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Stockton Heat

Community Relations Intern

Stockton Heat Hockey Club
Stockton, CA
Internship: Internship

Note: this job is closed to new applications.

The Stockton Heat is searching for a Community Relations Intern for the 2017-18 season. This is a full-season opportunity for you to expand your knowledge in a professional sports setting while networking with others in a similar field. Community Relations interns play an essential part in the day-to-day activities of the Community Relations Department both on game days and during the regular work week. This internship is primarily offered for college credit, but can also be offered to recent graduates looking for experience in the Community Relations field.  This is NON-PAID internship.
-Assist in executing signature fundraising in-game events such as Silent Auctions, puck sales, and more
-Assist in the set-up and break-down of Community Corner and Hometown Hero tables
-Manage Community Corner table on game nights
-Serve as in-game liaison between Manager of Community Relations and Hometown Hero on game nights
-Provide excellent customer service and answer questions for fans as needed
-Assist with Kids Club member fulfillment, including but not limited to processing payments, managing online and in-game sign-ups, assembling Kids Club packets, and staffing Kids Club events
-Responsible for School Incentive Program mailings, sorting SIP vouchers, and staying on schedule to SIP deadlines
-Assist with Donation Request fulfillment, including but not limited to writing letters, mailing donations, and making sure donation records are up-to-date
-Attend networking mixers, mascot and/or player appearances around the Stockton community as needed
-Suit up as the Stockton Heat mascot for select appearances, if needed
-Perform all other duties assigned, sometimes in other departments, by the Manager of Community Relations
-Able to receive college credits
-Proficient in Microsoft Office (PhotoShop skills a plus)
-Strong creative, organizational, written and verbal skills
-Must be able to work in a team environment
-Ability to complete tasks with minimal supervision
-Professional appearance and attitude
-Ability to work flexible hours including nights and weekends
-All Stockton Heat home games (October through April and potentially playoffs)
-Minimum of 10 office hours per week (negotiable)

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. Are you able to work a flexible schedule including some weekdays, weekends, nights, and holidays?

  3. Do you have reliable transportation?

  4. What element of Community Relations do you find the most interesting?

  5. Would you be comfortable suiting up as the mascot if needed?