A summer of golf in South Texas

0 Commentsby   |  01.29.15  |  Uncategorized

In support of its Junior Golf Program,  the Southern Texas Section of the PGA of America is accepting applications for a 3-month internship (May 15 to Aug. 15) focused around communication and media. It will entail being on-site at tournaments, updating the junior golf website, making highlight and promotional videos, writing press releases, and other areas of the operation that need assistance. The STPGA runs tournaments all across the southern part of Texas for juniors ages 6-18. This internship may cover a few events where PGA Professionals participate in tournaments.

This is a full-time job with a minimum of a 40-hour work week. This paid internship will have required weekend work and ground travel will be involved. The intern will be given a month-by-month schedule upon arrival.

Send your resume and cover letter by mail or email to: Thomas Hutton, (thutton@pgahq.com), director of Junior Golf, Southern Texas PGA Attn: Thomas Hutton 21604 Cypresswood Dr. Spring, TX 77373.

STPGA hopes to fill the position by the end of February.

Christian radio position at top Houston station

0 Commentsby   |  01.27.15  |  Uncategorized

KSBJ is a non-commercial, listener-supported Christian music station in Houston – Arbitron market #6.  The station is consistently ranked in the top-5 of more than 40 stations in Houston and has received awards through the years from Radio & Records, Program Director dot Net, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB,) and Christian Music Broadcasters (CMB.)  Also, KSBJ has been recognized in 2011, 2012, and 2013 as one of the Best Christian Workplaces in America.

KSBJ mentoring director Heide Jones (hjones@ksbj.org) is looking for a paid summer intern. After a few days of overview and getting to know more about the station, she’ll partner this student with the department head who oversees the area of broadcasting they’re most interested in. Then, from June 1 – August 7 (flexible with your schedule), the intern will be immersed in 10 weeks of hands-on broadcast ministry.

The prime candidate for this postion will have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and be planning to pursue a career in Christian radio. To apply and for more information, go to www.ksbj.org and click on the KSBJ Careers link at the top of the page.

 

Consulting and creative services in Houston

0 Commentsby   |  01.22.15  |  Uncategorized

GideonStone, LLC, an award-winning, boutique consulting and creative services firm based in the Houston area, is seeking a smart, highly motivated, multi-talented ACU intern for the summer months. The individual must plan to live in the Houston area from mid-May through mid-August or June through mid-August. We’ll pay $10/hour, 20 hours a week, maximum of 80 hours per month for three months. The intern will be a contract employee of our company. The ideal candidate will have completed his or her junior year and will have taken several classes in journalism, public relations, web/publication design and/or marketing.

We will not reimburse for travel expenses, but the job should require only periodic, short trips for errands (picking up a print job, office supplies, etc.). Our home office is in Missouri City, and depending on where the individual lives, a Texas toll tag may be helpful. We will provide a phone line for all calls. We would prefer that the individual come to our office for work hours, though there will be some flexibility, depending on the project assignments.

I’m happy to serve as an intern supervisor if the individual needs to get college credit for the summer internship. Interns please note that both full-time partners in the firm, Dr. Michelle Morris and Ric Morris, are ACU alumni and love working with ACU students and grads.
Some of the types of work that may be expected includes writing/editing for print or online; phone calls to update a university-based mailing list; online background research; marketing planning and research; press releases and media tracking; website updates; basic design (if skills are strong). Our clients include universities, nonprofits, a law firm, K-12 private schools, a hospital system, a foundation and a start-up national company, among others.
Plenty of coffee is provided!

The individual must be:

  • Bright and highly motivated
  • Pleasant and outgoing
  • Energetic, on time and organized
  • Familiar with the higher education environment
  • A strategic thinker
  • Able to conduct an effective interview, in person and on the phone
  • Knowledgeable about communications and marketing; hands-on experience preferred
  • Able to write quickly and well
  • Able to edit effectively
  • Articulate and able to be understood clearly on the phone
  • Willing to make several hundred phone calls without frustration and record detailed information accurately
  • A roll-up-their-sleeves and work hard person
Other notes:
  • Must be highly proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint; helps to be familiar with Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Microsoft Publisher
  • Can be Mac or PC oriented; we use Macs but also have an available PC for use. If using a Mac, will need to provide his/her own computer (probably best, if possible). If the individual has Adobe Creative Suite, that’s an added bonus.

Bonus skills:

  • Experience in web content creation and publishing (CMS)
  • Basic ability to shoot and edit photos and/or videos
  • Proficient with video or interactive presentation software
  • Research/report development skills (using available data sources and compiling into a meaningful report)
  • Email marketing knowledge

We’d like to receive: 1) a resume; 2) a link to an online portfolio or emailed samples of work (mail can work, too, but we’re moving pretty quickly); 3) three non-family references; 4) a one-page cover letter explaining why the individual is the right person for this internship.

This information should be emailed to my attention at mm@gideonstone.com, no later than Thursday, Feb. 12, at 5 p.m.

The principals of GideonStone, LLC will be in Abilene the weekend of Feb. 13-15 and will be able to conduct in-person interviews on Saturday morning, if scheduling permits. If not, phone interviews are acceptable as well. Thanks!

Michelle Morris, Ed.D.
CEO and Managing Partner
GideonStone, LLC

TV production opportunity in LA

0 Commentsby   |  01.22.15  |  Uncategorized

JMC alum Sommerly Simser works with Bunim/Murray Productions, creator of a number of popular television programs. She has alerted us to Bunim/Murray’s internship program in Los Angeles, either throughout a semester or all summer. The internships are unpaid, but offer experience in these departments: Casting, Story, Editing, Music, Pre-production, Post Production, New Show Development, Business Development, Accounting/Finance, Human Resources, Legal, New Media and Website Design. Details are at http://www.bunim-murray.com/internships/, but Sommerly (ssimser@Bunim-Murray.com) wouldn’t mind being contacted for tips and advice.

Summer marketing and sales internship

0 Commentsby   |  12.03.14  |  Uncategorized

The AroundCampus Group is the leading collegiate media and marketing company in the U.S and works with over 200 universities. As an AroundCampus summer sales intern you will help connect your college campus with the local community by selling advertising that will appear on our award-winning mobile app, website, and in AroundCampus Student Planner.

As a Sales Representative you will:

• Spread the word: You’ll be responsible for growing our customer base by consulting with local and national businesses in your college town

• Be out and about: This is NOT a desk job! You will be in the business community prospecting and working hands-on with clients to build the best advertising package for their business

• Work full-time this summer, Monday – Friday from 8:30am-5:30pm

• Be a campus ambassador: Act and think like a market expert for your college community by providing market perspective and advice to your clients

• Attend our week-long, nationally recognized Sales Foundations Academy Training Program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus; all expenses paid

• Develop your interpersonal and professional skills as an individual and in a team setting

• Work closely with a full time Regional Manager to develop sales and marketing skills

• Work in a team sales environment and deliver on both personal and team goals

• Gain a skill set that will set you apart from your peers in today’s job market

We want people who are:

• Confident, driven, competitive and obsessed about their future

• Great listeners who love to work with people

• Goal-oriented people who like working alone as much as they like working with a team

• Willing to constantly learn, improve, and adapt quickly

• Excited about discovering and exploring your college town

• Versatile; building relationships across many verticals

Wonder what happens after the internship?

We also have an awesome line up of 19 Career Partners waiting to talk to you about their full time, highly coveted positions once you have completed the AC program. Check them out:

ADP • MemoryBlue • Bloomberg BNA • Echo Business Solutions • TEKSystems

Ferguson • Enterprise • Edward Jones • Paycom• Federated Insurance • Vocus

Verengo Solar • CEB • Stephen Gould • Tom James • AT&T • Reynolds & Reynolds

Internship Requirements:

• Open summer schedule to work Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5:30 pm

• You MUST have housing and a vehicle in one of the following markets: Abilene, Austin, College Station, Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, Houston, Huntsville, Lubbock, Nacogdoches, or Waco- in your application, please specify which location you are best qualified for.

Apply online: www.aroundcampusgroup.com/os-apply

Contact Janelle directly at jmason@aroundcampus.com

Immediate opportunity with NPR in Alaska

0 Commentsby   |  12.03.14  |  Uncategorized

News Director Dave Bendinger was recently on campus, and offered JMC majors this great adventure:
Internship opportunity at KDLG Public Radio in Dillingham, Alaska:  We are a small but robust NPR member station located in the heart of Bristol Bay, Alaska. Dillingham has a yearly population just over 2,000, but our broadcast range carries us to villages near and far. For most, we are the only radio station on the dial, and the only source of daily local news, weather, music, and announcements.
What will you get to do? Report, of course. You’ll be tasked with gathering local news, primarily for broadcast on our airwaves and publishing on our website. Local news can be voicers, wraps, and packages, and we’ll send them, at a minimum, to our fellow stations in Bethel, Unalaska, Nome, and Kodiak. We also are a member of the Alaska Public Radio Network, which produces a 30 minute statewide evening newscast and several statewide newscasts in the morning, meaning your material can/will air all over Alaska.
What else? We partner with The Bristol Bay Times weekly newspaper, as well as the Alaska Dispatch (our state’s largest paper), and even KTVA, the CBS affiliate in Anchorage. So the sky’s the limit. Write articles, take good photos, get published in print.
The exposure and networking that can be done through KDLG is probably hard to beat. You’ll be working, reporting, not just making copies and coffee. The wild, rugged north has much to offer the intrepid newsperson / storyteller; come give it your all!

Dave Bendinger

KDLG News Director

 

Intern on the golf course?

0 Commentsby   |  11.06.14  |  Uncategorized

The Northern Texas PGA is seeking four qualified applicants for a 17-week paid internship position in golf tournament operations during the spring of 2015, and again in the summer. Successful applicants will be responsible for helping to conduct all day-to-day operations of our Junior Tour and Professional tournament program. It appears that this might work for some JMC students.

In the spring season, the Junior Tour provides weekly golf tournaments throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex for junior golfers ages 7-19. Professional tournaments include the Players Tour, NTPGA Pro-Assistant, Pro-Pro, and Pro-Scratch Championships, and AT&T Byron Nelson Championship and WNB Golf Classic qualifying events.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, résumé and list of references. Letters of recommendation are not required but are strongly encouraged. Specify that you are applying for the Spring Internship. Additional information is under the internship tab at the bottom of the website at www.ntpgajuniorgolf.com. Applications will be accepted via mail or e-mail. Submit all materials or questions to Brittany Beckett.

Brittany Beckett
Senior Coordinator of Junior Tour Operations 15150 Preston Road, Suite 250
Dallas, Texas 75248
(214) 420-7421 ext. 115 bbeckett@ntpga.com

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Pre-tournament administrative work including printing of pairings, scorecards, scoreboards, and creation of local rules
  • Pre-tournament responsibilities such as golf course marking, selecting hole locations, equipment setup and developing operational plans
  • On-site responsibilities such as registration, tee set-up, starting, rules officiating, scoring, live scoring, and awards presentations
  • Effectively communicate with PGA professionals and host professional staff, parents, and junior golfers
  • Reconciliation of financial and result summaries
  • Manage Company equipment inventory and maintenance
  • In-office support of Junior Tour and Professional Tournament programming

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Enjoy working with children and young adults ages 7-19
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Organized,punctual,energetic,and a self starter
  • Ability to work and communicate effectively in a team based environment
  • Innovative and creative
  • Detail oriented
  • General computer knowledge (MicrosoftOffice)
  • Basic knowledge of the game of golf
  • Rules of Golf knowledge a plus
  • College degree (or working towards a degree) required
  • Automobile access with willingness and ability to travel within the Dallas/FortWorth  Metroplex required
  • Interest in a career in golf or sports administration is preferred
  • Must have existing insurance through school or parents

Planning for Christian Service Center

0 Commentsby   |  08.28.14  |  Uncategorized

Dr. Larry Fitzgerald is seeking two to four unpaid interns to assist him with developing a PR-Communications plan for the transition of the Woodlawn Church of Christ and Abilene’s Christian Service Center, which provides food, clothing and other resources to families and individuals. Here is a brief summary of the duties:

1. Research of attitudes and makeup of the Woodlawn neighborhood, the Woodlawn church, volunteers in CSC, and the city at large.

2. Research the makeup of the Woodlawn church and CSC volunteers and determine how to best incorporate the necessary changes.

3. Develop a comprehensive plan with immediate, 2-year and 5-year goals and methodology.

Fitzgerald says, “Ideally, the intern candidate should be one who is a professing Christian who would like to use his or her talent for Christian-based organizations such as the Christian Service Center or a local church. However, the experience gained will help the student in both the non-profit and the corporate environments.”

Prospective students might be those who aspire to work in public relations, marketing, non-profit management, Christian ministry or similar fields.

Fitzgerald has more than 30 years experience in public relations and marketing, having worked for major corporations and non-profit organizations. He has directed college interns for over 10 years and taught in journalism and advertising for Texas Christian University and Bible for several colleges.

Contact him at drfitz3@aol.com.

 

ACU Dining Services P2P internship

1 Commentby   |  08.19.14  |  Uncategorized

Marissa Thompson, the marketing specialist for ACU Dining Services, is looking for students to participate in a newly formulated Peer to Peer team. The job duties will include event management, meal plan sales, marketing surveys, etc. to be executed throughout the fall and spring semester. Outside of free meals, this opportunity begins as non-paid, but it has the potential to evolve into a paid internship.

You can contact her at thompson-marissa@aramark.com.

Houston marketing and events opportunity

0 Commentsby   |  08.14.14  |  Uncategorized

The Community Relations and Development Department of the Center for Hearing and Speech is seeking three fall interns:Volunteer and Events Coordination, Public Relations and Marketing, and Events Management. This is an opportunity to get hands-on experience in preparation for the center’s largest fundraiser, Houston Via Colori Street Painting Festival, www.HoustonViaColori.com

Volunteer and Events Coordination Internship:

The Center for Hearing and Speech in Houston is looking for a student studying a communications or project management-related field. Applicants interested in gaining a real hands-on experience and learning about volunteer engagement and event coordination of a local nonprofit are preferred. The candidate will work closely with the CHS Development Department. College credit may be obtained for this internship.

Duties will include assisting in preparation for Houston Via Colori® (the Center’s annual street painting festival fundraiser), planning the artist reception, volunteer coordination, some promotional weekend events, and other relevant tasks. This position also will include a focus on volunteer relations and appreciation. Candidate will need to be available for Via Colori the weekend of November 22 – 23.

Public Relations and Marketing Internship:

The Center for Hearing and Speech in Houston is seeking a student studying public relations, marketing, journalism or a communications-related field. Applicants interested in gaining a real hands-on experience and learning about the communications side of a local nonprofit are preferred. The candidate will work closely with the CHS Development Department. Internship is unpaid, but course credit may be received. Internship will be September 9 – December 4, 2014. Candidate will need to be available for Via Colori the weekend of November 22 – 23.

Duties will include research, writing, assisting in all PR and marketing initiatives, assisting in preparation for Houston Via Colori® (CHS’s annual street painting festival fundraiser), newsletter development, and other relevant tasks. This position also will include a focus on using social media networks as a valuable public relations tool.

Events Management Internship:

The Center for Hearing and Speech in Houston is seeking a student studying communications, business or marketing-related field. Applicants interested in gaining a real hands-on experience and learning about the event planning and logistics side of a local nonprofit are preferred. The candidate will work closely with the CHS Development Department. Internship is unpaid, but course credit may be received. Internship will be September 2 – December 4, 2014.

Duties will include managing the Via Colori® Scavenger Hunt (ticketing, logistics, marketing and public relations), assisting in preparation for Houston Via Colori® (CHS’s annual street painting festival fundraiser), and other relevant tasks.

Information

Applications are due on August 15.