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Internship Opportunities January 26 - January 30

Social Media InternshipSocial Media Assistant Position at LA-Based Food Blog (Calabasas):
10-15 hours per week, paid, can be flexible and most done remotely.
OrnaBakes is a rapidly expanding food blog, specializing in Weight Watchers friendly recipes, food finds, and weight loss tips.
Looking for a social media wiz with some blogging experience. Must be a brilliant self-starter who can come up with creative ways to reach the masses with a great product! Must pay attention to detail and not need micro managing. Must be a fast learner. Fellow “foodie” who is passionate about cooking and healthy eating—with knowledge of the Weight Watchers program—is preferable.

• College grad or currently enrolled in college in the Los Angeles area
• Must be extremely proficient on the following social media platforms:Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google Plus
• Must be Mac-savvy and own a Mac computer, plus an iPad or iPhone
• Proficient in Evernote, WordPress, iPhoto, Excel, MailChimp
• Knowledgeable in photoediting and optimizing pics for different social media sites

Tasks Include:
• Cleaning up Pinterest boards, changing the copy where necessary, tagging
• Mastering and using Ahalogy (exciting new App still in Beta) to set up and schedule Pins
• Set up and organize Pinning Schedule in Excel Spreadsheet
• Manage Shopping Lists (Target/Trader Joe’s/Costco) and post specific items on Pinterest
• Posting on Facebook page and Facebook Brand pages
• Maintain Instagram Account
• Posting on Google Plus/linking and reaching out to brands
• Check Google Analytics and see what is working and how they can be improved
• Improve OrnaBakes branding
• Increase Twitter following and reaching out to brands via Twitter
• Creating blogposts 

Send cover letter and resume to

Public Relations InternshipPR / New Media - KMPR is a small Indie PR Company looking for a part-time intern to assist with various entertainment related public relations campaigns. Responsibilities include: developing press kits, tracking media coverage, drafting and editing press releases and media alerts, collecting press clips, creating and developing media lists, assisting with on-site PR coordination at red carpet events and music conferences and managing the company's social networking sites. Minimum 12-18 hrs a week. Interested candidates should send resume to to set up an interview. 

Science Journalism Internship The AAAS Pitts Family Foundation Minority Science Writers Internship is for undergraduates who are interested in journalism as a career and who want to learn about science writing. In addition to improving their skills, the program seeks to make a dent in the demographics of the profession: Although science is a global activity, the journalists who cover it don't reflect that diversity.

Funded by the Pitts Family Foundation, the internship takes place each summer at the Washington, D.C. headquarters of AAAS's Science magazine, the largest interdisciplinary journal in the world. Interns spend ten weeks at Science under the guidance of award-winning reporters and editors practicing what science writers do for a living. They have a chance to meet leading scientists, attend conferences and hearings, and cover breaking news. Interns are expected to contribute to all facets of the news operation, including writing bylined articles for the print magazine and online news service, engaging in social media, and contributing to other news products.

Interns receive a weekly stipend as well as the cost of a round-trip ticket to and from Washington, D.C. The internship runs from early June to mid-August. This year's application deadline is March 1, 2015. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate academic program at the time they submit their application.

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Public Relations Internship - Based in Woodland Hills, Productivity PR’s internship program offers college students and recent graduates the opportunity to learn and develop the skills necessary for a successful career in the public relations field.  As an intern, you will have the opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience researching and building media lists using Cision, learning to comfortably and proactively pitch reporters, coordinating editorial coverage results, writing press releases and editorial pitch letters, social media marketing for consumer products, brainstorming, planning, etc.

Intern candidates must have good communication/people skills, strong writing skills, be comfortable speaking on the phone, creativity, and have a genuine interest in public relations.  Recent graduates (with a degree in PR, communications or marketing) or current students studying PR, journalism, marketing communications, or communications are preferred.

This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on public relations experience in a friendly and energetic atmosphere.

Roughly 11 - 20 hours a week.  Only local candidates please.  Please note that this is an unpaid internship for course credit and valuable experience (this is NOT a sales/marketing or HR position).

Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to