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Internships September 26 - September 30

Multimedia – Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication will be hosting a multimedia program from Jan. 1-6, 2012, for students within 12 months of graduation. Ten top students from leading U.S. journalism schools will be immersed into the newsroom of KPHO-TV, the CBS affiliate in Phoenix. Students will have an opportunity to produce their own reports with KHPO staff and participate in seminars with leading KHPO journalists and executives. Interested students should send a cover letter, a resume DVD, and a list of three references to susan.c.green@asu.edu. For questions, please contact Susan Green at (602) 496-0687. More information can be found at http://cronkite.asu.edu/experience/meredith.php

Print / Online / Broadcast / Photo - Nov. 1 is the deadline for students to apply for spring and summer reporting internships with the Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington Program. Students studying print, online, broadcast and photo journalism are eligible for the program. Interns earn a stipend of $2,520 for the 14-week spring term and $1,800 for the 10-week summer term. The program provides free housing in furnished apartments. Interns report for the Web-based Scripps Howard Foundation Wire and may also report for campus or hometown news organizations. Interns work with an experienced Washington editor to choose, report, and edit stories. Tours of Washington journalism and government institutions and guest speakers are part of the program. For more details and to apply, visit: http://www.shfwire.com. Click on “apply” and “reporting internship” to download the application form.

Communications - Worksite Wellness LA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1996. WWLA connects hardworking yet underserved employees, community volunteers and their families to healthy living and healthcare services information in Los Angeles County. The communications intern will be directly involved in communications of promotions, marketing, community relations and community outreach. Responsibilities include creating, developing and editing the newsletter and blog, designing the annual report, developing a Facebook page and updating the Website, creating and managing new online marketing initiatives, creating new communications material, and supporting media events. The qualifications for this job are excellent written communication skills, social media knowledge and interest, entrepreneurial spirit focused on innovation, flexibility and persistence, enthusiasm, being detail-oriented, multilingual is a plus, and an interest in social justice and community involvement is preferred. The internship is non-paid, and students should expect to work six to eight hours per week. Interested candidates should visit www.worksitewellnessla.org and email a cover letter and resume to lpardo@worksitewellnessla.org.
Editorial - 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 internship positions at our Mid-City office. Requirements for this position are solid reporting and writing skills, prior coursework in journalism or related experience with a student publication, reliable transportation, basic digital photography and videography skills, and the ability to work nights or weekends as needed. Responsibilities include about 12 hours per week (or more depending on credit hours needed) spent in the newsroom, assisting editorial staff with regular duties and assigned tasks, and blogging. There is no monetary compensation for newsroom work, but interns will receive payment on publication for assigned print articles. Email your cover letter, resume and clips to adamw@jewishjournal.com.

Public Relations - This is an unpaid internship with or without school credit. The company is looking for interns as they have two big upcoming events! Boutique PR firm needing assistance with basic duties such as answering calls, updating press lists/contact information, and helping with upcoming events. Major organizational skills required. Desired qualities: meticulous, good research skills, smarts, a go-getter, someone to give fresh ideas. Home office with dogs so must be an animal lover. Laid back environment, flexible hours. Laptop needed. Areas of focus: travel, food, wine, art, animal-arena, non-profit and event production. To apply send resume to raweil@aol.com.

Reporting – Single Parent Magazine is seeking a reporter to research and write stories as a fall semester intern. The stories will be edited and published on the magazine’s Website at www.singleparentmagazine.net. There is no monetary compensation, and interns are expected to work between 10 and 20 hours per week. Those interested can contact Michelle Linzy at mmlinzy@singleparentmagazine.net

Reporting / Photo / Editing / Design / Multimedia – The Denver Post is searching for summer 2012 interns to be a part of a hands-on staff as committed journalistic individuals. Applicants should have completed their junior year of college before summer of 2011. Students should demonstrate interest in print and online journalism and have supporting clips or a portfolio. A cover letter outlining which position most interests the applicant is required with the application as well as a list of three references. Application and other components should be mailed to Internship Recruiter, The Denver Post, 101 W. Colfax Ave., Suite 600, Denver, CO 80202. The deadline for applications is October 31, 2011. Students will questions can call (303) 954-1001 or visit www.denverpost.com/internships.