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Cornell University's Department of Athletics & Physical Education is currently seeking applications for two 10-month internships in the Athletic Ticketing, Marketing & Camps Office. The term of this position is August 1, 2018-May 31, 2019. This is an unpaid position but with a monthly allowance of $1,550.
Primary responsibilities for the Athletic Ticketing & Marketing Interns include ticket sales and customer service for all of Cornell's ticketed varsity athletic event, group sales, season ticket sales/renewals, assisting with sponsor fulfillment, game-day promotions and event management support at athletic events. The interns will be exposed to different facets of the business, including ticketing, marketing, operations and finance.
Candidates must be professional, reliable and possess excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skills. An ideal candidate should have an interest in a career in athletic ticketing, sports marketing or other related field and have knowledge/interest in college athletics.
Customer-service experience – both in-person and via phone/email
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) required; proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and CRM/database preferred
Frequent evening and weekend availability required
Supervisory experience preferred
Working knowledge of NCAA and/or Ivy League rules preferred
No relocation expenses or Visa sponsorship are available for this position
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