A LeBron James mural designed for the side of the Sherwin Williams building has been submitted for consideration by the city.
CLEVELAND - While LeBron James is busy trying to lead the Miami Heat to an NBA championship, he's also looking for interns for his website.
James posted a description the LeBronJames.com internship program on his Facebook page Monday.
The program has "openings for students who have an interest in online content development and digital sports marketing."
Interested candidates are required to be currently attending college or a four year university and available at least 10 hours a week.
Desired qualifications include residence in Ohio, South Florida or New York, communications experience, basic knowledge of XHTML/CSS and photography or videography and fluency in Spanish.
Interns will be responsible for communicating with LeBron fans worldwide, researching trends and assisting content developers for LeBronJames.com.
You can apply by submitting a resume, cover letter and writing sample of at least 500 words explaining why you are "the perfect person for the internship" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
However, the listing explicitly states not to call, tweet or send messages on Facebook.
The deadline is Tuesday, June 4 at 10 a.m.
For more information on the program: http://on.wews.com/ZeeSeA
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