This Farmington Hills-based strategic communications firm specializes in traditional and emerging media relations, adversity management and public relations counsel. Summer, fall and winter interns will need to work in the office 10-15 hours per week. The goal of the internships is to provide students with a meaningful, multidimensional, “real world” experience that will tangibly augment their educational background and help build a foundation on which they can base a professional career. Interns will learn about and contribute to research, writing, media relations and client meetings. Students seeking a degree in public relations — whether agency, corporate or nonprofit — are preferred. The skills most important to any PR professional are necessary: good judgment; writing and overall communications skills; and the ability to think creatively, multitask and work effectively, both individually and as part of a team. Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Lexi Cerilli and Maggie Sisco at
. Application deadlines are March 15 for summer internships, July 15 for fall internships and Oct. 1 for winter internships. They expect to review resumes and bring in candidates to interview within two weeks of application deadline. The company's website is
. This is an unpaid internship.
LAMBERT, EDWARDS & ASSOCIATES — The public relations company seeks a student for a paid, part-time internship that will serve many local, regional and national accounts. The student should be majoring in public relations, journalism, communications or a related field, have knowledge of or an interest in the health care industry, and know common office tools (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, etc). Responsibilities include: media monitoring and analysis, media and marketing material production, planning and executing events, developing press releases and media advisories, and marketing research. Interns can expect to work closely with the PR staff, multitask on different accounts and gain working knowledge of basic public relations functions. LE&A takes interns in all semesters. Please submit resume and cover letter to Kim Tassie at KTassie@Lambert-Edwards.com. LE&A (www.lambert-edwards.com) is a Top 10 Midwest-based PR firm and a Top 20 investor relations firm nationally with approximately 100 clients based in 20 states and five countries. With offices in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Lansing, it serves middle-market companies and national brands in five areas: automotive, consumer, financial communications, health care & technology, and public affairs.
DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS — The office seeks a student majoring in communications, journalism or public relations to assist with day-to-day operations of the department. This person must be self-motivated, great at multi-tasking and devoted to quality customer service. The intern will work collaboratively with team members on many projects, including: write/edit press releases and blogs to strategically place positive news stories on local and national print, television, radio and social media channels; assist with coordinating executive level press conferences; assist with daily updates of the district’s website and social media channels; work with team members to coordinate public relations and marketing campaigns; design fliers, advertisements and other promotional materials; and supply creative ideas. Students must: be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher (a familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign is preferred, but not necessary); have excellent interpersonal and communications skills; be able to work on deadline and with a team; pay attention to detail and be able to multitask; be well organized, able to accept criticism and show enthusiasm about learning. The internship requires a minimum of 24 hours a week Monday through Friday. The office, which is on the 10th floor of the Fisher Building, 7321 Second Avenue, Detroit, will work with a student’s schedule. Send an email resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject line INTERNSHIP.
FEDERAL–MOGUL CORP. — Seeks a communications intern to work in the company’s headquarters in Southfield for 35-40 hours per week. The intern will help the company launch a new corporate website as well as work on a variety of other communications projects, including writing for the intranet, creating internal weekly announcements, assisting with event planning, working on press releases and other media relations projects. The ideal intern will be interested in digital marketing and communications, plus have familiarity with website publishing and writing for the web. It is a paid position. If interested, please send a resume, cover letter and writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for consideration.
THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART DETROIT — The development intern position represents an opportunity for a student with stellar communication skills, some grant-writing experience and a keen interest in arts administration to learn skills that could evolve into a position in the field of development and institutional advancement. This individual researches and writes grants, progress reports and proposals seeking individual, corporate, and foundation giving in support of exhibitions, education programs and general operations. The intern maintains a spreadsheet of foundation deadlines and award amounts. With the guidance of the director of external affairs and advancement, the intern manages the membership program, cultivating new members and soliciting renewals of memberships at all giving levels through various strategies. The intern also assists in coordinating special fundraising events, working with board of directors, and other activities that cultivate donors. The student must possess an interest in contemporary art and culture; excellent written and oral communication skills; business, marketing, and fundraising interests; superior organizational abilities as well as time management skills; excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work on a team; attention to detail and ability to maintain confidentiality; excellent skills in Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel); familiarity with FileMaker Pro, Google Calendar; and some relevant experience, including customer service, online or retail sales and basic knowledge of accounting procedures. Please send resume, one writing sample of at least 700 words, and a letter of interest to Felicia Molnar, director of advancement and external affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. Click here to read more about the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT-DETROIT —
REPORTING OUT OF STATE — Journalists looking far afield (and far ahead) for their internship can examine opportunities at these news companies or organizations. They involve internships in other states or countries. Many have deadlines six months prior to the internship. Information and deadlines are on each website. Students with questions should contact these sites directly: USA TODAY Summer Collegiate Correspondent Program, Hearst Magazines, Society of Professional Journalists, Reuters, Dow Jones News Fund, Scripps Howard.
The organization offers a one-semester, nonpaid internship to students seeking insight and hands-on training within the workings of a major-market radio station. In addition to day-to-day working knowledge and experience obtained, participating students gain valuable hands-on work experience. CC Detroit is looking for talented, motivated individuals who are eligible to receive school credit for an internship in marketing and promotions. As a member of the promotions department at Clear Chanel Media, responsibilities may include; listener interaction at live concerts and community events; writing and developing content for seven radio station websites; interaction with station prizing databases; weekly office hours assisting with promotions office operations; working with broadcast professionals; database management for station functions; and updating promotional website content. Internships are available all semesters. Students must be able to work a flexible schedule that may include nights and weekends. Interested students should send a resume to Renee Murad at ReneeMurad@clearChannel.com.
METRO PARENT MAGAZINE -
Has an opening for an unpaid internship in its editorial department. Interns will be reporting and writing articles for print as well as MetroParent.com. Must be able to commit to two days each week. Contact associate editor Stacey Winconek at email@example.com.
SS DIGITAL MEDIA —
The full-service digital advertising agency based in Royal Oak that was founded in 2007. The agency specializes in search engine optimization, search engine marketing, display advertising, web development/maintenance, social networking and public relations. SS Digital Media serves a wide variety of clients from the corporate world to the small business owner. This position will show interns how to work in the fast-paced digital era and how deadlines are handled in the real world. Interns must have great writing skills, some AP style experience, and the ability to work within a team and meet deadlines. Interns will also learn how to use online applications such as WordPress, basic HTML, Google Analytics and more. This is an unpaid internship. The internship requests a 16-week commitment and also requests you are in the office at least two days per week. For more information or to send your résumé, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
OAKLAND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE —
The department seeks one or two students with extensive video knowledge to create, edit and produce an educational/informative video that would showcase a special program called “Partners in Care” for use during orientation for OU medical and nursing students. The intern would be responsible for brainstorming ideas for the video, meeting to discuss communication strategies, and producing and editing the video. Other smaller projects if time allows include: creating advertisement fliers, assisting in creating a standardized patient program website and taping a standardized patient encounter for the website. This is an unpaid internship for the fall with flexible hours. The internship could begin in August or September; the video must be completed in the fall semester. A background in video is essential. There is some script writing involved. The intern does not need to have an interest in medicine, however, it may make the responsibilities and outcome more meaningful for a student interested in medical journalism or hospital public relations. This internship may include trips to and from the Clinical Skills Center on the William Beaumont Hospital east campus in Troy for videotaping. Interested students can submit a cover letter and resume to Beth Anne Sutton at Sutton@oakland.edu
. She is available to answer questions at that email or at 248-964-5198.
MICHIGAN WOMEN'S MEDIA —
This nonprofit seeks a creative, self-motivated and passionate person to tackle a multimedia reporting project related to a specific issue facing women in Michigan. You will work in cyberspace and in person with a talented team of board members who are experienced journalists eager to mentor the right candidate. We are looking for someone with the discipline to work at least 150 hours during the 2013 fall semester, turning in regular progress reports in the form of a blog that the student will “own” once the internship is complete. The completed project will be published on the MichiganWomensMedia.org website, an electronic magazine with connections to thousands of Michigan political, business and community leaders. Your work will be actively promoted and sent to the website's mailing list. In addition, you will receive a $500 stipend. This is an internship for a serious journalism student. You will, with guidance and support, learn to organize, report on and publish a larger-scale project and will come away with an impressive series of published articles to submit as clips when applying for jobs after graduation. Applicants must be pursuing a Journalism or Women's Studies degree, have a 3.0 or higher GPA and have basic photography and video skills. For an application and more information, contact board chair Joni Hubred-Golden, email@example.com
This full-service strategic communications firm is searching for strong candidates for a full-time, paid internship in the Bloomfield office. This is a fantastic opportunity for a passionate PR/communications student to broaden his/her traditional and digital expertise while contributing to a dynamic team. Candidate should be studying public relations, journalism or a communications-related field and be a senior or a recent college graduate. Candidate should have solid writing and research experience, as well as experience using various forms of digital media in order to assist colleagues with daily account activities. Qualifications: superior written and verbal communication skills; familiarity with multiple forms of digital media, including websites, blogs, multimedia applications, and custom features for social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, You Tube, etc.); excellent interpersonal skills; ability to juggle multiple tasks along with excellent time-management skills; understanding of how various communications disciplines intersect (public relations, advertising, marketing); and creative thinking and analytical problem-solving skills. Job responsibilities may include: contribute strategies, tactics and creative ideas to client accounts; write client materials (e.g. press releases, advisories, articles); build media lists and pitch media execute social media/networking campaigns and blogger outreach; conduct research and prepare daily news summaries; participate in account group brainstorms, strategy and creative sessions, contributing digital/interactive/new media ideas; coordinate event logistics; and stay abreast of the latest and upcoming trends in digital communications For more information about Stratacomm, visit http://stratacomm.net/. Interested candidates should e-mail a resume and cover letter to Brooke Ziomek at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF TROY —
This nonprofit seeks a highly motivated student to serve as a summer Creative Services Intern and develop an image for the nonprofit. Depending on experience, this could be a paid part-time position. The main responsibilities would be to update the website, social media page and flat-screen TV PowerPoint ads; send out press releases; and design fliers, brochures and newsletters. Interns also will be asked to assist with special events, such as golf outings, the Rochester 5K Run/Walk, etc. Please send a cover letter, resume and examples of your work to Jeff Evans at email@example.com
. The application deadline is May 31.
LIEBLER GROUP —
The Detroit-based public relations and strategic communications counseling firm is offering a paid summer internship that would require a student of junior or senior status to work three days a week from June to early September. The company is willing to work around a student’s schedule. The company requires a student in journalism, PR, English or communications and is skilled in social media, Microsoft Works and writing. The internship involves writing and/or editing press releases and other publications; social media outreach for the company and specific clients; media list-building via research and the Cision platform; day-to-day operational needs; and administrative work. Submit resumes to Anne Cable at firstname.lastname@example.org
AMERICAN AXLE & MANUFACTURING —
This automotive components supplier needs a talented individual to fill the role of a marketing and communications co-op at its world headquarters in Detroit. Because of the learning curve, the company wants someone who will graduate no sooner than 2013 and who can work 30-40 hours a week for what could be a one- or two-year opportunity. The pay is $12.75-$20/hour, based on class standing. The student must be enrolled in an undergrad or graduate program and be eligible to hold a co-op position. The intern must: develop reference material for global location displays and graphics; update sales presentations and work with various organizations; update photography and graphics for brochures/presentations; update web content; assist in the coordination of company events; help organize the archive library/storage and photo library system/development; obtain knowledge of the department and its operations; and complete assignment within the assigned department. Students must be: pursuing a COM, PR or Marketing degree with at least a 3.0; have a curriculum involving journalism, advertising, design and marketing; have excellent verbal and written communication skills; have knowledge of MS Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word; be able to work independently and with a team; and must be available to work 30-40 hours per week. American Axle & Manufacturing Inc. is a world leader in the manufacture, engineering, validation and design of driveline systems, chassis systems and forged products for trucks, buses, sports utility vehicles and passenger cars. To apply, go to http://www.aam.com/Careers/Salary-Jobs-63.html
and type in the keywords Marketing & Communications College Co-op. Then find those words in the list that comes up.
STEEL MARKET DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE —
The institute, located in Southfield, seeks a communications intern for a full-time, paid summer internship that will begin in May and end in July. The institute is a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute. Its objective is to grow markets for steel in the automotive, construction and container industries. The intern must have: exceptional project and time management skills; strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously; the ability to work independently and with a team; excellent verbal and written skills; and have a familiarity with social networking tools, Internet research tools and Microsoft Office applications. Duties include: assisting in the development of collateral materials, website content, press releases, byline articles and quarterly newsletters; developing new content for websites; contributing to social media efforts, including writing content for Twitter, Facebook and YouTube; assisting with presentation preparation and speaker coordination; helping in the planning, designing and execution of exhibits for tradeshows and special events; helping maintain, stock and archive organizational brochures and technical collateral; updating and maintaining computer files and mailing databases; assisting committees by preparing correspondence and distributing communications meeting reports, agendas and other documents. Send a resume to Deanna Lorincz, senior director of communications, at email@example.com
The media company has created an internship program that offers selected college students real-world experience and valuable learning opportunities. The Gannett Talent Development Intern Program offers students robust training and development and prepares them to enter the job market with Gannett or other organizations. The program offers internships in multimedia journalism, digital operations such as web and mobile development, digital sales, marketing, multimedia journalism, broadcast production and other disciplines. If you are a college student and wish to be considered for the program, simply complete the application and upload your resume. More information is found athttp://www.gannett.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=%2F99999999%2FCAREERS0701%2F120103002#.Tz2IojrmFHw.twitter
SOUTHFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS —
Southfield Public Schools (SPS) is a thriving school district with its own specialized marketing and public relations department. As an intern at SPS you will be exposed to a wide range of public relations experiences. With nearly 8,000 students and 14 schools, SPS provides a numerous opportunities to learn the skills needed to be a successful public relations practitioner. Interns will gain experience in media relations, community marketing, research, public affairs and event management. Applicants should be proficient on Word, Excel and PowerPoint; preferably have knowledge of Publisher, InDesign, Photoshop or Illustrator; and have good communication skills, some writing experience and a good work ethic. The intern will be involved with: newsletter development, writing media materials, background research, event assistant, clerical activities, media clip compilation, database development and calendar of events assembly. Potential candidates will need to complete a basic background check (paid for by the district) prior to approval for an internship. Internships are in fall and winter. Contact Jacqueline Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org,mi.us
or call (248) 746-8542.
JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL —
This nonprofit organization seeks a currently enrolled student to help develop and expand the agency’s social media platforms. As the public affairs voice for Detroit’s Jewish community, JCRC’s exciting programs include partnerships with various religious and ethnic communities, engaging with elected officials and the news media on significant political issues, Israel advocacy, and organizing volunteer projects promoting literacy and helping vulnerable populations. Intern duties: work with JCRC staff professionals in developing a social media master plan for creating continuous connections with followers and other users of social media platforms to promote the agency’s public affairs agenda; establish procedures and train JCRC staff to create and update content on a regular basis; develop effective JCRC content for various social media platforms; assess other social media platforms for inclusion in JCRC’s community engagement; collect and analyze statistics about JCRC social media accounts to establish trends and optimize audience engagement. Requirements: must actively use and understand social media including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn; excellent communication skills: written, verbal, interpersonal, social media, email, instant messaging, video chatting, etc.; analytical skills and the ability to creatively problem-solve; excellent understanding of Microsoft products (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook…); and can-do attitude and an ability to take on new challenges. Start date: immediately. This internship is unpaid. College credit can be received and is preferred. Apply through www.OUCareerLink.com Send resume and academic references. For more information about JCRC, go to detroitjcrc.org.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN —
The National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Detroit Section (NCJW/GDS), a grassroots volunteer nonprofit agency in Southfield, is seeking a journalism intern for the winter and/or spring semesters. The intern would work towards marketing the organization’s ReSale shops and the opening of a third store. This would include developing advertising, press releases, fliers and social media networking. Additional tasks would include updating the website, writing press releases for other NCJW/GDS programs and assisting with a quarterly bulletin. To apply, submit a resume to Susan Gertner, executive director, at email@example.com
. Her number is 248.355.3300, ext. 3.
WDIV’s online news site is seeking an intern for an unpaid position to write and post stories online. The news site seeks a journalism student who has an interest in the Web. Applicants must be a junior or senior, receive course credit and be majoring in journalism or communications. The intern will work 8-12 hours a week. Contact Halston Herrera, Online News Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call at (313) 223-2220.
C&G NEWSPAPERS —
The weekly chain seeks a fall sports intern to cover football games, help with social media and assist the sports editor with stories. This is a paid internship. The position was still open as of 10/13/11. The newspaper chain seeks an intern to do similar work in the winter semester covering basketball. C&G, based in Warren, consists of 18 weekly papers in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. Interested students should send a resume and writing samples to Sports Editor Susan Shanley at email@example.com
FOX2 COMMUNITY SERVICE —
The department has an opening for a fall intern. The intern would write public service announcements, work on holiday projects, manage community web content and assist with news duties such as helping with the production of the Made in Michigan franchise. The station is looking for a go-getter with great attention to detail. If you’re interested, send a resume and cover letter by Friday, Sept. 2, to Katie Fehr, Community Service Director atKatie.Fehr@foxtv.com
ALLIED INTEGRATED MARKETING —
Seeks communications and public relations majors interested in a career in the entertainment industry. Interns working with Allied would be responsible for maintaining the flow of publicity breaks; extensive research for word-of-mouth screening campaigns; working with local media groups (radio, television, newspapers, and online outlets) to pitch features and stories to gain publicity for upcoming film releases; assisting publicists in order to execute efficient promotions and garner publicity on all accounts; creating grassroots programs through researching specific target audiences; and creating partnerships with various organizations, retailers and appropriate third party partners. Any interested student should send a letter and resume to Margo Baetens at firstname.lastname@example.org
. More information about Allied can be found on http://www.alliedim.com
AUBURN HILLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE —
The Chamber seeks a journalism or public relations intern to help develop and implement the Chamber’s social media strategy. Experience also includes event planning, and the creation of press releases and articles for the Chamber’s bi-monthly newsletter, Accent on Auburn Hills. Candidates require strong writing, communication and organizational skills. This is a non-paid internship with flexible hours, providing a great understanding of the business community and the opportunity for networking. Students should send a resume and cover letter to Denise Asker at email@example.com
The photo booth company seeks a Communications/Marketing/Social Media intern to work 10-20 hours per week in its Royal Oak office during the fall semester. The intern will: assist in writing marketing materials including flyers, websites and presentations; develop copy content to attract new business; edit and update existing marketing materials; assist with graphic design, website design and development; create concepts for new materials and make suggestions to improve existing content; market and promote ShutterBooth using social networking; attend industry social networking events; and assist in the office. Candidates should send a resume and cover letter firstname.lastname@example.org
. ShutterBooth specializes in creating a customized experience for clients and their guests at life’s special events. The company is online at www.shutterbooth.com
OAKLAND PRESS —
The Oakland Press sports department is looking for two interns for the fall to assist with its MIPrepZone Weekly show. Interns will get a chance to work in all aspects of the show, everything from being on camera to editing the final product in FinalCut Pro. Experience is a plus, but not required to apply. The internship is paid and can be taken for college credit. Working nights and weekends is required. For more information or to apply email Jason Schmitt email@example.com
OAKLAND PRESS —
Seeks journalism students interested in working in print. Interns for the Oakland Press get the opportunity to work on putting out a daily newspaper. Students will get the chance to improve their writing skills in a real world atmosphere. Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Julie Jacobson, Local News Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
OAKLAND PRESS —
The Oakland Press is looking to add one or two copy editor/pagination interns. The daily newspaper paginates in InDesign and gives interns a challenging and educational experience. Interested students should have experience with inDesign and have some newspaper pagination background. Many interns are able to take on tasks that will serve them well in future job applications. The newspaper also hires qualified interns. Interested students should contact Matt Myftiu at email@example.com. These copy editor/pagination internships are in addition to the reporting internships adjacent to this listing.
SMART (Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation) —
The agency is offering an unpaid marketing internship working 15-20 hours per week in its downtown Detroit office. The intern will gain experience assisting with the creation, development and execution of targeted marketing and communication programs to increase awareness of SMART and its ridership. SMART is southeastern Michigan’s only regional public transportation provider in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties. It has an annual ridership of 12 million. Qualified candidates will be undergraduate students pursuing a degree in advertising, marketing or communications. Interns will: assist with marketing efforts; research and write press releases, newsletters, ad and brochure copy, and internal communication pieces; help with presentations; edit and proofread department documents; and update the SMART website. The intern must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, and effective verbal and written communication skills. The intern will receive a free student bus pass for the semester. Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Beth Gibbons, Marketing and Communication manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
AMERICAN RED CROSS —
The Southeastern Michigan Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross seeks an intern for communications and public relations projects. If you are at least a junior who can dazzle us with your feature writing prowess, event organization skills and occasional entry level “and other duties” tasks, we’d like to hear from you. The intern for this unpaid position will work a minimum of 14 hours a week, plus extra hours for special events. Key responsibilities include: writing news and feature articles for regional newsletters; serving as lead for organizing at least one Red Cross event; and contributing to planning and marketing of large-scale blood drives. The agency seeks a dependable, responsible student with excellent writing skills who understands key messaging structures, can work independently, and can interact with paid and volunteer staff. An understanding of Adobe InDesign, PhotoShop and writing for the Web is not necessary, but is a plus. Send cover letter, resume and no more than three journalism-style writing samples to: Martha Roemer Kurtz at email@example.com
. Please put College Intern in the subject line.
MICHIGAN LEAN CONSORTIUM —
The consortium is seeking an unpaid intern with a background in journalism, communications and public relations who would like to earn college credit. The MLC communications leader will be responsible for development of the communications and marketing strategy and its implementation for the MLC. This includes writing and submitting press releases, advertising and summary reviews of events. The intern also will work with the website and social media, including Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter, as well as contribute fundraising ideas. The intern will interact with MLC members at events, as well as plan and market the events, take photos/videos at events, and lead post-event communication. This position is about promoting the MLC and being the main contact with members. It is a great opportunity for a creative, proactive person who would like to be part of an organization helping to rebound Michigan's economy. Requirements include writing (letters, ads, press releases, articles, e-mails), professional speaking, good telephone etiquette, organizational skills, and Web and social network maintenance. The intern must be proactive, assertive, forward-thinking and have excellent customer service skills. The website is michiganlean.org. The intern is expected to work 20 hours a week. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Debra Levantrosser at firstname.lastname@example.org. The organization is looking for a winter intern, plus a summer intern to work from April to August.
LIVIO RADIO —
This Ferndale-based company seeks a PR intern to write pitches, help with releases, call media and assist in managing the company’s coverage. Summer duties including assisting with trade shows and handling and calling media lists. Interns must have strong written and verbal communication skills. They must be detail-oriented, outgoing self-starters who aren’t afraid to pick up the phone and hear no from a reporter. Founded in 2008, Livio Radio has developed a list of successful Internet radio products through ongoing relationships with Pandora, Grooveshark and NPR. The company remains committed to providing sleek and sophisticated radios and accessories for users who want quality without gimmicks, hassles and unnecessary bells and whistles. Its website is www.livioradio.com
. Livio Radio seeks interns for winter, summer and fall semesters. Send a resume and cover letter to Nicole Yelland at Nicole@livioradio.com
BERG MUIRHEAD AND ASSOCIATES —
This multifaceted, full-service public relations agency specializes in community marketing, event management, crisis management and public affairs. It has a diverse range of clients in industries such as nonprofits (foundations, museums, benefits), real estate development, retail hospitality, information technology, telecommunications, law, health care and government. The agency uses two interns per semester (winter, summer and fall) who will do client research, media pitching, media list development, media monitoring and media clip compilation, plus various administrative activities. Writing experience is preferred. The agency is in the Fisher Building in Detroit. Its website is www.bergmuirhead.com
. Students interested in an internship should send a resume and cover letter to Peter Van Dyke at email@example.com
SYLVAN MEDIA —
Are you Web 2.0 compliant? Would you like to learn the skills of what it takes to bring an organization to the forefront in its industry? The Sylvan Media team is looking for interns who are motivated, dynamic and a little different. If you are willing to work hard while learning the skills of what it takes to bring an organization to the forefront of its market using social media, we want to work with you. The internship is unpaid, but the experience will be invaluable for students hoping to find the job of their dreams. Additionally, as an emerging company, there will be opportunities for paid positions after you complete your internship. You will be assisting with various marketing and promotional positions, and you will be assisting with executing social media campaigns. Prospective social media interns must be able to work 12 hours per week. Interns must write well and be able to think on their feet in a variety of situations while performing such tasks as: developing articles, stories, press releases, website and other social media content. Additionally, must be able to write clearly, cogently and quickly, and have a strong commitment to learning. Send resume, cover letter and writing sample to:firstname.lastname@example.org
. The company expects to need interns in summer, fall and winter semesters.
B.L.A.C. Detroit —
This monthly lifestyle print magazine is constantly recruiting interns for the fall and spring semesters, as well as for summer. It is an unpaid internship. Students have the opportunity to report and write articles, fact-check, do background reporting for other journalists, participate in editorial meetings, attend photo shoots, support our social networking sites and perform administrative and promotional tasks. Students should submit resumes and three clips to Editor Lori Robinson at lori@BLACdetroit.com
. To check us out online, visit www.BLACdetroit.com
Seeks a talented intern for winter (and possibly summer) for a paid internship as the company transitions to its new “fuse” brand. foneGear is an electronics accessory manufacturer in Rochester that has changed its entire retail branding from foneGEAR to “fuse,” and needs someone to assist in promotion. The company’s goal is to become THE aftermarket electronics accessory brand. The position is heavy on creativity. The company wants an “aspiring brand genius” to help it get social, with all the tweeting, Facebooking and overall hype that entails. The intern’s objective is to drive brand awareness and sales growth for “fuse”-brand accessories. The company seeks a marketing, advertising or communications senior or junior who is passionate about technology, enthusiastic, willing to learn and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You’ll be tweeting and on Facebook, and assisting the marketing department, with an emphasis on Web content, social media, and on supporting product management and sales initiatives. Needed is a knowledge of html, interactive marketing concepts, website design/development, and blogging authoring tools. Strong writing and communications skills are a must. This internship would best be suited for someone with a connection between marketing and journalism. Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@foneGEAR.com
AUTOMATION ALLEY —
This growing technology business association of more than 1,000 organizations seeks a communications and events intern for a full-year, paid internship beginning in January at its Troy location. The intern will work with the communications staff to develop newsletters, press releases, PowerPoint presentations and website content, plus manage Automation Alley's social media outlets. The intern also will work with the events team and assist in the annual awards gala, seminars, outings, social mixers and promotional events. It will require occasional travel in southeastern Michigan. Candidates must be pursuing a degree in journalism or communications, be proficient with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and online applications, and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. The chosen intern must work well with others and be able to juggle multiple projects under deadline. The job requires 20-24 hours per week. Go to http://www.michigantechnologyjobs.com/21748.htm
for more details and to apply.
DETROIT MEDIA PARTNERSHIP —
The organization has several design- and marketing-related internships. Go to www.detroitmedia.com
, scroll to the bottom and click on Employment Opportunities. Listed there are a number of internships for students pursuing degrees in design, marketing, PR, advertising or communications. They are unpaid. Interested students should e-mail a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
97.1, THE TICKET —
The radio station seeks an intern for the "Caputo And Fithian" show. The candidate must be a journalism major at Oakland and meet the course requirements for a journalism internship. The position requires two night and one weekend shift per week. Duties include helping the hosts with website postings and research on show topics. Not only is knowledge of sports imperative, but also popular culture and Metro Detroit issues. Those interested should contact Pat Caputo at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE BOTTOMLESS TOY
This 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is devoted to delivering
interactive toys, crafts and hands-on activities to children going through
cancer treatment in local hospitals. Its mission is to lift the spirits of
young cancer patients by providing them with engaging, empowering activities
while they are going through treatment. The nonprofit seeks a computer-savvy
student to be in charge of updating and helping design its website, working on
events and fundraising efforts, as well as taking part in other miscellaneous
projects. The Bottomless Toy Chest is a small nonprofit, which means each
person who works there has the opportunity to make a big difference and offer input.
This internship includes a lot of hands-on experience with the inner workings
of a small company and how it is run. You should have an interest in nonprofits
and be willing to work on a team and assist in daily operations. If you're
motivated, industrious and good at working with people, this is the right job
for you. Email your resume and cover letter to Mickey Guisewite at Mickey@bottomlesstoychest.org
BRAND LABS —
This Internet marketing company in Rochester seeks a highly motivated online marketing intern with a strong interest in the Internet and e-commerce marketing. Marketing is rapidly moving from print and other traditional media to the Internet, and Brand Labs is at the forefront of Internet marketing. You will have the opportunity to learn such programs as pay-per-click, comparison shopping engine, affiliate marketing and search engine optimization. Brand Labs is growing rapidly, and an internship with us will allow you gain the real-world experience you need as marketing evolves into e-marketing. Among the responsibilities are: assisting with creation and implementation of pay-per-click campaigns for paid search channels such as Google AdWords and Yahoo! Search Marketing; conducting keyword research and selection for pay-per-click campaigns; managing pay-per-click campaigns, including keywords, bidding, ad copy and landing pages; monitoring and analyzing pay-per-click campaigns and making decisions to improve key campaign performance metrics; helping with management of comparison shopping engine programs, including bidding, product selection and categorization, and data feed management; assisting with management of affiliate marketing programs; generating performance reports for clients; writing unique content for search engines; and contributing to social marketing by commenting on relevant blogs, forums and websites. The intern should be: pursuing a bachelor's degree with an interest or emphasis in communications, journalism, marketing, advertising, computer science or a related field; have a strong interest in the Internet and online marketing, especially e-commerce; possess a strong desire to learn new skills; be detail oriented; possess excellent writing skills; possess advanced computer knowledge, including the ability to manipulate data in a spreadsheet application; be organized; show the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously; and have the ability to use web analytics and other tools to identify trends and make decisions to improve key performance metrics. The company's website is www.brandlabs.us
. Send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to Jackie McClelland, online marketing specialist, at email@example.com
VFI MARKETING —
Join an energetic PR team based in Rochester to receive a well-rounded career experience. VFI seeks smart and hard-working students who have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher, are juniors or seniors, and are pursuing a degree in public relations, journalism, or communications. This internship opportunity is unpaid and for-credit. VFI interns will learn about national media relations in support of a nine-month campaign. There's an opportunity to: participate in staff meetings; fine-tune writing, editing and proofreading skills; develop targeted media lists; coordinate press coverage, including print, online and broadcast; learn about media relations; and join in PR agency service, and responsiveness to client needs. There is also an opportunity to assist in marketing efforts in support of the campaign. Emphasis is placed on quality work using best practices, innovating, and contributing to the PR Team. Interns should have the ability to communicate effectively and persuasively on the phone and via e-mail; maintain professionalism and the highest ethical standards; be on-time, accurate, honest, self-confident, organized; be open to listen and learn; know computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite and the Internet (Facebook is a plus); be goal-oriented with strong problem-solving skills; and keep multiple projects in progress. Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Ralph Liebner at firstname.lastname@example.org
VEHICLE LIGHTING INNOVATIONS —
VLI seeks an intern to manage our online and social media sales and marketing efforts. The ideal candidate will have very strong computer skills, and be very familiar with social media and online sales sites such as Ebay and Amazon.com. Additionally, candidates should posses very strong organizational skills, and the ability to multitask on multiple projects of equal importance to our company's goals and success. VLI is a startup company in the aftermarket automotive parts business. We recently launched our company and website with our first product, an aftermarket lighting product for Ford Mustangs. We are offering you the opportunity to learn how a new online business is marketed, as well as the opportunity to be a big part of our company's early success. Your main function will be to manage and update content on all social media sites (Facebook/Twitter) as well as manage and monitor our overall online sales strategy. We will challenge you to use any and all online resources to develop awareness of our company, and drive traffic to our website. Results will be measureable. Future employment opportunities within our organization are possible. Potential candidates can send resume and cover letter to Scott Myers at email@example.com
PONTIAC YOUTH ASSISTANCE —
The non-profit organization, Pontiac Youth Assistance (PYA) is seeking a Web Intern to maintain, update, and improve the site on a regular basis. PYA is looking for a student to update the website weekly and spruce up the design of the site. The student should have excellent writing skills, as well as knowledge regarding web design. This position would require approximately two days a week, approximately 5 hours per day. For questions or to apply, please send query or resume / cover letter to Mary Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org
and Kaniqua Danielkaniqua.email@example.com
WXYZ CHANNEL 7 —
seeks interns in news, sports, creative services, graphics, public affairs, public relations, and programming every semester. For more information, please visit the webpage at http://www.wxyz.com/subindex/about_us/station_jobs
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION (ED+C) and SUSTAINABLE FACILITY (SF) magazines
— The magazines seeks a part- or full-time editorial intern based in Troy. They are B2B publications/online media resources focused on the green building industry. The internship includes: proofreading, editing press releases and product announcements, managing social media accounts, assisting with eNewsletters and podcasts, maintaining editorial databases, conducting research, and coordinating follow-up for articles and content. The student must be proficient in Office and have basic computer skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, and have the ability to meet deadlines and operate with minimal supervision. The hours are flexible; the position is unpaid. There are increased responsibilities as the job progresses, and the company is open to discussing long-term opportunities following the internship. If you are interested in this summer internship, please forward your resume to Michelle Hucal at firstname.lastname@example.org
. There also are fall, winter and summer internships available.
SZWED COMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC RELATIONS —
The Ferndale-based company seeks a journalism/PR student for a paid internship, depending on the level of skills. Unpaid internships also are available. The candidate must be a motivated self-starter, have excellent writing skills, proficiency in Microsoft Word and AP style and the ability to use common sense. The candidate must be a great proofreader with an eye for details and ability to catch typos. Szwed is seeking someone with initiative and fresh ideas who can really “turn a phrase!” Someone who can spin some fabulous publicity from a few sentences. Szwed's clients are corporate, travel and tourism, medical and nonprofit. The firm often has several projects going at once and needs an intern with the ability to jump into a project, understand the task presented and work independently. Duties will include writing and placing press releases, developing newsletter stories and clever photo captions, editing, proofreading, writing reports, assisting with brochures and videos/documentaries, and writing catchy headlines. Design experience is a major plus, but not required. The intern will work 12:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 8:30-5 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays. E-mail a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
or call 248-542-5072 for an appointment.
93.1 DOUG-FM and 96.3 WDVD PROMOTIONS DEPARTMENT —
Needed are students looking for hands-on experience in public relations and radio broadcasting. The Promotions Department seeks outgoing, dedicated undergraduate or graduate students, preferably in communications, marketing, public relations or business, for these unpaid internships. The department produces, promotes and executes concerts, live broadcasts, movie screenings and other station-related events as well as client-based promotional appearances. Interns assist at these events and are assigned day-to-day office duties to learn how this Detroit radio station operates. Students should be available 15-20 hours per week. There is some flexibility in hours. Contact Ronald Smerigan, promotions coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
. The contact phone number is 313-871-3030.
PUBLICITY WORKS —
This boutique public relations and social media marketing agency is seeking an intern to assist in its Royal Oak office. Needed is someone passionate about writing and social media who is pursuing a career in public relations. The company is seeking a part- or full-time intern who is a junior, senior graduate or graduate student — with a concentration in public relations or journalism – whose resume includes at least one previous internship. The position requires a candidate with ample experience and demonstrated results in social media platforms including, but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. The position is unpaid. Please e-mail a cover letter to Lisa Maas, president of Publicity Works, along with your resume, references and three current writing samples to email@example.com
. No phone calls, please. Public Works will contact the most eligible applicants for more information. To learn more about Publicity Works, visit its website at www.publicityworkspr.com
. Publicity Works is an equal opportunity employer.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY —
The organization seeks an intern to assist the communications staff at its Southfield office with tasks that include: writing of general news materials and event promotions, working with a team to create and edit marketing materials, providing special event support, and assisting in the conducting of media relations activities, story tracking and earned media reporting. Qualifications include strong written and verbal communications skills, literacy in Microsoft Office software, strong attention to detail, an ability to proof and copy edit, and an ability to work within set deadlines. The position would be appropriate for journalism, communications, marketing and public relations majors. The position is between 20 and 40 hours a week. It is unpaid but offers a flexible schedule. Send a resume with a cover letter and writing sample to Kate Dietrich at firstname.lastname@example.org
GENISYS CREDIT UNION —
Seeks an intern who is looking for experience with in-house corporate marketing and copywriting, or is looking to pursue a career in advertising. This unpaid internship is for at least 10 hours a week, all during the regular business day. Hours are flexible. The intern will assist with writing, marketing and advertising content for the monthly member newsletter; youth club materials; direct mail postcard and self-mailers; newspaper print ads; counter cards, fliers, handouts and branch posters; and website updates. Genisys Credit Union, headquartered in Auburn Hills, is the fourth largest credit union in Michigan. Interested students should contact Mark Reuter at email@example.com.
FOX 2 —
The television station seeks to familiarize students seeking a career in broadcasting with the inner-workings of the industry. Interns observe firsthand how skills learned in the classrooms are employed in day-to-day commercial broadcasting. Interns are used in news, sports, sales/marketing/research, community service and creative services. In news, for example, students are offered specialized internships for the Web team, the medical unit (Health Works), the weather unit (Weather Authority), the Local News Service and the Fox 2 Problem Solvers investigative unit. While interns are assigned by choice and need to one area for the entire internship, they will have opportunities to view all aspects of broadcasting. Deadlines are March 1 for summer, July 1 for fall and Nov. 1 for winter semesters. Request an application packet from Cynthia Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(the Ken Calvert Morning Show) and WMGC (the Jim Harper Morning Show) are seeking interns. Those selected will load sports clips in the audio vault, screen calls, record shows and prepare daily prep (live reads, commercial logs and more). The interns will work from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday. They must be responsible and motivated. It's a great opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in Detroit radio and get a well-rounded lesson in programming and production. Contact Jim O'Brien at email@example.com
The PAINT CREEK CENTER FOR THE ARTS —
Located in downtown Rochester, the center seeks an intern majoring in PR, marketing, communications or a related field to work up to 20 hours a week. The intern will work closely with the marketing director and staff to: write press releases, work with the media, assist with special projects and events, create a weekly e-newsletter, write and lay out printed materials, and update the website and Web calendar. The intern must have excellent writing skills and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Explorer. Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop skills would help. The candidate should have a background or interest in learning about arts management, fundraising, event planning and public relations. Creative thinking, multitasking and teamwork are important. The organization's website is www.pccart.org
. Contact Suzanne Wiggins, executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
DRIVEN SOLUTIONS INC. —
The Ferndale-based creative advertising company seeks copywriting interns. The company needs students with a passion for the written word who would write the stuff on the side of a cereal box if they had a chance. Here’s how the company describes a work day: Dream. Laugh. Imagine. Put your feet up on the desk. Tell bad jokes. Play foosball. Play guitar hero. Chat. Think outside the box. Have fun. Create. Design. Take long lunches. Work late hours. Play nice with others. Read magazines. Look at award show books. Organize your Itunes. Challenge the status quo. Be innovative. Be original. Be introspective. Sketch. Write. Under-promise. Over-Deliver. Ask good questions. Ask stupid questions. Smile, because you’re going to get to come up with ideas for a living. The website is atwww.drivensolutionsinc.com
. If you think you're creative enough, send a resume, cover letter and clips to Brian Cusac, principal chief creative officer, at email@example.com
CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS —
The magazine seeks a paid intern for duties that include: reporting on Web and print; writing for Web and print; research; marketing and administrative support with online community development; multimedia projects; and assisting on recognition programs. Crain's wants someone with at least one previous internship and is looking for a candidate with additional multimedia skills and software knowledge. Send a resume and clips to Jennette Smith, assistant managing editor/Focus, at firstname.lastname@example.org
93.9 THE RIVER —
The radio station seeks interns to assist the promotions director onsite, and at station appearances, broadcasts and events. The main focus will be with 93.9 The River, however, interns could assist sister stations. The unpaid internship is for students in broadcasting, PR, journalism or marketing. Among the responsibilities are: interacting with listeners and the public; passing out station/client-related materials; helping run contests or station promotions; and writing press releases. The internship will give candidates a look into how a major market radio station operates. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Sarah Eatherly at Sarah.Eatherly@939theriverradio.com
4-H COMMUNICATIONS INTERN —
The Michigan State University Extension Office in partnership with Oakland County seeks an intern. The communications/journalism student is expected to edit a monthly four-page 4-H Happenings newsletter for Web and print; do layout, graphics, proofreading and headlines; create and update pages for Oakland County 4-H website; develop and disseminate a monthly event calendar, develop and maintain the department's Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites; write news releases; promote and publicize MSU Extension Youth Development programs and assist with the development of an annual report. The candidates should have experience with social networking, newspaper layout, graphic design and website development. The paid internship could last between one and two years, with supervisors expecting interns to work at least one year. Interested candidates should go to Oakland County's website at http://www.oakgov.com
and click on Job Posting to the General Public, then College Interns. Follow all directions.
GRACE CENTERS OF HOPE —
is Oakland County’s oldest and largest homeless shelter providing hope and help since 1942. Today, Grace Centers of Hope (GCH) is considered one of the leading faith-based organizations in Southeastern Michigan daily confronting issues of homelessness, addiction, poverty and spiritual emptiness. On any given night, GCH will accommodate between 150-200 men, women and children. Each year GCH serves over 127,000 meals and provide over 55,000 nights of stay. GCH is currently seeking two communication interns to assist with its Volunteer Department. Duties include assisting with tours, organizing programs, attending meetings and some data entry. Strong computer and communication skills requested. Interested students should contact Rachel Leas, volunteer coordinator, at email@example.com
GILDA’S CLUB METRO DETROIT —
Public Relations/Communications intern needed for this Royal Oak nonprofit. Gilda’s Club offers free social and emotional support for men, women, teens and children touched by any type of cancer. The program includes support and networking groups, education lectures, workshops, children and teen activities, and social events. The public relations/communications intern will assist with general public relations, marketing and fundraising projects. Duties include but are not limited to: Writing press releases; updating the press kit; assisting with event planning, fundraising campaigns and events; creating fundraising and marketing materials; general marketing and PR projects; and daily interaction with staff, volunteers, members and some vendors. Requirements: Junior level or above in college, university or technical school. Excellent writing, communication and computer skills required. Editing and graphic design experience a plus. Unpaid; approximately 15 hours per week. Schedule to be mutually agreed upon. Send cover letter, resume and two writing samples to Heather Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax to 248-577-0898. Apply by Dec. 3 for the winter semester.
CRANBROOK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE —
Seeks an unpaid intern to learn the business of nonprofit fundraising management and to acquire transferable workplace and research skills. Qualifications include successful study of marketing, communications, business, journalism or other professional fields; demonstrated interpersonal skills; excellent written, oral and organizational skills; and proven strong work ethic plus ability to work independently and as part of a team. Desired, but not required, are an interest or accomplishment in science-related fields, and experience with Facebook, Twitter, mobile applications and Web 2.0. The intern will work 16-24 hours per week on duties that could include Internet research, social media strategy, establishing and maintaining marketing and communications files, assisting in direct mail efforts, helping with on-site membership sales and promotions, assisting in event planning activities, helping with marketing and public relations activities such as promoting the Institute at trade shows and meetings, and more. Please send a cover letter, resume, three references, and two current writing samples by email to email@example.com
. If necessary, you may fax these documents to (248) 645-3050, or send via U.S. Mail to: Kimberly Salyers, Director of Development, Cranbrook Institute of Science, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801. For more information, please call (248) 645-3143. The website is http://science.cranbrook.edu.
DETROIT OPERA HOUSE —
Seeks part-time junior or senior Journalism, marketing or public relations interns for unpaid internship positions within the Communications Department. Interns will be responsible for handling social media, blogging, developing press releases and assisting on media relations plans. Students should have excellent writing skills, be passionate about theater, music, or dance, and be able to attend occasional performances. Interested persons should submit resumes and writing samples to Rebekah Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Campbell-Ewald in Warren is looking for a Media Communications intern. Campbell-Ewald is the largest communications agency in Michigan and among the ten largest in the U.S. This is an amazing opportunity for students interested in public relations and media communications. The intern would assist media communication planners and buyers in developing, executing and stewarding plans and points-of-view; participate in brainstorming sessions; contribute new ideas across all media — traditional, digital and non-traditional; assist with analyzing the communication efforts of our clients’ competitors; and perform other duties as assigned. Campbell-Ewald is looking for an intern who: is fluent in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; possesses strong written and oral communication skills; exhibits a genuine interest in and passion for communications; displays a high level of effort; follows through on projects to successful completion; transfers knowledge from one project to the next; is both highly accurate and organized while also being a creative thinker; is punctual and regular in attendance; is flexible and adaptable to change; and is respectful of others and a collaborative team player. Interested students may submit a cover letter and resume, preferably via e-mail, to: Amy Wellington, Human Resources, email@example.com
METRO TIMES —
The weekly newspaper seeks interns for the marketing and promotions department. Duties include: coordinate promotional giveaways; develop radio spots and press releases; manage social media and media contact database; various office duties that include organizational tasks, copying and faxing or completing mailings; competitive research and analysis; assist with planning, set-up and execution of events. Candidate must possess excellent verbal and written skills; a high degree of organization and attention to detail; strong time management skills; a proactive work ethic and ability to act independently if called to do so; a working understanding of media and the market; mastery of Microsoft Office, Facebook and Twitter; and, above all, a positive attitude. Candidate must be a United States citizen, have approved citizenship papers or a current work visa, and be at least 21 years old. Candidate must also be able to receive college credit for the internship. Availability to work evenings and weekends is essential. Please send a cover letter, resume and, if applicable, writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
METRO TIMES —
The weekly newspaper needs creative, motivated editorial interns. The day-to-day grunt work is unpaid, but interns will receive payment for published stories. If they're up to it, we’ll even let them tackle an ambitious story. Send a cover letter stating your interest in an editorial internship, along with a copy of your résumé and three samples of your writing. We’d prefer samples of journalistic writing, but they don’t have to be. Keep in mind, however, that we are a newspaper that prides itself on being in touch with the community. We want to see your writing about the world around you; navel-gazing ramblings belong in your diary, not in our paper. Writing should be crisp and insightful, with welcome dollops of humor and passion. Your résumé must include at least three references. We’ll contact you if we want you to come in for an interview. Mail to: 733 St. Antoine, Detroit, MI 48226. Attn: Michael Jackman. FAX to: 313-961-6598. Attn: Michael Jackman. E-mail to: email@example.com
. Please send your clips and other materials as body text or as attachments, instead of hyperlinking to them. Call Michael Jackman with questions at 313-202-8043. The deadline to apply is Nov. 30 for winter, March 30 for summer and July 30 for fall.
WWJ-TV and CW50 —
Seek interns in community affairs/programming, sales and marketing/commercial production, digital media and creative services. All interns must apply online. Go to www.wwjtv.com/internships
for information and to see what internships still are available.
BIRMINGHAM BLOOMFIELD ART CENTER —
Seeks a marketing intern to maintain and make more vibrant the art center's Facebook presence, establish and maintain a Twitter presence, plus advise the staff on new and changing social media opportunities, strategies and tactics. The intern will participate in marketing efforts that include weekly e-blasts, creating copy for monthly and bi-weekly print ads, updating website pages, handling promotion material, assisting in efforts to increase audience, and promotion of educational programs, exhibits, special events and fundraising campaigns. The intern will be fully assimilated into staff operations and meetings related to marketing efforts and will be asked to work on infrequent evening or weekend events. This unpaid internship will provide a practical insight into what it takes to operate a nonprofit arts organization. To learn more about the BBAC, visit the website at BBArtCenter.org and view the program book BBArtCenter.org/courses/2009Fall_programbook_opt.pdf The intern must provide a laptop. To apply, send a resume or overview of work/academic experience, along with professional aspirations and statements about why the prospective intern is particularly interested in working at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center to Diane Taylor, communications/marketing director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE VOICE NEWSPAPERS —
The Voice Newspapers, a group of seven weekly publications in northern Macomb and St. Clair counties, is accepting applications for unpaid intern positions. All interns are general assignment and should expect to cover a variety of news, sports and features from our New Baltimore office. Prospective candidates can send a resume, clips and other supporting materials by e-mail to Jeff Payne, Editor at email@example.com
Seeks unpaid interns in the fall and winter to cover high school football and basketball, and during the spring and summer to cover recruiting, camps, combines and pre-season predictions. Interns will enjoy a very flexible and hands-on experience through a variety of assignments that include writing player interviews, coaches’ interviews, team stories, information collection and the possibility of covering major sporting events around this region such as the state football finals at Ford Field and the basketball finals in East Lansing.. Students should expect a workload of 2-10 hours per week depending on the assignments and needs of each intern. Interested students should send a resume and brief cover letter describing why they are interested in working with MichiganPreps.com to Jim Kielbaso at firstname.lastname@example.org
OAKLAND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING —
Seeks interns interested in taking an active role related to marketing, advertising and public relations. The health care industry is the largest employer in Michigan. Becoming a School of Nursing intern can help you get your foot in the door at many of Detroit’s largest hospitals, community and nonprofit organizations, or media agencies that are looking for exceptional writers to promote good health, educate the public or improve life for children. The unpaid interns work 10 to 15 hours a week. They must have outstanding communication skills, both oral and written, and possess a professional demeanor, assertive personality and strong sense of imagination. The ability to multitask and handle multiple deadlines simultaneously is required. Interns assist the School of Nursing with press releases; write stories for the website; and write articles for newsletters, the alumni newsletter, donor magazine and the local media. Training is available to write radio or ad copy. Interested students should contact Amy Johnson email@example.com
with a writing sample and a brief explanation of why they are interested in this opportunity.
WJR Detroit 760AM —
Seeks communication and journalism students interested in an internship in Radio production. Students would work closely with the production director and be involved in production, editing, programming, etc. Interns would also be able to work on the business side of the radio world. Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Lori Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TEACHER'S DISCOVERY —
is a company in Auburn Hills that makes and markets materials for teachers. It is looking for unpaid interns to help with a large project. Teacher’s Discovery is working on an electronic textbook project for U.S. history. They are hoping to give it a style similar to good newspaper writing — punchy, attention-getting, something that holds student interest. They are looking for journalism students interested in researching and writing various time periods for stories that can be told as way of teaching the bigger concepts of American history. Students should send a cover letter and resume to Jason Kahler at email@example.com
. The company uses interns in all semesters. Deadlines to apply are: Dec. 15 for winter, April 15 for summer and Aug 15 for fall. Applying earlier is better.
MICHIGAN SCRAPBOOKER MAGAZINE —
Seeks journalism students for the upcoming semester to receive credit for this unpaid internship. This publication is a free, local magazine distributed in southeastern Michigan, primarily at scrapbooking stores. Interns would assist with press releases, data entry, contacting potential advertisers, updating contact information, proofreading, typing up our calendar entries and general organizational duties. The student would need to have a computer; be proficient in Microsoft Office; work from home in addition to periodic meetings in person, over the phone and via email; and have good attention to detail. Internet and phone access is a must, and candidates must be self-motivated/self-directed. Interested students should send a cover letter, resume and writing samples to Carrie MacGillis firstname.lastname@example.org
ZIEBART INTERNATIONAL CORP. —
Seeks journalism and public relations students to intern in the field of marketing and advertising. Students will have many responsibilities, including developing competitive reviews, working on ad projects, revising websites and assisting with social media plans. Students must have knowledge of Microsoft Office and be either a junior or senior. Ziebart utilizes interns during all semesters. Applicants can submit resumes up to one week prior to the beginning of each semester, but much earlier is recommended. Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Donna Hutton, human resources manager, at email@example.com
THE SALVATION ARMY —
Seeks communication and journalism students who are interested in event planning. The Special Events Intern would support The Salvation Army’s Special Events staff by providing communication and event planning assistance for a semester. The Salvation Army hires interns for fall, winter and summer semesters. The individual(s) offered the position of Special Events Intern must possess strong business writing skills, communication skills and an interest in learning about the mechanics of nonprofit fundraising. Students will work a minimum of 10 hours a week and must be available to assist at events, which include some evenings and weekends. They must possess interpersonal skills to work with high-profile and corporate individuals. Interested students should contact Amanda Wilton, events manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling 248-443-5500 ext. 240. They must provide a business writing sample such as a proposal or professional paper, two references and must complete an initial interview.
PRESTON TRUE, Accomplishment Coaching —
is a leadership and executive coaching company in Royal Oak that currently has an opportunity for a journalism intern with the company. This unpaid internship will offer the opportunity to have a student take on three projects: a) conduct interviews with clients, prospects and colleagues, b) develop case studies, testimonials and "white papers" from the interviews, and c) construct and edit an e-book from existing and new content. Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Preston True at email@example.com
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION of Southeast Michigan —
Seeks a student for a public relations/marketing internship. Students will gain valuable, real-world experience by working at Michigan’s largest nonprofit home health care and hospice organization. The individual will be responsible for assisting with multiple public relations and marketing projects including creating and distributing marketing support materials, compiling competitive analyses and assistance with special projects and media relations. The candidate will also assist with development of new communications initiatives, data entry, writing and website updating assignments. Knowledge of Web programs and social networking sites is ideal. VNA uses interns during all semesters. Interested students should submit a resume and cover letter to Alexandra Hichel at firstname.lastname@example.org