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Internships May 10-14

New! Public Relations - Promo, Inc., a luxury travel and lifestyle communications firm based in Aspen, CO., is seeking a hard-working and confident intern. Please only apply if you are serious and committed to the PR industry and ready to begin your career. Candidates with previous internships or volunteer positions related to PR/marketing are strongly preferred. Current undergraduate or graduate student in a program with an academic focus in communications, marketing or public relations. Please send a cover letter and resume to: Email: Phone: 970-925-8480.

New! Multimedia Reporter - QB3 is hiring a media intern for summer 2010. They're looking for a multimedia reporter keen on cutting-edge biomedical and life sciences research. You'll follow a UCSF public affairs officer on TV shoots; interview leading scientists (we'll give you background); get mentoring on tone and style; and leave with plenty of bylined web clips. QB3 is a UC-based bioscience research institute created to stimulate the California bioeconomy. We help scientists turn laboratory discoveries into products and services that benefit society. We support research in "quantitative biosciences"- areas of molecular biology in which scientists apply techniques from physics, chemistry, computer science, and engineering. The ideal candidate will be proficient in video and podcast editing, and capable of planning and executing long-form features. Journalists with strengths in print are also welcome to apply. Please submit CV and writing sample to QB3 Communications Director at for consideration. Email:, Website:

New! Reporter - The Chronicle of Higher Education is seeking interns for the fall 2010 session, which will begin in late August/early September. The internships are full-time in our Washington, D.C. office and will last through December. In addition to a $500 weekly stipend, academic credit can often be arranged. Applicants for this internship must have a strong interest in pursuing a career in journalism, and should note on their application that they are applying for The Chronicle of Higher Education's Diversity Internship. All of the interns will have the same primary responsibilities: reporting and writing daily news articles for The Chronicle's Website (which usually appear subsequently in print), contributing brief features, writing news articles for other sections of the newspaper, and doing research for special projects. There is very little grunt work. Experience writing for publication, either at a student newspaper or a professional publication, is required. Candidates with previous internships and deadline-reporting experience are preferred. Applications must be received by 4 p.m. on Friday, June 4, 2010. Applications that are late, e-mailed, or faxed will not be considered. Applicants should send a cover letter; résumé with telephone, e-mail, and postal contact information; and a maximum of five varied and impressive clips to: Sarah Henderson Internship Coordinator The Chronicle of Higher Education 1255 23rd Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20037. Email: Website: Phone: 202-466-1072.