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2020 Spring/Summer Community Outreach Intern with Midwest Sports Production in Shawnee · KS

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Community
 
You have passion for helping others. You want to make an impact on society in every way possible. You wake up every morning excited about the opportunity to change the world. 
 
Does this sound like you??? Then you belong at Midwest Sports Productions! 
 
Our team is a fun-loving, energized and dynamic group at the heart of Midwest Sports   Productions' world class events. Our goal is to drive excitement, win new customers, introduce existing customers to new and exciting experiences and make an impact on the communities in which we run our tournaments. 

 Each mission and execution is different and is catered to the audience at hand: be it providing the energy needed in the office, igniting the coolest youth sports event in town, visiting a club team just to say thanks for 'playing MSP,' a special guest of ours about to perform or supporting a team that's in need.  We make sure that every MSP family member we engage with gets a special interaction, giving them that little something extra when they need it most and creating a whole new level of energetic feel before, during and after MSP events.
 
Our Community Intern will become immersed in the heart of Midwest Sports Productions. From assisting with the organization and execution of tournaments with a fundraising/charity component to identifying opportunities for the entire team to volunteer in the community, you will be tasked with helping the company continue to make an impact in and around the game. 
 
In addition to Community projects, you may also have the opportunity to work in other services such as marketing, social media, business development initiatives, and game-day operations as needed. 

 Time Period
This is an Unpaid Internship. Internship will span over a semester of college and involves about 600 hours (Can be flexible based on needs)
 
Hours 
We can offer flexible hours during the week based on the needs of your supervisor and can be discussed. Weekend availability is a must – you will be expected to work on weekends to assist with tournaments and on-site activities. 
  
Professional Requirements
College level student studying within (but not limited to) the following degree programs: Hospitality Management, Business Administration, Marketing, Humanities, Sports Management, Event Management, Communications, Public Relations or related.
  
Personal Requirements 
  • Passionate about giving back to others
  • Good organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Self-starter
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)
  • Able to work independently as well as with a team
 
Attire 
Comfortable, appropriate office/field attire is acceptable
 
Job Description
  • Responsible for aiding in the development, planning, implementation and oversight of designated community events 
  • Acts as liaison between foundation representatives, volunteers, etc.
  • Assist in day-to-day operations which may include making phone calls, emailing, organizing, odd jobs, etc.
  • Assist in updating website(s) with attention to detail
  • Assist in collaborating on the Community Event Playbook to be used as a model of how specific events can provide opportunities to give back
  • Produce detailed proposals for new community service opportunities within events (ex: Timelines, venues, suppliers, staffing, etc.) 
  • Assist in organizing events by detailing action items
  • Assists with promoting community event details
  • Assist with donation drives
  • Assist with communications for community events (social media, emails, phone, etc.
  • Assist in other areas of MSP such as marketing, event coordination, logistics, etc. if needed
 
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 
 

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. Would you have a place to stay in Kansas City?

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