This webpage serves as a resource for C&IS students to search for internships in communication and media. The job postings are intended for all undergraduate majors and are for internships located in the state, region and internationally. No representations are made about the job postings included on this site. Advertisement of these job postings should not be interpreted as an endorsement or otherwise encouragement for students to apply for positions. Students bear the burden of researching all employers, and terms of employment, before responding to the job postings.
UA’s School of Social Work is looking to hire a student worker proficient in the areas of writing, editing and proof reading for a paid position. The student will work directly under the school’s communication specialist. Interested students should email Adrienne Nettles.
Saint Mark United Methodist Church in Northport, AL is searching for a part-time Social Media Specialist. The primary purpose of this position is to plan and execute a social media strategy that will provide platform-specific content for Saint Mark UMC that is helpful, relevant and sharable. This person will develop a digital presence that will tell the Saint Mark story and serve the audience of each platform including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. This position will also maintain and update the church’s website. For a complete job description go to www.smumchurch.com. Submit resumes to Dr. Mark Lacey, Senior Pastor, at email@example.com.
Most strategic marketers spend a great deal of time developing and talking about “insights” within their brand ecosystems (the competition, the product, the media mix, and of course the consumer). The problem is, many so-called consumer insights are merely observations about WHAT people think and do. Certainly interesting. Sometimes helpful. But when all is said and done, that’s not particularly insightful.
True insight reveals WHY people think and behave the way they do. Our “Insight Team” is charged with both understanding the why as well as identifying how we can leverage persuasive psychology to shape a particular action. This is the underpinning of all the work we do at Intermark.
Our group imagination comes from our diverse and talented team. We have experts in marketing, digital, social, PR and media, as well as our own production studio — all under one roof. That wide range of creative disciplines helps us see all the capabilities of your brand. And that 360-degree thinking leads to smarter and better-connected ideas. Teams include: Strategic Planning, Creative, Media, Production, Interactive, Public Relations, Small Business and Social Media.
As a summer intern at Intermark Group, you’ll be thrown headfirst into the agency life. The first couple weeks of the summer, you’ll work within your assigned department to learn more about the ins and outs of advertising. You will have the opportunity to sit in on brainstorming meetings, assist on real accounts, and explore the work we produce. All interns will also help plan our annual company picnic, monthly birthday celebrations and other fun events.
At the end of the summer, the interns will collaboratively create and present a pitch to a real-life client. If you want to learn more about how the advertising business really is and experience a better opportunity to confidently prepare you for the workforce, we highly suggest you apply for an exciting summer as an intern at Intermark.
Positions include: Account Service, Art Direction/Design, Copywriting, Digital Account Service, Media, Public Relations and Automotive Analytics.
How to Apply
For details, visit http://www.intermarkinternship.com/. To apply, email your resume, cover letter, writing samples and/or design samples or online portfolio – depending, of course, on what you are applying for — to the appropriate email address below. Be sure to let us know about specific classes you have taken or other work or internship experience. Note: Remember, the more we know about you, the higher your chances for making it into the final selection stage.
Application Deadline: March 1
Internship Dates: May – August
Account Services – firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Direction/Design – email@example.com
Copywriting – firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital – email@example.com
Media – firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Relations – email@example.com
Intern Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Motion Graphics – email@example.com
About Marshall Space Flight Center
The Marshall Space Flight Center’s capabilities and experience are essential to nearly every facet of NASA’s mission of exploration and discovery. NASA missions supported by the Marshall Center include: Chandra X-ray Observatory, Discovery Program, Hinode, International Space Station, New Frontiers Program and Technology Demonstrators Missions. Additional information available at https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/overview.html.
About Public Affairs Internship
As part of your internship, you’ll identify and tackle a public affairs problem relevant to NASA and our audiences’ needs — including media, employees and the public at large. The position would offer exposure to the NASA public affairs, media relations and social media enterprise with emphasis on media and multimedia writing with specific focus on developing creative content for use on various social media channels. You’ll participate in a poster session, where you’ll present your work to a broad audience and submit a final written paper describing your research and results. Summer applicants must apply by March 1. Applications available at https://intern.nasa.gov.
When applying, search for Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) and Public Affairs or Communications office listings.
Of particular interest are students who can take initiative, write for the web and bring creative ideas to MSFC’s social media strategy.
Looking for an exciting PR internship this summer? Walker Sands Communications is looking for an energetic, detail-oriented person to serve as our summer public relations intern at our new Seattle office.
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!
Throughout 12 weeks as a PR intern, you’ll be responsible for developing media lists, conceptualizing pitches, writing press releases and preparing contributed articles. As part of a growing office, you’ll be a contributing member of the team from day one. This means you’ll get the chance to play your part in helping to grow our West Coast presence, reputation and maybe even a tradition or two.
To succeed in this role, you should have superb writing skills and the ability to conduct web research. You must also possess a sound grasp on grammar and the editing experience to make mediocre writing stronger. If typos jump off the page at you, it’s a good sign. It’s important to have a genuine interest in the media, trends and what makes a good story. If you are a news addict or a journalist wannabe, you’ll do well here.
As part of one of Seattle’s best PR internships, you’ll work on a small team managing a number of clients that specialize in B2B sales and a variety technology sectors. This will require you to think on your feet and change gears quickly. At the end of this internship, you’ll have had in-depth exposure to what it’s really like to work as a PR professional.
Based in Birmingham with clients across the country, BIG is an independent, digital agency that advances and emboldens hungry, challenger brands. And we want to work with brands – and people – that have something to prove, whether that’s to their competitors, the market, their coworkers, or themselves. Our mission is to make a positive impact on our city and state by producing work that the outside world can’t imagine came from here. We are always looking for candidates and future teammates that have two increasingly important characteristics: coachability and relentlessness. Because work ethic and willingness to learn beat talent all day, every day.
BIG offers internships in PR, Media, Account Services and Content teams. Internships are available in spring, summer and fall semesters. Current internships are listed on the BIG website at http://bigcom.com/careers/positions/.
The United States is one of the world’s largest markets for civil and military aircraft, helicopters and space activities. More than just a marketplace in which to sell, the U.S. has long been a valued industrial partner to Airbus. Since 1990, Airbus has spent some $200 billion dollars with hundreds of U.S. suppliers – $48 billion in the last three years alone. That spending helps support 275,000 American jobs. That business also makes Airbus the largest export company for the U.S. aerospace industry.
Fabrice Brégier places the ceremonial placard at the FAL in Mobile, Alabama
The inauguration event for Airbus’ U.S. Manufacturing Facility – held 14 September 2015 – culminated with the placement of a ceremonial placard on a component of the first aircraft to be produced in Mobile, Alabama
Airbus directly employs more than 3,200 people across the U.S. at a growing network of businesses and facilities. Among them are two assembly lines that produce “made-in-America” commercial airliners as well as helicopters for both military and civilian customers; two engineering centers; and an aircraft spares facility that stocks nearly all the proprietary hardware used on Airbus aircraft. The company also has a large in-country training center for pilots, crews and maintenance personnel that operate its jetliners; and runs a subsidiary offering air traffic management products and services.
Airbus is offering a unique opportunity for AGUPP students to gain international experience across Airbus businesses. There are 40 paid internships in 9 strategic & digital-oriented projects that await applications.
Why should students apply?
• Join exciting innovative projects
• Solve real-life aerospace challenges
• Develop international & intercultural teamwork skills
• Learn from world-class experts
• Enjoy special development opportunities
Open to: Bachelor or Master degree students
Starting from: May (some flexibility)
Duration: 3 to 6 months
Locations: France / Germany / Spain
Deadline to apply: Apply as soon as possible as vacancies remain.
How to Apply
Additional information available from Airbus online at http://agupp.info/internships/IIP.pdf. Please ensure you mention your UNIVERSITY and DEPARTMENT when completing the first page of the application form under
the field: Name of Educational Establishment.
With its broad roster of new stars and legendary artists, Warner Music Group is home to a collection of the best-known record labels in the music industry including Asylum, Atlantic, Big Beat, Canvasback, East West, Elektra, Erato, FFRR, Fueled by Ramen, Nonesuch, Parlophone, Reprise, Rhino, Roadrunner, Sire, Warner Bros., Warner Classics, and Warner Music Nashville, as well as Warner/Chappell Music, one of the world’s leading music publishers, with a catalog of more than one million copyrights worldwide.
Job Title: Emerging Talent Associate
A little bit about our team:
Warner Music Group’s Emerging Talent Program (ETP) is a paid program designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply their skills and previous experiences to the music industry. This multidimensional, hands-on program begins by matching students to specific departments across WMG’s companies, based on their interests, for a semester-long experience. ETP is offered during the summer, fall and spring semesters.
ADA (Alternative Distribution Alliance)
Nashville Center of Excellence (COE)
Warner Music Nashville (WMN)
Warner Bros. Records (WBR)
Warner Music Latina (WML)
WEA (Warner Elektra Atlantic)
Why this could be your next big break:
The ideal Emerging Talent Associate candidate will be passionate and knowledgeable about the music industry and its trends and embody Warner Music Group’s core values. Candidates must be professionally motivated and driven to make a career in this ever changing industry. We are looking for individuals who have a track record of success in a similar role and who has had experience with various parts of the music industry.
Here you’ll get to:
Upon joining our team, associates are fully immersed in the day-to-day activities of their assigned department. They will participate in strategic meetings, help to solve key business issues, network with our senior leadership, and offer their ideas and perspectives in order to further WMG’s global success. In addition to gaining unparalleled industry experience, working as an Emerging Talent Associate ensures that you will obtain access to incredible development opportunities, such as our Capstone Project where students will develop a business idea for Warner Music Group, based off of their department, present in front of our executives and gain real time feedback on their ideas.
Rockstar candidates will be able to:
It would be music to our ears if you also had:
Interested in being our next summer associate? Here are our areas of opportunity:
Why join us?
Warner Music Group is proud of its Emerging Talent Program , the professional development we offer to our WMG students, and the alumni network we’ve built across the country. Warner Music Group is all about our people. We are one global company made up of the most knowledgeable, passionate, and creative people in our business.
It is the mission of every member of the WMG team around the world to create a nurturing environment for artists, songwriters, and the people behind the music, every stage of their career. We strive to set WMG apart from the rest of the industry by embracing a philosophy of innovation that is part of our company’s DNA.
Consider a career at WMG and be a part of one of the biggest forces in music today.
Thanks for your interest in working for Warner Music Group. We love it here, and think you will too.
Our Company is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and will not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, religion, ethnicity, national Origin, alienage or citizenship, disability, marital status, familial status, military or veteran status, or any other legal recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.
Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws and the Company complies with all applicable reasonable accommodation requirements which such laws may require. Accordingly, please inform the Company’s Human Resources representative if you need an accommodation in order for you to complete any employment application-related forms or otherwise to participate in the application or selection process for the position for which you are applying. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the way things are normally done which will ensure an equal employment opportunity and will enable applicants to participate in the application and selection process and for employees to perform the essential functions of their jobs without imposing undue hardship on our Company. The Company also will make reasonable accommodations to an applicants or employee’s religious beliefs and practices as may be required by law, unless an undue hardship would result.
To apply for this internship and more, visit Handshake.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) has paid internship opportunities for Summer supported by the Robert Frederick Smith Fund for the Digitization and Curation of African American History. NMAAHC offers these internships to increase participation of groups who are underrepresented in the museum field. Opportunities take place in Washington, DC; Durham, NC; Pittsburgh, PA; Daytona Beach, FL; and Montgomery, AL.
Deadline: Applications are due in March for summer
For full position descriptions, visit the Smith Fund Internships website: https://nmaahc.si.edu/RFSInterns.
1. Digitization – 1 position at NMAAHC in Washington, DC
2. Integrated Marketing Media – 1 position at NMAAHC in Washington, DC
3. Web Content – 1 position at NMAAHC in Washington, DC
4. Oral History Transcription – 2 positions at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL
5. Oral History – 2 positions at the National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University in Montgomery, AL
6. Collections Management – 1 position at the Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, PA
7. Oral History and Digitization – 1 position at Stagville State Historic Site in Durham, NC
All internships are 12 weeks (35-40 hours per week) and paid a stipend of $600 per week. An additional $150 per week stipend for housing and transportation is available based on applicant need.
Interns will participate in formal mentorship and a calendar of professional development workshops.
Email RFSInternships@si.edu or call 202-633-4511 with questions.
Undergraduate students having completed at least one year of study, graduate students, and individuals working in the field less than 2 years.
Instructions for Washington, DC positions:https://nmaahc.si.edu/learn/internships-fellowships/internship-application-process
Application Portal: https://solaa.si.edu/solaa/#/public
For positions in NC, FL, PA, and AL, complete the application cover sheet and e-mail all materials as Word or PDF attachments to RFSInternships@si.edu.
Required documents for all positions:
To apply for this internship and more, visit Handshake.
The Museum Seminar (MuSe) Internship Program awards ten-week, nine-month, or twelve-month internships to students interested in a career in the arts and fields related to The Met’s many departments, at both The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. In addition to developing skills through projects within Museum departments, interns participate in a weekly seminar series and interact directly with the Museum’s visitors by leading public tours in the galleries.
Long-term nine-month and twelve-month internships are also available. These long-term interns fully participate in the MuSe program during the summer.
The MuSe Internship Program begins on the first Monday in June. All interns must start on this date; there are no exceptions. Ten-week internships end the second week of August, when the summer MuSe program concludes. Long-term interns remain and work with their supervisors for the remainder of their internship periods.
The Met strongly encourages applications from students who are members of groups underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts. Applications for summer are due each January — we will not accept any applications or application materials.
For more information, please see our website: https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/internships/undergraduate-and-graduate-students/summer
Each intern is placed in one of the Museum’s departments under the supervision of a full-time staff member. The Met has over forty department areas that host interns from a wide variety of academic backgrounds with an interest in art and museums. For example, students majoring in computer science can apply to intern in our Digital Department or Information Systems & Technology. Art history and other humanities students gain valuable experience not only in our curatorial departments, but also in areas like Editorial, Education, External Affairs, or Development. Studio art, design, or photography majors have thrived in areas like Digital, Graphic or Exhibition Design, Imaging, or as part of our Creative Practice team in Education. Our Department of Scientific Research often welcomes students with a strong background in science.
Interns may also be placed at The Met Cloisters to work on education, library, or curatorial projects. The departmental placement will be onsite at The Met Cloisters, but these interns will participate fully in orientation and all other intern activities and programs. If you have a specific interest in The Met Cloisters, be sure to select this museum area on your application.
To apply for this internship and more, visit Handshake.
UA Career Center - The UA Career Center partners with students as they explore possibilities, develop skills and connect with opportunities. Log on to Crimson Careers to review additional internships and full-time employment opportunities.
Industry Immersion - Consider an Industry Immersion trip to visit a city of interest and network with industry professionals over three days and four nights.
If you are seeking course credit for your internships, please contact the Internship Coordinator for your major to make these arrangements prior to the term in which your internship will begin: