The Ultimate Fighting Championship needs a 2011 spring intern. If you think you fit the bill (see below) and want to be part of this fast growing sport, head to this website to apply. Please note that I have no connection with the UFC — I’m just merely passing this job posting along to the SPRB readers. Good luck!
Just like the way our fighters prepare with their training partners to be their very best, here at the Ultimate Fighting Championship we encourage that type of teamwork. A UFC employee, like a mixed martial artist, is well-rounded and willing to put in the time necessary to be world-class. With an office full of champion workers, the UFC has fought relentlessly to break into the sports world with undeniable success – But the fight isn’t over yet. So if you would like to watch the sport you love grow right in front of your own eyes because of your hard work, then come join a great team and become part of a sports revolution.
This program offers the intern the opportunity to become directly involved in the Public Relations activities that are part of the daily operations of the department. We strive to make this a challenging and interesting experience for you and make every effort to tailor it to the specific skills and projects that you would like to pursue and build on. This department contributes to the organization through promotion of UFC and WEC products.
We are currently seeking an intern for our Public Relations deparment for the Spring 2011 semester. This internship will work closely with the Publicists.
Through this opportunity, you will learn entry level public relations, and will have the opportunity to learn and observe the activities that go into promoting the company, its events, and the fighters that participate in the events. You will receive exposure to all facets of public relations, including press releases, special events, creative brainstorming, and media contact.
The Edmonton Oilers are looking to hire a paid communications intern for a four-month stint (January – April). Interested and have the right qualifications? Check out this website to apply. Please note that I am not posting this on behalf of the Oilers — I’m just merely passing this job posting along to the SPRB readers. Good luck!
Reports directly to the Manager, Corporate Communications
• The Communications Internship is a full-time, four month contract (January– April, 2011) that is recognized through an internship honorarium of $1050.00 per month.
• The Communications Intern position is responsible for supporting the Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club Corporate Communications initiatives.
Looking for a sports PR job? The Philadelphia Eagles have a job opening that may interest you. For more details and to apply, head to this website. Please note that I have no connection with the Eagles — I’m just merely passing this job posting along to the SPRB readers. Good luck!
The Philadelphia Eagles are known as one of the more aggressive and progressive organizations in professional sports. It is an organization succeeding on many fronts.
The executive offices of the Eagles’ organization are located in the NovaCare Complex. This spectacular 108,000-square-foot-facility offers the very best in terms of space, amenities, care, and effort put forth for the players, coaches and staff of the Eagles’ organization.
Lincoln Financial Field is one of the premier sports and entertainment facilities in the United States. This stadium is managed and operated by the club, creating new opportunities and challenges for the organization.
The Communications Specialist will assist the Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Government Relations with daily tasks and correspondence. Will assist in ensuring compliance with National Football League guidelines and regulations. Must possess strong written communication skills. Must be flexible and open to working non-traditional hours.
The St. Louis Cardinals posted a job opening for their Media Relations Specialist position. If you are interested, visit this website to apply. Please note that I have no connection with the St. Louis Cardinals — I’m just merely passing this job posting along to the SPRB readers. Good luck!
Summary of Job Responsibilities: The Media Relations Specialist fulfills the duties of Front Office liaison between the Club and players and local, national and world media outlets. This includes controlling media access to management, coaching staff and players. The Specialist writes press releases and game notes; conducts historical research ensuring accuracy when disseminating information representing the club and it members.
The LA Sparks are looking to hire a Communications Manager/Director. Do you have the qualifications and experiences that they’re looking for (see below)? If so, visit this website to apply. Please note that I have no connection with the LA Sparks — I’m just merely passing this job posting along to the SPRB readers. Good luck!
The Los Angeles Sparks, entering our 15th WNBA season, are seeking a dynamic, experienced communications individual to oversee the team’s media and public relations and communications efforts.
The Chicago Sky organization is looking for a manager of its community relations and Sky Cares activities. Interested and meet the qualifications listed below? Check out this website to apply. Good luck!
Organize community outreach efforts and activities for the Chicago Sky and Sky Cares Foundation that demonstrate its involvement in the community and the dedication to driving positive social change especially for young girls and women in need.
Generate funds for Chicago Sky and Sky Cares Foundation that further allows the Sky to increase its community outreach efforts and touch a larger population of young girls and women in need.
Are you a college student looking for a part-time position with an NBA team in community relations? If so, the Minnesota Timberwolves have a position you will want to check out. For more information and to apply, please visit this website. Good luck!
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
The Minnesota Timberwolves are seeking pro-active, energetic college students to train and assist with the various responsibilities of the Community Relations Department and the FastBreak Foundation. Assistant applicants must be able to handle a variety of tasks, and be able to work 20 hours a week during normal business hours for the 2010-2011 season. All applicants must be available for work from October 2010 – April 2011. Please forward your resume to the Timberwolves Human Resources Department.
If you’re still in college or just recently graduated in December and want to intern in the Atlanta area, there is an opening for you! The Atlanta Falcons are looking to hire a Community Relations Seasonal Intern to work to correspond with the university calendar or August – December 2010.
If the top candidate is a student, they will receive credit for their efforts. If the top candidate has already graduated, they will make minimum wage during the internship. Interested? Apply “by mailing a hard copy resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Kendyl Moss, Director of Community Relations; Atlanta Falcons, 4400 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, GA 30542.” All applications must be received via the mail by May 15, 2010. Good luck!
The Atlanta Falcons have a seasonal internship opening with first-priority to current students seeking course credit and second priority to those who have already completed their degrees that have an interest in the community relations function of a professional sports team. The Community Relations Internship provides support to the Community Relations Department, through assisted coordination of designated community, player and youth football.
The Seattle Storm (WNBA) are searching for a Director of Communications. If you have the experience and the interest in the position, please apply at this website. Good luck!
The Seattle Storm is currently seeking an individual for the position of Director of Communications. This position is responsible for overseeing all media relations and communications functions, including online media.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to hire a PR Training Camp Assistant. If you have what it takes and are available to work training camp, please apply at this website. Good luck!
Training Camp Assistants work within the Public Relations department for the duration of Training Camp in Tampa from late July through late August.
Assistants will act as a liaison between local, national and international media and members of the organization. Responsibilities include conducting daily content analysis of the organization among local and national media sources, coordinating post-practice interviews, transcription of press conferences and player availability, researching statistical information, assisting with media guide and yearbook production and serves as liaison to NFL Network. Writing experience recommended.