Internships

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Social Media/Marketing Intern with All Alaska Pediatric Partnership

The All Alaska Pediatric Partnership is seeking a part-time Social Marketing/Communications Intern to support our efforts in helping kids reach their full potential.

The intern will:

·Establish and maintain a social marketing/communications plan that incorporates communicating with the community and media representatives on a regular basis via facebook, twitter, website, etc.

·Promote community activities through social media

·Support the ED and Executive in a variety of social media and marketing imitatives

·Monitor web analytics on a weekly basis (page views, twitters, etc) and provide reports on activities and recommendations for growth

·Assist ED and Workgroup Chairs on brainstorming new and innovative marketing campaigns

·Develop a Promotion Strategy, Engagement Strategy, and Conversation Strategy

·Curate relevant content

·Research and maintain a network of industry-specific on-line resources for cross media sharing

·Be the digital media advocate for A2P2

Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and experience with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media platforms. Strong attention to detail and organizational skills is required. Interest in early childhood development and or health care is a plus.

 

CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program

Spend spring break learning more about broadcast and online media!

The CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program is an intensive hands-on workshop led by professionals at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, N.C. and the University of North Carolina journalism faculty in Chapel Hill, N.C. The program is geared toward college seniors or graduate students finishing their programs pursuing broadcast careers as:

  • Producers
  • Reporters
  • Photojournalists    
  • Web Editors

This is a highly competitive fellowship for 12 top students. Fellows who live within 250 miles of Raleigh, N.C. will receive a $500 stipend for travel, meals and lodging. Those who live farther than 250 miles from Raleigh, N.C. will receive a $1000 stipend.

For more information and to apply, visit http://jomc.unc.edu/diversityfellowship

 

Chips Quinn Scholars Program

The Chips Quinn Scholars Program for Diversity in Journalism provides hands-on training and mentoring to qualified applicants through paid internships at newsrooms across the United States. The aim of the program is to improve newsroom diversity and encourage careers in journalism. The internship is offered annually, with an application deadline of October 15.

Click here for more information.
 

Alaska Public Media Internship

Alaska Public Media is offering a summer internship. The deadline is Dec. 1. Alaska Public Media includes KSKA, KAKM, APRN, and Alaskapublic.org.

Spend the summer in a multiplatform newsroom. Learn more about storytelling, capturing sound, shooting video, and reporting for the web.  Send your resume and samples of your work to: Patrick Yack, Chief Content Officer, Alaska Public Media, 3877 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508, pyack@alaskapublic.org. http://www.alaskapublic.org/

 

 

Anchorage Economic Development Corporation Graphic Design / Marketing Intern

Support the Communications Director and AEDC staff in creating corporate communications pieces, marketing and investor relations, with the ultimate goal of increasing public awareness of AEDC while supporting AEDC's objectives and accomplishments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The Graphic Design Intern will assist the Communications Director with a number of projects, which may include but are not limited to:
  • Proof, update, design and layout publications, reports, fliers and advertisements.
  • Assist Director with AEDC's public relations and marketing campaigns.
  • Assist Director with website maintenance and fact checking.
  • Update and design presentations.
  • Design correspondence and investor communications.
  • Demonstrate professionalism and responsibility in representing AEDC.  Develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, board, investors and the public.
  • Ability to coordinate projects and assignments with various staff and meet multiple deadlines.
  • Preform other duties as assigned.

Educational Requirements:

Pursuing a B.F.A., B.A. or B.S. in Graphic Design, Art, Marketing/PR, or Communications.

Job Requirements:

Demonstrated experience in the use of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 or higher (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator).  Proficiency in computer and software applications required.  Demonstrated marketing and public relations skills and experience are required.

 

 

The Renewable Energy Alaska Project

The Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) is looking for an intern to work on an ongoing digital media and outreach campaign related to renewable energy and energy efficiency in Alaska. The focus of this campaign is to highlight stories about real Alaskans and how the development of clean energy effects their day-to-day lives. The student's responsibilities would include gathering stories from a wide array of Alaskans (with the help of REAP staff), conducting interviews, and editing each interview into a short, 3-5 minute web video. The project would entail 10-20 hours of work per week, and students would be compensated for their time. To apply, send a resume and short cover letter to Katie Marquette at Katie Marquette [katie@realaska.org].
 

Repeal the Oil Wealth Giveaway Intern

Vote Yes! Repeal the Oil Wealth Giveaway is collecting signatures to put a question on the ballot about whether to repeal Senate Bill 21. This is an exciting, fast-paced campaign with myriad communications needs. It could change the face of Alaska, ensuring that Alaskans receive a fair share of their oil wealth for schools, roads and critical public services.

Hours Per Week: Negotiable Unpaid 

Duties: Draft press releases, articles, Facebook posts, web content, tweets and other essential communications. Help design an advertising and outreach strategy. 

Call 231-7925 Email Repealthegiveaway@gmail.com

Expires: 2014-08-31

 

NeighborWorks Anchorage - Marking/Public Relations Intern:

Marketing/Public Relations Intern (Anchorage)

NeighborWorks Anchorage, a non-profit agency, is seeking a Marketing or Public Relations Summer Intern to help us with multiple projects within our organization this summer. You will help us with clerical work, Facebook, marketing materials and database, etc. The right candidate must be computer literate, organized and detail oriented. You must also possess a current driver's license, reliable auto, clean record and pass a drug test. This position is a full-time temporary position with the work hours being Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please respond to this ad; send your resume to 480 W. Tudor, Anchorage, AK 99503; or fax to 677-8483. EOE. Like us on Facebook at NeighborWorks Anchorage! 

Compensation: DOE This is at a non-profit organization.

 

Senior Voice

Older Persons Action Group (OPAG) is currently looking for interns to help with Senior Voice publication.  

Duties would include:

Assist with production of Senior Voice monthly newspaper and Web site: Write and edit briefs/articles, feature stories, columns; research and compile calendar information; photo assignments; post/edit Web site content; assist with page layout/graphic design; other duties as assigned.

Work with integration with Social Media  

This would be a great opportunity for students to get real-time job experience.

Bikky Shrestha, CPA Audit Senior Manager Mikunda, Cottrell & Co., Inc. 3601 C Street, Suite 600 |Anchorage,Alaska99503 907.278.8878