Multimedia - Jyra International, a Los Angeles-based media and information company, is accepting applications for a 2012 Spring Intern who must receive college credit for the internship. The company has only one spot left for those interested. Jyra International provides content both to television and online news organizations. The objective of the internship program is to enhance students’ knowledge of the journalism industry. The company’s internship is designed to give students experiences that complement their academic endeavors. The program provides interns an opportunity to participate in the daily operations of the company. A significant portion of the intern’s experience will be participation in covering sports stories. Therefore, this internship is suited for a student who has a keen interest in, and an understanding of a variety of sports rules and current events. Please provide all of the following in your email or in an attachment to your email: a résumé, written proof of enrollment in a college credit internship course, a statement about any sports background, a list of the five major sports and a significant, current event happening in each, what you would provide to the company as an intern, information about your work ethic, future career goals, and availability. Email all information and supporting attachments to email@example.com.
Sports Writing - Any students interested in a career in sports writing now have the opportunity to intern with Major League Baseball. Interns will cover one of 30 teams next summer with a pay of $500 in a 10-week program. Those interested should submit 5-10 published articles, a list of references, and a 750-word essay on why MLB.com should select you to the provided address. Applications for the 2012 Major League Baseball Internship must be postmarked by November 30. Flexibility on where you could be sent for coverage will aid the chances of receiving the internship. Students graduating in December are still eligible. Any submissions or questions should be submitted to Bill Hill, Assistant Managing Editor/ MLB.com, Major League Baseball/Western Operations, 2415 E. Camelback Road, Suite 850, Phoenix, AZ 85016.