BECOME A MLB60 INFLUENCER
Would you like the chance to become an influencer for Major League Baseball?
Do you love keeping active and would you like to help motivate your followers to do the same?
Major League Baseball’s new sport, MLB60, is on the look-out for influential students with a strong social media following to promote MLB60 Taster Sessions and help students all across the UK university campuses trial the new social sport.
The role will require you to create Instagram or Tik Tok content that promotes MLB60 Taster Sessions at your university, and drives awareness and sign ups to these. MLB60 Taster Sessions during Term 3 will consist of music, F&B, gameplay plus a chance to be gifted with vouchers and post session social bar tabs to enjoy afterwards.
As long as you love producing engaging content on social media, then this is definitely the role for you
AS AN MLB60 INFLUENCER YOU WILL:
- Have a strong social following in the UK
- Be able to influence your friends and other people – a major part of your role will be influencing people to take part in the next MLB60 Taster Session at your university!
- Create fun, engaging and informative content
- Be passionate about success and adding value – this role will be yours to really own and impress us with
- It’s simple – create relatable, organic and informative content to be shared across your socials to promote MLB60 Taster Sessions at your university and encourage others to join.
YOUR REWARDS INCLUDE:
- Fantastic pay package to create fun content to be shared across your socials!
We’re looking to have recruited our influencers by Tuesday 4th May. Once you have applied below, you will be contacted by one of the Seed team who will confirm whether you have been selected for the role. You will be shared a brief to create your content and given the freedom to interpret it in your own style. Your content will require approval before posting across your social channels.
Seed is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. You and any job applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (“Protected Characteristics”).