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eCoronado.com Hiring Sports Writing Interns

eCoronado.com is expanding our local sports coverage and has openings for sports writing interns to cover CHS and other local sports events for eCoronado.com’s 55,000+ monthly readers. Candidates should demonstrate interest in athletics, sports reporting, and/or sports photography. This is a great opportunity for CHS students, recent college grads, military spouses or Coronado locals who are interested in learning more about online media by working for eCoronado.com.

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Compensation: Gain Online Writing, Editing and Marketing Experience

Hours: 8 – 10 per week (flexible – work from home)

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Location: Coronado Preferred

Length: Semester to Full Year – Starting in Fall 2013

Responsibilities:

– Writing sports articles and posting photos, events, stats and videos

– Attending and photographing local sporting events

– Building relationships with local teams and athletic organizations

– Weekly staff meetings and team planning

Requirements:

– A strong passion and love for Coronado and local sports
– Excellent editing and writing skills
– Basic understanding of online marketing (ex. SEO, email, social, etc.)
– Solid communication skills (in-person and on phone)
– Willingness to learn quickly and add immediate impact
– Weekly reporting to document activities and learning
– Entrepreneurial spirit and high energy

If you’re interested in joining the eCoronado.com team, please send a resume or writing sample to Brooke Prouty at manager@eCoronado.com.

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Brooke Prouty

Community Manager

eCoronado.com

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Originally from upstate New York, Dani Schwartz has lived in Coronado since 1996. She is thrilled to call Coronado home and raise her two children here. In her free time enjoys hitting the gym, reading, and walking her dog around the “island.”Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com
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