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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos you select should be those most similar to material covered in the Service Learning magazine.
Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility
The University of Alabama
1710 Capital Hall
Box 870168 | Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
email@example.com | cesr.ua.edu | facebook
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southeast Sun is seeking a full-time sports writer. Applicants must possess good writing, photography and time management skills. Competitive salary and benefits. The Sun is a locally owned publication covering Enterprise/Fort Rucker/Daleville for over 35 years. Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
The position is communications specialist in Alumni Affairs, but basically serves as assistant editor of Alabama Alumni Magazine and works directly with Lydia Avant. The person will also be in charge of the NAA annual report publication and will maintain all social media accounts for the NAA. We are looking for a very skilled editor, a strong writer, someone who has experience in inDesign and someone who is not afraid to come up with a good story idea and run with it.
Here is the link: http://staffjobs.ua.edu/?job=503503
Shelby County Newspapers, Inc., a media company that publishes award-winning newspapers, magazines and websites in Alabama’s most prosperous and fastest-growing county, is seeking two general assignment reporters.
This position includes general assignment reporting, feature writing and some photography. Quality of life here is as good as it gets and opportunity for advancement—with our company and others— is nearly limitless.
This full-time opportunity offers competitive salary and benefits. Compensation plan includes base weekly salary, health/dental insurance, 401(k), paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan, paid holidays and paid sick leave.
Our products include:
- The Shelby County Reporter, a weekly newspaper with a daily online focus. The Reporter has won the Alabama Press Association’s top editorial award in its category for the last 10 years.
- The Alabaster Reporter, Pelham Reporter, Helena Reporter and 280 Reporter, weekly newspapers with a daily online focus.
- Shelby Living and Hoover’s Magazine, award-winning, monthly lifestyle magazines.
- Solid writing, researching and interviewing skills
- Fluency in AP style and strict adherence to grammar rules
- Valid driver’s license, car insurance, and a vehicle
- Impeccable time management and organization
- Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field preferred
- Competency in photography and social media preferred
To apply: Email résumé and writing samples to Managing Editor Neal Wagner at Neal.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Selma Times-Journal has an immediate opening for a general assignment reporter to help cover historic Selma, Alabama and the region knows as the Black Belt of Alabama.
The position will focus on sports but will also include general assignment reporting and well as photography and design responsibilities of our six-day morning daily newspaper.
Successful candidates should possess strong organizational and editing skills and be familiar with newspaper design programs, including Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and be fluent in AP style.
The Times-Journal is just one of the products produced by Selma Newspapers, Inc. SNI is also focused on developing specialty niche products, such as our community lifestyle magazine, Selma The Magazine, and continued development of our digital products.
Our company offers more than competitive salary and benefit packages, as we are an affiliate of Boone Newspapers, Inc., a community focused multi-media company headquartered in Tuscaloosa, Ala. who prides itself on producing quality products and quality people. Those who apply themselves, are productive and are willing to learn and pay their dues will be offered increased opportunities.
Those interested should send a non-returnable resume, with clips of stories or work examples to Times-Journal editor Justin Averette at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the point of contact for student interns at APR.