The Cronkite School is excited to let you know about a new Radio and Public Insight Reporting experience this spring. This three credit class will be led by a visiting professional from American Public Media http://americanpublicmedia.publicradio.org/ , which produces some of the country’s top radio programming. This will be an opportunity for exceptional students with an interest or experience in radio to be involved in depth reporting for public radio. There will be individual story assignments and group projects. The likely topical focus will be on sustainability and/or border issues. The pieces ultimately produced by the class will air on local radio or if exceptional, on an APM national program. As part of this experience, APM will be bringing in top editors and reporters to work with students on a rotating basis.
The class will meet on Friday afternoons from 1-5pm in the Cronkite News Service newsroom. This will be a “by permission” experience. The prerequisite is JMC 201, and JMC 315 is preferred. To apply, send a resume or summary of related experience, grades in relevant courses and the names/contact info of three references to: Catalina.email@example.com Applications will be accepted until 5pm Tuesday December 13th. If you have questions regarding this experience, you may direct those to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional materials on these programs are located in the Student Resource Center on the second floor of the Cronkite School.
Cronkite Study Abroad Programs- Summer 2012
Application deadline is March 1, 2012
International Business Journalism: Chinese Perspective
Beijing & Shanghai
Meet major media and business leaders of China. Students will socialize with Chinese students in both cities and participate in a high visibility multimedia project about China.
Contact: Andrew Leckey
Old Empires, New Media
London, Paris and Barcelona
Visit leading news organizations in three of Europe’s most historic and scenic capitals. Students will study the changing media landscape and do multimedia reporting on their experiences.
Contact: Dr. Bill Silcock
Covering the Summer Olympics
July 24-August 13
Cover the SUmmer Olympics in London for Cronkite News. Students will receive limited press credentials and will do multimedia reporting on the flurry of Olympic activities.
Contact: Asst. Dean Mark Lodato
SPRING 2012 INTERNSHIPS
The following listings are for paid and unpaid internships in the spring 2012 semester. As with any internship/job, we urge you to conduct thorough research on the company before you make an inquiry.
Spring 2012- GlobalMed Telemedicine
Video Production Intern
The Video Production Intern will work as part of GlobalMed’s Marketing Department team and will assist in creating introductory, training and informational videos for internal and extermal audiences. This position will comprise training and oversight of all stages of video production, including research, planning, script-writing, day-of-production activities and post-production editing.
Training will include:
•Participating in all aspects of production for our videos, including obtaining permissions from and securing and booking as well as managing communications with various locations/facilities.
•Working with the production team to create, manage and communicate schedules for in-house video production projects.
•Assisting in concept development, writing and producing of videos, including script writing, selecting music, video and graphic elements.
•Performing location scouting of medical facilities and hospitals as part of pre-production as well as researching location possibilities.
•Helping maintain an active locations list as an internal departmental resource.
•Helping maintain accurate departmental records for production schedules.
•Participating in video shoots, including but not limited to, initial arrival at location, assisting with set-up of props, camera operation, audio and TelePrompTer.
•May serve as production talent as needed.
•Assisting department with internal & external correspondence, phone, mail, faxes copying and scheduling, etc.
•Assisting in editing video footage.
•Participating in operational and production scheduling meetings.
Qualifications & Experience
•A Junior or Senior in the ASU Cronkite School.
•Ability to operate equipment used in video production.
•Knowledge of video/post-production software
•Knowledge of how to compose and construct video segments to convey a message and/or tell a story.
•Writing and verbal skills.
•Strong organizational skills
•Clear and concise communication skills
•Flexible and able to succeed in a fast-paced, rapidly changing and high-pressure environment.
•Self-motivated and demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
•Strong integrity and interpersonal skills.
Contact Roger Downey
15020 North 74th Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
AZ Big Media
CLASS STANDING: JR + only
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
ARIZONA BUSINESS MAGAZINE
Successful candidates will be working on Arizona Business Magazine, a bi-monthly publication focusing on the state’s business community. Interns will have the opportunity to write profiles on small businesses and prominent people in the business community, as well as articles on the organizations that assist businesses. Other duties include, but are not limited to, assisting editors on projects, fact checking, proof reading, and working with the art department on photo shoots. Interns will learn the magazine production process from start to finish under the tutelage of editors and art directors. They will also receive regular feedback on their performance and writing. Interns may also be asked to help work at several off-site, after-hour events. This includes at least one weekend event. Internship hours and days will be tailored to successful candidates’ schedules. The positions are unpaid and open to juniors and seniors.
CONTACT: Peter Madrid email@example.com
Location: 3101 N. Central Ave. #1070, Phoenix
CLASS STANDING: Sophomores +
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
Successful candidates will be working on several of AZ Big Media’s websites, including Arizona Business Magazine’s website, AZNow.Biz; Arizona Commercial Real Estate | AZRE’s website, AZREmagazine.com; Scottsdale Living’s website, ScottsdaleLivingMagazine.com; and Experience Arizona’s website, ExperienceAZOnline.com. Duties include writing daily and weekly business-, real estate-, lifestyle- and travel-related stories for the websites as assigned by editors, as well as working closely with staff on social media campaigns. Candidates will also assist in quality control of the website materials, provide support in the production and management of content for the websites — which includes learning how to post on WordPress, learning how to work with images, and learning basic HTML and SEO, or Search Engine Optimization. Interns will also receive regular feedback on their performance and writing as they increase their online presence, building their respective profiles. Interns may also be asked to help work at several off-site, after-hour events. This includes at least one weekend event. Internship hours and days will be tailored to successful candidates’ schedules. The positions are unpaid and open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. View a couple of our past interns’ online profiles: http://aznow.biz/author/sayiers http://aznow.biz/author/andrea-crandall
AZ BIG MEDIA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
Successful candidates will be working on our numerous publications, including Scottsdale Living, AZRE: Commercial Real Estate Magazine, Experience AZ, Ranking Arizona and Play Ball. Interns will have the opportunity to write bylined articles for publications, assist editors on projects, fact check, perform data entry, proof read, and work with the art department on photo shoots. Interns will learn about the overall workings of a publishing company under the tutelage of editors, administrators and art directors. They will receive regular feedback on their performance and writing skills. Interns may also be asked to help work at several off-site, after-hour events. This includes at least one weekend event. Internship hours and days will be tailored to successful candidates’ schedules. The positions are unpaid and open to second-semester freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
CONTACT: Peter Madrid firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 3101 N. Central Ave. #1070, Phoenix
Bonneville Media- KTAR.com
CLASS STANDING: Open (previous internship experience recommended)
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
To update, gather, maintain, and create content for KTAR.com. Ensure that all content on the web site is fresh and represents the high standards of the station’s on-air products. The ideal candidate for this position demonstrates strong editorial skills and sound news judgment.
The photo intern will have the availability to cover many events throughout the Valley. Expectations will be to take photos and capture the stories of interesting happenings. Events and happenings will include specific events, entertainment, news, and others. The ideal candidate for this position demonstrates strong photography skills and being able to improve their photo journalism skills.
Location: 7740 N. 16th St. #200, Phoenix
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
Web Content Editor/Producer Internship
EmpowHER’s Copy Editor/Web Producer must have excellent creative writing skills; an understanding of standard grammar and style guidebooks, such as the AP Stylebook; the ability to improve written material for consistency, clarity and flow as well as sentence structure, grammar, spelling and punctuation and fact-checking and research. Must also have basic understanding of content management systems and search engine optimization.
• Duties include copy editing original health, wellness and medical articles in accordance with The Associated Press style guide; • Optimizing articles for search engines. • Choosing and sizing photos relevant to content; • Enterprising and building interactive features including polls and slideshows; • Writing at least one sourced health-related article each week; Requirements: • Familiarity with The Associated Press Style guide and strong editorial skills – proofreading, excellent spelling and grammar; • Basic experience with online publishing tools; • Strong time management skills; • Familiarity with Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing preferred.
EmpowHER is an award-winning health media company for women. The Company’s website provides visitors access to one of the largest women’s health and wellness content libraries on the web, as well as the largest online community of women discussing their health and wellness issues.
EmpowHER promotes a “24 Hour Promise” to its visitors, who can come to the site, ask any health question and receive a response within 24 hours.
CONTACT:Tina Tran email@example.com
Location: 4747 N. Scottsdale Rd. C-1003, Scottsdale
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS:MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
This 15-week-minimum unpaid internship will be in exchange for hands-on experience at the Jewish News. You do not have to be Jewish to write for us.
•Writing news stories, feature stories and profiles
•Learning AP Style
Class credit as determined by intern’s school. No financial compensation, except for reimbursement for pre-approved mileage when on assignment.
Supervisor: Josh Sayles, Staff Writer
LOCATION: 1625 E. Northern Ave. – Suite 106
CLASS STANDING: Jr. + with completion of JMC 301 and JMC 305
HOURS: MINIMUM 20 HRS/WEEK
Position Summary: In order to be an intern with CBS 5 News, you must be studying journalism at an accredited university. You must also be receiving school credit for your internship. You need to be a Junior or Senior in school and be able to work at least 20 hours per week. In the spring and fall semesters, there is a bi-weekly report about what was learned in each section of the internship plus a final evaluation. In the summer, reports are due weekly. There is no winter session.
The internship is designed to teach a prospective web editor what it takes to put a news story online. 1. Write and publish stories for KPHO.com 2. Actively investigate stories and confirm facts before writing stories for KPHO.com 3. Edit video clips and assign to designated categories 4. Edit photos and create slideshows 5. Enterprise original stories for KPHO.com Travel: Interns will be required to be at the station at a required time. Interns may need to drive their personal vehicle to a location for a story.
Contact: Breann Bierman
Location: Black Canyon Freeway & Indian School Rd.
Phoenix Business Journal
CLASS STANDING: Jr.+ student only with previous internship experience
We will consider a sophomore who has previous internship experience and strong clips.
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
Business Journal interns work on a variety of assignments, ranging from short profiles to full-length news feature stories to daily breaking web stories. They are part of our newsroom and fully integrated into the day-to-day staff meetings and story discussion process.
Interns report directly to the managing editor, but will work with our Web editor, copy editor and project editors on a variety of assignments. Interns are encouraged to follow local business news and pitch their own stories ideas after they have researched the topic and what kind of local coverage it has received.
We seek exclusive news for the local business community, and we strive to get all of our interns at least one Page 1 story during their time with us. We strongly prefer that our interns have some previous internship experience and know the fundamentals of writing a story, checking facts and story structure. It’s also preferred that interns have an interest in business journalism and have some basic knowledge of financial statements and terms such as revenue vs. profit, stock shares, etc.
Our website has grown tremendously in the past few years and we recently underwent a major redesign across all 40 of our markets. We have a great opportunity for interns with multimedia experience to promote our website via Twitter, Facebook and Linked In, as well as take photos, shoot and edit video and handle some Web updates.
We are no longer a newspaper company, but an information company, and our interns have the opportunity to apply these skills in a variety of areas. Many of our interns have gone on to prestigious jobs in the industry, including CNN Money, the Los Angeles Times, the Oregonian in Portland and more.
Contact: Randi Weinstein
Location: 101 N. First Avenue, Suite 2300 Phoenix
PHOENIX NEW TIMES- PHOTO
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; Must have completed JMC 351 (Photo I)
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
We’re looking for students anxious to build their photo portfolios. Will shoot food and various eating establishments and might be asked to create online slide shows about them. Writing will be kept to slide show descriptions and captions for the most part. Additionally, because of the nature of the position working on weekends is an absolute necessity. In short, being an intern is much like being a freelance photographer for Phoenix New Times.
CONTACT: Peter Storch
Location: 1201 E. Jefferson, Phoenix
CLASS STANDING: JR. + Only
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
Join a dedicated team in a fun, energetic and hip atmosphere for a North Scottsdale dream internship! Who gets the job We are looking for two smart, talented interns to assist our editorial. While the positions are unpaid, they offer the perfect opportunity for college students to gain practical experience in online media, with high potential to transition into a full-time position.
Candidates must possess the energy and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and the confidence to uphold the integrity of SheKnows editorial standards. These are part-time, unpaid, in-office positions. And one of the best parts… for those of you who love to write, here’s a tremendous opportunity to get published!
Editorial Interns Key areas of responsibility include:
• Assisting our editorial team with production of new articles • Researching, fact checking, interviewing and copy editing • Brainstorming new ideas and topics to cover, pitching stories • Uploading articles to the SheKnows site using our custom-built online content management system • Performing day-to-day site maintenance and quality assurance via copy editing and testing • Assisting in promotion via social media, reader interaction and more! Requirements and qualifications: • Computer savviness: You must be ready and able to work with computer- and Web-based programs. If you have never cropped a picture, you need not apply. • Background in journalism, creative writing, mass communications or related field. • Grammar proficiency: Plenty of people know where a period goes. We want someone who feels utterly repulsed at the careless misuse of “your” and “you’re.” Or any other gross misuse of the English language, for that matter (and yes, that is a fragment).
Cleverness and strong writing skills are essential. Depending on your talent and interest, you may write articles for the site, as well. • Willingness to have fun: We are a fun staff, and we genuinely love what we do, so charisma, a sense of humor and a thirst for learning new things will help. • Ability to juggle numerous projects at once under deadline pressure • Organization and deadline management skills • Experience or knowledge of Web development: A strong plus • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word • Experience in any CMS (Word Press, Joomla, etc.), Macromedia Fireworks or Photoshop: A big plus!
Contact Lauren Swanson firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 16101 N. 82nd St., Suite A-1, Scottsdale
CLASS STANDING: Jr. + Only with previous internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 10-15 HRS/WEEK
Thinking Arizona is a non-partisan website that covers public policy, using an analytical approach. The intern will contribute a significant amount to the News Tracker feature, which aggregates news developments on the public-policy topics (e.g., elections, state budgets) covered by the website. The intern should have an interest in state government and public policy.
Responsibilities include tracking news sources, writing news summaries, and reporting/writing stories that otherwise would go uncovered. The job requires a small amount of attention each weekday, which can be done from home in Phoenix. Additional time to be devoted on a spot basis to original reporting.
Contact: Richard Gilman
Location: Tucson (but you work from Phoenix)
CLASS STANDING: SO+ with completion of JMC 201; Previous internship experience or campus publications required
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($8/hr)
VIRGO Publishing is a business-to-business publisher that produces 18 trade journals within four topics: medical, health and nutrition, communications, and business solutions. VIRGO has more than 20 years experience in the business-to-business industry. Each department (medical, health and nutrition, communications, and business solutions) seeks one intern. The intern will copy edit, conduct research, write news stories and articles, and help with other projects. This internship will give students the chance to delve deeply into one topic and to see how the work culture and opportunities of trade journalism differ from the offerings of consumer media.
CONTACT: Michelle Beaver email@example.com
Location: 3300 N. central Ave., Phoenix
Public Relations Spring 2012 Intern
Off Madison Ave Public Relations and Advertising
Off Madison Ave is a high-energy, integrated communications agency in Phoenix, Ariz. located just north of downtown Tempe. Named one of the Best Places to Work in Arizona, our clients include Nike, Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, Southwest Human Development, ARCADIS U.S. and many other great brands. We provide services in advertising, public relations, media, graphic design, strategy and Internet marketing.
Are you looking for a spring internship where you can put your creative and strategic mind to the test and thoroughly explore the field of public relations? Do you possess a relentlessly positive and proactive attitude, tremendous writing skills and are up for learning industry best practices in an integrated communications environment? If so, we are looking for you!
We are currently accepting resumes for our spring public relations internship. This is a 20-hour per week, paid position, which begins January 2012 and runs through March.
By the way…did we mention the perks? You’ll get to work with some of the best and brightest in the industry and this internship includes an invitation to our quarterly agency artist reception, all the free snacks you can eat…oh, and access to our “Friday Fun” hour each week!
Think this is the place for you?
•To be enrolled in college with a focus in PR, Journalism, Communications or a related field.
•Strong written and verbal communications specific to press release and media relations documents.
•Solid proofreading and editing skills.
•Strong knowledge of AP style.
•Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment.
•Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and appropriate software programs.
•To think strategically and creatively.
• Ability to work with a team, have fun and love what you do.
•Provide day-to-day account support for various agency clients.
•Assist with research and development of databases for various client and agency projects.
•Assist with writing and editing communications materials utilizing your knowledge of AP style.
•Assist with media relations efforts and on-site event participation.
•Continuously monitor current events and news in the public relations/communications field and clients’ industries.
•Assist teams with preparation of documents and other needs for client meetings and communications.
• Assist in new business projects by conducting news monitoring and research.
Interested? Check out www.offmadisonave.com and then send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “Spring PR Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Posting expires 1-16-2012.
OLSON COMMUNICATIONS SEEKS PR / SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN
Olson Communications, Inc. is a full-service, public relations and content marketing firm located in Scottsdale, Arizona, specializing in four key practice areas: real estate, hospitality, sustainability and wellness. We are currently seeking a self-motivated, high-energy spring intern to add to our team of six professionals.
For the PR internship, the candidate will perform a variety of duties including writing, media pitching, client interaction, social media initiatives, content gathering, account administration, event planning/execution and general office support functions. The ideal candidate will have had at least one prior internship, understand the most popular social media platforms and exhibit strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Integrity, accountability and a strong work ethic must be at the core of individuals who apply.
We’re looking for a candidate who can devote at least 20 hours per week, from approximately Dec. 15, 2011 to May 15, 2012. This is a PAID internship!
Please email your resume, cover letter and writing samples to email@example.com by December 12. No phone calls please. For more information about Olson, please visit our website at www.olsoncomm.com, or our blog at www.depthinprblog.com
Spring 2012- Maternity.com
Be part of an exciting revamp project for a major women’s content site. Maternity.com is looking for a paid Editorial/Marketing intern. The right candidate will be interested in women’s health and lifestyle topics and he or she will be a detail-oriented, self starter. The position will include: forum/competition monitoring, campaign analysis, writing, blogging and some administrative duties. Marketing or Journalism degree candidates only. Please apply by sending a resume and cover letter to Anita@maternity.com. 20 hours a week,paid.
Social Media Intern – Spring 2012
APPLICATION DEADLINE: DEC. 15, 2011
Location: National (Internet-based) OR Phoenix, Ariz.
For Credit Only
Earth911 is looking for a skilled up-and-coming journalist, writer or environmental guru to assist in its social media work for the Spring 2012 semester. You’ll be working at our offices in Scottsdale as a part of our Editorial Team – and not fetching coffee!
What You’ll Be Doing:
Assist Social Media Editor in tracking and measuring Earth911’s social media effectiveness
Draft social media posts on a regular basis to promote Earth911.com, its stories, newsletter, etc.
Use creative thinking and research to help develop social media campaigns and programming in accordance with Editorial Sales
When needed, represent Earth911 at social events pertaining to social media in the Phoenix area (if locally based)
Assist in multimedia development for social media, including photography, videography, etc.
Help identify influencers and experts in various sustainability fields to add to Earth911’s contacts
Complete research tasks including, but not limited to, identifying best practices, up-and-coming social media platforms, trends, themes, etc.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including attention to grammar, sentence construction and clarity
An understanding of translating scientific or government terminology into content designed for a consumer audience
Ability to work in a team-oriented environment and provide creative solutions to various problems and challenges in sustainability communications
Ability to communicate in a non-partisan, neutral tone with internal and external audiences
Ability to apply ideas learned in an academic setting to real-world applications
A basic understanding of environmental topics including recycling, proper disposal, cradle-to-cradle and renewable energy
Fluency and experience with social media topics. Experience with Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube and/or StumbleUpon
Experience with Hootsuite, WordPress and bit.ly
What You Get:
Relevant, real-world work experience building a brand that’s making a difference
The opportunity to network with local and national sustainability influencers
The chance to work with the intelligent and creative Earth911 Editorial Team
To hang out at our brand-new and sustainable offices (if you’re located in the Phoenix area)
140 character sample tweet promoting a recent Earth911.com article
200 character sample Facebook post for the Earth911 page promoting a recent Earth911 article
3 suggestions on how Earth911 could improve its audience engagement on Twitter and/or Facebook. Please provide suggestion with a real-world sample solution or correction
Optional: Your social media handle(s), videos produced, etc. Please note applicants will not be judged based on the content presented therein, but simply to attain a sense of applicant’s proficiency on the platform
Optional: One writing sample of 300 words or less displaying your writing acumen and experience and knowledge of AP style
How to Apply:
This internship is for credit only. Candidates must be enrolled in college-level courses and receive written permission from their institution. The application deadline is Dec. 15. Internship starts in mid-January and runs through the beginning of May, depending on credit requirements of university.
Candidates should send requirements to:
Jennifer Berry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Glimpse Correspondents Program- Spring 2012
Travel Writing (PAID)
The Glimpse Correspondents Program is an opportunity for writers and photographers who will be living abroad in 2012 to have their work published and recognized in nationally renowned publications. Correspondents receive critical feedback on their writing and photography and develop a portfolio of highly accomplished work. Critically, at a time when many opportunities for emerging writers do not pay, Glimpse Correspondents receive a $600 stipend.
Previous correspondents have gone on to develop their stories into books, become professional journalists, enter MFA programs, and graduate from some of the country’s top universities.
In the past year we’ve published stories about the journeys undertaken by North Korean defectors, day to day life in a South African township, struggles of the African-American diaspora in in Uganda, and the tenuous hope of post-Communist Poland as discovered by a burgeoning club star.
For more information about the program, including specific dates and requirements, please visit http://glimpse.org/the-correspondents-program/
You can also access the application directly on the Glimpse website: http://glimpse.org/application/
Deadline to apply is December 20.
Communication Arts Network (C.A.N.) is involved in all forms of marketing services for its clients, including campaign strategy, public relations, advertising, graphic design, social media, website construction, publishing (we’ve even served as book editor/consultant to past ASU college
The firm was incorporated in 1987 as American Computer Publishing Inc. and was one of the first firms in Phoenix to use Macintosh computers for publishing and marketing projects. We’re much like a full-service ad agency, but quite unconventional in our approach. We focus on fascinating projects for clients like the Scottsdale Gallery Association, handling them from our “Scottsdale C.A.N.®” headquarters and fostering collaboration or cross-promotion between many factions in a concentrated area via our new Up With Downtown® concept. One example of our client work is the website www.ScottsdaleGalleries.com which we manage for the Scottsdale Arts District to promo its many activities. While our firm has a strong niche in entertainment and the arts, we also work with business, civic and nonprofit clients of every kind.
C.A.N. is hoping to find a part-time intern or subcontractor who has communication skills and marketing interests, especially as they might relate to the business of music and the arts. The person we’re looking for need not have an arts, marketing or music background; their smarts, versatility,
communication skills, personality, energy and interest in the arts & entertainment business are more paramount. Some of the work can be done at home using a computer and internet connection. Tasks will involve computing, emailing, social media marketing, sponsorship development and customer
relations. Customers may include communities, festivals, artists, musicians, art galleries and others.
C.A.N. would prefer someone with a couple years of college, but we’d value other maturity attributes or life experiences as well. College majors relevant to our projects as described above could be business, arts, music, arts management, communications (P.R.), marketing or journalism, but a “generalist” is also appreciated because we do so many different things.
Based on experience, there will be extremely modest hourly pay for the intern, augmented by potentially rewarding commissions, but we’d emphasize the value of the entrepreneurial learning experience above all else because we’re a unique, diversified firm with a mentoring demeanor and we’re involved in fun-but-relevant projects. Our needs fluctuate depending on workload, and we’re also flexible about meshing with a talented helper’s own schedule (such as school and other part time jobs), but can typically offer 12 to 20 hours of work per week. The hours can vary, though some key times will be required, such as during events we coordinate. At the moment, 90% of our work is in the East Valley or downtown Phoenix, so logistics may be important. A part-time
internship position is available immediately. There are excellent prospects for the right intern to continue as a part-timer in the future as well.
SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
Announcement for Graduate Students Working Toward Careers in Journalism:
FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics), in collaboration with The Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, is now accepting applications for fellowships designed to challenge graduate students interested in careers in journalism to study contemporary ethical issues using the conduct of journalists in Nazi Germany as a framework.
Fellowships include an all-expense paid trip from New York to Berlin, Krakow, and Oświęcim (Auschwitz) where students will work with leading faculty to explore both the history and the ethical issues facing their profession today. All program costs, including international and European travel, lodging, and food, are covered.
The program dates for FASPE Journalism are May 20 – June 1, 2012.
Completed applications must be received by January 6, 2012. Candidates of all religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
To apply or to learn more about FASPE, please visit: http://www.mjhnyc.org/FASPE/
If you have any questions, please contact Thorin R. Tritter, Managing Director of FASPE, at FASPE@mjhnyc.org.