Seawolf Advisory!

On Dec. 11, our Facilities and Campus Services team was made aware of a pothole that shut down the westbound lanes of Northern Lights Boulevard between UAA Drive and Career Center Drive. It has since been upgraded to a sinkhole, and the lanes will remain closed for an undetermined amount of time while crews repair the damage. We anticipate the closure will extend through the week.

Finals week is a very stressful time for students. Students, please know that your professors have been made aware of the situation. Please communicate with them any delays you may experience due to this issue. We know this is an unexpected traffic challenge. Please take a deep breath. We want you to have a smooth and safe finals week.

Internships

If you are interested in placing an opportunity on our site please send details to Paola Banchero.
  • Anchorage Daily News editorial Internship - Sports

    Overview

    Want to learn the media business from the inside? The Anchorage Daily News is hiring an editorial intern for our sports department. It is paid and will last about 4 months, 20 hours a week, including Friday nights and Saturdays.

    In this position you will write about a multitude of sports; prepare results and standings for publication; help keep our calendar of events updated; answer phones; write everything from briefs to features and help with other tasks as needed. If you have a car (and insurance), you will get to cover sports events.

    We’re looking for someone with a basic understanding of sports. We don’t care if you know who won the last Super Bowl, but you should know about first downs, RBIs, 3- pointers and power plays. If you know the Mustangs play in Chugiak and the Kardinals come from Kenai (and start with a K), all the better.

    You must be able to perform on tight deadlines for both online and print publication, meaning you must be able to write quickly and cleanly. You must be detail oriented, proficient in grammar and spelling, have strong writing skills, be familiar with AP style and abhor the Oxford comma (or at the very least, know not to use it). A desire to learn and improve will take you far.

    Applicants should send a letter telling us a little about yourself and how you can help us along with a resume and samples of your news, sports or features writing. Send materials to Beth Bragg, sports editor, bbragg@adn.com.

    Logistics

    Credit hours: 3 Pays: $12 per hour

    Length of internship: One semester, following the University of Alaska semester timeline Location: Anchorage Daily News, 300 W. 31st Avenue in Anchorage

    Details

    As part of this position you will be asked to do the following:

    • Gather, input and format results from a variety of sports and write recaps of events on tight deadlines
    • Conduct interviews and compose accurate, well-written articles for publication
    • Be responsive to editorial feedback
    • Know and use Associated Press style
    • Help maintain our calendar of events by adding events, times and locations as needed; this may include researching details of events and reaching out to community members when necessary
    • Pitch ideas for sports stories
    • Answer phones and provide customer service to those who call with questions or complaints.
  • Alaska Department of Corrections

    The Alaska Department of Corrections is looking for an intern. The position would be unpaid, but would give the right student invaluable experience working in a high-paced, critical government agency. The ideal candidate has some experience in videography and would be able to help with media campaigns/projects. The videos would be used on social media, for training and on the DOC website. There would also be social media planning and writing. If you are interested, contact megan.edge@alaska.gov

  • Anchorage Press Graphic Artist Internship

    The Anchorage Press is looking for a part-time graphic artist intern proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite (with an emphasis on InDesign). Responsibilities include ad building, page layout and ad tracking. This is a perfect position for a person who has skills in the programs but needs real world work experience. The ideal candidate is creative, dependable and able to carry out assigned tasks without a lot of direct supervision. 

    Please email resume to publisher@anchoragepress.com or drop off at the Anchorage Press World Headquarters, 540 E. 5th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501.

  • Buzzbizz Studio Marketing Internship

    If you are a college student looking for experience and on-the-job training in marketing, consider doing an internship at Anchorage-based Buzzbizz Studios. The studio will help you learn the art of storytelling, how to drive a customer base through research and creative campaigns, how to create compelling copy, and how to communicate overall value of a product or service.

    The ideal candidate is an undergraduate student majoring in JPC or marketing who has excellent verbal and written communication skills; 2+ yrs APA exp.

    Has basic knowledge of inbound marketing, web and social media 

    The position is a six-month commitment with flexible hours up to 15/hours of work per week. There is an opportunity for follow-up employment in a creative and busy environment.  

    About Buzzbizz Studios:

    Buzzbizz Studios is a communications and marketing firm focused on providing media production and marketing services to small businesses. BBS takes into account the confines of small-business budgets and understands the importance of their return-on-investment. To learn more about Buzzbizz Studios, visit www.buzzbizz.biz

  • 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.

  • Denver Post Internship

    The Denver Post has an active internship program. The deadline for the Post to receive your application is Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. Applications received after that date will not be considered.

    The Denver Post also offers part-time (24-hour) internships in reporting and multimedia all year long. Deadlines:
    Spring deadline: Dec. 31 each year
    Summer deadline: May 1 each year
    Fall deadline: Aug. 1 each year

    Please contact Linda Shapley (303-954-1800)  with any questions.

  • Firmani + Associates

    Internship opportunity in strategic communications.

    Firmani + Associates, a progressive public relations and marketing firm located in Seattle, is offering a four-month, full-time paid internship beginning in December, with subsequent internships opening up every four months or so.

    The firm is looking for highly motivated and talented candidates who possess a bachelor's degree in public relations, journalism or another communication field, excellent writing and editing skills, and the drive to succeed. Knowledge of social media concepts and experience with execution and implementation is preferred. F+A serves a range of industries, with a focus on legal, technology, health care and professional services companies. Its team provides interns the opportunity to work alongside public relations professionals spanning a range of ages and experience levels. Interns gain hands-on experience with account coordinator-level responsibilities such as writing press releases, researching market trends, pitching to media outlets and planning strategic social media campaigns. The internship stipend is $2,254/month, plus there is a transportation stipend, paid holidays, and other perks.

    To be considered for this position, send your resume, three writing samples, and a cover letter describing yourself, your work history, GPA, and why you think you'd make a good fit to recruiter@firmani.com.

  • Schroeder Consulting Services

    Schroeder Consulting Services is seeking a paid Marketing Intern this summer. The successful candidate will be enrolled full-time in a major university or college and studying marketing or communications. We’re looking for a driven, ambitious individual who’s interested in a career in content marketing. We’re offering a flexible schedule if you continue to take classes in the summer or you wish to pursue other opportunities simultaneously. 20-40 hours a week. We provide extensive training, guidance and support, as well as the opportunity to experience the industry from the inside and gain valuable work experience.  Interns do not qualify for health benefits, sick, holiday or other paid bonuses.  Salary range for this position is hourly DOE.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Assist General Manager with a Marketing Plan
    • Research potential clients
    • Assist General Manager as needed

    Qualifications

    • Associate Degree in Communication/Marketing and/or Enrollment in a Bachelor’s degree or program required
    • Pass in-house aptitude tests
    • Intermediate Knowledge of Web, Microsoft Office
    • Ability to multi-task and take initiative
    • Autonomous worker, able to work independently in a timely manner
    • Hardworking and dedicated outlook
    • Ability to take direction and absorb information quickly
    • Highly organized and accountable
    • Schroeder Consulting Services is a drug free workplace. Potential Candidates must pass a drug test.  Applicants with a felony conviction will not be hired.

    Availability

    This position begins as early as May 2018 and will end in August 2018.

    Apply

    Qualified, interested candidates should email Fran Andrews.

    • Resume
    • Transcripts
    • Cover Letter (Including a statement that the candidate would pass a drug test.)
    • Accepting Applications until May 15, 2018