Are you a college student looking to earn credits this upcoming spring semester while interning for one of Philadelphia’s longest-tenured sports sites? Well, you’re in luck because Phillies Nation is now taking applications for interns for the the summer of 2020. This internship will provide you the unique chance to work with Phillies Nation CEO Brian Michael, Editorial Director Tim Kelly and our talented staff. This internship will allow you on-the-job training while you reach an extremely large audience.
Further information is available below:
- Summer 2019
- 10 hours per week
- 2 hours in-person at Phillies Nation HQ (13th & Walnut Sts in Center City)
- 8 hours at-home
- Attend 1-3 Phillies home games and local events
- Social media
- Phillies Nation promotions
- Sponsored posts
- Online for articles
- Online and in-person for Philadelphia baseball history
- Interviews at events
- Coordinate with Brian, Tim and Phillies Nation team
- Reporting on Website and Social Media analytics
- Editorial Calendar and scheduling
- Editing process
- Short form – news, game recaps
- Long form – analysis, interviews
- Social media – engagement, interaction, sales
- Organization / Time Management
- Google Docs
- Calendar software
- WordPress / HTML / Photo editing
- Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
- Research and Analytics tools
All applications should include a resume, cover letter and five pertinent writing samples. Letters of recommendations are not required, but certainly don’t hurt your case. Applications should be submitted on our Internship Application page by Dec. 25.
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