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Who We Are

DC Fray is DC’s largest lifestyle community with nearly 45,000 annual participants in 2016. Our mission is to Make Fun Possible!

To accomplish that mission we organize social sport leagues, special events, and increasingly promote news and information that helps our members have fun! From Kickball leagues to tubing trips and bar crawls to new year’s eve parties, DC Fray holds a unique place in the fabric of the city. With portions of our league dating back to 2004 we have over a decade of experience creating incredible experiences for our members and strong relationships with our partners.

To accomplish all we do we have pulled together an amazing team of individuals with an eclectic background in marketing, sports management, community development, business administration, and event planning. Interning at DC Fray will give you the opportunity to have direct hands on experience and mentorship in a way that other internships just aren’t able to provide.

We look forward to you joining our team!

The Internship Program

Most students will complete a 300-400 hour internship to satisfy graduation requirements. This equates to 40 hours per week for 7-10 weeks. Some students will need to stay longer and some will have shorter practicum requirements with less time commitment. These cases will be addressed individually but typically interns must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week for a minimum of 6 weeks to be considered for placement. Interns are hosted year round with flexible schedules!

We pay $150/month stipend to all interns, to help cover their transportation costs related to the position, for the duration of their internship.

Students have three specific areas of specialization to select from: Graphic Design, Content Marketing, and Data Analysis.

Interns can also expect that there were be several areas of the business that each position will get exposed to, but will not be the focus of their internship. On top of their daily activities and exposure, they will be given a "master" project in their area of interest.  

Students will work alongside their department Manager developing marketing and branding strategies, allocating marketing dollars for different media outlets, developing ads, creating social media promotions, doing research and more.

The Data Analyst will be responsible for cross-functional tasks and projects including:

Extract marketing data from multiple sources into Excel to gain insight with regard to marketing metrics and ROI.

Organize data and update multiple dashboards.

Gathering data and analyzing results to gain business and customer insights

Reporting on campaign results, highlighting successes, failures, trends, and opportunities

Developing customer and partner-facing reports and marketing materials

Presenting findings to management to inform business decisions

This is an analytical position that involves analyzing marketing data using Excel, developing marketing models and forecasts, developing online surveys and assessing their results, and conducting market research. The candidate will have demonstrated ability to manipulate and analyze data to solve problems (marketing problems preferred). Must demonstrate basic knowledge of statistics, research procedures and survey methodology.

The ideal candidate will enjoy taking the initiative, work on multiple projects independently and be eager to learn marketing from the inside out. Candidates with a strong desire and aptitude to have a marketing analyst role following graduation will have the opportunity to build their resume with specific and substantive projects.

Interns will focus on the following:

  • Undergo orientation and training about DC Fray and our mission;
  • Gain experience working in their desired department;
  • Identify and execute a project that advances their knowledge of the concentration area;
  • Understanding of the processes for their area of concentration for DC Fray (planning to execution);
  • Assist their mentor with research, project planning, and the execution of tasks.

To apply interns should prepare their "pitch" on which area they are interested and why they would be a great fit for DC Fray! Interns should include links to any portfolio items or resources that will help us in our selection process.

All interested candidates will be expected to analyze United Fray and create 5-6 PowerPoint slides as part of the interview process.

For more information about the place, culture, and atmosphere you'll be working in, please go to United Fray Careers website at

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