Opportunities 2.16.17


Pac-12 Network Production Training at ASU- Friday February 24
For the 4th consecutive year, the Pac-12 Networks is offering our exclusive “Pac-12 Networks’ Television Production Student Training Program”. Training will be held at Wells Fargo Arena from 11 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sign up today. There are only two spots left.

Our mission and objective is to inspire and expose our Pac-12 University students to the world of live sports television production with an emphasis on safety, remote production techniques, mobile unit technologies, hands-on operating and educational experience. With our training team and production crews on site closely supervising trainees, the program is designed to help prepare our students to potentially work for the Pac-12 Networks and for a future job in the broadcast business (trainees are not entitled to a job at the conclusion of the training).

It is limited to the first 30 students who apply and if you apply, the Pac-12 Network expects you to attend.

During the training, students will have an opportunity to tour the mobile unit, get hands on with cameras and other equipment, participate in a Q&A session with on-air and production crew members and have a lot of time to network with full-time employees with Pac-12 Networks. We encourage students to come for the entire time.

Apply today!


Drone Journalism Training
Drones can give your audience a unique understanding of the scale and scope of a story. Join Poynter and our partners at one of these intensive hands-on workshops designed to prepare you and your newsroom for telling unique stories with unmanned aerial systems.

In three days, we will show you all you need to know about the basic skills and prepare you to study for the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 drone pilot’s certificate. You’ll also learn about the innovative ways stories can be told (including virtual reality storytelling) as well as explore the ethical issues surrounding drones, including privacy issues.

DJI, a market leader in easy-to-fly drones and aerial photography systems, will supply a fleet of drones for participants to use during the workshop. These include the popular Phantom drones and the new Mavic Pro.

Who Will Benefit:
Journalists working in any media, journalism students and journalism educators. We especially welcome newsroom managers who will make decisions about drone deployment and need to understand the legal implications of drone photography.

Dates and Locations:
June 16-18, University of Wisconsin (Madison, Wisconsin)
Aug. 18-20, University of Oregon (Portland, Oregon)

Choose the program that works best for your schedule. The classes will run from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Registration is first-come, first-served and is limited to 60 people at each location. Newsrooms are welcome to send teams.

Can’t attend a hands-on workshop? We will be offering an online program later this year. Learn more and join our mailing list here.

Cost and Deadlines
Tuition for each three-day workshop is $295. Once accepted, you’ll be sent a welcome letter with a link to pay online via credit card.

A limited number of travel stipends are available to members of AAJA, NABJ, NAHJ, NAJA and NLGJA. Please indicate in your application which organization you are a member of and your need for a stipend.

Successful seminar applicants will receive an email with information on the conference hotel, where you’ll make your own reservation from our block of rooms. We expect room fees for the hotel, to be $125-$150/night if booked by the deadline provided.

Participation at each hands-on workshop will be limited to the first 60 people to register. Workshop details.


Spring 2017 or Summer 2017- Video Production Mayo Clinic- PAID
Responsible for basic administrative, logistical and technical duties to support Producer/Directors in the pre-production and production of live and scripted programs. Will be responsible for creation of simple video programming, such as talking head, demonstrations, and medical/surgical video. These videos will have a high level of quality with low level of complexity. Interacts extensively with Producers/Directors, Executive Producer and other members of the production team, internal program participants including Mayo staff, Physicians and allied health staff as well as external participants such as actors/actresses, narrators and various members of the video production crew. Communicates with support staff throughout the organization and may contact Physicians to confirm or provide reminders of important information.

Responsibilities: The primary purpose of the Undergraduate Internship is to provide an intern with relevant field experiences in their chosen field of study. One or more mentors will be assigned to the intern to provide instruction, guidance and to assess performance. The intern is responsible for observing the functions and processes of the assigned work unit. In addition, the intern may be given selected work assignments to reinforce the learning experience, to assess the performance levels and to provide benefit to the work unit. The intern will be responsible for completing all internship-related assignments and reports for both Mayo and the participating educational facility. The duration and timing of the internship will be arranged with the intern and the sponsoring educational facility.

Qualifications: The incumbent must be actively enrolled in a degree program at a university and have achieved junior or senior status. Typically, this internship would occur after the student has taken most of the courses required by the degree program. Where applicable – the degree program must require an internship as a graduation requirement (or offer as a credit option.

Additional Qualifications: Intern candidates who are studying in the following degree programs are desired: Broadcasting, Film and Video Production. Additionally, preference may be given to candidates who have work experience the video editing platform Adobe Premiere Pro.

Read the entire job description and application instructions.


ESPN/AAJA Sports Task Force internship in Bristol, Connecticut
ESPN and the AAJA Sports Task Force are pleased to offer an internship for sports journalism college students at ESPN (Bristol, CT) that will begin in the summer of 2017. The internship includes pay and housing for qualified candidates. Applications will be submitted to ESPN from the AAJA Sports Task Force. The application deadline is Tuesday, February 21.

ESPN Internship program details:

June 2 – August 11, 2017 in Bristol, CT
This is a paid internship – 10 weeks, 40 hours per week – Pay rates are discussed during the interview process
Housing in a fully furnished apartment/dorm is offered for interns who live more than 50 miles from Bristol, CT
Programming events hosted throughout the summer including: Intern Symposium, Speaker Events with ESPN leaders & networking with Recruiters for full-time positions
The internship awardee may be placed in a Production or Editorial internship:
Production Internship:

ESPN’S Production Department consists of three units: Studio Production, Event Production and International Production. The internship position will be involved in several phases of either department, including technical responsibilities such as operating a teleprompter during live programming and content responsibilities such as editing material for air, producing highlight content for air and preparing element reels for use by Event Production Department producers. The internship position could also be involved in joining specific show or sport staffs.

Editorial Internship:

The ESPN.com Editorial intern will be responsible for editing content, with the primary focus on stories slated for the ESPN.com Page 1 index. Candidates must show proficiency in editing for grammar and AP style and should be prepared to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. In addition to working directly with copy desk editors and editors in other departments daily, the internship will also provide exposure to other divisions of ESPN through job shadowing, offering an excellent opportunity for aspiring journalists to assess the inner workings of the company with an eye on potential career paths.

Must major in journalism with an interest in pursuing a career in sports journalism.
Must be an undergraduate or graduate student within one year of graduation. Target graduation dates are May 2017, December 2017 or May 2018.
General Application Requirements:

Cover letter
Official transcript
Work samples
AAJA membership is not required but is strongly encouraged. Student membership will be required for the selected candidate.

Apply Today.

Questions? Email AAJA Program Coordinator Justin Seiter

Summer 2017- The Chautauqua Daily in New York
We are seeking applications for internships with The Chautauquan Daily this summer. The Daily provides a unique experience for enterprising student reporters, copy editors, photographers and news designers, and those interested in digital and multimedia engagement. These positions are competitive and attract talented candidates from universities throughout the United States. Daily interns are allowed latitude and creativity in performing their roles while simultaneously receiving close supervision and professional guidance — all to enhance their continued growth and development. And as the official newspaper of Chautauqua Institution, a world-renowned center for arts and culture, the Daily reaches a group of informed and critical readers like no other community newspaper in the United States.

Internships with the Daily run June 13 mid-August (might be flexible with end date). Interns receive a full-season Chautauqua Institution gate pass, provided housing on or near the Institution grounds, and a stipend for living expenses.

Interested students should visit the Daily’s website for more details on each of the positions on our staff, and how to apply.


Summer 2017- European Parliament Liaison Office in D.C.
The European Parliament Liaison Office with the US Congress (EPLO) is pleased to announce the launch of its next round of internships aimed at US citizens who have completed their bachelor degree. Up to six interns will be accepted in our Washington DC office from May 1-July 31, with an option to extend the internship for a further two months at our headquarters in Brussels from October 1 to November 30. The internship offers a unique opportunity for students and young professionals with an interest in transatlantic policy. We pay interns a monthly stipend of around $1300, cover travel costs to and from Brussels and also offer accident and sickness insurance.

The deadline to submit applications is March 12, at midnight Eastern Time. We require a CV in Europass format, a personal statement sent by the candidate and two letters of recommendation directly sent by faculty members.

Full details are available on our website.


Summer 2017- Production Operations Internship ESPN Los Angeles-PAID
Working at ESPN is unlike anything else. That’s because we’re always finding new ways to interact with fans – however and wherever they connect with sports. When you have the latest technology, game-changing ideas and world-class talent on your team, every day is extraordinary.

We Are…
ESPN Production Operations comprises Network Control, Content Edit, Studio Operations, Production Control Rooms, Facility Resources and Business Operations. Our work is produced and then converted for different distribution on mobile phones, iPad, Video on Demand, .com and other digital carriers.


A Day in the Life:
Hands-on training on state of the art equipment and work in a live production environment to deliver on-air product to our fans
Roles include but are not limited to: server based non-linear edit, Master Control, media record and play out, studio cameras, video shading and more
Daily shift reporting and participation at periodic staff meetings
Basic Qualifications

What You Bring to the Role:
Experience in Final Cut Pro, Avid or other studio or edit systems
Hands-on experience in any of the studio or edit systems offered as well as campus control room operations and/or previous internship in operations
Basic understanding of all TV Production equipment and technology within assigned operating areas, which may include but not be limited to; VTRs, server based recording/playback devices and related software applications, master control switchers and related equipment, production switchers and/or audio boards
Preferred Qualifications
Strong interest and desire in pursuing a career in an operations role
Communications, television production and/or electronic journalism background
Ability to read and write in Spanish
Preferred Education
Enrolled as a junior, senior or graduate student in an accredited college/university in the semester prior to the internship

Read the full job description.


Summer or Fall 2017- Allstate Insurance PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: JR.+ w/previous internship experience
HOURS: MINIMUM: 16 HRS/WEEK (at least two full days/week)
TYPE: PAID $11/HR (Must register for course credit)

Allstate Insurance Southwest Region Corporate Relations interns will assume varied duties and projects in media relations, executive positioning, employee communications and marketing and sales communication. Duties include, but are not be limited to:
•Writing, editing and proofreading internal and external communication
•Creating and maintaining measurement and database information
•PR campaign execution
•Executive communication and internal event planning
•Video creation and editing
•Social media proficiency – all channels
•Photoshop, PowerPoint, graphic design creation and editing
•Researching selected topics (e.g. media lists, event costs, community relations issues) for proposals and program implementation
•Fulfilling other programmatic and administrative functions as required
•Responding to internal and external requests for information
•Outgoing, with excellent client service and presentation skills

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 15.

Summer or Fall 2017- Arizona Health-e Connection PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR.+
TYPE: PAID ($15/HR; Must register for internship credit)

The Public Relations/Social Media Intern will be responsible for providing marketing and communications support for multiple health information technology (health IT) initiatives of Arizona Health-e Connection (AzHeC), as assigned. This position is based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
•Assists in gathering and assimilating industry related information for monthly e-newsletters to stakeholders.
•Supports staff in the writing and production of e-newsletters, articles, and other related collateral, including assisting with online email marketing and communications tools such as Constant Contact.
•Assists with planning and execution of events, such as presentations, community forums and conferences, including assisting in event coordination as necessary.
•Supports the management and monitoring of several company managed websites.
•Assists in monitoring and reporting on the reach and effectiveness of online and other communications.
•Helps create new content and monitor social media campaigns.
•Performs other related duties as assigned.

To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Prior experience with preparation of written materials, including but not limited to press releases, brochures, newsletters, presentations, etc. strongly preferred.

•Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
•Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, database management and email marketing software preferred
•Experience with website development and maintenance
•Excellent writing and editing skills; ability to adapt writing style for difference audiences
•Ability to plan, organize, manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects efficiently and effectively
Arizona Health-e Connection (Continued)

•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and consistently meet strict deadlines
•Thorough and diligent fact-finder, Internet researcher and proofreader/editor

Company Overview
Arizona Health-e Connection is a non-profit, public-private partnership that drives the adoption of health information technology (HIT) and advances the secure and private sharing of electronic health information exchange (HIE). Through statewide education, coordination and collaboration, AzHeC promotes the innovative use of HIT and HIE to achieve the Triple Aim of better care, better outcomes and lower costs.

AzHeC operates The Network, Arizona’s statewide HIE that enables improvements in care coordination and quality by electronically linking health care organizations through a single connection, filling gaps in patient information across the state. The Network serves as a community data trustee and a network of networks that allows participants to save time and resources and create a more comprehensive patient record, providing the right information at the right time and place. Learn more at www.azhec.org.

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.

Summer or Fall 2017- Banner Health PR internship
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled Juniors+
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for internship credit)

Headquartered in Arizona, Banner Health is one of the largest nonprofit health care systems in the country. The system owns and operates 28 acute-care hospitals, Banner Health Network, Banner – University Medicine, academic and employed physician groups, long-term care centers, outpatient surgery centers and an array of other services; including Banner Urgent Care, family clinics, home care and hospice services, pharmacies and a nursing registry. Banner Health is in six states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming. For more information, visit www.BannerHealth.com.

Banner Health’s Customer Brand Experience team (aka Public Relations and Marketing) is seeking two interns for the 2017 Spring Semester. These roles provide valuable, hands on experience in content marketing and social media. In addition to the projects and responsibilities listed below, the intern(s) will have opportunities to shadow team members in meetings and other projects.

Content Writing & Development
•Fill in gaps in our editorial calendar by searching through existing content and identifying for a reassignment. Refresh this old content for a current post.
•Google Suggest / keyword searching to optimize content
•Assistance with editorial calendar posts and deadlines
•Write new content as assigned
•Partner with BannerHealth.com authors to create new content
•Develop/maintain facility and service line fact sheets

Skills required:
oWriting abilities – following directions on voice, personality and style
oOrganizational abilities

Social Media
•Twitter – For our four primary twitter accounts we need someone gain an understanding of our goals for twitter and provide daily maintenance. This will include audience hygiene with following and unfollowing, retweeting, notifying team members of posts needing response, posting to Twitter in SocialStudio and following trending topics to be posted.
•Pinterest – Help to create more engaged accounts. Finding relevant content to repin from other accounts, follow pinners and boards, pin our own original content.
•Curate external content for Facebook and Twitter.
•Social Listening in SocialStudio for reputation management.

Skills required:
oSocial Media writing abilities – following directions on voice, personality and style
oKnowledge and experience with major social media channels
oOrganizational abilities

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- CBS Radio Promotion and Publicity internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: OPEN (second semester freshman- graduate student)
TYPE: PAID ($10/HR; Must register for internship credit)

Interns will have the opportunity to work promotional events such as concerts, high school invasions, give back games, remotes, van stops and special events that the station is involved in. Interns will be trained and responsible for putting up/breaking down station tents, speakers and lights. Interns will interact with listeners and give away prizes at station events they work. They will have the opportunity to shadow department managers and have office/programming hours as well. Interns will receive school credit along with it being a paid internship for the hours worked. The internship lasts a semester long, so will be completed by early May.

Must complete a CBS Radio online application to be considered for an interview.

Summer 2017 application

Fall 2017 application

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Desert Botanical Garden Marketing/Communications internship
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+ Only w/ previous internship experience
(Ideally, two full work days/week)
TYPE: UNPAID (Must register for internship credit)

Marketing Communications Intern

Responsible for assisting in tasks and duties as directed by the intern’s manager. Provides support for critical Garden projects. Develops technical knowledge and leadership skills for future career marketability.

Essential to this Position

The Marketing Communications Intern will be responsible for assisting the Marketing Communications Team with projects

Areas of Learning/Responsibilities
•Assist with distribution that could evolve into content development and social listening. (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube)
•Assist with content creation with copywriting
•Pitch and press release writing
•Manage and build media lists
•Manage donation request program
•Administrative Duties
•Some video creation projects

•Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, or any other related degree
•Proficient in MS Office applications (Excel, Word, and Outlook)
•Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize requests and meet deadlines
•Excellent communication skills and business professionalism
•Team player and interest in working with people on a regular basis

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Knight Agency PR internship
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+
TYPE: UNPAID (Must receive course credit)

The Knight Agency is a personalized boutique public relations firm accepting resumés for a part-time summer and fall 2017 internship in our Scottsdale, Arizona office. The aspiring PR and communication expert will be responsible for assisting our mid-to-senior level team members with a range of multiple accounts in the culinary/restaurant, hotel/travel, entertainment/nightlife, wellness/fitness, commercial and residential real estate, legal, finance/banking and lifestyle industries. The mentorship program is a hands-on experience in all sectors of public relations, from media relations, social media to event planning. Clients include Pedal Haus Brewery, Maggiore Culinary Concepts (The Hash Kitchen, Tomaso’s), Social Tap Eatery, The Keating Hotel, The Lafayette Hotel, Swim Club & Bungalows, Arabella Hotel Sedona and more.

• Media list building and research
• Develop and pitch newsworthy and trend story ideas to reporters, editors, producers and bloggers
• Press release and media alert development
• Press clipping
• PR reporting
• Event coordination
• Event marketing
• Social media management
• Account and office management

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Valley Metro PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR.+ w/previous internship experience (must receive course credit)
HOURS: MINIMUM 15 HRS/WEEK; Must have reliable transportation

The Valley Metro Communications Internship is designed to provide an introduction into the communication and marketing field at a public transportation agency. The position will primarily assist with capturing image-building moments on camera and post on social media or the agency’s YouTube channel. In addition, she or he may perform entry-level professional communication and marketing duties. Typical duties include but are not limited to: assisting with development of press releases, public relations campaign support, posting communication on social media channels, assisting with agency events and community outreach, video production including staff and rider interviews, and other duties as assigned. This internship will be part-time temporary (commitment to work up to 21 hours per week during the school year as schedules are flexible to accommodate full-time course load). May include some evening and weekend hours.

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Donor Network of AZ PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: OPEN (Second semester freshman to graduate student)
TYPE: PAID $12/HR (Must register for course credit)

The focus of the internship is to promote and educate the media and general public about organ, eye and tissue donation and the DonateLifeAZ Registry. This position will provide the intern with valuable, real-world experience. The intern will be considered an integral part of the Public Education Department, and as such, their ideas and input will be valued. The intern will work 15-20 hours per week during the current semester and he or she will be compensated $10.00 and reimbursed for work related mileage. The hours may be worked in any combination at the discretion of the supervisor and intern.

1. Assist with marketing the DonateLifeAZ Registry and Donor Network of Arizona’s Public Education programs to college campuses as well as the general public.
2. Assist with PR and event planning.
3. Assist with the writing of press releases and other materials delivered to media, as well as distribution of such items.
4. Work with Hispanic media if bilingual. Speaking Spanish not required, but a plus.
5. Assist with developing social media and marketing plans to promote upcoming events.
6. Assist in coordinating registry drives with local community groups and companies to increase the number of registered organ and tissue donors.
7.Work with media on college campuses and throughout Arizona to promote the DonateLifeAZ Registry in order to increase the number of registered donors.
8.Write for the company newsletters: The Connection, The MVD Connection and The Emergency Professional Connection.
9.Assist with working on DonateLifeAZ’s social media sites, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter.
10. Log newspaper, TV, radio and social media coverage and file clippings.
11. Assist with event set-up and breakdown as needed.
12. Perform other duties and participate in special projects as assigned.
13. Demonstrates DNA Values: Passionate, Positive and Eager.

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Duet: Partners in Aging PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR. +
TYPE: STIPEND ($1200) (Must receive course credit)

Summer Intern (Seeking 1 Social Media)
Fall Interns (Seeking 1 Social Media and 1 Marketing/Communications)

Social Media Description -The Social Media Intern will work closely with the Communications Director and Executive Director to implement specific communications strategies. Responsibilities may include the following:

•Plan and execute social media strategy through research, messaging and audience identification (current platforms are Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In).
•Create editorial calendar
•Generate, edit, publish and share daily content (original text, images, video) that builds meaningful connections and encourages community to take action
•Optimize organization pages within each platform to increase the visibility of the organization’s social content
•Create social ad campaigns
•Capture and analyze the appropriate social data/metrics, insights and best practices for reporting and action

Marketing/Communications Description – The Marketing/Communications Intern will work closely with the Communications Director and Executive Director to implement specific communications strategies. Responsibilities may include the following:

•Assist with writing of articles for Duet print newsletter.
•Assist in planning, writing and managing monthly eNewsletter and targeted e-blasts using e-mail marketing.
•Maintain fresh content and photos for Duet’s website. Utilize search engine optimization and maintain brand identity standards.
•Create, layout, design, and update marketing materials and collateral for the agency, fundraising events, and services (InDesign experience helpful) inspiring the community to volunteer, donate, and ask for help.
•Evaluate effectiveness of current communications marketing tools (e-news, print newsletter, collateral, etc.)
•Collaborate with staff on new ideas, directions, and venues for marketing and communications.

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- EmpowHER Social Media internship
CLASS STANDING: OPEN (second semester freshman- graduate student)
TYPE: Unpaid (Must receive course credit)

Social Media Internship

EmpowHER.com, an award-winning women’s health website based out of Scottsdale, is looking for a social media intern. As social media intern, you will will have the opportunity to produce and manage the high quality images on EmpowHER. We are offering an exciting internship opportunity for students studying or hoping to gain experience working with a women’s health and wellness website.

EmpowHER’s interns must have excellent personal management skills; organizational skills; ability to think creatively; and strong photo editing capabilities. Ideal candidates will have a strong academic record, social media skills and an interest in health and wellness.

Responsibilities (12-15 hours per week):
• Find and edit photos for EmpowHER’s content and social platforms
• Work with editors and design team to create socially shareable photos for EmpowHER content
• Help manage EmpowHER’s social media platforms
• Help drive engagement on EmpowHER’s social accounts
• Participate in weekly Twitter #HERchats

• Must have basic photo editing skills
• Must have active social media accounts
• A passion for helping others
• A passion for social media and engagement

Ideal Candidate will possess:
• High activity and knowledge of social media platforms
• An interest in photography, social photo editing (Instagram, Pinterest)
• Ability to enhance photos with text overlays, filters and other design tools
• Passion for health and wellness topics
• Previous experience with online publications, internships or photography

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Higley School District PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: Currently enrolled JR+
TYPE: PAID ($10/HR) (Must receive course credit)

Higley Unified School District public relations intern(s) will assume varied duties and projects in community relations, social media, employee communications and marketing communication.

Duties include, but are not be limited to: • Writing, editing and proofreading internal and external communication • Story writing for website posting • Creating and maintaining measurement and database information • Social media proficiency – all channels • PowerPoint • Researching selected topics (e.g. media lists, event costs, community relations issues) for proposals and program implementation • Program and event planning and implementation assistance (possible Saturday and/or evening assignment 1-3 times a semester) • Fulfilling other programmatic and administrative functions as required • Responding to internal and external requests for information • Dedication to student and employee privacy required • Must be able to pass district background check • Outgoing, with excellent customer service and presentation skills

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- Visit Mesa PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: Currently Enrolled JR+ (must receive course credit)
TYPE: PAID ($10/hour)

o Drafting content on Mesa City Limitless visitor experiences that will be utilized in press releases, media pitches, newsletters, Visitor Guide, Website, Social Media, brochures, etc. Content must be original but content sharing from official Visit Mesa partner websites is allowed.
o AP style, press release writing style preferred.
o Writing blog posts and consumer-driven content for E-newsletters (quarterly/monthly depending on department)
o Support social media efforts on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, Facebook, Vine, etc.
o Monitoring Google Alerts for media stories on Mesa visitor product
o Media list building (Vocus Media Database)
o Editorial Calendar Research (Vocus)
o Crafting pitches for media leads (HARO leads, USTA leads, DMAI leads, AOT leads, CVB leads)
o CRM Media Contact Management / Data Entry
o CRM Article Report Entry – deadlines monthly
o CRM Publication Contact Management
o Printing press releases and preparing media materials/Journalist welcome bags/loading USBs for in-bound media.
o Visitors Center support as needed.

The Communications Intern is expected to adhere to all Visit Mesa rules of employment as described in the employee manual. All duties are subject to change.

Qualifications: Students working toward a Bachelor’s degree in public relations, tourism, marketing, journalism or related profession is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint required; Knowledge of Adobe applications and Microsoft Publisher preferred. Strong writing and editing skills and basic knowledge of database entry preferred.

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Summer or Fall 2017- R & R Partners PR internship- PAID
CLASS STANDING: JR+; Previous Internship experience required
HOURS: MINIMUM 24 HRS/WEEK (3 full days MWF)
TYPE: PAID ($10/HR; must receive course credit)

As an intern you will become a member of Public Relations, Social Media and Account Service teams, while learning the basics of how a full-service marketing agency operates. The internship program will allow you to learn and acquire the skills needed to become a great practitioner.

Through the course of the internship, you will:
•Attend weekly PR team meetings to discuss ongoing projects and responsibilities
•Interact with all agency departments
•Have daily meetings with the Director of PR to discuss duties and responsibilities and priorities
•Work closely with an PR Director, Account Executives and Assistant Account Executive on projects for the agency’s clients
•Take ownership of one or more individual special project(s)
•Report to PR team daily and weekly on the progress of your projects
•Meet various benchmarks established for you by the Public Relations team such as attending live shots, writing news releases, pitching media, measuring success etc.

Public Relations Duties
•Writing media materials (news releases, media advisories, e-pitches)
•Targeted pitching (develop media lists, write pitches, pitch media, make follow-up calls)
•Measurement/evaluation (help with monthly and quarterly client measurement reports)
•Support client events
•Perform research for new business prospects
•Help to plan client events and schedule interviews as appropriate

Account Services Duties
•Assist with event coordination
•Place media avails
•Help creative team stay on task
•Work with vendors
•Attend client meetings

Social Media Duties
•Draft content calendars
•Research and collect digital assets
•Engage in community management

•Maintain attendance 24 hours a week – 8 hours per day Monday, Wednesday and Friday preferred, but not required (8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
•Assist PR Team with daily client activities and assigned projects
•Attend internal and client meetings, as appropriate
•Ask many questions and provide appropriate feedback
•Maintain professional image and dress consistent with R&R guidelines
•Answer phones and perform receptionist duties as required

Recruiter will be on campus on Friday February 24 to conduct interviews between 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. If you meet the qualifications and would like to interview with the company, send a resume and a paragraph of your career goals to cronkitecareerservices@asu.edu by February 18.


Mexico Institute Internship
The Mexico Institute seeks spring, summer, and fall interns. Applications are being accepted for the Summer 2017 internships.

There are three different intern positions; applicant should specify for which position they are applying.

1. Outreach and Communications Intern
The Mexico Institute is looking for an intern to aid in the implementation of the Mexico Institute’s communications strategy. These internships are designed to provide the individuals selected with the opportunity for practical experience in an environment that successfully mixes academic study with public policy. Interns will gain valuable experience in a variety of projects such as conference organization, preparation of publications, creation of infographics, social media management and traditional media outreach. The Intern will be responsible for updating the Mexico Institute blog, preparing daily news clippings and aiding with other office activities.

2. Graduate Research Intern
The Mexico Institute is looking for a graduate intern with strong quantitative and qualitative research skills. This internship is designed to provide the individuals selected with the opportunity for practical experience in an environment that successfully mixes academic study with public policy. Interns will gain valuable experience in a variety of projects such as public policy research and analysis; conference organization; editing and publishing reports, and other support of Center activities.

3. Virtual Graphic Design Intern
The Mexico Institute is looking for a virtual intern to aid in the graphic design of Mexico Institute projects. This internship is designed to provide the individual selected with the opportunity for practical graphic design experience for a public policy institution. Responsibilities include but are not limited to creation of info-graphics, data visualization, publication design, and work virtually with Mexico Institute staff on various design projects. Internship is 10-15 hours per week and is done entirely remotely and through a computer. The intern does not report to a physical work location at the Wilson Center; instead, the intern works on projects from their home, academic institution, or other location determined by the intern.

Read the full job descriptions and application instructions.


Summer 2017- Buzzfeed
Please review all of the summer internship opportunities at Buzzfeed in New York and Los Angeles. There are video, PR, editorial, photo, data, investigations internships listed.


Summer 2017- NBC Affiliate in St. Louis Has News Internship
Do you consume news 24/7? Want to learn what it takes to produce daily content? Interested in shaping the future of the media industry? Apply for our Summer 2017 Intern Program!

TEGNA is a large, public media company with a portfolio that includes 46+ TV stations. We’re committed to developing the next generation of media industry leaders. Our paid internship program gives students an opportunity to explore career paths across TEGNA. Participants will gain valuable real-world experience alongside some of the most senior and celebrated journalists in the country and have the chance to build a network that will be invaluable throughout their careers. Come join us in the adventure! At KSDK in St. Louis, you will contribute to our standard of news reporting, storytelling and investigative excellence while boldly advancing the 5 OYS brand across multiple platforms.

Produce engaging content for all platforms
Use social media and other tools to understand audience’s needs
Demonstrate a desire to learn as much as possible about a career in media
Assist as needed in the newsroom

Degree-seeking student currently enrolled at a college or university; preference is for juniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher who will be rising seniors during their internship summer
Passion for storytelling
Strong writing and social media skills
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

Please read full job description and application instructions.



BMI Foundation Scholarship- $5,000
Established in 2015, the BMI Founders Award is an annual scholarship competition open to radio broadcasting students nationwide. The award commemorates the group of radio industry leaders who founded Broadcast Music, Inc. in 1939 with an unprecedented and enduring mission: to provide a competitive source for music licensing and an open-door policy to songwriters, composers, and publishers of all genres of music. A $5,000 scholarship is awarded for the best original essay response submitted to the competition and recognizes a student with the potential to become an innovator in the rapidly changing field of broadcast radio. Deadline is April 1.

$2500 Scholarship- Freedom of Speech PSA Contest
What does freedom of speech mean to you? The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) wants to hear and see what you have to say. You just might win a $2,500 scholarship! Learn more about the scholarship.

Entry window: April 1-30, 2017.


Summer 2017-CBS News Intern Fellowship program
This fellowship at CBS News is part of CBS News diversity internship program. Deadline is February 21. Hard copies of the application are located in Cronkite 222 in the holders across from the front desk.

-Junior or Senior status
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Knowledge of current events and computer skill
-3.0 GPA

Must submit the following by February 21:
-CBS News Internship Application
-Official transcript
-Essay about why you should be selected as a CBS News Fellow
-3 newsworthy story pitches
-2 recommendation letters
-Letter from you university verifying that the applicant is a student working toward a degree at the accredited college and supports your participation.

Submit all materials to:
Dorothy Bland
Dean and Graduate Institute Director
Mayborn School of Journalism and Graduate Institute of Journalism
1155 Union Circle #311460
Denton, Texas 76203-5017


Summer 2017-Cronkite-Zocalo Fellowship in Santa Monica- Paid
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 fellowship will be offered in the summer 2017 semester with students working out of the new Cronkite School bureau in Santa Monica. 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 summer 2017, send a resume and a statement of interest to: Cronkite Director of Career Services Mike Wong at mike.wong@asu.edu. by March 3.

Larry Whiteside Scholarship- Sports
Amount of the Award: $5,000

* Winner will receive a free trip to the 2017 NABJ Convention & Career Fair in New Orleans, LA. Registration, lodging, a round-trip flight and a meals stipend will be provided. He/She will be acknowledged during the Sports Task Force events and required to write a post-convention account of the experience.*

Student Type: Undergraduate or Graduate

Larry Whiteside, a pioneer in the field of sports journalism, was the first African-American beat sports writer for The Boston Globe. His achievements earned him many prestigious honors including induction into NABJ’s 2009 Hall of Fame (posthumous); NABJ’s 1999 Lifetime Achievement Award; induction into the 2008 National Baseball Hall of Fame (posthumous); and the 2008 J. G. Taylor Spink Award posthumously given by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Mr. Whiteside passed away in 2007 due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. NABJ’s Sports Task Force established this scholarship in Mr. Whiteside’s honor to provide financial assistance to journalism students interested in sport journalism.

Specific Application Requirements:
Must major in journalism with an interest in pursuing a career in sports journalism
Must be an undergraduate or graduate student with at least one year left in school.
G.P.A. requirement: 2.5 or higher in journalism major and at least a 2.0 cumulative

Essay topic: “Write a profile essay on a sports journalist (alive or deceased) you admire and explain why this person has inspired you to pursue a career in sports journalism.” (1,000 – 2,000 words)

General Application Requirements:
Cover Letter
Official College Transcript
Five (5) Work Samples
Three (3) References

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
AAJA has several scholarships available. The awards range from $500-$5000. Deadline to apply is February 17, 2017.

National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)
NAHJ has several scholarships available. The awards range from $2000-$5000. Deadline to apply is February 24, 2017.

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
NABJ has several scholarships available. The awards range from $1500-$5000. Deadline to apply is March 1, 2017.


Valley of Sun SPJ Scholarship
The Valley of the Sun Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) offers a $500 scholarship for the fall term beginning August 2017. The scholarship is open to all community college and university students in Arizona, studying journalism, mass communicaitons or a related field.

Applicants must provide a cover letter (no more than two pages), detailing the student’s current school
enrollment, area of interest in the field (broadcast, print, online, etc.), what career path he/she would
like to pursue after graduation, and what personal goals he/she would like to achieve as a professional

In addition, all applicants should submit an essay, between 300 and 500 words, discussing the following topic:

The SPJ Code of Ethics touches on several specific areas, including the gathering and reporting of news, as well as ethical behavior when dealing with sources. In an era where the rise of “fake news” is eroding the public’s confidence in the media, it is more important than ever for legitimate journalists to be mindful of SPJ’s Code of Ethics, specifically, that they should “Take responsibility for the accuracy of their work. Verify information before releasing it. Remember that neither speed nor format excuses inaccuracy.”

Bearing this in mind, what do you think is a journalist’s greatest responsibility in combating the prevalence of “fake news” and helping to restore the public’s trust in the American media?

Deadline for submission: Must be received by Friday, March 31.

Mail To: Teri Carnicelli
North Central News/SPJ
4620 N. 16th St., Ste. D-107
Phoenix, AZ 85016


Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA)
RTDNA has several scholarships available. Awards range from $1000 to $10,000. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2017



Sports Videographer
Big League Advance (BLA) is a seeking a responsible and detailed-oriented individual to take video of baseball players around Arizona. We will use this video to analyze the pitching mechanics of pitchers. It is important that this person has time between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. available during the weekday or weekend. This individual must have access to a car to travel to the different spring training sites. Any travel expenses incurred while working with BLA will be reimbursed.

Mike Bryan
Chief Financial Officer
Big League Advance
Email: mbryan@bigleagueadvance.com
Cell: (301) 910-7080


Office Production Assistant- Central Sound
Central Sound, a part of Arizona PBS is embarking on several new initiatives this next year and invites you to be a member of our team. We are currently seeking a Student Worker 4 – Production Assistant for our production studio team.

Essential Duties
Word and Spreadsheet processing;
Managing Google Drive and Documents;
Management of Media Assets;
Basic Audio tasks including CD burning, MP3 Conversion and basic audio editing;
Website and social media content organization;
Appointment scheduling;
Data entry;
Answering phones;
Greeting guests;
Filing, maintenance and organization of accurate records;
Running (campus) errands;
Driving an ASU vehicle;
Assisting with special projects as needed.

Go to student employment and search for Job #30039BR


Student Videographer- Central Sound
Central Sound at Arizona PBS is seeking a (student) Videographer / Recording Assistant to assist with production of on-location and studio recording of interviews, classical, jazz or similar genres of acoustic music performances throughout Arizona.

Central Sound is dedicated to capturing classical and acoustic music performances of the highest caliber for broadcast on KBAQ-FM and beyond. In collaboration with Arizona PBS, the studios provide an array of audio and new media-related services. As a premier provider of audio and media services, we are committed to serving as a central hub for notable musical events in the community, bringing concerts of internationally acclaimed artists, performances by leading ASU faculty and the next generation of young musicians to thousands of listeners.

Schedule: up to 10 hours per week, to include some evenings and weekends. Driving to and from recording locations is required, therefore a valid AZ driver’s license is also required.

See full job description by going to student employment and search for Job #29826BR


NASCAR Pit Notes Group- Volunteer
On March 17-19, Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) will be conducting its first major race weekend of the year. I am again looking for some aspiring journalists who are interested in experiencing sports reporting at the highest level to work as volunteer pit note reporters. Now in our 11th year, the Pit Notes Reporter program has proven to be exceptionally successful for all involved.

As the fourth major race weekend of the NASCAR season, the races at Phoenix play crucial roles in the developing story lines that begin this week at Daytona. It is the job of my Pit Notes team to bring those story lines to the attention of the media.

Please note that Pit Note Reporters are volunteer positions. The track will, however, provide food and beverages.

I am the editor of the Pit Notes at PIR. The Pit Potes are the basic bits of information used to keep the media informed of news events at the track during a race weekend. It is my job to decide what is important and what is not and then to put a brief record of the newsworthy item into the notes. They generally run 50 to 70 pages for an entire three-day race weekend.

I obtain a significant portion of the information used in the Pit Notes by communicating by radio with various volunteer Pit Notes Reporters (usually 7) and directing them where to go, who to find, and what to ask. The key is taking complete and accurate quotes (as you will see, these quotes are regarded as “gospel” by the media; they will be copied EXACTLY in newspapers and magazines) and doing so quickly. At the end of each race, Pit Note Reporters will be assigned to either get quotes from several drivers or to attend the post-race news conference and get the quotes from other drivers about what happened on the track.

Afterwards, Pit Note Reporters return to the Media Center and type the quotes (as quickly as possible) into a computer so that I can edit them and we can distribute them to the reporters. Because Phoenix is not in the Eastern time zone, it is important to get the information to the media as quickly as we can so that the stories that appear in the next morning’s newspapers on the East coast are as complete and accurate as possible.

The track will provide my staff with credentials providing full-access to the pits, garage area and media facilities. There is no assigned seat for this volunteer job and participants must act professionally at all times (e.g., requests for autographs, asking celebrities to pose for selfie photographs, etc., are strictly forbidden).

Working as a Pit Notes Reporter is an opportunity that enables aspiring sports writers to see the sport from an unique perspective; I can add that almost everyone who has volunteered to do this work at the various tracks I have established this program has certainly enjoyed the experience (though it does tend be a physically draining endeavor).

Past knowledge of NASCAR or any form of auto racing would be helpful, but it is NOT necessary. I will train people what to look for and what to ask.

Those who volunteer for the March 17-19 weekend will be able to take home a copy of the weekend’s notes to add to their clipping portfolio.

Because of some outside conflicts, I have a limited number of openings on my team. Some of my team will graduate in May, so additional openings will be available. Applicants who apply now and are approved will have priority over those who may apply next Fall.

The March 17-19 race weekend will feature two races in three days, so events will be busy but not exceptionally intense. Friday and Saturday will be the most difficult days – they are the longest (in terms of most on-track action) and feature the most diverse activity (featuring practice and qualifying sessions for multiple classes). We will have a staff meeting each day to discuss expectations for the current day and to discuss problems encountered the previous day and possible ways to overcome them.

I need a full commitment for all three days of action from anyone who wants to be a pit reporter. It is up to each individual student to make his or her own arrangements to make up any class work that would be missed by attending Friday activities at the track.

A typical day at the track begins BEFORE the first on-track activity occurs (approximately 9 a.m.) and ends about two hours AFTER the checkered flag falls; the notes produced after the end of the race are probably the most important. We generally conclude our duties two-and-a-half hours after the drop of the checkered flag. The track supplies food (at least lunch, sometimes breakfast and dinner) and beverages. Nobody is asked to work constantly during the practice sessions, but during the time trials and races, the pit note staff is quite active. Attached is the preliminary schedule for the race weekend.

If any journalism students are curious about this opportunity or if you have specific questions, I can be contacted by return eMail or I can be called at 253-220-2566 (despite the area code, I am based in New York so if anyone wishes to call, they should be aware that I am in the Eastern time zone. No calls after 8 p.m. Arizona time, please).

Those who wish to apply for this opportunity must supply the following material and use the greeting, “Dear Mr. Chuhran:”

1.) A brief statement (6 sentences or less) about why you want to join my Pit Notes reporters and why you would be an asset to my team; the statement in your original eMail pretty much covers what I want, so just review what you sent me and include a variation of it with your other material,

2.) a collection of 3 or 4 writing samples or clippings that demonstrate your writing ability (these do not have to be about NASCAR or sports – I just want to see how well you write), and

3.) a list of 3 to 6 references (names, eMail addresses and phone numbers) who can speak of your character and/or your work habits (past supervisors at part-time jobs are fine).

Being a Freshman is NOT a liability in applying for this position. In fact, I will ONLY consider Freshmen and Sophomores. I want the training and experience that you get to be available to me for future events, so Seniors and current Juniors provide only a short-term assistance. Being a Freshman actually could be advantageous to me since I could theoretically have your assistance for 10 major race weekends over the course of your undergraduate years at ASU.

I look forward to reviewing your materials. After that review, I will be in touch; please also include a phone number where you can be reached.

Please send these materials to me at pitnotes1@gmail.com.


I certainly would be available to act as a reference for any student who successfully serves as a Pit Notes Reporter and I would gladly help those students with a job description that could be used as part of a resume.

Contact: John Chuhran
PIR Pit Notes Editor


Sports Photographer- Volunteer
Skills and knowledge that will be gained: Photography, Photoshop, Editing, Networking
Compensation: Unpaid (media pass to access games and practices)

Description: This is an opportunity to gain experience in sports photography. Selected applicants will be responsible for following and attending games/practices at the Cleveland Indians training complex in Goodyear, AZ.

The primary responsibility for applicants will be to attend games/practices to provide photos for the site. You will be given a media pass to access the facility. There is no cost to attend these games/practices. This is a great opportunity to develop contacts within the sports media world and shoot pictures of professional sports teams/players, and most importantly give exposure to your work to thousands of readers that few sports sites can offer.

Desired Start Date: February 17.

Tony Lastoria
Publishing Manager – Scout.com
Owner, Editor-in-Chief – Indians Baseball Insider, LLC

Frontdoors Media- Volunteer Writer
Frontdoors Media focuses on community giving and covers nonprofits and philanthropy in the Valley of the Sun as well as culture and the arts. It’s an online Phoenix-based magazine that has been in existence for 15 years and is produced monthly but produces daily stories for the website and social media channels.

We need a writer who can write stories (200-500 words) about nonprofit events, profiles on people who work in nonprofits, charitable giving data, and the arts. We would also welcome a reporter who can generate stories on their own. Many assignments would require phone or in-person interviews. Social media will be a part of this job. Looking for someone who can work two or three days a week, either on site at 5070 N. 40th St. Suite 210 in Phoenix or correspond by phone/email with occasional in-office hours.

Assignment example: Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser preview. Write a preview of the event (we will have the press release with details) and interview either the head of the nonprofit or a guest speaker, write the story and request a photo. We post on our site as soon as possible and on the social media channels.

For information contact Mike Saucier, Editor


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