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Houston-area non-profit has summer position

0 Commentsby   |  04.02.15  |  Uncategorized

Boys & Girls Harbor, a nonprofit organization in Houston that provides residential care for children who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family hardship is trying to fill an unpaid summer internship position of 15-20 weekly hours in its development office. Responsibilities include social media communication, database management, assisting with event planning, email campaigns, creating promotional videos, and creating online and print materials. You must have a driver’s license. Other qualifications include:

  • Graphic design experience
  • Video editing experience
  • Strong writing, editing and oral communication skills
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Willing to be flexible and adaptive in job duties

E-mail a resume and cover letter to Sara Arnett at sarnett@boysandgirlsharbor.org

Videography this summer in Uganda (and Fort Worth)?

0 Commentsby   |  04.02.15  |  Uncategorized

LivingStone University Partners is offering an opportunity for a summer internship to the right person with the right video and storytelling skills. It includes two weeks in Uganda and the rest of the summer in Fort Worth, where LUP is headquartered. More information is in this flyer:

LivingStone University Partners – Summer 2015 Internship

Digital media this summer in Guatemala?

0 Commentsby   |  03.30.15  |  Uncategorized

Matt Portillo from the nonprofit organization Champions in Action in Guatemala hopes to interview some ACU students for summer internships (roughly June-August) that include a small living stipend. The full description and application instructions can be found here: http://www.championsinaction.org/careers/digital-media-and-content-intern

A major resource for internship searches

0 Commentsby   |  03.16.15  |  Uncategorized

Chegg recently acquired one of the largest databases of internships and entry-level jobs in the online space. Students can access and match themselves to over 100,000+ internships from some of the top companies in the world on a free site. If you’ve been using Internships.com, you’ll want to switch to https://www.chegg.com/app/internships/.

More internships in the D.C. area

0 Commentsby   |  03.14.15  |  Uncategorized

From the Washington Media Institute, here’s another set of internship possibilities to consider:

  • Capitol Justice – Capitol Justice is a website covering every homicide in the D.C. area from the news alert, through the court system, to conviction. It is a unique chance to do the kind of serious social justice and beat journalism not available to most students.
  • The Downtowner – The Downtowner is the Washington DC newspaper reinventing itself as the voice of the energized downtown community. This is for students interested in lifestyle and community reporting. Students will have the opportunity to work in print, video, web, and photography.
  • The Cancer Letter – For the serious reporter looking to work in investigative, medical or government reporting, this is the place. The Cancer Letter broke the story that put Martha Stewart in jail. This publication, which covers the billion dollar cancer business, is the source of record for the New York Times.

Use this link (www.washingtonmediainstitute.org/) to find more information and an application. If you have questions: (217) 721-7195 or aknight@washmediainstitute.org.

Political journalism in your future?

0 Commentsby   |  02.12.15  |  Uncategorized

Here’s another summer program in Washington that provides an internship and up to nine semester hours of academic credit through George Mason University. The theme is political journalism, and deadline to apply is March 15:

http://www.dcinternships.org/?programs=political-journalism&details=true

Poland looking for interns

0 Commentsby   |  02.11.15  |  Uncategorized

Here’s a semester abroad possibility in Poland that includes an internship in several media-related fields: http://www.globaleducationleadership.org/internships-in-poland/. It’s for English speakers, but you can take a course in Polish, too.

FleishmanHillard looking for interns

0 Commentsby   |  02.09.15  |  Uncategorized

From ACU alumnus Ashley Luttrell comes this message of interest to Ad/PR majors:

I am on the FleishmanHillard Dallas intern recruiting team this year and wanted to share some materials. We also have a diversity fellowship for minority students/graduates that runs a little longer (6-12 months typically), and now includes hourly pay + benefits.

Below is a link to the current summer intern job description. Internships are full-time (37.5 hours/week) positions with hourly pay.

http://fleishmanhillard.com/job/public-relations-intern-summer-dallas/

Depending on client needs, we will probably be hiring 9-13 digital/social/PR interns this summer. We also have a graphic design intern each session, and a videography intern for each session (this might be a good fit for Electronic media majors). Right now, major clients in the Dallas office are Google, Youtube, Chevrolet (social media), General Motors, AT&T, Texas Oncology, and clients in other industries like healthcare, agribusiness, and oil & gas. Interns work on everything from media relations to social media/community management, influencer outreach, and research/analytics.

We also have internship opportunities in Houston and Austin (both offices are much smaller than the Dallas office, so they don’t have as many interns each session). If a JMC/M&M student wants to apply for a Houston or Austin internship, I’d be happy to connect them with the FH internship coordinators in those cities.

Ashley Luttrell

Senior Account Executive

FleishmanHillard | 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 3400 | Dallas, TX 75201

ashley.luttrell@fleishman.com

A semester in D.C. plus an internship?

0 Commentsby   |  02.09.15  |  Uncategorized

Here’s a pitch from one of several journalism internship programs that resemble Study Abroad. You spend a semester, get a full load of college credit and they guarantee you an internship with one of several companies with which they’ve developed ties.

Capital Semester – Political Journalism Track in Washington, DC

www.DCinternships.org/CSPJ
Fall: August 26 – December 11, 2015
Spring: January 13 – April 30, 2016

Spend a semester in Washington, DC making an investment in your future that will help set you apart after college.  This comprehensive program sponsored by The Fund for American Studies includes a guaranteed journalism or communications internship placement, courses for transferable credit, and furnished housing in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

EXPERIENCE

We’ve been creating academic internship experiences for over 40 years and guarantee all participants an internship placement. Your options are endless – we work with many different newspapers, magazines, online publications, news services, TV and radio stations, as well as communications firms.

CONNECTIONS

Who you know does matter – especially when it comes to your future job search. Our programs are designed to allow students to make valuable professional connections and practice networking skills in a real-world setting. You can participate in a mentor program, as well as roundtable discussions and networking receptions with program alumni.

COURSES FOR CREDIT

Earn 12 academic credits from the DC Metro Area’s George Mason University. Mason was recently ranked #1 Up and Coming University by U.S. News and World Report. The program has a curriculum that is designed to complement the journalism internship experience.

BACKSTAGE PASS

You will have a front row seat to a variety of exclusive briefings and uniquely DC events, allowing you to further explore the journalism career field, make important professional connections and have fun while doing so. You will have the chance to attend once-in-a-lifetime tours and hear from leaders within such institutions as the State Department, U.S. Congress, White House, World Bank, National Press Club and Newseum.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Students applying for Fall 2015 will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of June 1, 2015. Applicants are encouraged to apply for the early deadline of March 1, 2015 in order to receive preference in admissions and scholarship consideration, as well as a 5% tuition discount. The early application deadline for Spring 2016 is October 1. Applications for spring will be accepted until the final deadline of November 1. There is a substantial amount of scholarship funding available, and awards are made based on financial need and merit.

For more information and to be begin an online application, please visit www.DCinternships.org/CSPJ. Questions may be directed to Dana Faught at dfaught@tfas.org or 202.986.0384.

Abilene radio partners seeking interns

0 Commentsby   |  01.31.15  |  Uncategorized

Community Broadcast Partners (95.1 The Wolf and 96Q) is accepting applicants for one or two paid internships.  Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Running the boards for ‘live remotes/broadcasts’
  • Promotional event setup and execution at station events including: client locations, concerts, community events, etc
  • Interacting with stations’ listeners
  • Various office and administrative duties

Interested individuals should work well independently as well as in a team atmosphere and have interest in Radio Broadcasting, Promotions & Marketing and/or Communications.  The ideal candidate MUST be reliable, responsible, and trustworthy; available to work nights and weekends.  Candidate should have reliable transportation and be able to lift at least 30 pounds. Willingness to be a team player and the ability to be creative and extroverted are essential. Hours will vary, averaging 10-15 hours per week. Students must be enrolled at an accredited college and must receive credit towards their degree in order to be eligible.

Contact Tiffany Reynolds, On-Air/Promotions Director for Community Broadcast Partners (KORQ “96Q” / KABW “95.1 The Wolf”), at  (325)480-0034 or tiffany@abileneradio.com.