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College Basketball Internship

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Orange26, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. Orange26

    Orange26 New Member

    Hey everyone,

    I was just wondering if anyone would know anything more about this possible internship opportunity and if it seems legitimate. I found it on workinsports.com but can't find anything else out about it. If anyone knows anything, I would appreciate some more information.

    Here's what I found:

    College Basketball Writer/Intern

    Job Description:

    We are a new college basketball website that features game stories, columns, standings, RPI, bracket predictions, NBA mock draft, player rankings, and more. We currently cover a lot of big college basketball games, but we would like to expand our staff to cover games all over the country.

    We are looking for young, ambitious writers who love sports, especially college basketball. We prefer college students or recent college graduates who want to gain experience, writing samples, and/or college credits. This job will be unpaid, so we would like writers who either go to a major college basketball school or live near one.

    Please e-mail your resume. We are looking for people who would be willing to start immediately and work until the end of the college basketball season (March). With this job, you will get media credentials for the games we want you to cover. You would have to write game stories which include covering the press conference and getting coach and player quotes. You would be required to submit the article within a couple hours of the end of the game. You could also write columns whenever you feel necessary. Please e-mail me with any questions.

    Thank you.
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