Slant News Info Session
Learn about Slant News today at 7:00 p.m.
Officially launched last month, Slant hit the one-million unique visitor mark within weeks of its debut. That’s because Slant, as the name suggests, offers young and diverse voices a professional platform that can help them get paid for their work, as well as access to an editorial team able to help writers optimize their content to perform well online. This hybrid model—combining the rigid professional standards of traditional journalism with the democratic thrill of crowdsourcing—is one of the more promising journalistic undertakings in years, and Slant’s looking for even more young writers to join the team.
Cronkite Olympics Coverage in Rio De Janeiro
The Cronkite School is the “School of Many Opportunities.” Here is an opportunity covering stories around the summer games in Rio De Janeiro. Info sessions about this unique and exciting opportunity will be held on:
Friday November 20 10:00 a.m. Room 256
Tuesday November 24 6:00 p.m. Cronkite 202 (Cronkite Theater)
Fox News Internships and Careers
Fox News will hold info sessions at the Cronkite School on Tuesday December 1. The lunch time session will be held at 12 noon and the late afternoon session will be held at 5 p.m. Both sessions will be in Cronkite #444. RSVP by November 23.
Spring 2016- Arizona Capitol Television
CLASS STANDING: JR. and above
HOURS: MINIMUM 20 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: PAID ($2350/semester); (Must register for course credit)
ACTV interns help provide live coverage of legislative meetings and produce feature stories about Arizona.
Contact: Jason Fitzpatrick, email@example.com
Location: 1700 W. Washington St., Phoenix
Spring 2016- Arizona Preps 365.com
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HRS/WEEK
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for course credit)
Hands on experience in production of high school sports webcasts/broadcasts, podcasts. On camera, behind the scenes, working in radio shows as well. Terrific experience in working along side trained professionals in the industry.
Must have reliable transportation.
Contact: Kevin Ray, firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 7007 N. 18th Street, Phoenix
Spring 2016- ASU Video Production
CLASS STANDING: OPEN
HOURS: MINIMUM 16 HRS/WEEK (prefer 2 full days per week)
TYPE: UNPAID; (Must register for course credit)
ASU Video Production is the central video producing department for Arizona State University and Sun Devil Athletics. Based in the Enterprise Marketing Hub, located in Downtown Tempe, we are an available resource to all departments across the University with video production needs. Our largest client is Sun Devil Athletics, all videos you see on thesundevils.com have been produced by our team. We also produce ASU’s content for the Pac-12 Network. So there are opportunities to work at football and other sporting events.
We have been running an internship program with Cronkite for many years, and we prove popular with students because our internship is very hands-on. We are always busy so there are plenty of filming and editing opportunities. We have a diverse team of staff all with specialist areas, and all willing to pass on their knowledge and expertise over the duration of the internship.
All our work can be viewed at vimeo.com/ASU. We prefer our interns to have two whole days available during the working week. There are opportunities for our strongest interns to stay on as paid student workers after the internship. Potential interns must feel comfortable filming, and have experience editing with Adobe Premiere Pro, it is preferable to have taken Cronkite’s Videography module prior to applying for our internship.
Contact: James Daniels, email@example.com
Location: 660 S. Mill Ave. Suite #401, Tempe
Spring 2016- Phoenix 11
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled Juniors+
HOURS: MINIMUM 18 HRS/week
Type: UNPAID (must receive course credit)
Multi-Media Journalist — writes, produces, edits and sometimes shoots. This person will report to the Station Manager and will assist her on city-wide production projects as well as day to day city coverage.
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 2016- MixedVoces
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+ with previous internship exp.
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HOURS/WEEK
A bilingual reporter to write in Spanish articles about the Latin and immigrant community in Phoenix and the Valley.
If you’re interested in interviewing with MixedVoces at the school on Friday November 20, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will schedule an interview.
Location: 1 E Washington St; Ste 2250 Phoenix, AZ 85004
Spring 2016- Jewish News
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+ with previous campus publication experience
HOURS: MINIMUM 10 HOURS/WEEK
Our interns will contribute news and feature articles in every section of the paper: community news, features, lifestyles, education, sports and religious life. They’ll cover issues of interest to our community and write about community events and personalities. We are evolving our digital first strategy, so interns will be assigned stories for the print edition, our website at jewishaz.com and have a shot at writing columns for our blog and/or opinion pages. They will also be invited to bring their own ideas for creative digital presentations of news and information. In our cross-trained newsroom, they will be asked to craft briefs and calendar items from press releases, as well as generate ideas for future coverage.
If you’re interested in interviewing with Jewish News at the school on Friday November 20, send a note to email@example.com and we will schedule an interview.
Location: 1430 E. Missouri Ave., Suite B225, Phoenix
Spring 2016- St. Luke’s Health Initiative Communications Intern- PAID
SLHI Communications Intern Responsibilities
St. Luke’s Health Initiatives (www.slhi.org), a non-partisan public foundation focused on improving the health of Arizonans, is looking for a talented individual with experience in communications, marketing and/or event planning to serve as an intern. This is a paid opportunity ($12/hour). Hours of work are negotiable. The intern should be based in the Phoenix area.
SLHI has four priority areas of focus:
1.State Health Policy and Advocacy – over the past few years, SLHI’s emphasis has been on helping people get enrolled in health insurance through the CoverAZ Coalition (Coveraz.org), and looking at future healthcare workforce issues. This involves work with state agencies, chambers and broad coalitions of non-profits.
2.Healthy Community Design – Supporting innovations in community development and helping municipalities work on projects related to “health in the built environment.”
3.Helping non-profits get technical assistance and improve their capacity to operate more effectively.
4.Funding innovation grants and promoting broad, health-related coalitions like Alzheimer’s and Diabetes or working with place-based coalitions in Maryvale and South Phoenix.
•Assist with research on best practices throughout the United States and other countries relating to health policy, health workforce, community development, healthy community design, nonprofit capacity building and a variety of other subjects such as community paramedicine and collective impact.
•Assist the CoverAZ Coalition to organize and promote special events aimed at fostering enrollment in the federal health insurance Marketplace and Medicaid.
•Assist in preparing policy primers on health-related and community development topics.
•Work with federal, state and local partners to organize and convene groups to discuss innovations and best practices.
•Promote distribution of our messages through earned and social media.
•Assist with webinars, convenings and presentations related to the policy work.
•Help develop a video “storybank” of individuals who have worked with our programs and benefited from them.
Skills We Are Looking For:
•Concise and clear writing skills
•Ability to research and understand a broad spectrum of public policy issues
•Social media experience
•Ability to speak in groups
For more information contact Suzanne Pfister, President and CEO, at 602-385-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
The odds are in your favor.
Enter this week for the best chance of earning a Media Fellows Scholarship. Historically, the number of applications received during our fall review period is a fraction of the summer submissions.
Undergraduate juniors and seniors pursuing a career in communications, media, marketing or politics are eligible to apply. Over $20,000 in scholarships are to be awarded this fall. Application consists of a 500-word essay and one letter of recommendation from a professor or internship supervisor.
Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Nov.11. Scholarship distributions will be made in December, prior to the start of the spring 2016 academic period.
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PART-TIME JOBS OR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Volunteer Opportunity- NCAA Men’s Final Four Event
What: The NCAA and the Phoenix Local Organizing Committee will unveil the official logo of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Final Four and announced a refurbishment of Harmon Park.
Where: Harmon Park, 1239 S. Fifth Ave, Phoenix.
When: Tuesday, Nov. 10. Students need to be there from 9:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Mic runners (2): Students will carry hand-held microphones to media members who have questions during a press conference that begins at 11 a.m. This job will be over by about 11:30.
Directors (2): Direct media to press check-in area, direct attendees to court after the press conference.
Check-in table (2): Students will greet media and VIPs as they arrive and direct them to the press conference.
Quote grabbers (3): After the press conference, numerous VIPs will be available for 1-on-1 interviews. The quote runners will record interviews and transcribe them.
Lunch help (2): Assist with set-up for lunch.
Campus Editor- LinkedIn
Want to stand out from your peers and get noticed by potential employers? If you’re a student excited about creating, curating and discovering the best content on your campus, apply today!
The Odyssey publishes articles from college students and millennials.The Odyssey works with students all across the country, and we publish writers from schools like NYU, Penn State, UCLA, Harvard, and plenty of smaller colleges.
To get started, just apply here: https://theodysseyonline.com/apply – applications won’t stay open long, so the sooner, the better!
Students are able to write anything they’d like, and, depending on page views, are eligible for payment.
Reporting or Video Production- PAID
We are seeking several undergraduates or graduate students with journalism experience to report on key programs and/or create short video clips for the online edition of a daily publication at the 2016 national conference of AASA, The School Superintendents Association, Feb. 11-13, at the convention center in downtown Phoenix.
Reporters will be assigned to cover speakers and panels on current topics relating to K-12 education. Those interested in digital videography will be asked to create short video interviews with some of the award winners or key presenters.
Students will receive bylines or credit lines on their work. Any student who completes all three days with us will receive a small honorarium ($75) following the conference.
Ideal candidates for the writing positions are student journalists with successful deadline reporting experiences and interest in the subject of public education.
Candidates interested should send a cover letter describing relevant experiences and interests (and including contact information for at least two professional references), a resume and two published writing samples (online or print) by December 1, 2015, to Jay Goldman: email@example.com
For further information: 703/875-0745
The Cronkite PIN Bureau is currently seeking student workers to facilitate engagement projects, reach out to under-represented communities and promote the work of the PIN Bureau. The responsibilities of the job can be adjusted to match the skills and interests of the employee. Duties are technical and complex and involve a high degree of responsibility and judgment. May supervise or direct activities of other student employees. Spanish-language skills are preferred as the student workers will contribute to an innovative collaboration between the PIN Bureau and a leading Spanish-language broadcast network. The project involves reaching out to millennial news consumers through social media, emails and text messages, delivered in both English and Spanish. ]
If you are a self-starter looking for experience with journalistic engagement or a developing startup, this could be a great place for you. Tell us how your skills can help advance the work of the PIN Bureau. Apply by following the directions below.
2. Click: Search On-Campus Jobs
3. Click: Search Openings
4. Search for Requisition ID: 18176BR