Inside Gymnastics Internship – Men’s NCAA Journalism Intern 

Inside Gymnastics Internship – Men’s NCAA Journalism Intern 

Inside Gymnastics Magazine is looking for a self-starting, motivated individual who is passionate about the sport of gymnastics to join our team to assist with coverage during the 2024 NCAA gymnastics season, with the possibility of additional assignments during the Elite season. This individual will assist with a wide variety of tasks including conducting athlete interviews to be published on our website, live tweeting during competitions, publishing a weekly recap that includes the latest rankings, highlights and Inside Gymnastics ‘Gymnast of the Week’ and other tasks to be decided. 

Requirements 

  • College student with a primary focus in journalism, communications, sports information or a related field 
  • Knowledge of collegiate and Elite-level gymnastics; knowledge of and an emphasis on men’s gymnastics
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while understanding  and upholding the professional guidelines and standards set forth by the company and the sports’ governing body
  • Familiarity with social media strategies and marketing
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Possess the ability to research, communicate, listen and ask questions
  • Strong project management and organizational skills

This is an unpaid remote internship with a time commitment of at least 12-15 hours a week; some night and weekend work is required with possible on-site event coverage included. Pending start date November 2023 with the possibility of contractual, part or full time employment as positive results are achieved and opportunities open, following the conclusion of the internship.

The company recognizes the right of employees to engage in activities outside of their employment that are of a private nature and unrelated to Inside Publications’ business. However, candidates must disclose any possible conflicts so that the company may assess and prevent potential conflicts of interest from arising.

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Inside Gymnastics Internship – Women’s NCAA Journalism Intern 

Inside Gymnastics Magazine is looking for a self-starting, motivated individual who is passionate about the sport of gymnastics to join our team to assist with coverage during the 2024 NCAA gymnastics season, with the possibility of additional assignments during the Elite season. This individual will assist with a wide variety of tasks including conducting athlete interviews to be published on our website, live tweeting during competitions, publishing a weekly recap that includes the latest rankings, highlights and Inside Gymnastics ‘Gymnast of the Week’ and other tasks to be decided. 

Requirements 

  • College student with a primary focus in journalism, communications, sports information or a related field 
  • Knowledge of collegiate and Elite-level gymnastics; knowledge of and an emphasis on women’s gymnastics
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while understanding and upholding the professional guidelines and standards set forth by the company and the sports’ governing body
  • Familiarity with social media strategies and marketing
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Possess the ability to research, communicate, listen and ask questions
  • Strong project management and organizational skills

This is an unpaid remote internship with a time commitment of at least 12-15 hours a week; some night and weekend work is required with possible on-site event coverage included. Pending start date November 2023 with the possibility of contractual, part or full time employment as positive results are achieved and opportunities open, following the conclusion of the internship.

The company recognizes the right of employees to engage in activities outside of their employment that are of a private nature and unrelated to Inside Publications’ business. However, candidates must disclose any possible conflicts so that the company may assess and prevent potential conflicts of interest from arising.

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Inside Gymnastics Internship – NCAA Videography Intern 

Inside Gymnastics Magazine is looking for a self-starting, motivated individual who is passionate about the sport of gymnastics to join our team to assist with coverage during the 2024 NCAA gymnastics season, with the possibility of additional assignments during the Elite season. This individual will work to create weekly videos (content provided or self-generated) to be published on Inside Gymnastics’ website and social media platforms while providing research, analytics and recommendations surrounding the latest trends on digital content.

Requirements 

  • College student with a primary focus in digital film and video production or a related field  
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while understanding and upholding the professional guidelines and standards set forth by the company and the sports’ governing body
  • Familiarity with social media strategies and marketing
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Possess the ability to research, communicate, listen and ask questions
  • Strong project management and organizational skills
  • Video-editing skills/software with the ability to edit 2-4 videos per week

This is an unpaid remote internship with a time commitment of at least 12-15 hours a week; some night and weekend work is required with possible on-site event coverage included. Pending start date November 2023 with the possibility of contractual, part or full time employment as positive results are achieved and opportunities open, following the conclusion of the internship.

Any mutually agreed upon travel will be reimbursed by Inside Publications. 

The company recognizes the right of employees to engage in activities outside of their employment that are of a private nature and unrelated to Inside Publications’ business. However, candidates must disclose any possible conflicts so that the company may assess and prevent potential conflicts of interest from arising.

Click Here to Apply!