Internships


HOG_internsWork for THE HOG!

If you are the center of attention wherever you go, can work a smartphone and love music… YOU are more than qualified for a job in radio!

The Promotions / Marketing Department at 102.9 THE HOG is accepting resumés from college students interested and serious about revvin’ up their skill set while getting real-world experience from Milwaukee’s leading street team.  Get your foot in the door and learn from the best!

You will represent our radio station to listeners at events, concerts, bars / clubs, festivals and anywhere we need to squeal the word!

Internships are available to all college levels or accredited broadcasting / media school programs. Hours are flexible and will vary with individual schedules; however, applicants must be available to work mostly weekend and evening hours.

 

We are looking for people who are:
• Enthusiastic
• Outgoing
• Driven
• Safe drivers with a valid WI driver’s license and a clean driving record.

If these qualities describe you, and you are interested in a job in radio,
email a cover letter and resumé to: erica@1029thehog.com

or… you can send it snail mail:

Erica Cieslak
Promotions Manager 102.9 THE HOG
5407 W. McKinley Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53208

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