ESPN Spring 2013 Broadcasting Internships

ESPN SPRING 2013 INTERNSHIPS

1. ESPN Spring 2013 Internship: Productions Operations

http://jobs.espncareers.com/connecticut/production-%EF%B9%A0-programming/jobid2796653-internship-spring-2013-production-operations-jobs

2. ESPN Spring 2013 Productions (It is different from the one above)

http://jobs.espncareers.com/connecticut/production-%EF%B9%A0-programming/jobid2796651-internship-spring-2013-production-jobs

3. ESPN Spring 2013 Statistics and Information Internship

http://jobs.espncareers.com/connecticut/statistics/jobid2796655-internship-spring-2013-statistics-and-information-jobs

Chips Quinn Scholars Program for Diversity in Journalism (Paid Interns, October 15 Deadline)

CHIPS QUINN SCHOLARS PROGRAM FOR DIVERSITY IN JOURNALISM (PAID INTERNSHIPS, OCTOBER 15 DEADLINE)

LOCATIONS: National

DATES:  Spring Semester 2013 or Summer Semester 2013

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TO APPLY:

http://freedomforumdiversity.org/chips-quinn/files/2012/07/application13.pdf

AAJA/Sport Journalism Institute Internship (Paid, Nov 2 Deadline)

2013 AAJA/SPORTS JOURNALISM INSTITUTE INTERNSHIP (PAID)

LOCATION : Missouri and National

CONTACT :

Nao Vang
AAJA Student Programs Coordinator
415-346-2051 ext. 102
naov@aaja.org

WEB :  www.aaja.org

DESCRIPTION:

College students interested in sports journalism can get specialized training, a paid sports news internship, a scholarship and industry contacts through the 2013 Sports Journalism Institute.

The Associated Press Sports Editors established the institute to increase racial and gender diversity in the sports departments of America’s newsrooms. APSE formed partnerships with AAJA, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists to connect the institute’s opportunities with college students aspiring to be sports journalists.

The 2013 program starts with the training sessions taught by Poynter Institute faculty May 31 to June 8 at the University of Missouri at Columbia, followed by the internships.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND REMUNERATION:

The program combines an intensive week of instruction from top professionals with an eight-week paid internship at a print, digital or electronic media outlet. Class session topics range from ethics to photo editing, to how to keep a running score at a baseball game to copy editing. Upon completion of the program, college students receive a $500 scholarship.

Travel logistics, housing arrangements and internship placements are made by the institute.

QUALIFICATIONS:

College sophomores and juniors with editing and online skills are encouraged to apply. Applicants  do not need to be AAJA members, but must sign up as members if selected.

TO APPLY:

Applications must be submitted to AAJA by November 2, 2012.

New Media Internship, Scripps-Howard Foundation (Paid) Nov 1 Application Deadline

NEW MEDIA INTERNSHIP, SCRIPPS-HOWARD FOUNDATION (PAID INTERNSHIP) NOVEMBER 1 DEADLINE!

LOCATION  Washington, DC 

CONTACT

Jody Beck

Jody.beck@scripps.com

Director, Semester in Washington Program

Scripps Howard Foundation Wire

202-408-2748

WEB  www.shfwire.com

DESCRIPTION:

Interns report for the web-based Scripps Howard Foundation Wire and may also report for campus, hometown or other news organizations. Interns work with an experienced Washington editor to choose, report and edit stories. Tours of Washington journalism and government institutions and guest speakers are part of the program.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Interns produce multimedia coverage using social media, blogs, online stories, videos and slideshows. Spring interns will cover the inauguration.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Juniors and seniors studying print, online, broadcast and photo journalism are invited to apply.

To apply, visit: http://www.shfwire.com. Click on “apply” and “reporting internship” to download the application form.

This is a paid internship that also includes a furnished apartment.

DEADLINE

Postmark of November 1, 2012 for Spring Semester 2013

Postmark of November 1, 2012 for Summer Semester 2013

Students may also wish to talk with our own UofM Chelsea Boozer (Helmsman) who recently completed this internship.

SLATE Newsblog/Social Media Intern (Paid) Oct 7 Deadline

SLATE LOOKING FOR NEWSBLOG/SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN (PAID INTERNSHIP) OCTOBER 7 DEADLINE!

LOCATION  New York City  (Must be on location)

CONTACT

WEB: www.slate.com

DESCRIPTION:

Slate is offering a paid internship for a highly energetic, self-starting individual who has a nose for news, sharp and quick writing skills, and a passion for social media. This is a jack-of-all-trades position for a tech-savvy person comfortable doing everything from coming up with viral story ideas to contributing to our newsblog, The Slatest, to running social media feeds.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Great editorial judgment.
  • Ability to write clean, fast, and clear copy are a must.
  • This is a six-month-long position starting ASAP reporting to Slate‘s innovations editor.
  • Must be able to work out of our NYC office.

TO APPLY

Please email a very brief cover letter of 300 words or less and a one-page resume to slatestjob@slate.com

mtvU Opportunity/Justin Timberlake Interviewer Needed

MTVu OPPORTUNITY/JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE INTERVIEWER NEEDED

LOCATION  National

CONTACT  Serita Wesley, Casting Director,  mtvU

WEB www.mtvu.com

DESCRIPTION

My name is Serita Wesley; I am a Casting Director working with mtvU,
MTV Network’s go to channel for all things college.

I am currently looking for a very outgoing college student to
interview singer, actor and entrepreneur Justin Timberlake, for an on
air segment we call “#ASK.”

College seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen are all welcome to
apply. Please keep in mind that this is not a contest to find Justin’s
biggest fan.  Ideally, any lively student studying music, acting or
journalism would be a great fit.  We are looking for those who are
sharp and energetic.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Are you a music major that sees Justin as an inspiration?
  • Are you a journalism student who wants to try their hand at a
    REAL celebrity interview?
  • Are you a native of Justin’s home state of Tennessee?

TO APPLY

Email  Serita.Wesley@viacommix.com with the below information:

  • Name, Age, Contact Info, Hometown, School & Major
  • Why you should be chosen?
  • Don’t forget to send us a photo!

Winthrop University Faculty Position, Broadcasting

WINTHROP UNIVERSITY FACULTY POSITION, BROADCASTING

 PLEASE NOTE APPLICATION REVIEW BEGINS SEPT 17, 2012

LOCATION 

Rock Hill, SC (Charlotte Metro Area)

CONTACT

J. William Click

Professor and Chair

Department of Mass Communication

Winthrop University

Rock Hill, South Carolina 29733

Phone 803-323-2121

clickw@winthrop.edu

WEB

www.winthrop.edu

TO APPLY

http://www.winthrop.edu/uploadedFiles/hr/faculty/AsstProfMassComm.pdf

Higher Ed Jobs, Communications, Howard University

HIGHER ED JOBS, COMMUNICATIONS, HOWARD UNIVERSITY

LOCATION  Washington, DCHoward University

WEB www.howard.edu

 

OPENINGS

AV Technician:
The purpose of this position is to provide audio video and IT technical support to the school with a focus in the area of VIDEO hardware and software installation, maintenance, operation and repair and ensure the proper operation of the Tech Center front counter.
https://huerecruit.howard.edu/psc/careers/ERECRUIT/HRMS_E/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

Placement Service Assistant:
To assist in the administrative duties of all career development and placement. Activities for students, alumni and recruiting agencies. Has responsibility or authority which is limited to the direction of student or temporary workers. Serves as liaison to faculty, students, alumni and representatives from industry, foundations, and professional organizations on career development concerns. (Helpful if candidate is versed in social media Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn)
https://huerecruit.howard.edu/psc/careers/ERECRUIT/HRMS_E/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

Director of Development:
This position provides leadership for the School of Communications, leading major gift fundraising initiatives. Works directly with the Dean, as well as Chairs and faculty of the schools to develop priorities and goals.
https://huerecruit.howard.edu/psc/careers/ERECRUIT/HRMS_E/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

Administrative Assistant for Research and Communications Culture and Media Studies Graduate Program:
The purpose of this position is to provide varied administrative support to an office, department or school. Incumbent follows written and oral instructions with work typically subject to review. Difficult or unusual problems are generally reported to a supervisor. This position may report to a department supervisor, manager, assistant/associate director or assistant/associate dean.
https://huerecruit.howard.edu/psc/careers/ERECRUIT/HRMS_E/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL

Multiple National Level Job Leads

MULTIPLE NATIONAL LEVEL JOBS

LOCATION  National

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON JOBS BELOW Click Here

http://www.nedsjotw.com/category/communication-jobs/

1.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Export-Import Bank of the United States,
Washington, DC
2.)  Senior Public Affairs Representative, The MITRE Corporation,
McLean, VA
3.)  Manager of External Communications, Commodities & Commercial
Markets, McGraw-Hill, NY, NY
4.)  Internal Communications Manager, Platts, McGraw-Hill, NY, NY
5.)  Coordinator, Corporate Communications, University Health System,
San Antonio, TX
6.)  Manager Corporate Communications, CVS Caremark, Woonsocket, RI 7.)
Science Editor- Biology, American Institutes for Research, Washington
D.C.
8.)  Head of Communications, Perfect Sense, Reston, VA
9.)  Senior Content Director, Perfect Sense, Reston, VA
10.)  Senior Media Buyer, Ocean Media, Huntington Beach, California

11.)  Strategic Communications Project Manager, DRT Strategies, Inc.,
Washington, DC.
12.)  Director, Corporate Communications – Human Resources, Depository
Trust & Clearing, New York, NY
13.)  Corporate Communications Specialist, First Citizens, Columbia, SC
14.)  Communications Intern, HealthyWomen, Red Bank, NJ
15.)  Manager, Corporate Communications & Public Relations, Mead Johnson
Nutrition
Glenview, IL
16.)  Senior Director of Communications, AFPM, Washington, DC
17.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, EADS North America, Herndon, VA
18.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Department Of State, Arlington,
Virginia
19.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Department Of State, Arlington,
Virginia
20.)  Senior Account Executive, Kathy Schaeffer and Associates, Inc.
(KSA), Chicago, IL

21.)  External Relations Coordinator, Maseeh College of Engineering and
Computer Science, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
22.)  Communications Specialist, Education Northwest, Portland, Oregon
23.)  Executive Communications Manager, Cambia, Portland, OR
24.)  Video Production Coordinator – Marketing Operations, Professional
Bull Riders, Pueblo, CO
25.)  Creative Associate-Graphic Designer/Web Developer, AMG National
Trust Bank, Englewood, CO
26.)  Graphic Designer, Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority,
Centennial, CO
27.)  Public Affairs Manager, Communications and Community Relations
Office, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, Laurel, MD
28.)  MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Nelson Levine de Luca &
Hamilton, BLUE BELL, PA
29.)  Publisher and Senior Research Communications Advisor, IDRC,
Ottawa, Canada
30.)  Africa Research and Consulting Director, InterMedia, Nairobi,
Kenya

31.)  Director, New Media, International Youth Foundation, Baltimore, MD
32.)  Chief of Party, Cambodia Technology and Media Program, IREX,
Cambodia
33.)  Vice President Asia Programs, Internews, Washington, DC
34.)  Director of Communications, Novo Foundation, New York, New York
35.)  Account Director, Weber Shandwick, Minneapolis, MN.
36.)  Account Group Manager, Weber Shandwick, Minneapolis, MN.
37.)  Account Executive, Weber Shandwick, Minneapolis, MN.
38.)  Communications Consultant 4, Digital Channels Group, Wells Fargo,
San Francisco, CA
39.)  Customer Communications Senior Manager — Infrastructure &
Reporting, JPMorgan Chase, Wilmington, DE
40.)  MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Newspaper Support Services, Inc.
(NSS), Wilmington, DE

41.)  COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Newspaper Support Services, Inc. (NSS),
Wilmington, DE
42.)  Proofreader, Cadient Group, King of Prussia, PA
43.)  Social Media Coordinator, Anthony & Sylvan Pools, Doylestown, PA
44.)  Public Relations Mgr., Independence Blue Cross, Philadelphia, PA
45.)  DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Campbell Soup Company, Camden,
NJ
46.)  Marketing Communications Coordinator, Ashley, Inc., Havre de
Grace, MD
47.)  Graphic Designer/E Media Specialist, American Printing Co.,
Birmingham, Alabama
48.)  Vice President of Communications, The Urban Institute, Washington,
DC
49.)  Member Evangelist / Recruiter at SocialMedia.org, GasPedal,
Austin, Texas
50.)  Community Manager at SocialMedia.org, GasPedal, Austin, Texas or
Chicago, Ill.

51.)  Operations Manager at SocialMedia.org, GasPedal, Austin, Texas
52.)  Sr. Program Manager (PR & Communications), Speck Products,
Mountain View, California
53.)  Manager, Brand and Consumer Marketing Communications, NASCAR,
Daytona Beach, Florida
54.)  Senior Publicist, Nancy J. Friedman Public Relations, Inc., New
York, New York
55.)  PR Coordinator, National Marine Manufacturers Association,
Chicago, Illinois
56.)  PR Account Executive – government technology, Advice Unlimited,
Olney, MD
57.)  Male underwear model, FU e=fu8 Underwear, NY, NY