The Bleacher Report
Interested in sports writing? The Bleacher Report will be at the Cronkite School to answer questions about internships and careers. This online sports company out of San Francisco is growing and is looking for talent.
Come meet The Bleacher Report staff and ask questions about jobs and internships on Thursday, November 8 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. in Cronkite Room #355. If you’re interested in a spring or summer internship with Bleacher report, bring a resume.
Spring 2013- Asylum PR
The intern will be expected to assist with client account work including: researching appropriate media to contact, pitching, messaging development, tradeshow press and award research, monitoring press coverage and preparing clips. Our clients include everything from baby products to outdoor gear, high-tech firms and various other consumer products. The intern can expect to gain experience in all aspects of the media from local to national and vertical outlets. We will provide training for using media databases, guidelines on appropriate methods to work with members of the media and illustrate to interns what is expected of an individual who persues a career at a public relations agency. Some social media work (Facebook, Twitter) might also be required. Unpaid Internship. 15-20 hours/week.
Spring 2013-Paradigm Elements PR
Paradigm Elements PR and Consulting Firm is seeking ambitious, detail-oriented students to participate in our Media and Marketing College Representative Program. Our program is available to undergraduate students and graduating seniors who are currently majoring in public relations, communications, journalism, mass communications, photography, music, marketing or a field related to entertainment, and want to gain experience in a professional business environment.
An ideal candidate must be able adapt to a fast-paced working environment and have the ability to multi-task with a quick turnaround. Selected representatives should possess strong writing skills, solid communication skills, and be able to adjust to unexpected circumstances. Students will be asked to contribute 15-20 hours per week. Representatives must be professional and discreet as we work with celebrities and top companies.
Position Description: Media & Marketing Representative
Compensation: Used towards college credit as internship, professional portfolio, and business resume
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
-Pitches in branding, marketing, event coordination
-Creating or incorporating clients in local events
-Strong writing and communication skills
-Ability to multitask
-Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Interested candidates need to submit a cover letter and resume at email@example.com. Relevant writing samples will be requested for candidates who are contacted for an interview.
Spring 2013 Marketing and Communications Intern- AZ Health-E Connection
Reports to: Sr. Coordinator, Marketing & Communications and Sr. Manager, Marketing & Communications
The Marketing & Communications Intern will be responsible for providing marketing and communications support for multiple health information technology (health IT) initiatives of Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC), as assigned. This position is based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
•Supports marketing and communications department on assigned projects as they relate to marketing and communications, utilizing appropriate project document, tracking and measurement tools.
•Assists in gathering and assimilating industry related information for monthly e-newsletters to stakeholders.
•Supports management in the production of e-newsletters, articles, and other related collateral, including assisting with online email marketing and communications tools such as Constant Contact.
•Assists with planning and execution of events, such as presentations, community forums and annual conference, including assisting in event coordination as necessary.
•Supports the management and monitoring of AzHeC and Arizona Regional Extension Center (REC) websites.
•Assists in monitoring, analyzing and reporting on the reach and effectiveness of online and other communications.
•Helps create new content for and monitor social media campaigns.
•Performs other related duties as assigned.
To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Prior experience with preparation of written marketing materials strongly preferred, including but not limited to press releases, brochures, newsletters, presentations, etc.
•Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
•Working knowledge of HTML, Adobe Photoshop and database management preferred
•Knowledge of email marketing applications and experience in using social media for business purposes preferred
•Experience with website development and maintenance
•Knowledge of manipulation of various graphics files
•Working knowledge of Web 2.0 tools
•Excellent writing and editing skills; ability to adapt writing style for difference audiences
•Ability to plan, organize, manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects efficiently and effectively
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and consistently meet strict deadlines
•Thorough and diligent fact-finder, Internet researcher and proofreader/editor
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. This includes availability to work non-regular hours as necessary, ability to periodically drive to and from clients, conference and event, and limited travel. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. An employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, use hands and talk or hear.
AzHeC is a statewide non-profit charged with leading Arizona’s establishment of health information infrastructure (HII), including adoption of electronic health records and health information exchange. Now an independent non-profit incorporated in 2007, AzHeC originally grew out of an August 2005 gubernatorial executive order to develop a Roadmap for health IT in Arizona. AzHeC has been widely recognized for its collaborative work in moving Arizona’s health IT efforts forward through strategic communication and coordination among multiple stakeholders. The organization is a recipient of the coveted Council of State Governments’ Innovations Award and has also been featured in a Harvard Business School case study, in addition to serving as the state’s Regional Extension Center. Learn more at www.azhec.org.
Salary and Benefits
An hourly wage of $8/hour is available for the duration of the internship. AzHeC offers no benefits for part-time, temporary positions.
To apply for this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include subject line “Marketing/Communications Internship Application.” No phone calls please. If contacted for an interview, additional requirements will include writing samples, recent references and a real-time writing exercise.
Spring 2013- AIA 365.com/Pure Energy Sports Productions
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)
Interns will work in sports production featuring local high school sports. Interns will have the opportunity to be a part of a fast growing High School Sports web platform. Duties will include videography, reporting (on camera & off), blogging, editing & producing. Must have reliable transportation.
Contact: Kevin Ray
Location: 20118 N. 67th Ave. Suite 300-422, Glendale
Spring 2013- ASU PUBLIC AFFAIRS- VIDEO PRODUCTION
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)
ASU Video Production is responsible for producing video content for both the ASU News and Sun Devil Athletics websites. Whether you’re news or sport oriented, we offer a great opportunity to get hands on experience creating varied stories and features. With a wealth of experience in both production and technical skills, our team will guide you through the equipment then give you the opportunity to film, produce, report and edit your own packages. Sports wise, with the added exposure of the Pac 12 Network, we are also responsible for multi-camera coverage of events, so you will get the opportunity to be part of this coverage as a camera operator. In today’s media World, multi-skilling is a vital tool. So if you want to enhance your all round game, then our operation may be the answer for you. Please be enthusiastic, keen to learn and open to occasional weekend work.
CONTACT: James Daniels
Location: 660 S. Mill Ave. #401, Tempe
Spring 2013- GLENDALE 11
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (Require course credit)
POSITION SUMMARY: Intern assists Glendale 11 employees in day to day work including but not limited to: logging, editing, & shooting video for air and assisting in setup & tear down of sets and shoot locations for shows.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Being another body to assist in nearly every capacity to help produce all shows that air on Glendale 11.
TIME COMMITMENT: 12-18 hours a week.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: General TV production knowledge; a working understanding of working with computers (MAC & PC); working well with others.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Inside and outside; can be somewhat demanding; lifting heavy equipment at times will be necessary.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: College credit earned through internship.at Glendale 11
Location: 9494 W.Maryland Ave. Glendale, AZ
Spring 2013- News Talk 92.3 FM
CLASS STANDING: Currently-enrolled Junior or above
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)
RADIO NEWS ROOM INTERN POSITION OBJECTIVE:
Function as a radio newsroom intern. Perform as a contributing member of the newsroom, have a self-starter attitude with ability to make solid decisions about news content under supervision.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Perform live field/studio reports. 2. Concise and conversational broadcast writing skills. 3. Self-starter. Quick thinker. 4. Contribute original story ideas. 5. Transcribes broadcast stories into original web content. Multi-media reporter with audio/written/photo/video when applicable. 6. Work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays, under constant deadlines. 7. Be available for breaking news coverage at all times of the day. 8. Possess solid news judgment. 9. Understand all news department roles and be able to fill-in different positions when called upon. 10. Stay updated on all news, read local newspapers, follow key social media sources and track TV news. 11. Remain in constant communication with newsroom to be aware of current local stories. 12. In performing responsibilities, exhibit a thorough working knowledge and understanding of the BIC “Investigative Reporting Guidelines” as well as KTAR Policy and FCC Rules and Regulations. 13. Maintain confidentiality by not discussing internal KTAR matters, company strategies, client’s proprietary information, personnel matters, wage and salary information or any other sensitive information with clients, competitors, listeners, the media or inappropriately with co-workers and by not distributing our proprietary research or any other information with our competitors. 14. Able to manage stress effectively. 15. Work effectively in a team environment. 16. Working knowledge of KTAR computer systems. 17. Work in compliance with Company policies and procedures. 18. Maintain a positive and cooperative rapport with staff, management, and clients. 19. Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor. 20. Personal growth and development. 21. Other duties as assigned by News Director, Managing Editor and Program Director.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 1. Receive, process, and maintain information through oral and/or written communication effectively. 2. Substantial physical movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers. 3. Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction with good eye and hand coordination. 4. Lift, move, and carry up to 20 pounds on occasion.
Contact: Paul Ihander
Location: 7740 N. 16th Street #200
Spring 2013- Phoenix 11 Production
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)
Need production help in studio and in the field will work with production manager on all sorts of projects as needed. This position is NOT On Air Talent, is behind the scenes production only. Looking for people interested in working in production, and willing to work at that task.
Requires working with production manager and ability to lift 40 pounds. Work outside and inside on a variety of TV productions.
CONTACT: Matt Barcellos
Location: 140 N. 1st Ave in Phoenix, close to the Cronkite School and just off the light rail.
Spring 2013- Paralyzed Veterans of America
For 65 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America 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
Spring 2013- Greater Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau- PR Internship
The Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau is a non-for-profit Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) dedicated to helping the traveling public discover the amenities and attractions of Phoenix and its surrounding communities. The Greater Phoenix CVB provides information to travel professionals about available accommodations, transportation and sightseeing, and markets the destination to national and international audiences. The CVB’s sales staff books meetings and conventions of all sizes, and its convention services team assists with the planning of those meetings. The Greater Phoenix CVB works closely with the local hospitality community to promote and strengthen the tourism product of Phoenix, which is the sixth-largest city in the United States. More than 15 million people visit the Phoenix area annually, contributing $19 billion in direct spending to the regional economy. www.visitphoenix.com
The Communications Department produces the GPCVB’s editorial content for media, collateral, Internet, advertorials and speeches. This information is distributed in print and multimedia outlets for both leisure and meetings visitors. The Communications Department also manages domestic and international PR/media relations to promote our destination to magazine, newspaper, television and radio travel journalists, as well as numerous industry Web sites. The purpose of our media/PR efforts is to encourage consumers to visit Greater Phoenix. One of the ways to evaluate the effectiveness of the media/PR program is by measuring and determining the advertising equivalency of the editorial coverage generated by this program (as if it had been purchased as paid advertising).
WHERE WE ARE:
The Greater Phoenix CVB’s offices are located on the sixth floor of One Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix, within walking distance of the Cronkite Building on ASU’s Downtown Campus.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
This internship is within the Greater Phoenix CVB’s Communications Department. You will work with a small staff of media relations professionals, taking responsibility for the following tasks:
•Responding to media inquires via phone, e-mail and social-media mediums
•Assist in producing copy for press releases, editorial content and additional promotional materials including but not limited to proofing in-house publications, blogs, newsletters and web content as well as story pitches
•Compiling and distributing press kits
•Maintaining/updating media lists
•Media monitoring including but not limited to tracking clips and editorial values
•Assist in coordinating itineraries for press tours
•Assist travel journalists on individual and group press tours
•Contributing creative ideas and progress updates during departmental meetings
Please reach out to Trish Hendrickson, email@example.com to schedule an interview.
Spring 2013- Patrick Media Group (PMG)- Video Editing Internship
PMG has moved from a print publishing model to a digital communication. We craft digital magazines, digital web content, email broadcasts, and social networking. The industry is changing rapidly as consumers get their news and connectivity in the modern era of media. We are moving forward to meet readership and advertiser demands in a new age. This requires creative approaches, innovation and nimble response. It also requires leadership to think in a new way that may not currently exist.
-Work with Digital Media Coordinator for final approval of video
-Work with and manipulate raw camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects
-Check files for damage
-Determine exact cutting for final stages
-Work diligently to meet deadlines and commitments
-Use non-linear digital editing systems to edit clips
-Edit videos to insert music, dialogue, and sound effects, to arrange films into sequences, and to correct errors, using editing software
-Determine the appropriate audio and visual effects and music necessary to complete video
-Strong attention to detail
-Willing to identify and solve problems
-Self-directed with strong time-management skills
-Oriented toward deadlines
-Creative with vision towards digital reading experience
•Ability to produce 3-6 Video segments per week, average length 2-3 minutes
•Efficient in maneuvering and uploading videos to YouTube
•Dropbox or file sharing system experience
•Experience with video editing software such as: Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas, iMovie
Contact: Tracy Lathion
Summer 2013- MLB.com
Want an exciting summer covering Major League Baseball? MLB.com offers 30 reporting internships to aspiring sportswriters. These internships are designed to give associates the full range of experiences that come with covering a professional team. Each associate will work closely with a site reporter to give visitors to a team’s Web site all the information they need to follow the team from Opening Day to season’s end. Each Major League team will have one associate.
Students who are currently juniors or seniors, as well as graduate students, are eligible for our 2013 Summer Internship Program. If you are graduating in December 2012, you are still eligible. All applications must be postmarked by Nov. 24, 2012. We will make our selections by the end of January.
We expect each intern to spend a minimum of 10 weeks in the program, dates determined by a person’s college schedule. Interns who have graduated generally are allowed to work until the end of the season.
The more flexible an applicant is in terms of which Major League city he or she can work in, the better the person’s chances of being selected. Interns will be paid $500 per week.
Applicants should submit a resume, 5 to 10 published articles, a list of references and a 750-word essay on why MLB.com should select you? Your clips ideally will show a variety of work, including game stories, previews and features. Previous experience covering a beat is preferred. PLEASE NOTE: You must submit materials to Cronkite Career Services in Cronkite Suite #222 by November 7. These materials will be forwarded to MLB.com recruiter Bill Hill and after he reviews the materials he will schedule in-person interviews with candidates on Thursday November 15 at the Cronkite School.
Associates are responsible for arranging their own housing and transportation.
Summer 2013- The Orange County Register
Orange County Register Communications will offer three dozen college internships at The Orange County Register in 2013. Generally, applicants should be juniors or seniors at four-year universities, graduate students, or recent graduates whose career aspirations are committed to journalism.
We’re looking for reporters, photographers, page designers, copy editors, graphics artists, and journalists with Web, multimedia, social media, and broadcast skills. Verbal fluency in a second language – especially Spanish or Vietnamese – is a valued skill given Orange County’s diversity. From each pool of candidates, we will select the interns whose skills and experiences best match our needs.
•Spring: 10 internships. 150 hours over 10 weeks
•Summer: 15 internships. 400 hours over 10 weeks
•Fall: 10 internships. 150 hours over 10 weeks
Submit cover letter, describing what you would bring to the internship and what you hope to learn from the experience. Provide unofficial college transcripts, a resume and two recommendation letters. Reporters should provide up to 10 published articles (working links are OK), including multimedia. Photographers should submit as many as 25 images and may add video and multimedia on CDs or through links. Designers and graphic artists should submit portfolios of up to 20 images on CDs or through links. Copy-editing candidates must take an editing test.
• Spring: Dec. 1
• Fall: June 1
• Summer: NEW DEADLINE: DEC. 23
NEW: SUMMER INTERNSHIPS WILL INCLUDE HOUSING.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or snail mail to: Orange County Register Communications Internship Program, c/o Dennis Foley, P.O. Box 11626, Santa Ana, CA 92711.
Register internships pay $8/hour.
Summer 2013 Internships
Most of the major publications that offer summer internships have deadlines in the fall. If you’re interested in writing, publications, online internships, please click the links to see what the internship is about, where it’s located, how to apply and the rate of pay.
The Wall Street Journal
Deadline to apply: Received by 11-15-12
The Orlando Sentinel
Deadline to apply: Received by 11-15-12
Deadline to apply: Postmarked by 11-23-12
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Deadline to apply: Received by 11-30-12
Received by 12-1-12
The Minneapolis Star Tribune
Deadline to apply: Postmarked by 12-1-12
The Houston Chronicle
Deadline to apply: Received by 12-1-12
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Deadline to apply: Recived by 12-1-12
Politico News Reporting
Deadline to apply: Received by 12-3-12
Politico Web Production
Deadline to apply: Received by 12-3-12
The Los Angeles Times
Deadline to apply: Received by 1-1-13
The Christian Science Monitor
Deadline to apply: Received by 1-1-13
The Associated Press
Deadline to apply: 3-1-13
SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
James Alan Cox Scholarship
The deadline to apply for a JAMES ALAN COX FOUNDATION PHOTOJOURNALISM Scholarship is November 15.
There are five college awards for photojournalism (4 for video and 1 for still photography) — for $2,500 each.
Examples of work by recent winners (both video and still) can be found on our website.
Type of Awards
Five (5) $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to five (5) college or technical school students. Four awards will be for video work while one will be for still photography.
Focus of work and entries: PHOTOJOURNALISM. Scholarships will be awarded to those students whose work “tells a story”. This is a fairly broad topic and may include a variety of subject matter and approaches (breaking news, sporting events, etc.) Jim Cox, who was a television photojournalist in Phoenix, always “told a story” through his work, whether it was in video or still photography.
Scholarship applications must be submitted by November 15, 2012.
International Radio and Television Society (IRTS)
When: June 2 – August 3, 2013
Where: New York, New York
Application Deadline: Saturday, December 1, 2012
Expense-Paid Opportunity: Travel, housing, and living allowance included.
Eligibility: Extremely competitive. Students must be college juniors, seniors, or graduate students as of April 2013.
The Summer Fellowship Program, the most notable student out-reach effort of IRTS, teaches up-and-coming communicators the realities of the business world through an expense-paid fellowship, which includes practical experience and career-planning advice. Each year college juniors, seniors and graduate students are selected nationwide to participate in the nine-week Summer Fellowship Program.
The Program begins with an extensive one-week orientation to broadcasting, cable, advertising, and interactive media. Fellows have a rare opportunity to question industry professionals at panels, lectures, and group discussions. They also take related field trips and learn career planning, networking and interviewing skills by attending industry social functions.
Following this first week, Fellows gain full-time “real world” experience at New York-based media corporations to which each is assigned for the duration of the nine-week Fellowship. Fellows are then able to reinforce or redefine specific career goals before settling into a permanent job in the electronic media industry.
Accomplished students from all majors (including math, computer science, business, marketing, communications, etc.) are encouraged to apply.
Save application as a WORD Document or PDF titled as follows:
PART-TIME JOBS or VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Student Video Production Assistant
Arizona State University is A New American University — one that welcomes responsibility for the economic, social and cultural well-being of society. ASU is an institution that can find and create answers, inspire action and provide the leadership for change. Our scholars, scientists, artists, engineers and students pursue an over-riding goal: discovery and knowledge that will help us solve the great challenges we face in this century in a way that is best for society and our shared future.
The ASU Foundation for A New American University (ASUF) raises, invests and manages private funds to benefit Arizona State University. Additionally, the foundation serves as the university’s entrepreneurial arm in technology commercialization, real estate investment and other emerging initiatives. One of Arizona’s oldest 501(c)(3) organizations, the foundation helps advance the challenges before us.
The ASUF Communications and Marketing (C&M) department supports efforts to engage ASU donors, potential donors and other stakeholders in ASU’s vision. The communications and marketing department advances the work of our foundation colleagues by providing strategic marketing advice, implementing dynamic communications strategies, effectively coordinating and staffing events, and producing quality collateral across print and online media in support of cultivation, fund-raising and stewardship activities.
Reporting to the Director of Video Communication, the student video production assistant supports the on-time delivery of video projects, including production and post-production tasks, as well as other duties as needed. This is a paid internship, which also provides upper level course credit through the Film and Media Studies section of the ASU English department.
•Serve as a production assistant on shoots, including setup, lighting, second unit camera work and audio recording as needed
•Download, copy, and log all audio and video files from each shoot
•Edit video, audio, and animation using Premiere Pro CS6 and Final Cut Pro HD
•Prepare 2D graphic files for 3D animation using Photoshop
•Maintain media asset database
•Research images, audio, and art/graphics related to each production
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
•Experience with operating video cameras and using other production related gear
•Post-production editing experience in Adobe CS6 production suite (Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Premiere Pro and Audition), Final Cut Pro, or both
•Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and responsibility regarding information related to foundation and university business and confidential donor information
•Strong and collegial interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively in person, in writing, and by phone
•Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
•Problem solver who can take initiative and set priorities while being flexible
•Focused worker who will see tasks through to completion
•Ability to represent the institution well
•Attention to detail and thoroughness in completing assigned duties
•Highly organized and able to handle multiple projects
•Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft office products (Word, Excel and Outlook)
•Ability to quickly learn new software programs and apply new production techniques as needed
•Knowledge of the video production, print, and web production processes a plus
•Ability to work in both PC and Macintosh computer environments
A current student at Arizona State University pursuing a degree in a related field with a willingness to learn and ability to work well with others. Student must be willing to sign and abide by a confidentiality agreement. Video Production, Film and Media Studies, or Cronkite production student preferred. Contact us today.
For more information on the ASU Foundation, visit our web site at www.asufoundation.org. If interested in the student video production assistant position, please apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.
The ASU Foundation for A New American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Editorial Assistant, Tempe Campus
ASU’s Center for Indian Education seeks an advanced graduate student to serve as editorial assistant for the Journal of American Indian Education, a publication of the Center and the Arizona Board of Regents. Responsibilities include: 1). Manage the workflow of the journal, including receipt and distribution of manuscripts and reviews. 2). Maintain an updated manuscript tracking log. 3). Maintain timely, ongoing communication with journal editors, reviewers, and authors. 4). Work closely with the journal editors to ensure timely publication of the journal. 5). Format and copyedit manuscripts for publication. 6). Other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED: * Excellent written and oral communication skills. * Previous editorial/publication experience. * Strong editorial skills. * High-level knowledge and skill in using a variety of computer software programs. * Strong organizational skills. * Ability to work effectively independently and as a member of a team. * Ability to work effectively under publication deadlines. PREFERRED: * Must be a student in good standing within an ASU master’s or doctoral degree program. DESIRED: * Background and experience in the field of education. * Experience working with American Indian/Indigenous educators and education issues. * Experience working in linguistically and culturally diverse settings.
Pay rate: $10.00
The position requires 10-20 hours per week.
Location: ASU Tempe Campus
Please drop off cover letter, resume, including 3 professional references to: Wilson Hall, Room 125. Reference Job Opening #34807