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Internship Title: Corporate Communications Intern
Department: Public Relations
Reports to: Corporate Communications Manager
Location: Atlanta, GA

Position Objective:

This position exists to assist the Corporate Communications team with daily coordination and implementation of corporate and internal communications duties. Overall responsibilities include writing, editing, event planning and presentation development.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Write and edit Intranet articles and blog posts on a daily basis
  • Write and edit employee email communications
  • Assist with planning of & provide on-site support for internal events
  • Assist with planning and provide on-site support for student field trips
  • Provide planning and on-site support for local community events
  • Create PowerPoint presentations
  • Track and respond to sponsorship requests
  • Track media requests
  • Create wrap-up reports for various events and projects

Qualifications: Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications (Public Relations, Journalism or related field), or equivalent background in related field of study.

Experience (Job and Industry):

  • Prior internship experience in communications/public relations/media relations
  • Experience writing for college newspaper, local publications or online blogs

Contact: Cathy Knott (Recruiter): External.Cathy.Knott@porsche.us.

Southwest Airlines is seeking interns for Spring in the Communications Department for the Campus Reach Internship opportunity.  The position will close in September. Summer applications will begin late October.

Contact: Chelsea Buechler – People Intern – People Department – 214.792.4332

More information: https://www.southwest.com/assets/pdfs/careers/campus_reach_brochure.pdf. To apply: www.southwest.com/internships

 

CORPORATE COMMUNICATION INTERN

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop strategic communication plans for a variety of company initiatives and on a variety of subjects including: Culture, Awards, Executive Platforms, health and benefits, facilities, safety, and campus communication.
  • Assist with measurement and reporting for Executive Platforms
  • Help create content for a number of our channels including: digital signs, LUVLines (internal print magazine), blogs on SWALife (Company intranet), multimedia project requests,
  • Monitor and respond to Speakers Bureau requests

 

EDUCATION:

  • Progress towards degree, major, or minor in a Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Emerging Media, Business or Communications related field required.
  • Minimum junior status or above.
  • To be eligible must be currently enrolled as a full time student (minimum 12 credit hours).
  • Maintained 3.0 or above cumulative GPA.

 

Experience:

Communications related work experience preferred (part-time jobs, internships, etc).
Writing experience preferred (school newsletter, business, or creative).
Leadership experience is a plus.
Participation in trade/industry organizations, community involvement, and/or school clubs preferred.
Event planning experience preferred.

Skills/Abilities/Knowledge/Work Style:

Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Must possess a strong proficiency of the English language, including superior grammar, spelling, and organizational skills.

Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.
Must have a passion for social media.
Understanding of the airline/travel industry is a plus.
Ability to work independently and the willingness to function as part of a Team.
Ability to handle multiple projects under tight deadlines and work well under pressure.
Must have ability to comprehend, proofread, and edit a variety of documents with a keen eye for accuracy and attention to detail.
Must handle confidential and sensitive information with the utmost professionalism.
Must be able to present self well to meet public and have the ability to present in large or small settings. Public speaking skills and/or experience a plus.

Provide the following information (if requested):

Resume, unofficial transcript.,“Why Southwest Airlines” essay (Length determined by author), one press release writing sample – published or un-published, letters of recommendation.

Time Commitment: Full-time – 40 hours/week. 

PAY:

$12 hourly + flight privileges

This position is located in Dallas, Texas at the Southwest Airlines Headquarters building. Apply online at www.southwest.com/careers

 


COMMUNICATIONS OR PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Intern will support communications within one of the following Teams:  Corporate, Commercial, Editorial, Measurement & Analytics, or Operational.

Public Relations (Commercial)

  • Develop strategic communication plans for a variety of company initiatives and on a variety of subjects including: New city and new route launches, international, music and entertainment, marketing, network and schedule planning.
  • Prepare written communications, such as news releases, media alerts, blogs, and social media copy.
  • Assist with day-to-day event coordination, including news events, local market events, and escorting media.
  • Public Relations administrative duties, updating media contact lists in Vocus, and media follow up calls.

Corporate Communication

  • Develop strategic communication plans for a variety of company initiatives and on a variety of subjects including: Culture, Awards, Executive Platforms, health and benefits, facilities, safety, and campus communication.
  • Assist with measurement and reporting for Executive Platforms
  • Help create content for a number of our channels including: digital signs, LUVLines (internal print magazine), blogs on SWALife (Company intranet), multimedia project requests,
  • Monitor and respond to Speakers Bureau requests

Editorial

  • Writing and content creation/curation of articles and blog posts
  • Editing and proofreading Company material
  • Content management for our external blog
  • Production assistance with our internal, weekly news program

Measurement & Analytics

  • Assist with measurement reports and ROI analysis on various communications campaigns and business initiatives.
  • Interested in data mining to find trends in news media and social media coverage.
  • Familiarity with Google Analytics, Radian 6, Cision Media Monitoring, Facebook Insights, Omniture, and other monitoring/analytics tools and databases. 

Operational Communication

  • Write and edit departmental articles/memos, blog posts, newsletters, and internal magazine stories.
  • Manage and design content for Companywide digital monitors.
  • Serve as communication liaison to field locations and/or other departments and develop strategic communication plans.
  • Assist with special projects.

Depending on the position, duties can include but are not limited to:

  • Write articles for Employee magazine, LUVLines, departmental publications, and Southwest’s onboard magazine, Spirit.
  • Prepare blog postings, press releases, memos, and letters.
  • Assist with daily communications on the Southwest Airlines corporate social media channels, scheduling the calendar daily posts/tweets to all applicable social media outlets, coordinating the editorial calendar with online activity, tracking social media influence measurements, and social media reporting.
  • Assist with measurement reports and ROI analysis on various communications campaigns and business initiatives.
  • Work with the Multimedia Team to storyboard, develop, and create webisodes and external video content.
  • Design content for digital signs.
  • Assist with loading and scheduling content for Nuts About Southwest blog and Employee departmental websites.
  • Support communication for Southwest’s community, citizenship, and sustainability/green initiatives, including communication planning, content development, and project management
  • Edit and proofread Company material.
  • Serve as communication liaison to field locations and/or other departments.
  • Participate in event planning, speech preparations, and escorting news crews
  • Attend cross-functional meetings as needed.
  • Complete special projects as needed.
  • Assist with strategic communications planning.
  • Possible travel involved. 

Basic Qualifications:

High School Diploma, GED or equivalent education required.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must have authorization to work in the United States as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986.

EDUCATION:

Progress towards degree, major, or minor in a Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Emerging Media, Business or Communications related field required.

Minimum junior status or above.
To be eligible must be currently enrolled as a full time student (min. 12 credit hours).
Maintained 3.0 or above cumulative GPA.

Experience:

  • Communications related work experience preferred (part-time jobs, internships, etc).
  • Writing experience preferred (school newsletter, business, or creative).
  • Experience using the Adobe Suite a plus (specifically Photoshop).
  • Experience with measurement tools and databases (i.e. – Cision, Radian 6, Omniture, Google Analytics, etc.) preferred.
  • Leadership experience is a plus.
  • Participation in trade/industry organizations, community involvement, and/or school clubs preferred.
  • Event planning experience preferred.
  • Knowledge and skills in using social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) preferred.
  • Experience using Documentum (or other content management system) is a plus.

Skills/Abilities/Knowledge/Work Style:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Must possess a strong proficiency of the English language, including superior grammar, spelling, and organizational skills.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.
  • Must have a passion for social media.
  • Understanding of the airline/travel industry is a plus.
  • Possess a strong understanding of how Customers and Employees use communication channels to communicate with the Southwest brand
  • Must excel in content creation such as script writing, video editing, storytelling, and creative writing
  • Ability to work independently and the willingness to function as part of a Team.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects under tight deadlines and work well under pressure.
  • Must have ability to comprehend, proofread, and edit a variety of documents with a keen eye for accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Must handle confidential and sensitive information with the utmost professionalism.
  • Must be able to present self well to meet public and have the ability to present in large or small settings. Public speaking skills and/or experience a plus.

Provide the following information (if requested):

Resume.

Unofficial transcript.

“Why Southwest Airlines” essay (Length determined by author.)
One press release writing sample – published or un-published.
Letters of Recommendation.

Time Commitment:

Full-time – 40 hours/week. 

PAY:

$12 hourly + flight privileges

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About the Internship:

The NSGA is offering a three week internship that puts you in the local sports marketing field. Intern assignments will include: photojournalism, creative journalism, and social media. This opportunity will provide a unique chance to gain daily-deadline marketing and communications experience with a nationally known large-scale sporting event. All 19 medal events will need coverage in the form of text, video and photography. A stipend for this internship will be provided.

Start date: May 29

End date: June 19

About the National Senior Games: 

The National Senior Games are held every two years in different major cities across the United States. Cities such as St. Louis, Baton Rouge, and Columbus have played host to The Games, and it is an honor for Birmingham to be selected to host in 2017. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase its culinary scene, craft breweries, and southern hospitality! The Games include 19 sporting events performed across 14 venues city-wide. Participants range ages 50 and up, and are encouraged to compete not only in the spirit of healthy competition, but to promote active aging for seniors. Athletes range from newcomers, to enthusiasts, to former Olympians.  In order to effectively run The Games, we will need over 3,000 volunteers over the two week period.

To apply, send an email with examples of your work portfolio, resume and contact information to news@nsga.com. For more information about Knight Eady, visit knighteady.com

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WVUA 23 is seeking news interns year-round. Internship application deadlines are: August 1 (for fall), December 1 (for spring), and May 1 (for summer). Applications are available at  WVUA23.org. Steve Diorio (sdiorio@wvua23.com) is the point of contact for student interns at WVUA23.

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Alabama Public Radio welcomes interns to the newsroom on a continuing basis, including fall and spring terms. Internship application deadlines are: August 1 (for fall), December 1 (for spring), and April 15 (for summer). Applications are available at the apr.org website.

Each intern is trained by the director to write his or her own story every day. Students research the story, track down interview subjects, do the interview, and write copy to be edited (all under supervision of the professional staff.)

Student writers’ material is used on APR newscasts, and interns often get to do spots for air. All from this work is done in the Digital Media Center inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. Director Pat Duggins turns students into crackerjack writers, which means jobs.

Assistant News Director Stan Ingold (singold@apr.org) is the point of contact for student interns at APR.

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