REGIS COLLEGE SPORTS MARKETING AND GAME MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Jul 29, 2009
We in the athletics department are
always looking for students with creative ideas, and ambition for
showing their Regis spirit. If you are looking to the fun one in
the group, help put on promotions, game management or just want to
be involved on campus here is your chance.
you like the opportunity to explore the daily operation of what it
takes to oversee athletic events and game management, or be out in
the crowd as a part of the game day entertainment?
Working with Regis College athletics provides experience with
various business and practical uses like, event management,
leadership, the development, implementation, and execution of
marketing plans, customer service, and fundraising.
We are looking for students interested in the business of sports
marketing and event management, who are driven to succeed, hard
working, dedicated, and able to learn from hands-on experience.
The internship provides potential leadership opportunities, as
well as mentors who will be a professional resource to your growth
and entry into the industry. No prior experience is necessary, but
an enthusiasm for athletics and involvement is recommended.
You would work in one or both of the following organizations to
create team spirit, support, and an exciting game atmosphere:
organized, but unruly group of enthusiastic fans was formed to
increase awareness and show support for all athletic teams. Made up
of excited students, this group is relied upon to market athletics
on the grassroots level through flyers, campus banners, and any
other means to get MANE-IACS to games. Most importantly, the group
is responsible for encouraging new chants, and continuing
Posse-Usually donning their cardinal and gold bandanas,
the Posse helps the Regis College Sports Marketing Department plan
and execute marketing and game day operations.
interested, send a resume to the Regis College Sports Marketing
Department (Regis College Box 22). Please note that this
opportunity is unpaid and runs the academic year. Flexibility is
available to work around class schedules.