Interns wanted

CMM 490 & ART 490 internships may be paid or for course credit or both - a student SHOULD NOT undertake an internship for neither.

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Other websites of interest:

  • American Advertising Federation's annual Stickell Internship Program
    SHC Student Alyse Granier won a Stickell Internship in 2009 and spent the summer at Saachi & Saachi in New York. She now owns a full-service agency in downtown Orlando - Emereo Creative.

  • Association for Women in Sports Media
    This organization seeks to increase the number of female professionals in sports media and places interns in major markets. 
    ANNUALLY ACCEPTS APPLICATIONS IN OCTOBER FOR THE FOLLOWING SUMMER’S INTERNSHIPS/SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Association of Catholic Colleges & Universities 
    Annually offer summer internships: one in Catholic Publishing and one in the ACCU Communication office. Most internships will be paid and college credit is also available. Deadline for applications is Nov. 1 for the next summer. CONTACT: Paula Moore pmoore@accunet.org 

  • Chronicle of Higher Education internships



  • Chegg's internship listing and search tool
    Apply due diligence."Our internship search is absolutely free for the students and prospective interns. They can find their perfect internship match based on compensation, location, majors, etc. We work directly with companies to post internships. We verify the company is who they say they are and screen the listings themselves to ensure that they are of high quality. We are also very proactive about removing listings that don't appear legitimate." (Heather Campbell, April 7, 2015)

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[The list below will be removed from this page at the close of the Fall 2015 semester]

Alabama State Port Authority

seeks a communications intern to assist with their magazine, events and other public relations activities. CONTACT:Sheri Reid, Public Affairs ManagerAlabama State Port Authority  SReid@asdd.com or 251-441-7001 |http://www.asdd.com/ (March 2015)

Altapointe Health Systems Office of Public Relations.

The intern will manage AltaPointe’s community relations calendar and will research, coordinate and participate in community events on behalf of the company. This person also will track collateral- and specialty-item materials inventory and maintain event results and inventory databases. In addition, the intern will support other public relations functions, including writing articles and taking photographs for AltaPointe’s website and company newsletter. The intern must be proficient using Microsoft Word and Excel and should have some experience using desktop publishing software (e.g., InDesign). AltaPointe oversees a community-based, regional system of mental health, substance abuse and intellectual disability services in Mobile and Washington counties. It is Alabama’s largest regional community behavioral health provider with more than 700 clinical and non-clinical staff members who serve more than 15,000 children, adolescents and adults annually. CONTACT: Carol Mann, APR, director of public relations, at cmann@altapointe.org. (8/2010) 

Bay Area Food Bank, Marketing/Communciations Intern [Theodore, Ala.]

Internship is for college credit ONLY. Intern will be working in a fast-paced, team environment.  Excellent writing and communication skills required.  DUTIES: Website maintenance and updates; Filming and photographing events; Assist with creation of videos; Assist with maintaining active voice in social media forums and collecting insights; Assist with coordinating special events, food drives, campaigns and fundraisers; Writing and editing press releases; Assist in editing and creating promotional materials including: invitations, programs, brochures and special event signage; Assist with preparing email marketing campaigns; Assist with thank you letters to donors; Assist with data entry. CONTACT: Mary Candace Vegliacich at ssnyder@bayareafoodbank.org (March 2015)

Bellingrath Gardens - Special Events/PR Intern [Theodore, Ala.]

PAID position. Assists the Development and Marketing/Public Relations departments in planning and coordinating events, public relations and marketing opportunities for Fall and Holiday seasons. DUTIES:  Assist Development staff plan beginning in June and Holiday Special Events,  Assist Marketing/PR staff plan Fall and Holiday Promotional campaigns,  Assist Development staff to implement Summer Special Events. QUALIFICATIONS: Position requires a student enrolled in college/university level communications or marketing program.  Strong writing skills and attention to detail required. Candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Office, demonstrate good interpersonal skills and present a professional business office appearance.  This six to eight week internship is a paid position beginning in July.   For more information or to submit your resume, please contact:  Jessica Barrick at wejmb@aol.com  (March 2015) 

Clear Channel Media + Entertainment 

Clear Channel’s internship program offers opportunities in the areas of Programming, Production, Marketing, Sales, Business, and more for the following local market stations: WKSJ, WNSP, WRKH and WPMI-AM.  The internship offers meaningful educational and work experiences designed to meet the academic and career goals of the intern.  Our management will teach and encourage, but it’s up to the student to bring an enthusiasm to learn.  Because internships at Clear Channel are learning experiences, they are unpaid.  REQUIREMENTS: Minimum age: 16; student must be enrolled in an accredited school, college or university; student must provide a letter from the school stating that the student will be granted credit for the internship. CONTACT: Jennifer Holt JenniferHolt@clearchannel.com (April 2013) 

Crescent Theater

Under the supervision of the assistant manager of this downtown Mobile theater, the intern will promote the Crescent online - website and social media work. CONTACT: Will Fawcett will@cresenttheater.com (March 2015)

Crown Products

A Mobile-based company that manufactures and imports promotional products. Internship in the Marketing Department where the company creates all of the ads, email blasts, catalogs, flyers, etc., as well as product development. As an intern at Crown, a graphic design student would get the opportunity to help create many ads, email blasts, and since this is our catalog season a very large catalog. The intern will help with photography, cleaning up images, clipping paths, creating some artwork, and maybe even some ads. The intern should have a good set of technical skills, including a decent knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Photography skills are a plus, but not a requirement. Our workplace is casual, jeans and t-shirts are the norm. CONTACT: Lauren McAnally, Graphic Designer 251.665.3600 or  lmcanally@crownprod.com  | www.crownprod.com (March 2015)

Dauphin Island Sea Lab [Summer Community Jobs Program Internships]

PAID: $2,500/eight-week internship program, June-July each summer. Applications due in spring (usually April) - two available: Public Relations Intern and Aquarist Intern. DUTIES for PR Intern: As a summer jobs intern this person will be responsible for writing news stories about each of the undergraduate and high school students attending the Sea Lab for their local home town newspapers. They will also be responsible for pictures, videos and related writing articles on the middle school programs and conduct interviews for publication with the teacher in-service program. This position establishes a strong link to local and statewide media mostly through hometown newspapers but when appropriate radio and television.  PR/Ad and Graphic Design SHC students have had this internship – more GD duties for design students.   Students must provide proof of enrollment for the following fall semester.  APPLY by sending a résumé and cover letter to one of the contacts listed – a PDF of work samples also encouraged. CONTACTS: Dr. John Dindo (jdindo@disl.org | 251-861-2141ext 2427) or Mr. Robert Dixon (rdixon@disl.org | 251-861-2141 ext 7550).  Site: http://press.disl.org/jobs.htm  (MARCH 2015)

Discovery Communications (The Discovery Channel)

internships: http://corporate.discovery.com/careers/internships

Distinguished Young Women

A nonprofit corporation located in the historic district of Mobile, Ala. It was founded in 1958 in Mobile and each June, 50 state winners come to Mobile to participate in the national finals. AJM’s mission is to emphasize education by providing scholarship opportunities to outstanding, college-bound high school girls and to encourage personal development in all young people. Description: Distinguished Young Women interns assist the Communications Director by: compiling media lists; monitoring and collecting media coverage; writing and distributing press releases; working to coordinate materials for the National Finals (media kits, media teasers, signs and banners, name tags, car decals, autograph cards, special invitations/tickets, etc); organizing, setting up, and attending events; chaperoning AJM contestants to media appearances; researching information requests and providing assistance to media outlets and other parties; assisting in alumni relations and updating the  website. Additionally, as a non-profit organization, DYW uses interns in other areas of service as needed. Learning Objectives:  Organize media materials, Distribute national media materials, Manage and update websites, Work with local and national media organizations, Plan and prepare for events. CONTACT: Stephanie Bradford, Communications Director 251.438.3621 or stephanie@distinguishedyw.org| http://www.distinguishedyw.org/  (11/4/11)

Downtown Mobile Alliance

Interns assist the small staff with the all marketing-communication tasks including social media, website and etc. Downtown Mobile Alliance helps promotes and coordinate events and activities in downtown Mobile. Interns also provide general office assistance and database help. DMA interns have been hired or offered positions by the Alliance. CONTACT: Carol Hunter chunter@downtownmobile.org (March 2015).

Dumas Wesley Community Center

PAID INTERNSHIP: $200 per term. HOURS: 16-20/week. Dumas Wesley provides a broad range of services for the elderly, unemployed, homeless and youth in the Crichton community. DESCRIPTION: Assist with event planning, website content and social media, maintain volunteer base and monthly newsletters. Undertake special projects as needed. Excellent hands-on experience in a professional environment.  QUALIFICATIONS: Must have the ability to multi-task and work independently. Desired candidate should be knowledgeable in emerging web-based technologies/social media, ability to work well with public, strong written and verbal skills. CONTACT: Contact Kate Johnson, 251-479-0649 or kcarver@dumaswesley.org (March 2015).

Family Center of Mobile

Interns help with just about anything/everything under the communications banner including events, marketing, PR, assistance in developing other communications needs such as videos, brochures, flyers, web content, testimonials, and branding. There is an ongoing misperception that we are the same as Child Advocacy Center, which we need to clear up with more marketing and PR. CONTACT: Lydia Pettijohn, Executive Director 479-5700 or kids101@comcast.net WEBSITE:  http://www.familycentermobile.org/  (March 2015) 

GoDaddy.com  Bowl

Interns assist in planning, implementation and activation of the annual GoDaddy Bowl and its surrounding events held throughout the bowl season (see a full list at www.godaddybowl.com). Interns will assist with materials for these events, such as ads, programs, signage, etc. Additionally, interns assist with the New Horizons Credit Union 1st & 10 Club. Contact: Sherrie Dyal, General Manager (sherrie@godaddybowl.com)  251-635-0011 (March 2015)

Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast, Inc. CALL

has been providing services for people with disabilities and other barriers for more than 50 years in 12 counties along the Gulf Coast. GES offers programs in four service areas: Children and Family Services, Educational Services, Employment Services and Support Services. The Marketing and Community Engagement department at GES is looking for someone to help deliver our message to a wider range of people and of various demographics through social media and website enhancement. This is not a paid internship, but an opportunity to understand how the nonprofit sector plays a vital role in the community and in the lives of those in need of assistance and provide practical application to an organization. If you are interested in honing your creative passion while serving a mission, this is the internship for you. Intern must have proficient knowledge of Dreamweaver and Photoshop. CONTACT:Kristen Dreaper, Community and Marketing Manager, 251.471.1581 or kristen@gesgc.org |http://exchange.shc.edu/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.goodwill-easterseals.org/ (11/4/2011)

Historic Mobile Preservation Society/Oakleigh Historic Complex PAID/stipend -- CALL!

Historic Mobile Preservation Society, founded in 1935, is Alabama’s oldest grass root preservation organization. Our mission is to preserve tangible links to the past for present and future generations.  We are a membership based organization that is open to the public.  Intern reports to the Executive Director. HOURS: flexible, 15-20 hours/week. RESPONSIBILITIES: For HMPS - assist with all publications including Landmark Letter, the organization’s printed newsletter; ENews, the monthly electronic newsletter; and all social media outlets.  Duties will include writing assigned articles, proof reading the publications, assisting with the maintenance of the email database, organizing the mailings and providing support when needed. Assist with the development and organization of our direct mail campaigns, including membership campaigns, capital campaigns, and special events. Work with all HMPS special events and fundraising events providing support to the Marketing/Public Relations Chairs and Committees.  This will include attending planning meetings, distributing community posters, proofing the marketing collateral, and helping out as needed. Monitor all social media outlets and websites that promote HMPS and Oakleigh events.  Update and maintain the media contact list Attend at least one HMPS Board of Directors meeting. For Oakleigh Historic Complex - Assist with the merchandizing of The Gift Shop at Oakleigh. Help develop and expand the marketing databases that are used for direct mail campaigns.  This includes research and input of data. Assist with the preparation of the Elementary School marketing campaign.   Assist with the distribution of marketing brochures for the Oakleigh Historic Complex including sending letters to incoming convention contacts offering brochures for their welcome packets. Attend trade shows and tourism events that promote the Oakleigh Historic Complex. Attend Museum House Council Meetings with the Executive Director or Oakleigh Visitor’s Experience Manager. Attend Mobile Bay Visitor’s & Convention Bureau and tourism partners meetings with the Executive Director or Oakleigh Visitor’s Experience Manager. CONTACT: Cyndi Newell @ 251-432-6161  or email: hmps2@bellsouth.net Website:http://www.historicmobile.org/ (July 2012)

j.edward beauty

is looking for confident, driven and personable interns.  We are a growing medical boutique fashion firm located in Fairhope, AL.  We are now interviewing internship candidates that are available to start immediately.  The qualified individual will have a passion for learning the business and developing a career in the beauty, fashion, public relation and social media industry. RESPONSIBILITIES:  Maintaining database of media contract, stylists, editors, etc., Supporting staff by making research and follow-up inquiries, Monitoring and archiving product placement in publications, Gifting buyers, stylists, and editors, General office duties including - answering phones, shipping packages, ordering office supplies, assisting staff in day to day tasks. QUALIFICATIONS: Proactive go-getter who is willing to be hands-on, Excellent communication skills - verbal and written, Ability to multi-task and work both independently and within a group, Reliable, detail-oriented and extremely motivated, Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Internet research experience, Outgoing and professional with a sense of humor. OTHER: Minimum of 15 hours a week (2-3 days), Knowledge/prior experience in fashion and/or PR a plus - but not required, Internship is unpaid, Must have a commitment of a least 3 months, Position available immediately  CONTACT: j.edward, 251-929-7800, info@jedwardbeauty.com (July 2012) 

Lagniappe -  Mobile’s alternative newspaper

Regularly seeks interns from SHC and our interns have had great experiences there, including being hired.CONTACT Rob Holbert, co-publisher 450-4466 or rob@lagniappemobile.com | http://www.lagniappemobile.com/

Las Vegas Productions

New for spring 2014 - In advance of a tour surrounding the release of an album through Warner Records, the Southern Comedian Killer Beaz has requested four interns: 1) Public Relations, 2) Social Media, 3) Marketing/Advertising and 4) Graphic Design. There may be opportunity for a Digital Video Production intern as well, but that may be handled in Nashville instead of Mobile. He has provided four separate job descriptions, which Dr. B. can forward to interested students. He says “we will be doing everything from strategizing social media to ad buys to media appearances and more. It’s a good time for a student to gain some experience while learning about the entertainment industry.” College credit required. APPLY: email a resume and contact information along with interest are. CONTACT: Terri Beasley  | Killer Beaz, Inc. | Las Vegas Productions | www.killerbeaz.com | 800-285-1377 |killerbeazinc@cs.com  (posted Jan. 2014)

Lewis Communications 

A full-service agency with offices in Mobile, Birmingham and Nashville seeks public relations, graphic design and other interns. CONTACT: Rhonda Wilkinson @ 251-476-2507 or mailto:toniv@lewiscommunications.com |http://www.lewiscommunications.com/[alternative contact: Tripp Lewis] (8/26/2010)

Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce

The communications team operates in a fast-paced environment offering exposure to a variety of public relations and marketing activities.  Intern responsibilities are geared toward the student’s interest and include assisting with Chamber-produced publications, events, media and materials.   RESPONSIBILITIES:  Assists in production of the Chamber’s monthly business magazine, The Business View, including attending editorial board meetings, writing, editing, layout and photography, Assists with Chamber events (Spring semester includes Annual Meeting, State of the City & County luncheon; Summer semester includes Media Mixer (biennial event) and seminars; Fall Semester includes Media Mixer and Annual Meeting), Assists with writing and distributing news releases, Assists with layout and design (Adobe Page Maker), if desired, Assists/coordinates logistics, speakers, etc. for seminars offered to Chamber members, as needed, Updates local and regional media list, Attends a variety of meetings to learn about the Chamber and meet volunteers and staff with communication-related degrees, Responsible for other duties as requested. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Senior (or Junior with strong recommendation) pursuing a degree in a communication- related field; strong writing skills; basic computer and design skills; basic journalism skills including Associated Press style, proofreading, photography, advertising, writing news releases and interviewing; ability to work with Chamber staff and members; ability to handle diverse duties and meet critical deadlines; ability to work under pressure; a desire to excel. REPORTS TO: Susan Rak Blanchard, Senior Communications Specialist with Marketing and National Public Relations responsibilities and Managing Editor of The Business View. The Business View is a monthly magazine with a circulation of 22,100 and includes all company owners on the Dun & Bradstreet list as well as Chamber member company owners and executives.  CONTACT: 251- 431-8641 or susan@mobilechamber.com |  http://www.mobilechamber.com/ 

Mobile Bay Convention & Visitor’s Bureau

The Mobile Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau (MBCVB) is responsible for marketing the Mobile area as a vacation and convention destination and generating demand from consumers (families, friends, and couples), conventions and group/bus tours. The MBCVB is a membership-based non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors; it is not a city department or government agency.  The MBCVB Marketing & Communications Department is responsible for any brand messaging reaching our core market segments (consumer, business, and convention/group). WEBSITE: www.mobilebay.org. DUTIES: Under the direction of the Vice President of Marketing & Communications and the Director ofMarketing & Communications, the intern assists with key tasks as they relate to the marketing, advertising, public relations and strategic planning initiatives of the MBCVB. Typical duties will include support of ongoing departmental social media, email marketing, collateral development and public relations efforts.  REQUIREMENTS: Student must be currently pursuing a degree in Communications, Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations, or a closely related field. Strong computer, social media, verbal and written communications skills are necessary for successful completion of duties. Photography and/or graphic design experience or college coursework is a plus. Minimum 20 hours per week. TO APPLY: Please send resume and writing samples to Tara Zieman, tzieman@mobile.org (2015). 

Mobile Bay Magazine

Interns fully articipate in the editorial process for Mobile Bay Magazine, its online version and Mobile Bay Bride. CONTACT Lawren Largue lawren@pmtpublishing.com (March 2015)

Mobile Gas Community Relations/Public Relations Intern

This is an unpaid corporate communication internship - Mobile Gas is part of Sempra, a Fortune 500 company. The intern will gain experience under the direction of the Director of Community Relations in the areas of community relations, social media, charitable contributions and event and project coordination. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist in the development and coordination of Community Relations programs. Draft basic public relations materials including PR plans, tasks lists, fact sheets and other materials as directed. Attend and participate in meetings, presentations, brainstorming sessions and company-related events.  Assist with committee assignments and community volunteer assignments.  Assist with administrative duties including creating media kits, gift bags, keeping inventory and restocking department promotional items, faxing, mailings and other administrative functions as assigned.  Assist with the management of media related articles as pertaining to Mobile Gas for easy access. Assist company and/or staff with other client, business development and projects as needed. REQUIREMENTS: Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Strategic thinker and avid reader.  Must be proficient with computer skills. Proven skills of social media marketing. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. The intern must follow all company-wide rules.  The Community Relations department is business casual but during in-office and off-site meetings, business attire is required. Intern will be notified of dress code for events taking place outside of the office. Intern is required to provide own transportation to and from work as well to off-site meetings and events. Intern will be responsible for own parking expenses. FOR CONSIDERATION submit two letters of recommendation and a one-page essay about what the student hopes to gain from the internship and any area of specialty he/she would like to focus. CONTACT: Kesshia Davis, Director of Community Relations, O:  251-450-4703, kesdavis@mobile-gas.com (March 2015)

Mobile Infirmary

Marketing/Communications/PR Intern will assist marketing department with centennial activities, events and promotions during 2010. QUALIFICATIONS: junior/senior student enrolled for credit, strong writing skills and attention to detail, proficient with MS Office products and social media sites, good interpersonal skills and professional business office appearance. APPLY: Send resume to Lauren Giddens lauren.giddens@infirmaryhealth.org  (March 2015)   

Mudbrick Media

Located in  west Mobile, Mudbrick  Media has a two-story, 5,000+ square-foot soundstage with an 16′ tall by 88′ wide green screen. The company specializes in science videos and music videos. It is currently working on its second feature-length movie. Students interested in interning with Mudbrick Media, should  CONTACT Frank Hall atfrank.hall@mudbrickmedia.com or 251-776-6570 (office).Visit the company’s websiteshttp://www.mudbrickmedia.com/ and http://www.cassiopeiaproject.com/ for more information about the cool things they’re doing at Mudbrick ( 10/4/2012)

Red Square Agency

The agency accepts just a couple of interns per semester and these positions are PAID. Summer is most competitive. There are three types of available internships: Creative (graphic design, production, etc.), Account Services (PR, account executives, traffic, etc.) and Media (planning, posting, billing, scheduling, etc.)  CONTACT:Elena K. Feed elena@redsquareagency.com 251-476-1283 or interns@redsquareagency.com (March 2015)

Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

As advocates for the news media, our not-for-profit organization has been involved in every major U.S. Supreme Court case involving press freedom since our founding in 1970.  We rely on student journalist interns to write about those and related issues for our magazine, The News Media and the Law, our Web site, http:http://www.rcfp.org/about-us/internships and our guidebooks that assist working journalists to navigate the law in their reporting. Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis (March 2015)

Salvation Army – Coastal Area Command

Fall 2013 is crucial as the PR director will be on maternity leave and needs an intern to write front-page features, including supplying high-quality photography, for the Neediest Families campaign in partnership with the Press-Register/al.com – these fundraising features run weekly from Thanksgiving to Christmas. WEBSITE:www.salvationarmymobile.org REQUIREMENTS: strong writer, good organizational skills. CONTACT: Katie Emer, PR Director/Volunteer Coordinator at Katie_Emer@uss.salvationarmy.org or 251-438-1625 ext. 139 (April 2013).

Southwest Alabama Workforce Development Commission

The communications intern is responsible for, among other things, promoting SAWDC’s efforts to numerous media outlets.  The Communications intern at SAWDC will assist the Manager of Administration with the facilitation and administration of the communication plan.  REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should have a strong interest in Communications, as well as a desire to meet/exceed expectations.  Applicants should have reliable transportation and preferably a lap top, but a desktop is acceptable.  Applicants should have a GPA of a 3.0 or better.  CONTACT:Melissa Creighton, 251-445-2090 or macreightonshc@gmail.com.  Successful applicants will present, at the time of interview, two sealed letters of recommendation with the seal of the letter bearing the signature of the person writing the letter of recommendation. (9/17/2008)

SHC Office of Admissions Social Media Intern

The Social Media Intern in the Admissions Office has the unique opportunity in aiding the Admissions team in the recruitment of prospective students.  The Social Media Intern will both develop content and help create and execute the Office of Admissions social media strategy across various social media platforms.  Moreover, the Social Media Intern will have an understanding of social media technologies, exceptional writing abilities, and promote engagement within the Office of Admissions social media communities. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Updating and assisting with the monitoring of the Office of Admissions social media platform; Covering Office of Admissions events to incorporate into the social media platform; Assisting with responding to communication generated from the Office of Admissions social media platform; Checking the Spring Hill College web site and other media sources to incorporate into the social media platform; Assisting the Office of Admissions Social Media Team with additional social media tasks as needed.  REQUIREMENTS: Individuals must possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using other combinations of skills and abilities. Excellent oral and written communication skills required; Ability to work independently and meet deadlines; Detail oriented work ethic; Candidate should be team oriented and prepared to work in a professional environment; Knowledgeable of social media tools and how to operate them; Minimum GPA of 2.75; Willingness to work nights and weekends as required.CONTACT: This internship is offered all semesters (year round). This is an unpaid internship with flexible working hours. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to: Kendrick Dunklin, E-mail (use Word or pdf format for any attachments): mailto:kdunklin@shc.edu.(8/31/2012.(8/31/2012) 

Spring Hill College Marketing & Communication Office

DUTIES: Graphic design work or PR/news service work. Write copy/stories for various Spring Hill College marketing materials, Draft news releases and announcements, Make updates and write homepage profiles for Spring Hill College Web site, Complete layouts and designs for miscellaneous projects, Assist with research for various marketing projects, Photograph campus activities, such as student events or construction progress, Track and organize newspaper articles and advertisements, Other projects as assigned. Qualifications: Excellent oral and written communications skills, Excellent writing skills; ability to follow and apply AP Style, Strong organizational and creative skills, Ability to work well within a team environment or independently, Experience with Microsoft Office and on Macintosh computer platform, Working knowledge of desktop publishing and design software a plus, including: Adobe InDesign, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Photography experience and skills. Responsibility to complete projects in a timely manner and ability to multi-task. CONTACT: Sharla Brink, Graphic Designer sbrink@shc.edu  | WEBSITE: http://www.shc.edu/ 

Spring Hill College Office of Alumni and Parent Programs

RESPONSIBLITIES/DUTIES:  Serving as a liaison between vendors and clients, Assisting with event logistics such as constructing timelines, contacting vendors, planning menus for groups, Conducting vendor research, Assisting with managing event databases and tracking event registration, Contacting venues, Logging inventory of event and alumni materials, Assist with compiling and writing articles for the alumni e-newsletter, parents newsletters and magazine, Contacting and working with alumni chapter leadership, Running office errands for dropping off/picking up event materials, Other duties as assigned. REQUIREMENTS: Flexibility to work weekends or evening events as needed, Excellent computer skills including high proficiency with basic applications such as Word and Excel, Must possess leadership skills, Assertion when on the phone with vendors or clients, Great attitude and ability to work alone or in a group setting, Excellent communication and writing skills, Familiar and comfortable navigating social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. CONTACT: Monde Donaldson mdonaldson@shc.edu(3/15/2010)  

Spring Hill College Webmaster’s Intern

Student intern assists the webmaster and content manager with the College’s websites. CONTACT: Chris Hugheschughes@shc.edu (2012)

Springhill Medical Center

Seeks interns interested/skilled in graphic design or public relations. Unpaid. Intern will gain all facets of Healthcare Marketing/Public Relations, including:  General publicity assignments, including writing and sending out news releases & writing for the Web, Scheduling & coordinating media interviews & generating television news stories, Managing & creating mail lists, Assisting with special events, Social media experience is a definite plus, Some graphics work for simple flyers/brochures,   Photography, Assisting with the development of a monthly electronic newsletter CONTACT: Marian Faulk Springhill Medical Center Marketing Director 251/461-4230 ormfaulk@springhill.org

‘stache media/RED-a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Based in New York, this organization recruits the best and brightest students to participate in the ‘stache Lifestyle Rep internship program through Sony Music. Interns work remotely in various markets. We are looking for college interns to be part of ‘stache media’s Lifestyle Marketing program known as ‘stache lifestyle reps.Interns will help develop marketing plans tailored for their community using grassroots promotion. Our structured internship Program is designed to be an interactive and educational marketing experience. Responsibilities as a ‘stache lifestyle rep will include, but are not limited to: Learning about and participating in marketing campaigns to create awareness for artists   •  Attending regularly scheduled conference calls to learn marketing techniques/trends and about the music industry  • Attending and recapping concert events  • Developing reports of marketing effortsStudents can access the official application at: http://www.stachemedia.com/lifestyle  CONTACT: Bailey McGinty bailey.mcginty@stachemedia.com  or 917-421-7712. (09/2013)

Standard Furniture Marketing Department Intern [Bay Minette, Ala.]

Assists marketing director with: public relations, coordinating small marketing projects, minimal graphic design, coordinating internal communications, updating intranet, email marketing, social network marketing, competitive analysis and product comparison. Info about Standard Furniture: Standard Furniture was established in 1946. Today, Standard Furniture designs, manufactures and delivers bedrooms, dining rooms and occasional tables. Operates two plants in domestically and manufactures component and finished good products in Asia. Standard’s import division compliments its domestic furniture production and provides a variety price points. Standard offers extensive U.S. warehousing and direct container shipment to retail customers. Standard Furniture is the 24th largest furniture manufacturer in the U.S. with annual revenue of $150 million.  CONTACT: Tim Ussery , 251-937-6741 ext. 8674 or tim.ussery@sfmco.com (7/21/2010)

The American Red Cross Alabama Gulf Coast Chapter

Two internship opportunities for class credit only in the Office of Public Support, which includes Financial Development and Public Relations. REQUIREMENTS:  Undergraduate Student - Junior/Senior (must have completed upper level PR classes), Major in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, or related area,  Interview with chapter Public Relations Coordinator, Hours and schedule to be agreed upon between intern and the PR Coordinator. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with writing press releases, media advisories, website updates, creating promotional materials, etc., Assist with major fundraising campaigns and special events, Assist with crisis communications during disasters, Other PR related duties as assigned by the Public Relations Coordinator and/or the Public Support Director. CONTACT: Elizabeth M. Saunders, PR Coordinator (251) 436-7909 orsaunderse@redcrossalcoast.org | http://www.redcrossalcoast.org/ (9/24/2009) 

The Association for Women in Sports Media

ANNUALLY ACCEPTS APPLICATIONS IN OCTOBER FOR THE FOLLOWING SUMMER’S INTERNSHIPS/SCHOLARSHIPS: http://awsmonline.org/intern-scholarship/ Internships are offered in writing (magazines, newspapers and online), broadcast, editing and media relations. Full-time female students currently enrolled in college are eligible to apply for the internships. Applicants do not need to be members of AWSM to apply. In 2010, AWSM will be expanding its program to offer scholarships to more than a dozen deserving students. The top applicant in public relations, broadcast, writing and copy editing will each be awarded a $1,000 scholarship in addition to a paid trip to the AWSM Convention, which includes hotel stay, $300 reimbursement for travel and free convention registration. All other students chosen for an AWSM internship will receive a $500 scholarship. Since 1990, AWSM has placed more than 100 female college students interested in sports media careers in paid internships with employers such as Sports Illustrated, ESPN, USA Track & Field, MLB.com and some of the country’s most respected daily newspapers. Applications can only be submitted via AWSM’s online application system. Questions? Please send an e-mail to awsminternship@gmail.com  (9/10/2010) 

The Learning Tree, Inc. (Lott Road Campus) Intern, Resource Development Department

DESCRIPTION:  This Marketing Intern position entails working directly with the Director of Resource Development on a variety of projects, including, but not limited to the following: Brand Development and Management, Marketing Campaign Strategy & Development, Event Planning and Implementation, Press Material Design, Advertisement Layout and Content Design, Database Design for Grant Searches,  Note:  There is room for some customization to Intern’s specific interests. QUALIFICATIONS:  Excellent Written and Communication Skills, Sharp Attention to Detail, Ability to Meet Deadlines, Proficient in MS Office. Desired Major:  Marketing, Public Relations, Communication, Business Administration. Desired Class Level:  Junior or Senior (or mature/responsible sophomore). Salary Level:  unpaid. CONTACT: Director of Resource Development 251.331.2633  (6/6/2009)

The Little Tree Preschool Call

An inclusive program for children with autism,currently serving 36 children.  April is Autism Awareness Month and the organization plans many events during the month to promote the school and awareness of autism as well as raise funds for the organization.  Interns work on multiple events and other activities such as assisting with the quarterly newsletter, develop brochures, assist with creation of website and etc. CONTACT:  Dana Handmacher, Resource and Development Coordinator, 251-654-2143 or dhandmacher@comcast.net  (11/17/2008)

Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford Website Internship

Intern to assist in the writing, formatting, researching, and posting of online content for the website of the nationally syndicated television show, Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama. Skills learned: Researching and writing optimized, descriptive copy for articles and videos, Formatting and posting articles and videos using HTML and WordPress, Capturing and formatting images using Photoshop, Researching and applying search engine optimization techniques, Working with spreadsheets. DUTIES: Write descriptions, titles, and compile metadata for video clips, Post video clips and articles on website, Embed videos on website employing HTML formatting, Capture still images from video and format for web, Research and take digital photographs for website articles, Evaluate website traffic using Google Analytics, Research and apply search optimization techniques, Assist with formatting newsletters and e-mail blasts, Upload and manage advertisings on the website. DETAILS:  Position open to communication majors or those in related fields, Basic knowledge of computer applications and writing skills required, Familiarity with HTML, Photoshop, PHP, MySQL, and WordPress useful but not essential, Compensation is not available, Working hours are flexible. APPLY: Send resume with contact information to Ben Erickson ben@dannylipford.com | http://www.dannylipford.com/ (8/19/2009)

Toomey’s Mardi Gras

is looking for students that can assist with the following: Blog and PR releases, Website updates and support, Website optimization, Photography of product, Processing of internet orders. Students would gain invaluable knowledge in a fast-paced environment.  CONTACT: Stephen V. Toomey 251-450-5012 or svt@toomeys-mardigras.com (March 2015)

United Way of Southwest Alabama - Marketing and Communications Intern.

The Marketing intern will assist in all aspects of marketing / public relations, publication development, communications and special events. CONTACT: Meredith Schafer, Communication specialist | mschafer@uwswa.org |  251-431-0113  |  http://www.uwswa.org/ (9/2011) 

USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital Volunteer Services (waiting for revised)

Customer Service Internship: Patient Satisfaction Survey: survey tool design, collecting patient data; Special Events Planning: employee recognition events, healthcare observances programs; Employee Incentive Program; Public Relations: video-photography, newsletter and patient handbook publication, flyers, etc. Volunteer Services Internship: Public Relations: developing education and recruitment material (brochures, website updates, news releases, speeches, etc). CONTACT: Belinda Baggett bbaggett@usouthal.edu (7/24/2008) 

Via Health Fitness and Enrichment Center

is a facility dedicated to providing services to active older adults.  Our mission is to promote a healthy, active and independent lifestyle among adults.  Via is a non-profit organization constantly seeking interns and volunteers to enrich the facility.  The staff at Via can accommodate interns from many fields of study. We can accept marketing, graphic design, public relations and event planning interns or volunteers. Any intern or volunteer will gain ample working knowledge in the fields listed as well as experience in a non-profit organization. We offer service-learning at its finest. CONTACT: Dorothy Dorton 251-470-5224 or ddorton@viamobile.org (July 2012)

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WPMI, Local 15 News ­- promotions: CONTACT: Michelle Ritter

Zebra Marketing (Graphic Design intern)

DESCRIPTION: Zebra Marketing seeks a talented graphic design intern to join its dynamic and growing team. The ideal applicant will have a strong knowledge about design elements, such as color and composition, and have great problem solving abilities. You will be highly organized with excellent attention to detail, proactive, positive and team orientated with an enthusiastic day-to-day approach able to sustain productive working relationships with a full spectrum of colleagues. The output of work is broad so you will need to be comfortable working across diverse areas from the layout and initial design stage (working against clear brand guidelines under the guidance of the lead designer) through to the production and delivery of marketing collateral including banner ads, email templates,landing pages, logos, product decks, and web images for our various clients. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Work closely with the Marketing team in order to fully understand the project requirements. • Assist & support the lead designer in generating the designs to the required standard. • Use these designs and templates to produce the required marketing collateral to a high production standard (banners, emails, logos, web images, marketing materials…) • Prepares weekly reports and gives the latest status of the work to Supervisor. • Helps with public relations, copywriting, client follow-up, and other events that may become a priority. • Work well in a studio-like environment, cross-collaborating with each department. SKILLS: • Strong skills in typography, graphic design, grid systems and layout. • Proficiency with industry-standard software such as PhotoShop and the Adobe suite. • Ability to understand brand consistency, strictly follow brand guidelines and should have an excellent eye for detail. • Capable of producing high quality work to tight deadlines and be able to manage several tasks simultaneously. • Be highly organized and capable of pro-actively handling projects given the correct guidance and working closely with key members of the team.  CONTACT: kristin.williams@zebrapromos.com (Aug. 2012)

 

22squared- a full service advertising agency with offices in Atlanta & Tampa

Seeks interns for all functions within the agency (media, creative, account services, etc.). Prospective interns should meet with their intern coordinator and collect appropriate information regarding guidelines: Academic requirements (weekly journal, final paper, etc.),  Hours required for credit, Start date available and end date, Hours available per week during this time. APPLY: Email Resume/Cover Letter to HR@22squared.com  In subject, please include INTERNSHIP/ATL for Atlanta and INTERNSHIP/TPA for Tampa. In Context of email, please include all information above regarding requirements and list your area of interest from within the agency. More info: http://http/blog.22squared.com/?q=node/203 CONTACT: Brandi Williams Whitaker | Account Supervisor 22squared 404.347.8920 or Brandi.Williams@22squared.com (3/20/2009)