New! Public Relations - The Teenage Drama Workshop at CSUN is seeking a publicity intern for the spring semester. Some responsibilities for this position include: writing and implementing PR strategies, developing and maintaining a media list, news release and calendar advisory writing, writing and maintaining a blog and outreach planning and support. This internship includes the opportunity to transition to a summer position that offers a small stipend. Interested candidates must be self-starters, must be familiarized with word processing and social networking sites, must have strong writing and editing skills, have sound editorial judgment, have superior organization and the ability to manage multiple tasks. The intern will be working with Prof. Doug Kaback of the Department of Theatre. Please submit resume and writing samples to email@example.com.
New! Photojournalism - The Teenage Drama Workshop at CSUN is looking for a photojournalist to intern for the Spring semester. Duties for this position include: compiling and or creating promotional videos and/or still photography to promote the program to prospective students and audience members, providing and/or updating photos for use on the program's website or social networking pages, managing the program's archive of photography and videos and working with program's staff and interns on various PR and marketing events. This internship includes the opportunity to transition to a summer position that offers a small stipend. Interested candidates must be self-starters, must be familiarized with word processing and social networking sites, must have strong writing and editing skills, have sound editorial judgment, have superior organization and the ability to manage multiple tasks. The intern will be working with Prof. Doug Kaback of the Department of Theatre. Please submit resume to dkaback.@gmail.com
New! Writing/Researching - Peter Greenberg Worldwide, located in Studio City, is currently looking for interns with excellent writing and researching skills to help the staff with upcoming print, radio and television projects. This is an unpaid internship and hours are flexible, but interns who can dedicate at least two days or 12 hours per week are preferred. Interns with investigative reporting skills are encourage to apply. Please submit resume, cover letter and dates of availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New! Print - The Institute on Political Journalism at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, is offering an eight-week internship for students looking for professional hands-on experience in print, broadcast, public relations or politics. Students can apply at DC internships. Priority deadline is February 3. Final deadline is March 3.
New! Public Relations - Productivity PR, located in Woodland Hills, currently has an opening for an intern to gain practical experience in the real world. Interns have the opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience pitching reporters, building media databases, coordinating editorial coverage results, writing, and will have the opportunity to gain experience using Cision. The internship is open to college students and recent graduates. Please submit your resume to tracey. @productivitypr.com
New! Editorial - Industry Intelligence Inc., an entrepreneurial business information company located in Century City, is currently seeking editorial interns to assist editors with the posting of news to their Web-based information platform. Interns will also be searching for newsworthy items, headline writing and potentially some rewriting to fit their style. Scheduling is flexible, but interns will have to be in their office between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Interested candidates must send in a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
New! Radio - KBIG-FM is looking for interns to work at their Los Angeles site with Ty Bentli. Interns will be working on On-air work, including board operations, voice tracking procedures, phone operator and street bits. Interns will also be working in their Web, public relations and charity, video and production. Applicants must submit their resume to Vanessa Hale at vanessahale.@clearchannel.com
New! Reporter - VCReporter, located in Ventura, is looking for interns to work in their weekly paper. Interns will have the opportunity to build their portfolio as they work in their newspaper. Students must be able to work 8-12 hours a week and must be able to receive college credit. Interested students must send in their resumes and samples of writing along with what areas of journalism they are interested in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on VCReporter visit VCReporter.
Study Media in France, Italy or Turkey - Do you dream about becoming a foreign correspondent? The Institute for Education in International Media is now accepting applications for summer media programs in France, Italy and Turkey. Students spend four weeks studying international reporting and media skills (multimedia, video or magazine) and reporting on the host community. They then create a publication (website, magazine or book) about the city. The programs are open to English-speaking students from all colleges and universities, as well as recent graduates. All programs are $4,995 plus airfare. Program fee includes tuition, housing, ground transportation from airport to host site and cultural activities. For more information and application go to http://ieimedia.com/.
Newspaper - Tribe Media Corp., which publishes The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, jewishjournal.com, TRIBE magazine and TRIBE City Guide, is currently accepting resumes for editorial internships positions at our L.A. office. Requirements: Solid reporting and writing skills; Prior coursework in journalism or related experience with a student publication; Reliable transportation; Basic digital photography and videography skills; Ability to work nights or weekends as needed. Responsibilities: About 12 hours per week (or more depending on credit hours needed) spent in the newsroom; Assist editorial staff with regular duties and assigned tasks; Blogging; No monetary compensation for newsroom work, but payment on publication for assigned print articles. E-mail your cover letter, resume and clips to email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Public Relations - The student intern/assistant primarily works providing editorial support for @CSUN and Community@CSUN, the university's in-house and community newsletters. The student must have strong communication and writing skills, be a self-starter and well organized. The student will be responsible for an assortment of duties including researching, collecting, and writing news items for the FYI column and calendar and answering telephones for the department. The student will be given the opportunity to write briefs and short stories for both publications. The internship typically requires a commitment of between 15-20 hours per week. We employ paid and unpaid interns. For more information, contact: Shanté Morgan, Managing Editor of Newspapers, Marketing and Communications, University Advancement (818) 677-6288.
Paid Editorial Internship - The San Fernando Valley Business Journal is seeking a spring semester and/or summer intern to assist our editorial department. Candidate: College student or graduate; No specific level or major required; A major in journalism, communications, English, business or political science is a plus. Time Period: Seeking semester intern for the spring, summer or both (Could use spring interns as early as January). Hours: 8 hours/week, likely to be split over two days per week. Pay: $8/hour. Location: Woodland Hills. Duties: The intern will assist the editorial department with research and writing tasks. There will be opportunities to work on articles and have work published in the paper. Skills: The candidate should have an understanding of grammar and writing. About us: The San Fernando Valley Business Journal is a bi-weekly publication that covers business news in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding communities. Please e-mail your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, please contact Joshua Dausch at (818) 316-3130.