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» Communications Intern - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
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Internships: Communications/Community Relations
Communications Intern - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
Communications Department Overview
The Communications Department’s main responsibilities are to create and manage content for all aspects of our business, be the point of contact for all media relationships and service other departments as well as partners by generating publicity and effectively communicating with their respective audiences. The Communications Department is a team-oriented environment that consistently works under deadlines.
Brief Narrative Overview
This position supports the Communications Department in executing the organization’s initiatives and administering day-to-day responsibilities. The Communications intern will be required to effectively communicate and handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously. The position requires the ability to write, edit, organize content, meet deadlines, proactively contribute across multiple areas of the business and be flexible on a day-to-day basis. A high level of professionalism, commitment to hard work, knowledge of soccer, strong creativity and writing skills are all imperative in this job.
Specific responsibilities include:
Education, Work Experience, Special Skills/Knowledge Required
Candidate should be working towards a bachelor’s degree. Strong writing and editing skills are a requirement. A proficient knowledge of Spanish-language skills is a plus. Candidate should be either a communications or journalism major. Travel may be required.
Legal Intern - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
U.S. Soccer Overview
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Video Production Intern - United States Soccer Federation (Chicago, IL)
Video Production Department Overview
U.S. Soccer’s in-house Video Production team is part of the organization’s Content Department and is responsible for producing video content across a variety of platforms. The in-house production process at U.S. Soccer encompasses shooting, editing, graphics creation and post-production. The video department also manages all media assets and video archives for the organization. The Video Production team works within the Content department on a daily basis but services all other departments at the organization and works to create dynamic digital content for a range of needs throughout the company.
· Bachelor’s degree in relevant field and experience in a production studio environment
· Experience working in groups and production teams but also an ability to work alone and on a deadline
· Advanced knowledge of Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud
· Thorough understanding of visual and narrative grammar
· Pushes U.S. Soccer’s stylistic sensibility while staying within the boundaries of its well-established methods
· Familiarity with standard practices of digital compression, including knowledge of video resolutions, codecs and frame rates
· Approaches project, data and studio management with the same attention to detail as any of the elements mentioned above.
· Ability to keep a project on a deadline, short or long term
· Experience in the field, including with cameras (Panasonic HPX-250, Canon DSLRs, Sony FS700 ) and with sound and lighting techniques
· Quick learner who can function well in the fast-paced environment mandated by professional sports
· Some travel may be required
Compensation is $66 per day with hours not to exceed 40 hours per week.
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