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Spring 2020 Internship
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BSE Global | Uniondale, NY
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Job Description

Communications (Brooklyn)

Intern will draft press releases, media advisories and pitch letters, monitor media coverage and compile media clips into recap documents. In addition, the intern will work with other members of the department to develop and execute media strategies for various activations and events that involve the Brooklyn Nets, Long Island Nets, Barclays Center, NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and NetsGC. Intern will also work in-tandem with various departments to develop influencer engagement strategies for all aforementioned properties and teams.

Community Relations (Brooklyn)

Intern will understand how the Brooklyn Nets affect the surrounding community by conducting events, programs and by donating to non-profit organizations all while raising awareness of the brand.

Digital Content (Brooklyn)

Intern will assist in translating Chinese articles, video content pieces related to the Brooklyn Nets; creating a weekly Chinese social report to keep the organization updated on Chinese digital efforts; In addition, the intern will work with other members of the department to develop and execute Brooklyn Nets Chinese market related strategies for Free Agency, NBA Draft and Summer league, etc.

Long Island Nets Business Operations (Nassau)

Intern will learn the behind-the-scenes workings and administrative responsibilities necessary to support the Business Operations staff of the G-League team through hands-on experience managing equipment needs, player fan mail, coordinating travel logistics, coordinating scouts' schedules, and organizing data for accurate expense reporting.

Facility Operations (Brooklyn)

Intern will gain an understanding of the day to day operations and facility management of a professional sports team and corporate.

Finance (Brooklyn)

Intern will have exposure to projects that include monthly assignments utilizing Excel. This will be in addition to assisting the Accounts Payable clerk with weekly expense reports and for data entry.

Marketing Analytics (Brooklyn)

Intern will learn on how to effectively & accurately carry out research and analytical requests for internal departments, and league stakeholders.

Game Presentation (Brooklyn)

Intern will gain exposure to auditions and dance clinics for the Nets entertainment performers. May also include game night support.

Global Partnership Strategy, Sales & Marketing (Brooklyn)

Intern will engage in client research for future targeting. You will have the opportunity to create, manage, and execute onsite activations at Barclays Center and NYCB LIVE, working directly with the Partnership Sales & Marketing team.

Group Sales (Brooklyn)

Intern will learn the overall importance of Ticket Sales as a major revenue stream for sports and entertainment and to learn different ways in which you can incorporate Ticket Sales initiatives amongst the other Non-Sales departments. The intern will also execute fan experience packages during Nets games.

IT/ Help Desk Support (Brooklyn)

Intern will learn how the Help Desk assists employees with desktop computer issues, including software and hardware problems in a mixed PC/Mac environment.

Merchandising (Brooklyn)

Merchandising intern will have exposure to the promotion, marketing, and tracking related to the teams and company merchandise.

Nets PR (Brooklyn)

Intern will assist in production of media guides, game notes, player bios, and press packets; creating a daily briefing of news clippings to help maintain the team's daily sports information; analyze, track, and upkeep statistics though Excel to compile information for game notes and other media packets. On game days you may be involved in preparing the arena for the media and all PR related events.

New Sales (Brooklyn)

Intern will become knowledgeable of Nets ticket sales from start to finish (prospecting, pitching, contracts and fulfillment).

Premium Events (Brooklyn)

Intern will understand the event process from start to finish. This will include learning to stay within the event budget (tracking/pacing) and staying organized with all event details and logistics. The intern will also be fully involved in specific events -- on-site preparations, event execution, and breakdown.

Suite Sales (Brooklyn)

Intern will become knowledgeable of Barclays Center suites and have an understanding of the sales process from start to finish. This would include prospecting, pitching, contracts and fulfillment for both leased suites and nightly suite rentals. Tasks may include processing tickets, research projects and providing on-site customer service to clients in premium seating sections.

Team Marketing (Brooklyn)

Intern will participate in the activation of specific marketing initiatives and promotions for Brooklyn Nets & New York Islanders. The intern may also develop an understanding about NBA Team Marketing by researching other NBA Team: websites (to compare content), social media pages, promotions, publications, and community involvement.

Ticket Analytics (Brooklyn)

Intern will gain exposure to pricing strategy, time series demand forecasting, and other in-depth analytics projects utilizing Excel, SQL, Tableau, and Python in the fast paced environment of professional sports ticketing strategy.

Video (Brooklyn)

Intern will direct, produce and develop media packages for the Brooklyn Nets and Long Island Nets.

Membership Services (Brooklyn)

Intern will become knowledgeable of Nets and Barclays Center Events ticket sales from start to finish (prospecting, pitching, contracts and fulfillment). Tasks include processing tickets, research projects and providing on-site customer service to clients.


* All interns must be enrolled students in an undergraduate program, or students engaged in graduate studies.
* All interns must be eligible to receive academic credit for the internship.
* All interns must be authorized to work in the US for any employer.

Interview Process

Selected qualified applicants will be screened by HR and followed up with a phone interview with Department Supervisors.

Prior to your phone screen, please confirm with your school that you can receive academic credit as well as what requirements you'll need to meet for your Fall Internship. This information must be shared with your interviewer.