We look for bright individuals who can think on their feet, be resourceful and aren’t afraid to jump in and get dirty. If you’re looking for real life experience in the industry, or need college credit, we look for people with a willingness to roll up their sleeves and join the team!
The internships associated with Team Player Productions will allow students to get invaluable hands-on training in the popular and fast-growing field of events management.
– Jeff Miller, Professor CSU Hospitality Management Department
This is not a get-bagels-and-coffee kind of internship. We put a lot of responsibility on our interns to manage several projects at once and immerse them in our work hard play hard culture.
Interns are given projects pertaining to each of our upcoming events including social media, marketing, booking talent, creative research, volunteer management, administrative duties, testing and coming up with challenges, sponsorship fulfillment and much more!
Focus on research, logistics, marketing and planning for upcoming events and get to see in depth the behind the scenes efforts that go into each event.
Jump in on the busiest part of our season. Interns get the chance to see our largest events up close and personal. Interns are assigned essential tasks that they will see through from the office to the event.
Similar to the Spring internship, interns help wrap up the event season while planning and revamping for next year.
Almost all of our current full time staff started with TPP through our internship program. We are a dynamic and exciting company looking for new talent. This experience is unique in the expectations of our staff and the variety of events that we produce. No other company in CO produces the scale and variety of events that TPP does. Interning with TPP will immerse you in the world of large event planning and festivals. Our interns have gone on be successful in many aspects of event planning due to the experience they gained with us.
Our interns work with each event director on various daily projects like research and social media, to big project on the event (such as managing the backstage area at TFC or an ancillary event at the wine festivals). You will have some projects with the event director or other interns and some that you will do on your own, but as a small company we collaborate quite a bit.
Our internship is not paid, however we are flexible on hours if you have a part time job. We typically ask for about 15 hours a week. When we travel to events the company will cover all travel expenses (food, gas, hotel etc).
(GPA, classes taken, work experience, etc…) We are pretty flexible on past experience and classes. We have interns from all kinds of backgrounds and majors. Interns are not required to be in school or receive course credit, we do however require you to commit to the entirety of the internship.