Social Media Internships at FishDuck.com
Want to make an impact in the growing area of Social Media upon a site dedicated to the Oregon Fan? FishDuck.com has Internships that can utilize your current skills, add to your resume’ and get UO School Credit as well!
Our Internships will be on a rotating basis between posting/interacting with Oregon fans, and doing research as to the newest strategies to find more Ducks who do not yet know of the site. We want to know what they wish to see as postings, what our competition is doing, as a whole industry has emerged in Social Media that we wish to apply to FishDuck.com.
Our potential for progress with Social Media is enormous, as we have articles to promote every day, a site principal known for Oregon Football Analysis, and a VideoLibrary to be released unlike any other in College Sports sites. Our new contracts with USA TODAY Sports Media, and The Sporting News gives us video offerings that none elsewhere have, thus our promotion potential in Social Media is emerging at FishDuck.com. Be on the ground floor as this department on the site is just beginning!
You can now apply for upper division School Credit at the University of Oregon for your time spent on this project due to the close alliance of FishDuck.com with the university in providing students opportunities for improving their resume’ along with job skills to help them get hired.
FAQ about Social Media Internships
Are we paid for this internship? Our Internships are an unpaid three to five hours a week working for an All-Volunteer site that promotes Oregon sports and has been nationally recognized by the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. Interns HAVE been offered better opportunities and paying jobs from their time using FishDuck.com as a platform to show their skills. Learn more and join us!
What is FishDuck.com? Go to the “About Us” page on the site. (Top menu bar)
When do we start? We can start right away, and with most depts—it is preferred to get started soon to get some things done.
How long is the Internship? It is for two terms, or five months, whichever is longer and students/volunteers can stay as long as they want or shift over to another department or internship for more experiences. MOST of our volunteers are not students, but have full-time jobs, families, and other activities and give three to five hours a week to help the site and the fans.
Do we have to be in Eugene to be in the Internship? (Where do I go to do the work?) Most of these positions can be done online, as one writer filed his article from Europe last year and another did from Cambodia this year. We have writers, editors and Social Media Associates from West Virginia to British Columbia and from Quebec to Miami, (all over!) because online is from anywhere in the world.
“My experience at FishDuck.com has greatly expanded my opportunities in the sports journalism industry. With the reputation FishDuck has earned with the biggest media outlets, promoting my work was easy, and directly led to me other internships and job opportunities.” —Sam Wright, Graduating UO Student
How to Apply: For more information about the opportunities at FishDuck.com, please email Charles Fischer at email@example.com or call 541-915-4541. To apply, email a cover letter and resume indicating which position(s) you are applying for. Please highlight relevant experience (watching sports counts!) and include contact information for at least two work-related references.
FishDuck.com is a hot fast-growing Oregon Duck football site with more than 100 volunteers helping with Writing, Editing, Photography, Research, and the Social Media aspects of the site and serving visitors from more than 50 countries who read our articles between a quarter to a half million times every month. We now have a partnership with USA TODAY Sports Media.
We seek to educate and entertain our readers with Football Analysis, Op-Ed articles, Recruiting, Player Profiles, History, and even Humor. We have been interviewed and cited/quoted as a source by the Wall Street Journal, and twice have been featured in prominent articles in the Online Sports Section of The Washington Post as our football instructional videos have been viewed more than a Million times by fans and coaches.
FishDuck.com has even been accredited by Google News as an official Oregon Sports news source, and we are UO Media Credentialed, sitting on Press Row in the Autzen Stadium Press Box and in the Matthew Knight Basketball Arena.