Must See Monday
“Alumni on Camera”
Join Cronkite alumni who are on the air in Phoenix as they discuss the industry, their career paths and tips to succeed in school and in your career. Blog about it for Cronkite Conversations to earn points toward attending the Cronkite luncheon with Robin Roberts of ABC’s Good Morning America.
Lauren Gilger, investigative reporter for ABC 15
William Pitts, reporter for 12 News
Lindsey Reiser, reporter for CBS 5
Moderator: Syleste Rodriguez, anchor for Fox 10
Monday September 8
First Amendment Forum
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Internship Applications, Deadlines and Events
If you seek a spring 2015 Phoenix-area internship and want to participate in an upcoming internship interview day, please complete an online application. We have two deadlines:
Wednesday September 17
11:59 p.m. PST
PR and writing applications
Wednesday October 1
11:59 p.m. PST
The online application is here
The interview days will be on:
Friday October 17
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Channel 8 Studio A
6th FLoor, Cronkite School
Public Relations/Social Media
Friday November 7
8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Channel 8 Studio A
6th FLoor, Cronkite School
Newspaper, Magazine, Digital, Photography
Friday November 21
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Channel 8 Studio A
6th FLoor, Cronkite School
If you need help with your resume, please attend a 45-minute session on how to make your resume relevant.
Saturday, September 13
Sunday, September 14
Free campaign finance workshop sponsored by the Arizona Press Club
Get up to speed on covering state-level campaign finance with a trainer from the National Institute on Money in State Politics and learn how to use their free web tool, followthemoney.org. And meet other journalists from around Arizona.
» October 4 from 2-3 p.m.
» Ironwood branch of the Phoenix Public Library (4333 E Chandler Blvd., Phoenix), easily accessible from I-10
» The workshop is free, but registration is required. Reserve your spot here.
For more info, visit: www.azpressclub.org.
Fall 2014- KJZZ (NPR) News Paid Internship
Summary: Writes, produces and develops news stories and audio elements for radio news program(s). Intern works in the KJZZ radio station, in a team environment to meet newsroom goals. Daily news assignments include gathering sound from the field and writing broadcast and digital media copy. Intern will interact with administrators, staff, volunteers and the general public.
Duties: Writes produces and develops news stories for broadcast; arranges interviews for on-air hosts; produces audio segments; generates stories for broadcast using print, on-line and other resources; edits audio using editing software and other related duties as assigned.
Desired Experience: Ability to work under deadlines in a fast-paced environment; Experience in radio/television/newspaper/magazine producing, reporting and/or editing reports; Strong writing skills and attention to detail; Proficiency in production and writing as demonstrated by the submission of a portfolio containing recent stories. Experience with web publishing preferred.
Please note that early morning, evening and/or weekend hours may be required.
This is a paid internship. Please submit your resume to Jon Hoban
Fall 2014- Arizona Coyotes
Job Title:Game Operations Intern
Department: Game Operations
Reporting: Field Producer & Sr. Director of Game Presentation
Status: $40 / Game
The intern will be involved in the development and execution of the Arizona Coyotes in-game and game day experiences. The intern will be assisting the Field Producer and Sr. Director of Game Presentation by coordinating and distributing all game day scripts, supporting live game production from the booth, acting as support for the entertainment team, mascot and in-arena host, carrying out all pre-game activities such as national anthem, puck drop or ceremonies, and supporting the production of the game as a whole.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
•Prepare all paperwork in the office and deliver it to its appropriate recipients by a specific deadline prior to the game
•Attend both pre-game meetings with Paw Patrol and production crew
•Assist the Paw Patrol and the Mascot in their game day duties
•Assist in the live, in-game production elements such as: pre-game ceremony, puck drop, national anthem, giveaways, in-arena host hits, on-ice games, etc.
•Act as supplementary support for the Field Producer
•Coordinate with marketing, corporate sales and sponsorship, and ticketing departments
•Other duties as deemed necessary or as directed by the Field Producer
Required Knowledge/Skills/Job Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skill and Ability
•Strong creative skills and knowledge of sports
•Ability to collaborate and work well with others
•Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Must be able to work all or most of Coyotes games at Arena
•Must have flexible hours; including late nights, weekends and holidays.
•Must be dependable and have a positive attitude
•Must have a reliable source of transportation
•Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, react quickly and have superior problem solving skills
Education and Formal Training:
•Be enrolled at a qualified educational institution of higher learning
•Preferably be enrolled at a Sophomore, Junior or Senior year level
Please email resume and/or questions to the following contact:
CONTACT: Rachel Korchin
Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Intern
Find Your Influence (FYI) is the cutting edge Influencer Marketing tool providing national advertisers and small businesses the ability to promote their product or service through high-reach bloggers, as well as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube influencers. Within one interface, advertisers can connect with digital influencers, create content, manage payments and track results. Influencer Marketing has been regularly mentioned in the trades as a must strategy for Marketers in 2014 and Find Your Influence has created a tool to help marketers easily incorporate this into their strategy.
By offering our self-service solution to create influencer campaigns, advertisers and small businesses can take advantage of this powerful digital vehicle.
Find Your Influence is currently looking for a talented, hardworking intern to join our team in Scottsdale, Arizona.
•Identify qualifying online influencers across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Blogs
•Track and organize new blogs and social accounts for recruitment
•Use Google and Social media channels to identify niche influencers
•Recruit new influencers via email or social media message center
•Research influencers that are currently doing sponsored content and keep an ongoing list
•Categorize Each Influencer in the platform based on content topic
•Create lists of potential advertisers using Thelist.com and Hoovers
•An entrepreneurial spirit, self-motivated, confident, quick learner, with an excellent work ethic
•A passion for marketing or communications, specifically in online advertising/influencer marketing and social media
•An outgoing, hardworking and positive personality
•A desire to be a long term dedicated contributor for an early phase startup, who is growing at a fast rate
•Understanding of how to navigate and use, including but not limited to blog site URL, Twitter handle, Facebook account, Instagram and Google+
Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 Internship McMurry/TMG
Learn the Content development department of McMurry/TMG. Provide writing,editing, proofreading and other responsibilities as assigned.
Fall 2014 Social Media internship at Twist
Seeking a Social Media intern. The job requires 7-10 hours weekly.
Looking for an intern to assist with my social media marketing efforts. You will learn the ins and outs of my business and how to make social media a productive part of the overall marketing efforts. This internship is an unpaid position.
Interns are expected to have experience with social media on (at least) a personal level (use on a business level preferred). You must be able to think strategically and see how social media fits into a business’ marketing strategy, not just “selling” to our customers, but building long-lasting relationships by providing value to them. Interns must be able to assist in formulating social media plans (once ample information is provided to you), and then carry them out (with our assistance). You must be able to measure and document the impact of social media, and then suggest action-steps to increase impact.
Interns will be performing the following tasks:
Creating new profiles and pages (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube,
Uploading videos, photo albums, etc.
Finding users to follow/friend/like our business
Writing and posting blog posts/tweets/updates, etc.
Tracking the growth and the impact of social media on our business
Replying to comments, messages, etc.
Report findings to the team
Consistently learn and grow, ask pertinent questions
Ability create and upload Twitter & YouTube backgrounds, and minor video editing skills are a plus
Skills the intern should posses:
Excellent written and verbal communication, strong editing skills
Be creative with an eye for design
Ability to develop a detailed and professional marketing plan
Knowledge of digital media software – Photoshop or other graphic design software, etc. is preferred
Knowledge of video editing software – iMovie, Final Cut, or Windows Live Movie a plus
Knowledge of social media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, blogs, etc.
Willingness to create video blogs, write press releases, and Facebook posts daily
Energy, with a desire to come up with fresh ideas on how to grow our online presence
Ability to identify a target market and “speak” to that consumer through social media
Experience proofreading and editing
Ability to deal with uncertainty
Ability to contribute individually, and participate in cross-functional teams
Please send resumes to email@example.com
Fall 2014- Cox 7 Su Vida Production internship
Seeking student to assist line producers by making calls, setting up shoot times for stories, logging video, help writing intros and segment descriptions. Also help show producer gather bump info and write teases. Assist with show website.
Contact: Gretchen Burnett
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015- Brodeur Partners PR Internship- PAID
Brodeur Partners is currently accepting resumes for a paid internship in its Phoenix office. Brodeur’s internship program draws top talent from universities and colleges around the country, and offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to learn public relations and communications first-hand. Interns work with our highly-skilled account teams and gain skills from the best in the business. Interns are exposed to a variety of tasks in the following areas: traditional and social media, blogger and analyst relations; client, competitor and new business research; coverage and client reporting; content creation; and other communications activities. Brodeur works with interns to determine if the program can be used for school credit.
Candidates must be in their junior or senior year at a college or university majoring in communications, public relations, journalism or a related major; or, recent graduates who have received a Bachelor’s degree in communications or a related field. They also must:
-Have a passion for communications, public relations and digital/social media;
-Be able to organize multiple tasks and prioritize responsibilities;
-Have excellent verbal and written communication skills; and
-Be proficient on the Microsoft Office suite of software.
If you are interested in being part of our communications team, and are available for up to 24 hours/week for the fall semester, please send your resume and cover letter via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the following in the subject: Intern-Phoenix.
Brodeur Partners is a strategic communications company that helps organizations become and remain relevant in a complicated world. Headquartered in Boston, the company has five U.S. offices and operates in 33 countries globally. It is differentiated by its focus on relevance, behavioral change and ability to bring a discipline-agnostic approach to its non-profit, consumer and business-to-business clients. For more information, please visit www.brodeur.com
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015- ALL IN Media House
Office is Located in What City: Scottsdale
Title of Internship Position Available: Post-Production Intern
Amount of Hours / week: 10-15 hours a week, min
Number of Positions available: 1-2; Paid internship
Type of Equipment Company Has: DSLR camera packages, lighting and audio
Software Company currently have / use: Adobe Creative Suite
Primary duties include but are not limited to:
•Relatively proficient in Adobe Premier and/or Final Cut Pro, After Effects, and general Post-Production video processes, including logging, organizing, and storytelling. Intern has their own computer so they can work remotely is a plus.
•This candidate is comfortable with editing short form news packages, mini-documentary style stories, and truly has a knack for telling a compelling story.
•We’re here to help the candidate learn and become better, but we will need to see examples of candidates editing and storytelling capabilities.
Send project samples to Ryan@ALLinMagazine.com
Description of Position: Intern will work directly with the Post Production Manager & Director of Production (ASU Alum). We’re a fast pace company, our video team is always on-location capturing footage, shooting interviews, producing short documentaries, and in urgent need of always turning that content around to our audience. The interns will be assisting the post production team with pushing content up-stream. This is everything from organizing footage, editing footage, assisting in storytelling, and taking on special post-production projects of their own.
Additional Notes: We are a full service media house, chalk full of talent, heavily focused on video production (We also nationally distribute a monthly magazine). Our content tends to circulate the exciting world of professional poker, but more on the fringes….the lifestyle and entertainment facets of the industry – the type of content that audiences like to consume!
Basic Requirements: See Primary Duties
Contact Name, Email and Deadline for Resume Submission: Ryan Johnson, Ryan@ALLinMagazine.com
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Echo Magazine
Echo magazine is currently seeking student writers and interns that are interested in contributing to Echo. Please share this with your students, especially those studying multimedia and/or journalism. Interested parties should contact send an e-mail to email@example.com. http://www.echomag.com/
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015- Harlem Globetrotters
The Harlem Globetrotters are looking for an ntern to join their PR Department. Interns will help the organization prepare for the 2015 world tour. The Globetrotters are looking for self-motivated individuals who are eager to learn about the sports entertainment industry, have a positive attitude and carry themselves in a professional manner. This internship is not paid but offers valuable work experience. The Harlem Globetrotters headquarters is located at the heart of downtown Phoenix, making this internship ideal for Cronkite students.
Intern responsibilities include:
•Writing feature stories for the Globetrotters website
•Maintaining media database
•Maintaining and organizing media impressions
•Following up with fan mail inquiries
•Updating player alumni files
•Other clerical duties
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Good organizational skills
•Ability to multi-task
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office
•Photo Shop skills are a plus
•Punctuality is a must
Contact Ruby Ramirez
Public Relations Coordinator
The McCain Institute Policy Design Studio & Internship Program (Fall & Spring) & Capital Scholars Program (Summer)
Live and intern in Washington DC, learn how policy is made, and earn upper division credits!
• Gain valuable skills and hands-on work experience as an intern at an organization of interest to you (options include, but are not limited to, government agencies, lobbying and consulting firms, advocacy groups, media outlets, think tanks, non-profits, and museums).
• Visit government agencies and historical sites and attend networking events.
• Live in a community of fellow Sun Devils.
• Research solutions to real world foreign policy issues in a weekly seminar at the McCain Institute, taught by a U.S. Ambassador, as part of the Policy Design Studio & Internship Program.
• Must be at least a junior by the semester you plan to participate and need a 3.0 major GPA to apply.
• The Spring 2015 Policy Design Studio & Internship Program application deadline is September 25th.
• The Summer 2015 Capital Scholars Program application deadline is October 23rd.
Check out http://pgs.clas.asu.edu/mccain and https://pgs.clas.asu.edu/content/capital-scholars, and contact Rebecca Lish at firstname.lastname@example.org for program details.
Summer 2015 Internship- The Denver Post
The No. 1 newspaper in the Rocky Mountain region, The Denver Post, is helping shape the futures of the next generation of journalists by offering a 10-week paid internship for the summer of 2015. To do so, we are looking for talented young people who want to make a difference.
Interns work in several parts of the newsroom — as news or features reporters, online producers, photographers or graphic artists or designers. Denver Post interns are paid about $517 per week (housing and transportation to Denver are not included).
Materials must be received By 10/31/2014. Application instructions are here
Summer 2015 Internship- The Oregonian
Oregonian Media Group offers a 10-week summer intern program for college students who wish to work as multimedia journalists in The Oregonian newsroom. We’re looking for primarily upperclassmen with previous internship experience who want to work in a digital-first environment doing smart stories for readers of OregonLive.com online and The Oregonian in print. We want critical thinkers, students who have portfolios that show ambition and skill across platforms, reporters and photographers who want to make a difference with readers – however those readers find us. If selected, you will be assigned to a team for the summer, paired with a staff mentor and provided opportunities to learn from experienced journalists through group discussions with other interns. Students who have spent their summers with us have found the experience valuable, both in terms of the broad digital thinking they’re immersed in and the opportunities they’ve been given to pursue all kinds of stories of all kinds of depth. In short: You won’t be treated like an intern.
The deadline to apply for Summer 2015 is Nov. 1. You may upload a cover letter, resume and clips (or include a link to those materials) any time after Sept. 15, 2014, to https://oregonian.wufoo.com/forms/oregonian-2015-internship-application/
Summer 2015- The Washington Post
The Washington Post offers the following summer internships: reporting, visual journalism, developer journalism, copy editing, multi-platform producing, news designing and social media producing.
The deadline is November 7, 2014.
To learn about the summer internship opportunities at the Washington Post, click here.
Summer 2015- The Seattle Times
The Seattle Times offers paid summer internships to outstanding students pursuing a career in journalism. For 10 weeks, interns work on varied assignments and attend weekly training sessions with members of a Pulitzer Prize-winning staff. Interns receive a skill-development plan and work with a staff mentor to achieve it.
Internships are open to sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students attending a four-year college or university. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to print and online journalism. At least one previous internship at a daily news organization is preferred, and multimedia experience is a plus.
HOW TO APPLY
We post available internships on our employment website on Oct. 1 for the following summer. The application deadline is Nov. 15.
Summer 2015- The Austin American Statesman
What’s the news organization like?
The American-Statesman is the oldest, largest and most honored news organization in Central Texas, delivering current, relevant and compelling news and entertainment coverage through a suite of print and online products. We serve a rapidly growing metro area of 1.8 million people. Our journalists have won numerous state and national awards for their work. Our newspaper and websites are consistently rated among the best in Texas. We have an educated, diverse and demanding readership that is engaged and mobile.
What about Austin?
The Capital of Texas is a dynamic and rapidly growing high-tech city, featuring the 52,000-student University of Texas, the State Capitol and a thriving live music industry. It has the cultural amenities of a college town, unique outdoor attractions and world class entertainment and sporting events year-round. Best of all, it’s a great news town.
What about your intern programs?
During the fall and spring semesters, we select as many as 8 part-time interns, and, during the summer, we have 4 full-time interns. All internships are designed for college students pursuing a career in journalism.
Summer interns: From a nationwide pool of candidates, we select four full-time interns seeking front-line experience in news, business, features and sports reporting, still and video photography and online content editing. Our program pays $450 a week for 11 weeks, and we provide housing at St. Edward’s University near the newspaper.
What do interns do?
The same work as full-time journalists here. Our objective is to help interns grow with challenging assignments. In other words, you won’t spend your time writing police briefs, taking mug shots and running errands. Last summer, one intern finished with three dozen bylines, three-quarters of which were on the front page or the Metro cover.
Who can apply?
Undergraduate and graduate college students. You don’t have to be a journalism or communications major, but college newspaper experience or a previous internship is a plus. We look for a good academic record, a strong desire to be a journalist, and work samples that show talent and promise. Interns are required to have a valid driver’s license, transportation and proof of insurance. Our interns have come from all over the country.
How do I apply?
Send an application packet that includes a cover letter, a resume, a 2-3 page autobiography and an appropriate sampling of your work. The cover letter should say what the applicant is most interested in doing (i.e. local news reporting). The application should include the names of at least two references with phone numbers.
When are applications due?
The application deadline for Summer 2015 interns is November 7, 2014. The applications may be sent via email or standard mail. A standard post mark of November 7 will work. Send your application packet to:
Jason Jarrett, sports editor, Austin American-Statesman, 305 S. Congress Ave., Austin, Texas 78704. E-mail: email@example.com
SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Cronkite-Zocalo Fellowship in Santa Monica
The Cronkite School is accepting applications for student fellowships in sustainability journalism with Zócalo Public Square at ASU’s new Santa Monica., Calif., bureau.
The fellowships will be offered in the fall of 2014 and continue throughout the year, with students working out of the new Cronkite School bureau in Santa Monica during the fall, spring and summer semesters. Fellows will work up to 40 hours a week for $10 an hour, producing content for the Zócalo website and its media partners, and assisting with Zocalo’s public events. Students also may apply to receive Cronkite internship credit for the fellowship. Students will be responsible for arranging their own housing. The Cronkite School will cover the cost of travel to and from Santa Monica.
Zócalo Public Square, a project of the Center for Social Cohesion at Arizona State University, is a not-for-profit Ideas Exchange that seeks to engage a new, young and diverse generation in the public square through a blend of live events and humanities journalism. It partners with educational, cultural and philanthropic institutions to present free, non-partisan public events and conferences in cities across the U.S. and beyond and to publish original daily journalism that is distributed to more than 100 media outlets nationwide.
Fellows may be graduate or undergraduate Cronkite students with an interest in sustainability, energy, the environment and related fields. Duties include generating story ideas, identifying and working with Zocalo contributors (who include journalists, scholars and non-writers), writing and editing articles for the website, working with media syndicate partners, building audiences for journalism and events through social and other media, and assisting with the planning and execution of public discussions and lectures on current affairs topics. Fellows will work with a small staff of writers and editors who produce new content daily for the website and its media partners and who solicit contributions from diverse people whose voices would otherwise go unheard. Strong editing skills are a must as are curiosity and energy. The successful applicant will be able to generate story ideas off the news that provide a different perspective on current topics and write and edit for voice.
Some evening work is required. Fellows may have the opportunity to travel to Zócalo events in California and around the country. A car is not required but is suggested.
To apply for spring 2015, send a resume and a statement of interest to: Cronkite Director of Career Services Mike Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PART-TIME MEDIA JOBS OR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Phoenix New Times- Freelance Writers
Chow Bella, Phoenix New Times’ award winning food blog (phxfood.com) is looking for freelance writers. Interested? Take a look at Chow Bella and write to us and tell us why you should be working with us. Please include a resume and links to published work. Send to Amy Silverman at email@example.com
Freelance Writers Wanted- Uptick Newswire
Uptick Newswire is looking for Free Lance Writers to join our writing team! Uptick Newswire is the first Micro-cap Newswire Platform in the country and we want to extend a hand and give a few students the chance to exploit their talents and gain some field experience for future resumes.
The position entails:
-Interviewing CEO’s of publicly traded company’s
-Getting their story and writing it in a press release format
-Company pay is $50 per story of 300-400 words
-Working at home or at school makes the acclimation to the company more comfortable
-To apply you must be a Junior, Senior or Grad student
If you are interested in the position please contact Brittney Lewellen, Media Relations Director at Uptick Newswire, for a phone evaluation to be considered on joining the team! I look forward to speaking with you!