Opportunities 2.20.13


Local publishers and digital companies will be on campus on Monday April 15 to conduct summer/fall 2013 internship interviews. If you want to participate in this interview day, please submit your application by March 1. Link to the application http://cronkite.asu.edu/assets/pdf/2013A_app.pdf

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.
Link to the application http://cronkite.asu.edu/assets/pdf/2013A_app.pdf

Hard copies of the internship application can be found in the student resource center on the second floor of the Cronkite School. You must submit an unofficial transcript and a career goals paragraph with your application. Take all materials to Cronkite #222 by March 1.


Sports Media Panel
The Association for Women in Sports Media is hosting a Q&A panel with two notable female Valley sports journalists, Paola Boiven of the Arizona Republic and Jodi Jackson of Fox Sports AZ, on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in CRONK 256. In an effort to draw a decent crowd, AWSM@Arizona State is asking for teachers to pass this information along to students and, if possible, include it in the events students can go to to receive extra credit. It is an opportunity for like-minded students to create a community in which we can share information on internships and the industry and grow ourselves professionally.

AWSM@Arizona State is Cronkite’s first sports club with the focus on women in the industry and is overseen by the professional organization, AWSM, which features prominent female sports journalists across the country and offers a competitive internship and scholarship program for college students. Cronkite alumnus Sarah McClellan, a sportswriter for the Arizona Republic, is a member and has been instrumental to organizing the event.

Any questions can be sent to Megan Stewart at mlstewa3@asu.edu or Rachel Cohen at rlcohen2@asu.edu.

Dressing For Success
If you will be interviewing soon for internships/job and need to know how to dress appropriately in professional settings then attend the Career Catwalk & Fashion Show.

Career Catwalk and Fashion Show
Thursday, Feb. 21, 6 – 8 p.m.
Nursing and Health Innovation 2, Room 110

Come see fellow students ‘strut their stuff’ at the 2nd annual Career Fashion Show sponsored by Dillard’s and ASU Career Services. Discover what employers expect regarding attire when it comes to interviews and your first day on the internship/job. What does casual Friday really mean? Learn what-to and what-not-to-wear and what is expected of you in a professional setting!

Win prizes – Free food! Bring your Sun Card – No RSVP required.


Spring 2013-Cox Media PR/Communications/Sales Internship
Provides administrative, coordination and marketing support to members of the Cox Media Marketing and Client Solutions team. Executes basic marketing-focused activities that directly support the Sales teams.

•Gathers and compiles research data, programming data and campaign summaries from various sources for use by Sales and other departments
•Maintains media kit to ensure most up-to-date information is available
•Develops or formats sales presentations and other sales collateral material
•Generates and distributes promotional campaign affidavits for clients and networks
•Executes and coordinates internal and external client events, promotions, sales incentives, client trade and ticket requests, package creation and premium disbursement
•Pulls key media research reports for Sales Services and Sales Consultants
•Assists Marketing Communications Specialist with maintenance of Cox Media’s social media presence on identified platforms
•Performs general office administrative support, as required
•Attends sales calls, as required
•Analyzes competitive data to identify sales leads and opportunities
•Performs other duties as requested that directly support the Cox Media Marketing & Client Solutions team

Note: This is a paid internship. Interested applicants should email their resume to Heather Strayer heather.strayer@coxmedia.com and James May james.may@coxmedia.com

Spring or Summer 2013- Intern for KEZ’s Beth & Friends
KEZ Radio is seeking an intern for the station’s morning-drive show, Beth & Friends.

Intern duties will include:
-Assist talent and producers during and after the live show with prep-work and material.
-Attend station events, and assist with set up and execution of the event.
-Assist with contesting and winner fulfillment.
-Contribute to and assist with the Beth & Friends Blog on the website.
-Update social media promoting events and other station happenings.
-Record video and other content for web use.

Required Skills
-Ability to learn basic audio production skills.
-Ability to learn basic video production skills.
-Ability to work in a professional manner around on air talents and other celebrities.
-Must possess basic Microsoft Office skills.
-Must have a wide range of daily availability, especially early mornings (5am-11am).
-Must be able to lift 50lbs of weight on a regular basis.
-Must possess a basic level of knowledge of social media knowledge.
-Must have reliable transportation.

Junior or Senior students preferred.

Work Hours: Flexible and based on events/concerts/live shows.

Contact: Chad Mitchell at thechadradio@gmail.com or call 602-374-6000.

Spring or Summer 2013 Internship Sprouts Market PR
Sprouts Farmers Market is rapidly growing and seeking to create a part-time paid intern to support the Nutrition and Community Outreach Department at the corporate headquarters.
The Nutrition and Community Outreach Department oversees the Nutrition, Internal and External Education,Community Giving and Sponsorships, Public Relations and Corporate Communications functions of our organization. Our skilled intern will gain valuable experience in promoting the Sprouts brand in-store and online.

We are looking for an intern who thrives in a fast-paced, fun and casual environment to work with us. The right candidate will have a way with words and a passion for nutrition and education. If you are a detail-oriented team player, this may be a great place to “sprout” your career.

Job Function:
• Help gather facts/info needed for nutrition and education collateral
• Assist with administrative duties for our nutrition, education, donation and PR programs
• Do quick research for feature articles, vendor profiles and internal communications
• Coordinate media events
• Monitor print and online media mentions
• Assists and perform tasks associated with project and departmental management, maintain time lines,
and schedule meetings
• Assist with copy requests
• Pull media lists and learn about corporate communications principles
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to work 20 hours a week
• Current college student (junior with major in Communications, Public Relations or Journalism preferred)
• Experience with communications-style writing required
• Journalism and/or news release experience preferred
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential
• Strong attention to detail
• Solid problem solving skills and decisiveness
• Organization and planning skills
• Computer skills: Microsoft Office Software including Outlook, Word, and Excel; basic knowledge of Photoshop and InDesign
• Knowledge of social media platforms
• Consistently demonstrates high standards of integrity by supporting the Sprouts Farmers Market mission and values and adhering to the Corporate Code of Conduct

More About Sprouts
Phoenix-based Sprouts Farmers Market operates more than 150 stores throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah, and is well on the way to becoming one of the largest natural food chains in the country. Sprouts is a neighborhood grocery store with the feel of an old-fashioned farmers market. Our friendly and knowledgeable team members are here to help our shoppers achieve “healthy living for less.” We are a fast growing, socially responsible organization seeking team members who exhibit passion, collaboration and innovation in their careers. If you pride yourself on delivering exceptional customer service and building a mutually respectful working environment, Sprouts is the place for you!

How to Apply
Please e-mail your cover letter, resume and writing samples to laurenrosenblum@sprouts.com, indicating “Intern applicant” in the subject line.

Spring or Summer 2013- Public Relations Intern- Allison & Partners

Public relations interns will be actively enrolled in, or a recent graduate of, a university public relations, marketing, or other related program. The individual must demonstrate the ability to undertake basic public relations writing assignments, adapt to a fast-paced work environment, possess an understanding of basic media relations skills, interact professionally with clients, and exercise good judgment. A working knowledge of computers, as well as word processing and database management software is necessary. Interns will be mentored by the entire Allison+Partners team including senior executives. Interns will work between 20-25 hours a week. Prior relevant experience is required. Compensation is $10 per hour.

We are seeking a paid intern to work with us on a wide variety of client projects. These include, but are not limited to:

•Draft basic public relations materials including news releases, media alerts, fact sheets, client meeting summaries, status reports and other materials as directed.
-Assist with media outreach, including pitching and follow-ups.
•Attend and participate in client meetings, media training sessions, presentations, and brainstorming sessions as directed.
•Attend media live-shots, in-studios and events as needed.
•Assist with the development and updating of media lists and other databases, including client, marketing, prospect and administrative databases.
•Complete timesheets daily, administrative duties and activities as assigned in a timely fashion.
•Assist firm staff with other client, business development and firm management projects as assigned.

What to Expect:
You won’t spend your whole day stapling and making copies. You won’t be expected to do ridiculous Starbucks runs for everyone in the office. And you definitely won’t be forced to wear a costume and deliver client product to news stations at 3 a.m.

You will be doing important client work. You will be a valued team member whose input is appreciated. You will be interacting with the media in the wee hours of the morning – for live shots. You will be expected to meet deadlines, keep promises and exceed expectations.

You will be living the life of a public relations professional.

About Allison+Partners
Allison+Partners, an MDC Partners company, is an international communications firm driven by a collaborative approach to innovation and creativity. The result is freshly imagined, customized approaches that provide concrete, measurable strategies to drive market and executive leadership. Expertise includes consumer PR and marketing, corporate communications, technology and digital media, brand innovation, social impact, public affairs and healthcare. The firm is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle and Dallas. Allison+Partners has a 50-state grassroots network and deep affiliations with quality firms worldwide through MDC Partners (NASDAQ: MDCA, Toronto Stock Exchange: MDZ.A), a progressive marketing and communications network, championing the most innovative entrepreneurial talent. Visit us at: www.allisonpr.com http://facebook.com/allisonpr, http://twitter.com/allisonpr.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to: cathy@allisonpr.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Spring or Summer 2013- Magazine Photography Internship
Patrick Media Group (PMG) craft digital magazines, web content, email broadcasts and social media. We are a part of a constantly evolving industry that requires creative approaches, innovation and nimble response. Patrick Media Group staff are contributing leaders assisting in the creative process.

– Collaborate with the PMG staff for assignment expectations
– Communicate with the Office Manager on progress, final direction and questions
– Be comfortable in a social setting
– Carryout research and preparation for a shoot
– Be willing and able to approach subjects in a friendly manner for photo opportunities
– Be flexible with on location assignment direction
– Use an extensive range of technical equipment, including cameras, lenses, lighting and specialist software
– Be able to communicate with photographic subjects by putting them at ease and taking their name and title for possible captions
– Be able to arrange still life objects, products, scenes, props and backgrounds
– Manage the processing and use of images
– Can communicate any technical problems or concerns
– Able to prepare digital proofs for approval
– Upload images to websites
– Have knowledge with of Photoshop to digitally enhance images
– Create final print images or digital files
– Have a strong desire to learn
– Professional Appearance – according to assignment
Interpersonal Skills
– Strong attention to detail
– Willing to identify and solve problems
– Self-directed with strong time-management skills
– Oriented toward deadlines
– Looking for creative approaches to enhance the digital experience
– Good with People
Professional Skills
– Adobe Photoshop – editing skills
– Must have high quality photography equipment

Contact: Tracy Lathion

Summer 2013- Online Start Up/Marketing/Social Media Intern
The goal of +swappow.com’s training program is to get our trainees familiar with all aspects of the startup world while supporting our new Action Sports Industry Focused Online Startup. Trainees will work remotely, but will work closely with our founders, advisory board members and associates on this innovative new venture in the Collaborative Consumption/Sharing Economy/Mesh space. +swappow.com exists to “share the ride” by helping to enable many more kids globally to participate in Action Sports.

The difference between a trainee and an intern at +swappow.com is that we believe that trainees should be given the opportunity to do more substantial work than the typical intern. While you may still be expected to perform some traditional duties like running errands, etc, the very rare and very real opportunity to be a part of helping this business go from concept to sustainable business exists with this opportunity.

For the right candidate, there will be opportunity to do research on capital market dynamics, learn the Action Sports Industry, study and analyze competing and complementary businesses, as well as participate in community outreach, draft press releases and media advisories, create social media content, etc…pitch stories to reporters and producers, participate in brainstorming sessions and attend meetings, etc…

Those trainees who excel will be considered for future part time and full time employment. Trainees will be expected to honor commitments and deliver high quality work on deadline. Former trainees of our founders and our Board of Advisors are currently working at a variety of companies around the globe. We will help you with your resume, cover letters and networking skills. You are joining our family and will reap the benefits of such as you start your career.

Desired knowledge of our trainees include the following…existing knowledge of the Action Sports Industry (Skate, Snow, Bike, Surf, etc..). Existing knowledge of social media platforms and marketing fundamentals, solid written and verbal skills.

Desired values of our trainees includes the following….genuine interest in helping kids. Team player. Honest. Clean living. Fun. Strong work ethic and desire to learn.
Minimum weekly time requirement will be 10 hours.

Joe Dunnigan

Summer 2013- Phoenix Art Museum- PR & Communications Internship
The Phoenix Art Museum has internship openings for the summer 2013 session. The session runs from June 7 to August 9, 2013. Applications are DUE BY April 5, 2013. The Museum requires a minimum of 160 hours over the summer.

Get all internship eligibility information, application materials, and application here:

·All accepted interns receive a one year student membership to Phoenix Art Museum
·Earn academic credit on a flexible schedule
·Invaluable professional experience and networking opportunities with weekly staff presentations and trainings
·Accessible downtown Phoenix location (next to bus and Metro Light rail stops and I-10)

Summer or Fall 2013- Johnjay & Rich Radio Show
Johnjay and Rich on 104.7 KISS FM are looking for a new crew of Interns for Summer and Fall 2013! Do you enjoy getting up in the morning when most of your friends are coming home from the bar? Do you like working lots of hours for no pay? If so…then what’s wrong with you? Is there any way I can talk you out of this? No? Then you possibly could be exactly who we’re looking for to join our team and to be a part of the magic that happens behind-the-scenes with Johnjay and Rich. The only requirement is that you must be able to receive some kind of school credit for your internship. Interns that are eager, motivated, cheery, hard-working, with excellent computer, internet and social media skills are highly preferred. We’re looking for self-starters, go-getters, people who live and breathe pop culture, and who can take instruction along with constructive criticism. Interns with audio and production skills are strongly urged to apply. Will you do whatever it takes for Johnjay and Rich? It could be the opportunity that launches you into the next phase of your life.

Looking for interns who can work at least 10 hours/week. We’ll interview freshmen through graduate students for our internship positions.

If you are interested, please send your resume to billryan@clearchannel.com

Summer 2013- Hearst Magazine Internships
Deadline to apply April 1

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, advertising sales, art, Web, etc.

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.

Suggested due dates for submitting resumes:

Summer internships-April 1
Fall internships-September 5

More info and application instructions can be found at:

Summer 2013- Cosmo Interns
Cosmo looks for enthusiastic undergrads with a big passion for magazines to work with our editors during the winter, spring, summer, and fall semesters. Our ideal candidates are motivated, creative, multitaskers with great written (and verbal!) communication skills. Sound like you? You can apply by mailing your resume and cover letter to:

Caryn Kanare
300 W 57th Street, 38th Floor
New York, NY 10019
(No phone calls please)

In your cover letter, please specify which department you’re most interested in (articles, web, fashion, beauty, art, photo, books, or radio), the semester you’re available, and why you’d make an awesome intern.

How long do the programs run? And when are the application deadlines for each?
Summer (late May through mid-August): 2/28
Fall (early September through late December): 6/16
Spring (Early February through mid-May): 10/31

Do I need to have had a previous magazine internship to be considered?
While it helps, we don’t require that our interns have previous magazine experience. In fact, we’ve found that some of our best interns have been total newcomers to the magazine world. However, we do love to see involvement with websites, blogs, and/or school publications on the resumes of our applicants to get a sense of their interest in the field.

Can I intern at Cosmo if I’ve already graduated from school?
Unfortunately, our internships are only open to undergrad students who are eligible to receive college credit. Grad school applicants will not be considered. (Additionally, please note that all Cosmo internships are unpaid.)

Are there any availability requirements?
Yes. We require that Cosmo interns are able to work two full days a week in our New York office during the spring and fall semesters, and four days a week during our summer and winter semesters (when students are on break).

What is a typical day like?
While there’s really no such a thing as a “typical day” here at Cosmo (assignments vary so widely!), intern responsibilities often include assisting editors with research and reporting, transcribing interviews, compiling stories, calling in products, brainstorming ideas, and providing administrative support to staffers.

Read more: Internships – Cosmo Internships – College Internships – Cosmopolitan
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Fall 2013- Fox Sports Arizona Internship
Currently enrolled Juniors and above are eligible to apply.

Production Internship Mission Statement To provide interns with challenging, real-world experience in the field of sports cable broadcasting. To gain hands-on exposure to studio, field and live event broadcasts as well as pre and post production . To learn how to prepare for a remote sports broadcast while working with staff producers, videographers and talent offering professional mentoring.

Internship Description Learn about the FOX SPORTS ARIZONA production department by observing local sports cable broadcasting. Intern will be exposed to live event broadcasting at local venues, remote truck access and pre and post game production on site and in the field. Work closely with staff professionals while going along on shoots or in the edit booth. Opportunity to shadow key positions of interest and learn the production business of sports cable broadcasting. Paid internship of 12-20 hours per week (depending on semester) at $10 per hour rate.

Intern Experience • Observe/assist producers, talent and videographers on ENG shoots • Observe/shadow crew within production live event television truck • Observe/shadow talent, production assistant, producer, director, videographer, remote crew at live events • Observe/learn basics of non linear Avid editing with staff editors • Learn basic operation of production ENG cameras and lighting • Assist production department with pre and post production needs. • Attend seminars with key staff members offering career guidance and mentoring.

CONTACT: Dave Halpern


The Nina Scholars
Application deadline April 1

The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust is seeking applicants for its scholarship program that brings the dream of a college education to candidates who face many life challenges and are often overlooked by college scholarship programs.

More than a dozen scholarship recipients will comprise the 13th cohort of Nina Scholars at Arizona State University.

There are three targeted populations:
-Adults, ages 25 or older, with dependents.
-College-age youths and adults with physical disabilities.
– Young adults, 18-25 years old, who have been raised in the child welfare system and are responsible for their own financial support.

Over the past 12 years, 299 Arizona students have been selected as Nina Scholars, receiving money for tuition, student fees, books, and a stipend for some living expenses. Scholarship applicants must be planning to attend ASU in the fall.

The Trust provides a full-time Nina Scholar coordinator, who offers guidance and support to the students. Additional mentoring and tutoring services are also available.

Applications are due April 1 for ASU.

For more information about applying to the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program, go to: www.ninapulliamtrust.org/nina-scholars.

Or contact the onsite program coordinator: Jo Ann Lopez_Martinez, joann.martinez@asu.edu, 602-496-1771 at ASU

National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)
NAHJ offers scholarships for each school year to full-time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers in journalism in English or Spanish-language media, or both. The series of scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 have varying requirements and are open to students attending four-year and community colleges in the Unites States and Puerto Rico. Since 1988, NAHJ has awarded about $1.6 million to more than 650 students.
Remember to be considered for any NAHJ Scholarship, students must be a current member of NAHJ for the 2013 calendar year. To join or renew your membership, click here. the annual dues for students currently are $35.

For scholarship info and application instructions go to:

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
NABJ is offering scholarships from $1,500- $2,500
Application Deadline for all Scholarships: March 22, 2013 (5:00 pm EST)

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
-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)

For more info and to apply: http://www.nabj.org/?page=SEEDscholarships

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
The Stanford Chen Internship Fund Grant supports college students needing help to bridge some of the costs that might otherwise keep them from taking an internship and expanding their journalism skills in an internship.

AAJA is now accepting applications for the 2013 Stanford Chen Internship Fund Grant. AAJA will award one or more news internship grant(s) of $1,750, available to current college juniors, seniors and graduate students. The grants are for print, online, broadcast or photography interns at small- to medium-size outlets.

AAJA strongly encourages applications from students who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, are attending college in the region or will intern at media outlets in Washington, Oregon or Idaho.

-Applicants must have a serious interest in pursuing a career in journalism.
-Applicants must have already secured an internship with a print company (daily circulation under 100,000), broadcasting company (markets smaller than the top 50) or online company.
-The grant is to be used only toward living expenses and transportation during the actual internship.
-AAJA membership is encouraged for all applicants and required for the selected grant recipient(s).

More info and application instructions at

NBC New York and $5,000 scholarship
Apply for the chance to be selected for an internship with NBC in New York City, along with a $5,000 stipend and an AAJA mentor.

AAJA is proud to announce the 2013 NBC Summer Partnership. NBC will place three selected students as paid interns for their daily programs, and one student for CNBC. NBC News will determine the show placement of the interns, but students can inform NBC News of their preferences. The selected participants receive $500 a week for 10 weeks to live in New York City. AAJA will connect each partnership intern with a professional journalist mentor through the AAJA Broadcast and Multimedia Mentoring Program.


-Applicants must have a serious interest in pursuing a career in broadcast journalism.
-Applicants must be currently enrolled and on track to receive a bachelor’s degree or advanced degree from a college or university in the United States.
-Production experience is not required, but preferred. Must be currently of sophomore standing or above and at least 18 years old.
-AAJA membership is encouraged for all applicants and required for the selected partnership recipients.

Info and application instructions can be found at

2013 Anna Chennault Scholarship
AAJA is proud to announce the 2013 Council for International Cooperation/Anna Chennault Scholarship and encourages rising college sophomores to apply. The winner will receive a $3,900 scholarship and an opportunity to be a Voices student news project participant at the 2013 AAJA convention in New York with all travel, lodging and registration costs covered. Applications must be received by May 3, 2013.

Info and application instructions at:

Native American Journalists Association (NAJA)
Each year, NAJA offers scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,500 to Native American students pursuing journalism degrees at a higher learning institution. To apply, students must be current NAJA members in good standing. Annual memberships cost $10 for high school students and $20 for college students. Review and download thescholarship form below for further details and to begin your application.

The 2013 application deadline for scholarships is now April 1. Winners will be announced at the NAJA’s national conference in Tempe, Ariz. Deadline to apply is April 1, 2013.

Info and application instructions:

Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
Terry Harper Memorial Scholarships: Terry Harper passed away in 2009 after a two-year battle with brain cancer. In honor of Terry’s efforts to improve SPJ and the entire journalism community, the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation set up a memorial fund following his death. With a generous outpouring of support, the Society can now proudly provide up to five scholarships to SPJ members to attend its annual convention. Applications due April 29, 2013. The convention will be held in Anaheim, Calif. in late August. http://www.spj.org/ifs.asp

RTDNA Scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
All scholarships are open to enrolled students (freshmen excluded) who are pursuing careers in radio and television news. Winners are also invited to attend the Exellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim, Calif. August 24-26. Candidates must be a full-time college student whose career objective is electronic journalism and have at least one full year of college remaining. To receive an award, winners must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing. Application deadline May 31, 2013.

See the scholarships here:


Weekend Radio Show in Phoenix
Rosie on the House (ROTH) is looking for a part time worker for the next 6 weeks. ROTH is a the most popular weekend radio show in Arizona. We are on state wide every Saturday morning from 8-11 and have been on air for 25 years. We are a call in home improvement show. We are looking for a part time person to screen calls for the next six weeks- from February 23- March 30th. You would need to be at the office on Saturday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., working alongside the broadcast director.

You can learn more about us at www.rosieonthehouse.com

Reliable transportation to the studio near 64th Street & Cactus in Scottsdale is required. $20/hour.

Contact Jennifer Romero at 602 505 7169 if you are interested.

Fox Sports- Phoenix Suns Production Observation
Fox Sports Arizona will broadcast Phoenix Suns pre- and post-game shows for all road games out of the Sony studio on the 6th floor of the Cronkite School. Fox Sports Arizona has invited two Cronkite students to each broadcast. This is a great opportunity to observe the production and perhaps network with the broadcast professionals.

Please take a look at the remainder of the Suns road schedule and if you want to sign up to observe the production, EMAIL Catalina Monsalve Catalina.Monsalve@asu.edu
with the date you’re interested in:

Wed Feb 20 – 8:30 p.m. (Be there by 6:00 p.m.)

Fri Mar 15 – 4:30 p.m. (Be there by 2:00 p.m.)
Sat Mar 16 – 4:00 p.m. (Be there by 1:30 p.m.)
Wed Mar 27 – 6:00 p.m. (Be there by 3:30 p.m.)

Wed Apr 3 – 7:30 p.m.(Be there by 5:00 p.m.)
Tue Apr 9- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)
Wed Apr 10- 5:30 p.m. (Be there by 3:00 p.m.)
Sat Apr 13- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)
Wed Apr 17- 5:00 p.m. (Be there by 2:30 p.m.)


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