The Everett Rowing Student Internship Program is an educational opportunity for highly motivated high school and college students with an interest in working in an ideal setting, serving the ERA community, and increasing their own knowledge of the sport and work behind the scene. Completion of an Everett Rowing internship is a valuable reference for job or college applications.
1. Social Media Intern:
Establish and maintain social media platforms
- (NOTE: The intern should not participate on behalf of ERA, but set up the account and introduce the platform as appropriate to the Director).
- Template creation: Use Photoshop or another design program to create customized templates for social media platforms.
- Blogging: Post experiences and photos.
- Website Analysis: Provide an in-depth analysis of ERA's website. Is it easy to find information? How many clicks does it take to register?
- Video: Assist the coaches with editing and posting rowing video.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word & Excel.
- Interest in alumni building and community outreach.
- Strong writing and research skills.
- Ability to work independently.
- Even if you don't have all these skills, the point of an internship is to learn!
- ERA will employ 2 interns each season for 10 hours of work for a $100 stipend.
- The scheduling of work hours are flexible.
- An intern is a representative of Everett Rowing's staff and is expected to be friendly and helpful and conduct himself/herself in a professional manner.
- A first-time internship is for a period of 10 hours ($100). A returning intern may apply for up to 20 hours ($200).
- Must be a high school or college student.
- Minimum age is 15 years old.
- Minimum rowing experience needed: 1 spring season at the high school level.
How to Apply:
Submit information via form below.
Application Deadline for 2012:
January 31st: for Spring Season
June 19th: for Summer Season
August 21st: for Fall Season