V-2 Media Digital Production Interns (Paid)

V-2  MEDIA DIGITAL PRODUCTION INTERNS (PAID)

LOCATION: Memphis

CONTACT:  Mark ThompsonHome

WEB: www.V2memphis.com

DESCRIPTION:  V-2 looking for video production interns.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

V-2 is looking for paid interns who have some experience in video shooting, editing or motion graphics.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Basic broadcast quality video camera operation experience
  • Digital video editing experience in multiple platforms
  • Motion graphics experience a plus.

TO APPLY:

Mark Thompson
Partner, V2 Media (formerly TV II Multimedia)
Mark@V2memphis.com

American Junior Golf Association Internships

The American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) is looking for qualified applicants to serve as in-house interns. The interns will be stationed in our headquarters in Braselton, Georgia. :

 

COMMUNICATIONS DESCRIPTION:
The AJGA is seeking a Public Relations, Journalism or Mass Communications major to assist the in-house communications staff of a nonprofit golf association with daily communications tasks. Based on the candidate’s abilities, the internship may include media relations, writing and editing news and feature stories, the design and creation of publications or advertisements, video editing and web site maintenance, as well as administrative tasks such as organizing files, photography, news clippings and publications.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Mass Communications
  • Writing

SKILLS PREFERERED:

  • AP Style Knowledge
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Microsoft Word
  • Final Cut Pro

 

For questions and additional information, please contact: Lauren Shelly, Manager of Recruiting and Special Events
lshelly@ajga.org

 

To apply for a spring or summer internship, visit http://www.ajga.org/careers/

 

Interns: It is strongly advised that you enroll in the journalism’s department’s internship class. Read more here http://www.memphis.edu/journalism/pdfs/2012journalisminternshipfall.pdf

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U of M Fall 2012 Green Internships Program

From the Office of Academic Internships:


Dear Students:

As you may know, each semester part of your tuition and fees supports the Green Campus Initiative. The University of Memphis Sustainable Campus (Green) Fee Committee provides funding for approved proposals to make the University of Memphis campus more sustainable. President Raines has stated, “To address environmental challenges, we are becoming a leader in sustainable technologies and practices while acting as a model for the community.”

The Green Fee Committee has received a request for funding for undergraduate green internships for Fall 2012. Based on funding received, selected students will be provided the opportunity to work with a campus or community partner to enhance the student’s understanding of sustainability and to assist in the organization’s efforts to promote sustainability.

If you are interested in applying for a Fall 2012 Green Internship, please review the information below and contact Dixie Crase at drcrase@memphis.edu.

Fall 2012 Green Internships Program

What is a green internship?
A green internship is an educational/work experience sponsored by a campus unit or a community organization that promotes sustainability in areas such as:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Utility conservation
  • Environmental protection
  • Recycling

Who is eligible to apply for a green internship?
Undergraduate students who have:

·        active status in the Student Support Services (SSS) Program are especially encouraged to apply.

All undergraduate students who meet the following criteria are invited to apply.

·        minimum sophomore standing at time of application

·        minimum 2.75 grade point average

·        minimum of one or more regular semesters (fall/spring) remaining before graduation
What does a green internship require?
Students selected for a Fall 2012 Green Internship are required to:

  • satisfactorily complete an approved internship learning contract
    • Internship Course in Academic Major or
    • UNIV 4000 – Community Internship
  • earn 3 semester hours of academic internship credit
  • work 150 clock hours during the semester
  • present internship experience at Green Internships Recognition Event

What do selected green interns earn?
Interns earn a stipend of $10 per hour or $1500 for the semester plus $200 to assist with tuition costs for an academic internship for a total of $1700. Stipends of $425 will be distributed at the end of September, October, November, and December 2012.

Where do selected green interns work?
Students may apply to complete a green internship with the following types of campus or community partners:

Campus

  • City and Regional Planning
  • Editor (Communications)
  • Ecological Research Center
  • Ground Water Institute
  • Student Health Services
  • Sustainability Coordinator

Community

  • BRIDGES
  • GrowMemphis (Mid-South Peace and Justice Center)
  • Highland Area Renewal Corporation
  • International Paper
  • Keep Tennessee Beautiful
  • Smith & Nephew

What types of activities do green interns perform?

  • Advertising, Advocacy, Education, Fundraising, Marketing, Project Management, Public Relations, Research, Social Media, Special Events, and other appropriate activities

For more information, contact Dixie Crase at drcrase@memphis.edu.

University of Memphis’ Access and Diversity Internships

From the University of Memphis’ Career Services office:


Access and Diversity Support Awards for Internships

The University of Memphis Scholarship Committee has provided funding for several undergraduate awards for Access and Diversity Internships for Summer 2012. Selected students will be provided the opportunity to work with a campus or community partner to enhance the student’s career preparation and to assist in the organization’s efforts to offer appropriate services and/or products to clients.

If you are interested in applying for an internship, please review the information below and submit the attached application form by February 3, 2012.

Who is eligible to apply for an award for an internship?

Undergraduate students who meet the following criteria:

  • are Tennessee Residents (Paid in-state tuition for Spring 2012)
  • have a minimum of 60 earned hours at time of application
  • have a minimum of 3.00 grade point average at time of application

AND

  • are certified by the TRiO Programs as being in compliance with TRiO requirements.  Students in TRiO Programs are first generation, low income, or students with disabilities. For more information about TRiO Programs, please visit www.memphis.edu/trio

   OR

Non TRiO students who meet ONE of the following criteria: 

  • Resident from one of the following rural West Tennessee counties: Benton, Carroll, Chester, Crockett, Decatur, Dyer, Fayette, Gibson, Hardeman, Hardin, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Lake, Lauderdale, Madison, McNairy, Obion, Tipton, or Weakly
  • 1st generation student (neither parent graduated from college)
  • Member of an historically underrepresented race/ethnicity (African American, American Indian, Asian, or Hispanic)
  • Eligible for a Pell grant
  • Registered with Student Disability Services

What does an internship require?

Students selected for an Access and Diversity Award for Internship are required to:

  • participate in an Internship Preparation Workshop
  • complete an approved internship learning contract and register for an
    o   Internship Course in Academic Major or
    o   UNIV 4000 – Community Internship
  • work 150 clock hours during the summer (June 4 – August 9)
  • present internship experience at Student Affairs Access/Diversity Support Awards for Internships Recognition Event

What do selected students receive?

  • Selected students will receive a summer award of $1500 to apply towards the cost of tuition and fees, including those fees related to an academic internship.  After ALL fees have been satisfied for the semester, any excess aid will be released to the student by either direct deposit or paper check. Please refer to the Bursar’s Office Calendar for disbursement dates.

Where do selected interns work?

Students who are selected to receive the Student Affairs Access/Diversity Support Awards for Internships may work with a campus or community partner such as the Fogelman College of Business & Economics, Memphis Zoo, Memphis Botanic Gardens, Memphis Red Cross, College of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, Athletics, Memphis Area Women’s Council, etc.

How do students apply for an internship?

Complete and submit an application to Courtney Cook, cpierce2@memphis.edu by 3:30 p.m., Friday, February 3, 2012.

Summer Internship at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

From the Berkman Center for Internet & Society:


Each summer the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University swings open the doors of our big yellow house to welcome a group of talented and curious students as full-time interns – Berkterns! – who are passionate about the promise of the Internet. Finding connected and complementary research inquiries among their diverse backgrounds, students represent all levels of study, are being trained in disciplines across the board, and come from universities all over the world to tackle issues related to the core of Berkman’s research agenda, including law, technology, innovation, and knowledge; the relationship between Internet and civic activity; and technology, law, and development.

The application deadline for all students for Summer 2012 is Sunday, February 12 2012 at 11:59 p.m. ET.


Learn more details about the program at the Berkman Center’s website.

Web Communications, Public Relations and Multimedia Internships at Wolf Trap

Title: Web Communications Internship (PAID)

Location: Vienna, Va.

Website: http://www.wolftrap.org/

Description: The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for publicizing and marketing all of Wolf Trap’s programs and for ensuring a strong and consistent corporate image throughout all materials and promotional pieces relating to Wolf Trap.

Contact: For further information call (703) 255-1933 or 1 (800) 404-8461, or email internships@wolftrap.org.

Responsibilities: Available each summer. Assist with development of e-communication strategies as you work with the Web team to maintain existing website content and design and develop new Web pages, marketing emails, Flash banners, and more.

  • Make updates to pages on http://www.wolftrap.org
  • Create and prepare HTML files and graphics
  • Assist in development of new media, possibly including Flash banners and sound clips

Qualifications:

  • Strong knowledge of the Web and online technologies
  • Experience with HTML, Adobe Photoshop, and CMS
  • Good writing/editing skills and attention to detail
  • Experience with other Web applications and knowledge of online communication strategies a plus
  • Three electronic samples required

Title: Public Relations Internship (PAID)

Location: Vienna, Va.

Website: http://www.wolftrap.org/

Description: The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for publicizing and marketing all of Wolf Trap’s programs and for ensuring a strong and consistent corporate image throughout all materials and promotional pieces relating to Wolf Trap.

Contact: For further information call (703) 255-1933 or 1 (800) 404-8461, or email internships@wolftrap.org.

Responsibilities: Available during the spring and summer semesters. Help develop and implement PR strategies at Wolf Trap performances and events by writing and assisting with the distribution of press releases, coordinating press attendance, and assisting with social media outreach, blog posts, and more.

  • Respond to queries from both press and public
  • Assist with upkeep of a variety of Wolf Trap digital communication tools
  • Populate online event sites with Wolf Trap performance detail
  • Write promotional articles and artist biographies
  • Proofread and edit copy

Qualifications:

  • Strong ability to communicate verbally and in writing
  • Public Relations, Journalism, or Arts Administration majors/backgrounds preferred
  • Experience with digital communication tools
  • Passion for social networking and familiarity with relevant online portals
  • Familiarity with the local press and related print, broadcast, and online news outlets

Title: Multimedia Internship (PAID)

Location: Vienna, Va.

Website: http://www.wolftrap.org/

Description: The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for publicizing and marketing all of Wolf Trap’s programs and for ensuring a strong and consistent corporate image throughout all materials and promotional pieces relating to Wolf Trap.

Contact: For further information call (703) 255-1933 or 1 (800) 404-8461, or email internships@wolftrap.org.

Responsibilities: Available during the summer and fall semesters. Help broaden Wolf Trap’s visibility with the latest multimedia video technology. You will shoot, edit, and post videos for Web usage, as well as contribute to the new interactive features of our website including Internet radio, podcasts, RSS feeds, and distance-learning opportunities.

  • Work closely with the Web and Social Media staff to develop Internet marketing strategies that help promote Wolf Trap’s arts and education programs
  • Process video and audio segments for the website
  • Assist with on-site multimedia communications including interactive kiosks, Flash, and Power Point presentations

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of video, graphics, audio, and Web editing software packages (Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack Pro preferred)
  • Past video production experience preferred
  • Flexible work schedule (nights and weekends required)
  • Please submit three varied multimedia samples with your application

To apply for each of these positions, required materials are:

  • A cover letter with a brief personal statement and an outline of career goals, specification of which departmental internship(s) is desired, and, if applicable, the desire to participate in the Josie A. Bass Career Development Program for African American Students or Los Padres Internship Program for Hispanic/Latino Students.
  • A resume listing relevant courses, previous experience, and special skills. No transcripts please.
  • 2 academic and/or professional recommendations.
  • 2 contrasting writing samples, no more than 3 pages each (except Technical, Scenic Painting, Costuming, Stage Management, Accounting, Graphic Design, Information Systems, or Photography applicants). No creative writing please.
  • Additional materials may be required for specific internships. Please refer to individual job descriptions.

Wolf Trap will confirm receipt of complete applications via email or mail.

Complete applications must be received, not postmarked, by the deadlines.

  • Summer Internships (May-September) – March 1
  • Fall Internships (September-December) – July 1
  • Spring Internships (January-April) – November 1

Send application to:

Internship Program
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
1645 Trap Road
Vienna, Virginia 22182

Fax: (703) 255-1924
Email: internships@wolftrap.org. Submitting applications via email is strongly encouraged


Interns: It is strongly advised that you enroll in the journalism’s department’s internship class. Read more here.

Web design opportunity at Women In Community Ministries, Inc.

Women in Community Ministries is looking for a student who can help their organization design and launch a website. Because Women in Community Ministries is a nonprofit, the opportunity is unpaid or at a low fee.  It would be a great option for a graduate project or to help build a portfolio. The designer will build a website that:

  • allows individuals to donate money
  • provides information to the individuals they assist
  • explains who they are and what they do
  • lists the programs and activities they offer
  • contains contact information
  • contains images
  • integrates social media
  • can be updated frequently

If interested, contact Brenda Woods, Executive Director of Women In Community Ministries, Inc. at wicmmemphis@hotmail.com.

Pieces of the Puzzle: Journeys in Creative Real Estate Investing

Title: Radio Intern (PAID – salary negotiable)
Location:
Memphis, TN, 20 hours/week
Contact: Robert Feol
Posted: April 29
Pieces of the Puzzle

Message from Robert Feol, radio show host:

Hello, my name is Robert Feol and I am a Memphis real estate investor(full time) and also a radio show host, my radio program ‘Pieces of the Puzzle: Journeys in Creative Real Estate Investing’ having been on 990 KWAM The New Voice of Memphis and 600 WREC(News Radio) for the past 2 years.  I believe, through my consulting work in Memphis for real estate investors and my radio show, I may have an exciting internship opportunity for a candidate with the right qualifications.

Specifically, I am seeking an intern to assist with three things, in the following prioritized order:

1) Do the graphic design and layout of a new magazine I am working on launching, Robert Feol’s Creative Investing Journal Monthly.  This magazine is focused on bringing cutting edge news and thought provoking angles to a subscription base of investors globally, and readership is built through online media marketing and also national and international speaking engagements.  Specifically, I need an intern who is WELL VERSED in Adobe InDesign (CS5) and able to do the layout, covers, and graphical illustration(as well as some minor proofreading) while meeting specific guidelines.  I also need the intern to be able to work directly with the fulfillment center as far as getting proof copies, etc.

2) I need an intern to assist with booking national talent in the worlds of finance and real estate for my radio program.  They will work with publicists, etc to do the final scheduling, coordinating of courses(home study courses/affiliate products), etc., in a prompt and professional manner.  I do the initial contacts right now, though this could easily be turned over to them also.

3) I will need their help in coordinating affiliate programs(which are monetized), and also working with our Indian IT team to add affiliate links to our website.

I believe that my work and growing career in broadcast radio and as a national speaker would present some enjoyable opportunities as well as a tremendous learning experience for an intern in your school of Journalism looking for a successful career in the field of Journalism.  We have a staff of about 7 at the office I work out of at 6262 Poplar.

This opportunity may also include international travel, as we may need the intern to travel with us to foreign countries like Singapore and Australia, depending on speaking bookings.  Obviously, all of the intern’s expenses would be covered by us, if the University allows such travel.

Here are some recent media articles about me and our show:

http://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/stories/2010/09/06/story10.html
http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2009/oct/14/my-profession-radio-talk-show-host-and-real/
http://memphis.bizjournals.com/memphis/stories/2010/01/04/story5.html
http://www.memphisdailynews.com/editorial/Article.aspx?id=49053

To apply: E-mail Robert