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🔴Public relations internship 🔴
    West Hollywood, CA

Miller PR is a strategic communications agency serving elite brands and individuals in entertainment, music, lifestyle, and technology. We specialize in representing clients at the intersection of digital media and entertainment. We offer our global clientele a full range of services to support, build or re-position their brand identities.

You will be able to learn first-hand from an experienced team and be close to the action. Once you prove your reliability and diligence, we will involve you further with client work such as attending events and writing. Interns MUST be reliable, self-motivated, creative, organized and comfortable working in a fastpaced environment.

This position is designed to help interns gain valuable knowledge through hands-on experience and guided training. This is an unpaid academic internship which means you must be in college. Interns are expected to work 2-3 full days a week from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM for 3-4 months. This internship could develop into a full-time job for the right person in the future as our internship program is where we scout for future talent to hire.

If interested please send resume to

Specific duties and responsibilities include (but not limited to):
 • Develop written articles and blog content to be pitched to well-known publications
 • Creating media lists, pitches, press clips, and providing initial research
• Researching new key contacts for all clients
• Responsible for daily coverage scans, keeping track of editorial calendars
• Constantly updating and compiling press clipping for each client
 • Administrative support to publicists
• Brainstorming new pitch ideas for clients
• Should be in tune with breaking industry news and latest pop culture trends
• Must be able to multitask in a deadline driven environment
 • Help create an engaging blog and social media content

• MUST be enrolled in college, working towards a degree in public relations, communications, or marketing
• MUST have a working laptop (MAC preferred with essential Microsoft Office software) and cell phone
• Solution oriented, motivated self-starter
• Experience in social media is a plus
 Excellent oral and written communication skills, and attention to detail
 • Experience with content writing is a plus
• Knowledgeable in electronic dance music and international music scene a plus
• MUST be available to work at least 2 to 3 full days a week, for a minimum of 3 months
• Ambitious, positive attitude, and a desire to build a career in a PR agency
• Do not apply if you do not want to work in PR
• Fast worker who can handle pressure & deadlines
• MUST have a car, be reliable and live within 25 miles of West Hollywood

Internship Opportunity

Want to spend your summer in DC? 

Informational meetings: Monday, Dec. 10 at 5pm Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 3:30pm 

2019 STF Al Young Sports Journalism Scholarship
The AAJA Sports Task Force is pleased to offer a scholarship of up to $2,000 to current college students interested in pursuing sports journalism/media as a career.

About the AAJA Sports Task Force

The mission of the AAJA Sports Task Force is to elevate the voice of Asian Americans in sports and encourage future Asian American sports journalists across multiple media platforms through mentorship and scholarship opportunities.

Sports are increasingly becoming part of everyday lives. Beyond the entertainment value, sports issues have – at times – led newscasts and made headlines across traditional news outlets. What has been lacking is the perspective of Asian American voices in sports media. The AAJA Sports Task Force scholarship is one way to turn the tide. The scholarship is designed to specifically help Asian American/Pacific Islander students interested in sports reporting or other sports media-related professions.

About Al Young

Al Young is an award-winning journalist who blazed many trails for Asian American sports journalists. He is the nation’s first Asian American sportswriter at a metro daily. He is also the first Asian American to cover the NFL as the New Haven Register beat writer for the New York Giants and Jets. While with the Register, he also wrote a weekly column that was the first in the country focusing on national and local personalities and trends in women’s sports.

Young’s career spans more than four decades. He was a writer and editor at the Boston Globe, USA Today, the New York Daily News, the New Haven (CT) Register, and Bridgeport (CT) Post-Telegram.

In 2010, AAJA named Young to its inaugural honor roll as an “Asian American Pioneer in U.S. journalism.” He is a past president of AAJA’s Washington, D.C. chapter. Retiring in 2013 from the Boston Globe, Young is currently the advisor to the student newspaper at Quincy College (MA).

Eligibility and Rules

- AAJA student membership is encouraged for all applicants and required for the selected scholarship recipients. For membership, please apply online at
- Applicants must demonstrate journalistic excellence, a strong interest in pursuing sports journalism as a career. Selected scholarship recipients must commit to a minimum of five hours of volunteer work for the AAJA Sports Task Force.
- Applicants must be an undergraduate student enrolled full time with at least 12 credit units each semester at a junior college or university located in the United States. Applicants must also be currently taking or planning to take journalism courses and/or pursuing sports journalism as a career.

Selection Criteria

Candidates will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, demonstrated journalistic ability, financial need, and commitment to the field of sports journalism.

Application Requirements

- Resume
- Cover letter (explain journalism experience – if any – academic accomplishments, career goals, community involvement, and financial need. 500-800 words)
- Essay (1,000-2000 words)
- GPA requirement: Minimum 3.0
- References (names and contact information)

The application deadline is Sunday, December 9 at 11:59pm PT. Questions? Email Justin Seiter, AAJA Program Coordinator at For more about the AAJA Sports Task Force, visit

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Job opportunity: LA Times
Location: El Segundo, CA

The Los Angeles Times is looking for general assignment reporters to cover California.

The successful candidates will have the ability to juggle a variety of assignments and quickly become expert in a wide assortment of stories, from live breaking news to short-term enterprise reporting. This is the kind of job that could have you on the front lines of a brush fire, running to the scene of a shooting, diving into a short-term investigation off the news and doing re-write on breaking news. Hopefully not all in the same day, but you never know.

The reporters will work out of the El Segundo office but will frequently be dispatched across California to cover news. The ability to identify and execute breaking news is essential, as is a comfort with working on all our platforms and social media. The successful candidate must also be able to develop short-term enterprise stories that can publish and perfect from quick blog posts into front-page stories. The ability to collaborate with other reporters and members of The Times staff is also crucial because the job will require rewriting the work of other reporters, feeding on the field and working with the hub, graphics department, and photo on digital coverage.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and work samples to Shelby Grad at