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Development Department Events Coordination Internship

 

The unpaid, first year Development Department Internship allows the selected intern(s) to develop a portfolio that involves completing a variety of event coordination projects for a dynamic member supported organization.

If the student completes the qualifying internship at the level of expectation, he or she may be invited back for additional internships with Idaho Public Television.  Follow up internships involve paid opportunities to participate in additional or more responsible development department activities.

 

More Information: Internship

Multimedia/Public Relations CPI

Summary:

We are looking for a part time intern to help tell the story of the College of Pharmacy

and Division of Health Sciences. You will gain valuable experience to help

prepare you for a career in journalism, video production, photography, graphic design, and public relations.

 

~20 hours/week

$9-$13/hour

Eligible for academic credit

 

 

Job Duties:

Shoot and edit video/photos

Write press releases and stories

Help maintain social media sites

 

Requirements:

Must be a full-time student at Idaho State University (some exceptions allowed)

Must be in good academic standing

Must be seeking a degree related to journalism, video production, or public relations.

Other requirements are outlined on the ISU Career Path Internship website:

http://www.isu.edu/career/CPI.shtml

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge of camera operation

Strong writing skills

Understanding of various social media platforms

Graphic design skills a plus

 

Contact:

Jake Dixon

Director of Public Relations

Division of Health Sciences & College of Pharmacy

dixojake@isu.edu

 

 

Writing Internship

Hello,

My name is Cam Fordham. I currently serve as the CEO of CampusSports.net, a college sports and lifestyle platform based out of Atlanta. We currently operate with a staff of 30+ writers, covering football, basketball, baseball, college lifestyle and much more.

 

We are partnered with the Fox Sports Engage Network, Rant Sports, the College Football Hall of Fame, Bleacher Report and others. We have also been featured on CBS, ESPN, SI.com, Bleacher Report and more.

 

With the continued growth and development of the site, we are looking to bolster our staff with eager writers looking to build their resume and gain experience in the journalism field.

 

We are looking for students with strong work ethic who would be willing to commit and dedicate themselves to our long term future, and building the Campus Sports brand.

 

We offer young writers and editors the opportunity to gain valuable experience and build a portfolio in the field of journalism, specifically sports journalism. Our site covers everything from college football to campus life, and we know that there are no better people to cover those topics than college students.

 

As you well know, building a portfolio can be a very tough task, but we are hoping we can create a mutually beneficial relationship with young writers. If you could help me get in touch with students seeking opportunities doing professional tasks that we may be available to offer, that would be greatly appreciated.

 

Hours per week:1-2 articles per week (3-5 hours)

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 

Openings and Requirements:

 

Columnists. Columnists will be required to provide in-depth analysis and/or share their opinion about the hottest topics in college sports. All candidates must use their own equipment and the ability to hit scheduled deadlines. Columnists will work from home.

 

News writers. News writers must show the ability to produce content in a timely manner. News writers must be able to self-motivate and actively search for the latest breaking news and hot button issues in the college sports world. All candidates must use their own equipment and have flexible schedules that would allow the ability to cover the news in real-time. News writers will work from home.

 

Campus Lifestyle writers. Lifestyle writers will focus not only on what is happening on campus, but what is being talked about. From uniform news to viral videos and feel-good stories on campus, Lifestyle writers will cover a wide variety of topics. All candidates must use their own equipment and the ability to work on-call. Lifestyle writers will work from home.

 

Other Requirements:

  • Writing Talent and a genuine love for writing/sports

  • Understanding of punctuation and proficiency in basic grammar

  • Originality and enthusiasm

  • Ability to self-edit and use of self-promotional tools (Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Reddit)

  • WordPress knowledge is a plus, but not required

  • Strong communication skills

 

If you have any questions about anything, please feel free to contact me at anytime. Any student interested should supply an original 300-500 word sample. I have attached flyers below for each internship position available as well as a link to our Campus Sports Highlight Video that shows some of the talent we have worked with which you can share with the students interested. I look forward to hearing back from you, and have a great week.

How to Apply:

All interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and original 300-500 word sample to the appropriate contact.

 

Contact:

E-mail inquiries only, we can be reached at provided addresses.

cam@campussports.net or contact@campussports.net


Campus Sports Highlight Video: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfoMnQXfj3U

Idaho Democratic Party Internship

The Idaho Democrats are happy to offer students hands-on experience with politics, elected officials, campaigns, office work, communications and more either for credit or simply for political experience. Many of our interns go on to careers in the political field and enjoy the unique experiences that working with a state-wide organization can offer. Applicants will need to send a resume and cover letter to tom@idahodems.org

 

Internships – http://idahodems.org/get-involved/internships/

Instructional Video Intern Position with ITS

Job Title:  Student  Computer Analyst, undergraduate position

Description: Student will be working with ITS professionals to design and build instructional videos for ISU employees and students.  Videos will be used in classroom instruction and also be posted online for interested users.   The intern will work closely with ERP project staff to define requirements for the videos, then will create the videos, including filming, editing, and finalizing the videos to create quality products for use.  Prior experience creating and editing videos is required.

The student will gain real world, practical, applicable skills and experience on a real project of value to ISU.

Contact: Marjanna Hulet

Email Address: hulemarj@isu.edu

Phone#: 282-2598

CPI Position with Organizational Learning & Performance

OLP has a CPI opportunity for a Communications/CMP major who would like do research writing. This is a great opportunity to work side-by-side with a faculty analyzing data and writing an article. The position is open for Spring 2016.

Interested? Contact:
Karen Wilson Scott, PhD
Chair/Professor, Organizational Learning & Performance
Idaho State University
921 S. 8th Avenue, MS 8081
Pocatello, ID 83209-8081
208-282-4519 (O) 208-521-9793 (C)
scotkare@isu.edu

Social Media Internship Opportunity

A position opening at a company for an intern who has experience with social media campaigns. The intern would be responsible for posting content, social media listening, and research into social media campaign efficacy for the ag publication industry. Other duties related to e media department may be assigned.

Although not required, significant preference would be given to candidates who are proficient with AP style.

Interns would be invited to work remotely with occasional visits to the Jerome headquarters. Hours are projected to be within 10 to 20. We’d prefer to have the intern for the school year as tone of posting is important to us. Pay is commensurate with experience.

Please e-mail resumes and/or recommendations to me at the e-mail address below.

Diantha Leavitt
Content Manager and Marketing Specialist
diantha@progressivepublish.comP.O. Box 585
238 W. Nez Perce
Jerome, ID  83338
800.320.1424208.731.1949
Fax 208.324.1133

www.progressivedairy.com

Gallery Attendent Needed, On-Campus Job

The Idaho Museum of Natural History is looking for a student intern to work in the museum as a Gallery Attendant. Intern is expected to: learn day-to-day gift store and exhibition gallery operations; learn and be able to educate customers on the history and content of the museum; conduct energetic and interactive gallery tours; assist in marketing and advertising current and new exhibits and gift store items through social media, museum website and other outlets; keep the gallery, store, Discovery Room, and conference room clean, organized and presentable; keep a clean and professional appearance; and be flexible in duties that are assigned, as they may vary with certain situations.

Intern must be detail-oriented, organized, and independent with little to no supervision; must able to demonstrate excellent customer service; and must be available to work weekends. Students in marketing, mass communications, and performing arts preferred. Undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of 12 credits and graduate students for a minimum of 9 credits to qualify for employment. Graduates working on Thesis or Dissertation may qualify with a minimum of 1 credit. This is a paid internship. If interested, please drop off a resume at room 205 in the Museum building, or email us at tanfait@isu.edu.

Faith Tan
Administrative Assistant to the Director
Idaho Museum of Natural History
Idaho State University Campus

Mailing Address:

921 S 8th Ave, Stop 8096

Pocatello, ID 83209-8096
Physical Address:
698 E Dillon St
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: (208) 282-3168
Fax: (208) 282-5893
 

Marketing/Communication Intern Needed

Interested in Marketing/Communications majors with a knowledge of photography and editing. Position is responsible to assist in the preparation and release of technical marketing brochures for print and electronic distribution. Candidate will also assist in the preparation and maintenance of web based sales literature. Will work with various departments to include Sales and Engineering staff.

Qualifications: Must be a self-starter, ability to work well under pressure, ability to change direction easily, must have Microsoft Office skills, experience with photography/editing/writing, ability to work well with others. Position will be a part-time, temporary intern position for two-three months, approximately 25 hours per week. Schedule can be flexible but must fit into the core business hours. Position will be in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Please send resume to:

Scientech

Human Resources

(Ref:  Computer Science Intern)

1350 Whitewater Drive

Idaho Falls, ID  83402

E-mail:

kgillespie@curtisswright.com

Scientech is a global provider of commercial nuclear power instrumentation, electrical components, specialty hardware, process control systems, and proprietary database solutions aimed at improving safety, plant performance and reliability as well as reducing costs.