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.

Posted: September 22, 2022

Coyote Logistics is seeking applicants for the Summer 2023 Internship Program in Detroit, MI.

Our Summer Internship Program is a 12 week program intended to immerse you into Coyote, the transportation & logistics industry, and give you real business experience and skills that will prepare you for future career endeavors. After initial training, you’ll be paired with a mentor in your department who will coach and develop you as you execute on our commitments to our customers. You will also enjoy robust programming throughout the summer including our Leadership Speaker Series, Lunch & Learns with unique teams, Networking Sessions, and other Professional Development Opportunities.
As a Customer Success Intern, you will focus on the customer service aspect of our business, helping customers move their inventory in the most cost-effective way by identifying and providing logistics solutions. You will work on a Coyote customer-focused team where you will work alongside operations representatives to help build relationships with customers and support the daily operations of existing customer accounts. You will gain hands-on experience working on challenging, meaningful projects with guidance from your mentor and other members of our team. You will be responsible for growing and maintaining customer accounts by providing outstanding customer service and issue resolution.
Daily Tasks and Responsibilities  
  • Develop strong relationships with all customer contacts and facilities.
  • Manage daily shipments and take responsibility for ensuring that shipments are serviced properly.
  • Coordinate and schedule all customer shipments.
  • Identify and communicate potential problems to the appropriate parties and provide solutions.
  • Prioritize and respond to both internal and external requests in a timely, effective, and professional manner.
  • Document and follow existing standard operating processes.
Skills, Characteristics, and Experience  
  • Undergraduate education at a junior level standing preferred.
  • Superior organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize at a high level.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
  • Capable working independently as well as collaboratively as a team.
  • Critical thinking, solutions oriented, and confident decision-making skills.
  • Positive and agile in an ever-changing & fast paced environment.
  • Eagerness to learn.
Why Coyote?
  • Onsite training and ongoing career development.
  • Competitive pay.
  • Comprehensive benefits package.
  • Internal advancement opportunities for high performers.
  • Global opportunities.
  • Casual dress & many perks.
  • Diverse and Inclusive environment.
  • Opportunities to impact the world around you through our 360 sustainability initiatives.
Important Notice to US Applicants:
Coyote is an at-will employer.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please view Equal Opportunity Posters provided by the OFCCP.

View more and apply via Handshake.

Posted: August 25, 2022

What: Student Communications Assistant

Where: University of Alabama Division of Strategic Communications, Department of Communications

Office Location: Rose Administration, Suite 369

Hours: 10 or 20 hours/week

Work Schedule: We’re flexible! Our office hours are 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m., Monday-Friday. We can work with your schedule to set your hours.

Duration: Fall Semester with the opportunity to extend

Other Things: Laptop and workspace provided

Job Duties: Depends on your strengths and skills. We’ve got a variety of projects for you to take part in. Example duties include: writing feature stories and press releases for the UA News Center, writing blurbs and other content for faculty/staff and student newsletters, designing graphics and digital advertisements for newsletters and internal digital signage, editing and cropping photos, helping plan professional development events, analyzing media trends, compiling reports, updating internal records, etc.

Compensation: $10.00/hour

How to Apply: Send your resume and 1-2 writing samples and/or graphic design samples to Priority given to those who apply by Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Posted: August 24, 2022

The Global Water Security Center is a new center at UA working on providing global water data and interpretation to the national security community. To read more about GWSC history and goals, visit the website at:

GWSC is hiring a design intern for Fall 2022 to work on the look and feel of research “one pagers” created for people interested in GWSC analysis, as well as the look and feel of the website and data portal.

Located in Cyber Hall, GWSC is looking for a student to work up to 10 hours per week at an hourly rate of $12, with in-office time divided across Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday as desired. In addition to weekly check-ins, applicants can anticipate regular interaction with GWSC staff aas well as mid-semester and final presentations to the full team.

Interested? Email Michael Gremillion, Director of the Global Water Security Center, with your resume and examples of your work.

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

Junior Media Planner

GLM is a fast-growing agency looking for multiple Media Planners with experience in digital display, video, audio, SEM, and/or social media who will work as an integral part of the media team to help develop and execute media plans, partner on client recommendations and establish communications principles. You will also work with internal teams to manage, maintain & reconcile plans and budgets. GLM is based in the DC area, but relocation is not required and they will accept remote work candidates for these positions. To apply, visit this page and fill out the “Connect With Us” section.

UA Energy Management Summer Internship

Looking for a Public Relations or Marketing Student who can develop a marketing plan for the University of Alabama Energy Conservation Program on campus. The goals are to engage students, faculty, and staff through various forms of media and events to encourage Energy Conservation and Sustainability on the UA campus. Student would assist with other Energy Management projects as needed. Ability to develop graphics is a plus.

Pay: $10/hour

Hours: Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Can work up to 40 hours per week

Interested? Email Donnie Grill at

Gray Television Future Focus Internship Program

Are you among the best and brightest at your college or university and are contemplating what’s next? Life is short. Stop waiting for “real life” to start and put your knowledge to the test. Launch your media career with Gray Television’s paid internship program!

As a paid intern, you won’t sit and watch someone else doing their job.  Gray’s intern program is an immersive experience where you serve as a valued team member to our award-winning teams.

With 113 television stations across the U.S., Gray Television offers an unprecedented opportunity for students to learn an area of broadcast expertise from seasoned professionals in the business.  Whether your interest involves news, production, sales, marketing, or engineering, our stations become a hands-on learning environment for Gray Television interns.  If we have an employee doing it, there can be a Gray intern learning and earning.

Not only will you walk away with an expanded resume and portfolio, Gray’s paid internship opens doors to begin your full-time career with Gray Television.  Many of our current employees started as interns.  Our paid internship program puts you at the front of the line for full-time job openings, armed with the training you received from your internship.

Interested in learning more? Check out the program description and apply today! You’ll be able to choose your desired location(s) and areas of interest.

Apply here.

UA Student Media is looking to hire multiple designers for both this summer and fall.

About: Student Media trains and educates students through hands-on experiences and informs the campus with a variety of student-run broadcast, digital, online and print media. The skills and proficiencies gained in working in Student Media develop from out-of-classroom experiences that expand upon knowledge gained from professors and textbooks.

Student Media is home to Alice, Bama Life, Black Warrior Review, The Crimson White, Marr’s Field Journal, Nineteen Fifty-Six, Southern Historian and WVUA-FM.

Interested? Apply here.

Crimson Tide Hospitality



FANgineers play a vital role in the success of the hospitality program and game days. FANgineers serve as goodwill ambassadors to ticket holders and their guests while maintaining the operational policies in place for all premium seating areas. FANgineers also serve as a liaison between donors, caterers, maintenance staff, custodial staff, Hospitality Directors, and Athletic Department personnel.


  • Perform PEAK customer service for all guests, fans, and department staff
  • Act as game day ambassadors for the Hospitality office and athletics department
  • Ensure all game day policies and procedures are being upheld
  • Monitor entry gates, review tickets, and be aware of access control protocols
  • Serve as an elevator attendant and people movement monitor
  • Perform all pre, during, and post-game duties associated to suites and clubs (i.e., trash removal, facility monitoring, food & beverage needs, etc.)
  • During the game, serve as the main point of contact for suite holders and guests
  • Other duties as assigned

When & Where:

  • FANgineers are hourly employees. Hours will range between 6-30 hours per week depending on the home game schedules and office needs each week
  • Football, basketball, baseball stadiums/arenas
  • A-Day (April 16) and 2022 Football Season


  • Ability to work nights and weekends
  • Service first mindset
  • Friendly demeanor
  • Great verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to stand or sit for long periods of time (30-45 minutes)
$14/hour (after A-Day)


The Crimson Tide Hospitality internship is designed for program participants to gain hands-on experience in the event management and athletic hospitality industries. Interpersonal, multitasking and communication skills are necessary and should be developed throughout this internship. The experience acquired will offer the intern the opportunity to work in related fields in his/her future career.

Internship Site: Crimson Tide Hospitality Office, managed by REVELXP

Description of Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of this position is to assist the Hospitality Managers with the preparation, organization, and management of skyboxes and clubs, as well as other events assigned to the Hospitality Office. CTH interns will share management responsibility pertaining to catering, student employees, special events and facility operations as well as assist with general office duties.


  1. Learn and administer policies and procedures regarding admission, food and beverage, maintenance, and other skybox & club operations.
  2. Assist with the management and supervision of student staff members.
  3. Serve as a liaison between skybox holders/club members and the catering staff and UA Athletics.
  4. Contribute to the production of premium seating communications (membership guides, menu
    portfolios, and newsletters).
  5. Assist in executing University and external events.
  6. Deliver the finest hospitality and service by going above & beyond every day.

Hours/Availability: This position will require a commitment to all seven home football game weekends. Office hours range from 10-35 hours/week, depending on workload. This is a paid position; the current pay rate is $10.00/hour.

Expectations: The intern is expected to act in a courteous manner and dress presentably as he/she will be representing The University of Alabama Athletic Department and RevelXP. The intern is also expected to work closely with his/her immediate manager and keep the manager informed of any issues relating to donor/employee safety and satisfaction. The intern should understand that he/she will be perceived by donors and University staff as a management team member.


What we are looking for in a candidate:

• Team player

• Organized

• Detail-oriented

• Self-starter

• Effective communicator

• Ability to work long hours

• Not opposed to physical labor and enjoys working outdoors

• Must be able to work on weekends

Interested? Apply here.

iostudio | Nashville Marketing Agency Internship Opportunities

Public Relations Intern

Are you full of creative ideas and eager to contribute? As a Public Relations intern, you will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of public relations in a marketing and advertising agency. You will be responsible for assisting the Account Director in developing public relations plans, including writing, conducting research, preparing materials, and responding to inquiries. The Public Relations Intern requires strong writing skills, excellent communications skills, and a good working knowledge of publicity and public relations skill sets.

Start Date: Mid to end of May

End Date: Early to Mid August

Pay: $18-$20/hour

Hours: 30 hours/week

Location: 1909 21 st Ave. So, Nashville, TN – Hybrid Remote Work Environment

Transportation and housing not supplied

What You’ll Do:

  • Fully support iostudio’s PR strategy and execute it in different phases.
  • Research client business
  • Create and curate engaging content
  • Communicate and build relationships with current or prospective clients
  • Effectively utilize iostudio’s social media
  • Build and update media lists and databases
  • Learn how to gather data for biggest reach
  • Plan community events, create and distribute media kits to ensure maximum press coverage
  • Distribute publicity stories weekly to the media, determined by the director of public relations.
  • Create a weekly public relations production schedule for Account Director review and approval.
  • Assist in creating video, slideshows or other visual presentations for meetings and business gatherings; helps plan events.
  • Order any digital photography, art or other materials needed for distribution with publicity stories with the approval of the Account Director.
  • Provide general administrative support to the Account Director.

Interested? Apply here.

Video Production Intern

Do you have a dream to work in media production? Join our team as a video production intern and put your creative skills to work in a marketing and advertising agency, as you explore multiple areas of the production process. You will exercise your multitasking abilities as you assist in developing ideas, filming pieces and editing takes by performing any task required, whether it is handling the lighting, or conducting research. You will have the opportunity to employ your organizational skills as you coordinate different aspects of the production to ensure that all aspects remain on time.

Start Date: Mid to end of May

End Date: Early to Mid August

Pay: $18-$20/hour

Hours: 30 hours/week

Location: 1909 21 st Ave. So, Nashville, TN – Hybrid Remote Work Environment

Transportation and housing not supplied

What You’ll Do:

  • Assist the Video Department as directed by the Director of Video in regards to:
    • On-set video production assistance
    • Logging footage
    • Editing and other post production work
    • Maintain and update video archives
    • Assist with production call sheets and schedules
    • Needed legwork for pre-production & production
    • Research
    • Transcribe video or audio selections as needed
  • Stay abreast of current trends, technology, styles, etc.
  • Represent iostudio in a professional manner with all client leadership, vendors and staff
  • Complete and submit daily time reports

Interested? Apply here.

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: