Internships

NOW ACCEPTING FALL INTERNS

Thank you for your interest in interning with the CE Group. If you are interested in becoming an intern, please submit an application for the Fall semester beginning July 1.

Click on the link below or submit your resueme to mpettit@cegroupinc.net

 

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EVENT & PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

Compensation: Unpaid; with occasional paid event staffing opportunities

Length: Flexible hours within semester according to school calendar

Requirement: 12 – 20 hours

Reports To: Project Manager for specific events and Janet Holliday (President & CEO)

Duties included, but not limited to:

  • Attend meetings and site visits with project managers and take detailed notes.Contact and coordinate vendors for events, including but not limited to: entertainment, logistics vendors, and food & beverage vendors.Continue to maintain CE Group’s relationships with vendors.

  • Maintain Microsoft documents (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) with detailed information including: Site maps, RSVP’s through phone line and email, Run of Show, Check Requests, Meeting Notes, etc.

  • Research past projects for ideas, entertainment and budget estimates.

  • Prepare, inventory and gather supplies in the CE Group warehouse prior to small to large events.

  • Assist in project close outs and post event activities by gathering timesheets, invoices, hand writing thank you notes, distributing surveys, etc.

 

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

  • Strong, personable customer service and communication skills, both oral and verbal.

  • Ability to multi-task; deliver results while balancing multiple projects at once.

  • Strong time-management skills.

  • Must be able to work with a team, communicate well, and function within an office environment.

INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS

Compensation: Unpaid; with occasional paid event staffing opportunities

Length: Flexible hours within semester according to school calendar

Requirement: 12 – 20 hours

Reports To: Integrated Communications Director and Manager for specific events and Janet Holliday (President & CEO)

Duties included, but not limited to:

  • Support PR associate with media communications, research, calendar listings, social media posts, creative storyboards and marketing timelines as requested.

  • Experience various media components including online, radio, television and print media (i.e. The Rivard Report, SA Current, KSAT, etc.).

  • Assist with various office tasks such as taking inventory, making copies, assembling marketing packets and other misc. tasks as assigned.

  • Track, clip, and record media coverage and calculate impressions.

  • Document meetings with detailed minutes.

  • Keep a detailed notebook/portfolio throughout their time with The CE Group for personal reference.

  • Note: Interns may schedule a meeting with the internship coordinator at the end of semester if they wish to have help with their resume.

 

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

  • Strong, personable customer service and communication skills, both oral and verbal.

  • Ability to multi-task; deliver results while balancing multiple projects at once.

  • Strong time-management skills.

  • Integrated Communicatons & marketing intern applicants must provide examples of written work.

DESTINATION MANAGEMENT

Compensation: Unpaid; with occasional paid event staffing opportunities

Length: Flexible hours within semester according to school calendar

Requirement: 12 – 20 hours

Reports To:  CEDMC Director and Janet Holliday (President & CEO)

Duties included, but not limited to:

  • Attend meetings and site visits with project managers and take detailed notes.
  • Contact and coordinate vendors for corporate programs, including but not limited to: entertainment, caterers, venues, transportation.
  • Continue to maintain CE Group’s relationships with vendors.
  • Maintain Microsoft documents (Excel, Word) with detailed information including staffing orders, service orders, and suppliers reserved forms.
  • Research for new ideas, entertainment and venues.
  • Assist Operations Manager in preparing for programs, such as send reconfirmation emails to staff, prepare check requests, and advance venues.
  • Assist in project close outs and post event activities by gathering timesheets, invoices, hand writing thank you notes, distributing surveys, etc.

 

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

  • Strong, personable customer service and communication skills, both oral and verbal.

  • Ability to contribute creative ideas and solutions to the CEDMC team

  • Ability to multi-task; deliver results while balancing multiple projects at once.

  • Strong time-management skills.

  • Must be able to work with a team, communicate well, and function within an office environment.

NATIONAL SPORTS & MARKETING

Compensation: Unpaid; with occasional paid event staffing opportunities

Length: Flexible hours within semester according to school calendar

Requirement: 12 – 20 hours

Reports To:  CEDMC Director and Janet Holliday (President & CEO)

Duties included, but not limited to:

  • Attend meetings and site visits with project managers and take detailed notes.
  • Contact and coordinate vendors for corporate programs, including but not limited to: entertainment, caterers, venues, transportation.
  • Continue to maintain CE Group’s relationships with vendors.
  • Maintain Microsoft documents (Excel, Word) with detailed information including staffing orders, service orders, and suppliers reserved forms.
  • Research for new ideas, entertainment and venues.
  • Assist Operations Manager in preparing for programs, such as send reconfirmation emails to staff, prepare check requests, and advance venues.
  • Assist in project close outs and post event activities by gathering timesheets, invoices, hand writing thank you notes, distributing surveys, etc.

 

Qualifications:

  • Strong in Microsoft PowerPoint and proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.

  • Strong, personable customer service and communication skills, both oral and verbal.

  • Ability to contribute creative ideas and solutions to the CEDMC team

  • Ability to multi-task; deliver results while balancing multiple projects at once.

  • Strong time-management skills.

  • Must be able to work with a team, communicate well, and function within an office environment.

  • Must be able to assist with loading and unloading at events: lifting and moving items up to 30 lbs.

NOTE FOR ALL INTERN APPLICANTS

As a CE Group intern, you will:         

Gain knowledge and understanding of a variety of aspects in the event marketing industry.

Develop an understanding of practical applications of theories and concepts learned in university courses (ie: event planning, communications, public relations, marketing classes) to analyze the business practices observed in the events industry.

Develop an awareness of the scope of jobs available within the field and acquire competencies directly related to these jobs.

Be set-up with a company email and work on various projects as assigned.

Behavior:        

Students in the events internship program gain valuable work experience and make both a personal and professional impression on clients, colleagues and partners. At the same time, the student is representing The CE Group and creating a lasting impression that will influence future interns for years to come. It is expected that the intern will, at all times, look and act in a highly professional manner.

Appropriate Attire:

Interns will not only be in The CE Group office, but will also have the opportunity to attend client meetings with associates. Interns need to be aware of the type of meeting that they will be attending and the appropriate attire for the meeting. Please note that casual attire such as jeans and flip-flops are not work appropriate.

If you are interested in applying for an internship with The CE Group or for more information, please email your resume and cover letter (and writing sample if interested in the Integrated Communications & Marketing Internship) to:

Megann Pettit, Internship Manager at mpettit@cegroupinc.net