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Magazine Internship Program 2017

Posted on: September 15th, 2016 by jheo1

Applications are now being accepted for the Magazine Internship Program 2017, sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Editors. We ask you to share this information with your students. This information is also posted at www.asmeinternship.org. Please note that students must submit all application materials on the website.

The Magazine Internship Program usually gives preference to students who have been recommended by academic departments and career-guidance offices over other applicants from the same school. Colleges and universities are encouraged to nominate no more than two students to apply to the Magazine Internship Program. A letter of recommendation should be included with the student’s application.

Please feel free to call or email me with any questions.

Sincerely,

Nina

 

Nina Fortuna
Director
American Society of Magazine Editors
757 Third Ave., 11th Fl
New York, NY 10017
T: 212.872.3737 | F: 212.906.0128
nfortuna@magazine.org

Dyxleximedia LLC Internship

Posted on: September 6th, 2016 by jheo1

We just took on a project where we need to hire a few different paid marketing interns.

The candidate should have a good degree of knowledge in:

  • Social Media
  • Online sharing
  • Message Boards

We have a variety of web clients who we handle the promotions for. If a client is interested in applying for the position we have a short test for them to take to show their skill set. This is also to show the client how savvy the applicant is.

Please send resume and cover letter to Dominick at dysleximedia@dysleximedia.com

Thanks
Dominick Miserandino
Dysleximedia.com

Africa Media Internships, Mossel Bay, South Africa

Posted on: August 30th, 2016 by jheo1

Oceans Campus is offering an opportunity for undergraduate students of all levels to become a member of the Africa Media programs in Mossel Bay, South Africa.

Africa Media is an environmental based media company specialising in the production of photographic, video and editorial media from the African continent. Four programs are offered specialising in Wildlife Film-making, wildlife and adventure photography, underwater photography and environmental journalism

If you feel that this opportunity is something that may be interesting or  beneficial to your students please feel free to pass this information onto them and I would be happy to supply more information.

http://oceans-campus.com/programs/oceans-research-internship/

Please do not hesitate to contact me with your questions.

Regards,

Ciska De Korte
Program Specialist
Oceans Campus
(P) +27 792667883
(E) ciska@oceans-campus.com
www.oceans-campus.com

Fall Campus Marketing Coordinator, Study Soup

Posted on: August 14th, 2016 by ewrobins

Are you an ambitious student who is looking to gain stand-out Marketing and Leadership experience? StudySoup is offering a paid fall Campus Marketing Coordinator position on campus ($12 – $20/hr).

If selected, you’ll rapidly build your communications skill set through training with our expert team.

Last semester, more than 70% of all StudySoup interns that secured a job or internship, said that this was the pivotal role that helped them earn that position.

To explore this unique opportunity you can learn more and apply here >> studysoup.com/campus-ambassador.
Note: Applications will be closing soon so be sure to apply ASAP to be considered

Hours: 10 hrs per week
Pay: $12 – $20/hr plus incentives

About StudySoup:
StudySoup is a Peer to Peer marketplace for students who want to help each other learn and succeed in class. We’re a start-up that’s growing really quickly and we’ve been featured in Forbes, ABC 7 and more!

Tab Fellowship

Posted on: July 25th, 2016 by pchurdle

The Tab Fellowship is an ambitious and rigorous remote internship that teaches talented students how to write and report to a high level. Fellows work remotely on stories with our professional editors in New York, who have written for Newsweek, VICE and The Guardian. They write three stories per month, varying from breaking news to long-form interviews, and they are given extensive guidance and training on how to execute those formats and how to produce stories to a professional standard. Participants also learn about media law, journalistic ethics and other areas of knowledge that will help them in their writing. Tab Fellows communicate with our team of paid editors in New York at least weekly, during which their performance is assessed and they are given feedback on their stories and how they can improve. The Tab Fellowship is a proven training path for young writers and journalists – its best participants have broken stories that have been covered in The New York Times, BuzzFeed, the Washington Post and the Guardian, and many have taken jobs in the media upon graduation.

In addition to their training, Tab fellows are rewarded with a series of benefits, including:

  • Eligibility for Tab internships in our New York and London offices, and the opportunity to shadow senior editors in our New York headquarters
  • Official certification, recognized by our partner companies in the media
  • References on LinkedIn
  • Webinars with our senior editors

To apply, email matt@thetab.com.

 

Fall Internships, NPR, Various Locations

Posted on: April 13th, 2016 by ewrobins

Visit https://interns-npr.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchLocation&searchCategory&hashed=-435805916&mobile=false&width=900&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

 

Digital Department Intern, Kelly for New Hampshire

Posted on: February 23rd, 2016 by jasimmon

Do you want the chance to gain national exposure for your work? 

Do you want experience translating complex concepts into effective, engaging social media content?

Do you want to learn the ins and outs of fundraising and winning over voters online?

Then you should apply to be a Digital Department Intern with Kelly for New Hampshire.

This isn’t your typical internship. You’ll be a key team member on the top U.S. Senate race in the country and have the opportunity to work with both campaign veterans and experts at Google, Facebook, and more!

Job Brief

We are committed to building a personal connection with voters across New Hampshire via both paid and organic efforts online. The goal is to capture U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte’s (R-NH) engaging personality and her strong leadership.

The Digital Intern will contribute to this effort by producing engaging email copy, quality social media content, and eye-catching online ads.

Responsibilities

  • Document campaign events, as well as promoting them on social media in real-time
  • Assist in drafting daily emails to the campaign’s house email list
  • Assist in drafting daily social media content for a variety of platforms
  • Identify opportunities to capitalize on items in the news and real world developments
  • Develop new strategies to sign up and mobilize supporters online
  • Develop new strategies to fundraise on social media

Requirements

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Experience running a personal web property such as a blog, YouTube page, or Tumblr account
  • Strong writing skills and an artistic eye
  • An interest in national politics and/or policy
  • Professionalism and willingness to work in a collaborative team environment

If you are interested, please submit a resume, references, and a writing sample to Thomas Reiker at thomas@kellyfornh.com.

Rapid Response Intern, Kelly for New Hampshire

Posted on: February 23rd, 2016 by jasimmon

Do you want the chance to gain national exposure for your work? 

Do you want to learn how top campaigns capitalize on news developments in real time? 

Do you want experience translating complex policy proposals into concise messages that sway the public?

Then you should apply to be a Rapid Response Intern with Kelly for New Hampshire.

This isn’t your typical internship. You’ll be a key team member on the top U.S. Senate race in the country and build a skill set that’s in high demand in national politics.

Job Brief

We are committed to building a personal connection with voters across New Hampshire via both traditional press and new media. The goal is to capture U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte’s (R-NH) engaging personality and her strong leadership and to highlight contrast points with our opponent.

The Rapid Response Intern will contribute to this effort through policy research, press releases and fact sheets, and informational campaigns online.

Responsibilities

  •  Internalize both candidates’ records and policy proposals and act as a resource for the communications and digital teams
  • Assist in monitoring news coverage, press releases, and social media
  • Assist in drafting informational content for the press and voters
  • Identify opportunities to capitalize on items in the news and real world developments
  • Develop new messaging themes based upon developments in the race

Requirements

The ideal candidate will possess:

  •  Strong research skills and a detail-oriented mindset
  •  Strong writing skills and an artistic eye
  •  An interest in national politics and/or policy
  •  Professionalism and willingness to work in a collaborative team environment

If you are interested, please submit a resume, references, and a writing sample to Thomas Reiker at thomas@kellyfornh.com.

Volunteer PR Intern, Blackjack Sailing

Posted on: February 12th, 2016 by ewrobins

Blackjack Sailing is entering its first summer of youth sailing day camps on Lake Sardis.

As the PR – Campaign Coordinator, your responsibilities will include the following tasks.

-Design community-wide advertising and awareness campaign to enroll campers ages 7 to 18.
-Design community-wide fundraising campaign to sponsor campers requiring financial assistance.
-(not required)- Assist with creating a promotional video and taking new photos for our website.

This opportunity is from February to May and will require approximately 30 hours.

Contact Joe Sabatier at joe@blackjacksailing.org for more information.

US Army Internships, Fort Knox, KY

Posted on: January 20th, 2016 by jasimmon

The U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, KY has summer internship opportunities for journalism, photojournalism, social media, broadcasting and marketing students.  We are looking for 30 motivated students to cover ROTC Cadet summer training at Fort Knox from May thru August.  It is open to students who will be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors.  Deadline for applications is February 26th.

Student’s direct supervisor for the internship is Mr. Richard Patterson, Deputy Chief of Public Affairs for Cadet Command.  Mr. Patterson has over 16 years of experience as a Public Affairs Officer for the US Army and recently retired from active duty as the former Deputy Chief of Army Public Affairs.

This is not a paid internship. However, students will be reimbursed for their travel expenses to and from their home and Fort Knox.  Additionally, they will receive a meal stipend to help cover costs for food.  There is an Army Dining Facility where interns may choose to eat.  Housing will be provided on Fort Knox at no cost to the students, living in two-, three-person rooms in Army barracks near the training area.   Students will be required to coordinate their travels thru the Cadet Command Public Affairs Office to ensure they will be reimbursed.  During field operations, interns will cover events in a variety of weather conditions.

All applicants must have a driver’s license, and should be reasonably fit to withstand demanding physical requirements of covering the training. While students may not be in the Army, they are expected to respect authority, to be drug-free during the summer, and to recognize the non-confrontational/investigative nature of their reporting.

Students will gain valuable experience, be supervised by experienced cadre, and have the  opportunity to interact with college students from across the nation who are training to become Army officers.  Likewise, this is an excellent opportunity for those who want to become a “military beat” reporter or work in the communications and marketing career field.

To apply, students can send their packets to richard.t.patterson2.civ@mail.mil. Packets will only be accepted electronically and should include a cover letter, resume, and demo DVD of recent work.

If students have questions concerning the internship feel free to contact Mr. Richard Patterson at the number or email below.

Richard T. Patterson

Deputy PAO

U.S. Army Cadet Command

Fort Knox, KY 40121

(502) 624-5277

richard.t.patterson2.civ@mail.mil