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.

PERITUS public relations offers paid internships requiring at least 20 hours per week for our public relations and public affairs internship programs, but we work to stay flexible with school schedules.

Peritus PR is looking for students or recent graduates with experience in Public Relations, Public Affairs, Political Science, Marketing, Communications or Graphic Design. Excellent time-management and organizational skills are critical for success. Interns must also have exceptional writing and oral communication skills, a good attitude and willingness to learn.

If you are interested in joining the Peritus PR team and applying for a public relations and/or public affairs internship, please submit the following materials to connect@perituspr.com by Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

Cover Letter
Resume
Two writing samples and/or three graphic design samples

To learn more about Peritus, click here.

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This comprehensive program includes internship placements in the fields of international affairs and public policy, courses for academic credit through George Mason University, and furnished housing in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Capital Semester consists of the following major components:

  • LIVE: Housing in historic furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, the oldest residential neighborhood in DC . Just blocks from the US Capitol, the Library of Congress, & the Supreme Court
  • LEARN: Academic courses in international economics and government with credit through George Mason University.  GMU was recently named one of the top 100 research universities in the U.S. by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
  • INTERN: Internships with government agencies, public and international policy groups, Congressional offices, embassies, and non-governmental organizations throughout the Washington area.
  • CONNECT: Site briefings at key Washington institutions, guest lectures and panel discussions featuring public policy, foreign affairs and economics experts, professional development seminars, networking events, and much more!

The internship, located in DC, begins fall of 2017. Early deadline is March 1st. Priority Deadline is April 13th. Final deadline is June 1st.

For more information, or to apply, click here.

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Devoted to increasing diversity in the media and entertainment industry, the IRTS Foundation seeks outstanding students of color in their senior year or graduate school to participate in a nine-week summer sales training program. Associates have an exclusive opportunity to participate in a sales training program traditionally reserved for actual station group employees.

Held in tandem with the prestigious IRTS Summer Fellowship Program, the Broadcast Sales Associate Program is a diversity initiative designed to give graduating seniors a jumpstart on the television and radio management track.

The Program includes the one-week Summer Fellowship orientation to the media and entertainment business, followed by an eight-week internship experience in the sales division of a network stations group, which includes the customized sales training so highly regarded in their business. It is the perfect opportunity for outstanding new graduates to gain immediate access to a sector of the business that typically requires more experience to enter.

Because the majority of colleges and universities do not offer courses in broadcast sales, previous experience in broadcast sales is not necessary. They do require applicants to have a sincere interest in working within the sales side of the media industry.

Cost of travel, housing and a living allowance are included.

For more information, or to apply, click here.

Application deadline: February 26th, midnight.

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Time Warner/HBO is seeking interns to play a vital role in assisting the HBO Sports team with various elements of production, including: boxing, Real Sports, and 24/7 series.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Prep and research upcoming boxing fights
  • Research and develop stories for Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel
  • Avid work; logging and screening for Boxing and Real Sports shoots
  • Assist with local shoots (content, equipment, etc)
  • Complete tasks on a deadline for time sensitive material
  • Conduct independent research to pitch potential stories for Real Sports
  • Contact reporters, media outlets, and sports teams for information
  • On-site assistance for boxing fights (Madison Square Garden, Barclay’s Center, etc)
  • Observing edits: boxing, Real Sports, and 24/7 series

Requirements:

  • Must be a rising junior or rising senior in college
  • Avid or Final Cut screening
  • Logging and editing material
  • Knowledge of HBO Sports programming: Boxing, Real Sports, Hard Knocks, 24/7.
  • Organizational skills: must be able to meet deadlines, attention to detail
  • Research skills, including but not limited to: Knowledge of/proficiency with Nexis searches of news articles, General internet research, YouTube and footage research, Public records searches, Making phone calls, pre-interviews, etc.

Click here for more information, or to apply.

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The Television Academy Foundation’s Internship Program provides 50 internships in over 30 different categories to college students nationwide. The program gives both undergraduate and graduate students in-depth exposure to professional television production during an eight-week, paid summer period in Los Angeles.

Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree at a college or university within the United States. Students graduating between January 1, 2017 and Summer 2017 are eligible to apply in some categories.

The Television Academy Foundation pays approximately $4,000 to each intern, payments of which will be made every two weeks. Applicable payroll deductions are taken from payments.

Interns are responsible for their own housing and living expenses and must have reliable transportation. This internship takes place in Los Angeles.

Application deadline is March 15th, 2017. For more information, or to apply click here.

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GRM is seeking interns for their office in Atlanta, Georgia starting in mid-May and extending to mid-August.

Applicants should have passion for the advertising profession, be a skilled communicator, a skilled writer, flexible and team oriented. Juniors, seniors and recent graduates are encouraged to apply for this paid internship.

Outline of duties: The intern will spend 25-35 hours a week getting a view of full-scope marketing duties and interaction through participation in internal and client meetings; work on real projects within current client base; assist team in developing specific recommendations, projects or analyses in support of client or agency programs; deep dive into social media use for marketing.

To apply, submit the following items to avoris@grmworks.com:

  • a resume
  • an example of your best writing
  • an answer this question: What is one thing you are a zealot for, and why?

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GCI Health is seeking a highly creative, motivated candidate with experience in healthcare public relations to work as a PR Intern in our Atlanta office. They are looking for a recent graduate or someone that has recently completed a healthcare internship. The applicant should be a team player that can deliver results and is not afraid to think outside of the box. This person may have the opportunity to extend their internship and could potentially turn into a full-time role as an Assistant Account Executive. The ideal candidate demonstrates strong written and oral communication skills, as well as solid research and analytical skills. He/she must be detailed-oriented, resourceful and able to multitask and prioritize under deadlines. A solid working knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint is required and an experience in public relations and healthcare is essential.

The starting date of the internship is March 1, 2017. Applicants are expected to be able to work 40 hours a week for this paid internship in Atlanta.

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to David Miller.

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Publicis Health is the largest health-oriented agency network in the world. They host more than 75 interns each summer in multiple capabilities across their businesses in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, San Francisco and Chicago.

Publicis Health interns receive an insider’s view of the wide range of opportunities that exist in the healthcare communications field, with plenty of opportunities to network and learn from each other and leaders from many of our agencies, including our CEO Nick Colucci. In addition to weekly learning and social activities, our interns are divided into cross-department, cross-region teams and assigned a group project, which they present to an agency committee at the end of the program.

The 2017 Publicis Health Summer Internship Program will run take place from June 5th to August 4th, 2017. Available paid positions include:

  • Marketing/Account Management
  • Project Management
  • Design
  • User Experience
  • Copywriting
  • Technology
  • Medical Writing
  • Strategy and Account Planning
  • Social Strategy
  • Finance
  • Human Resources and Recruiting

For more information, or to apply click here.

Application deadline: March 17th, 2017.

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UA Athletics is now accepting applications for Fall 2017 for their marketing Internship.

Deadline to apply is March 15 with interviews beginning after that deadline. Get your applications in early!

Interning in the Athletic Marketing department provides a great opportunity for students to receive “hands on” experience in an intercollegiate athletics department. Student interns help to plan and execute marketing efforts across all intercollegiate sports, power our ticket sales initiatives, run our Crimson Tide Rewards program and take on additional projects and events as needed. Interns will be cross-trained in all aspects of our program, providing a wide range of knowledge and experiences from sales to customer service to promotion management. Below are the different opportunities available to you as a potential intern in our department. All internships are unpaid, volunteer opportunities. You may have the opportunity to earn course credit through your internship.

We offer internships within three areas of the Marketing Department:

  • Events/Street Team Internship
  • Graphic Design Internship
  • Outbound Ticket Sales Internship

Please fill out the application form to apply. Email all applications with a copy of your resume to Alexis Melnikov at amelnikov@ia.ua.edu.

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Neato is seeking Bud Light and Budweiser Ambassadors across the US. As a Brand Ambassador, you’ll be responsible for promoting AB products to consumers at popular bars and restaurants in your market.

Candidates must be of legal drinking age and currently enrolled full-time, undergraduate students.

What We Offer:

  • Earn up to $180 each week with the opportunity of earning additional performance bonuses
  • Exposure into business operations within the Anheuser-Busch Inbev (ABI) organization
  • Ongoing coaching from the Neato and local Anheuser-Busch teams including a national in-person training to kickoff the program
  • First-hand experience representing a global brand, potentially launching your career with Anheuser-Busch

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work an average of 12 hours per week, with 10 hours spent promoting AB product at popular bars in your market
  • Collaborate with co-Ambassador to ensure program performance
  • Build and maintain relationships with local bar staff
  • Distribute a set quantity of product each week by holding activations when bars and restaurants have a large attendance of the target audience (predominantly nights and weekends)
  • Autonomously develop weekly product distribution plan, acquiring approvals from your local AB team, Neato and bar staff as necessary
  • Report on each activation in a timely manner through mobile program reporting applications
  • Understand overall program goals, tracking your performance to identify gaps and adjust distribution strategy as needed
  • Maintain consistent communication with Neato, local retailers and the Anheuser-Busch team

Requirements:

  • Must be of legal drinking age at the time of interview
  • Ability to work nights and weekends from February-mid May
  • Passion for Bud Light, Budweiser and the Anheuser-Busch family of brands
  • Friendly, outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong knowledge of your local culture and community
  • Ability to thrive in an autonomous environment

Click here to apply.

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