The National Football Post (NFP) is looking for an intern-to-hire to assist with writing, social media, and interacting with NFP's stable of outside contributors. This is a 20-40 hour per week unpaid position for the duration of the 2012 football season, with the possibility of being hired for the 2013 draft and football season. Intern will gain invaluable experience and exposure by becoming deeply immersed in all aspects of new media, including writing, editing, partner managment, content management, advertising and social media.
The intern's duties will include:
Manage NFP's stable of guest contributors. This will include soliciting stories from them, editing posts as necessary, and publishing to NFP. Guest contributors may be high-profile former players and football executives, along with other subject-matter experts.
Interview, edit and publish stories based on interviews of high-profile football personalities, through introductions by NFP staff
Interact with NFP's stable of content partners, to select top partner content for publication on NFP, and alert them to NFP content which may be of use to their sites.
Manage NFP's social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook and Google+
Assist in other editorial duties, including creation of photo galleries for NFP stories
Requirements: Intern must have completed or be nearing completion of a degree in Journalism, with a degree in new media as a plus. Intern must be technically savvy, with a deep understanding of social media. Video and audio editing expertise is a plus. Intern must have a deep passion for football and for changing the way football is covered.
Thank you for your submission, an NFP representative will contact you if a position is available.
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