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street­foot­ball­world gGmbH - Ber­lin

street­foot­ball­world is a glo­bal NGO that har­nes­ses the power of foot­ball to tackle some of the grea­test social chal­len­ges of our time. The orga­ni­sa­tion’s work sup­ports an inter­na­tio­nal net­work of over 120 grass­roots orga­ni­sa­ti­ons that use foot­ball as a tool to address deep-roo­ted com­mu­nity issues, ran­ging from refu­gee inte­gra­tion in Ire­land to gen­der equa­lity in Kenya. Collec­tively, the net­work empowers more than two mil­lion dis­ad­van­ta­ged young people per year.


for our pro­ject Com­mon Goal


Com­mon Goal is gui­ded by an ambi­tious vision: to unite the foot­ball indus­try in the name of social change.

The idea is simple. Foot­ball play­ers pledge 1% of their sala­ries to a collec­tive fund. And we allo­cate this fund to high-impact foot­ball cha­ri­ties based all over the world.

It’s a small com­mit­ment that dri­ves big change—buil­ding a bridge bet­ween the world of pro­fes­sio­nal foot­ball and the sustainable deve­lop­ment of our pla­net.

Juan Mata and Mats Hum­mels have alre­ady set the move­ment in motion. And we want you to join them.

We’re loo­king for a com­mu­nity manage­ment intern to join our talen­ted, pas­sio­nate team. In the role, you’ll work clo­sely with our com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons mana­ger to share com­pel­ling con­tent across our social media chan­nels. You’ll also help manage our rela­ti­ons­hips with pro­fes­sio­nal foot­bal­lers and media con­tacts. And, of course, you’ll get to play some foot­ball. We love kicking off the day with a game from time to time.

  • Sup­port in deve­lo­ping and refi­ning our social media stra­tegy
  • Con­cei­ving, draf­ting and pos­ting con­tent for our com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons chan­nels
  • Main­tai­ning an active online Com­mon Goal com­mu­nity
  • Over­see­ing and impro­ving each stage of the player onboar­ding jour­ney
  • Mana­ging our main­stream media con­tacts

Er­war­te­te Qua­li­fi­ka­tio­nen:

  • You have a keen and active inte­rest in com­mu­nity manage­ment and rela­ti­ons­hip buil­ding
  • You have some pro­fes­sio­nal expe­ri­ence working in digi­tal com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons
  • You are ide­ally a native Eng­lish spea­ker (bonus points for addi­tio­nal lan­gua­ges)
  • You are a matri­cu­la­ted uni­ver­sity stu­dent—pre­fe­r­a­bly in an advan­ced semes­ter
  • You buy into our mis­sion and are wil­ling to go the extra mile for the cause

Un­ser An­ge­bot:

  • A paid internship of 3-6 months (depen­ding on your sta­tus)
  • Real res­pon­si­bi­lity from day one and full ownership of your tasks
  • An immer­sive expe­ri­ence that con­nects you to the foot­ball indus­try and cha­rity sec­tor
  • A sti­mu­la­ting work envi­ron­ment with lovely col­leagues and flat hier­ar­chies
  • The oppor­tu­nity to be part of a gro­wing move­ment that’s chan­ging the game for good

Hin­wei­se zur Be­wer­bung:

Do you think you have what it takes to become our next com­mu­nity manage­ment intern? If so, you can get yours­elf in the game by sub­mit­ting the fol­lo­wing to And­rew Erlan­ger,

  • A CV or link to your Lin­ke­dIn pro­file
  • A 250-300 word cover let­ter—sta­ting your inte­rest and expe­ri­ence
  • No more than 400 words on one social media trend or stra­tegy that you would look to imple­ment

Start date is ASAP. Please put the words ‘Com­mu­nity Manage­ment Intern’ in the title of your email.

What are you waiting for? Get cracking with the app­li­ca­tion and help us take our game to the next level.