Internships

careers and internships

Interns will have the opportunity to work in an exciting, empowering, and startup environment that prioritizes professional and personal growth. We are looking for enthusiastic, dynamic, and high-achieving interns who wish to pursue careers in technology, gaming and STEM programming with efforts focused on Social media marketing, Digital media and content creation, Photography and Journalism.

If selected, interns will be mentored by both junior and senior staff members on client projects and marketing campaign tasks, and help with social media, PR, partner outreach, blog posts, media planning, and research. Interns will also have the opportunity to propose and develop independent projects as well.

Qualifications for the internship are:

  • Strong organizational skills, work ethic, and sense of ownership.
  • Strong writing abilityAbility to work well in groups.
  • Can commit to at least 3-6 months of interactive service to the team.
  • Passion and knowledge of major social media platforms including: YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Musical.ly.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office and google docs is mandatory.
  • Enrollment in or completion of college education.Basic Photoshop experience is a plus, but not required.3D printing experience is a plus, but not required.
  • The Sugar Gamers Internship Program is unpaid, however obtaining educational credit for the internship can be arranged.

In your application, please send...

  • Your resume.
  • A statement on why you think you would be the best candidate and what you can contribute to the team.
  • If you have a blog, YouTube channel, Twitter, or Instagram account, please note it.

Send your application package info@sugargamers.com

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