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.

HSEMA’s internship program provides real-world knowledge and experience in emergency management, homeland security efforts, and intelligence analysis. Our internship program seeks qualified graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in or majoring in:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Criminal Justice
  • Emergency Management
  • English Writing – Rhetoric
  • Homeland Security
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Information Technology/Computer Science
  • International Relations
  • Journalism
  • Law/Government
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration/Policy
  • Public Relations

A highly qualified applicant will possess the following: self-motivation, attention to detail, critical thinking skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

The HSEMA Internship Program is offered in three sessions each year: Fall, Winter, and Summer. We are currently accepting applications for the Winter session, which begins January 14, 2019, and ends April 12, 2019. For the Winter session, submit your application by October 25, 2018. Please submit the following information via email: hsema.internship@dc.gov

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Writing sample
  • One (1) letter of recommendation on official letterhead from an academic or professional reference
  • Most recent transcript
  • Proof of current enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program (enrollment can be supported by a transcript or an official letter from school administration. It cannot be a letter from a professor.)
  • Indicate the particular internship opportunity in the email subject line and cover letter

*To apply, you must be a US citizen. All applications are subject to a background check.

Please send any questions regarding the Internship Program or the application process to hsema.internship@dc.gov.

AppleCare College Advisor

This job is for students who want to become the friendly voice of Apple. Students in this position would answer the call for customers contacting Apple for help. They would provide world-class customer experience, troubleshooting, and technical support.

This position is paid and comes with full corporate benefits including tuition reimbursement, paid time off, discounts, Employee Stock Purchase Plans, and the opportunity to make a difference.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work schedule designed around class schedule
  • Receive a comprehensive training
  • Experience growth and career development

 

For more information and to apply, visit www.apple.com/jobs/us/college_advisor.html.

This is a communications internship that will focus on branding of the TCPS via Facebook, website, and other possible social media sources. The internship will also include an advertising campaign that is cost effective and to be quickly administered. This internship is not paid.

Internship Information

  • Location of Internship: Jemison Mansion
  • Internship Start Date: 10/22/18
  • Internship End Date: 12/3/18
  • Application Deadline: 10/18/19

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • outgoing personality
  • team player
  • able to communicate effectively
  • proficient with working multiple types of software

 

Email resume to info@historictuscaloosa.org to apply.

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 http://www.hci.mil/dodcareers/internship.html for more details!

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the director of Education, Marketing & Communications with weekly and daily tasks related to articles
  • Write articles related to commercial and residential real estate as well as other sectors related to real estate

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic knowledge of AP style
  • Self-motivated
  • Function well with deadlines
  • Know how to communicate effectively with stakeholders across the industry
  • Know or be able to adapt to real estate subject matter
  • Journalism experience a plus

 

This is a paid internship. Applications are open. Email resume to cmoman@culverhouse.ua.edu to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Director of Education Marketing & Communications with the creation of infographics to accompany monthly research reports
  • Create flyers and posters in support of ACRE events
  • Create compelling graphics for social media posts

REQUIREMENTS

  • Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator
  • Proficiency in Photoshop
  • Basic knowledge of digital media design

 

This is a paid internship. Applications are open. Email resume to cmoman@culverhouse.ua.edu to apply.

ACRE is looking for an assistant to work with technology, production, and radio. This is a paid internship.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the Director of Education Marketing & Communications with recording video at ACRE events for archival and promotional purposes.
  • Assist with development and production of webinars and podcasts

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must have experience editing video
  • Experienced with Adobe Audition and Premiere
  • Prior podcast experience a plus

 

Applications are open. Email a resume to cmoman@culverhouse.ua.edu.

DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management

The Communications Bureau is responsible for sharing the Agency’s story through public education, media, training seminars, social media, preparedness events, and community meetings and assists the Executive Office of the Mayor in the coordination of crisis communications during emergencies. Successful candidates will be expected to work in the following capacities: assist the Communications Bureau with its social media efforts (producing content and measuring results for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram), work with HSEMA’s Community Outreach Team to plan and coordinate outreach events for District residents; assist the Communications Bureau Chief with research on emergency preparedness communication best practices; write content for websites and additional emergency preparedness products for public distribution; and assist with additional administrative tasks as assigned.

Qualifications

A.     Must be proficient in using digital marketing tools (social media platforms, content management system) and demonstrate ability to offer recommendations based on digital and social media analytics

B.     Demonstrated interest in emergency management and homeland security issues

C.     Excellent written and oral communications skills required (must be able communicate specific, sometimes complex ideas to supervisors and District residents)

D.     Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

E.     Bilingual or American Sign Language fluent applicants will receive particular consideration

To apply for this internship or view more, visit Handshake.

Communications Co-op/Intern Position

About Direct Communications

Direct Communications, one of Alabama’s most dynamic public relations firms and located in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama, is seeking a communications Co-op/Intern student.  We will provide you with challenging, hands-on experiences in a practical, learning environment. With client sectors ranging from healthcare, energy, environment, conservation, general business and governmental entities, your broad-range of experiences obtained while with Direct Communications, will serve as a springboard to a wide-range of career options upon graduation.

Co-op/Intern Description

Our ideal candidates are students who are juniors or seniors majoring in Communications, Public Relations, Political Science or Journalism.  Students should be ambitious, self-starters with excellent writing, communication, computer/technology/digital skills, as well as possessing excellent professional and organizational skills.

Qualifications

  • Entering junior or senior year, in-process of bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications, journalism, or related field of study
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and outstanding proofing skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to multi-task and work as part of a team
  • Desire to learn and grow career-building skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, PDF and Photoshop editing, is a plus

Responsibilities

Co-op/Intern students should be prepared to enter a professional office and be motivated to work hard each day. Duties include, but are not limited to: preparing a wide selection of written and creative materials, monitoring news coverage (traditional and digital) for client issues, facilitating a variety of social media engagement and analysis, maintaining reporter databases, and conducting research into strategic communications best practices, website development and graphic design support.

Details

  • Full Time (40 hours a week)
  • One semester duration:
    • Spring, Summer, Fall semesters
  • Location: Birmingham, AL
  • Compensation: $1,600 per month. We will also assist in providing college credit, if needed.

Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to Charlotte Smith at info@dcwins.com to be considered and to schedule an interview.

The ACLU of Alabama seeks a dynamic Communications Intern to develop and implement a variety of communications strategies to build support for the ACLU’s work. An affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the mission of the ACLU of Alabama is to protect and advance the civil rights and civil liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution.  This unpaid internship is part-time and has a flexible schedule.

Key Responsibilities:

Interns will work under the direct supervision of the Communications Manager and will have an opportunity to work with the office on a variety of projects and campaigns. Key responsibilities may include:

  • Developing, creating, and editing content for the ACLU of Alabama’s website and social media platforms.

  • Assisting the Communications Manager with media outreach, such as drafting press releases or talking points.

  • Designing and writing materials that advance educational and advocacy initiatives.

  • Researching best practices and analyzing data to gather ideas and identify areas of improvement.

  • Handling administrative tasks as needed, such as updating web pages and tracking media placements.

Desired Qualifications:

  • A commitment to diversity, civil liberties, and social justice.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills. Fluency in another language is a plus but not required.

  • Must be a self-starter, highly organized, and detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills and willing to work in a fast-paced environment.

  • Experience with graphic design, web design, video editing, and/or social media.

 To Apply:

Please send a resume, cover letter, and one-page writing sample to rseungbickley@aclualabama.org. Reference “Internship Application” and your first and last name in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

The ACLU of Alabama is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender individuals, people over 55, and people with a criminal record.

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: