily agenda throughout the tournament and will coordinate logistics, such as confirming the daily bus schedule.
  • Be available on team’s off times in case team would like to tour area.  Team Hosts must be familiar with the Western NY region and may be asked to help facilitate team functions (dinners, entertainment, etc.).
  • Be available to transport team personnel in courtesy cars between hotel and arenas or to use the courtesy car to assist with other team needs.
  • Work closely with team equipment managers and trainers to help ensure equipment needs, including transfers between facilities, are met in a timely fashion.
  • Ensure food snacks and beverages are available for respective team before and after games and practices in conjunction with the Team Services staff.
  • Provide logistical support on day of departure from Buffalo.

*Hours subject to change


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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2018 World Junior Championship - Bilingual Host - Buffalo Sabres (Buffalo, NY)

Team Host & Bilingual Host Summary

Team Hosts selected for the 2018 World Junior Championship, to be held from Dec. 26, 2017 to Jan. 5, 2018 in Buffalo, NY, will be respected members of the local community.  These individuals will be dedicated to their respective country’s team, ensuring their game and practice-related requirements are addressed in an efficient manner for the duration of the team’s stay in Buffalo. 

Availability:

·         Work times will vary between 7 a.m. and midnight*,  based on practice and game times of the host’s assigned team. Team Hosts must be available to begin assisting their assigned team on Dec. 25, 2017 through Jan. 6, 2018. 

  • Two to Four Team Hosts will be assigned to each team for the duration of the tournament including one Bilingual Host (as needed), allowing the Hosts to work in shifts.
  • Team Hosts will have access to a provided vehicle to use while transporting members of their assigned team’s management group or while fulfilling team-related needs during their work shifts.

Responsibilities:

·         Team Hosts will be the main contact for each team and will deal with any issues or requests a team might have.  If the request is more than the team host can provide, the Director of World Junior Championship or member of the Host Organizing Committee is available to assist.

  • Team Hosts will meet their team upon arrival in Buffalo and will be responsible for ensuring all team members and support staff members receive their accreditation.
  • Team Hosts will help the Team Managers manage the team’s daily agenda throughout the tournament and will coordinate logistics, such as confirming the daily bus schedule.
  • Be available on team’s off times in case team would like to tour area.  Team Hosts must be familiar with the Western NY region and may be asked to help facilitate team functions (dinners, entertainment, etc.).
  • Be available to transport team personnel in courtesy cars between hotel and arenas or to use the courtesy car to assist with other team needs.
  • Work closely with team equipment managers and trainers to help ensure equipment needs, including transfers between facilities, are met in a timely fashion.
  • Ensure food snacks and beverages are available for respective team before and after games and practices in conjunction with the Team Services staff.
  • Provide logistical support on day of departure from Buffalo.
  • Bilingual team hosts, besides translation, will help the teams with local knowledge and fulfilling their hockey needs during practices and games. 

*Times subject to change


Note: This position was originally posted on the Pegula Sports employment site. To ensure that your application is considered for this position, please click here to apply for this job on the Pegula Sports employment site.

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Ticket Sales Intern - Carolina Hurricanes (Raleigh, NC)

The Ticket Sales Department is responsible for developing the primary revenue stream of the Carolina Hurricanes organization through sales and service of all season ticket plans and group ticket packages.  This department strives to provide superior customer service to all clients ranging from large local businesses to individual ticket plan holders.  Responsibilities of the Ticket Sales Department include continually prospecting and cultivating new markets to sell tickets and grow the season ticket base, actively participating in community/business networking events, planning and executing season ticket holder events, providing customer support at home games and fan engagement events, and working closely with other departments to aid in achieving greater goals of the Hurricanes organization.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Keep a minimum of 15 office hours a week, with evening and weekend availability required.
  • Must be available to work majority of home games during the regular season.
  • Assist with fan engagement events including the Exclusive Full Season Ticket Holder Party, Exclusive Full Season Ticket Holder Pregame Skate, Exclusive Full Season Ticket Holder, Closed Practice, Select-A-Seat, etc.
  • Assist Ticket Sales Representatives with daily activities.
  • Participate in daily and weekly sales/career development training sessions.
  • Interns will have hands-on experience in sales (via phone and in-person), public relations, marketing, event planning, customer service, promotions, and business management.

Requirements:

  • Collegiate-level senior or post-graduate.
  • Must be able to relocate to the Raleigh area and provide your own housing and transportation.
  • Proficient in all Microsoft applications. 
  • Must pass a crimuinakl background screening

Pay will be $7.25 per hour 

PNC Arena and the Carolina Hurricanes are an Equal Opportunity Employer and provide for a drug free workplace.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Have you ever been convicted or pled guilty to a crime excluding minor traffic offenses? If yes, fully explain. A conviction does not necessarily exclude you from employment.
2. Would you be available to start immediately?
3. How far would you have to travel for this position?
4. Are you a collegiate-level senior or post graduate?


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Digital Content Intern - Chicago Blackhawks (Chicago, IL)

Digital Content Intern

Department:  Digital Content

Reports To:  Senior Executive Director, Digital Content

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The Chicago Blackhawks Digital Content Department is responsible for web, social, video and print media relating to the team and organization, including chicagoblackhawks.com, Blackhawks Magazine, all official social media channels and Blackhawks TV.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist Digital Content Coordinator with daily tasks such as writing, editing and website management
  • Contribute content for Blackhawks publications (print projects, Blackhawks Magazine, web articles, etc.) and official website
  • Assist Social Media Coordinator with multimedia coverage of team activities and events for social platforms
  • Produce marketing and sponsorship copy for social, web and e-news campaigns
  • All other duties as assigned, including administrative tasks

 

DESIRED COMPETENCIES

  • Ability to be a self-starter in all assignments and projects
  • Must have a passion for sports and specifically hockey
  • Prioritize projects and multitask effectively to meet deadlines
  • Possess strong organizational ability and be detail-oriented

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in a media-related field
  • Previous experience in sports, with a focus on writing and editing, social media and/or brand management
  • Working knowledge of internet tools, including HTML, as well as Twitter, Facebook and other common social media platforms
  • Adobe Creative Suite experience preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including copyediting and style guide fluency

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2017 - 2018 Season Corporate Partnerships Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The Corporate Partnership intern(s) will primarily assist the Corporate Partnership Activation and Services staff with the fulfillment of sponsorship and premium seating assets. Intern(s) will assist with projects in the office, in addition to game night responsibilities and departmental/partner events.

Duties and tasks:

  • Perform game night tasks related to fulfillment of sponsorship and premium seating assets. 
  • Photograph or video sponsorship assets and premium experiences during games for proof of performance fulfillment.
  • Manage Excel databases for media affidavits, in-game tracking, and in-market promotions.
  • Track sponsorship inclusion in digital, social, and in-game signage.
  • Assist with in-market promotion fulfillment.
  • Manage and assist with Corporate Development events and off-site partner events (viewing parties, mascot appearances, etc.).
  • Fulfill and mail ticket orders for games and concerts.
  • Other projects as assigned.
  • Assist other departments when requested.


Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize practices, processes to drive premium and sponsorship revenue that are employed by an NHL Corporate Development department.
  • Develop knowledge, communication and process management skills in the area of Partnership Activation and Premium Services.

Intern Benefits:

  • 30 intern office and game hours available each week
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

  Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in four-year college or university, working towards a Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or sport management.
  • Course credit required for internship.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Detail-oriented.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  
  • Ability to intern weeknights, weekends and holidays in addition to normal business hours and home games. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Will you be participating in this internship for course credit?


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2017-2018 Season Fan Development Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Internship Description: Fan Development

Department: Community Development

Mentor: Manager of Mascot Services

Overview

The Columbus Blue Jackets are seeking an energetic individual who is enthusiastic and committed to promoting fan development and community programs to grow the game of hockey in Central Ohio. This position will be expected to assist on key projects as assigned and take responsibility of daily activities as outlined by the mentor.

Duties and tasks:

Street Hockey Clinics

  • Assists with scheduling clinics in the community.
  • Helps with event prep, setup/tear down, street hockey instruction for 15-30 visits at youth based facilities.

High School Hockey Partnerships

  • Assist with prep and execution of high school hockey night, All-Star Senior Game and OHSAA Final Four, and Blue Jackets Cup tournament.
  • Escorting teams into Arena, handing out jerseys, and off-ice duties related to the game.
  • Blue Jackets Learn to Play and ice hockey clinics
  • Assists with day-to-day tasks such as returning email/calls.
  • Prep and print check-in sheets and practice plans for weekly ice sessions; update registration database.
  • Assist with equipment fitting events and on-ice instruction.
  • Prep items for event, setup/tear down and execution of monthly clinics.

Summer Takeover

  • Assists with scheduling clinics in the community and follow-up communication.
  • Prep items for event, setup/tear down and execution of 20 camp visits.

Assist in taking photos at all fan development events and updating photo galleries.

Assist with community programs school assemblies such as Stinger’s Power Play, and educational programs such as Book Jackets and Student Achievers.

Assist with prep and execution of seasonal events such as Shootout Showcase, Hockey n’ Heels, Hockey is for Everyone night, Try Hockey for Free Day and Girls Hockey Weekend.

Assist Community Development department with game nights as needed, such as 50/50 raffle, silent auction, and/or fan experiences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Knowledge and understanding of event planning.
  • Understanding of basic guest relations techniques.
  • Knowledge and understanding of database management.
  • Knowledge and understanding of fan development strategies.

Intern Benefits:

  • 20-30 hours per week to consist of weekday office hours, evening and/or weekend game nights and community events/appearances
  • Internship Timeline: September thru Mid-April (May-June pending playoffs)

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university.
  • Must receive college credit for internship.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Hockey experience preferred, but not required. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Will you be participating in this internship for course credit?
3. Have you or plan to apply for another internship position with the Columbus Blue Jackets? If yes, which position?
4. Do you have ice hockey experience? If yes, briefly explain.
5. Please explain your availability between September and April.


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2017-2018 Season Community Relations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Internship Description: Community Relations

Department: Community Development

Mentor: Manager of Education and Community Partnerships

Overview

The Community Relations intern will assist with key projects directed to improving our community, sustaining the Blue Jackets’ reputation as a good corporate citizen, as well as assisting in the fundraising efforts for the Blue Jackets Foundation.

Duties and tasks:

School Assembly (Stinger’s Power Play)

  • Assists with scheduling school appearances.
  • Assists with prepping items needed for event, setup/tear down and execution of 25 school assemblies.
  • Captures photo of event.

Reading incentive and academic achievement (Book Jackets / Student Achievers)

  • Assists with day-to-day execution such as teacher/parent communication and prize fulfillment.

Stinger’s Reading Team

  • Assists Stinger with monthly appearance at libraries to hand out items to kids and take photos.

Stinger Appearances

  • Assists mascot with monthly appearances in the community to hand out items and take fan photos.
  • Assist with holiday parades by driving promotional vehicles.

Equipment Swap / NHL Green Initiative

  • Assist with distributing vouchers to local rinks for equipment donation.
  • Assist with set up/tear down and execution of annual equipment swap.
  • Log donated equipment all season-long through NHL Green net initiative.

Help maintain/updates to educator database.

Assist with prep and execution of seasonal events such as Golf Tournament, CannonBall, Pen Pal partnership.

Assist with game nights as needed for Foundation fundraising such as 50/50, silent auction and merchandise kiosk.

 Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the needs of community and how the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation are addressing those needs.
  • Knowledge and understanding of event planning.
  • Knowledge and understanding of database management.
  • Understanding of basic guest relations techniques.

 Intern Benefits:

  • 20-30 hours per week to consist of weekday office hours, evening and/or weekend game nights and community events/appearances
  • Internship Timeline - September thru Mid-April (May-June pending playoffs)

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university.
  • Course credit required for internship.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Valid driver’s license.  

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Will you be participating in this internship for course credit?
3. Please explain your availability between September and April.
4. Have you or plan to apply for another internship position with the Columbus Blue Jackets? If yes, which position?


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2017-2018 Season Marketing Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The intern will assist the Marketing Department with the planning and implementation of in-market grassroots events as well as in-arena events, including data collection and input. Interns will gain unique experiences related to single-game ticket strategy and execution, collegiate marketing, and event marketing activation.

Duties and tasks:

  • Assist with Blue Jackets events at Nationwide Arena, including but not limited to home games, 5th Line Fest and various ticketing events throughout the season.
  • Assist with promotional opportunities at the OhioHealth Chiller Ice Rinks. 
  • Aid in the collection and input of data captured at internal and external events.
  • Assist in the inventory maintenance of marketing assets.
  • Support the operation of Blue Jackets Winter Park.
  • Aid in the distribution of promotional items and team schedules throughout Central Ohio.
  • Assist with game night activation including concourse set up, plaza party operations, theme night and promotional night integration.
  • Support the development of measurable concepts to reach unique demographics such as college students and millennials. 
  • Work with the student brand ambassador team to integrate the Blue Jackets brand on local college campuses.
  • Complete a season-long project involving marketing strategies for a relevant topic. Tactics include integrating the Blue Jackets brand, surveying, data collection, and developing/presenting a marketing plan.
  • Assist with ticket promotions such as the Blue Jackets Holiday Pack and Family Pack, related to tracking inventory and sales numbers
  • Receive exposure to the internal creative process, distribution of advertising materials, strategies, and overall goals for various ticket promotions, marketing campaigns, and other team initiatives. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate strategies to connect with various demographics including college students, millennials, and families
  • Describe how to execute a successful event from beginning concept to activation to summary

 Intern Benefits:

  • 15-20 intern office and game hours available each week
  • Internship timeline – September – end of the season

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in college, sophomore or above preferred, sports management, marketing, business or related major is preferred.
  • Course credit required for internship.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Detail oriented. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Ticket Sales Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The Columbus Blue Jackets are seeking a passionate and hardworking individual who is committed to becoming a sales professional. Our ticket sales internship program is designed for students who want to gain first-hand experience on the front lines of a professional sports team. Under the direction of the sales leadership team, the intern will assist in all aspects of the Ticket Sales and Service department including sales training, event preparation and execution, database collection etc. The internship will also gain experience in other areas such as marketing, promotions and operations as needed.

Duties and Tasks:

  • Participate in sales training sessions.
  • Manage ticket sales department inventory including giveaway and autographed items.
  • Help with the preparation and execution of ticket sales events.
  • Work all season ticket holder and new business events.
  • Work majority of home games by planning and executing ticket sales initiatives.
  • Work within Archtics and CRM for database collection, input, and management.
  • Assist in mailings and fulfillment.
  • Attend weekly meetings in regards to upcoming games and events
  • Assist leadership team, sales team members and other departments as needed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize needs of customers and present them with tailored solutions by utilizing ticket products.
  • Explain how to identify and target potential season ticket and group outing customers.
  • Understand how to plan an event that achieves specific objectives for the department and clients.

 Intern Benefits:

  • 25-30 intern hours available each week both in the office and on home game days, in addition to various events
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

 Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in college, Junior or Senior preferred, sports management, marketing, communication or business administration major preferred.
  • Course credit required for internship. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Ability to work in a team environment. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Ticket Operations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The intern will assist the Ticket Operations Department with order processing, fulfillment, group ticket distribution, and other duties. The intern will be trained on all department policies/procedures including the use of all Ticketmaster software. The Ticket Operations intern will assist with the operations of the Box Office during CBJ game nights, and/or special events. It will be necessary for the intern to provide excellent customer service to other departments and our fans when processing ticket requests.

 Duties and tasks:

  • Process ticket orders via Archtics.
  • Quality control for event/season setup on Archtics.
  • Assist with setup for orders from Group Sales and Corporate Sales Departments.
  • Support department with tasks related to fulfilling and servicing Season Ticket orders.
  • Checkout clients at Open House events and New Business Events for the 2017-18 selling season.
  • Contribute with tasks related to building the 2017-18 CBJ Season.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify plan hierarchies, price codes, and pricing components to verify data for the 2017-18 season.
  • Develop strong interpersonal and customer service skills to enhance the customer game day experience.
  • Apply collaborative learning and cooperative skills by working closely with a variety of different departments to better understand the business side of a sports organization.

Intern Benefits:

  • Approximately 15-20 office hours and 6-8 game day hours available each week.  
  • Internship timeline – September - end of the season  

 Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in college, sophomore or above preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
  • Previous experience with Archtics preferred, but not required.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrate a professional attitude.
  • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks.

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Game Operations Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

Primarily a game day position, the Game Operation Intern will assist with live entertainment and promotional elements during Blue Jackets home games. They will take direction from the Event Presentation Manager on many of the following items: managing the Promotion Teams; meeting with and conducting run-throughs with live entertainment (anthem singers, color guards, bands, etc.); cueing timeout and intermission activities and special recognitions and ceremonies; ensuring that all items needed for the game are prepped; maintaining an open line of communication during the game with Senior Manager of Event Presentation.

 Duties and tasks:

Office                                                    

  • Review production script with Game Ops staff
  • Prepare detailed promotional scripts and diagrams for the 3 Promo Teams

Game

Pregame

  • Prepare Promo Team locker room
  • Assist with/lead Promo Team script meetings
  • Oversee Promo Team prop and prizing preparation
  • Attend Production meeting
  • Conduct sound checks and run-through of live entertainment elements (anthem singer, bands, color guards, etc.)

During Game

  • Manage Promo Team members during all live promotions
  • Facilitate communication between promo teams and Game Ops Manager/Director
  •  Setup and cue all live elements including timeout promotions, intermission contests, special recognitions/ceremonies, etc.
  • Prep contestants and special guests prior to live camera shots
  • Work with Guest Relations staff to ensure proper prizing distribution and troubleshoot issues that arise

Learning Objectives:

  • To manage an in-arena promotion team prior to and during an event
  • To create multiple scripts and apply them to real-time in-game execution

Intern Benefits:

  • Average of 15 intern hours available each week, based on game schedule
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

 Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university.
  • Course credit is required for internship. 
  • Must be extremely organized.
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced, often stressful live entertainment environment.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Foundation Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The intern will assist with key projects directed to improving our community, sustaining the Blue Jackets’ reputation as a good corporate citizen, as well as assisting in the fundraising efforts for the Blue Jackets Foundation.  This position requires attendance at some after-hours programs and weekend special events as well as the majority of Blue Jackets home games.  Some projects included in this internship are: Blue Jackets Foundation Golf Classic, The CannonBall, Equipment Swap and our donation program.

Duties and tasks:

  • Donation Fulfillment - Coordinate all monthly CBJ merchandise donations including the database management/tracking of all requests, donation fulfillment, and inventory management.
  • Foundation Donor Relations – Assist Foundation Manager as it relates to all Blue Jackets Foundation donor databases and donor communications.
  • Special Event Assistance – Support the Foundation around fundraising special events, including Foundation Golf Classic, The CannonBall, 50/50 Raffle Program and game night auctions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the needs of community and how the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation are addressing those needs.
  • Recognize non-profit fundamentals such as donor recognition, grants, and fundraising initiatives.

 Intern Benefits:

  • 15-20 intern hours available each week and 10-15 hours of community events/appearances
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season
  • Will give students a great first-hand experience (and portfolio materials) from the world of sports

 Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university.
  • Course credit required for internship. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Knowledge of Photoshop a plus.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Occasionally available for Columbus Blue Jackets after hour programs and weekend special events. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Event Production & Guest Services Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The intern will assist with the day-to-day operations of Nationwide Arena, the Event Production and Guest Services departments. The intern will receive valuable experience by assisting with both back and front-of-house during events in the arena, which includes hockey games, shows and concerts, and small meetings.                                             

Duties and tasks:

  • Assist the Event Production and Guest Services departments in the planning, organization and supervision of all events at Nationwide Arena.
  • Assist with daily operations including but not limited to set-up, coordination of all arena events, daily meetings, filing event information, scheduling, staffing and special projects.
  • Assist in the managing of part-time staff.
  • Assist with all event documentation and coordination.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the basics of facility and event management.
  • Apply customer service skills in a variety of different situations.

Intern Benefits:

  • 30 intern hours available each week.
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

Requirements:

  • Must be currently enrolled in a four-year university or college.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong customer service skills.  
  • Detail oriented and the ability to multi-task.
  • Ability to prioritize in a fast-paced environment while working under deadline.
  • Problem-solving skills.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in a university or college?


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2017-2018 Season Digital & Social Media Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The Digital & Social Media Intern will assist in maximizing awareness of the Columbus Blue Jackets digital space. Using assets and information provided by the Digital Marketing Department, the Digital & Social Media Intern, drawing on his or her knowledge of social networks and online marketing to enhance and grow enthusiastic end-user communities. This individual will contribute in a variety of functions related to the operation of BlueJackets.com, including building new pages, special projects, new initiatives, and day-to-day editing and maintenance of various social media websites.

 Duties and tasks:

  • Assist in producing content BlueJackets.com and club social media platforms.
  • Work in conjunction with the Digital Marketing Department on organizing and updating content for the team’s website through customized CMS.
  • Utilizing Adobe Suite and other third party vendors to design and build new pages for the club’s communication channels (website and social media platforms).
  • Develop and maintain an excellent working relationship with various Columbus Blue Jackets departments.
  • Assist in the development of a comprehensive report on all things community.
  • Create content to keep the user constantly engaged.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify how digital marketing impacts business.
  • Recognize how to leverage storytelling within a digital marketing strategy.

 Intern Benefits:

  • 15-20 intern office hours available each week and 5-10 game hours available each week.   
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

 Requirements:

  • Must enrolled in college, sophomore or above preferred, journalism, communications or other digital related major strongly preferred.
  • Course credit required for internship
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  • Working knowledge of the National Hockey League (NHL), specifically the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Currently active in social media.
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in fast-paced online cyber environment.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Must be self-motivated and have strong organizational skills.
  • Must have excellent grammar and proofreading skills.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in a four year college or university majoring in journalism, communications, or other digital related field?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Communications Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

The intern will assist the Communications staff with daily compilation and distribution of news clips; management of credential process; game-day preparation and other projects as assigned.  The intern will also gain writing experience with press release assignments and game program content.                         

Duties and tasks:

  • Write and edit game-day program, press releases and other written materials as needed.
  • Compile and distribute news clips.
  • Manage game-day credential process and press box preparation.
  • Game night duties involve staffing press areas and assisting in press box operations, including distribution of game reports before, during and after games.
  • Assist with development of media information for Training Camp, Media Day and Stanley Cup Playoffs.
  • Serve as primary media liaison for Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) State Hockey Championship in March. Responsibilities include coordination between OHSAA, CBJ and arena staff to prepare press areas, oversee distribution of game information and facilitation of post-game press conferences.   

 Learning Objectives

  • Recognize practices, processes employed by an NHL Communications department during the course of a season. PR staff will provide shadowing opportunities during practice days, press conferences and special events. 
  • Complete press release assignments, program content in order to improve writing competency.

 Intern Benefits:

  • Up to 20 intern office hours available and up to 10 game hours available each week
  • Internship timeline – September – End of the Season

 Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university, Junior or Senior preferred, journalism or communications major encouraged.
  • Course Credit is required for internship. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong writing and editorial skills.
  • Adobe InDesign a plus

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in a four year college or university majoring in journalism, communications, or similar major?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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2017-2018 Season Broadcasting Intern - Columbus Blue Jackets (Columbus, OH)

Overview

Assist the Director of Broadcasting, radio play by play announcer and Radio Production Assistant with various production and administrative duties.

Duties and tasks:

Game nights:

  • Ability to utilize recording device to obtain post-game interviews to be played back in radio post-game show
  • Ability to edit and post-game day highlights and post-game interviews to Blue Jackets social media outlets and podcast channels
  • Assist broadcast talent (starting line-ups, intermission and post-game stats, escorting intermission guest to the home radio booth).
  • Set up headset outside of Blue Jackets dressing room. Check all microphones outside of the booth (dressing room, press conference podium, between the benches)

Non-game days:

  • Write and produce our weekly radio feature (Blue Jackets Weekly) that will be distributed to affiliate stations on the Blue Jackets Radio Network.  Would provide him or her experience in working with CBJ on-air talent, interacting with players and coaches, honing writing and scripting skills, working under a deadline
  • Assist in projects within Broadcasting Department (fulfillment of radio network benefits and requests)
  • Develop and produce podcasting content for BlueJackets.com. Work with Radio Production Assistant to learn how to post audio to the Podcast page

Learning Objectives:

  • Observe and learn the day to day production and programming operations of a National Hockey League radio broadcast
  • Hone and improve the necessary skills need to work NHL radio: writing, audio production, audio editing, interviewing skills and technical skills. 

Intern Benefits:

  • 10-15 intern hours available each week
  • Internship timeline: September – End of the Season

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a four-year college or university, Broadcast, Journalism or Mass Communications major encouraged.
  • Course Credit Required for internship.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel). 
  • Proficient in audio production software (Adobe Audition)
  • Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong writing skills. 

Please note this is an unpaid internship.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Course Credit is required for this internship, Will you be receiving Course Credit for Internship?


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Marketing Intelligence Intern - Minnesota Wild (St. Paul, MN)

The ideal Marketing Intelligence Intern candidate is a hardworking, reliable, curious and a loyal team player with a penchant for mining data to uncover valuable insights.  He or she will learn to use databases and various analytical techniques to derive insights that will directly impact business and marketing decisions.  Passion and understanding of how analytical insights can help drive strategy are important, as are dependability, flexibility and willingness to work in a collaborative business ecosystem. 

Responsibilities/Essential Functions

  • Responsible for maintaing the accuracy of data, reports and dashboards using Tableau.
  • Develop reports and deliver ad-hoc analyses and insights on revenue-generating intiatives.
  • Validate and manage data transfers between sales and marketing platforms while maintaining data hygiene processes.
  • Manage data source connection to marketing automation platform.
  • Assist with building and executing day-to-day emails via copy-editing, coding, segmentation and deployment using Eloqua, our marketing automation platform.
  • Define segmentation for outbound communication and establish corresponding dynamic messaging. 
  • Support sales efforts by creating landing pages for various group ticket initiatives.
  • Other tasks or duties as assigned.

Position Requirements

Formal Education & Certification

  • Bachelor’s Degree required, but current MBA student preferred

Knowledge & Experience

  • Advanced with Microsoft Excel (vlookup, pivot tables/charts, conditional formatting)
  • Attention to detail with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Google Analytics, Omniture, email coding (HTML/CSS), SQL and Eloqua (or any other marketing automation platform).
  • Experience with data visualization tools

Personal Attributes

  • Able to identify problems, their sources, and their potential solutions
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills with ability to successfully prioritize and multi-task
  • Willingness to learn new skills/processes quickly.
  • Ability to work collaboratively within team environment
  • Possess a strong work ethic and high level of integrity
  • Demonstrates a positive attitude
  • Coachable, open to learning and accepting feedback

Work Conditions

  • Physical requirements include sitting, walking, standing, bending, squatting, climbing, kneeling, twisting, lifting, grasping, etc.  

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Broadcasting and Production Intern - Minnesota Wild (St. Paul, MN)

In line with the Minnesota Wild’s mission to create a greater State of Hockey, the Broadcast and Production team is committed to entertaining all, from the casual fan to the hardcore fan.  The Broadcast and Production team is a tight-knit group that strives for excellence in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while maintaining a culture of comradery, balance and joy. This role includes working all Wild home games, multiple non-game related events and providing support to many areas of the organization.

Who are we looking for?

The ideal Broadcasting and Production Intern candidate is an enthusiastic, hard-working, reliable, loyal team player with a proclivity for dynamic storytelling, videography and has an editing background with an eye for seeing the unseen.  Creatively with a video camera and a knowledge for the ever-changing technology environment is a must.  He or she will support coverage of the hockey team and organization in a wide range of capacities while delivering superior customer excellence and have the drive to go the extra mile for fans, Season Ticket Holders, internal and external clients.  Passion and understanding of the game of hockey are key, as are dependability, flexibility in schedule and willingness to work in a collaborative business ecosystem.

Review of applications will begin 6/19 and will continue until the position is filled. Our desired start date is August 28. 

Position Summary/Description: The position is responsible for assisting in all aspects associated with the Minnesota Wild Broadcasting & Production Department and the In-Arena production for the Xcel Energy Center and associated campus  events. This is a full-time, seasonal position that will work approximately from August 2017 - July 2018. The hourly rate is $13.40 and the position is eligible for health insurance and 401(k) benefits.

Responsibilities/Essential Functions

  • Learn Xcel Energy Center A/V Control Room to complete daily tasks.
  • Log and achieve all Broadcast footage, In-Arena/Community footage.
  • Imput all broadcast information into Database and complete Database organization including archive software.
  • Fulfill footage requests as instructed.
  • Assist Minnesota Wild Broadcasting and Production Department on additional tasks.
  • Assist In –Arena Production for Minnesota Wild and other select Xcel Energy Center complex events.
  • Videotape and/or edit events as needed.
  • Edit events as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

FORMAL EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION

  • Bachelor's degree in Video Editing or Broadcasting/Communications with a Mass Media emphasis.

KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE

  • Must have experiece in the television & digital production with knowledge of current television and production technology.
  • Possess a strong understanding of all electronic media editing and must have expierence using; Adobe Creative Cloud products, specifically Premiere Pro, Photoshop and After Effects.
  • Any graphic knowledge is helpful (i.e. Cinema 4D)
  • Strong ability to run multiple format cameras with the ability to light subject(s).
  • Knowledge of Hockey and sports in general is a must.
  • Ability to express creativity and creative ideas to others in addition to multitasking and prioritizing as necessary.
  • Willingness to adapt to changing enviroments and technologies.
  • Strong organizational skills required.
  • Attention to detail as well as ability to learn new ideas and concepts plus the ability learn on the fly.
  • Additional computer skills necessary.

WORK CONDITIONS 

  • Ability to work days, nights and weekends as needed
  • Lifting requirements – must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
  • Physical requirements include sitting, walking, standing, bending, squatting, climbing, kneeling, twisting, lifting, grasping, etc.

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Fall 2017 Ford Ice Center - Amateur Hockey & Fan Development Internship - Nashville Predators (Nashville, TN)

The Nashville Predators offer full-time college students the opportunity to gain hands on experience and earn college credit at the same time!  The Preds are seeking an energetic individual who is enthusiastic and committed to promoting Amateur Hockey & Fan Development initiatives for the fall internship program (August-December).     Please read below for requirements and description. 

Nashville Predators / Ford Ice Center Internship Requirements

  • Interns must be students at accredited colleges and universities.
  • The internship must be a part of the student’s curriculum.
  • The internship must provide earned hours that are directly applied to the student’s degree (explain in your cover letter).
  • Interns must work a minimum of 32 hours per week, per semester including non-traditional work hours, evenings, weekends and holidays. During the season this may include game nights.
  • Interns must be fun, energetic and outgoing individuals with a strong work ethic who possess the ability to interact with all types of people.
  • Internships do not provide housing, compensation or transportation.
  • Internships do not guarantee full-time positions with the Predators upon completion.

Amateur Hockey & Fan Development Internship

This position assists the Amateur Hockey & Fan Development in all aspects of preparation and execution of grassroots youth/adult hockey and fan development initiatives, such as Get Out And Learn, Street Pride, Hockey Rules, Kids Club, and various on-ice programming at Bridgestone Arena and Ford Ice Center.  Primary responsibility is to provide day-to-day administrative support to department, including responding to general inquiries through email and phone, and maintain registration databases.

  • Maintain request calendar for daily Hockey Rules street hockey program at schools.
  • Assist efforts for Kids Club member recruitment and registration at home games and team functions.  Assist fulfillment of online orders.   
  • Assist in responding to general inquiries about Ford Ice Center programming.
  • Assist with season events such as Coaching Symposium, Hockey & Heels, Preds Cup, Hockey School, etc. 
  • Assist with web based postings, social media and photo gallery from department initiatives.
  • Research youth/adult hockey and fan development programs from around the NHL.

Minimum requirements:

  • Strong interpersonal skills with a customer service approach.
  • Upbeat, friendly personality. Polite, positive, respectful self-starter who works well with others.
  • Organized and detail-oriented with the ability to multi-task and problem solve in fast paced work environment.
  • Basic level of proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word).
  • Flexibility and willingness to work non-traditional work hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
  • Provide a valid driver’s license and good driving record.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. 1) Yes/No. During the fall 2017 internship I will be enrolled in a college/university and I will earn hours that are directly applied to my degree for participating in this internship.
2. 2) Briefly explain your availability for this position from August through December.


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Internship Notification - NHL and its Member Clubs (Various Locations, NA)

From time to time NHL Clubs and the League will be looking for interns. If you apply below and set the notification buttons for any or all internships you will be notified about specific internship opportunities. Applying here does not guarantee you an internship. **Please include an attached resume and a cover letter with your application to be considered for this position.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. In what city (ies) would you be able to work (i.e. where do you have housing)?
2. List the month and year you would be available to start (i.e. 06/01).


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Fall 2017 Internship - Prudential Center and New Jersey Devils (Newark, NJ)

Prudential Center/New Jersey Devils Fall 2017 Internship

Do you love the roar of live hockey and the smells of popcorn and team spirit?  Do you also enjoy working collaboratively with a diverse group of colleagues who are at the top of their game, value your input and proudly post photos with you on social media having the time of your life at our arena? Does the prospect of supporting three-time Stanley Cup Champions the New Jersey Devils in a state-of-the-art arena give you “all the feels”? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, then maybe you are the next rockstar, Jedi, superhero or Muggle we will proudly welcome in to our family!

Fall 2017 Internship

Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils are seeking motivated, competitive, and career-driven students for our Fall 2017 Internship. Our internship program provides valuable hands-on experience in an ever-changing and dynamic environment. Become part of the excitement!

Run of Show: Our Fall program runs from Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 to approximately December 15th, 2017 (depending on school requirements and exams).

Not Your Typical 9-5: All students are required to work a minimum of 25 to a maximum of 40 hours per week (dependent on academic schedule, of course!).

Home Team: We are pleased to offer internships in the following departments – People & Culture, People & Culture Analytics, Finance, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Creative, Corporate Partnership Sales, Communications, Marketing Partnerships, Strategy & Analytics, Grassroots, Guest Services, Entertainment Programming, Event Production, Event Operations, Facility Management and Community Investments. Try saying that 5 times fast.

The Extras:

  • Free Devils tickets/discounted event tickets (depending on event)! You’ll get to post cool photos with the caption, “Just a casual day at work…” and make all your followers jealous.
  • Workout classes – did you know a full lap around the main concourse is ¼ mile? We’re basically a track, that houses an awesome hockey team and artists.
  • Resume workshops/interviewing tips – imagine us on there!
  • Networking events – annual intern reunions, panels, you know, fun stuff that your mom and career services rep tell you to go to.

Am I Eligible? Are you…

  • Pursuing your undergraduate/graduate degree at a Junior/Senior level status?
  • Super flexible? Schedule-wise, not physically. Although, physically might help at our staff exercise classes! Our interns must be able to work flexible hours to include nights, weekends and holidays as needed.
  • Looking for credits to graduate school? Interns may receive academic credit towards graduation! You’re one step closer to posting a pic in your cap and gown with the caption: real world here I come!
  • A lover of professional hockey, concerts, college basketball, and family shows? If you are, awesome! If you’re not, give us the fall semester and you will be.

***Housing and transportation accommodations are the responsibility of the intern.

Application Process: If you would like to apply for the Fall 2017 Internship Program, please visit Team Work Online at www.teamworkonline.com

Thank you for your interest in Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils! We will be in touch should we need further information or would like to schedule an interview. Best of luck!!!!

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in a College/University?
2. Are you currently a junior, senior, or graduate student?
3. Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above?
4. What are your top three preferred departments?
5. Were you referred to this program by a current Prudential Center/Devils employee?


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Game Entertainment Intern - St. Louis Blues (St. Louis, MO)

Overview

The St. Louis Blues are seeking a GAME ENTERTAINMENT Game Night Intern for the 2017-18 hockey season.

Office Responsibilities:

·       Assist with planning and execution of in-game features

·       Assist with creation of game scripts (copy editing, fact checking, distribution, etc)

·       Assist Director of Entertainment and game night Stage Manager in game presentation activities

Hours/Time:

·       Requires availability to work weeknights and weekends, in addition to a small amount of normal business hours.

·       Flexible; 15-20 hours per week

·       September - May

Requirements:

·       College junior or senior.

·       General knowledge and event planning and/or management, film or theater production.

·       Strong written communication skills

·       Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

·       Ability to create elements using Microsoft or Adobe.

·       Organization and attention to detail is a must.

·       Must be able to handle multiple tasks and take initiative.

·       High ethical standards and a strong sense of confidentiality.

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. Are you currently enrolled in college?
2. Do you have previous game operations experience?


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