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Summer 2021 Volunteer Opportunity
Date Posted: 

7/7/21

Arizona Public Service Co.
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 4 hours per day

Type:

Volunteer

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Chadwick Vinje

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send Chadwick a note of interest.

APS is looking for students to play the role of reporters/media for a drill near the Palo Verde Nuclear station, west of Phoenix. The students will ask scripted questions of staff who are responding to an incident at the PV plant. The drill be on Tuesdays August 10, 17, 24 and 31 from 8 a.m. - 12 noon. Volunteers will need to drive to the site about 30 miles west of Phoenix. If you're looking for a behind-the-scenes look at a drill and want to play a role in it, please contact Chad Vinje by August 6.

Student Worker: Social Media Aide/Communications Writer
Date Posted: 

07/23/21

Cronkite School
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Social Media, Writing, Press Releases

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button to read full job description. Candidates should submit published writing samples with their applications. Job ID: 69727BR

The Cronkite Communications team is searching for a student employee to fill the Social Media Aide/Communications Writer position. The ideal candidate will be someone who has excellent writing and communication skills as well as experience handling social media for a brand or organization.

Essential Duties
Writing and distributing press releases to media organizations.
Digital analytics.
Create images and graphics to accompany social posts.
Monitoring and reporting on activity on various social channels.

Desired Qualifications
Completion of JMC 201 with a B average or higher
Professional writing experience including the ability to meet deadlines
Writing news stories and/or press releases for publication
Multimedia experience Understanding professional use of social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter) and how they are used to promote our brand and content
Experience with WordPress
Photography experience
Video experience
Experience working in Photoshop to create images and graphics to accompany social posts

Student Worker: Peer Education Coordinator: Marketing
Date Posted: 

07/21/21

ASU’s Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program
Company Website
Tempe, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Marketing, Content Creation

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Corina Tapscott

Instructions: 

Applications are due July 31, though interested applicants are encouraged to apply early via the student employment website. Search “On-Campus Jobs” and search for the associated requisition ID (e.g., 69345BR).

The Peer Coordinator for Marketing for the Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program assists with delivering action-oriented, multimedia messaging about sexual and relationship violence prevention within the college community. The Peer Coordinator for Marketing will assist with the timely posting of content, maintenance of, and expansion of student engagement on applicable social media accounts, through the Sexual Violence Prevention digest, and more. This, at times, includes the creation of innovative and engaging virtual and multimedia content with the support of a professional staff member. Marketing Coordinators will assist with timely updates of the Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention, Sun Devil Support Network, and Sexual Violence Prevention websites. The Peer Coordinator for Marketing will assist with drafting, editing, and reviewing Sexual Violence Prevention email newsletters containing content related to ASU and community resources, sexual and relationship violence, healthy and unhealthy relationships, bystander intervention, and more. Individuals working within this role must be willing to travel to all of ASU’s campuses as part of their role. Further, the Peer Coordinator for Marketing may be requested to assist with the editing and updating of digital event flyers, posters, and more.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Timely posting of multimedia content on social media accounts.
Engagement with students via social media accounts.
Consistent and timely updating of website content.
Accurate and timely tracking of analytics which illustrates engagement in social media accounts, SVP Digest and applicable webpages.
Assistance with organizing the delivery of materials, such as posters, to partners.
Supporting fellow SRVP team members in the creation of multimedia content.
Drafting of newsletter content for SVP Digest. Editing of multimedia content such as event flyers and more. This may require the use of software such as InDesign and Adobe Acrobat.
Hold regular office hours.
Assist with the coordination and implementation of flyers and multimedia content to support programming, training, and workshops.
Collaborate with the Sun Devil Movement for Violence Prevention to engage volunteers in sexual assault prevention.
Keeping an accurate record of hours worked and submitting payroll information to the supervisor at the stated deadline.
Exemplify professionalism in oral and written communication to students, alumni, faculty, staff, employers, and community members.
Any additional responsibilities as assigned.

Student Worker: Marketing Assistant
Date Posted: 

6/25/21

ASU Biodesign Institute
Tempe, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Marketing

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Job #68780BR

Job #68780BR

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button to read full job description. Must submit writing sample.

Two Marketing Assistants are needed to further Strategic Marketing and Communications' efforts at the Biodesign Institute. This job entails writing and posting stories, checking accuracy, updating websites, responding to public and employee inquiries, managing digital signage production and coordinating with colleagues. Students will receive experience in working on a fast-paced marketing team. Essential Duties:

-Interview and write stories for employee intranet.
-Proofread and fact check.
-Use PowerPoint templates to insert content and upload to digital signage player.
-Assist with event promotion.
-Escort videographers and photographers.
-Enter and analyze data occasionally.
-Organize and replenish marketing collateral stations.
-Inventory, restock and organize office supplies.
-Monitor public mailbox and other request portals.
-Update marketing database.

Student Worker: EOSS Sun Devil Storyteller Videographer
Date Posted: 

6/15/21

ASU Education Outreach & Student Services (ASU Student Life)
Tempe, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Writing, Photography, Videography

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions. 17-June-2021 is the initial close date; applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed every week until the search is closed.

The Educational Outreach and Student Services (EOSS) Department seeks proactive, creative EOSS Sun Devil Storyteller Videographers to tell the story of student life at ASU including, but not limited to, highlighting student success and achievement, living on campus, student entrepreneurship, grants, students serving the community, outstanding performing and visual artists, etc. Under minimal supervision, videographers will be required to construct compelling journalistic stories using video reporting and editing. Successful job candidates will demonstrate a passion for all things ASU and a talent for telling stories.

The multimedia journalist will specialize in videography but will have the opportunity, support and training to expand their skills in all these areas as well:
· Writing
· Photography
· Social media
· Content marketing/analytics

The ideal candidate is comfortable interviewing fellow students, pitching story ideas and adapting to shifting priorities in a fast-paced newsroom environment. Additionally, this candidate will have a focus in shooting video coverage of ASU events, interviews, sports games and more at all four campuses.

Join the team behind ASU Student Life (storytelling by students, for students) to get professional clips for your resume, receive professional development in all aspects of digital communications and work in a fun environment near the Tempe campus. Gain experience shooting on and off campus as well as assisting in staffing the MU Digital Creative Studio. If you are in film, marketing, journalism, communication or media studies and want professional-level experience, this is the job for you.

Days and hours will vary depending on business needs and students’ schedules. Must have availability between Monday and Friday. Prefer availability during summer, weekends and school breaks plus willingness to highlight ASU student life at the ASU West, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix locations and cover events on nights and weekends. Able to work 9 hours per week.

Student Worker: Communications Assistant
Date Posted: 

07/02/21

ASU School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
Company Website
Tempe, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Marketing and Communications

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button to read full job description and apply by 3pm (AZ Time) Aug. 2. Job ID: 69028BR.

The School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies is looking for a student with excellent analytic and written communication skills with a strong interest and significant completed coursework in political science, history, ethics, business, economics, leadership, and/or communications to assist with developing and implementing social and traditional media campaigns to promote the news and activities of the Political History and Leadership program to its various audiences, including its educational programs, research, and events.

The position may entail developing, preparing, and posting news and feature stories for on-line, print, video, podcast and related media outlets or channels; researching electronic and print news outlets; developing and preparing multi-media packages, news and feature stories, and marketing copy; updating Twitter, RSS feeds, Center website and other databases; event support for Center lectures; routine office work; library proctoring; and other duties as assigned.

Post and update events on various events calendars
Manage social media sites including updates, posts, recruiting new contacts, etc.
Write op-eds, press releases, ASU news stories, and/or e-newsletters for publication/distribution
Update contacts database
Update website content
Distribute marketing materials as needed
Research one or more of the following: available internships for undergraduate students, peer programs at other institutions, alumni of program, social media, and website content suggestions
Assist with events in the assigned capacity
Serve as recruitment officer for certificate program
Recommend activities that will build a community of students in the program.
Create systems to track and support program students and alumni

Student Worker: Broadcast Lab Equipment Aide
Date Posted: 

07/02/21

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Equipment Management

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button to read full job description. Job ID: 68883BR

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is seeking a student employee to fill the position of Broadcast Lab Equipment Aide to assist students and staff with broadcast equipment check-in and out. This is job is available for the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.

Essential Duties
Check equipment in and out to students and staff.
Learn the equipment in the lab and answer general questions about the equipment.
Move up to 20 pounds, be in a stationary position for extended periods, and provide good customer service to students/staff.
Provide excellent customer service and demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment.

Desired Qualifications
Students eligible for Federal Work-Study preferred.
Cronkite students preferred.
Prior experience with media equipment preferred.
Good customer service experience.

Fall 2021 Writing Internship
Date Posted: 

04/21/21

Times Media Group
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

Writing, reporting, photography

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Christina Fuoco

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Christina Fuoco.

An internship with Times Media Group entails working on a variety of different stories concurrently for several publications. The publications for which our interns most commonly contribute are College Times, Scottsdale Airpark News, North Valley magazine, 85085 magazine, 85086 magazine and The West Valley View. We are most in need of interns who have an interest in writing about business, college culture and community news. We need photographers, too!

Fall 2021 Writing Internship
Date Posted: 

04/22/21

AZ Big Media
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 10 hours per week

Type:

Writing, Reporting, Writing of for the Web

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Michael Gossie

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Michael Gossie.

Editorial interns will have the opportunity to write stories about business, lifestyle and real estate for AZBigMedia.com, interviewing industry leaders, entrepreneurs and creating lifestyle content through conducting their own research such as '10 Best Places for Staycations' to 'Here are 10 must-try Italian restaurants.' If interested, interns can also write long-form trend stories for AZ Business magazine published every 2 months--topics range from healthcare to finance to tourism to company-hosted event nominee content. Fall interns will also have the opportunity to assist in creating content for Experience Arizona, a tourism magazine covering attractions, activities and restaurants in Arizona. Interns will learn from experienced journalists, receive constructive feedback on assignments, and be able to build their portfolio of work by working at AZ Big Media.

Fall 2021 Video Production Intern (Remote)
Date Posted: 

07/06/21

She's the First
Remote
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Video production, video editing

Wage: 

Paid (Stipend)

Contact: 

Instructions: 

To apply, please upload your resume and cover letter at https://shesthefirst.org/internships-careers, including links to your portfolio or clips you are most proud of.

She’s the First seeks a talented Video Production Intern to join our remote team for the Fall 2021 semester. As the Video Production Intern, you will play a key role in making sure girls' voices are respected and heard. Not only will your content be visible to thousands of supporters on our social media channels and website, but it will be re-shared by influencers who support our cause, too! This is the perfect internship for anyone who wants to create a better world for girls worldwide.

She’s the First videos range from short clips for social media to 1-4 minute videos that are widely screened at virtual and in-person events. The video pieces you work on this semester will be a pivotal part of our International Day of the Girl advocacy, virtual fall gala, and holiday fundraising campaigns. We’re looking for someone who loves to tell an impactful story, but also understands that every step in the filmmaking workflow is important.

Responsibilities
• Learn the video creative process with hands-on experience
• Participate in video brainstorms
• Write treatments for video concepts
• Create storyboards and mood boards for video pitches
• Research video trends, influencers, and best practices
• Develop ideas for new video formats and editorial video series concepts
• Transcribe interviews and log footage
• Produce videos via non-linear editing from a script
• Reimagine completed projects as vertical videos for Instagram Reels and TikTok
• Create properly formatted closed-caption files for completed projects

Ideal Qualifications:
• Experience in video editing and working in Adobe Premiere Pro. Experience in Adobe After
Effects is a plus.
• Passion for furthering experience in Film/Video, Media Production, Marketing, Advertising,
Communications, Digital Media
• Must be proactive, detail-oriented, and organized
• Interest or experience with copywriting or social media programming is a plus
• You're comfortable using Asana or other project management tools
• A keen eye for creative video storytelling
• Ability to balance multiple projects
• Efficient at transcribing and captioning videos

Fall 2021 Sports Social Media Internship (Remote)
Date Posted: 

07/02/21

Minute Media
Company Website
Remote
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Sports social media, blogging, content creation

Wage: 

Unpaid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions.

We are looking for a passionate, motivated Intern to join the team! Minute Media’s Internship Program is intended to provide current college students with real work experience in their preferred area of interest within the sports digital media space.

The Social Media Intern will be tasked with creating their own shareable content and distributing it to various Facebook and Twitter pages that we own and manage, which reach millions of users per month. Throughout the duration of the internship, the Intern will focus on the following activities that will help them gain knowledge of the sports marketing industry: live in-game NFL posts, creatives, social reports, and one-on-ones with key members of our team. We want the Intern to point to these activities as a means to their pride in what they completed as interns with our company with specific deliverable metrics that establish the success of their efforts.

By the end of the program, Interns should have a solid understanding of the digital media landscape, specifically related to social media. Additionally, Interns will have gained a network of industry professionals to aid in their career journey.

**This is an unpaid internship that will last three months with an expectation to work three (3) 8-hour shifts per week and is designed to give young professionals an educational experience in the industry

What You’ll Do
Program Dates: Fall semester (September - December)
Develop your social media management skills by independently running a highly-engaged social media page
Work alongside our social media team remotely and receive regular feedback and guidance
Learn about different areas of the digital media landscape, such as social, editorial, SEO, & video production

REQUIREMENTS
What You Have
Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program during the semester of the internship
Availability to work three 8-hour shifts per week, including Sundays
Interests in sports and comprehensive knowledge of the NFL (also a plus if you follow the MLB, NBA, and College Sports)
Good writing skills and proper use of grammar
Familiarity with blogging and social media platforms
Photoshop and photo editing skills are not required, but are a definite plus!

Fall 2021 Sports Internship
Date Posted: 

4/20/21

The Open Mat
Los Angeles, California
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Sports Writing (Virtual)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Christopher A. Miller

Instructions: 

Please send a resume and 2-3 relevant work samples to Christopher Miller at
cmiller@theopenmat.com. Address the subject line of your email “The Open Mat Intern" – Your Name – Desired
Role and Area of Expertise. In the body of the email, please explain why you are a good fit for your desired role and
any previous/relevant experience you have in that area.

Join a small but growing team at The Open Mat (TOM). TOM is a nationally-respected independent news resource for college, high school, and international wrestling. TOM produces wrestling rankings, results, event coverage, breaking news, and more. We cover every level of men’s and women’s wrestling, both domestically and internationally. As an intern with TheOpenMat.com, you are surrounded by wrestling professionals that love the sport of wrestling and want to help the sport grow and prosper in every way. If you have a deep passion for the sport as a writer, reporter, photographer, ranker, podcaster, vlogger, social media guru, stats savant, or fantasy wrestling enthusiast, we want to hear from you! We have a national following, including more than 28,000 Twitter followers, 5,500 Facebook followers, 17,000 Instagram followers, and a newsletter that reaches roughly 14,000 people, so your work will be seen! We are looking for highly motivated, detail-oriented self-starters who are coachable, and eager to learn. We want our Interns ready to make an instant contribution to a leading digital information source for wrestling that delivers content tailored to all levels of wrestling. Tasks for our various TOM Interns could include – but are not exclusive to the following:
• Collegiate and international wrestling coverage
• Written features including, but not limited to: previews, recaps, feature/human interest stories, wrestler profiles, industry trend and analysis articles, opinion pieces, data-driven pieces, and more related to the wrestling landscape
• Assisting with our national high school and collegiate rankings. This role will include providing national and/or regional rankings and additional written and/or video content surrounding these various ranking sets
• Podcast production and editing with possible on-air appearances
• Proactively assisting Site Editor to contact primary sources and write updates on leading high school recruits
• Website maintenance
• Providing additional support to other TOM staff as assigned
Required Skills/Interests:
• Must be passionate and familiar with wrestling (terminology, scoring, stats, etc.)
• Strong writer, editor, researcher, and interviewer/communicator
• Some familiarity with Microsoft Office, Excel, and Photoshop, and various social media channels
• Creative, motivated, self-starter, innovative thinker, willing to learn

Fall 2021 Social Media and Content Internship
Date Posted: 

5/11/21

True Food Kitchen
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 10-20 hours per week

Type:

Social Media and Content Creation

Wage: 

$13 /hour

Contact: 

Ellie Ovsenik

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send a current resume, 3-5 photography examples (phone photography is acceptable), 1 edited video example if in skillset as well as a short written piece explaining your 3 favorite aspects of social media (no more than 250 words)

True Food Kitchen's corporate marketing team in Arcadia is looking for a Social Media and Content Intern to join the team for summer 2021 and potentially beyond. This role will focus on capturing, editing, and producing social media and web content. There is opportunity to assist with copy creation as well as learn firsthand analytics and dig deeper into user engagement and community management. If you are excited about social media, brand relationships with followers and what it means to cultivate a digital community (as well as LOVE food!) this role will be exciting, challenging and educational.

Your contributions will be part of the brand-building and sales-driving campaigns and will give you real world experience assisting the team. Some cataloging work will be included in role as well. Applicants should be highly interested in content creation, both photo and video, as well as curious about the nature of social media and where it's headed. Formal photography and videography experience is not required but it is welcomed. Necessary equipment for content capture will be provided by True Food Kitchen. Intern must have reliable transportation to photo and video shoots as well as the main office when needed. The role will fluctuate between 10 - 20 hours weekly and scheduling is flexible with supervisor.

Fall 2021 Social Media Internship
Date Posted: 

5/6/21

Jewish News
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum of 10 hours per week

Type:

Social Media (Hybrid)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Shannon Levitt

Instructions: 

Visit jewishaz.com and the Jewish News Facebook page, then tap the APPLY button and send a resume and a cover letter or email that explains why you are interested in social media management.

Jewish News, serving the Jewish community of greater Phoenix, is a small but mighty news operation located inside the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in North Scottsdale. Unlike many other news outlets, we aren't after click bait or breaking news, but rather stories that make a difference and uplift the Jewish community. Staff writer Nicole Raz has jokingly called Jews News' editorial priorities "a unicorn" in the current news media landscape. To many people's surprise, the publication is just fueled by Raz and managing editor Shannon Levitt. Because we are a small team, interns will have the opportunity to receive hands-on mentorship and, if they wish, implement visions of their own for our social media presence. We welcome creativity and will be happy to work to with interns to ensure they are gaining the experience that is most valuable to them. This is a flexible and hybrid position that is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
Our social media manager's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Helping to grow our online presence by engaging with existing and potential readers and by posting and scheduling content on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
- Create and host social media-centric programming and Q&A videos, and other creative visual content to accompany and promote editorial content

Fall 2021 Social Media Internship
Date Posted: 

5/10/21

Times Media Group
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum of 15 hours per week

Type:

Social Media (Virtual)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Christina Fuoco

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume to Christina Fuoco.

Times Media Group is looking for unpaid interns in need of social media experience who can maintain and monitor a variety of our platforms. Throughout each week, and working in a remote capacity, interns will be tasked with regularly sharing relevant news stories from our company's publications across websites/apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The position also includes monitoring messages and comments to ensure subscribers' questions and other inquiries are answered in a timely fashion.

Fall 2021 Reporting Internship
Date Posted: 

5/6/21

Jewish News
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 10 hours per week

Type:

Reporting (Hybrid)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Shannon Levitt

Instructions: 

Visit jewishaz.com and the Jewish News Facebook page, then tap the APPLY button and send a resume and a cover letter or email that explains why you are interested in reporting.

Jewish News, serving the Jewish community of greater Phoenix, is a small but mighty operation located inside the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in North Scottsdale. Unlike many other news outlets, we aren't after click bait or breaking news, but rather stories that make a difference and uplift the Jewish community. Staff writer Nicole Raz has jokingly called Jews News' editorial priorities "a unicorn" in the current news media landscape. To many people's surprise, the publication is just fueled by Raz and managing editor Shannon Levitt. Because we are a small team, interns will have the opportunity to receive hands-on mentorship and, if they wish, pitch and pursue story ideas of their own. We welcome creativity and will be happy to work to with interns to ensure they are gaining the experience that is most valuable to them. This is a flexible and hybrid position that is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
Our reporter's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Helping to build sources
- Reporting and writing a mix of 400-1,200 word stories with flexible deadlines
- Conducting interviews with community members and leaders

Fall 2021 Public Relations/Grant Writing Assistant Intern
Date Posted: 

07/20/21

Billy's Place
Glendale, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Public Relations, Writing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Kris Friedman

Instructions: 

Please send a resume and cover letter saying why would be a great fit at Billy's Place to Kris@billysplace.me.

Billy's Place, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting grieving children in Glendale, is looking for a talented and dedicated Public Relations/Grant Writing Assistant Intern to help with our Public Relations efforts and for grant research and application.

Billy’s Place is a community in the West Valley that provides comfort and companionship to kids and families experiencing grief—no matter where they are on their journey. Through support groups, special events, and a community of people who ‘get it,’ we help families rediscover moments of happiness without guilt. We nurture these moments as signs of hope for more promising days ahead. We see people for who they are—people with complex and beautiful identities beyond grief.

The ideal intern will have these traits:
A big thinker with a passion for Billy's Place mission to support grieving children
Strong attention to details
Capable of drafting up press releases that discuss recent and upcoming events
Someone who can assist with the Organizations public relations, including increasing outreach and engagement
Ability to work independently, and attend meetings to discuss the progress of certain projects
An organized and creative writer who would like to assist in the research of grants and writing them under the guidance of the Executive Director

This part-time internship holds flexible hours and can be done remotely on occasion.

Fall 2021 Public Relations
Date Posted: 

07/08/21

Serendipit
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 20 hours per week

Type:

Public Relations

Wage: 

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions.

As an Intern for Serendipit, you are responsible for assisting in the day-to-day public relations functions for a variety of clients and support to senior team members. You will receive hands-on projects and real responsibilities. As a result, you will build valuable skills and have the opportunity to experience a professional environment. You are a vital part of the organization, and we are counting on you to help us uphold the agency’s reputation as one of the top PR agencies in the Valley! That means thinking ahead to make sure all client tasks are completed and that senior team members always have the most updated reports, research and ideas about that client’s industry and business. We’ll expect a lot from you, including flexibility to meet deadlines and handle extra hours as needed (including the occasional weekend or evening client TV spot or event) as well as the ability to work very well under pressure and to handle client needs, even if they have unreasonable demands or expectations.

Essential Duties
Your daily duties during your Internship are to come up with media pitch ideas, draft pitches and press releases, build target media lists, monitor for press coverage, assist with reporting, and perform various other tasks as assigned. You will be given specific clients to work on day-to-day, but you will also be thrown into other projects as needed. You will work alongside a senior team member who handles the client interaction.

You are responsible for:
Researching media contacts, facts and stats for media pitches and press releases, industry trends, new tools and tactics, and more
Creating content, such as media pitches, press releases, feature stories, bylined articles, social media posts, blog posts, etc.
Building and updating target media lists (TMLs)
Preparing pitching briefs for media pitch distribution
Be “in the know” of what media is covering our clients. This including finding all media placements that mention or relate to our clients and sending those “wins” to your supervisor
Maintaining clipbooks and editorial reports, ensuring that they are completed and client ready by the third business day of the month
Organizing the PR “area” in the office – including client clips, clip books, newspapers, magazines, etc.
Filling in at the front desk when needed
Attending team meetings, taking notes and assigning/managing tasks in Intervals based on the notes
Pitching media and building meaningful and lasting relationships with important members of the media
Must be able to work approximately 20+ hours/week
Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
Flexibility and attention to detail

Fall 2021 Phoenix Children’s Hospital Social Media Internship
Date Posted: 

07/13/21

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Heart Center
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

Social Media

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Liz Griego

Instructions: 

Applicants will apply via the ASU Cronkite Internship website and email their application to Liz Griego, assistant to Dr. Franklin, at egriego@phoenixchildrens.com, phone 602-933-1864. Deadline to apply is July 23.

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) Heart Center social media intern will report to Dr. Wayne Franklin and will work with Phoenix Children’s system media relations/social media team. The program begins in August 2020 and will run four months (the equivalent of one semester) with an evaluation at the two-month mark.

The Heart Center social media intern will collaborate with the Heart Center clinical leadership to compile, source and prepare patient stories, clinical innovations and other media-worthy events/awards/announcements to be considered for publishing to Phoenix Children’s existing social media accounts.

Applicants will apply via the ASU Cronkite Internship website and email their application to Liz Griego, assistant to Dr. Franklin, at egriego@phoenixchildrens.com, phone 602-933-1864. Applications will be reviewed and selected applicants will be invited for a group interview (via video-conference) with the 1) PCH Media Relations/Social Media team, 2) Dr. Franklin/Heart Center Leadership.

Fall 2021 PR/Marketing Internship
Date Posted: 

2/16/21

Allied Global Marketing
Scottsdale, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 12-15 hours per week

Type:

PR and Marketing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Lori Alderfer

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume and a link to your work samples, to Lori Alderfer.

Allied Global Marketing offers a unique college internship position in our Field Marketing division. Interns have the opportunity to see how marketing campaigns are developed and executed, and will learn about the agency environment.  Our agency primarily works with entertainment, lifestyle and hospitality clients. As an AGM intern you will: • Read directives and participate in brainstorming with your team lead. This will allow you to get an understanding of the type of promotional, publicity and grassroots activity the agency organizes and executes. • Learn how to develop a pitch and have an opportunity to use those skills to communicate with college media, student organizations and local businesses. • Ideate and organize grassroots, retail and promotional events such as themed trivia nights, targeted contests and miscellaneous activities with college and other groups. • Gain event management experience by attending and assisting Allied staff at evening screenings or events. • Receive experience with research tools like Cision, TVEyes and Google, and learn how to effectively identify target audiences for campaign messaging. At the conclusion of the internship term, interns will submit one portfolio piece, prepared under the supervision of Allied staff. The subject can be whatever you choose, but it should showcase key learnings during the internship. Interns are encouraged to approach every project with an eye towards résumé building and professional development.

Fall 2021 PR/Marketing Internship
Date Posted: 

2/16/21

Arizona Humane Society
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

PR and Marketing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Victoria Ivankic

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume and link to your work samples to Victoria Ivankic.

Currently-enrolled Juniors and above with previous internship experience. The Arizona Humane Society is offering an opportunity to learn marketing in a challenging, fast paced and unique environment. As a critical member of the Marketing Team, this person will assist with key marketing projects and initiatives to help promote the organization’s many programs and services, while helping to ensure consistency of the organization’s brand through both print and online media. This person will assist with social media content creation and bring fresh, new ideas to the team to optimize AHS’ social media reach, as well as public relations tasks including story writing, media tracking, and more. This person will also learn about the different roles within the Marketing Team, such as graphic design, video production, photography, public relations, communication, and general marketing. Depending on the state of the pandemic, this internship will likely be fully virtual. However, there may be some opportunity to work from either shelter location (both located in Phoenix).

Fall 2021 PR/Marketing Internship
Date Posted: 

2/16/21

Higley Unified School District
Gilbert, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 12 hours per week

Type:

PR and Marketing (In Person)

Wage: 

$12.15 / hour

Contact: 

Teresa Joseph

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume and a link to your work samples to Teresa Joseph.

The PR College intern needs experience with video/photography, writing and graphic design. This position would help tell our stories visually, with short videos and photos for website & social media and infographics for social media. One primary project is to produce “alumni vlogs” and student accolade stories. The idea behind the stories is give a personal look at how Higley has helped prepare students for jobs and careers, as well as how students are performing now. Intern may also be assigned projects as needed. In the past, this has included: Classroom photos, board meeting video presentations, wellness week projects and employee video profiles.

Fall 2021 PR/Marketing Internship
Date Posted: 

2/16/21

SparkPoint Studio
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 12 hours per week

Type:

PR and Marketing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Taylor Brightwell

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume and a link to your work samples, to Taylor Brightwell.

BookSparks offers professional publicity expertise and services to debut and bestselling book authors, executing publicity campaigns to the full spectrum of media: from national to local media, from magazines and newspapers to radio, TV, and digital outlets. Interns will assist publicists with various campaign needs including the creation of customized pitches, content and media lists. The ideal candidates will be seeking a degree in journalism, PR or marketing with previous internship experience in a PR agency or full-service marketing agency environment. A passion for PR is required and a love of books is a plus. Strong writing, editing, and communication skills are a must!

Fall 2021 PR/Marketing Internship
Date Posted: 

2/16/21

Tolleson Unified High School District
Tolleson, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

PR and Marketing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Joseph Ortiz

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Joseph Ortiz.

Currently-enrolled Juniors and above. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES generally include the following. Other duties may be assigned: • Assists with community relations and public information programs for the Superintendent and the District. • Publicize school and District events through news releases and District initiated media contacts. • Writes media releases, District publications, correspondence, presentations, and promotional materials. • Facilitates in planning and coordinating special events. • Updates content for social media and assist schools with social media presence. • Maintains updates on employee portal and District website. • Reviews flyers for distribution in schools. • Prepares annual public relations plan for the District. • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality. • Performs other duties as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: • Knowledge of applicable Federal, state, county and city statutes, rules, policies and procedures. • Knowledge of applicable Tolleson Union High School District policies and procedures. • Skill in oral and written communications. • Skill in overseeing, creating, developing production, approving and/or distributing District-wide information. • Skill in planning, organizing, coordinating, implementing, overseeing and documenting special events and publications. • Skill in operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of software. • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relations with stakeholders, including but not limited to: students, parents, co-workers, vendors, the general public, community partners and others having business with the School District.

Fall 2021 PR Internship
Date Posted: 

7/12/21

Gordon C. James Public Relations
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15-20 hours per week

Type:

PR

Wage: 

$12.00 / hour

Contact: 

Garrett Otto

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send a resume and works samples to Garrett Otto. Apply by July 23.

The role will consist of writing a variety of pitches, press releases and op-ed pieces for multiple clients as needed. There will be consistent interaction with clients and members of the media, including potentially attending media hits at various locations. Strong writing skills are a must, as is interpersonal communication skills and a knowledge of the media industry. Candidates should have experience interacting with reporters and other media members and maintain professionalism.
Intern will occasionally assist in social media content creation, curation and publication. Social media responsibilities will include content scheduling, management, community engagement and creation of graphics.

Fall 2021 PBS Newshour West Internship
Date Posted: 

07/15/21

PBS Newshour West
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 8 or 15 hours per week

Type:

Broadcast Production, Digital Production

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

By August 1, please send a resume, link to work samples and three references and reference contact info to: cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu.

The internship program is designed to give currently-enrolled Cronkite School students practical experience in a newsroom setting. During their tenure, interns are exposed to many aspects of producing a nightly television news program and digital production. Duties include, but are not limited to, researching stories, writing copy, selecting photos / videos, and accompanying production teams in the field. Please note: the two internships will include one 15-hour per week and one 8-hour per week internship.

ELIGIBLITY:
Current undergraduate or graduate student enrolled and in good standing at Cronkite School of Journalism who has completed JMC 305/306 (Multimedia Journalism) or the graduate-level MCO 502 (Journalism Skills) class.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Excellent writing and research skills
Demonstrates interest in journalism and/or television production
Strong work ethic and effective time management
Knows Adobe Photoshop and Premiere

Fall 2021 Newsroom Assistant Internship
Date Posted: 

5/6/21

Jewish News
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 10 hours per week

Type:

Newsroom Assistant (Hybrid)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Shannon Levitt

Instructions: 

Visit jewishaz.com and the Jewish News Facebook page, then tap the APPLY button and send a resume and a cover letter or email outlining what experience you are looking to gain.

Jewish News, serving the Jewish community of greater Phoenix, is a small but mighty news operation located inside the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in North Scottsdale.

Unlike many other news outlets, we aren't after click bait or breaking news, but rather stories that make a difference and uplift the Jewish community. Staff writer Nicole Raz has jokingly called Jews News' editorial priorities "a unicorn" in the current news media landscape.

To many people's surprise, the publication is just fueled by Raz and managing editor Shannon Levitt. Because we are a small team, interns will have the opportunity to receive hands-on mentorship and, if they wish, implement visions of their own for our social media presence, story ideas, our community calendar, and other aspects of our operation. We welcome creativity and will be happy to work to with interns to ensure they are gaining the experience that is most valuable to them. This is a flexible and hybrid position that is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.

Fall 2021 News Internship (ABC15)
Date Posted: 

7/14/21

ABC15 (KNXV)
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

News broadcasting

Wage: 

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions.

ABC15 is seeking news intern for the Fall 2021 semester. Interns will gain industry and organizational knowledge through daily job assignments.

Key Activities
Gain exposure to the industry
Perform assigned duties as relating to the internship
Develop skills based on the area supporting
Other duties as assigned

Skills
Education & Experience/Certifications
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Internships are intended to be positions that are for a limited duration

Skills & Abilities
Strong desire to learn more about the industry
Ability to work with a team
Ability to follow directions

Fall 2021 Multimedia Communications Intern
Date Posted: 

07/13/21

Arizona Board of Regents
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

Public Relations, Social Media, Videography

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Please send resume and link to work samples to cronkitecareeservices@asu.edu. Deadline to apply is July 23.

As a multimedia communications intern at the Arizona Board of Regents, you will work closely with the communications team to support the identification and development of communications strategies through multiple platforms to boost engagement and educate and inform the board’s stakeholders about its ongoing initiatives and activities. This internship offers broad multimedia experience and mentorship to support the student’s academic development. The intern has the opportunity to work in collaboration with the board’s communication team, as well as communication colleagues at Arizona’s public universities.

Responsibilities include:
• Support creation of monthly content calendars, including content for social and digital platforms
• Monitor the board’s social media channels, earned media and assist with development of analytics
• Assist in shooting/editing video and taking photos at events and meetings
• Assist with media relations initiatives
• Develop draft press releases, advisories, collateral, presentations, fact sheets.
• Support the communications team at live and online events

Requirements
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Basic knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram
Experience with any or all of the following software/applications are highly desirable: Final Cut
Pro or Adobe Premier, Hootsuite, Meltwater
Strong AP-style writing skills
You must have the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively; possess excellent
organization and communications skills; can pay attention to detail
Must be available to work in our Phoenix office and have a mode of transportation

Fall 2021 Marketing and Broadcast Internship
Date Posted: 

7/12/21

Ability360
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 20 hours per week

Type:

Marketing and Broadcast

Wage: 

$12.15 / hour

Contact: 

Kasey Kaler

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send a resume and works samples to Kasey Kaler by July 23.

Ability360 is currently looking for a Marketing and Broadcast intern. Duties include identifying and developing editorial stories about people and events related to the disability community and participating in marketing campaigns for events (sports, activism, outdoor recreation, community integration) to create, sponsor and promote. Tasks include writing, editing, online research, event planning, as well as related assignments that could include photography, videography, commercial art, and post-production of media. Writing projects will include interviewing consumers, staff, community members or others in order to develop stories or content on video. Content may be distributed to or published in a variety of formats, including newspapers, magazines, radio or print ads, website, Facebook, and general Ability360 marketing materials. The marketing team publishes LivAbility, a quarterly lifestyle magazine. Interns will get bylines and be involved in all aspects of magazine design, production and distribution. Interns should be competent in developing creative and effective social media campaigns. Interns should be open to collaborating yet competent to produce content on their own. Our small office is an open industrial studio with a casual atmosphere. A good Spotify playlist is welcome. Hours are reasonably flexible. Laptop with Adobe software almost essential. Transportation is not required but is helpful. Juniors and above with previous internship experience only.

Fall 2021 Marketing Intern
Date Posted: 

07/12/21

Hashtag Sports
Remote
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Social Media, Digital Marketing

Wage: 

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions.

Hashtag Sports is seeking a marketing intern to join our growing team remotely as we accelerate event attendance and grow our online audience. This position is a fast-paced opportunity for a sports-loving young professional who is looking to learn how to plan and promote unforgettable experiences.

The internship will focus on the growth of our CRM, email marketing and social media tactics, marketing research and analysis, and ideation surrounding the strategic development of the Hashtag Sports brand.

The intern should have excellent knowledge of sports and entertainment culture as well as an interest in business and events. This position requires high attention to detail and the ability to think critically. The ideal candidate will be creative, organized, and willing to roll up their sleeves.

Responsibilities
Assist in the launch and promotion of new events, programs, partnerships, and content
Brainstorm and write copy and create graphics for social media, website and email marketing
Monitor social media and engage with our community
Support the marketing team in daily campaign workflows
Research marketing trends, analyze digital channels, and optimize content
Prepare company decks and promotional materials
Contribute to content and strategy for Engage by Hashtag Sports editorial platform
Assist with production of the Hashtag Sports Daily and Weekly newsletters
Help organize online events, webinars, and awards programs

Fall 2021 Magazine Writing Internship
Date Posted: 

3/7/21

Phoenix Home & Garden
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours /week

Type:

Magazine Writing (Virtual)

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Lauren Tyda

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and email a cover letter, resume and samples of your writing (preferably published) to Sr. Executive Editor Lauren Tyda.

Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine is accepting applications for the summer/fall iteration of its editorial internship program. Our interns work hand-in-hand with the editors and focus on writing, researching, interviewing, proofing and dreaming up stories for the print magazine and website. Benefits: Terrific practical hands-on experience with a leading local magazine. This internship is perfect for writers who are looking to hone their craft and be involved in exciting mainstream media. This internship is ideal for storytellers who know how to carry readers along with them through a story. Qualifications:

-Exceptional written communication skills
-Excellent understanding of storytelling and voice
-Proficiency in grammar, AP style, punctuation and spelling
-Team player with excellent interpersonal/ collaboration skills
-Experience with WordPress or other CMS a plus
-Social media prowess is a plus, but not required

Responsibilities:
-Research, source and pitch stories
-Write and upload content to the website
-Write small items for the magazine
-Work with PR or necessary contacts to obtain supplied imagery, confirmation of rights to publish and any necessary photo credits for the magazine and/or for website
-Assist with proofing and fact checking print stories
-Digital content may also be published on the website of our sister publication, PHOENIX Magazine.
-Contribute occasionally to our social media channels

Fall 2021 Magazine Writing Internship
Date Posted: 

04/21/21

Destination I Do
Chandler, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 12 hours per week

Type:

Magazine writing

Wage: 

Nonpaid

Contact: 

Lauren Marshall Ertl

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Lauren Marshall Ertl.

A student intern with Destination I Do magazine would assist staff with writing/posting daily blogs and updating online articles. Subject matter includes travel, destination weddings, fashion, beauty and more. Interns would also help to increase Destination I Do’s social media presence by creating content for Instagram, Pinterest and TikTok. Interns will gain a thorough understanding of the website’s and magazine’s content development. Experience in editing, creative writing and magazine layout design is also available. Having written work published in print is a possibility.

Fall 2021 Internship
Date Posted: 

2/26/21

Maricopa County
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours / week

Type:

Multimedia (Hybrid)

Wage: 

$12.00 / hour

Contact: 

Erika Flores

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: (1) Resume (2) Link to work samples to the email address listed.

We are looking for a motivated student to help us inform voters about the election process. Create videos, graphics, photos, and other content for our social media channels while developing media relations skills. Currently-enrolled Juniors and above.

Fall 2021 Digital or Broadcast Internship
Date Posted: 

3/2/21

Indian Country Today
Company Website
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum of 20 hours per week

Type:

Digital or Broadcast (Tentatively, virtual)

Wage: 

$15.00 / hour

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send your cover letter, resume, work examples and the names of at least two professional and one school references. Limit your clips to five pieces that represent your best work and show your range of experience. We prefer that candidates send clips or links to specific stories rather than linking to a personal website.In your cover letter, please specify whether you are seeking a digital news or broadcasting internship.

Join ICT, headquartered at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, as a paid intern and gain practical and professional experience. Work with reporters and editors and be assigned stories that serve our readership and viewership across Indigenous America and beyond. Our interns will gain experience in writing for a national, digital news site as well as producing content for our Monday through Friday broadcasts that air on public media stations in the United States and Australia.

Details: Internships for the summer are 12 weeks, 20 hours per week, and interns earn $15 an hour. Fall and spring internships are 15 weeks 20 hours per week, and interns earn $15 an hour. Schedule could include weekend hours. Depending on COVID-19 restrictions, this could be a remote position. Our goal is to hire two interns per period.

Interns learn how to cover news, features, profiles and more. Interns, while being assigned to a department and responsive to its supervisors, also will receive coaching by the editor who oversees them. An intern can work in multimedia as well, creating content and crafting social for digital platforms.

Qualifications include: The ability to write quickly, accurately and well; solid news judgment; genuine curiosity; quick learner; grasp of what drives interest on news sites as well as on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms; collaborative style that works well with a team. A familiarity with entry-level video editing platforms is preferred. Knowledge of American Indian tribes, Alaska Native communities and Indigenous cultures are a plus. Summer internship application due April 2. Fall internship application due June 25.

Fall 2021 Digital Marketing Intern
Date Posted: 

07/08/21

Serendipit
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Digital campaigns, digital marketing

Wage: 

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and read the full job description and application instructions.

The Digital Marketing Intern is an entry-level job in the Digital department of Serendipit Consulting. Serendipit Interns provide support in coordinating and executing digital media strategies in both paid and owned media channels. A successful candidate will work closely with the Digital team and Account Service team. This includes maintaining a high level of awareness with client activities, detail-oriented project management, and professional communication.

Job Responsibilities
Being a key member of the Digital team
Working with the Digital Team to create and implement campaigns
Developing and maintaining a working-level understanding of client’s industries, company cultures, products, and strategic communication plan
Staying on top of digital marketing trends
Contributing marketing/social media ideas and supporting in the creation of strategies
Administrative tasks as requested
Preparing weekly reports as requested by the Digital team
Support for all digital team members
Proofreading client work
Administrative tasks as requested
Client presentation coordination with teams
Support for all staff
Back up for answering phones

Qualifications / Skills
Excellent communication skills
High level of organization
Detail-oriented
Solution finder
Strong writing skills
Strong work ethic
Experienced in Google Drive
Professional conduct within and outside the office while conducting agency business

Fall 2021 Cronkite Communications Intern
Date Posted: 

4/27/21

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Social media, Writing, Public Relations

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Karen Bordeleau

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Karen Bordeleau.

The Cronkite Communications team is searching for a student intern who has excellent writing and communication skills as well as experience handling social media for an organization. The successful candidate should have the following course prerequisites and experience:
• Completion of JMC 201 with a B average or higher
• Experience working in Photoshop to create images and graphics to accompany social posts
• Understanding professional use of social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter) and how they are used to promote our brand and content
• Writing and distributing press releases to media organizations

Bonus experience:
• Digital analytics
• Multimedia experience
• Monitoring and reporting on activity on various social channels
• Experience with content management systems such as WordPress or Drupal

Fall 2021 Content Creation Internship
Date Posted: 

7/7/21

Criminal Minded Media
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 15 hours per week

Type:

Researcher and Content Creation

Wage: 

Paid by Stipend

Contact: 

Rick Phillips

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send a resume and link to work samples to Rick Phillips.

We are on the lookout for motivated, creative, and innovative people to join Criminal Minded Media.

Experience with researching, writing scripts, editing softwares and running social media accounts is beneficial.

The hours are flexible throughout the week and looking for the ability to start right away.

There are two solid areas of focus.

The first area is conducting research, securing interviews, writing scripts and editing podcasts, and, the second is on growing social media presence.

You would help with the production of weekly YouTube and Tik Tok videos, As well as assist in our Instagram and Facebook accounts.

There is space to bring your own podcast ideas and other talents to Criminal Minded Media.

There’s no glass ceiling in this internship!

Fall 2021 Communications Internship
Date Posted: 

6/12/21

Goldwater Institute
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 20 hours per week

Type:

Communications

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Kelly Day

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send: resume, link to your work samples to Kelly Day.

Communications Internship: Our communication team relies on interns to assist in development and implementation strategies, production of live videos, email communications and updating website and social media outlets with creative content. During the application process, submit a writing sample of a blog post regarding one of our current initiatives that interests you. Successful intern applicants will demonstrate: an active interest in public policy; strong intellectual aptitude, eagerness to work cooperatively and supportively with others; exceptional judgment and integrity; an appreciation for the free enterprise system and constitutionally limited government; and an interest in learning how to advance free market principles. We prefer applicants that are college juniors and seniors, graduate students or recent graduates. Applicants should be able to work a minimum of 20 hours each week during the school year

Fall 2021 Communications Intern
Date Posted: 

07/19/21

Martin Pear JCC
Scottsdale, Arizona
Hours:

Part Time

Type:

Content strategy

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button to view the application instructions.

The Martin Pear JCC seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist with marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of marketing while working in a non-profit organization. The Martin Pear JCC Communications Internship is a professional skills internship to assist the Marketing Team in implementing organizational communications and marketing strategies across the agency. The Communications Intern will work independently and in a team to fulfill organizational goals and initiatives related to marketing programming and events.

QUALIFICATIONS
Ability to meet and build relationships with a variety of stakeholders: JCC leadership and staff, members, preschool parents, camp families, etc. to gather and draft content
Firm grasp of social media tools and platforms including Facebook, Instagram etc.
Completed or working toward a college degree (junior level and up), preferably in a related field (e.g., English, Marketing/Communications, Advertising or Public Relations)
Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications a plus
Understanding of the basic principles of public relations and/or marketing
Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, PowerPoint, Excel
Possess excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
Genuine enthusiasm for creating compelling marketing materials to support The J programming
Self-starter, good time management, creative, with ability to communicate in a professional manner
Ability to work well independently, and within a team
Commitment to the continuous improvement of the organization’s mission

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Assist in planning, writing, and managing emails and e-newsletters
Update all bulletin boards around building on an ongoing basis
Assist Content Strategist in updating and maintaining The J’s social media presence, including daily monitoring, posting, scheduling, and reporting Facebook updates
Provide input for creative marketing strategies and social media campaigns
Manage editorial calendars
Create online advertisements as needed
Collaborate with staff on new ideas, directions, and tools for marketing and communications

Fall 2021 Business Writing Internship
Date Posted: 

7/13/21

Phoenix Business Journal
Phoenix, Arizona
Hours:

Minimum 16 hours per week (2 full days)

Type:

Writing

Wage: 

Paid

Contact: 

Greg Barr

Instructions: 

Tap the APPLY button and send a resume and link to work samples to Cronkite Career Services.

The Phoenix Business Journal is looking for paid part-time intern for the fall semester, working two 8-hour days per week. The ideal candidate would be a junior, senior or master’s student who can multitask and is hungry to learn, and is looking to be part of a fast-paced, award-winning newsroom. Besides writing daily stories the intern would be able to work on a long-term narrative/investigative project. Some business writing experience would be preferred.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

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La Jolla Mom Communications Scholarship

Deadline:
September 1, 2021
Description:
Are you currently pursuing a career in Communications? Are you unapologetically ambitious about what you will accomplish in your career? We want to meet you!

As part of our giving back initiatives, the team at La Jolla Mom is proud to offer assistance to college students studying communications or a related field. High school seniors who are planning on majoring in communications or a related field are also eligible.

Under this annual scholarship program, we will award a $500 one-time scholarship to a single recipient biannually, in the fall and spring academic year.

QUALIFICATIONS
To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate communications or related field degree program at an accredited college in the United States OR a graduating high school senior who has plans to study communications or related fields.

The scholarship recipient must be a US citizen or a permanent legal resident and will also be required to provide proof of acceptance to his or her college or university, or a college transcript.

Anyone who has been awarded a La Jolla Mom scholarship is ineligible to participate in subsequent years.

DEADLINE
The deadline to apply for the Fall La Jolla Mom Communications Scholarship is September 1, 2021. The winner will be notified by email prior to September 15, 2021.

WiseGEEK’s Scholarship for First Generation College Students

Deadline:
August 1, 2021
Description:
A college degree is a transformational milestone in life, especially for those who are attending as the first generation in their family.

First-generation college students are trailblazers. They are often extremely academically prepared, and highly talented. They serve as role models for younger siblings in cousins within their family, and they carry the dreams of their parents and grandparents on their shoulders.

The First-Generation College Students Scholarship is meant to support and encourage these students as they take on the biggest educational milestone thus far in their lives. This $500 award will help current or aspiring students who are the first in their family to attend college or university pay their tuition or student loans.

WiseGEEK’s No-Essay Scholarship for Hispanic Students

Deadline:
August 1, 2021
Description:
Access to quality education is a human right. And until that access is equally distributed, there’s work to be done.

Students who are Hispanic make up more than a fifth of the total student population attending universities and colleges within the US. Around 60% of them will require financial aid and often are financially disadvantaged compared to their peers from other racial groups.

The Hispanic Empowerment No-Essay Scholarship is meant to encourage diversity in academia. This $750 award will help current or aspiring students who are Hispanic pay their tuition or student loans.

WiseGeek Asian American/Pacific Islander Scholarship

Deadline:
August 1, 2021
Description:
Our bi-annual WiseGeek's Asian American/Pacific Islander Scholarship is meant to support the Asian American community and encourage diversity in academia. This $750 scholarship will help current students who are Asian American/Pacific Islander pay their tuition or student loans.

WiseGeek Recent Immigrants Scholarship

Deadline:
September 1, 2021
Description:
America is home to many immigrants who fuel our nation’s growth and development.

In 2018, more than 63% of foreign-born adults were employed compared to about 60% of native adults, among them brilliant thinkers, inventors, innovators, and incredibly hard-working individuals.

Despite this, immigrants are often targeted or stigmatized, creating a divide between those born abroad and those born in the country. To remove societal barriers and provide immigrants with equal means to succeed, there must be continuous discussion and distinct opportunities for immigrants all over the country.

WiseGeek Recent Immigrants Scholarship will support a recent immigrant who has big aspirations for their future in the United States.

WiseGeek Disability Scholarship

Deadline:
August 2, 2021
Description:
The WiseGeek Disability Scholarship is a $500 scholarship supporting students with mental or physical challenges.Millions of people suffer from various physical and mental disabilities, and unfortunately, they also deal with disability discrimination and disproportionate representation in the impoverished population.

Continuing discussions and raising awareness for people with disabilities is fundamentally important to ensure equal rights, treatment, and opportunity for all people.

To support those with disabilities, the WiseGeek Disability Scholarship will be awarded to one student at any grade level or field of study who has a disability and large ambitions for their life.