This unique 3-day internship, entitled the Online Reporter Project, is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Society of Newspaper Editors (PSNE) and the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association (PNA) Foundation. We’re looking for college juniors or seniors enrolled in journalism or communications programs in Pennsylvania. Student interns will work one-on-one with industry professionals to produce a comprehensive, live website during our annual Pennsylvania Press Conference, May 16-18. They will conduct interviews, report on industry issues, cover convention speeches and awards programs, and network with editors from across the state. For more information and to download the application form, visit the PNA website at http://www.pa-newspaper.org/programs/students/psneonlinereporter.
Please share this information with your students and encourage them to apply for this great opportunity!
Applications must be received at the PNA Foundation, 3899 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110, by Friday, Jan. 18, 2013.
This arrived by email today:
PSR is a monthly sports newspaper with a very large daily online
component. We are looking to fill three positions.
Our editorial interns are required to handle several assignments per month
for the print edition, as well as several weekly assignments for the
website. Much of the online work consists of game stories written on
deadline (mostly prepared from online box scores), while the print
assignments include a variety of work from feature stories to research. We
typically require our interns to work one day per month at our office
location to assist with copy-editing, although that is not a necessity (we
have had interns from out of the Pittsburgh area).
From SHU CareerWorks:
The following employers are still looking for spring interns!
- Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce
- Greensburg Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School
- Seton Hill University E-Magnify *PAID*-Pittsburgh Penguins
-The Brandon Group, Inc.
-Three Rivers Community Foundation
-PA House of Representatives
-Carnegie Science Center
-The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC)Create your account at CollegeCentral Newtork to see a listing of over 60 internships posted for Spring 2013.
WIRED magazine is now accepting applications for four six-month-long editorial fellowships. The positions, which are full time and are based in the magazine’s San Francisco office, begin January 2, 2013 and last until June 28, 2013.
Editorial fellowships focus on the Start section, the Play section, gadgets research, and fact-checking. We do not offer summer internships, and since our fellowships are full-time, they are not appropriate for matriculated students.
Applicants must be pursuing journalism as a career and have experience working in a deadline-oriented environment. You should also be enthusiastic, highly organized, and have a demonstrable interest in technology. A passion for great reporting and writing is essential.
Greensburg Community Development Corporation
Internship Position Description
Position: Communication / Event Planning / Marketing Internship / Social Media
Application Deadline: November 23rd
Description: The intern will work with the GCDC team to communicate our message to residents, business owners and property owners, complete social media campaign, and assist with office operations. Specifically, the intern will:
- Participate in the design and distribution of marketing materials for programs and events,
- Manage organizational and community focused social media campaign,
- Assist in the coordination of mailing flyers, invitations, etc. needed to advertise events,
- Coordinate the Cultural and Shopping District Banner Project,
- Assist with administrative and database maintenance functions, and
- Research possible grants and other sources of funding.
Skills: Prospective interns should have superior written and oral communication skills, strong organizational abilities, as well as a basic knowledge of MS Office and database management. All majors are encouraged to apply.
Attached is information about the 2013 Magazine Internship Program, sponsored by the American Society of Magazine. We ask you to share this information with your students. This information is also posted at magazine.org/asmeinternship. Please note that students must submit all application materials, except processing fees, by email.
Come and learn about careers and network with professionals in creative fields including:
Advertising & Marketing
Design/Architecture & Multimedia
Film and Broadcast Media
Writing and Publishing
Pre – Registration Deadline: October 24, 2012
To Register - see specific details in the “Students Portal”
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cost: $5 If pre-registered by October 24
10$ after October 24 and at the door
*Pre-registration payment is due to your Career Center/Services office by 5. pm. October 24th!!!!
** Carnegie Mellon’s fee will be paid by the Career and Professional Development Center
Looking for an internship? Interested in the arts?
Internships are available in the following departments of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Interns receive a $500 stipend (paid in 2 installments).