The Communication Internship Program is available to a select group of Comm Studies majors or minors.
Here are some frequently asked questions about the Comm Studies Internship Program.
What are the prerequisites for an internship?
What are learning outcomes for an internship?
Apply communication theory and research, learned in the classroom to a professional environment
Analyze organizations and interactions from a communication perspective
Increase your understanding of an organization and the factors influencing
organizational behavior Identification of learninng objectives
that facilitate the acquisition of new knowledge, career growth, skills and the ability to work with others
Completion of a task or work product that contributes significantly to the organization
What are the requirements during your internship?
How do I apply?
For internship information, contact:
Director of Undergraduate Studies
FEDERAL SECTOR INTERNSHIPS
HACU National Internship Program (Paid Internships)
Work in Washington D.C. or other U.S. Cities
Corporate Sector Internships
Whether you are seeking an internship iwth the federal government or in the corporate sector, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) provides you the opportunity to graduate with career experience. Best of al, you gain this experience while living in the nation's capital or cities like Atlanta, Albuquerque, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, St. Louis, New York City, or other locations nationwide.
Interns spend ten or fiftenenn weeks at their assigned internships. To qualify, you must:
For more information on this program, visit "Student Programs" under "programs" at www. hacu.net.
Or download the brochure at
BUCKLE SALES MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
As a Buckle intern, you’ll gain hands-on experience in many facets of our business—from
sales and store merchandising to hiring and store operations. Working closely with an
experienced Store Manager, you’ll develop an understanding of how Buckle’s retail business
works and what it takes to excel.
Organized to mirror the first few months of our year-long Management Development
Program, the Internship Program is set up to allow students the opportunity to further
explore additional sales and management positions upon fulfillment of their internship
• Three- to four-month paid position
• Position may be full-time (35-40 hours/week) or part-time (15-30 hours/week)
• Accommodates most school internship requirements
• Available year round
• Upon successful completion of internship, students may apply for a full-time position
as a Management Trainee
Interns will provide weekly reports to their Area and District Managers, updating them on
their progress in the following areas:
• Gain an understanding of Buckle’s products, sales presentation and merchandising
• Learn and practice Buckle’s mission: To create the most enjoyable shopping experience
possible for our guests
• Put knowledge into action by managing a product category - set sales goals, educate
team members and track your results
• Start developing your contacts and network to aid in your recruiting efforts
• Complete the Teammate Orientation section of Buckle’s Management Manual
• Focus efforts on merchandising and leadership skills
• Continue to put knowledge into action by managing a product category - set sales goals,
educate team members and track your results
• Continue to develop your contacts and actively recruit new teammates
• Complete the Beginning Leadership section of Buckle’s Management Manual
• Learn about the fundamentals of recruiting and interviewing and store operations
• Set sales goals and educate team members about another product category and track
• Actively recruit new teammates
• Complete the Recruiting, Interviewing and Hiring sections of Buckle’s Management
• Conduct self assessment and review with your Store, Area and District Manager
Have questions? Please visit with a Buckle Store Manager or contact Director of Recruiting,
Christie Heacock, at Christie.email@example.com or (800) 626.1255 x2480.
PROJECT VOTE SMART - LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH INTERN
Project Vote Smart, a national non-profit and non-partisan political research and voter education organization, is currently accepting applications for its Spring 2013 and Summer 2013 internship programs located in Austin, Texas. The organization, founded by a politically diverse group of leaders including former presidents Carter and Ford, provides information to the public regarding all aspects of political candidates and elected government officials. By making this information freely available, Project Vote Smart aims to better prepare citizens to defend themselves from the political hype and misrepresentations that are characteristic of modern-day political campaigns.
Interns in our Austin office, located at the University of Texas at Austin’s Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, will work primarily on our legislative research program, covering legislation and key votes from all fifty states and Congress. Daily tasks may include tracking local media sources and reports, compiling legislative voting records, summarizing and translating significant pieces of legislation into language the average voter can understand, and other duties as needed. All interns perform substantive and meaningful work, and will never be asked to answer phones or make coffee.
Interns gain familiarity reading and interpreting actual legislation, and acquire valuable experience for those considering law school or working in any policy-related field. Through their daily work, interns in our legislative research department are exposed to the important issues facing their state and the country, as well as the solutions being proposed by policymakers. We are more than happy to work with students' university departments in order to help them receive academic credit for their internship experience when possible.
• Excellent written communication skills
• Strong desire to learn more about politics, policy, and the legislative process
• Enthusiasm for Project Vote Smart’s mission
• Ability to remain nonpartisan
• Ability to commit to at least 10 hours per week for the entire semester
• Research experience
• Prior knowledge of the legislative process
Applications will be accepted from all students regardless of academic major or educational institution.
Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to ProjectVoteSmart@austin.utexas.edu. If you have any questions, please call our office at (512) 471-9428.
To Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter with "Communications" in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CAFB Nutrition Education Intern supports the CHOICES Nutrition Education Program in their effort to provide nutrition education to the community. This person will gain valuable experience in community nutrition and work with Registered Dietitian and Nutritionists.
Primary Internship Responsibilities:
Accountable To: Nutrition Education Manager/Registered Dietitian
Pay Rate: Unpaid/available for academic credit
Time Commitment: 12-15 hrs/week
Dates Needed: Spring and Summer Semesters 2013
How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter with "Nutrition Education Internship" in the subject line to email@example.com.
The CAFB Community Events Intern will be integral in helping to maintain community partnerships through administrative and project management support.
Primary Internship Responsibilities:
The CAFB Community Events Department is looking to appoint an intern with some knowledge of marketing concepts, an interest in project management, and a desire to work in a fast paced agency environment. The candidate should have the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. A sense of humor and humility are essential. Additionally, the ideal candidate will
Accountable To: Community Events Manager
Pay Rate: Unpaid
Time Commitment: 15 hrs/week
Dates Needed: Spring and Summer Semesters 2013
How to Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter with "Community Events" in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Volunteer Resources Intern will support the Community Relation Team with their FY11-12 goal of strengthening technology and information management in support of volunteer engagement. The CAFB Volunteer Resources Intern will be integral in helping to research and identify options for CAFB transition to a paperless and streamlined volunteer scheduling, check-in and tracking process.
Primary Internship Responsibilities:
Accountable To: Volunteer Resources Manager
Pay Rate: Unpaid
Time Commitment: 20-30 hrs/week
Dates Needed: Spring and Summer Semesters 2013
How to Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter with "Volunteer Resources" in the subject line to email@example.com.
The Communications Intern is responsible for finding and creating the stories of the Food Bank. They will use different mediums and social media to tell the CAFB story and the impact of our work alleviating hunger in Central Texas. They will write and solicit content for our blog, newsletters and other online properties. They will create videos and podcasts, working much as a journalist would, seeking out stories from our various stakeholders including but not limited to clients, volunteers, advocates and partners. They will also preferably be bilingual. The Communications Intern is also responsible for helping the Food Bank achieve its mission by uniquely positioning it as a leader in the community, and must be able to exercise discretion and independent judgment in their work.
Primary Internship Responsibilities:
Accountable To: Communications Manager
Pay Rate: Unpaid/available for academic credit
Time Commitment: 12-15 hrs/week
Dates Needed: Spring and Summer Semesters 2013
How to Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter with "Communications" in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENT PLANNING INTERNSHIP - SWOOP EVENTS
SWOOP Events, a full service event planning company in Austin, is seeking a qualified event planning intern. The ideal candidate will assist in the planning and execution of events, including weddings, rehearsal dinners, private parties and corporate events. Responsibilities will include assisting with proposal creation, vendor interface, timeline creation and any additional coordination functions pertaining to each event. We are looking for someone who can work approximately 15 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship with the potential to become a paid position. Our offices are located just east of downtown Austin..
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Rachel Parr – Rachel@swoopevents.com.
The RK Group, a full service catering and events company headquartered in San Antonio, is seeking a highly qualified marketing intern for the summer. The ideal candidate is eager to learn marketing practices in the hospitality and event industry. This is a hands on internship with a large amount of opportunity to experience marketing practices in the real world for a wide range of companies. Preferably, interested candidates would be studying degrees in Marketing or Communications and would have an advanced knowledge of the practices.
We would like someone who can work around 20 hours per week. This internship is unpaid.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Jessica Young – email@example.com.
Student Media Group (SMG) is a national publishing company that produces the PlanIt Daily Planner in more
40 college and univeristy markets nationwide. We are looking to hire ambitious student leaders that want to work hard and push themselves out of their comfort zone.
As an SMG Student account executive, you will have the opportunity to help local business owners develop marketing campaigns in the 2012-2013 edition of the PlanIt Planner. You'll be working independently and visiting more than 40 local businesses daily to sell adverising space in the local business guide section of the planner. The job is not easy, but we guarantee it's rewarding. You'll be working every day from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. so to apply you must:
• Have your own car (borrowing your friend's car does not work)
• Live in your college town for the summer (or another SMG college market)
• NOT be enrolled in any summer classes (this means ZERO classes)
Get rich...in more ways than one:
-Paid Internship - The harder you work, the more you make. The sky is the limit.
-Real World Experience - Take classroom theories to the street, you'll meet with local
Business owners face-to-face every day.
-BOOST your resume- Make it stand out from the crowd with quantifiable results.
-Make your mark- Compete to be the best sales representative across the nation!
-Student Media Group has H.E.A.R.T. - Our Account executives are the face of the company and your position is important-you'll never be fetching coffee for anyone.
To Apply Visit:
SUMMER JOBS FOR GOOD CAUSES!
Interview on Your Campus!!!
The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We run campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America. This summer we will be in over 50 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns.
Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in each of our locations. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.
As a member of our staff, you will fundraise, build membership for our partner groups, and educate and activate citizens on pressing issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations. While on staff, you gain knowledge of pressing concerns our country is facing, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.
We will be holding information sessions and interviews at Texas State University in the Career Services Center, Dine 1 on Monday, 4/9 and Tuesday, 4/10. Information sessions will be at 10, 2, 4, and 6 pm. We will also have a table in the SA Quad all day on that Monday and Tuesday. Feel free to stop by to learn more about our jobs!
This is a great opportunity to earn on average $4000-$6000 this summer, working for something you believe in!
To find out more or RSVP for an information session, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-800-75-EARTH, or visit:
The Simplifiers are hiring two qualified candidates for the Spring 2012 Apprentice program, offering hands-on experience in the event planning industry in the following areas:
NEW TO THIS SEMESTER!
We are also hiring a third candidate: MARKETING SPECIALIST APPRENTICE (unpaid)
This new position is perfect for those wanting real world experience, focusing 100% on sales & marketing in the special events, weddings and hospitality industries. Working side by side with our Event Planners, this Apprentice will attend sales meetings with prospective clients, do research projects for lead generation, assist with creating proposals, help with creating a marketing strategic plan for the company, assist with our promotional event planning, writing press releases and more.
Application & Resume Submission Instructions:
We accept applications between the following dates for each semester:
Spring Semester - December 1st – December 6th
Summer Semester - April 1st – April 6th
Fall Semester - August 1st – August 6th
To apply, please send cover letter, resume and any portfolio samples of event work to email@example.com with the subject line Apprentice Program. Applications will not be accepted before or after the above dates...No phone calls please.
Perfect for those wanting to break into the event planning industry in Austin, TX. The Simplifiers, founded in 2003, specialize in full service event planning for both individuals and corporate clients, weddings, social events (holiday parties, dinner parties, birthdays & celebrations), fundraisers/galas, celebrity events, themed events and more. We are members of ISES Austin. Each apprentice program begins as follows:
Spring Semester - Third Monday in January
Summer Semester - First Monday in June
Fall Semester - First Monday in September
TANGER IMPACT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The Tanger IMPACT Program is a professional development program that offers college, business school students and recent college graduates day-to-day experience in marketing and operating a retail outlet shopping center. Currently, the Tanger IMPACT recruit’s training is concentrated in the areas of Marketing, Operations and Leasing, with emphasis on training programs that will generate additional income for the specific center location, while providing hands on industry experience for the candidate. Requirements for IMPACT candidates are as follows:
If internship is resulting in additional college credits, candidate will commit to a predetermined work schedule based on the number of hours required to receive college credit.
For more information on Tanger Outlet Centers, call 1-800-4TANGER or visit the company's web site at www.tangeroutlet.com or download the internship description at
(www.theuntz.com), the most comprehensive website for fans of electronic music, is looking for an intern who can
create quality original news content for the site. This position requires a passionate journalist/blogger who can research and write about electronic music events, CD/DVD and digital music releases, and produce feature articles specific to the electronic music industry. We are a passionate entrepreneurial company that has tremendous dedication and a will to succeed. This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, creative, focused, self starter, to gain experience writing, editing and publishing online content. Interns will gain valuable experience working directly with Anand Harsh, our Editor in Chief, a seasoned music journalism professional. Their original content will be broadcast to more than 30,000 unique visitors each month.
Responsibilities will include:
The Untz (About Us):
As fans of electronic music, we were frustrated having to search so many websites to find the information we were looking for. Specifically, we wanted to track our favorite artists, search upcoming local area events, and listen to music samples from a variety of electronic music genres. We wanted to visit one website for all of our electronic music informational needs. The Untz was created to fill this void. The Untz connects the entire electronic music community of fans, artists, labels and promoters. The website is designed to allow artists and promoters to add information and music. We organize all of this information so fans can easily search for, track, and share it. Social media and networking adds a whole other dimension to our connectivity.
24/7 Home Care, LLC is a full service, licensed and bonded health care company. 24/7 Home Care, was founded with the purpose of providing excellent services to homebound patients- especially to dependents of men and women in uniform, retirees,and separated military personnel.
The marketing/ communications intern will be responsible for multiple aspects of marketing home healthcare services including: conducting marketing presentations, & providing administrative assistance. Creating and distributing promotional materials.
24/7 Home Care, LLC
8627 Cinnamon Creek Dr., Bldg. #402, Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78240
Contact: Mandy or Raul
The Winfield Inn Bed and Breakfast is located in Kyle, Texas. We currently host weekend weddings and special events, but are in the process of expanding our property and will soon be hosting weekday corporate and social events as well.
The Winfield Inn is a wonderful location to gain experience in event coordinating, advertising, marketing, and public relations. We are looking for hardworking, organized, creative, and dedicated students who enjoy learning and thinking outside of the box. During your internship you will learn how to direct events, create timelines and estimates, manage the setup and breakdown of events, and network with other Austin area vendors.
The experience you gain at The Winfield Inn will better prepare you for any future employment regardless of what direction you choose. There are opportunities to move up in position after the internship is complete. Most of our current staff started as interns and are now employees of The Inn.
If you are interested, please contact April Obersteller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-268-1420. Please submit a current resume and cover letter with your contact information and hours available for the semester you are requesting.
Endless Beauty Media, LLC is a digital information source designed to provide women with ideas and information on how to leverage great health to achieve greater beauty. The EndlessBeauty.com Internship Program will provide applicable work experience that correlates to particular academic and degree backgrounds in fields such as; Digital Marketing, Social Media, Editorial, Video, and Public Relations all in the online space. Interns will work side by side with professionals, gaining increased responsibility and career-building skills as they progress through the program. Internship program opportunities offered at EndlessBeauty.com are unpaid and will last the duration of a college semester. Please download our job descriptions document that includes all internship information.
Also, please include in the body of the email what experience you have in the health and beauty field (if any), social media or blogs you follow.
Digital Marketing Internship
Digital Marketing Interns will gain experience in building strong customer relationships, uncovering new business opportunities, advertising and promoting new products, and in general practicing the skills needed to grow a loyal customer base in the online community.
Resumes To: Julie Springer at email@example.com.
Social Media Internship
Social Media Interns will gain experience by learning how to collect and share insights and user-experiences while interacting with a wide range of viral, social, and interactive media channels. These will include, but are not limited to, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, various blog sites, and new emerging media. The intern will chronicle experiences through video; edit and post to selected media as appropriate. He/She will monitor social media for trends in health, beauty, and relevant happenings, including pop culture news, off-the-wall stories, or anything else pertaining to EndlessBeauty.com’s message in the online health and beauty space.
Resumes To: Allison Macalik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editorial Interns will gain experience in article research, fact checking, proofreading, writing articles, participating in staff editorial meetings, and interviewing subjects. Highly motivated individuals will be given the opportunity to write articles and blog posts. Interns should be dedicated, hard working, conscientious, and fun-loving, with a career interest in writing and editing. Previous journalism experience—either with local publications or your student newspaper—is beneficial.
Resumes To: Lyssa at email@example.com.
Video Production Intern
Video Production Interns will gain experience in all aspects of production from planning a shoot to editing with Final Cut Pro and After Effects. A strong work ethic, reliability, and a willingness to learn all aspects of production are essential elements of this internship. Applicants should take direction very well. Listening skills and attention to detail are very important. Any knowledge of videography and/or media equipment is a plus. Any base knowledge of Final Cut Pro and After Effects programs is a plus but not required.
Resumes To: Brandi McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Relations Intern
Public Relations Interns will gain experience by supporting the Public Relations Coordinator. The Intern will participate in writing and editing press releases, media outreach, media monitoring, researching, and working with our PR agency out of New York.
Resumes To: Catherine Saunders at email@example.com.
Internship Job Description
Founded in 2006, Hope & Love 4 Kids is a non-profit* based in Kyle, TX. Our mission is helping children in our
community by providing basic necessities, comforting them in their time of need and uplifting them through service and outreach. We’re privileged to serve the children of Hays County and strive to positively impact the community
by providing charitable assistance and education. Our board of directors, staff and volunteers are committed to providing an unwavering support structure to help encourage positive life choices to ensure our kids for success.
Responsible, reliable, exercise good judgment and honor scheduled commitments (meetings, events, etc.)
Self-motivated and able maintain a consistent work schedule
Strong organizational and project management skills
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Excellent computer skills (MS Office, Publisher, Excel) and able to learn new programs quickly (databases, web content management, etc.)
How to Apply
Interested applicants should send a resume to: Mia Hendricks • Hope & Love 4 Kids
341 Fairfield Drive • Kyle, Texas 78640 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Talent Agency/ Management Company Internship
Organization Profile: Calliope Talent, Model, & Artist Management, LLC is a full-service, licensed and bonded talent and modeling agency/talent Management Company, in business since 1993. We represent select actors, models, and musical acts for television, film, commercials, voiceovers, industrial, music videos, new media, promotions, print work, and live appearances. Calliope works closely with producers, casting directors, advertising agencies, photographers, and other leading clientele from coast to coast.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: While becoming immersed in the daily activities of this diverse company, interns will have the opportunity to learn specifics of various areas within the entertainment, media, and show business industries.
Position Requirements: Candidates must be detailed-oriented self-starters, have good organizational, verbal and written skills, must possess a strong work ethic, and the ability to work as a team player in a collaborative, fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
Internship Period: One to Two Semesters
Location: San Antonio
Salary: Unpaid; Academic Credit; Calliope hires from within as needed.
Hours: 12-15 hours per week
Application Deadline: Continuous
Application Process: E-mail resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
Calliope Talent, Model, and Artist Management, LLC
Amanda Rivas; Office and Financial Administrator
1802 NE Loop 410, Ste. 204
San Antonio, TX 78217
Phone: (210) 804-1055
Fax: (210) 804-2008
The proprietary information contained herein is private and confidential. It is privileged, and only intended for the use the institution to which
FRONT STEPS - COMMUNICATIONS INTERN - Opening Fall 2013!
Reports To: Community Relations and Volunteer Coordinator
Hours: Part-Time (15-20 hours per week)
How To Apply: Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter that explains why they are interested in the position and how their background and experience qualifies them to be a Communications Intern at Front Steps.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please send application materials to Dawn Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front Steps, based on the belief that all people deserve the dignity of a safe place to call home, provides a pathway home through shelter, affordable housing, and community education. Front Steps is a private nonprofit organization with a budget over $3,000,000. Front Steps manages the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH), which is a day resource center and overnight shelter. Through shelter and permanent-housing programs, skills development, employment resources, and more, Front Steps helps low-income workers, disabled and homeless individuals, and their families to find lasting and affordable housing.
Front Steps is seeking an English, Communication, Journalism, Marketing, or Public Relations major who is interested in an unpaid internship for the Fall 2010 semester. The intern will be responsible for compiling and editing the Front Steps’ newsletter, writing press releases, and helping with other communication-related projects as assigned. The intern will gain great professional experience for his or her resume while providing valuable service to further the mission of Front Steps.
1. Assist with writing press releases about Front Steps’ activities and accomplishments for various media outlets, including local, state, and national publications.
2. Author articles for the Front Steps’ e-newsletter and client success stories for use in various publications.
3. Assist with refreshing and editing web site content as needed.
4. Assist with writing acknowledgment letters and updating the volunteer/benefactor database.
5. Assist with the implementation of Front Steps’ social media strategy.
6. Assist the Community Relations and Volunteer Coordinator with the volunteer program, such as recruiting, training, and organizing projects.
SAN ANTONIO MAGAZINE (NON-PAID)
The Marketing Intern Program of San Antonio Magazine is designed to give an overview of the operations of a monthly magazine (circulation: ca. 40,000), with an emphasis on marketing and circulation work as well as the business side of running a city magazine. It is a flexible program that can be adapted to a variety of time formats (from a few hours per week to full-time, with flexible hours during the day) depending on the needs of the intern.
The marketing intern program provides work in all areas related to marketing a monthly, paid circulation magazine. One channel of activities provides project management (or case study) exposure. The basic skills learned in this program are applicable to business in general and marketing in particular.
• Assist with development and distribution of San Antonio Magazine publications and outreach materials.
• Make sales phone calls.
• Accept assignments designed to introduce the fundamentals of marketing.
• Possibly assist with various editorials.
• Occasionally stuff envelopes and traffic mailings.
• Assist with general office work.
Requirements and Skills Needed:
• Prefer college juniors or seniors majoring in business, marketing, communications or other related field.
• Auto Insurance (for driving purposes)
• Willingness to help with a variety of programs and tasks.
• Well organized and self-motivated.
• Comfortable in a fast-paced sales environment.
• College Course Credit.
• Training in office management skills, project management, program administration, publications development and writing, media, sales, and editorials.
Please send your resume to Business Marketing Manager, Brian Phillips via email at email@example.com. If you have any additional questions, may also contact him by phone at 210-268-1100.
Why is BCL of Texas a great place to intern?
BCL of Texas is a statewide non-profit community development corporation, which furthers economic development by promoting and assisting in the growth of small businesses in Texas. In addition to providing business with counseling and technical assistance, BCL of Texas originates, underwrites, processes, closes and service business loans to healthy, growing businesses. Its mission is to create long-term jobs through business development and ensure that local communities benefit by an increased sales and property tax base for the long term. BCL also provides community development programs to redevelopment and growth local communities.
If you're looking for an internship and learning experience to provide you with entry level experience then BCL of Texas is the place for you! You will gain experience in business, community and economic development to take you forward in your career path.
For information on open internship positions or to submit your resume and complete an application, please visit our Web site at http://www.bcloftexas.org/opportunities.aspx
Finally! Finding An Internship Just Got Easier with DCinternNet
So here's the rundown with DCinternNet... the "intern opp of the day" is posted on Facebook every day. A daily email is sent with a few of the most exclusive internships DC has to offer, most of which can't be found anywhere online. A slow economy means more opportunities for interns, as businesses must try to do more with less. This means businesses must find qualified entry level people, such as interns, to help cover the workload. Because of this, today’s interns are poised to receive even more and better internship opportunities. Check it out for yourself!
Alliance Abroad Group
Marketing intern wanted for International Teacher Exchange program.
Location: Austin, TX
Unpaid, Flexible Schedule: 8-20 hours/week
Please email resume to Nichole Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERN WITH THE HOUSTON ASTROS
Spring, Summer, and Fall Internships are being offered in the following areas:
• Ballpark Entertainment
• Graphic Design
• Guest Services
• Human Resources
• Market Development - Bilingual
• Media Relations
• Conference Center/Special Events
• Ticket Operations
• Community Affairs
• Foundation Development
• Sponsorship Sales
• Risk Management
Internships are “COLLEGE CREDIT ONLY”! You must be enrolled in an accredited college or university and eligible to receive COLLEGE CREDIT for your participation in this internship program. If you are interested in applying for an internship with the Astros, or any other current opportunity, please visit www.astros.com and click “Job Opportunities” at the bottom the of page to apply online.
The Astros offer a scholarship to eligible students. The Houston Astros Internship Scholarship Program has been established to increase opportunities for undergraduate students of limited financial means to be able to complete full time internships with the club. For more information, visit www.astros.com and click on “Job Opportunities”.
COMMUNICATIONS INTERN -
State Representative Gene Wu
Title: Communications Intern
Offered By: State Representative Gene Wu
Job Description: The Office of State Representative Gene Wu is seeking motivated, enthusiastic individuals looking to get hands-on communications experience in the legislative environment.
Selected candidates will assist staff with communications, legislative, and administrative needs. This includes policy research, bill and press release drafting, constituent communications, in addition to day-to-day responsibilities such as answering phones, greeting visitors, and data entry. Candidates considered will not only have strong written and verbal communication skills, but must also be professional in demeanor.
• Strong research and policy analysis skills.
• Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to work in a team structure and manage competing priorities.
• Demonstrated commitment to the values and policy priorities of the legislative team
Our office will be more than happy to accommodate any credit fulfillment needs. Interns should have flexible schedules and be able to work at least 10 hours per week.
Application Instructions: Please send resume, writing sample, and references to Beth Martin at Beth.Martin@house.state.tx.us. For questions, please call (512) 463-0492.