Fancred Social Media Community Leader
Find and post news, photos, gifs, memes, and similar online content about your school’s athletics to Fancred. Engage with your school’s fanbase on Fancred through posts and conversation. Post live updates on Fancred during your school’s games.
Host trivia, contests, and other engaging events within Fancred. Curate content relevant to your fanbase on Fancred. Introduce new users into the community. Brainstorm and execute fun guerrilla marketing tactics on campus This is an unpaid position.
Work with an up and coming start up in sports media.
Spend your time watching, discussing, and reading about sports.
Interact with sports journalists, college athletic departments, and professional teams from around the world.
Receive a recommendation letter from the Fancred CEO.
Build your sports credibility.
Receive free Fancred swag
Receive class credit, upon approval from your school.
Own an iPhone or iPod Touch.
Love talking about sports.
Have personal Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Possess excellent written communication skills
This program is for the Spring 2014 semester.
Fancred is the world's fastest growing sports social media network. Launched in March 2013, Fancred’s mission is to unite the world’s sports fans by creating a new way to consume sports information and interact with other fans and members of their community. For more information about Fancred, visit www.fancred.com and www.facebook.com/fancred or follow @fancred.
We’re looking for three interns each for the following schools:
West Virginia, Iowa State, Kansas State, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Texas Christian, Baylor, Texas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Purdue ,Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State , Michigan, Michigan Stage, University of Miami, Georgia Tech , North Carolina, Wake Forest, North Carolina State, Virginia Tech,Virginia, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Duke, Arizona, Arizona State, University of California, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, University of Southern California, Utah, Washington, Washington State, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Texas A&M