HomeInterviewMinistry Of Sport Welcomes 2021 Intern Team

Ministry Of Sport Welcomes 2021 Intern Team

Ministry Of Sport Welcomes 2021 Intern Team

[mkdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#f55549″ background_color=””]M[/mkdf_dropcaps]
inistry of Sport has announced the signing of two new journalism interns for Q1 2021, Jordan Warren, and Joshua Mayne, after running a successful internship program in late 2020.

The Australian-based sports business news site was excited to welcome Warren and Mayne on 12-week deals, aimed at boosting the business, and providing a platform for the incoming interns to grow both professionally and personally.

The 2021 Ministry of Sport internship program comes off the back of a successful introductory internship program in late 2020, with special thanks to Alexia Antoniadis, Zane Gelsi and Lauren Thomas-Nehmy for their contributions and efforts.

The entire Ministry of Sport team was thrilled to welcome Warren and Mayne to the team, with Ministry of Sport editor, Joshua Hodson, saying he has no doubt they will be perfect additions to the team.

“I’m very excited to welcome both Jordan (Warren) and Josh M (Mayne) to the Ministry of Sport team,” Hodson said.

“I know they will both make excellent journalists, and the entire sports business industry will welcome them with open arms.

“I can’t wait to see what great content they will put together and I’m excited to help them grow in any way I can.

“What a way to start the year,” he said.

It comes from a new generation of news contributors, primarily to enhance the sports business experience according to Ministry of Sport founder, Ben Parsons, when he was asked why there’s a need to harbour and grow the talent base.

“We believe the sector can foster and increase and entertain the names and profiles of brands and their executives in any administration, weather it be codes or commercial brands,” Parsons said.

“The audience loves the knowledge and it keeps them informed on a daily basis, the internship is so important.

“The sporting intelligence sector has struggled after a year of COVID-19, to give juniors an offering, our goals are clear to offer more for them going forward to really provide value, insights and commercial connections; the internship program is real life publishing experience,” he said.

Ministry of Sport intern from late 2020, Alexia Antoniadis said when asked about her experience with Ministry of Sport: “Ministry Of Sport offered me the first stepping-stone in my professional career, by publishing my work and giving real industry experience.”

“I was able to develop my confidence speaking to industry contacts in a safe and supportive space,” she said.

Share With:
Rate This Article
No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.