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Application for W. PA Content Curator

Please also include your resume and two references.

Content Curator will work to enhance the virtual presence of field hockey in the region by highlighting programs and opportunities in Western PA, and by building a connection to your regional audience through information sharing, storytelling, and community outreach. 
Social Media expectations:
  • Provide 1-3 posts per week that is specific to the area
  • Help cultivate following and followers for area
  • For the high school season provide a brief weekly update for news
Great News in the Great Lakes contributions:
  • Point us in the right direction for success stories and club stories
  • Provide content for newsletter feature 1x/ month
Website requirement:
  • Update and maintain the Western PA pages on the Great Lakes website
Local Media: Network and Connect:
  • Identify additional media outlets to advertise for local programming and events
Additional information:
  • Help GLRFH define the role of Western PA content creator
  • All communication regarding GLRFH made with GLRFH email
  • Work product maintained in GLRFH shared drive
  • Promote GLRFH programs in the Western PA region
  • Identify ADs/SIDs etc to promote FH within the area
  • Follow all GLRFH graphic and social media guidelines
  • Application will remain open until filled

GLRFH Storyteller Internship 10-week Term

Please review application and upload/send writing & social media samples

GLRFH Writing Internship: Storyteller
GLRFH Communications Department is looking for an experienced Writer & Media Storyteller
10-week Internship
100% remote work
Up to 8 hours per week at $15/hour (compensated monthly) 
Independent Contractor/ GLRFH will provide 1099-NEC for tax purposes
Application period will remain open until filled
Work to include (but not limited to): 
- writing news articles that cover GLRFH programming & events
- creating player spotlights & program spotlights for the website & social media
- crafting social media campaigns that tell a story and are meaningful to the GLRFH community 
- working with PR specialist to brand GLRFH stories & strengthen branding campaigns
- meet regularly with Executive Director and/or PR Specialist throughout the scope of the internship.
- work within a shared platform to track/share updates and interactions.
- hours tracked and workload understanding developed in the first phase of the relationship with the goal of creating a ROWE (results only work environment) relationship.
Note: the responsibilities of the intern may deviate from those explicitly stated; the Executive Director/PR Specialist may assign projects not included in the above list.
Please fill out this application and also include your resume, 1 writing sample of 3 to 5 paragraphs in length, 2 social media graphic samples that tell a story about sports, and 2 references. 

Come Be a Part of Something Great at GLRFH


The purpose of the Great Lakes Regional Field Hockey Internship program is to expose college aged athletes to the interworking of a non-profit organization that is purpose driven and goal oriented.  Interns will be part of the communication team, coaching staff and planning team.  Interns will also review corporate documents and organization structures with Board Members and the Executive Director to learn about organization formation and growth.
Great Lakes Regional Field Hockey is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. The internship program is designed for individuals interested in expanding the impact of field hockey in the Great Lakes region. Interns will be responsible for public relations tasks, data collection and analysis, and on occasion, program development. Interns have a unique opportunity to learn how 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations are run, as they will work closely with the Executive Director, to whom they report.


GLRFH serves all ages and abilities of the indoor and outdoor field hockey community through high quality coaching, programming, skill development, fitness training, and play.  Additionally, GLRFH sponsors coaching education, specialty workshops, leadership training and other educational opportunities to support development. In the near future, the work of GLRFH will include development of facilities and training venues.
We have a passion for the sport of field hockey and for its unique community. 

We recognize that field hockey players tend to be: 

  • leaders in their communities
  • willing to give back to their field hockey community
  • willing to work together to achieve a goal larger than their own personal goal
  • thoughtful 

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