Community Investment Intern (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 1, 2016
I love working for the Devils. Hockey is my favorite sport and it's such an interactive environment. The hours are unusual because you work games but I wouldn't change it. The people who I work with are great and I love my managers.
I thoroughly enjoyed working for the management team at the New Jersey Devils. All fun loving people, who are all about career growth and advancement.
The environment is fun and energetic, great for recent college grads! Makes every day a fun competition, with contests and prizes (Like days off)
The schedule is very taxing and demanding especially during the season. However, they do reward employees with shutter days, 1/2 day fridays over the summer, and occasional team building activities outside of the workplace.
The toughest part about the job is making the phone calls every day, and dealing with the ups and downs of sales. Otherwise, this is a great place to start a career!
Assist the Marketing Director with daily needs on events, logistics, and media buying. Build databases and support for marketing efforts, video production shoots, and support the marketing staff in day-to-day department operations. • Create benchmarking documents for promotional events such as Military appreciation games • Create and organize spreadsheets for Marketing promotions • Maintain and monitor call log • Build and grow relationships with New Jersey colleges for college night promotions. • Maintain internal databases and attend meetings with the marketing staff.
Prudential Center Marketing Intern (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – June 25, 2014
Interns for the Prudential Center and New Jersey Devils are given tasks similar to that of full-time employees. Interns are relied upon heavily and are able to get some beneficial experience. The majority of the office is young and has a fun/competitive atmosphere to it.
Promotional Staff (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – August 1, 2012
It was fun to learn the business side of AHL Hockey games and the work that goes into them. My co-workers were nice, the management, not so much. It was a Coors Light promotional team, so at times it was hard to promote it when I am not even of legal drinking age. The most enjoyable part of the job was doing events with the team in the community to build a fan base because the team is new to the Albany area and engaging fans at the game.