At Team Whistle, we’re on a mission to build a global sports and entertainment company at the dynamic intersection of media, technology and commerce that elevates and inspires our audience and community of partners. Every day. Every way. 


Our internship opportunity is organized into four areas: Brand Partnerships, Agency, Content, and Insights & Analytics. The Brand Partnerships team works on Whistle’s O&O channels, partnering with different brands to engage audiences across our vast social network. This team is also responsible for bringing in new business with different partners. The Agency team works directly with brands, sports leagues, and media companies on a project-by-project basis with things like influencer marketing, content creation, or channel management. The Content team works across both Brand Partnerships and Agency teams focusing on cross-platform social + video publishing strategy and execution. The Insights & Analytics team collaborates with all teams across Team Whistle, working to gather any information to supplement strategy, proposals, and overall ways to innovate in the sport and entertainment space. You will have the opportunity to be part of one of these teams during your internship.


  • Assist your assigned team with day-to-day tasks 
  • Tasks are included but not limited to:
    • Assisting with the creation of slide decks for internal and external presentations/pitches
    • Helping track project budgets from start to finish
    • Help ideate content strategy and posting across multiple social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, LinkedIn
    • Provide support on creative ideation and implementation
    • Assist with brainstorming Team Whistle sponsored and branded content ideas (long and short-form video), talent and influencer casting ideas, and media solutions to address prospective advertisers’ marketing objectives
  • Support with special projects in other departments as needed


  • Well-versed in trends, and best practices across multiple social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, LinkedIn.
  • Ability to stay up-to-date with relevant news, trends, and pop culture
  • Must be team-oriented, responsive, comfortable collaborating while also demonstrating calm under pressure
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; able to convey thoughts clearly in Google Slides; able to present with poise and confidence
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft and Google Suite


  • Ability to work 30 hours/week across the 10-week program
  • The duration of this internship program runs June 5 - August 11, 2023
  • Rising junior or senior-level of an undergraduate program (US) or your last two years of university (UK)

*Note this is a paid internship.*

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