Opportunities 8.21.12

Job Fair
If you are looking for part-time downtown Phoenix employment for the school year, make plans to attend the ASU Student Job Fair. This job fair is not focused on media jobs, but will feature opportunities for retail, food services, some campus jobs and others.

ASU Student Job Fair
Wednesday August 22
A.E. England Building
424 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Legislative Internship Open House
The 2012-13 Arizona Legislative Internship Program Open House event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 28 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus. If selected you might be eligible for course credit, a tuition waiver and $4200 stipend. Learn more at the open house.

A.E. England Building
424 N. Central Ave.

ASU Academic Bowl
Did you graduate at, or near the top of your class? When you play quiz games, do you usually smoke the competition of family, friends or classmates? If so, we want you to be on the Cronkite School teams. Get ready to compete with the brightest ASU students from across the campus. The Cronkite School will form two teams of REALLY smart students for this year’s ASU Academic Bowl. http://www.asu.edu/academicbowl/about.html

If you are interested in trying out for the team, contact Academic Advisor Brad Longwell at brad.longwell@asu.edu

The 20-minute matches will be played in October.

Internship eligibility
Most, if not all, companies require that a student receive course credit for any internship work performed at the company. Please keep in mind that you must first complete JMC 101 (Grammar for Journalists) and JMC 110 (Principles of History of Journalism) to be eligible for MCO 294 internship credit. If you have not completed JMC 101 and JMC 110, you are not eligible for internship credit.


Phoenix Coyotes Internship- fall semester
The NHL hockey club is looking for two (2) game-night interns and one (1) full-time intern who would report and work closely with the manager of media relations, Tim Bulmer.

The candidate(s) would need to be interested in a career in media relations (preferably sports), journalism, public relations etc. They would need to be available for all 41 home games, including our two preseason home games. The full-time intern would need to have sufficient knowledge about our sport. The individual would be responsible for compiling daily clips every morning, assisting me with our team yearbook, tracking statistical information on all of our prospects, and acting as a lead intern on game nights.

EMAIL resume and cover letter to Tim Bulmer.

PR Internship- fall semester
J. Lauren PR is now seeking a hardworking, talented PR intern for the Fall semester. Located in Tempe (College & 5th Ave), J. Lauren PR is a boutique lifestyle and luxury-brand PR, social media and marketing firm. Clients include Prada, CityScape Phoenix, The Saguaro Hotel, Distrito, Westgate, Jewelry by Gauthier, Sterling at Silverleaf, among others. More info at: www.jlaurenpr.com

No coffee runs, faxing or errands here – The main function of the PR Intern is to support the public relations team with a variety of tasks. Primary duties include:

* Create and maintain target media lists
* Perform extensive research
* Monitor local, regional and national media
* Assist with writing press materials including press releases and fact sheets
* Assemble media kits
* Determine reach for media placements
* Design and manage client media clippings
* Attend and help manage client events

Internship details
* Unpaid
* 15-20 hours/week required
* One semester commitment required
* Agency or journalism intern experience preferred
* Must be at least a junior in college

Please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@jlaurenpr.com

High School Football Writing Internship- fall semester
ArizonaSports.com (the online entity of Arizona Sports 620 KTAR) is looking for reporters to help blanket the Valley for coverage of high school football this fall.

Ideal candidates possess strong writing and interpersonal skills and reliable transportation to get to games around the Phoenix metro area.

Candidates are asked to submit a writing sample (preferably sports-related) during interview process or to Vince Marotta at ArizonaSports com vmarotta@arizonasportscom prior to April 6.

This is an unpaid internship.

CONTACT: Vince Marotta
Web Content Editor
Location: 7740 N. 16th St. #200, Phoenix

East Valley Tribune- fall internships
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; Experience with a previous publication desired

General News Intern
The general news intern will work in concert with the East Valley Tribune’s editorial team (reporters, editors) on a number of varying assignments. These include producing news, features, business and technology stories for various Tribune brands. While interns may branch out and learn to utilize multiple forms of storytelling (video, photo, digital), written stories for use in print and online will be at the core of this opportunity. Coverage may include breaking news, feature stories or profiles on local personalities or businesses, or in-depth, enterprise coverage of various issues. Candidates with photography and/or videography experience are desirable, but the most impressive candidates will display a willing and eager attitude to dig in, take on varied assignments and learn new processes and equipment. Ideal candidates will quickly apply what they learn to improve their skills.

Arts & Entertainment Intern
This intern will report primarily for GetOut, East Valley Tribune’s arts and entertainment hub. Potential stories include features on local people or groups involved in arts, theater, music, dance, museums, attractions, dining and other “things to do”; event previews; and occasional interviews with national entertainment personalities. This intern will have the opportunity to shoot photos and produce/appear in weekly webcasts and/or short videos to supplement select stories. The intern will have a hand in promoting GetOut via social media and may get to work on occasional news stories or other newsroom projects, as time allows. Candidates with photography and/or videography experience are desirable, but the most impressive candidates will display a willing and eager attitude to dig in, take on varied assignments and learn new processes and equipment. Ideal candidates will quickly apply what they learn to improve their skills. Please note that this is not a “reviewer” position for movies, music or theater.

Photo/Video Intern
The Photo/Video Intern will shoot photos to help tell a story visually for news, features and high school sports. The intern will also shoot/produce short videos when an assignment calls for it. Students will have the opportunity to have their work shown in print, showcased through galleries and slideshows online, as well as produce various multimedia components (namely video) for the complement of East Valley Tribune brands (including Nerdvana, the Tribune’s pop culture and technology blog, and GetOut, EVT’s (EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE CONT’D) Valley-wide arts and entertainment hub). This person should be able to caption photos using AP style and meet tight deadlines. Candidates with some experience, their own equipment, and a basic or better knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and/or Final Cut Pro are most desirable. You must be a self starter who is willing to explore. Be prepared to show a portfolio with examples of your work.

Social Media/Technology Intern
The Social Media/Technology intern will have a two-fold opportunity at the East Valley Tribune. This opportunity will conceivably include work with the Tribune’s various social media projects, as well as editorial coverage of local issues and topics relating to the prominent East Valley technology and aerospace industries. In terms of the social media component, this intern will work with the EVT social media team, assisting with efforts to craft a relevant and impactful social media strategy and usage guidelines for various social media outlets (including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest), with the intent of better delivering information, showcasing news coverage and growing readership. In terms of the technology editorial component, this intern will be willing and eager to learn, research and share local-centric information in written form – and visual, if applicable – to a targeted audience of technology industry employees and constituents. The most impressive candidates will display a willing and eager attitude to dig in, take on varied assignments and learn new processes and equipment. Ideal candidates will quickly apply what they learn to improve their skills.

CONTACT: Amanda Zajac
Location: 1620 W. Fountainhead Pkwy, #219, Tempe

Green Living AZ Magazine fall internship
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+ only and JMC 301 completed
HOURS: MINIMUM 18 HRS/WEEK (over two days)

Art/Digital Web
The job: • Work directly with Creative Director • Layout and design editorials • Create/Design client ad campaigns • Create/Design website banners • Work under deadline pressure • Update and upload website content • Coordinate with Social Media coordinator Are you qualified? • Adobe Design Suite experience • Creative mind • Multi-tasker / Work behind the scenes • Coachable, bring positive energy to the environment, collaborative style, reliable • Multidisciplinary major a plus • Juniors/Seniors only Time Commitment: • Work in our Scottsdale office minimum 2 days out of the week or 16 hours. Send resume and samples of work to kate@greenlivingaz.com.
Location: 8502 E. princess Dr. #240

Copy Editor
The job: • Work directly with Editor-in-Chief and editorial staff • Work directly with writers • Reach out to new writers • Qualify potential writers • Copyediting skills a must • Research verification for current articles / fact checker • Build library of content on all topics green Are you qualified? • Research oriented • Contemporary style • Work behind the scenes • Coachable, bring positive energy to the environment, collaborative style, reliable • Execute deliverables under deadline • Copyediting experience • Multidisciplinary major a plus (Journalism/Sustainability) • Juniors/Seniors only Time Commitment: • Work in our Scottsdale office 2 days out of the week or 16 hours. Please review our magazine before submitting. Send resume and samples of work to kate@greenlivingaz.com.

The Job • Work directly with Editor-in-Chief and editorial staff • Work directly with writers • Gather content for columns in the magazine such as Green Kids, Simplify, Cool and Outrageous Stuff, etc. • Research future content • Build library of content on all topics green The Qualifications • Research oriented • Contemporary style • Work behind the scenes • Coachable, bring positive energy to the environment, collaborative style, reliable • Execute deliverables under deadline • Copyediting experience • Multidisciplinary major a plus (Journalism/Sustainability) • Juniors/Seniors only The Commitment • Work remotely 16-20 hours per week. What does it mean to Live Green? Here at Green Living, we want to help you find that answer. We are here to provide insightful tips and stories about greening your livable space, health & wellness, children, pets, outdoor living, food and environmental education. Changing behavior toward our precious resources and toward a more sustainable lifestyle does not happen overnight. You, whether large or small, have the power to make a difference. Being green doesn’t have to be a daunting task, in fact, it can be as inexpensive or as expensive as you’d like. We hope our articles help you find inspiration to continue on the green path and make whatever difference you can. Collectively, that’s how we will all create a greener world! Please review our magazine before submitting. Send resume and samples of work to kate@greenlivingaz.com.
Location: 8502 E. princess Dr. #240

Media That Deelivers
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+; Completion of JMC 301

Media That Deelivers is seeking students to learn the ropes of the magazine world (in both the print and online realms). Job duties include fact-checking articles and writing monthly articles for the luxury lifestyle publication, Arizona Foothills Magazine, and short weekly articles for the magazine’s Web site, www.azfoothills.com. Students will work alongside the editorial staff and see the process of creating a monthly publication, from brainstorming and researching to writing and editing to the download and proofing stages. Students must be comfortable on the phone, be strong, creative writers and be able to abide by deadlines.
CONTACT: Melissa Larsen
Location: 8132 N 87th Pl Scottsdale

Marketing and Public Relations Intern- fall semester
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living (ABIL) and the Virginia G. Piper sports & Fitness Center for Persons with Disabilities (SpoFit) is currently looking for a marketing and public relations intern. Duties include identifying and developing editorial stories about people and events related to the disability community, and participating in marketing campaigns for events that both ABIL and SpoFit create, sponsor and promote.

Tasks include writing, editing, gathering clips, online research, event planning, as well as related assignments that could include photography, videography, commercial art and post-production of media.Interns will have numerous opportunities to publish their work on Facebook, web sites, and local and national media outlets. Applicant should meet the following requirements:
·Have completed at least one semester of journalism courses, or have comparable work experience
·Be available to work 8+ hours per week
·Have a reliable mode of transportation
·An interest in working with people with disabilities

Required Skills:
•Effective written communication skills
•Ability to work independently or with a team
•Proficient in Microsoft Word, Word Press and Adobe’s Creative Suite. ABIL uses PCs; however, an intern may use his/her MAC laptop in many instances.

This is an unpaid internship. If you are interested, please contact Loren at lorenw@abil.org.

PVA Publications- fall semester internship
For 65 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) has published PN, a monthly news and information magazine for people with spinal-cord injury and other mobility disabilities. We also offer Sports N Spokes, a bimonthly sports and recreation magazine for wheelchair users. Both are international and full-color.

Each magazine now has a website. Students would assist mainly with the websites but also contribute to print. Hands-on experience would include research, writing, rewrites, and other duties as assigned.

CONTACT: Anna Santos

American Islamic Forum for Democracy Public Relations Internship
Location:1301 E. McDowell Rd, Suite 202
Phoenix AZ 85006

The AIFD internship is an unpaid position that can be used to qualify for school credit hours. The AIFD staff works with the intern to create a schedule that best fits his or her needs. The Intern is asked to be available for a consistent weekly schedule of 20 hours per week.

About AIFD:
AIFD’s mission is to advocate for the preservation of the founding principles of the US Constitution, liberty and freedom, through the separation of Mosque and State.

AIFD is a nonprofit agency working to spread ideas that will ultimately serve as the seeds that will drive a prevailing liberty movement from within the Muslim consciousness to embrace the tenets of liberty and freedom. We work to engage and empower Muslim youth to push for Islamic reform and modernization. We work to advocate for the ideas of gender equality, religious tolerance, and the separation of the Islamic faith from political Islam (Islamism). We also work with Muslim leaders throughout North America to provide an alternative voice to radical Islamist groups.

Position Description:
The intern will work on various projects, including:
•Editing the AIFD website
•Sending out electronic newsletters
•Conducting research to support social media pages
•Drafting and following up on press releases
•Tracking and archiving news coverage
•Drafting white papers related to Muslim issues
•Research on Muslim issues
•Filing and making deliveries

Required skills:

•Strong writing skills
•Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

Desired skills:
•WordPress editing skills
•Experience with Mail Chimp, Facebook and Twitter
•Research experience

To Apply:
Send cover letter, resume and two writing samples from the last six months to Norma Salas, norma@aifdemocracy.org, 602-254-1840, ext. 2.

RA Sushi- PR Internship- fall semester
Position Title: RA Public Relations & Marketing Intern
Reports To: RA Director of Marketing
Position Summary:
The RA PR & Marketing Intern will provide support to the Marketing department by assisting with a variety of public relations and marketing duties encompassing: creative writing, on-site event support, donations, clerical duties, research, and some pitching/media relations.
Essential Functions:
1. Manage website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram content to ensure information is up to date and consistent with brand standards
2. Prepare PR clip reports and tear sheets
3. Update various media lists
4. Draft/edit news releases
5. Edit flyers/marketing collateral
6. Donation request fulfillment and follow up
7. Update marketing events calendar
8. Handle special projects
9. Write monthly e-newsletters
10. Data entry
11. Follow project timelines and due dates
Skills and Abilities
-Outgoing person acting as an ambassador of company values, mission, image to the public at all times
-Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks on deadline and with a sense of urgency
-Organized and self driven
-Excellent verbal and writing skills
-Career minded with a drive to succeed
-Ability to represent and uphold the company brand
-Knowledge of AP Style preferred

-Writing samples required
-Prior experience in the restaurant industry preferred
-Pursuing a bachelor degree in marketing, communications, journalism or a related field
-Computer skills in basic Microsoft applications and an above average knowledge of the internet

Amy Sun

Public Affairs Intern
Phoenix VA Health Care System

650 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85012
Under the direction of VA Public Affairs Officer Paula L. Pedene APR (602) 222-2667
www.facebook.com/PhxVAHealthcare and www.twitter.com/PhxVAHealthcare

The Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System Public Affairs Office has two openings for NON-PAID part-time interns. The interns will work 15-20 hours per week in the VA public affairs office and will be able to garner hands on learning experience, build a portfolio, and be mentored under a nationally recognized award winning public relations program.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

WRITING: The intern must have excellent writing skills and will be responsible for a number of stories, fact sheets, calendar announcements, newsletter articles and collateral materials. AP style and past writing experience is necessary. If selected for an interview, student candidates should bring samples of their work to be reviewed and will be subjected to a writing test on site.

MULTI-TASKING: The intern will be responsible for many projects at a time and must have the ability to prioritize tasks. Must be comfortable managing own schedule and workload. Intern must also be able to:
•Demonstrate ability to take photos, capture captions and interview staff to compile stories
•Work on web content management systems Estrada and Teamsite (training provided)
•Be proficient in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint
•Understand and apply components of AP Guidelines
•Compile information that is accurate and provides appropriate attribution
•Fulfill deadlines in a fast paced, hectic environment
•Results oriented and ability to be organized under applying rules rigidly within an administrative system or government
•Be active in keeping your supervisor informed of work status
•Team player with a positive attitude
•Have his/her own transportation and possess a valid driver’s license
•Be vetted through government systems of fingerprinting and clearance for Volunteer status

Candidates should submit a narrative statement in a word document by the deadline to paula.pedene@va.gov.

Candidates must include the following:
1 Name, address, phone and social media sites on the top
2.Writing Experience and familiarity with Associated Press Style Guide.
3.Explain proficiency in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint.
4.Share experience in photography, web content or graphic design.
5.Explain abilities to meet deadlines, be part of a team and keep supervisor informed.

EXPERIENCE GAINED: The successful applicants will compile work experience in all elements of public affairs including writing, photography, web content management, special event and some media relations. You will walk away from this experience with stories in newsletters, on the web, in social media venues, etc. Past interns have gone on to work at Fortune 500 companies, Technical companies, Universities, Public Relations Firms and Government Entities.

Local TV Production Internship- Paid
If you’re a junior or senior in college, intern in sunny Phoenix, Arizona! KTVK is committed to on boarding interns from colleges and accredited universities and potentially integrate them into our workforce in the future. Internships offer everyone an opportunity to see if they are interested in pursuing a career in broadcast local production.
All of our interns receive the benefit of being assigned a mentor. The mentor will provide a platform to develop passion, skills and experience. Our mentors will provide a learning partnership with our interns, and teach them all there is to know about the fascinating world of television production .

These are paid positions (10 hours per week schedule) and the student must be pre-approved for college credit. To be considered for an internship with the KTVK/KASW Local Programming/Production team, please submit the following:
A. A two-page essay on why you would like to be selected for an internship
B. Three academic and/or professional references
Our internship criteria require a current college student in their junior or senior year.
Please submit all materials to: Attention: Production Internship, 5555 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013 or careers@azfamily.com .
For more information about Belo Corp. please visit http://www.belo.com and for more information on KTVK please visit www.azfamily.com .

KTVK-3TV & James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photojournalists
Photojournalist Internship Program

If you’re a current junior or senior in college, intern in sunny Phoenix, Arizona at the local independent news station, KTVK-3TV. KTVK-3TV and The James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photojournalists are committed to developing photojournalist interns from colleges and accredited universities.

All of our interns receive the benefit of being assigned a mentor. The mentor will provide a platform to develop skills and experience. Our mentors will provide a learning partnership with our interns, and teach them all there is to know about the fascinating world of television and development of photojournalism (video) skills. Program will include traditional television news photojournalism, editing, sports and more! This is a paid position (15 hours per week maximum schedule) and the student must be pre-approved for college credit. This Fall 2012 internship will run 15 weeks; mid-September through December.
To be considered for an internship, please submit the following:
1. A short essay on why you would like to be selected for this internship
2. Résumé of your current college and other related experience
3. Academic and/or professional references
4. A video sample of your recent journalism work
(Please limit to a total of 5 minutes and the sample may be a mailed CD or web link.)

Our internship criteria require the selected student to be in their current junior or senior year in college during the term of the internship, have completed a journalism writing course and be interested in becoming a news (video) photojournalist. Prior experience with live video shooting and editing preferred.

Please submit all materials to: KTVK, Attention Photog. Internship, 5555 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013 or careers@azfamily.com . Deadline to submit is September 1, 2012. EOE.
For more information about KTVK-3TV, please visit www.azfamily.com.
For more information about the James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photojournalists, please visit www.jamesalancoxfoundation.org.

Interns needed at two city-owned museums
College students and recent college graduates can gain valuable professional experience this fall by participating in an exciting internship opportunity with two of the City of Mesa’s museums. The internships are unpaid positions.

The Arizona Museum of Natural History (AzMNH), 53 N. Macdonald, is seeking a cheery, upbeat intern to assist in testing and implementing our brand new AzMNH Android / IPhone App. Duties will also include helping develop content, promoting the App and assisting museum customers in uploading it.

For more information, contact AzMNH Curator of Education Kathy Eastman at (480) 644-5662 or kathy.eastman@mesaaz.gov. For more information about the museum, visit www.azmnh.org.

The Arizona Museum for Youth (AMY), 35 N. Robson, is offering an internship with PR and Marketing to help promote the museum’s exhibitions and programs with the marketing team through various media, including social networking

For more information, contact AMY Museum Education Assistant Ana Bentancur at (480) 644-4783 or ana.bentancur@mesaaz.gov. For more information on the museum, visit www.arizonamuseumforyouth.com.

Digital Media and PR Internship with CloudNine Marketing, Inc.
We are looking for an individual who wants to become savvy in digital media, SEO and social media. Knowledge of WordPress for uploading articles and banner images is an important skill and will be taught to qualified applicants. In addition, this is a public relations internship and relevant skills will be taught as well. Knowledge of HTML is a plus.

Internship is available for college credit or to garner relevant career building relevant experience. We want positive mental attitudes with a desire to learn more about life skills, self-empowerment and holistic health.

You will be able to work from home, saving time and money on travel. The hours are flexible and we are willing to work around your class schedule. Perks include concerts, events and possible travel. This is a nonpaid internship

Interns must be self-motivated and have a desire for excellence. We are on an honor system with hours and encourage mature, highly skilled and dedicated students to apply.

A minimum of 20 hours a week is required. You will work virtually with one in person meeting and 2 conference/ SKYPE calls each week.

We are a 15-year-old public relations and marketing firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona that specializes in green centric, inspirational and natural health media content. We work with medical doctors, authors, celebrities, and practitioners in this arena.

We have two online resources to grow our sites that focus on the areas of health, film, music and television production.

Andrea Ervin

The Phoenix Suns
2012-13 Basketball Communications
Game Night Assistant (ALL SUNS HOME GAMES)

•Assist the Basketball Communications Managers in the implementation of all the team’s public relations efforts
•Issue credentials and passes to media, staff, families and guests
•Write, edit and distribute media releases, post-game notes, injury reports, etc.
•Serve as a media room host
•Distribute statistics to the media
•Record and transcribe interviews with players, coaches and staff
•Assist with the setup of the media work room, including stat monitor setup in the arena
•Work with the marketing department to distribute premium products to radio and television stations to help garner exposure for the giveaway item and to increase ticket sales

Skills or Characteristics
•Ability to work nights, weekends and holidays (all Suns home games) and be at the arena about three and a half hours before tip-off
•Professional and personable demeanor and approach
•Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
•Ability to multi-task effectively
•A strong work ethic with the ability to work with equally strong personalities
•Excellent writing skills
•Basic knowledge of Phoenix Suns and NBA basketball

** If interested, please email Basketball Communications Managers Vince Kozar vkozar@suns.com and DC Headley dcheadley@suns.com

Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting: Public Relations Internship
We are creating an Arizona-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to investigative journalism. The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting will be a community and grant-funded organization focused on the creation and promotion of accountability journalism in Arizona. We’re just getting started and need a talented intern who can build our public relations
campaign and marketing infrastructure. We would prefer a student with a strong interest in technology and accountability journalism. The position is unpaid.

Here’s what we’re looking for:
• Draft basic public relations materials including news releases, media alerts, fact sheets and other materials as directed.
• Assists with the development and updating of media, member and partner lists and other databases.
• Assist with the development and weekly delivery of an online newsletter.
• Assist with the development and implementation of a social media plan to reach our various stakeholders.
• Assist with the planning and implementation of our community fundraising
• Carries out event planning activities and arrangements to support community members, advisors and partners.

Meet the founding team:
Andrew Long
Long is a self-employed journalist, geographer and educator who specializes in spatial analysis, cartography and data visualization. His work has appeared in a variety of news organizations including ProPublica and MSNBC.com. He was previously a news artist for The Arizona Republic and the East Valley Tribune. Long teaches online media as an
associate faculty member at the Cronkite School. He is a graduate of the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at ASU.

Brandon Quester
Quester is a photojournalist and reporter who recently completed a master’s degree at the Cronkite School. Previously, Quester spent five years working for various newspapers and journalism projects. He has focused on issues such as children living along the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. soldiers serving in Kuwait and Iraq and street children living in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. His work has appeared in news
organizations throughout the U.S., including The Washington Post, The Center for Public Integrity, MSNBC.com and El Nuevo Herald.

Brandon Quester
Multimedia Journalist
Email: bquester@gmail.com

Multimedia Journalism Internship with SABR
The Society for American Baseball Research is seeking an intern with journalism and multimedia skills. The ideal candidate will produce and edit content to be displayed on our website at SABR.org, working with our Web Content Editor/Producer and other staff members.

This internship will include responsibilities across a variety of disciplines:

-Interviewing SABR members and other figures in the baseball research community
-Writing and editing stories
-Taking photographs and shooting/editing video
-Posting content online using the Drupal content management system
-Engaging the baseball research community through social media and other platforms
-Helping to develop special editorial projects for SABR.org
-Working on-site at a local SABR event, such as the spring baseball analytics conference or Arizona Fall League Conference

Interested candidates should be able to demonstrate basic office-related computer skills. Proficiency with image-editing, word-processing and spreadsheet software and basic HTML knowledge is a plus.

A working knowledge of baseball, and an awareness of the game’s general history and basic statistics, is required.

The internship is an unpaid educational opportunity, covering 15-20 hours per week (flexible schedule), at the SABR office in Phoenix, Arizona. Internships may count toward college credit.

Please send a resume and 4-6 samples of published articles in PDF form to jpomrenke@sabr.org

Fall 2012 Internship- Video Production- Paid
The Media Relations Department of the Superior Court of Arizona is looking for an experienced, creative intern to work alongside our Multimedia Journalist Kelly Vail to create fun and informative videos for the Court’s YouTube page. You will be reporting on court processes and events both inside and outside of the courtroom, and assisting in managing the media during high profile court cases. We are looking for juniors or seniors who have already taken JMC 345 and are comfortable using Final Cut Pro. Candidates must have strong story-telling skills, in writing and shooting, with an interest in the justice system. This internship is paid, flexible and requires 15 hours a week. Dress code is business casual.

To see examples of the work that you would be doing, check out the Superior Court YouTube page: www.youtube.com/superiorcourtaz

For more information contact Media Relations Director Karen Arra at 602.506.7570 or email karra@superiorcourt.maricopa.gov

Photo internship at ASU Media Relations
We are offering an unpaid internship and will take several interns per semester- including the fall semester.

Duties would be shooting several assignments a week, depending on the interns schedule and Media Relations needs. Some night work would be required since we cover sports as well as other events.

There will be critique sessions every week, either in person, phone or by email, with the goal to help the interns make better photos.

The primary use of photos will be in the Week in Review photo gallery and our new weekly sports gallery for the Gameday website, but the images will be used for many different purposes throughout the University.

We need photographers who can make interesting photos from visually marginal situations in generally challenging lighting conditions. This would be a good training ground for those interested in news photography.

The staff photographer is a former news shooter and the asu.edu news operation functions much like a newsroom.

Tom Story
ASU Media Relations
480 727 6005

Arizona Highways
CLASS STANDING: JR.+ with completion of JMC 301; Previous internship experience required
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 hours/week
TYPE: $1500 stipend (must register for course credit)

Editorial interns at Arizona Highways magazine work primarily on the “Journal” department, crafting nature and history stories and interviewing celebrities for our monthly Q&A. Interns are also responsible for compiling contributors’ biographies and assist with the Arizona Highways website and social media outlets. Once editorial interns’ writing skills are proven, they may be assigned one or more feature stories. Occasionally, interns have the opportunities to go out in the field with an editor, and they’re always given the opportunity to participate in image and design review meetings, as well as other editorial planning meetings.

Contact: Kelly Kramer
Location: 2039 W. Lewis Avenue, Phoenix

CLASS STANDING:JR+ Only; Must have completed JMC 351 (Photo I)
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for Course credit)

As a Village Voice Media photography intern, you are responsible for shooting at least two slideshows and one blog assignment per week. You will work closely with the art director and web department to gather your assignments and upload your photos. Your assignments will be featured on your publication’s website, and possibly in the print edition. Slideshows are of events/concerts/festivals + the blog post. Once you accomplish your assignments, you will also have the opportunity to participate in cover shoots and other assignments at the art director’s discretion.

CONTACT: Peter Storch
Location: 1201 E. Jefferson, Phoenix

Political Communications Internship- fall semester
We are looking for passionate, political interns to help with several aspects of the Marcia Busching for Corporation Commission campaign. Our candidate is the only non-incumbent democratic candidate for the corporation commission and social media is going be very important for generating name recognition. Interns will play a crucial role in researching and utilizing social media for Marcia Busching and taking care of various office duties. This is an opportunity to gain experience and credit working for a political campaign. Students looking to apply should contact Communications Director Kyle DeBruhl at: kyle.debruhl@gmail.com

Video Production Internship
15 – 20 hours per week

POSITION OBJECTIVE: To learn every aspect of the video production process for use on websites. To complete program, you must create content to be played on internet to create multimedia stories; post videos to online sites ktar.com and arizonasports.com; record and edit video footage; develop script for promotional videos; collaborate with sales team on client projects and organize and maintain online video assets.

•Must be currently enrolled in an accredited College or University.
•Must receive college credit for this internship.
•Relevant coursework or experience in field
•Technical knowledge of all aspects of video editing
•Prior experience making short videos or promotional material
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
•High level of professionalism and ability to perform in a fast paced environment
•Flexible schedule
•Possess advanced skills at initiating innovative ideas and judging correctly what will appeal to target audineces.
•Ability to organize and prioritize assignments to meet deadlines
•Maintain a positive and cooperative rapport with staff, management, and clients.
•Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.
•Must complete Bonneville’s Internship Agreement form.

•Receive, process, and maintain information through oral and/or written communication effectively.
•Substantial physical movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
•Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction with good eye and hand coordination.
•Lift, move, and carry up to 50 pounds on occasion.

Jordan Allen
Digital Video Editor
Arizona Sports 620 and News-Talk 92.3 KTAR
7740 N. 16th St. Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85020
O: 602-200-2649

Global Phenomz- Social Media Internship- fall semester
Global Phenomz is the mother company for 6 companies under the brand name Phenomz. Interns have a great opportunity to see exactly how the marketing process works with entertainers and companies. A few things interns can learn:

-To market and gain page ranking on google with search engine optimization, build websites, create proposals and outlines, learn graphic design, help plan and develop events. We have a broad amount of positions that can help enhance interns strengths and help master their career choice.

CONTACT: Christian Phyfier
CEO Global Phenomz & Phenomz
(480) 628 9666


DownEast Fashion Campus Brand Ambassador Program – Fall 2012
DownEast believes that shopping should be a fun, guilt-free experience, and as a brand, we offer high-design looks on a bargain basement budget for today’s cost-conscious yet fashionable college student. DownEast is currently recruiting 4 brand ambassadors from Arizona State University. This is a career-forward learning opportunity for students looking to achieve hands-on experience in consumer marketing, event management, promotions and the fashion industry.

Each ambassador will be compensated with a cash-based stipend per semester for completing assigned projects, in addition to receiving the latest DownEast clothing and the opportunity to receive incentives and bonuses based on performance. Working directly with an assigned DownEast manager for each school, ambassadors will be responsible for the activities noted below.

1) Representing DownEast and spearheading the brand’s presence at 3 significant events both on-campus and in our local store location every semester:

– Three events to include such opportunities as:
a) In-store mixer(s)
b) Marketing/shop/booth exhibit at highly attended, school-wide function – such as the tailgating party for a popular home-team sporting (i.e. Homecoming football game or basketball game against main rival)
c) Involvement on the brand’s behalf at a significant campus event – such as a fashion show, formal dinner involving student groups on campus, or “First Look Fashion Viewing Party” for Greek life on campus
– Brand ambassadors will be responsible for confirming the opportunities for the 3 significant events at their schools, pre-planning how the events will be organized for optimal brand awareness exposure, as well as marketing/promoting the event, being in-charge the day-of the event and sharing photos/updates from the event in real-time, as well as sharing photos after the event has finished

2) Direct engagement with DownEast on ideas, plans and program progress per campus, including the following:
– Participate in initial brand training at the DownEast store closest to campus
– Participate in regular phone conference calls (30-60 min in length, 1-2 times per month) with DownEast manager for planning purposes

3) Social media engagement with fellow students on DownEast’s behalf, with such activities as noted below:
– Provide 1-2 style reviews per semester to be included on the “DownEast By Design” http://www.DownEastBasicsBlog.com fashion blog and initial completion of a brief 3-question “Get to Know Our Brand Ambassadors” survey (to be featured as a Q&A on blog)
– Provide updates a minimum of 3 times/week to the company’s social platforms specific to that campus (i.e. DownEast FB page, DownEast Twitter profile, and as relevant – Pinterest/Instagram)
– Frequent engagement of ambassadors’ own followings on personal individual accounts for social media to fellow students on campus – regarding such updates as: special promotions, sales, event alerts

4) Ambassadors are also expected to provide the following:

– Represent the brand via participation in on-campus clubs/organizations throughout the semester
– Overall, be innovative on how this program can best be utilized to help more students become aware of DownEast as a fun fashion brand for the college lifestyle

Next Steps:
In order to be considered, students should be well-connected on campus both through participation in a number of organizations as well as via social media (large followings of fellow students on key social networking platforms); have an interest in organizing events and promotions; demonstrate interest in success through dedication to their academic studies; and have the self-starter attitude needed to successfully work on their own at each campus. Each school’s group of four ambassadors will also be expected to work together as a team to maximize their overall campus marketing effectiveness at their schools.

To be considered for this position, please complete online application survey available at www.downeastbasics.com/DownEastU

KTAR.com PT Web Editor

To update, gather, and create news and sports content for the KTAR and Arizona Sports web sites. Ensure that all content on KTAR.com and ArizonaSports.com is fresh and represents the high standards of the stations’ on-air products. The ideal candidate for this position demonstrates strong editorial skills and sound news judgment with experience reporting or writing for a print publication or online news outlet. This is a unique position that requires extreme flexibility, including some work on weekends, evenings, etc. In addition, the position requires the flexibility and dependability to work additional hours during breaking news and other big news and sports events. Works closely with the digital media team, news and other departments to help make KTAR.com and ArizonaSports.com world class web sites.

Details at http://media.bonnint.net/az/29/2959/295900.pdf

Bonneville Phoenix On-call Promotions Assistant
Assists Programming and Sales in various functions as needed. This includes but is not limited to: planning, setting up and staffing events; maintenance of all on-site promotional equipment and supplies, including station vehicles, tents, generators, broadcast equipment, and all other promotional accessories; contesting assistance and special assignments.
Details at http://media.bonnint.net/az/29/2958/295898.pdf

SABEW (At the Cronkite School)
The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW), based at the Cronkite School, is seeking a student worker for the fall term to take care of clerical and other office tasks, answer the phone, and work with our database. The position will be 6-8 hours per week, and might be available in the spring term as well.

Pay is $10 per hour. Knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite is important, including Word and Excel.

To apply, email your resume to Warren Watson, executive director, SABEW, at watson@sabew.org


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