A very good news for the young motorcycle enthusiasts. A recent posting from Harley-Davidson should have them buzzing and perhaps clearing their summer calendars.
According to their posting its clear that Harley-Davidson is going to launch their new internship courses for the young motor-bikers that will combine media marketing with open road riding.
The Company is looking for a “passionate social media enthusiasts’. The intern contains 40 hour-a-week, 12 week paid position where they will teach 8 college students How to ride at their H-D Riding Academy. They will also get a “crash course” for their marketing purpose at Harley-Davidson’s Milwaukee headquarters, before taking their motorcycle and related products and to events and showcases and others, and also documenting the whole journey by taking photos and short videos for Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter.
So it seems that at the end of the internship, they’ll not only have experiences but also get to keep a bike, by completing H-D Riding Academy course and secure motorcycle endorsement within a certain time frame, according to Harley-Davidson’s post.
The internship is open to for all college juniors, seniors and recent grades, 18 years or older.
The quote for the intern is “grow the sport of motorcycling”.
The deadline of the application is May 11. More detail about the intern and the deadline can be found on the Harley-Davidson’s website.
Peoples are calling it an incredible deal or a once-in-a-life-time opportunity.
Some aren’t convinced that the internship is a good idea or not. A reaction posted on a well-known journal yesterday said that Harley-Davidson is trying to “lure” youths to motorcycle culture. It also contains the possibility liability issue of giving young adults expensive motorcycles.
Harley-Davidson establish its Riding Academy in an effort to attract new customers.