Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Moocho Campus Manager & Ambassador for Atlas College Marketing Group


Job Descriptions:

About Atlas College Marketing

Atlas College Marketing Group is a full-service promotional marketing agency that specializes in creating and executing college marketing programs. We provide program strategy and logistics as well as staffing solutions for events & campaigns on or near college campuses. Atlas was founded in May 2011 by Dan Levy, a 2011 college graduate who worked experiential and guerilla programs during his college career and recognized the need for improvement among staffing agencies. After staffing hundreds of events with staff from over 125 college campuses nationwide, Atlas is continuing its path of improving the status quo in college marketing by becoming a full-service agency.

About Moocho:

Moocho is a mobile payment and rewards app for college students which gives you access to exclusive deals at grocery and restaurant locations around campus and allows you to earn points for every dollar you spend, which can be redeemed for all sorts of rewards.

General Responsibilities:

We hire students to work marketing events and campaigns on or near their campus. The work is fun and usually very simple -- handing out free stuff on campus, relaying talking points to fellow students about a product or service, etc.

Important Info:

Who: Moocho, a mobile payments app for college students
When: starting ASAP and lasting through the rest of the semester (and possibly the fall semester as well if you're interested, depending on performance)
What: please see attached job descriptions from Moocho for Campus Ambassadors (up to 7 or 8) and Campus Manager (only 1 person)
Where: on and off campus
Why: $9/hr (for CAs) or $10/hr (for CM) + incentives, totaling up to $20/hr+ based on performance
Staff Needed: 7 or 8 CAs and 1 CM
Requirements: extremely outgoing and friendly personality, and high levels of professionalism and organization

How to Apply: Please send your resume to me at dan@atlascollegemarketing.com and we'll set up a time to chat on the phone for 15 minutes or so

Contact Info/Questions:

Dan Levy
Atlas College Marketing Group, Inc.
(215) 518-1637

espnW Journalism Internship (Summer 2017)


About espnW:
espnW connects young women with the sports they love and follow. It is ESPN’s first dedicated content and digital business initiative designed to serve, inform and inspire female athletes and fans. The espnW.com site provides a unique, respected and influential voice in the larger conversation of women and sports by working with a variety of highly skilled and specialized writers, columnists and contributors as well as utilizing content from multiple ESPN platforms.  espnW is also supported by a strong social media presence on Twitter (@espnW) and Facebook

Internship Eligibility:
  • Must be enrolled in a college/university taking at least one class in the semester/quarter (spring/fall) prior to participation in the internship program OR currently participating in a Disney College Program or Disney Professional Internship
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must provide own transportation to/from work.
  • Must not have completed one year of continual employment on a Disney internship or program.
  • Must possess unrestricted work authorization


What You Bring to the Role: 
  • Extensive journalism experience and demonstrated commitment
  • Strong writing ability
  • Strong interest in female athletics, possibly a current student-athlete
  • Strong interest and knowledge of major sports at large
  • Full-time commitment (40 hours per week)


Preferred Qualifications:
  • Of the utmost integrity - committed to making a positive difference for women in sports
  • Knowledge and interest in web products and social media
  • Experience with editing and uploading web content, such as digital video files and digital images
  • Experience with Microsoft products, especially Excel and Powerpoint


Important Info:

Application Posted: Jan. 14, 2016
Deadline to Apply: NOT SPECIFIED
Location: Bristol, CT
Internship Begins: June 2, 2017
Internship Ends: Aug. 11, 2017

Housing: A limited amount of housing assistance is available for those who qualify

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Speaker Spotlight: David Cohn

Dec. 6, 2016

ICYMI: David Cohn was born outside of Milwaukee in Glendale, WI. Cohn’s first sports internship opportunity came as a member of the ticket sales department for the Milwaukee Bucks while he was still in high school. He described his experience there more as a “jack-of-all-trades” on top of gaining sales experience.

Cohn began college as a freshman at the at University of Indiana-Bloomington. He had originally considered UW-Madison as well, however, Wisconsin’s lack of a sports management program is what ultimately brought him to Bloomington instead, given that Indiana did in fact offer this track. During his first year in Bloomington, Cohn quickly realized that Indiana’s program instituted a larger focus on sports science, such as nutrition and fitness rather than business or finance.  

He then returned to his home state as a transfer student to the University of Wisconsin. In the summers before and after his junior year at Wisconsin, Cohn became involved as an intern with the Wisconsin PGA Junior Foundation. As a student at UW, Cohn also joined the university’s Athletic Department staff as an intern for both his junior and senior year.  

After multiple visits to a chapter of the Sports Entertainment & Marketing Experience (SEME) which was previously hosted at Northwestern University, Cohn soon realized he was the only student in attendance from UW-Madison, despite the campus’ close proximity. Upon a similar observation, an event staff member inspired him to consider, and eventually found the Sports Business Club at Wisconsin along with a handful of fellow interns from the Athletic Department during Cohn’s senior year.

For those seeking employment in the sports industry, Cohn had this to say:


  • “Take advantage of the connections you can make as a member of the SBC while you’re here, because the number of people you will become involved with through the club will continuously grow throughout your career.”
  • “Use your resources.” Being a student can open a lot of doors simply by saying you want to learn from someone almost always makes that person want to give back to you. As you’re a student here at UW, ask yourself who you want to learn from. What are my available resources?
  • “Continue to learn.” For Cohn, that’s always asking himself what else he can do. Continue to seek out new ways to learn.
  •  “Value your network.” Try and stay in touch with the people in your network from UW; utilize your network in an appropriate way.
  •  “Create your opportunities.” Raise your hand and ask, “Hey, how can I help?” Always ask to do more. 
  • “Make yourself valuable.” Figure out what works best for you, whether that’s gaining work experience or pursuing an MBA.
  • “Say thank you.” You’re going to encounter a lot of people who will go the extra mile to help you, whenever that happens, say thank you. Draft an email, phone call, text, or classic thank-you note. “Handwritten thank-you letters are under-valued these days.”

Thank you to David for making the time to share with our club and teach us about the Sports Business Club’s inception and founding back in 2008!

Follow David Cohn on Twitter: @dmcohn
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