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.

Small Talk Social is looking for an intern for the Summer semester!

If you’re a Business / Marketing / Communications (or related field) student interested
in learning more about social media marketing, content creation and small business
ownership, they want you to join them for approx. 12-15 hours a week.

The following skills are required for this position:

  • Social Media + Online Community Management
  • Content Curation + Creation
  • Graphic Design
  • Influencer Research + Relations
  • Copywriting / Editing
  • Photography + Video / Editing
  • Gathering Inspiration / Storyboarding / Coordinating Shoots

This unpaid internship takes place in Birmingham, Alabama and begins this summer. Interested applicants should email a resume to hello@smalltalksocial.com.

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Student interns for NASA will collaborate on sophisticated communications campaigns as they create web features, press releases, newsletter articles, social media posts, digital content, video news releases and contribute to press conferences, media visits and interviews. Students will track and analyze the effectiveness of communications tactics. Interns will participate in media and outreach events. Interns will contribute to social media content and posts, media relations stories and postings as well as employee communications, informational and promotional materials and event communications plans and products.

Interns would work part-time while in school and most interns have the potential to be hired as a full-time government employee. Only the first 75 students on list will be considered. Any applications received up until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time the day the limit is reached will be considered.

This internship, located in Huntsville, Alabama, begins in September 2017.

To apply for this internship, click here.

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Camp Skylemar is a boys’ summer sports camp in Naples, Maine. They’re currently looking for video editors for the duration of their summer camp season.

Duties would include conceiving and shooting video content of the campers, staff and activities, as well as editing and merging photos, music and narration into production segments. Applicants would also be building those segments into a 90-minute end-of-camp presentation.

Salary for the summer is $2,500 – $3,500 depending on experience, and we would also provide housing, meals, travel expenses, staff shirts, internet access and a laundry service. We offer internship credits as well.

Internship dates: June 14-August 12.

Applicants must be proficient in Adobe Premier Pro and After Effects. To apply, fill out their online form by May 15. To learn more about Camp Skylemar, visit their website.

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Virtus Solutions, Inc. is seeking three different kinds of interns, looking for practical experience with graphic design, political campaigns, public relations and media.

Graphic design and video production interns assist with and learn about designing and editing for political campaigns. Political campaign interns assist with and learn about a variety of aspects in a political campaign from staffing candidates to assisting with events and policy research. Public relations and media interns assist with and learn about political operations with a focus on the PR/Media aspects of a campaign, such as writing speeches and press releases, positioning policy and formulating messages.

Interns must have completed two years of college courses, be able to work twenty hours per week, have a clean driving record and can provide their own transportation.

The dates for this unpaid internship in Montgomery, Alabama is June 5-August 15. The application deadline is May 5.

To apply, email a resume to Hayden Pugh.

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Looking to gain experience in the digital marketing industry? Look no further. The ultimate goal of our internship program is for you to leave here better prepared for your career. We’re not looking for coffee runners. Rather, we’re looking for interns who are wildly creative and highly motivated to gain tangible experience in the digital marketing industry. If you think you have what it takes, please thoroughly read through the information below, and feel free to touch base with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you! Intern roles available: Account Intern, Content Intern, and Design Intern.

Internships are now available in Dallas, Texas for Summer and Fall 2017. Deadlines: Summer—May 5; Fall—July 31.

Criterion.B interns will be paid a stipend upon the completion of their internship. We also try to compensate you in other ways for your hard work and dedication. First and foremost, we offer you experience for your resume, on-the-job training on common industry tasks, and we will be happy to supply you with a letter of recommendation upon the successful completion of your internship. All colleges have programs designed to aid students in gaining college credit for their internship experiences. We are happy to sign-off on any paperwork necessary to help you gain credit, however, it is the intern’s responsibility to make credit arrangements with their school.

To apply for these internships, click here.

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The Communications Intern reports to the Communications Manager. He/she will assist communications staff in content development and production of the following internal and external communications:

  • Our Way bi-weekly newsletter
  • Email announcements and notices
  • @AMERICAN intranet posts
  • Digital communication boards
  • Monthly retiree announcements
  • The AMERICAN News Center
  • Social media
  • Video production

Assignments include interviewing sources for stories; writing stories and briefs for the newsletter; gathering content for the newsletter, such as retirements and anniversaries; photography; layout of newsletter; bi-weekly e-distribution of the newsletter; posting stories to the News Center; reporting Google analytics of the website; creating and deploying digital signage for internal programs such as Wellness and Safety; producing and distributing via email routine company announcements such as retirements.

Requirements:

  • Must be a Junior or Senior as of Summer 2017
  • Must have experience in communication
  • Training and/or experience working with the following: InDesign, WordPress, Google Analytics and graphic design.

The deadline for this paid internship is May 1. To apply, click here.

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The West Central Alabama Area Health Education Center is seeking a paid student intern to help with communication efforts. Duties will include assisting with creative work, event/program promotion, social media engagement and overall communication efforts from their office.

The skills needed for this position are the following:

  • Knowledge of and experience with creative software
  • Communication organization
  • Event and program promotion

This internship takes place in Greensboro, Alabama from May to August. Housing is provided in Greensboro, for those interested.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Regina Knox by April 30.

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Are you a young journalist looking for experience writing about state politics, faith and culture, sports, or business? If so, join the Yellowhammer team.

Yellowhammer News is a conservative outlet publishing stories to thousands of people, including some of Alabama’s most influential power players. Now, with YHN’s new contributors program, you can get a slice of the action.

If interested, potential writers should reach out and apply as soon as possible, as selection is very competitive.

To apply, submit a 1,000 word writing sample for evaluation to contribute@yellowhammernews.com.

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City Internships provides immersive experiential education programs for college students and recent graduates.

Their Global Explorer Program centers around an internship placement
with a leading company, accompanied by a comprehensive series classes, workshops and networking events optimized to enhance a student’s commercial awareness and employability.
More than 65% of CI alumni go on to accept permanent graduate positions with their host company. Their annual Student Outcomes survey shows that CI alumni gain employment 3 times more quickly and earn 30% than their peers immediately after college.

The program may be attended by undergraduate students (including seniors). And students may choose a program in one of 12 cities globally, with an internship in one of 9 career fields.

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. For Summer 2017, places remain on our following programs only: London, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Miami and San Francisco.

To learn more about City Internships, visit their site here. To apply, click here.

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Alder is experiencing rapid growth in a vibrant industry. The investments they’ve made into their infrastructure have allowed them to maintain a high level of competitiveness for both their sales reps and their customers. They’re looking for hard working individuals with a desire to grow with them. As an intern with Alder you will have opportunity to learn one of life’s most valuable skills, communication. We are looking for hard working individuals that want to be their best. As an intern you will:

  • Represent the company by working face to face with potential clients
  • Canvas assigned areas to generate leads
  • Adhere to current policies, procedures, and services
  • Maintain a positive attitude and contribute to the company’s amazing culture with your energy

This paid internship opportunity takes place in Alabama from mid-May to the week preceding fall classes.

The skills required for this position are:

  • You are a go-getter with a positive attitude
  • You have a strong work ethic
  • You have your eyes set on the prize and will work persistently to reach it
  • You’re a dedicated problem solver who doesn’t mind cracking a few jokes along the way
  • You think outside the box and are willing to go the extra mile to achieve the company’s goals as well as your own

To learn more about Alder or to apply, click here.

Feel free to contact Brandon Rockwood with any questions.

 

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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. Consider an Industry Immersion trip to visit a city of interest and network with industry professionals over three days and four nights.

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: