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2014 Indianapolis Sports Industry Career Conference

24 Oct

February 28, 2014

NCAA Headquarters

Indianapolis, Indiana 



This is your opportunity to network with, learn from and earn an internship or job with the top professionals in Indianapolis who work in college, professional and corporate sports.  Last year’s event sold out and received high evaluations.  Participating sports organizations include Colts, Pacers, Indians, Ice, Fever, Tornados, Indianapolis 11, Butler University Athletics, IUPUI Athletics, NCAA, Horizon League, Sunrise Sports Marketing, Indiana Sports Corporation, Indianapolis Speedway, USA Track & Field, Black Coaches and Administrators Association, Lucas Oil Stadium, Conseco Fieldhouse, IHSAA, Exclusive Sports Group (sports agents). 

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Marketing Internship!

1 May
Summer Marketing position in Wabash through the Interns for Indiana program.    $4500 fellowship for 400 hours.
Position details:  This intern would be directly communicating with our Twitter/Facebook/Pinterst followers and would add content daily to each of these sites.  The purpose of this position is to increase company brand and awareness and to get a social buzz on our service.  Company would like intern to engage professional bloggers that we have gained a relationship with on LinkedIn and also multiple blogs per week on the company website.
Must have a 2.8 or higher GPA and US citizen.
Please contact Deb Barrick at 481-5471, [email protected] or Neff 337.

Jobs are looking for you!

22 Mar

New York Life & WestPoint Financial Group

Employer Information Session
New York Life: Thursday, March 28th 10:00 – 12:00 PM  NF 101
[Recruiting for a Financial Services Professional / $40,000/year]
WestPoint Financial Group, Thursday March 28th 5:00 -7:00 PM LA35A
[Recruiting for a Financial Advisor Internship, Financial Planner & Marketing Internship]
This information session is a great way to:
  • Learn more about an employer in which you have an interest.
  • Build your network of professional contacts.
  • Ask about summer internship or full-time positions.
Here are some tips to make the most of information sessions:
  • “Business casual” dress is appropriate – Avoid wearing jeans, T-shirts or shorts.
  • Be prepared to ask one or two questions. This may make you stand out.
  • Be sure to bring along several copies of your resume to leave with recruiters.
  • After the formal presentation, be sure to mingle and network.
  • Light refreshments and food are usually served

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