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Intern at One of the Fastest Growing SF Tech Startups: Eventbrite

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Voted one of the “Best Places to Work” by the San Francisco Business Times in 2012, Eventbrite is a online ticketing service deidcated to bringing people together for live events.

Although we can’t promise you tickets to the next Beyoncé concert, we will reassure you that interning with Eventbrite will bestow hands-on experience in sectors like marketing, sales, engineering, and more!

Located in the heart of San Francisco, Eventbrite provides an open workspace where “Briterns” (as they like to call them) can grow and learn, while assisting in the expansion of an upcoming brand.

The Account Manager intern  will oversee the success of high-profile events, managing massive music festivals and international films. The ideal candidate is creative and passionate about technology, event industry, and startups.

The Mobile Engineer Intern will work closely with advanced developers, assisting in the improvement of iOS and android apps. Successful candidates will develop the same tools used by event organizers to sale tickets and check in attendees on their mobile phones.

If you have the “Gift of Gab,” sales may the industry for you. The Sales Intern will be responsible for multiple projects including updating sales materials and developing projects to present to senior managers.

The Category Marketing Intern will help conduct market research and marketing strategies. Duties will include employing offline and online advertising, running social media channels, email marketing and content strategy. Applicants should be creative, excellent writers, and pursuing an MBA.

The Field Operations Intern will work closely with the Asset Manager to confirm the delivery of equipment to clients spread across North America. Candidates should be tech savvy and have a solid understanding of asset management business functions.

For more information about Eventbrite’s PAID internships, head over to their Campus Hub to apply!

 

 

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