Opportunities 11.14.14


Spring 2015- Arizona Capitol Television
TYPE:PAID $2350 stipend for the semester

Intern work for Arizona Capitol Television, a nonpartisan office of the Arizona State Legislature. They will have an opportunity to do the following:

•Operate robotic cameras to produce live coverage of House and Senate proceedings for the Internet and closed circuit cable television.
•Research, write, shoot, edit, and produce video segments for Arizona Capitol Television, Arizona’s version of C-SPAN, 24/7 television channel which can be seen on Cox Digital Cable (channel 123) and Comcast Cable (channel 123).
•Conduct television interviews with legislators and legislative staff.
•Learn about various aspects of broadcast journalism and television production from industry professionals.

Contact: Jason Fitzpatrick
1700 W. Washington, Phoenix

Spring 2015- Arizona Diamondbacks
CLASS STANDING: Jr. + Only with previous internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK; Must be able to work game days during the season and in spring training
TYPE:PAID (minimum wage) (Must register for course credit)

Primary Duties:
• Able to work nights, weekends, and some holidays.
• Assist with organizing and setting up video shoots and sets.
• Energetic, personable individuals who represent the ideals of the Diamondback organization.
• Assist in maintaining and organizing inventory of all tape and digital video archives.
• Ability to think outside the box, be creative, and have a passion for creating new and exciting content.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and able to make quick decisions.
• Assist dbTV editors, engineers, dbTV and video matrix crew.
• Assist in the creation and execution of graphics, video and overall dbTV displays.

• Video editing and camera operation (Adobe Creative Suite and/or Avid Media Composer a plus)
• Ability to multi-task
• Ability to handle confidential information
• Detail oriented
• Proficient in Word, Excel, etc.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Excellent work ethic

Contact: Jeff Cederbaum
Location: 401 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix

Spring 2015- Bonneville- Arizona Sports 98.7 FM
CLASS STANDING: Second semester freshman and above
Type: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)

We’re looking for highly motivated individuals interested in working behind-the-scenes for the one of the biggest sports media brands in the country. Arizona Sports 98.7 FM is the flagship home of the Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Coyotes, Arizona State University athletics and an ESPN broadcasting affiliate. We also have the highest rated sports talk-shows in the Phoenix market, including Doug and Wolf mornings, Bickley and Marotta middays, and Burns and Gambo in the afternoon.

Location: 7740 N. 16th St. #200 Phoenix

Spring 2015- AIA365/com
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)

Working on a multi media platform through live sporting events and other sports programming. The chance to be behind a camera, in front of a camera, production assistant and more. Real hands on experience that will provide great benefits for you down the road.

Must have reliable transportation.

Contact: Kevin Ray
Location: 7007 N. 18th Street, Phoenix

Phoenix 11 Reporter/Producer
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled Juniors+
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)

PHXTV is looking for an incoming junior or senior who has some experience in reporting, writing and videography. The interns selected will have the opportunity to do some reporting and on-air work as well as some production. Requirements Valid driver’s license and complete a background check

CONTACT: Deborah Sedillo Dugan

Location: 140 N. 1st Ave in Phoenix, close to the Cronkite School and just off the light rail.

Spring 2015- TOWN OF GILBERT
CLASS STANDING: OPEN; must have previous TV internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 12 hrs./week
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)

Interested in broadcast journalism, but not sure local news is the right fit for you? The Town of Gilbert’s communications department is looking for interns to assist our digital journalists with video production for the town’s online and broadcast platforms.

If you are looking to gain valuable “hands on” experience in the field of broadcast production and believe you have what it takes to work in the broadcast industry, we want to hear from you!

Duties & Responsibilities · Basic shooting & Adobe Premiere editing skills, archive video footage, produce promo pieces, still photography at town council meetings, assist in promotion of town events via social media channels. Additionally, our interns have the opportunity to learn studio production in our town council chamber, schedule programming on our Gilbert CH11 and learn how to run a live show.

While this internship is unpaid, interns will gain valuable experience. This internship is best for those who are pursuing a career in broadcast and online journalism.

Only accepting internship applications from students who have their own transportation and have completed the Cronkite videography course or have experience shooting and editing.

If interested please send us an email with your resume and availability. Hours are flexible and are primarily M-Th, 7-6.

Contact: Gardenia.Lamadrid@gilbertaz.gov
Location: 50 E. Civic Center Dr., Gilbert 85296

Spring 2015- ASU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
We have internship positions to fill!

Content writer: The student intern would work closely with our marketing team to create content such as press releases, ASU News stories, human interest stories, magazine stories and social media posts on students in our college.
Video intern: The student intern would work closely with our marketing team to gain experience in filming and editing short videos for social media, especially interviews with students or potentially a package to post about a program.
Graphic designer: The student intern would work closely with our marketing team create graphics for our social media pages and various electronic publications such as emails sent to admitted students before they enroll in ASU.

Magazine production opportunity
We have a twice-yearly magazine called the CLAS Magazine that highlights students, faculty and alumni in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, similar to the Cronkite yearly magazine. We thought this could be a great opportunity for Cronkite students to get experience by essentially running the magazine, determining stories, writing stories, editing, taking photos, etc.

Contact: Sara Muench

Spring 2015- FleurComGroup
Join the high-energy FleurComGroup team! Earn a coveted insider’s view of the Southwest’s highest profile events, concerts, tours, culinary showcases and more. Participate in developing compelling content for news coverage and social media. FCG is a boutique public relations/social media firm in North Scottsdale. Interns are respected members of the team who gain hands-on skills, and accountable for real deliverables. Opportunities for full-time employment. Visit www.FleurComGroup.com, on Facebook and Twitter @FleurComGroupPR

Required: Solid newswriting [news releases] and snappy phone skills. A good understanding of what is newsworthy; research and social media skills. Winning attributes: inquisitive, tenacious. Eager to learn, contribute and participate.

Interns receive an expense allowance.
CONTACT: Cynthia@fleurcomgroup.com

Spring 2015 Internship- Envida Group
Envida Group is a digital marketing and social media agency located in Old Town Scottsdale with a variety of clients around the country. The environment at Envida is casual, fun, yet always focused on being one step ahead of the competition and two steps ahead for our clients. Voted as the Top 5 Social Media and SEO Agencies in Arizona by Ranking AZ for the past 3 years in a row and featured on The List TV as social media contributors.

A semester internship at Envida would consist of content writing for blogs, social media sites and websites, creative team meetings with the team and the internship group, photography (nothing fancy) on location for clients, and content creation. Time commitment would be min of 2 days per week with your internship team.

As an intern with Envida, you will learn how to fully manage a social account for our clients, the basics of online advertising and the “new way” agencies work in 2015.

Marketing, Journalism/PR or Graphic Design Majors preferred.

Desired Skills:
•Ability to work with WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest
•Knowledge of Photoshop, Final Cut Pro and iMovie is a plus
•Strong oral and written communication skills
•Must be creative and willing to work with others

Four Internship Positions Available for College Credit plus Incentives (first semester is not paid); Our interns are the first considered when looking for prospective employees

Please send your resume to candie@envidagroup.com by Dec 1st, 2014

Spring 2015- MM Brand Agency
Assist the Senior Communications Strategist with the development and management of
communications strategies—including, but not limited to:
– Prepare strategic plans and content calendars for social media and traditional PR efforts
– Write blog posts for MM Identity Lab (weekly) and our clients (as per project scope)
– Write the MM Lab Report (monthly) and client newsletters (as per project scope)
– Create and update monthly reports for Facebook and other social media channels
– Analyze campaigns and translate anecdotal or qualitative data into recommendations and plans for
revising social media and communications strategies and campaigns based on project goals and budget

Collaborate with Marketing Strategy, Brand Strategy and Design teams to develop the Brand
Strategy voice for client projects: values, vision, mission statement, positioning statement,
Collaborate with Design team to ensure content and design assets are working in unison to support
Brand Strategies: integrate voice, look and feel throughout all marketing materials (including, but
not limited to, websites, social media campaigns, brochures, announcements, invitations, tradeshow
booth and event collateral).
Manage, monitor and develop content for MM Identity Lab and client projects including traditional
marketing channels: press releases, article placement, social media and campaign content

MM Brand Agency
1017 North Central Ave Suite 1
Phoenix 85004
Contact: Crissy Saint
(602) 561-7778 crissy@mmbrandagency.com
Hours: 20-30
Pay: $8

Spring 2015- InMedia Journalism Internship
InMedia Company publishes In Business Magazine, an editorially strong monthly publication serving primarily the Greater Phoenix area with in-depth content directed to businesspeople from the startup entrepreneur to the chairman of the board. Interns will be given the opportunity to assist in a broad range of responsibilities on the editorial side of production, from researching and editing to writing focused articles and social media posts. They will also be involved on the digital side with managing content on our website and on the print wide with proofing the designed pages of the print edition. Casual atmosphere but demanding standards. Published clips guaranteed.

Unpaid internship; following internship, we offer the former interns the opportunity to work with us as freelance writers on assignments that range in pay from $100 to $1,000. 15-20 hours per week, flexible schedule.

•Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word
•Some writing skills
•Basic knowledge of English grammar
•Attention to detail
•Ability to use the computer to do simple research
•Knowledge of Word Press helpful
•Not a skill, per se, but since most of the work will be with the monthly In Business Magazine: interest in business (from a journalism perspective rather than an entrepreneurial drive)

•Research info for articles
•Write articles
•Assist with social media
•Post and manage content on our website
•Acquire artwork
•Assist with fact checking
•Assist with proofreading
•(all-around experience of getting a monthly magazine published)

Contact: Savanah Holmgren

Spring 2015- Video Internship – Arizona Highways
Friends of Arizona Highways (known today as Arizona Highways Photo Workshops) is a non-profit organization that was originated to promote an appreciation for the cultural, historic and scenic wonders of Arizona through superior photographic education. Staffed by two full-time employees and a rotating corps of approximately 35 volunteers, we offer over 25 major photography workshops and more than 40 one, two and three day weekend workshops every year. Since our formal incorporation in 1985, we have given grants to various causes within Arizona Highways Magazine, contributed to other non-profit charities such as the Audubon Society, Young Survival Coalition, Arizona Trail Trek, and the Hike for the Homeless, and started a scholarship for Arizona public university students studying photography. This upcoming year, 2015, marks our 30th Anniversary in which we will be hosting a symposium and reception to celebrate this milestone.

Responsibilities will Include:
• Primary responsibility will be creating a video for AHPW’s 30th Anniversary celebration taking place in November 2015. This project will include working with the Executive Director to create a vision for the video, coordinating and conducting interviews with various influential individuals, in person and over the phone, and gathering photographs and other b-roll.
• Secondary responsibilities will revolve around helping with tasks relating to the 30th Anniversary reception and symposium events. Responsibilities may include assisting the Executive Director in a variety of marketing projects and participating in the planning and coordinating of events and advertising strategies.

• Must:
o Possess strong videography and reporting skills
o Have own video equipment (DSLR is adequate)*
o Be proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro
o Be organized, yet flexible
o Be able to think creatively & critically
o Communicate effectively & visually
o Be multi-task oriented
• The ideal candidate will possess experience with some of the following skill sets:
o Basic graphic design knowledge using programs such as Photoshop, InDesign or Dreamweaver
o Basic web design with knowledge in Dreamweaver or HTML code
o Strong creative writing skills for use in marketing materials

*AHPW will provide Adobe Premiere Pro editing software and a Zoom H1 Handy Recorder.
2039 West Lewis Avenue | Phoenix, AZ 85009 | Tel: 602.712.2004 | Toll-free: 1-888-790-7042
Website: www.ahpw.org | Email: info@ahpw.org
Friends of Arizona Highways Magazine Foundation, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization

• 15 Week Commitment
• 14 Hours per week
• Schedule is Flexible M-F with some weekend and evening availability

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of the internship the individual will have knowledge and experience in:
• Various aspects of running a small business/organization.
• Familiarity with the structure and management of a Non-Profit Organization.
• Enhanced marketing competencies in video, design, and print forms.

Compensation Details:
This internship offers a $500 stipend to be paid in three progress payments throughout the semester. Additionally, mileage incurred when traveling for interviews will be reimbursed.

To Apply:
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and two to four video samples. These items should be emailed to Executive Director, Roberta Lites at rlites@ahpw.org. Links to videos samples may be included in the email or within an attached document.

2039 West Lewis Avenue | Phoenix, AZ 85009 | Tel: 602.712.2004 | Toll-free: 1-888-790-7042
Website: www.ahpw.org | Email: info@ahpw.org
Friends of Arizona Highways Magazine Foundation, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization

Summer 2015- American Junior Golf Association (AJGA)
We offer great hands on experiences that will help get your foot in the door into the golf/sports industry! An added bonus…
·The AJGA only hires FULL-TIME from the internship
·Great Networking opportunities
·You travel the country helping run National Golf Tournaments
·It’s a PAID position!
– Deadline is January 15.

So apply today via www.ajga.org/careers . Read more information in our online brochure http://joom.ag/F2Jb


James Alan Cox Scholarship for Photojournalists
Five awards at $1,500/each- four for videography and one for photography. Deadline is November 15.

Technology Apprentice Program
The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) offers the Technology Apprenticeship Program (TAP) to stellar candidates who want to build a career in broadcast technology. The six-month program is designed to expose the best and brightest high-tech graduates and professionals to the broadcast industry and prepare the next-generation of new talent.

If you are a technical school or college student preparing to graduate, a recent graduate or technology professional interested in video coding, IP audio and video, server-based audio and video, file-based audio and video or radio and television transmission, then this program is for you.

The Technology Apprenticeship Program will:

Expose you to the latest technology in broadcasting at the NAB Show in Las Vegas and other prominent industry events; Provide you with paid, hands-on training at a radio or television station; Introduce you to cutting-edge technology advances in the industry;Connect you with potential industry employers; and Provide you with the opportunity to become a Certified Broadcast Technologist.

The program’s next cycle begins in March 2015. Apply now and take the first step towards an exciting career in broadcast technology.

For application instructions and other details about the program, please click. http://nabef.org/tap/default.asp


Social Media Coordinator- MiniCo Insurance
JOB TITLE:Social Media Coordinator (Part-Time)
Pay Rate: Up to $19/hour- DOE

Coordinate all social media networking and manage advertising campaigns for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn using creative content supplied by the art director and marketing manager. Position includes managing MiniCo’s social media contact lists in order to increase our likes and followers for each site.

•Plan and coordinate all social media networking
•Administer Facebook pages, LinkedIn groups, Twitter profiles, Google+ and YouTube accounts for MiniCo Insurance and MiniCo Publishing
•Update social media content on a daily and weekly basis for each site
•Track what is being said about MiniCo across the various social media platforms in order to respond to queries in a timely fashion
•Build a following on each social media site with the primary goal of driving traffic back to MiniCo’s websites

•Proficiency in social media platforms to include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube
•Attention to detail
•Customer service experience
•Strong written and verbal communication skills
•Ability to learn about MiniCo’s multiple product lines and produce fresh content on a daily and weekly basis
•Curiosity with respect to new media opportunities
•Comfortable with interacting with multiple departments and team members as well as MiniCo’s customers

Contact: Dan Sommer

Volunteer Writers- Superstition Review
Are you an ASU student interested in the field of publishing? Do you wish you could get marketable job skills while earning college credit? Do you like to have a little fun while you learn? Then a volunteer writer position with Superstition Review is right for you. All work is done completely online through Blackboard, Google Docs, Skype, and email. I welcome interns from all fields, but especially from creative writing, literature, web design, art, music, film, and business.

About Superstition Review

Superstition Review is the online literary magazine produced by creative writing and web design students at Arizona State University. Founded by Patricia Murphy in 2008, the mission of the journal is to promote contemporary art and literature by providing a free, easy-to-navigate, high quality online publication that features work by established and emerging artists and authors from all over the world. We publish two issues a year with art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry.

We also enjoy honoring all members of our Superstition Review family by maintaining a strong year-round community of editors, submitters, contributors, and readers through our social networks:

Blog: http://superstitionreview.asu.edu/blog
Facebook: http://facebook.com/superstitionreview
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/SuperstitionRev
Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SuperstitionReview
iTunes U: https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/superstition-review/id552593273
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/superstition-review
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/superstitionrev
Tumblr: http://superstitionrev.tumblr.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperstitionRev
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/SuperstititionReview

Spring 2015 Trainees
Trainees will register for a 3 credit hour ENG 394 course in Spring 2015. The course will offer a study of the field of literary magazines; it will introduce students to the processes and practices of a national literary publication, and it will include review and reading of contemporary art and literature. Students will be encouraged to create their own literary brand that will help make them more marketable for publishing jobs. ENG 394 students are paired with current interns and are encouraged to attend SR outings such as local literary events, and also volunteer events with UMOM, Free Arts AZ, and our creative writing collaboration with Combs High School. Upon successful completion of ENG 394, trainees will enroll in ENG 484 in Fall 2015 and become active interns with the magazine. Please fill out the following application by November 15th.

Volunteer- Sports Announcers for Youth Football League
Looking for students who would like to gain some practical experience, by broadcasting our games from the Sky booth…. Announcing names, positions, tackles as well as color commentating. If you have students who are interested in getting some live experience we would love to have them participate.

Two locations are available– Chaparral High School and Scottsdale Christian High School, with the need of 12 or so broadcasters throughout the day.

We will be holding 6 games at each location starting at 9 am, 11:30 am, 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm and the last game starting at 7 pm.

Each game lasts approximately 2 hours and a student could choose to broadcast 1 game or many games….. we would love the help and hopefully the students would enjoy the practice and experience.

Please contact me with any questions you may have and we would appreciate the assistance from ASU.

Coach John


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