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NAIA basketball writer

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by chazp, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. chazp

    chazp Active Member

    Got this email over the weekend about this job. I think they are looking for a college student who wants to take a job for a while just for the experience. They DON'T pay!

    NAIA Basketball Information Director- This position is an unpaid position. However experience for a resume or internship credits are available. This position is for a person that wants to be the "NAIA Basketball Guy". You will update daily information in regards to NAIA Basketball and be seen as the face of the VSN Basketball coverage..

    Your duties include:
    Writing a weekly update on NAIA Basketball from late October til the end of the March.
    Updating current NAIA Basketball Team Pages on VSN.
    Writing feature stories on NAIA Basketball.
    Compiling a weekly VSN Basketball Top 25 with the help of NAIA columnists.
    Updating the VSN news pages on a daily basis with the national releases provided by schools and newspapers.

    If you are interested in this awesome opportunity, please email a basic resume, references, and a short answer as to why you should be the person for this job to Jason Dannelly, President and CEO of the Victory Sports Network. mail@victorysportsnetwork.com . This position will remain open until the ideal person is found for the job.
  2. Chi City 81

    Chi City 81 Guest

    Wow. What an "awesome opportunity!" ::)

    Although the last line should read "This position will remain open until we find a sucker dumb enough to take the job."
  3. spup1122

    spup1122 Guest

    I've communicated with this guy about this job. I can't do it because my contract prohibits it, but he's pretty wishy-washy about communicating. He says he'll call one day and then three weeks later, you'll receive an e-mail.

    He watches my station, though, so I'm not going to complain.
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