Category: Internship Types

Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum Internship

Posted: March 28, 2023


The Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum, Inc., a non-profit corporation founded in October 2002,  owns the Soulé Steam Feed Works historic site in Downtown Meridian, Mississippi. The museum promotes the heritage, labor, and innovation that influenced and shaped our country’s rise as an industrial and manufacturing pioneer. A nine-member board of directors governs the preservation and educational activities of the museum.

The Museum is seeking an intern to work with staff and volunteers to create an introductory video for visitors. Duties include videography, editing, scriptwriting, community outreach and marketing activities. The student intern will receive a salary of $4,000 for 8 weeks of work this summer. The program is funded by a grant from The Riley Foundation in Meridian.

Learn more about the museum & it’s mission here.

Apply by submitting a resume to

Turning Point Internships

Posted: November 17, 2022

What: Numerous Internship Positions

Where: Turning Point

Hours: Hourly commitments for each internship are flexible. Interns will only be held responsible for the time they commit to work in advance.

About the Company:

Turning Point is a local domestic violence and sexual assault services provider with a variety of internship opportunities. Their internships are personalized to your learning objectives; for example, advertising students may suggest and complete campaigns; public administration students may develop management strategies; communications students may create new educational materials; and more.

Internships Being Offered: 

  • Nonprofit Administration
    • Nonprofit administration interns dive into the details of administration. Interns learn about the coordination of donations, nonprofit record-keeping, responding to client needs, and numerous other nonprofit necessities.
  • Outreach and Engagement
    • Outreach and engagement interns learn about nonprofit branding, marketing, and outreach. Interns will assist in designing materials for distribution and creatively solving problems related to nonprofit marketing and outreach.
  • Social Work and Human Development
    • Social work and human development interns work directly with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault at our shelter. Interns will assist in daily shelter operations, such as case meetings, crisis calls, client scheduling, and more

Further explanation of all three roles can be found by accessing this Internship information document.

How to Apply: Interested applicants should send a cover letter explaining your interest and resume to Cadence Kupfner at

Alumni Hall – Tuscaloosa

Alumni Hall is a Collegiate Gameday Apparel & Accessory store with a passion to provide the best experience for students, alumni and fans. With 28 stores across the nation and 4 of them being in Alabama, Alumni Hall has now grown to become the hometown college store for some of the greatest fan bases in the country.

We are looking for PR/Marketing Interns to partake in duties for Alumni Hall’s social media and online presence. These duties will include:

  1. Providing strategic thinking for our marketing team and assisting them with pitching materials.
  2. Monitor and report updated current events related to Alabama’s on campus information.
  3. Conduct a Weekly Web update to send out to corporate including edits, reviews and social media ideas.
  4. Supply social media pictures for our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
  5. Assist the E-commerce Team in updating the Fan Faves for each school’s Home Page weekly.
  6. Marketing events in store or online.
  7. Work with the store staff to achieve sales goals.
  8. Perform related store duties as required.

Qualifications should include:

  1. Google proficiency; including: Docs, Sheets, Gmail and Google Drive
  2.  Knowledge of Alabama and Pro Sports
  3.  Strong verbal and communication skills

This paid position will be a minimum of 5 hours a week but can be increased to 20 hours. We are looking for interns during the summer, fall and spring semester.  Our position will be open to accommodate students’ schedules throughout the semester. Compensation will be discussed once hired.

If interested, students should email

Palm Beach County

PBC Marketing and Communications Internship

Assists and supports staff in the Marketing and Communications Department with collateral development, graphic design, development of new programs, social media content creation and monitoring, newsletter content, website content and editing, marketing research, media relations, and other marketing and communications duties as assigned.

Graduation from high school or an equivalent recognized certification; current enrollment in a college-level program.

 Using MS Word/Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Website HTML, Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator.

CREATE USER PROFILE in PBC Online Application System at PC Kiosks are available to submit online applications during business hours, at PBC Human Resources, 100 Australian Ave., WPB, FL 33406.

Submit PDF/printout of Profile or resume directly to:
Lacy Larson, Director of Communications, PBI
Palm Beach International Airport, Administration
Building 846 Palm Beach International (PBI) Airport
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Telephone: (561) 471-7400
Fax: (561) 471-7427

US Department of Defense

The biggest employer in the U.S. wants YOU to join their workforce!

The defense acquisition workforce consists of civilian and uniformed personnel at the DoD who design, procure, test, deliver and sustain the most technologically advanced systems and services in the world to ensure our service members have the tools they need to successfully perform their missions and come home safely. Everything our service members use—from portable water purification systems to tanks—are procured through the acquisition workforce. The DoD relies on its acquisition workforce—91% of whom are civilians—to negotiate and administer contracts worth over $500 billion a year in goods and services, and to ensure that these contracts provide maximum value at the best cost to the taxpayers.

There are nearly 150,000 civilians in the acquisition workforce spanning 15 career fields, including engineering, ITprogram managementcontracting and business. Because of the diverse skillsets needed in the world of acquisition, knowledge from nearly all college majors can be applied to different careers in defense acquisition.

Are there paid summer internship opportunities available in defense acquisition?

Yes, now there are! On September 1st, the DoD launched the College Acquisition Internship Program for the summer of 2019. Students selected to participate will spend the summer working alongside acquisition workforce professionals at agencies such as Missile Defense Agency, Defense Contract Audit AgencyNaval Sea Systems Command and Defense Contract Management Agency in multiple locations across the U.S. During the internship, students will receive hands-on practical experience in analysis, research, report-writing, oral briefings, policy development, program analysis and acquisition-specific computer applications.

Not from one of the states with an Internship location? Not a problem! Unlike other internship programs, the DoD College Acquisition Internship Program offers a relocation stipend for eligible summer interns. Students who successfully complete all intern program requirements may also have the opportunity to convert to a full-time, permanent position upon graduation (which includes the awesome benefits associated with working for the federal government).

Define your future by applying for the DoD College Acquisition Internship Program today. Check out for more details!