Opportunities 1.7.13


Internship Application Deadline
We now have two deadlines if you want to participate in the upcoming internship interview days. Broadcast companies will be on campus on Monday April 1 to interview for summer/fall 2013 internships, so please submit an internship application by February 1.

Local publishers and digital companies will be on campus on Monday April 15 to conduct summmer/fall 2013 internship interviews. If you want to participate in this interview day, please submit your application by March 1.

Local PR/Social Media agencies and non-profits will be on campus Wednesday April 17 to conduct internship interviews for summer/fall 2013 internships. If you want to participate in this interview day, please submit your application by March 1.

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.


Spring 2013- Arizona Foothills Magazine Social Media Internship
AZ Foothills is a Luxury Magazine and a leader in fresh online content. We dominate in social media with more followers than many local news stations, we are in the top 15,000 websites, and are always looking for new fresh ideas. As an intern you would work closely with the Director of Communications. Must be organized, willing to learn, and work hard.

-Post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
-Help with Events (planning and promotions)
-Write and post articles online
-Write Press Releases
-Attend events and write about them
-Set up meeting and keep schedule up to date.
-Help with online contests and deals

Courtney Childress
Director of Communications

Spring 2013-Owens Harkey PR Intern
Owens Harkey Advertising
3550 N. Central Avenue
Suite 1710
Phoenix, AZ 85012

Pamela Edelstein

Job Description
Calling all future PR Pros-The OH PR team is looking for a Spring 2013 intern! PR interns will assist in research, social media, writing and more. Interns can expect to assist with daily client activities and assigned projects while gaining tremendous experience in nonprofit, events, and dining industries. Internships are unpaid and can be done for class credit.

We’re looking for a commitment of 15-20 hours per week.

-Junior/Senior only
-Previous internship experience
-Highly organized and detail oriented
-Ability to take initiative

Desired Experience:
-Media writing
-AP Style

TO APPLY: Email resume, cover letter and two writing samples to p.edelstein@owensharkey.com. No phone calls please.

Spring 2013- Patrick Media Group (PMG)- Video Editing Internship (PAID)
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

Internship is unpaid.

Contact: Tracy Lathion

Spring 2013- Communications Intern Planned Parenthood
The Communications and Marketing Department is looking for an enthusiastic, self-starter who would like an internship that will result in materials for his or her portfolio. Be at the table and be involved in helping to development, organize and evaluate public relations and marketing campaigns for our health services, advocacy, and education. Duties also include the maintenance of files and relevant research necessary for communications and marketing initiatives. This is an unpaid internship position for an individual interested in gaining valuable marketing and/or public relations experience.

Location and Reporting Assignment
The Communications and Marketing Intern will report directly to the Director of Communications and Marketing, who will provide supervision, direction and feedback as necessary. The intern in this position will work from the Planned Parenthood administrative offices in Phoenix as their schedule permits, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Specific Responsibilities
The Communications and Marketing Intern will:
•Assist with the development, organization and maintenance of public relations campaign materials;
•Provide assistance with media relations;
•Assist with social media communications;
•Provide general office assistance in the C&M Department;
•Conduct directed research;
•Assist with the evaluation of public relations and marketing campaigns;
•Assist with other relevant duties as assigned.

Qualifications for the volunteer position of Communications and Marketing Intern include:
•Education in communications, marketing, and/or public relations;
•Currently enrolled in a degree program at an accredited institution;
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and social media applications;
•High level of attention to detail and ability to work with minimal supervision;
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
•Interest in and sensitivity to diverse ethnic, cultural and religious groups;
•Commitment to Planned Parenthood’s mission and support of pro-choice values;
•Bi-lingual preferred, but not required.

Supervisory Plan
The Communications and Marketing Intern will work closely with the Director of Communications and Marketing to develop, organize, and maintain various marketing materials.

Deadlines for individual projects will be provided, and frequent communication should be established via in-person conferences, email and/or telephone calls.

Time Commitment
Weekly hours to accommodate an individual schedule may be arranged with the Director of Communications and Marketing. Adjustments to the schedule may be made as necessary.

Internship Benefits
The Communications and Marketing Intern will gain highly marketable public relations and marketing experience in a professional, progressive atmosphere. As an intern with Planned Parenthood, the Communications and Marketing Intern is eligible for reduced ticket prices to agency events and entry to all volunteer specific meetings and trainings, as schedule permits, with permission from the Director of Communications and Marketing.

Internship is unpaid.

To Apply
Please send your résumé to ccerf@ppaz.org with C&M Intern in the subject line. You can read more about PPAZ on our website www.ppaz.org.

Spring 2013- Arizona Health-E Connection PR Internship (PAID)
Job Title: Marketing & Communications Intern
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

Work Environment
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.

Physical Demands
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.

Company Overview
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 http://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
To apply for this position, send your resume to resumes@azhec.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- Bite Magazine- Photo Intern
PB+J Creative is seeking a photo intern for Bite {the magazine}, a new online magazine covering the food and dining scene in the Valley and Arizona. The prospective intern will work closely with the publisher and photo director. The perspective intern must be able to receive college credit for the internship. The position begins immediately. Internship is unpaid.

Position: Photographer
Area of Focus: Food-focused projects and events
City: Greater Phoenix area
Duration: Per project basis

About Our Company: PB+J Creative is a full-service publishing house that specializes in culinary and lifestyle publications. We are also the publishers of Bite {the magazine}, a new magazine focused on dining in the Valley and Arizona.

Company: PB+J Creative LLC / Bite {the magazine}
Contact Address: PB+J Creative, 2040 S. Alma School Road, Suite 1, PMB 312, Chandler, AZ 85286
Contact Email: michelle@pb-jcreative.com

Contact Name: Michelle Jacoby, publisher
How to Apply: To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to michelle@pb-jcreative.com and include “Internship” in the subject line.

Job Requirements: The ideal candidate is organized, diligent and has excellent communication and time management skills. The candidate also has an interest in food photography and magazine publishing. The intern will be photographing a variety of food events in a photojournalistic style and will learn the skills of photo editing. The intern will also assist with photo shoots in order to observe and gain hands-on experience in a professional photographic environment. Previous magazine internship experience is a plus.

Spring 2013- Documentary Film Assistant Internship
SEED SPOT: The Documentary is a film project by Anna F. Miller about an innovative nonprofit Phoenix, AZ. Arizona has a reputation for being a great place for startups, but SEED SPOT is the first of its kind. SEED SPOT is an entrepreneurial incubator that helps early stage social entrepreneurs succeed and stay in Phoenix. Specifically, SEED SPOT supports entrepreneurs that possess an idea to improve the lives of people or communities on a local, national, or global scale. Entrepreneurs selected for the 18-week program are surrounded by local innovators, mentors,
corporate partners, and service providers. The documentary follows the story of 5 of the 16 ventures as they grow their companies. SEED SPOT entrepreneurs will have experiences along their journey that other aspiring dreamers can learn from in a documentary film. Additionally, the SEED SPOT model is built for replication into new cities in the years ahead. The ability to capture the launch and progression of SEED SPOT in its first year may enable a national movement to take shape, all grown out of Phoenix, Arizona. Be part of an exciting local documentary about entrepreneurs, innovation and economic revitalization.

-Passion for documentary filmmaking
-Basic knowledge of video production and editing
-Basic knowledge of Premiere CS6 and Final Cut Pro
-Photography skills are a plus
-Lighting and grip skills are a plus
-Ability to carry heavy equipment
-Own a car and valid drivers license
-Available at least 10 hours a week for 3-6 months

Intern will answer directly to the producer and will be responsible for everything from running errands, to behind the scenes photography, to shooting and editing the
documentary. This internship is unpaid.

-Credit in a feature documentary
-Connections to filmmakers and business owners
-Exposure to the most influential people in Phoenix
-Hands on filmmaking experience
-Potential for more work and higher pay
-Producer/Director: www.annafmiller.com Subject/Content: www.seedspot.org
-Original Kickstarter Project: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/reelanna/seed-spot-thedocumentary

Contact: Anna Miller, Producer
Location:605 E. Grant Street, Suite 102 Phoenix 85004

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.

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.

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

•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
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.

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: Anne Collins

Summer 2013- Dignity Health PR/Communications Internship (unpaid)
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.

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.

•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

•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

Summer 2013- Conde Nast
Deadline to apply is January 31, 2013

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


Google Journalism Fellowships – 2013
In an effort to help develop the next crop of reporters working to keep the world informed, educated and entertained, we have created the Google Journalism Fellowship. As a company dedicated to making the world’s information easily accessible, Google recognizes that behind many blue links is a journalist and that quality journalism is a key ingredient of a vibrant and functioning society.

The program is aimed at undergraduate, graduate and journalism students interested in using technology to tell stories in new and dynamic ways. The Fellows will get the opportunity to spend the summer contributing to a variety of organizations — from those that are steeped in investigative journalism to those working for press freedom around the world and to those that are helping the industry figure out its future in the digital age.

There will be a focus on data driven journalism, online free expression and rethinking the business of journalism. The 10-week long Fellowship will open with a week at the Knight Foundation and end with a week at Google, split between Google News and YouTube. Deadline is Jan. 31, 2013.

Participating organizations are based in Berkeley, CA, Columbia, MO, Cambridge, MA, St. Petersburg/Miami, FL, New York, NY and Washington, DC. They include the Center for Investigative Reporting, the Committee to Protect Journalists, Investigative Reporters & Editors, the Knight Foundation, Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, Poynter, Nieman Journalism Lab and ProPublica.

More information about the host organizations and the areas of focus for the Fellows are outlined on the Host Organizations page.

Fellows will be assigned a lead mentor at their host organizations, but will have the opportunity to work with several senior staff members over the course of the summer. Fellows will be expected to make substantive contributions to the work of their organization, including researching and writing stories, contributing to open source data programs, creating timely data to accurately frame public debates about media in the United States and the world as well as finding new and compelling ways to use data to tell stories.

Who should apply?

We’re looking for students who are passionate about journalism and the role that technology can play in the industry and the pursuit of their craft. Students from all majors and degree programs who possess the following qualities are encouraged to apply:

-Demonstrated or stated commitment to journalism – especially in the fields of data driven journalism or freedom of expression online
-An interest in exploring and creating business models to help the industry in the digital age
-Excellent academic record, professional/extracurricular/volunteer activities, subject matter expertise
-First-rate analytical, communications, research, and writing skills
-Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently, and to work smartly and resourcefully in a fast-paced environment

Fellows will receive a stipend of $7,500 USD for 10 weeks during the summer of 2013 (June-August) and a travel budget of $1,000 USD.

The Fellowship will start on June 3, 2013 with the first week at the Knight Foundation in Florida. Fellows will join their host organization on June 10, 2013 and finish with a week at Google in California on August 5, 2013.


Phoenix Suns Street Team
This is a part-time seasonal position within the Phoenix Suns Marketing Department. Members of the Street Team will be fun, energetic, enthusiastic and committed to promoting the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•Work both on and off-site events (i.e. home games, special events, sports tournaments, partner appearances, festivals, etc.) in an effort to promote the Phoenix Suns / Mercury
•Responsible for installation set-up, operation and teardown of all interactive elements and the Phoenix Suns / Mercury Mobile Marketing vehicle at scheduled events
•Responsible for all operational needs and activation of the following elements while at events representing the Phoenix Suns / Mercury – handout premium items, facilitate on-site promotions, interact with fans and communicate general information
•Make sure vehicles are fully stocked with necessary items for each event and ensure vehicles are kept clean at all times
•Assist with organization and maintenance of the mobile unit
•Assist Marketing Department in researching new events for appearances
•Responsible for fan engagement and data cultivation at each event
•Responsible for completing post-event wrap-up forms after every event
•Assist with other tasks on an as-needed basis

Required Skills / Qualifications:
•Passionate about the Phoenix Suns / Mercury, the game of basketball and sports in general
•Organized with the ability to multi-task and problem solve in a fast paced work environment
•Hard working, detail oriented and results driven
•Strong leadership skills with the ability to be a team player and enjoy working in a team environment
•Excellent interpersonal skills
•Customer-service oriented
•Previous marketing/promotional/event/street team experience preferred
•Minimum 18 years of age
•Possess a valid Arizona driver’s license, automobile liability insurance and a good driving record
•Flexible schedule – Must be able to work some home games, nights/weekends and holidays as required
•Requires prolonged standing; ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
•Must be able to work in outdoor conditions
•Bilingual speakers preferred but not required

Candidates must be available to work home game nights and various events promoting the Suns/Mercury brand. The opportunity is expected to last up to one year.

Please visit www.suns.com/careers to apply online.

ASU Parking & Transit Video Production Associate
Job ID:#116876
Job type:ASU Hourly

Parking and Transit Services, a division of University Business Services, is looking for a student Video Production Associate (VPA) to assist with audio and video media projects within the department for 15 to 30 hours per week. The successful candidate will possess strong attention to detail; and a good working knowledge of audio/video equipment. The individual must be capable of following detailed directions, be self-motivated and able to communicate clearly and proactively with customer and supervisors. The VPA will be asked to perform tasks associated with on-location production (i.e., camera or audio capture operation, lighting, set up and teardown, etc.). Experience with video and audio editing software including the understanding of non-linear editing principles is also desired. Candidates must also understand signal path, compression, and digital deliver content and be able to attend to projects involving multiple files and deadlines. The Successful candidate should also be able to prioritize workflow and shift priorities as needed and have experience with digital video camerawork, including lighting, microphone work and shooting, understand principles of videography and be able to interpret simple code syntax (can read an HTML snippet and paraphrase it). The primary duties of the Video Production Associate (VPA) include capturing, compression and delivery of video. The position will also consult with the Marketing Manager regarding media projects, HD videography post-production; non-linear video and audio editing. Candidate must be a self-starter, willing to take direction from the Marketing Manager, and/or client and follow through on projects in a timely manner with limited supervision. Strong organizational skills are also essential.
* Desired Software Proficiency: Comfortable working in the Adobe Production Premium Suite with a focus on Premiere and After Effects. Additional Preferred Proficiency: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Power Point and Prezi. * Desired Hardware Proficiency: Must be comfortable working in a Mac Environment and familiar with DSLR, HD Camcorders, Lighting, Audio equipment and post-production workflows.
Hours: 20/week
Pay rate: $9.75
Job level:4
Number of positions:1

CONTACT: Aaron Bryant
Please Send Email to aaron.bryant@asu.edu with Cover Letter, Resume, and Link to Work Samples.

Freelance Photographer- PAID
I handle public relations for Brillare Hairdressing Academy, and we are looking for photography students to take fashion/editorial style portraits of the cosmetology program student’s hair and make up work. The photos would be used to enter hairstyle competitions.

The looks are usually dramatic high fashion looks, so the photographer would have some creative license to help the Brillare student achieve a bold look with lighting, backdrop, etc.

Brillare could provide a small project fee to the photographer. The model releases would allow the photographer to use the photos in their portfolio, and the Brillare students would want a digital image to use in their portfolio as well.

If interested, contact:

Julie Igo
Moxie Group Public Relations
fax: 480.345.9931


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