Newspaper - The San Fernando Business Journal, a bi-weekly newspaper located in Woodland Hills, is offering a paid internship for Summer 2011. The intern will have the opportunity to gain a wide range of experience including writing hard news and feature news, as well as being involved in research for special projects. Interested candidates must send a resume and cover letter to editor, Jason Schaff at email@example.com The internship will start June 1.
Public Relations - RL Public Relations + Marketing, Inc., an agency dedicated in developing breakthrough media relations, special events and grass roots programs, is currently seeking an intern for its Los Angeles office. Intern must have a bachelors degree in public relations or related field. Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more information on RL Public Relations + Marketing, Inc visit RL Public Relations.
Online - Demand Media, a social media company, is seeking 12 interns for the Summer of 2011 to work at their Santa Monica office. Interns will have the opportunity to publish bylines on their sites and blogs, understand the online publishing world, receive private workshops in marketing, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Excel. Intern responsibilities include: pitching and writing original articles, blogs posts or features, attend weekly editorial meetings, participate in brainstorming sessions and complete a long-term final project. Interested candidates must be enrolled in college courses and maintain a 3.0 GPA or better. Previous publishing experience and familiarity with social media are a plus. To apply, please submit a resume and writing sample to email@example.com.
Senator Dianne Feinstein Internship - Senator Dianne Feinstein's Los Angeles office is seeking college motivated students for internship positions for their summer and fall sessions. Some responsibilities include: conducting research, drafting correspondence, answering phone calls and administrative support. Students must have some familiarity with the American political system and current events. Interns must commit to at least 12 hours a week. Strong writing and communication skills are a plus. Interested students should submit their resume, cover letter, three academic/professional references (contact information) and a one page writing sample to Stevy_Loy@feinstein.senate.gov. All majors are welcome.
Reporter - The Daily News is looking for students for their Metro section. Interns will primarily cover news events in the San Fernando Valley, but will also take short rotations with sports, features and online. The applicant must have experience in writing for a school publication. Interns will work three days a week for 12 weeks from June through August, including occasional weekends. The pay is $8 an hour, plus the potential of a $1,000 stipend from CCNMA. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and 3-5 clips of news or feature stories that have been printed in a school or professional publication to Harrison Sheppard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online - Back Page Magazine, a music and entertainment Website, launching this summer, is looking for an intern with a drive and passion for music. The new Website will be magazine format, and will focus on music and musicians from the 60s, 70s and 80s. The ideal candidate would be a current journalism student. Duties include: contacting and interviewing musicians/agents and writing articles on topics related to the music industry. Experience with photography, video, Website maintenance, WordPress and social networking are a plus. This part-time internship pays $10 an hour in addition to any school credit needed. Schedule is flexible. To apply, submit a cover letter expressing your particular strengths and/or related experience (put this in the body of your email), an attached writing sample (.doc preferred), or link to your work or blog and "pitch" any stories you would ideally like to pursue. Humorous or satirical perspectives are welcomed. Submit these items to email@example.com, attn: Mass Ferguson.