WVUA 23 seeks social media interns

WVUA 23 is seeking interns to help boost our social media.

We are looking for students who like to write AP Style and have a passion for storytelling to write for the WVUA 23 web page as well as posting on Facebook and Twitter.

Television news is 24-hours-a-day information and WVUA wants you to be a part of it.

If you have taken JN311 and are interested, apply for a position with our social media team.

Log onto www.WVUA23.com, go to the About WVUA 23 tab and click on internship on right side of the page.

When you apply be sure to specify you are looking for the social media internship.

Credit available for photo work at UA service learning magazine

The UA Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility is offering honors independent-study credit during Fall 2017 to students who take photos for the UA Service Learning magazine and attend related meetings.

This high-quality publication could give you some impressive portfolio pieces (see current issue). Learning about and spreading word of the many ways students and faculty are positively affecting communities also is enjoyable and rewarding.

Students earn UH 400 credit. You must have 3 honors credits at the 100-, 200- or 300-level before registering for any UH 400 course.

To apply, send an application, along with an unofficial transcript, and five photos you have taken, to ogrider@ua.edu. Photos you select should be those most similar to material covered in the Service Learning magazine.

Olivia Grider
communications specialist

Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility
The University of Alabama
1710 Capital Hall
Box 870168 | Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
Mobile 205-861-8672
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Graphic Design Internship Opportunity in Tuscaloosa

The Alabama Center for Real Estate is seeking a Graphic Design intern for the summer/fall sessions. The ideal candidate will have experience in Illustrator and InDesign. The candidate will be responsible for two major projects, our Huntsville Housing Guide and the Montgomery Housing Guide. The template for these already exists in our Tuscaloosa Housing Guide, so a lot of the projects will involve changing numbers to fit the market. This is a great opportunity for hands on graphic design work and exposure to one of Alabama’s top industries in real estate.

Please contact Bryan Davis, Research/Media Coordinator at 205-348-5416 or bkdavis@culverhouse.ua.edu

 

Maine sports camp seeks summer video editors

Camp Skylemar, a summer sports camp for boys in Naples, Maine, is looking for video editors for the duration of our camp this summer.

The job would be from June 14 to August 12. 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. Applicants must be proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.

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

Anyone interested in the position, should them contact Shannon Rathmanner at 410-329-5995 or check the links below.

Skylemar Website

Skylemar Staff Application

 

 

Internship Opportunities at Alabama Public Radio in Tuscaloosa

Alabama Public Radio welcomes interns to the newsroom on a continuing basis, including fall and spring terms. Internship application deadlines are: August 1 (for fall), December 1 (for spring), and April 15 (for summer). Applications are available at the apr.org website.

Each intern is trained by the director to write his or her own story every day. Students research the story, track down interview subjects, do the interview, and write copy to be edited (all under supervision of the professional staff.)

Student writers’ material is used on APR newscasts, and interns often get to do spots for air. All from this work is done in the Digital Media Center inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. Director Pat Duggins turns students into crackerjack writers, which means jobs.

Assistant News Director Stan Ingold (singold@apr.org) is the point of contact for student interns at APR.

Applications now open for SUMMER & FALL 2017 Tuscaloosa News Internships

JN382/JCM382 Internship
Tuscaloosa News Internship Checklist

Below is a checklist of items students must submit in order to apply for a Journalism & Creative Media Department coordinated internship at The Tuscaloosa News. Students must have a 2.5 grade point average overall, have completed JN 311 (JCM303) News Writing and Reporting with a qualifying grade and have completed 45 hours of college work before taking this course. A student should be a major or minor in the Department of Journalism & Creative Media. Continue reading Applications now open for SUMMER & FALL 2017 Tuscaloosa News Internships

Apply now for Political Journalism Internships in Washington, D.C.

 

The Washington, DC based Institute on Political Journalism is now accepting applications for the February 8, 2017 Priority Deadline.

Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, and in partnership with George Mason University, the Institute on Political Journalism (IPJ) is an eight-week summer academic internship program that offers undergraduate students a first-hand look at the journalism and communications in our nation’s capital through:

• An internship placement in journalism or strategic communications
• Courses for credit in economics and government
• Exclusive lectures, briefings and professional development seminars
• Housing in the heart of Washington, D.C.

Our goal is to provide students with hands-on experience in reporting, editing, interviewing and navigating the media landscape in Washington. For public relations students, our goal is to put them front and center with companies and organizations that provide a variety of services for their clients: crisis management, media promotion, advocacy campaigns, legislative and federal outreach. As you know, today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. Building on what you have taught them in the classroom, we are committed to providing an educational experience that will prepare your students for successful careers in both media and strategic communications.

Students should apply by February 8 for priority admissions and scholarship consideration.

Please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPJ for detailed information on the program.

Institute on Political Journalism
Washington, DC
June 3 – July 28, 2017
www.DCinternships.org/IPJ

Priority Deadline for Scholarships: February 8
Final Deadline: March 16
**Scholarship Funding Available**

Will You Answer the Call?
Do you sit in class daydreaming about being a reporter for the White House press corps? Perhaps your dream is to be sitting in the press gallery in the U.S. Senate covering a Supreme Court nomination battle? Or is your dream to be at the table in a strategy session for a client who wants Congress and the public to take action on a particular issue? If you answered yes, we invite you to apply to the 2017 Institute on Political Journalism and be counted among the next generation of journalism and communications professionals.

Program Components:

Journalism or PR Internship: Intern 30-35 hours a week at a media news outlet or a strategic communications firm. You’ll learn firsthand how to:
o Cover Congress & the federal government.
o Do “man on the street” interviews.
o Use social media to promote a public relations campaign.
o Research background information on an investigative series.
o Gather sound bites from a Congressional hearing.
o Pitch a client’s new book to media outlets around the country.
o Attend a press conference at a federal agency.
o Create content for a radio stations website.
o Interview a member of Congress
o Shadow a TV producer in the field.
o Pitch ideas for ways to increase your clients’ membership base.
o Write breaking news story about statements made at a White House press conference.

Economics and Government Coursework: Combine theory and practice and take courses on economics, journalism, and government for 3 to 9 credit hours through George Mason University. Click here to view the course catalog.

Exclusive Lectures and Site Briefings: Attend a briefing by a member of Congress on Capitol Hill. Visit the Newseum or take private tour of the National Press Club. Tour the Washington Post Headquarters or take a behind the scenes tour of the press operations in the U.S. Senate.

Small Group Networking: Meet with seasoned reporters, TV producers, online editors, principles in major PR firms and learn about various career paths in journalism or strategic communications.

Mentor Program: Connect with a practitioner in your field of interest who will serve as a professional mentor during and after the program. He or she will provide tips for living in Washington as well as career advice and networking contacts.

Housing: Students will live in furnished apartments on campus at George Washington University in downtown Washington, DC and are matched with other program participants as roommates. The apartments are located steps from the White House, State Department and National Monuments, and provide easy access to the DC metro transportation system.

Scholarships: More than 70% of students receive partial scholarship awards based on financial need and merit.

This Could be You:
“My internship not only gave me a glimpse into the radio world, but I was able to jump in head first and completely immerse myself in the inner workings of it. I was given the valuable opportunity to help produce a podcast, write radio broadcast stories, and use audio editing programs. I also received feedback from my supervisor that has helped me become a better reporter. I would have never learned these skills or been exposed to the behind-the-scenes of talk radio without my IPJ internship!” 
Gianni Windahl, Southern Methodist University
Intern, Radio America

“During my internship I covered briefings on Capitol Hill, interviewed Foreign Ministers from all over the globe and sat in the White House Press Briefing Room. The experience was incomparable to anything I had previously experienced!”
Erica Brosnan, Hofstra University
Intern, The Washington Times

Application Instructions:
Applications are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of March 14, but applicants are encouraged to apply for by the February 8 Priority Deadline for Scholarships in order to receive special consideration.

Application requirements include a topical essay, statement of purpose, resume, official transcript, letter of recommendation and $25 application fee. An application checklist is available here: http://www.dcinternships.org/wp-content/uploads/IPJ-App-Instructions.pdf

Please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPJ for more program details and to begin an application. Questions may be directed to Joe Starrs, Institute on Political Journalism Director, at IPJ@tfas.org or 202.986.0384.

 

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