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D.C. United Hispanic Communications Internship (Washington D.C.)

* Written and oral fluency in Spanish
* Journalism and Communications background preferred
* Soccer (Futbol) knowledge- International and Latin American Football
* Writing samples in English and Spanish are helpful
* Ability to translate content from English to Spanish and vice versa
* Possess interpersonal and public speaking skills
* Produce content for the Spanish section of the website
Please e-mail a resume, cover letter and writing sample in both English and Spanish to Boris Flores (bflores@dcunited.com) to apply for the Hispanic Communications Internship.
Although soccer is still considered by many to be a “niche sport” in United States, more Americans are being converted to fans of the glorious game as each year passes. With the birth of Major League Soccer in 1996, the U.S. once again had a top-flight league, allowing soccer-hungry fans across the country to watch the world’s most popular sport in their own backyard. As a charter member of MLS, D.C. United first stepped onto the pitch in 1996, and the team from the Nation’s Capital would quickly set the standard for excellence in the league on the field and in the stands. In its short, eight-year history, D.C. United has earned more domestic and international honors than any other American side, done battle against some of the world’s most famous clubs and built a fiercely loyal and dedicated fan base that understands and appreciates world-class soccer.