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Internship and job opportunities

Explore internship and job opportunities in media, communications, sports, journalism and digital marketing.

Paid internships

Browse a variety of broadcast, public relations, print and digital media, and social media/analytics/SEO internships and part-time job listings. All internships that are secured through this listing must be taken for credit. No exceptions.

KTVK/KPHO

Deadline: Sunday, May 5, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

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!

Interested in learning more? Check out the program description and apply today!

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, but 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.

We’re committed to a broad applicant recruiting outreach program in our continuing efforts to represent our diverse community.

Qualifications/Requirements:

▪️ Be currently enrolled in a college/university (preferred Junior/Senior)
▪️ Strong work ethic, and organizational skills
▪️ Earning a degree in Journalism/Communications, Sales, Marketing, Engineering, News, Sports, or related fields, with a desire to get hands-on experience in the local media industry

Interested in the program? Click on the link to learn more!

St. Vincent de Paul

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The SVdP Leadership In Action (LIA) Fellows are current University or College Students or recent graduates who strive to be a part of the solution by sharing their gifts, expertise, and passion with SVdP and those we serve. At the core of the Fellowship is the desire to co-create an experience with our fellows that helps to develop the next generation of strong, social leaders and builds the capacity of SVdP to serve the community.

LIA Fellows will be supported through a cohort model that exemplifies collaboration and cross pollination within SVdP Departments, programs, SVdP Leadership, donors and Fellows. Throughout the Fellowship, Fellows will engage in a continuous learning framework through one on one mentorship, biweekly cohort gatherings, monthly educational sessions, an intentional
feedback process, and guided reflection. This framework is intended to create time and space for fellows to support one another, learn from each other, and develop their personal leadership style.

The Dream Center (DC) works alongside the Family Evening Meal program (FEM), which provides essential meals and services for low income families with children under the age of 17. The Dream Center is available to children between the ages of 4-17, and offers educational and entertaining materials, such as tutoring services, chess, art, piano, and dance classes. Both programs work side by side to provide nourishment, offer stimulating programming to the children, resources for assistance and offer fresh take home boxes of food.

Please click to learn more about the position and to apply.

St. Vincent de Paul

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The SVdP Leadership In Action (LIA) Fellows are current University or College Students or recent graduates who strive to be a part of the solution by sharing their gifts, expertise, and passion with SVdP and those we serve. At the core of the Fellowship is the desire to co-create an experience with our fellows that helps to develop the next generation of strong, social leaders and builds the capacity of SVdP to serve the community.

LIA Fellows will be supported through a cohort model that exemplifies collaboration and cross pollination within SVdP Departments, programs, SVdP Leadership, donors and Fellows. Throughout the Fellowship, Fellows will engage in a continuous learning framework through one on one mentorship, biweekly cohort gatherings, monthly educational sessions, an intentional
feedback process, and guided reflection. This framework is intended to create time and space for fellows to support one another, learn from each other, and develop their personal leadership style.

The Marketing Copywriting Fellow will be the driving force in creating and delivering content for SVdP’s summer campaigns including the ABC15 Water Drive, 100 Days of Summer and Ozanam Manor campaign. The fellow will write and edit website content, draft email solicitations to donors, gather and create content to update and thank donors throughout the summer, craft text messages for donation solicitations, and more. The fellow should be comfortable writing marketing campaign materials in brand voice to solicit donations and share the organization mission with donors and supporters. The Fellow will report to Marketing Manager Sarah Farrell and is expected to work with and take direction from all Marketing & Communications staff.

Please click to learn more about the position and to apply.

St. Vincent de Paul

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The SVdP Leadership In Action (LIA) Fellows are current University or College Students or recent graduates who strive to be a part of the solution by sharing their gifts, expertise, and passion with SVdP and those we serve. At the core of the Fellowship is the desire to co-create an experience with our fellows that helps to develop the next generation of strong, social leaders and builds the capacity of SVdP to serve the community.

LIA Fellows will be supported through a cohort model that exemplifies collaboration and cross pollination within SVdP Departments, programs, SVdP Leadership, donors and Fellows. Throughout the Fellowship, Fellows will engage in a continuous learning framework through one on one mentorship, biweekly cohort gatherings, monthly educational sessions, an intentional
feedback process, and guided reflection. This framework is intended to create time and space for fellows to support one another, learn from each other, and develop their personal leadership style.

The Marketing Graphic Design Fellow will be the driving force in creating and delivering graphic content for SVdP’s summer campaigns including the ABC15 Water Drive, 100 Days of Summer and Ozanam Manor campaign. The fellow will develop and create social media graphics, flyers for various programs and marketing campaigns, marketing email headers, and more. The fellow should be comfortable creating engaging graphics and will learn to create graphic designs to solicit donations and share the organization mission with donors and supporters. The Fellow will report to Marketing Manager Sarah Farrell and is expected to work with and take direction from all Marketing & Communications staff.

Please click to learn more about the position and to apply.

ON Advertising

Deadline: Friday, April 26, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Since 1993, ON Advertising has been igniting brands with a creative spark. As a trusted partner for businesses in both B2B and B2C realms, our talented team infuses every project with innovation and imagination. From captivating visuals to compelling storytelling, we craft campaigns that leave a lasting impression.

Join our fast-paced agency and gain hands-on experience in account management! This internship provides a unique opportunity to assist with client campaigns, provide creative ideas & input, manage project tasks, and develop content for marketing initiatives. You’ll get to learn from industry professionals and gain exposure to various diverse clients and industries, including food & beverage, government, construction, nonprofits, and more. This internship pays $15 an hour and would fulfill the internship hour requirements for JMC484, MCO484, MCO584, and MCO294.

Duties:
· Work on client accounts under the supervision of Account Executive(s)
· Write copy and provide design inspiration for campaigns and marketing materials
· Write blog posts and marketing emails
· Attend internal & client meetings and take detailed notes

Our Ideal Candidate:
ON Advertising’s ideal candidate is detail-oriented, possess strong verbal & written communication skills, and have a passion for marketing strategy.

Send resumes to Macy Wilbur at mwilbur@onadvertising.com by April 26th.

Ability360

Deadline: Friday, April 26, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Start Date: Summer Internship (May 15 to Aug. 9 with some flexibility)
Class Standing: Rising junior or junior with previous internship experience (preferred)
Hours: Minimum 22 hours per week (In Person, Reliable Transportation Required)
Type: Paid $15 per hour
Reports to: Karam Gafsi, Ability360 Videographer and graduate of ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication

Interns must register for course credit. This internship fulfills the requirements of JMC484, MCO484, MCO584 and MCO294.

Please submit resumes to JohnB@ability360.org & KaramG@ability360.org by April 26 at 5 p.m.

Ability360 is a nonprofit organization that offers and promotes programs designed to empower people with disabilities to take personal responsibility so that they may achieve or continue independent lifestyles within the community.

Ability360 is seeking a Marketing and Broadcast intern to assist with identifying and developing stories related to the disability community, and to participate in marketing campaigns for events such as sports, activism, outdoor recreation, and community integration. Responsibilities will include writing, editing, online research, event planning, and may also include photography, videography, commercial art, and post-production of media. Interns will be tasked with interviewing consumers, staff, community members, and others to develop stories and video content, which may be distributed or published in various formats such as newspapers, magazines, radio, print ads, website, Facebook, and Ability360 marketing materials. The ideal candidate should be competent in developing creative stories and is comfortable working independently, but also open to collaboration.

The Athletic

Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Athletic is accepting applications for its inaugural Leon H. Carter newsroom internship, a 12-week program either remote or based in New York City, which will run from September 16, 2024 – December 6, 2024. The intern will be embedded on our editorial design and visuals team, which will expose the intern to every facet of the newsroom. The mission of The Athletic’s internship program is to attract and develop the industry’s next stars. The intern will help shape our most informative coverage while helping to advance our goal to be the top destination for sports news around the world. The rate of pay for this role is $20.00 USD per hour.

This is a remote internship that will require some travel to New York City. Candidates based in New York City have the option of working on-site in the New York office.

Please click the link to learn more about the position and to apply.

The Athletic

Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Athletic is accepting applications for its inaugural Leon H. Carter newsroom internship, a 12-week program either remote or based in New York City, which will run from September 16, 2024 – December 6, 2024. The intern will be embedded on our Major League Baseball desk, working directly alongside our talented team of editors and writers. The mission of The Athletic’s internship program is to attract and develop the industry’s next stars. The intern will help shape our most informative coverage while helping to advance our goal to be the top destination for sports news around the world. The rate of pay for this role is $20.00 USD per hour.

This is a remote internship that will require some travel to New York City. Candidates based in New York City have the option of working on-site in the New York office.

Please click the link to learn more about the position and to apply.

Varsity Sports Show

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Varsity Sports Show is looking for interns! Credit earning, paid positions (varies by duties). We are looking for the following:
– Field Correspondents
– Radio Show Hosts
– Social Media Managers
– Technical Directors
– Sports Broadcasters
– Camera Operators

Earn College Credit toward graduation!

Email Vince D’Aliesio at info@varsitysportsshow.com for more information and feel free to check us out on Instagram/Facebook/TikTok @varsitysportsshow and on Twitter (X) @varsityshow

Click the link to learn more!

Alaska Baseball League

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Alaska Baseball League Summer Internships – The Alaska Baseball league is seeking summer interns to serve in video, social media, or graphic design roles for the league office. The ABL is a collegiate summer baseball league based in Anchorage, Alaska.

Video – Create and edit content (highlight packages, reels, TikToks, YouTube videos/shorts, etc.) to recap games/series, promote the league, engage with fans, highlight player and intern experience.

Social Media – Create content and manage social media channels (Instagram, Twitter/X, Facebook, TikTok) for the official ABL accounts. Engage with fans, players, families, and local partners.

Graphics – Create graphics for league media channels, can include player spotlights, stat recaps, pull quotes, etc.

Details – All roles in-person, paid, with potential for financial assistance with travel to and from Alaska, living in Anchorage, food and gas.

Dates – 6/8/2024 – 8/10/2024

Contact – email harpermayfield@gmail.com with your resume, cover letter, and work samples as available.

The Arizona Republic

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Do you love podcasts? Interested in upping your audio game? The Arizona Republic’s podcast internship is the perfect opportunity for students looking to produce professional podcast episodes.

The Republic has two flagship podcasts, Valley 101 and The Gaggle. Valley 101 is our human-interest podcast where we answer questions about metro-Phoenix, explore its history, and find out what makes Phoenix, Phoenix. The Gaggle is our award-winning Arizona politics show hosted by Ron Hansen and Mary Jo Pitzl.

Interns will be part of the podcast team in every way. You will pitch story ideas, do research, interviews, write scripts and produce your own episodes of Valley 101. Interns also support the podcast team by collecting audio for our politics podcast, The Gaggle, and doing research on a wide range of political topics. You will also receive one-on-one training on how to improve your audio skills which you can apply to any newsroom in the future.

We are looking for an intern who is a great storyteller and has an interest in local stories. You should be a self-starter and excellent with time management and deadlines. Audio experience is strongly recommended, including using recording equipment and Audition. However, we are open to students without that experience but have strong reporting and storytelling skills.

This internship 20 hours a week with a pay rate of $14.35/ hour.

Interested applicants should contact Kaely Monahan at kaely.monahan@arizonarepublic.com. Submit your resume that shows of your reporting experience and if you have them, submit samples of your work that best show your storytelling ability.

Varsity Sports Show

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Technical Director: The crew manager on-site for a game broadcast. Responsible for managing equipment, managing the livestream broadcast, managing the crew (including the broadcasters). The Technical director is responsible for ensuring equipment is set up properly, graphics are created and stream is active.

Minimum qualifications: Looking for a motivated self-starter that has experience in livestreaming and managing broadcast equipment to provide occasional field correspondence reporting on community and sporting events. Computer technology background not necessary but preferred. Experience with OBS studio preferred. Strong interest in sports and own reliable transportation required. Pay range $75-$125 per game. Please email/call/text, send cv/resume: Vince D’Aliesio, 480.220.4629.

BJ Media

Deadline: Sunday, June 30, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

PHOTO:
Take photos of players at assigned sporting event and upload them to the team google drive to be edited and watermarked by the photo editor. Most hours will be during weekday evenings and weekends and photographers are expected to communicate with Brandon before and after every game to be aware of any special requests. All employees are expected to respond to ALL texts and emails with important information within 12 hours.

VIDEO:
Film assigned players at assigned sporting event and upload them to the team google drive to be edited into mixtapes by the video editor. Most hours will be during weekday evenings and weekends and video interns are expected to communicate with Brandon before and after every game to be aware of any special requests. All employees are expected to respond to ALL texts and emails with important information within 12 hours.

Please click the link to learn more about each position and to apply.

City of Phoenix Office of Mayor Kate Gallego

Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Qualifications:
Ideal candidates will be an undergraduate student studying public policy, urban planning, communication, political science, business, sustainability, etc. Both University and Community College students are welcome to apply. This internship will be based in the Mayor’s Office at Phoenix City Hall.

Specific Job Duties:
The Communications Intern will learn about communication strategies, both as it pertains to traditional media and social media. The intern will work closely with the communications team to:
Draft press releases and Mayoral talking points;
Organize and maintain press lists and spreadsheets;
Create social media content;
Monitor media;
Other responsibilities as determined by the Communication Team.

Interns will also be expected to attend at least 3 community events throughout the course of their internship.

Hours Required:
internships require 3 five-hour shifts or 2 eight-hour shifts. The office is open between Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM–5:00 PM.

To Apply:
Please send a one-page cover letter, current resume, a writing sample (max. 3 pages) and two references to Patrick.carlson@phoenix.gov. To be considered in the first review of applicants please apply before close of business on April 12, 2024.

**PLEASE put everything into one .pdf or .word document, this makes it easier to keep track of your materials.

About Mayor Gallego:
Mayor Kate Gallego is the second elected female Mayor in Phoenix history and the youngest big city Mayor in the United States. She graduated from Harvard University and earned an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Before being elected to Phoenix City Council, Mayor Gallego worked on Economic Development for local utility company, Salt River Project.

Mayor Gallego has focused on three key policy areas during her time in office: diversifying the economy, strengthening infrastructure investment, and working to make Phoenix a leader in sustainability. Her record of proven results includes leading the campaign to pass Phoenix’s citywide transportation plan through 2050, which was the largest local government commitment to transportation infrastructure in the country when it passed in 2015. She has led efforts on criminal justice reform, sustainability, homelessness, and housing affordability, and ensuring equal pay for equal work. Mayor Gallego is passionate about building a Phoenix that works for everyone and increasing the quality of life for all Phoenicians.

Phoenix is the fifth largest city in the United States and is currently the fastest growing city in the country. Visit phoenix.gov/mayor for more.

Varsity Sports Show

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Field Correspondents needed!!

Mass Communications Students– we need interns in the spring to report on sports events in the community! Varsity Sports Show has expanded NATIONALLY and we need reporters outside of the Phoenix Metropolitan area (statewide in AZ and nationally) to report on events in the community. You will record segments (and report live) for weekly radio show, publish to website blog, and create video packages for Varsity Weekly Youtube show.

Positions pay a $500 semester stipend. This internship is only 8-10 hours a week and will fulfill MCO 294.

Please email info@varsitysportsshow.com with letter of interest and resume, text/call 480.220.4629.

City Internships

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Develop real-world skills and experience with a leading company in one of nine professional fields. You’ll work with a team of advisors to secure an internship, in your selected city and industry, where your skills and aspirations are well matched.

CI alumni secure graduate-level employment three-times more quickly, and starting salaries 30% higher, than their peers.

This quadruple-blend of hands-on learning and real-world experience and cohort-based and individual training is what makes CI so unique and effective. You’ll enjoy the intellectual challenge and camaraderie afforded by our series of classes, workshops, and events. And, at your internship, you’ll put theory into practice, develop tangible real-world skills, and begin to build your professional network as you learn alongside new and seasoned professionals.

Please click the link to learn more and to apply.

Paid student work

ASU Art Museum

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

ASU Art Museum is currently seeking a self-motivated and creative individual to support the ASU Art Museum’s Communications department. The Communications Aide plays an integral role and will work closely with the department head assisting with a variety of Communication projects, not limited to but including social media content, tabling and clerical work. The Communications head department will strategize and approve what content to post ahead of time. A qualified candidate will possess an ability to manage multiple assignments and priorities, along with a professional attitude and demeanor.

Incumbent may work up to 25 hours per week on a regular schedule during normal business hours (Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.). Some evenings and weekends may be required.

*In order to apply for this position, you must qualify for Federal Work Study

Please click the link to learn more and to apply.

The Reynolds Center for Business Journalism

Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Reynolds Center for Business Journalism is seeking a 2024 summer Reynolds Center Assistant to help produce and promote multimedia content for the Center’s website businessjournalism.org. This is an opportunity to work with a small team of experienced and talented editors who can help polish your communication or writing skills and mentor you in a fun, professional environment. This position is open to applicants in the final two years of their undergraduate program or current graduate applicants who are in a degree program related to journalism, communications, or marketing. Students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication are highly encouraged to apply. Essential duties will vary based on the applicant’s degree program and skills but may include any of the following: developing story ideas, writing news stories, creating social media and ad campaigns, making videos or graphics, writing press releases, and assisting the Center with networking and building industry connections. This position is for the 12-week summer semester, 20hrs per week. Starting and ending dates are flexible.

Click the link to learn more and to apply.

School of Molecular Sciences

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The School of Molecular Sciences is looking for a creative, organized and self-motivated Social Media/ Design Marketing Assistant to help elevate stories of students and faculty through digital marketing platforms. The marketing assistant position offers a variety of projects to expand your experience and interests with a specific focus in social media, graphic design and email communications.

Examples of other tasks the marketing assistant will assist with include participating in marketing campaign development, social media management, writing, copy editing, graphic design and developing and executing detailed projects. The marketing assistant will work directly with the marketing and communications manager to assist with marketing campaigns on social media, email and web platforms.

Please click the link to learn more and to apply.

arboleda

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

arboleda takes your senses on a culinary journey of the Mediterranean using the highest quality ingredients; sourced locally whenever possible. Its lively atmosphere and inspired design make arboleda the ideal destination for friendly gatherings, special occasions and much-deserved happy hours.

We are seeking a talented and creative Social Media Manager to join our team and play a crucial role in enhancing our online presence. The ideal candidate will be passionate about Mediterranean cuisine, possess excellent communication skills, and have experience managing successful social media campaigns.

Responsibilities:
1. **Content Creation:**
   – Develop engaging and visually appealing content, including photos, videos, and graphics, to showcase the restaurant’s menu items, ambiance, and special promotions.
2. **Social Media Strategy:**
   – Formulate a comprehensive social media strategy aligned with the restaurant’s brand identity and goals.
   – Define target audiences and tailor content to appeal to those demographics.
3. **Platform Management:**
   – Maintain and update profiles on various social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn).
   – Stay informed about platform updates and algorithm changes to optimize content reach.
4. **Community Engagement:**
   – Foster relationships with the online community by responding to comments and messages in a prompt and in professional manner.
   – Encourage user-generated content by interacting with customer posts and running contests or campaigns.
5. **Promotions and Campaigns:**
   – Plan and execute social media campaigns to promote special events, discounts, and seasonal menu items.
   – Utilize paid advertising on social media platforms effectively.
– Create, plan and execute the delivery of a quarterly restaurant newsletter to email subscribers.
6. **Analytics and Reporting:**
   – Monitor social media analytics to assess the performance of posts and campaigns.
   – Provide regular reports on key metrics, such as engagement, reach, and follower growth.
7. **Online Reputation Management:**
   – Monitor online reviews on platforms like Yelp and TripAdvisor and address any negative feedback
appropriately.
   – Showcase positive reviews and testimonials to build trust and credibility.
8. **Menu Updates and Highlights:**
   – Regularly update the audience on new menu items, chef specials, and unique offerings.
   – Use enticing visuals and creative captions to make menu items stand out.
9. **Event Coverage:**
    – Live coverage of events, including behind-the-scenes looks, special celebrations, and customer interactions.
    – Utilize Instagram Stories, Facebook Live, or other relevant features for real-time engagement.
10. **Hashtag Management:**
    – Create and promote branded hashtags to encourage user participation and content sharing.
    – Monitor trending and relevant industry hashtags for increased visibility.
11. **Stay Informed About Industry Trends:**
    – Keep up-to-date with social media and restaurant industry trends to implement fresh and innovative ideas.
12. **Customer Feedback Analysis:**
    – Extract insights from customer feedback on social media to inform operational improvements and customer satisfaction.

Qualifications:
– Experience and expertise in managing a brand’s social media presence.
– Strong understanding of social media platforms, algorithms, and best practices.
– Photography and graphic design skills.
– Proficiency in social media scheduling and analytics tools.
– Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
– Ability to work collaboratively and adapt to a fast-paced environment.

Job Status: Part-time, 10 hours per week. $18/hour.

Applications should be submitted to: gm@arboledaaz.com

Arizona Board of Regents

Deadline: Monday, April 15, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) seeks a multimedia communications intern for the spring of 2024 (now – June) in its Phoenix office. This position will be paid $14.35 per hour. Minimum hours would be 15 hours/week.

As a multimedia communications intern at ABOR, you will work closely with the communications team to support the identification and development of communication strategies through multiple platforms to boost engagement, educate and inform the board’s stakeholders about its ongoing initiatives and activities. This internship offers a broad multimedia experience and mentorship to support the student’s academic development. The intern will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with the board’s communication team, as well as communication colleagues at Arizona’s public universities.

Responsibilities include:
• Support creation of monthly content calendars, including content for social and digital platforms
• Monitor the board’s social media channels, earned media and assist with the development of analytics
• Assist in shooting/editing videos and taking photos at events and meetings
• Assist with media relation initiatives
• Develop draft press releases, advisories, collateral, presentations, fact sheets
• Support the communications team at live and online events

Requirements
• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
• Basic knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram
• Experience with any or all of the following software/applications are highly desirable: Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier, Hootsuite, or Meltwater
• Strong AP-style writing skills
• Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively; possess excellent organization and communications skills; can pay attention to detail
• Must be available to work in our Phoenix office and have a mode of transportation

How to Apply
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, three to five work samples including writing, social and digital media content, and the names and contact information of three professional references who are able to speak to the qualifications listed above to hr@azregents.edu.

The World Hip Hop Dance Championship

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

The World Hip Hop Dance Championship will take place in Phoenix from August 3-10. From the creators of “America’s Best Dance Crew,” this is the largest and most respected dance crew championship in the world. Some 4000 champions from 55 nations will go for the gold and the coveted title of world champion.

We are looking for an individual with excellent writing and people skills and organizational abilities to work directly with the head of media relations for the event. If this position speaks to you, please send an e mail to laurence@tlcmediaworks.com to let us know why you are interested and what makes you the best person for the job.

The position pays $16 per hour for 40 hours.

Galaxy Concrete Coatings

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

If you are a talented content creator with a passion for writing, video production, and photography, we want to hear from you! Join our team and help us create engaging and inspiring content that captivates our audience.

This will be a full time, hybrid remote position, working 30-40 hours a week. The content creator must have the ability to come into the office once a week as well as make job site visits as needed to capture images and video. Outside of these requirements, the hours are flexible.

Our office is located at 795 E Chandler Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85225. Job sites are located throughout the Phoenix area.

Responsibilities:
– Write compelling and engaging content for our website, social media platforms, and marketing materials
– Create visually appealing and informative videos that showcase our products and services
– Capture high-quality photos that tell a story and resonate with our target audience
– Collaborate with other team members to brainstorm ideas and develop content strategies
– Stay up-to-date on industry trends and best practices to ensure our content remains fresh and relevant
– Manage and maintain a content calendar to ensure timely delivery across all platforms

Qualifications:
– Proven experience in writing, video production, and photography
– Strong storytelling skills and the ability to create content that resonates with a diverse
audience
– Excellent communication and collaboration skills
– Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines
– A keen eye for detail and a strong sense of creativity
– Proficiency in editing software such as Adobe Creative Suite preferred

Pay: $20

If you are interested in this position, please contact us at (480) 935-0262 or
lauren@galaxyconcretecoatings.com.

CARISCA

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

CARISCA is looking for a student to assist with its strategic communication and marketing, event management and business development initiatives to diverse audiences in Africa and around the world.

The job can be tailored to meet the skills and interests of the successful candidate but may involve setting up email campaigns in MailChimp; developing social media posts for LinkedIn and Facebook; creating graphics in Canva; updating the WordPress website; producing analytical reports and suggesting strategies for increasing audience engagement; writing/editing newsletter, website and social media content; creating paid ad campaigns; editing videos; cleaning up audio transcripts; entering data/cleaning up MailChimp database; conducting targeted market research to augment existing contact lists; helping manage online events and providing administrative support.

This position is completely remote. Occasional meetings may be held in person in Tempe, Arizona, but it is not required for this role to attend in-person.

Please click the link to learn more and to apply.

Frog Tutoring

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

At Frog Tutoring, we constantly seek remarkable individuals who possess a unique blend of expertise and a passion for empowering students academically. As you are closely involved with your students, we trust your ability to identify those who may be excellent fits for our tutoring roles. We also extend an invitation to esteemed faculty members like yourself to consider this opportunity.

In light of the rapid evolution in the educational landscape, we are witnessing an unprecedented surge in demand for tutoring. Specifically, we anticipate a substantial increase in students requiring assistance in Communication in and around Phoenix for the upcoming spring semester.

As the new semester dawns, we realize many of your students may be on the lookout for part-time employment. We humbly request you to forward this opportunity to them and any others who might be interested in channeling their passion for mentoring and tutoring towards becoming a tutor with us.

Please click the link to learn more and to apply.

Unpaid internships

Times Media Group

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Who we are: At Times Media Group, our passion is telling stories. We’ve been doing it for more than a quarter century. We are the trusted source for news and information in the array of communities we serve. At Times Media Group, we bring a lot more than the news. We bring community.

Position: As a web intern, you will be responsible for scheduling written and edited content to go on our various websites throughout the week while giving each story engaging and relevant keywords and adding visual elements like photos and videos to give the content an engaging and elegant digital aesthetic.

Availability: Must be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday.

Skills:
– Knowledge of SEO
– Experience using photo editing tools like Photoshop or GIMP
– Experience using Google Drive
– Experience using a content management system, Blox is preferred.
– Knowledge of AP style
– Experience using InDesign/ InCopy
– Experience with Adobe creative suite

Experience:
– Is studying digital audiences
– Has basic knowledge of HTML coding (has already taken and passed the coding for journalists course)
– Is studying digital journalism
– Is studying digital marketing

Feel free to send any inquiries or questions to web@timeslocalmedia.com

Maccabi USA and Maccabi Media

Deadline: Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2024

Wage: Paid

Instructions:

Maccabi USA and Maccabi Media are proud to present a career-development program offering a unique international experience for aspiring sports media professionals who are Jewish. Following a comprehensive application process, a team of students will be selected to cover the 2025 Maccabiah (M25) in Israel, from July 1-22, 2025 with a domestic training camp to start a few days in advance.

Participants will perform several of the following sports media roles while covering the 2025 Maccabiah and must show previous experience during the application process in as many of these areas as possible:
o Play-by-Play, Color Analysis, and/or Sideline Reporting
o Live Event Production/Streaming
o Videography & Editing Video for Daily Features/Packages
o Sports Reporting (Interviewing & Writing articles)
o Social Media Content Creation

Please click the link to learn more about the position and to apply.

Smithsonian Associates

Wage: Unpaid

Instructions:

Interns with Smithsonian Associates are offered unique opportunities to learn about all aspects of educational programming for both adults and children, while contributing extensively to one of the world’s great cultural institutions. Intern projects are designed to benefit both the Institution and complement the intern’s own interests, skills, and experience.

Intern Duties:
• Create new content and research relevant content to publish to Smithsonian Associates’ Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts
• Maintain schedule/editorial calendar for social media accounts
• Research and implement new creative strategies for expanding social media reach
• Attend Associates events to develop content for social media platforms
• Assist with monitoring and reporting on the success of social media initiatives
• Monitor comments; engage followers in conversation Learning Objectives:
• Create images and educational content for social media platforms to communicate with target audiences
• Gain experience in representing the Smithsonian brand
• Network with interns and staff in Smithsonian Associates and across the Smithsonian

Please click the link to learn more about the position and to apply.