: Digital Partnerships Intern

SidelineSwap is looking for a Partnerships Intern to join our growing marketing team. This is a great opportunity for a current college senior, or a recent graduate. Preferably, we are looking for an athlete (current or former) majoring in Marketing, Communications/PR, Journalism, Business Development/Management or another related field. This is a paid opportunity!


  • Reach out to college, youth and other sports organizations for partnership opportunities with SidelineSwap 

  • Prospect lists of organizations to contact

  • Take calls and pitch organizations on our sponsorship offer

  • 10 hours per week minimum (we would prefer you to come into the SidelineSwap office and work from here, at least once per week)

About SidelineSwap

SidelineSwap is the leading marketplace in the sporting goods industry. Our platform blends commerce with community to deliver a fresh marketplace experience that’s attracted more than 300k athletes, parents, coaches and entrepreneurs since we launched in 2015.

Currently, we are a small but growing team of hardworking professionals with a variety of skills sets. What we all have in common is a belief in our company’s mission: to make sports more affordable. If you’re looking to join a high-growth startup where you can make a direct impact right away, SidelineSwap may be the place for you.

We are backed by some of the best venture capital firms in consumer tech, including Global Founders Capital, and our advisors include former executives from Etsy, Staples, Amazon, and ESPN. We’re alumni of 500 Startups, MassChallenge, and the Harvard iLab.


  • You know how to hustle

  • You're detail-oriented and well-organized

  • You do whatever it takes to get the job done

  • You feel comfortable using/updating/maintaining spreadsheets

  • You feel comfortable talking on the phone 

  • You “learn by doing”

  • Creative thinker: you're not afraid to pitch new ideas; you're scrappy and are able to come up with creative solutions of how to solve difficult problems

  • Self-starter: you don’t need to have a manager looking over your shoulder all day

  • Team-first mentality: you’re passionate about sports, and you know what it means to “buy in” to a company’s mission