Opportunities 1.1.13

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Internship Application Deadline
If you want to participate in the internship interview days with local companies that are interviewing for summer/fall 2013 internships, please submit an internship application by February 1. Local publishers, broadcast companies, digital companies and PR firms will be on campus in March and April to conduct these internship interviews. Specific dates of each event are TBA.

Hard copies of the internship application can be found in the student resource center on the second floor of the Cronkite School. Beginning on January 8, applications can be downloaded from the Cronkite Career Services website. You must submit an unofficial transcript and a career goals paragraph with your application. Take all materials to Cronkite #222.

Cronkite-NBC Summer Internship
The Cronkite-NBC internship application for summer 2013 is due on February 1. Opportunities are in New York, Chicago, Washington or Los Angeles. It’s a very competitive process and usually (based on experience, skills and the interview) two students from Cronkite are selected. If you’re interested, please submit your applications soon. Hard copies can be found in the student resource center on the second floor of the Cronkite School. Beginning on January 8, applications can be downloaded from the Cronkite Career Services website. Take all materials to Cronkite #222.

INTERNSHIPS
Spring 2013- East Valley Tribune
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Completion of JMC 201; Previous internship experience or campus publications desired
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

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 may 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, restaurants or theater. Internship

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 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. Internship

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: Mandy Zajac
azajac@evtrib.com
Location: 1620 W, Fountainhead Pkwy #219, Tempe

Spring 2013- Digital Media Intern- 3TV (PAID)
azfamily.com is looking for a motivated Internet News intern who has a sound grasp of journalism, sense of urgency for breaking news, and a compliment of web-knowledge with experience posting text, video, and pictures online.

DUTIES:
• Write news reports for the web and other digital media platforms
• Ensure editorial quality and compliance with journalistic standards
• Use technology and innovation to deliver content that is thorough, accurate, relevant, and timely
• Collaborate across multiple teams including reporters, producers, photographers, marketers, technologists, etc.
• Update slideshows and special sections of the website
• Comply with digital publishing standards, including AP Style guidelines, Google News publishing guidelines, etc.
• Other duties as assigned

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:
Knowledge of digital media concepts including content management systems, mobile publishing, and online community management. Experience in SEO/SEM, interactive marketing, social media, digital journalism, and information architecture. Superior writing and editing skills (optimized AP Style). Individual must be highly motivated, able to multi-task efficiently, handle stressful situations calmly and quickly, a critical thinker and results oriented. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Comfortable using Adobe CS4 (or later) web tools (Photoshop, etc.) and/or similar content creation tools. Solid understanding of photo and video editing concepts and tools. Schedule may include early mornings, nights and weekends.

Please send résumé and salary requirements to: Digital Managing Editor: Belo Media Phoenix; 5555 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013. Email: careers@azfamily.com Fax: (602) 207-3336. No Phone Calls Please. EOE.

www.azfamily.com
Belo Corp. (NYSE: BLC)

Spring 2013- 3TV Production Internship
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 www.belo.com and for more information on KTVK please visit www.azfamily.com

Spring 2013-Social Media Intern Walker Films
Start date: Immediately

Walker Films needs a creative, outgoing, hard-working intern with great writing skills, a love for the entertainment business, and a sense of humor. The intern will help maintain our social media accounts, engage our followers on a regular basis and increase follower numbers according to established benchmarks to build an audience for a forthcoming feature film release.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated social media experience.
Experience in film or music marketing is a plus.

Responsibilities
– Help maintain our social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram
– Assist in online outreach for screenings and film promotion
– Additional outreach and administrative tasks, as needed
– Compile a weekly social media outreach analytics report

Applicant must currently be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program and able to commit 10–15 hours a week. College credit is available. Intern will work remotely.

To apply:
Send your resume, a cover letter and links to examples of your work to intern@hustlevsheartache.com addressed to our “Web Strategist.” Please use the subject line “Social Media Internship.” Links to personal social media accounts can be submitted in place of professional examples for students who have a demonstrated film and marketing background.

Walker Films launched in 2010 to make arthouse, genre, and independent feature films, documentaries, television, and web series. A Walker Films debut feature is currently in post-production and up for review by the Tribeca Film Institute.

Spring 2013- Ahwatukee Foothills News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Freshmen and above
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

NEWS/FEATURE INTERNSHIPS
The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with general assignment news and feature coverage for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. News and feature interns will be expected to contribute story ideas (breaking news, health, business, arts/entertainment) for local publications, as well as construct news and feature content for our print and web output. Interns will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please, as reporters are expected to have a role in all facets of story production – from conception, through visual storytelling, to final production.

ONLINE WEBSITE INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist with our online/web department by both updating and posting content to our website, as well as providing content through video. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com. Interns are welcome to contribute story and video ideas and will learn the ins-and-outs of community journalism, sit in on planning meetings, as well as interact with virtually every member of our editorial staff. Bring your creative hats, please.

PHOTO/VIDEO INTERNSHIPS The Ahwatukee Foothills News is looking for successful internship candidates to assist our photography department with both still photojournalism and video photography and editing for our newspaper (which prints every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) and daily website. With our web product taking off, we’re looking for interns interested in enhancing their photo portfolios, as well as those interested in creating informative, yet creative, video news-packages for display at http://www.ahwatukee.com.

CONTACT: Kelly Mixer kmixer@ahwatukee.com
Location: 10631 S. 51st Street, Suite #1

Spring 2013- Arcadia News
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Freshmen and above
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

General Assignment Reporter: Coverage of schools, community and business plus feature stories. JMC 484 interns are expected to write a story a week for either the Arcadia News or for arcadiadaily.com. MCO 294 interns will have the opportunity to write up to a story a week. Transportation is helpful but not essential. Priority given to students who have had or are enrolled in JMC 301 with reliable transportation.

Rewrite Reporter: Writing of briefs and rewrites of press releases for both the Arcadia News and arcadiadaily.com. Transportation not required; all assignments can be finished by phone. Excellent position for JMC 201/pre- JMC 201 students with or without reliable transportation.

Sports Reporter: Live coverage of sporting events as well as feature writing. Fall interns will have the opportunity to learn beat coverage of an Arcadia High School sport. Fewer openings for summer interns.

General Assignment Photographer: Web slideshows a priority but opportunities to be published in print as well. Must have access to your own equipment. Preference given to JMC 484 interns but all photographers encouraged to apply.

Sports Photographer: Web slideshows a priority but opportunities to be published in print as well. Must have access to your own equipment. Fall interns have more newspaper-publishing opportunities. Preference given to JMC 484 interns but all photographers encouraged to apply.

CONTACT: Dale Messmer
dale@valleysportsledger.com
Location: 3850 E. Indian School Rd. Suite #1, Phoenix

Spring 2013- Arizona Capitol Times
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Jr.+ and completion of JMC 301
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

As a member of the media representing the Arizona Capitol Times, spring interns will have access to the Legislature and other government officials. We want our interns to get the most out of their time here.

Job Duties:
Capitol Times interns write both short- and long-form stories for the weekly newspaper and for the website. Interns will be assigned stories and encouraged to pitch their own story ideas as well. Interns should be comfortable with working with minimal supervision (at times). Experience in using a camera is also appreciated, but not required. Hours are flexible.

Internship Coordinator:
Josh Coddington
Special Sections Editor
(602) 889-7141
josh.coddington@azcapitoltimes.com
Location 1835 W. Adams, Phoenix

Spring 2013- AZ Big Media
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Freshmen and above
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

AZ BIG MEDIA/ARIZONA BUSINESS MAGAZINE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Description Successful candidates will be working on our numerous publications, including Arizona Business Magazine, AZRE: Commercial Real Estate Magazine, Scottsdale Living, Experience AZ, Ranking Arizona, AZTech Magazine, and Play Ball. Interns will have the opportunity to write bylined articles for publication, assist editors on projects, fact check, perform data entry, proof read, and work with the art department on photo shoots. Candidates also will write Web-exclusive articles and rewrite press releases for AZ Big Media’s online platforms. 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.

CONTACT: Peter Madrid peter.madrid@azbigmedia.com
Location: 3101 N. Central Ave. #1070, Phoenix

Spring 2013- AzKicksIt
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SOPH+; Knowledge of soccer preferred
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID

AzKicksIt is Arizona soccer news from youth to pro. Launched in February of 2012, AzKicksIt has quickly become the leading Arizona soccer news source for fans, players and coaches. AzKicksIt has been able to attract national attention as well, courtesy of our excellent staff and forward thinking ideas.

Staff of AzKicksIt have had their articles published on soccerbyives.net, americansoccer.now. AzKicksIt also co-host’s a national soccer show called MLS in 30 featured on NASN.tv. AzKicksIt is looking for interns who are hard working and will not be afraid to challenge themselves. Interns will have hands on experience working with these teams: -Real Phoenix -High School Coverage -Phoenix FC -Major League Soccer Depending on your major, interns will produce video highlight packages, assisting AzKicksIt on our soccer podcasts and becoming beat writers for the teams in town. Interns are also welcome to join AzKicksIt for the months of January and February as we will be one of a few media sources that will be proving MLS fans pre-season MLS coverage in Tucson. Teams that have been announced are; Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, New York Red Bull and New England Revolution. Please visit AzKicksIt.com Send resume, previous work and video samples to Garrett.Cleverly@gmail.com

Contact: Garrett Cleverly
Garrett.cleverly@gmail.com
Location: 2323 North Central Ave #1205, Phoenix

Spring-2013- Cronkite Journal
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SOPH+
HOURS: MINIMUM 10-20 HRS/WEEK (most work is done
Independently outside of the work setting)
TYPE: Stipend $300
This internship is designed to give students hands-on experience as reporters for a magazine ascribing to the highest standards of quality, ethics and professionalism. Students will be instructed in professional magazine production methods and standards. Expectations for journalistic quality and professionalism through this process will be akin to those expected from any professional magazine reporter, whether freelance or on staff. While the bulk of coursework is reporting and writing and therefore takes place outside of a regularly scheduled class, interns should plan on attending monthly full-group meetings throughout the semester. Interns will also meet biweekly with the internship supervisor. At each of these stages, she will edit interns’ work, suggest areas for improvement and direction for additional reporting and mentor interns in their growth as professional writers. Interns are expected to spend about 225 hours on internship work over the course of the semester if enrolled in JMC 484 and 120 hours if enrolled in MCO 294. Actual time spent will depend on length, complexity and number of sources involved in the assignment.

CONTACT: Molly Brush molly.brush@asu.edu
Location: Cronkite School

Spring 2013- Green Living AZ Magazine
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+ only and JMC 301 completed
HOURS: MINIMUM 18 HRS/WEEK (over two days)
TYPE: UNPAID

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.

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 • Copy editing 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.

Writer/Researcher
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 • Copy editing 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.

Contact: Tishin Donkersley tishin@greenlivingaz.com
Location: 8502 E. princess Dr. #240

Spring 2013- Virgo Publishing
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: SOPH+ with completion of JMC 201; Previous internship experience or campus publications required
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($8/hr)

Virgo 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 of experience in business-to-business publications. The medical, communications, and business solutions networks each seek one part-time intern (15 hours per week), and the health and nutrition network seeks two part-time interns (15 hours per week), or one intern who will work 30 hours per week. In each case, the intern will edit, conduct research, write news stories and articles, and help with other projects for online and print products. This internship will give students the chance to delve deeply into one topic and to see how the culture and opportunities of trade journalism differ from consumer media.

CONTACT: Michelle Beaver mbeaver@vpico.com
Location: 3300 N. central Ave., Phoenix

Spring 2013- Phoenix Symphony
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: JR/SR. ONLY
HOURS: MINIMUM 20 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID
The Phoenix Symphony is seeking a Marketing and Public Relations Intern for the 2012/2013 Season to provide departmental support for the promotion of the organization’s performances and activities. This internship may satisfy requirements for earning college credit. Hours are flexible and average approximately 15 -20 hours per week. The ideal applicant would be available for two semesters.

CONTACT:
Robert Valdez
rvaldez@phoenixsymphony.org
Location: One N. First St. STE 200, Phoenix

Spring 2013-BARCLAY COMMUNICATIONS
REQUIREMENTS
CLASS STANDING: Current JR+ ONLY; OTHERS WITH PREVIOUS INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE WILL BE CONSIDERED
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)

CONSUMER INTERN: activities including, but not limited to: • Write and distribute media alerts and news releases • Pitch story ideas to targeted media • Update and maintain media lists • Manage image database; format images as needed • Assist with social media monitoring, Twitter account and Facebook fan page management • Research assistance • Attend Consumer Team meetings – report on tasks and progress • Assist as tactical support for new business (prospect backgrounders, etc.) • Scan newspapers, magazines and online media for client coverage • Create clip reports • Update editorial calendars Skills/Requirements: • Desire to learn • Strong writing skills • Detail-oriented • Computer literate • AP Style a plus • Photography/video skills a plus Criteria •

Must be an ASU undergraduate student, preferably a SOPHOMORE or JUNIOR. • Majoring in Marketing, Public Relations or Communications preferably.

Candidates are involved in or have knowledge of various campus organizations and events. • Students must have reliable transportation and commit to 10 or more hours per week in our Phoenix office.

CONTACT: Amanda Hake amandah@barclaycomm.com
Location: 2999 N. 44th Street #145, Phoenix

Spring 2013- O’Connor House Communications Internship
Title: Communications Intern

O’Connor House is currently seeking a Spring Semester Intern for 6-9 hours per week (M, W, F morning preferred). Please submit resume and cover letter to info@oconnorhouse.org By January 14th.

Position Summary:
The student intern assistants the O’Connor House Administrative Staff (President/CEO and Operations Manager). The intern’s primary responsibilities focus on communication, database management, marketing, social media, website design and updates and event logistics. The intern is responsible for correspondence, as assigned, between various committees and individuals via e-mail and phone. Student will need to attend meetings (i.e. communications committee), take notes and, on occasion, set-up meetings.

The intern will need to update various social media and be able to update the O’Connor House website; there may be the potential to redesign the current website. Student will regularly update and manage eTapestry database. Student may create press releases and other mass forms of communication. Student will be assigned specific projects as they pertain to their skills and areas of interest (these projects can include assisting with fundraising, event planning, grant writing, communications, budgeting or assisting a specific O’Connor House program with a project). The student’s main responsibilities and time will need to be allocated to assisting the staff with general operations.

DUTIES OF THE JOB:
Intern will be responsible for assisting with general operations of O’Connor House. Student will need to occasionally drive to a different location for a meeting. General operations require a great deal of e-mail and sometimes telephone correspondence; student must be comfortable in these forms of communication. Student will be responsible for writing drafts for a variety of materials, as well as proof read and correct materials written by others. Following deadlines and follow through on projects as assigned is imperative.

JOB PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
1.Responsible for:
•Contacting people as needed and keeping CEO up to date with correspondence.
•Attending meetings and keeping information about the organization confidential.
•Creating various communication pieces as needed.
•Updating website and social media as directed.
•Updating and managing eTapestry database.
•Completing projects by the determined deadline.
•Work with other staff or volunteers as needed to complete projects
•Dressing professionally

2. Job Knowledge:
•Ability to work independently and collaboratively
•Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
•Ability to work within organization policy and procedures.
•Familiarity with using the Internet.
•Ability to use Microsoft programs, particularly Excel and Word.
•Ability to use Adobe Contribute or other website design programs.
•Working knowledge of social networking programs, such as Facebook.

3. Mental Demands:
•Intern will need strong problem solving skills
•Ability to think quickly
•Ability to complete tasks quickly and efficiently, at times

4. Dexterity/Accuracy/Physical Demands:
•Ability to type, with high accuracy
•Ability to lift a maximum of 50 lbs., for the occasions when lifting is needed.

5. Working Conditions:
•Intern will need to be flexible with time.
•Ability to tackle multiple tasks in a day
•Intern will work in outside conditions at times.
•Willing and able to drive to multiple locations.

6. Training and Experience:
•Background and/or interest in administration of non-profits is helpful, but not required

NON PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
•Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and reliable and insured transportation.
•Applicant must have a laptop and be willing to use it for work purposes.

CONTACT: Heather Schader
heather@oconnorhouse.org
Administrative Office is located at:
4455 East Camelback Road, Suite A215 | Phoenix, Arizona 85018
602-730-3300 | http://www.OConnorHouse.org

DISCLAIMER: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed as assigned.

Spring 2013- U-Haul Social Media Intern analyst (PAID)
Job Description
The U-Haul social media Team is looking for a social media analyst intern who is passionate about understanding and enhancing the experience for our customers on social media. Our ideal candidate is a logical and analytical thinker, is pursuing a degree in business, digital media, statistics, or related field, and is a self-starter who is willing to learn about various aspects of social media metrics. Ideal candidate would have natural curiosity to investigate, likes using data to answer questions, and can correlate between business processes and customer engagement and have problem solving mindset.

We are looking for an intern to study and analyze the impact of social media on our business, and the online sentiment of our brand online. The intern will work with data from software similar to Google Analytics, from social media platforms and monitoring software to understand customer activity on social media, compile data, define metrics and create/maintain reports. This intern will also assist with research of social media trends and best practices to identify what is most effective for our social media strategy. The intern will participate in preparation of analyses and presentations to be shared with company executives. Schedules are flexible, and the environment is fun.

Requirements:
Basic understanding and general knowledge about how quantitative and qualitative metrics apply in the social space. Advanced proficiency in MS Excel required. Experience with Google Analytics, and knowledge of social media are pluses, but not required, currently enrolled or no more than 3 months from graduation and a 3.0 GPA or higher required

Contact: Toni Jones
toni_jones@uhaul.com

Summer 2013- Dignity Health PR/Communications Internship (unpaid)
JOB SUMMARY:
This position combines Public Relations, Marketing, Communications and administrative roles, with responsibility and involvement in media relations, hospital events, internal and external communication, and administrative duties. This position includes responsibilities for various writing assignments such as media advisories, internal newsletter submissions, pitching story ideas to national and local media, development of collateral materials, and other duties as assigned. This position also covers administrative duties for the department including filing, directing phone calls, and other clerical tasks as necessary.

The internship position requires demonstration of organization, initiative, ambition, timeliness, prioritization and knowledge or interest of the healthcare industry, the local media landscape and the hospitals’ strategic plans.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
1.Dignity – Supported by respecting the inherent value and worth each person possesses as a member of the human family, and by: conveying an image of dignity and trustworthiness; respecting the rights, privacy and differences of others; ensuring discussions of patient occur only for appropriate care related purposes and never referring to patients or families in a disparaging manner.
2.Justice – Supported by advocating social change and acting in ways that promote respect for all persons and demonstrating compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless, and by: connecting with resources available to assist the poor and vulnerable in obtaining healthcare; promoting fairness in internal policies and practices and external relationships and which may impact healthcare access for the poor and vulnerable.
3.Stewardship – Supported by cultivating resources entrusted to us for promoting healing and wholeness, and by: using time effectively; avoiding waste and recycling; exploring alternatives for doing things better; always working safely.
4.Collaboration – Supported through working with others with common values and vision to achieve shared goals, and by: listening to others’ ideas, with willingness to be influenced; functioning well in teams; giving common goals priority over individual goals.
5.Excellence – Supported by a shared commitment to exceed expected results in our work and provision of services through teamwork and creativity, and by: consistently performing in a manner that enhances customer service; approaching work with the attitude that quality can always be improved.
6.Demonstrates appropriate time management skills.
7.Demonstrates effective verbal, written and interpersonal communications skills with associates, the community, and internal and external customers. Provides accurate information and instructions to internal and external hospital customers. Accurate listening skills, confirming understanding with appropriate follow through on requests for information and/or services.
8.Knowledge and application of quality improvement for own work and for departmental processes.
9.Knowledge and application of individual and department role in external/internal disaster. Knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and different codes (i.e., Pink, Grey, Silver, etc.). Able to understand and utilize emergency code and preparedness guidelines.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
•Manage tasks as given by the Marketing, Public Relations and Communications team.
•Assist in managing media relations for Dignity Health’s East Valley hospitals.
•Develop written materials, such as press releases and calendar announcements, for media distribution.
•Develop and assist in the implementation of timely projects and presentations.
•Research and market analysis of competitive services.
•Take initiative and be able to work on projects with minimal oversight or guidance.
•Maintain office and administrative duties.
•Answer and respond to phone calls and media inquiries.
•Provide assistance with ongoing communications needs. This includes developing content for:
oEmployee communications (eNewsletter, Intranet)
oCommunity calendars
oWebsite/social media outlets

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
•Continuing education in marketing, public relations, communications or journalism.
•Demonstrates effective interpersonal communication skills.
•Must have problem solving capabilities and the ability to respond appropriately to feedback.
•Professional demeanor and works well within a team environment.
•Ability to interface with internal and external partners at all levels.
•Self motivated, creative and energetic.
•Competent in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook applications, as well as knowledge of various social media outlets.

Contact: Christie Naughton
Christine.Naughton@DignityHealth.org

Summer 2013- Conde Nast
Deadline to apply is January 31, 2013
http://www.condenast.com/careers

The Summer 2013 program will begin in early June and run for nine weeks. Interviewing and selection will be handled by Human Resources. Like the other semesters, the Summer 2013 Intern Program will allow students to gain exposure to the industry and will provide a real-world experience that supplements classroom studies. Interns must be available to intern for a full-time schedule for the entirety of the program (9 weeks) from early June to early August.

Internship roles available for Summer 2013 include:
• Editorial: The Editorial Intern may be exposed to the creation of content for the brand’s print publication, website, tablet editions, etc. Interns will be assigned to one of our consumer or business-to-business brands.

• Print/Digital Design: The Design Intern may be placed with an Art Department on an editorial or advertising team and may participate in the layout and production of the print and tablet editions of the magazine as well as the website or be involved in the creation of print/digital collateral for advertising units.

• Photo: The Photo Intern will be embedded with a Photo Department and could partake in photo research, production, and the visual story process.

• PR/Events: The PR and/or Events Intern may have the opportunity to contribute in the brand’s brainstorming, preparation and execution of events. Interns will be assigned to one of our consumer or business-to-business brands or one of our Corporate Departments.

General Qualifications:
PC & Mac savvy
Working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Etc.) and some internships require knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, Keynote, and Illustrator
Demonstrated interest in print and digital media (which could include coursework and/or past internship experience)
Excellent verbal communication skills, with a track record of working on a creative team

To apply for Summer 2013, please send your cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to InternProgram@condenast.com. If you are seeking a Summer internship, the subject line of e-mail should read: “Summer Internship—Internship Type—Applicant’s Full Name”. Please address your e-mail/cover letter to “Team Intern.” In your cover letter, please discuss your preferred Condé Nast brands/departments. The submission deadline is Thursday, January 31, 2013.

Location: Positions are located at the Condé Nast headquarters in New York City. Students must provide their own housing and transportation. If you are interested in internships at other Condé Nast locations, we will accept applications but positions outside of NYC are not guaranteed.

Summer 2013- Hearst Magazines
The goals of Hearst Magazines internships are to provide opportunities for students to gain valuable experience and exposure to the world of publishing. We provide students with the chance to learn and develop skills in a variety of areas including fashion, editorial, marketing, art, Web, etc. Hearst Magazines publishes Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Food Network Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Redbook, Seventeen, Town & Country. Deadline to apply is April 1, 2013.

Hearst interns must meet the following criteria:
-Be enrolled in a Bachelor’s/Master’s program at an accredited college or university
-Provide documentation from their college or university that the student is able to receive academic credit, prior to starting the assignment
-This documentation must be on university letterhead, signed by a professor, academic advisor or registrar’s office, and it must state that the student will be receiving college credit for the internship
The letter must be submitted to HR before the internship begins.

If you are interested in an internship at Hearst Magazines and can meet the above criteria, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to: Magazineinternship@hearst.com.

Please indicate your semester of availability, and include the titles of your preferred magazines and the department in that magazine where you would like to intern, or list any other departments at Hearst you are interested in. Please note, the more magazines or departments you are open to, the better chance you have of receiving an internship. Your resume and cover letter will then be submitted directly to the magazines or departments of your choice.

Submit resume by April 1, 2013

If the magazines/departments have a need for an intern with your background, interests and availability, a representative from the magazine or department will contact you directly. Along with your resume and cover letter, please e-mail any questions to Magazineinternship@hearst.com. Questions will be answered as soon as possible. If you cannot meet a due date, please feel free to send your resume as we sometimes have last minute availabilities.

All letters stating that interns can receive college credit can faxed to 646-280-3685 or e-mailed to Magazineinternship@hearst.com

Summer 2013- California Watch
California Watch typically offers a limited number of reporting, multimedia and copy editing internships in the summer. From time to time, we will offer more specialized internships in our newsroom.

Because we have a very limited number of internship slots available, our selection process is extremely competitive. Candidates are urged to submit a cover letter, three to five work samples and a resume, along with at least three professional references. Internships typically last 10-12 weeks but can be extended.

Deadline for California Watch internship: SUMMER DEADLINE: Feb. 1, 2013
If you have a question about internships, please contact Denise Zapata.
dzapata@californiawatch.org

Summer 2013- The Associated Press
The Associated Press seeks summmer interns. Apply online between January 2 and January 16.
http://www.ap.org/company/careers/news-internship

WHERE ARE THE INTERNSHIPS LOCATED?
U.S. internships are available in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. International locations are Jerusalem, Johannesburg, London, Mexico City, Moscow, New Delhi, Rome, Sao Paulo, Seoul and Tokyo.

WHEN DOES THE PROGRAM START?
You must be able to start the internship in June.

HOW TO APPLY
Applications for the 2013 internship open Jan. 2, 2013, on careers.ap.org. Required documents must be submitted online by Jan. 16, 2013, and include:

A 300-word autobiographical essay on this topic: “The Associated Press seeks to recruit and retain a workforce that embodies a wide range of talents, experiences, achievements and journalistic skills. Please describe the qualities and accomplishments you would bring to the company as an intern.” A resume and cover letter (please include your projected graduation date). Three to five examples of your work (links to a website of your clips, photos, multimedia work and video are preferred). Two letters of reference, one from a professor or faculty adviser on college/university letterhead and the second from a previous internship or former employer.

For questions, email internship@ap.org

FELLOWSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
Deadline to apply February 28, 2013

Application Requirements (College Students):
-Must be a current NABJ member ($40/college students; $35/high school students)
-Must be an American or foreign-born student who is currently enrolled full-time at an accredited college/university in the U.S.
-Must major in journalism or a communications-related discipline with the interest of pursuing a journalism career
-Must meet the cumulative G.P.A. requirement verified on an official transcript
-Must have at least one year of school remaining at the time of the application submission
-Resume
-Cover Letter (must explain journalism experience, academic accomplishments, career goals, community involvement and financial need; 500 – 800 words)
-Essay on the specified topic (1,000 – 2,000 words)
-Five (5) Work Samples (articles, video clips, photos, or personal website)
-Three (3) References (must provide contact information. Letters are NOT required.)
-Documents must be a Microsoft Word document or PDF. Please save and submit all documents as “Name.Year.TypeofFile” (example: JaneDoe.2013.Resume)

Available scholarships include:
Allison E. Fisher Scholarship – $2,500
Carole Simpson Scholarship – $2,500
Larry Whiteside Scholarship – $2,500
Les Payne Founder’s Scholarship – $2,500
NABJ Scholarship – $2,500
Visual Task Force Scholarship – $1,500

Details of each scholarship and application instructions can be found here:
http://www.nabj.org/?page=SEEDscholarships

Cronkite School Scholarships
Each year the Cronkite School awards to its students more than $100,000 in scholarships in amounts ranging from $500 to $5,000.

These scholarships are possible because of the generous donations of Cronkite alumni, local media companies and organizations, and other benefactors who want to help worthy Cronkite students complete their educations.

To apply for a Cronkite School scholarship, complete the online application form. The application deadline is Jan. 31 for awards for the next academic year.

The application requires an essay of no more than 350 words. We suggest you write your essay in advance, copy and paste into the appropriate place on the form, and print a copy of the completed application for your records.

Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
-You must be a Cronkite School student;
-You must have completed at least 12 credit hours of academic coursework at ASU;
-Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by Jan. 31 to qualify for need-based scholarships.

Applicants will receive email confirmation by Feb. 15 that their completed applications have been received. Those who are awarded scholarships will be notified via letter by the end of the spring semester. The letter will be sent to the recipient’s address on file with ASU. If you are an incoming freshman at the Cronkite School, you do not need to complete the online application to be eligible for a Cronkite scholarship. You will be considered based on your ASU application. However, Cronkite has only a limited number of scholarships available for freshmen; many more are available through the ASU Scholarship Office.

Application form can be found at http://tiny.cc/j5a7pw

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