Tampa Sports Internship

I’m passing this along. I hear they are still searching for interns.

NPPA Chapter Alumna Kara Roache Durrette had this internship a year ago. She says earned enough to live on, but it was tight. She was able to work a second job at another news publication.  –dm


The Tampa Sports Authority (TSA) is an agency that manages Raymond James Stadium and three municipal golf courses in Tampa, FL.  Raymond James Stadium is the home of the 2009 Super Bowl, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the University SouthFlorida Bulls football and the Outback Bowl.

The TSA stadium communications department is seeking a one-year assistant. This candidate will be selected as a visual communications assistant, and should have a background in communications, basic HTML code, photography, and graphic design.

The TSA requests applications for interested candidates who are graduating seniors or graduate students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, or Visual Communications.  The internship/assistantship is a one-year program which requires a weekly commitment of at least 40 hours.  Someweekends and evenings will be required for event management duties.

At the stadium, we have as few as one event and as many as five events per month.  Please be advised that we are considered an entertainment venue and as such, must reserve many weekends and/or evenings for our events.  In addition, we feel the experience and contacts that are gained while working with the Tampa Sports Authority offers a great opportunity for someone entering the workforce.

You will find in-depth information at www.tampasportsauthority.com/TSA-Internships.html .

Interested candidates may reach the editor at (813) 350-6504 or by e-mail, bcasey@tampasportsauthority.com.  Resumes may also be faxed to (813) 673-4312.   If you have any questions regarding the internship at Raymond James Stadium, please feel free to call or visit our website at www.tampasportsauthority.com.



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