Baltimore Ravens Digital Media Internship

Baltimore Ravens Digital Media Internship and JobsCollege students currently enrolled in graduate studies and majoring in Digital Media, Interactive Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Graphic Design or a related course of study may apply as a Digital Media Intern with the Baltimore Ravens. This is a year-long internship from this July to June of next year assisting in the day-to-day operations of and coordinating digital media technologies.

The intern will be working in the NFL Digital Media Department with responsibility for updating various sites on Duties may include posting press releases, overseeing Facebook comments, updating player and team stats on the site, posting photos, managing email marketing campaigns, and posting video files on the site and YouTube.

Interns will be selected for their prior experience in Digital Media, Interactive Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, and Graphic Design, communication skills and passion for technology. The ideal intern will be one who works hard, adapts well to irregular schedules and a fast-paced environment, can meet deadlines and work well with a team.

Applicants must be proficient in HTML coding, Microsoft Word & Excel and Photoshop and be skilled in CSS, Java, and Flash. In addition, the right candidate will have excellent writing, communication and proofreading skills, design experience and experience in Avid Media Composer.

To apply, students need to send one document that contains both a resume and cover letter.

The location is usually in MARYLAND.

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