Rick Steves Winter Internship!

Rick Steves’ Europe Winter 2015 Internship

Rick Steves’ Europe, publisher of best-selling guidebooks, is seeking candidates for a three-month internship in its book department. Interns at Rick Steves work 10-19 hours per week on everything from data-heavy work (fact-checking, organizing feedback, formatting files) to proofreading text and maps for our guidebooks and websites. Depending on the intern’s expertise, some writing and editing tasks may also be assigned. While this is an unpaid internship, it is designed as a learning experience. We require that our interns be enrolled in a college or university and that they earn college credit for their work. (If you have already graduated, you do not qualify for this internship.)

We are seeking communication or English majors who have had at least one writing or editing course. Experience writing and editing in print or for online publications is preferred. Candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Word. Knowledge of French, German, Italian, or Spanish, while not essential, is a plus. European travel experience is also beneficial. We are seeking one intern for Winter Quarter (Jan. 5th-March 13th); apply early as interviews will begin the week of Nov. 17th.

Rick Steves’ Europe provides a casual, interpersonally rewarding work environment in scenic Edmonds, Washington, about 20 minutes north of Seattle. We are dedicated to the cause of smart travel. We produce a public television series, weekly radio show and podcasts, write popular travel guidebooks, maintain an extensive travel website, run European tours, teach travel classes, and market an exclusive line of travel gear. To learn more about us, visit http://www.ricksteves.com.

If interested, send a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples (published samples preferred, but not required) to Tom Griffin, Guidebook Editor, Rick Steves’ Europe, tomg@ricksteves.com.

 

Firmani + Associates: Seeks brand ambassadors for Seahawk events

Local PR firm seeks brand ambassadors for Seahawks-related events

 

Program Overview:

Firmani + Associates, a Seattle-based PR firm, presents recent or upcoming college graduates with a resume-building opportunity to gain valuable marketing, PR and promotional experience as brand ambassadors working on behalf of PEMCO Insurance’s corporate sponsorship with the Seattle Seahawks and PEMCO’s “We’re A Lot Like You. A Little Different.” (WALLY) ad campaign.

 

Brand ambassadors’ primary role will be to serve as the face of PEMCO Insurance at Seahawks-related events to promote fan-engagement activities throughout the Northwest, in addition to a handful of other events.

 

We’re huge sports fans and are heavily involved with the Seattle Seahawks, along other professional sports teams. Our brand ambassadors offer engagement at CenturyLink Field on game days and stop at various venues to engage with the 12th man before away games. This year we’re also celebrating Blue Friday each week, so we’re looking for enthusiastic people to join us as we cheer on the Seahawks.

 

You can learn more by watching a short video about the WALLY event program, or by visiting http://www.pemco.com/yellfie.

 

The program seeks to provide qualified candidates with experience in:

  • Direct marketing and brand promotion
  • Event planning and execution
  • Social media and word of mouth marketing techniques
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Professional development opportunities

 

Eligibility:

The Brand Ambassador program is a part-time commitment, but the position has the potential for up to 40 hours a week. Brand Ambassadors will travel throughout the region, attending sporting events, fairs, festivals, and other community events, engaging with people about PEMCO Insurance with a set of promotional activities.

 

Requirements include:

  • A four-year degree or pursuit thereof;
  • The program offers internship credit for current college students
  • A perfect driving record (You will be representing an insurance company, after all!);
  • A natural ability to interact and engage with the general public;
  • Some experience with social media;
  • A desire to learn, engage, and go the extra mile; and
  • Boundless enthusiasm, verve and energy.

 

Application Process:

Think you make the grade? Send us your resume and a cover letter.

Be sure to include “WALLY” in the subject line and email your materials to info@firmani.com.

 

A Little About PEMCO Insurance…

PEMCO Insurance is a Seattle-based provider of auto, home, boat, and umbrella insurance to Northwest residents.  PEMCO is the largest locally based insurance company in Washington and Oregon that takes pride in doing business with Northwest people for more than 60 years. The company’s ad campaign, with the tagline “We’re A Lot Like You. A Little Different.” celebrates the values and quirks we share as Northwest residents.

 

Check PEMCO out at www.pemco.com or www.werealotlikeyou.com.

 

Sportswriting Internships @ Seattlepi.com

SPORTSWRITING INTERNSHIPS

As a part-time (15 to 18 hours a week) sportswriting intern at seattlepi.com, you will be exposed to and enveloped in the dynamic and trailblazing world of online journalism. You will be expected to work at our newsroom and have a chance to become a big fish in a small pond, working directly with our sports staff on breaking news, long-term projects, sports analysis, photo galleries, historical research, editorial blogging and social media outreach.

Sportswriting internships at seattlepi.com also provide the opportunity to attend sports events as a member of the media, such as Mariners games, Sounders games, Seahawks games or practice, and/or other events (as long as they are in season). Your work will be considered – and usually used – for placement on the seattlepi.com home page, and will automatically be promoted on our sports index.

Experience working with social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, is expected. Familiarity with HTML or with WordPress is nice but not required. You must be able to receive college credit for an internship – non-students or even recently graduated alumni cannot be considered.

Now accepting applications for winter, spring, summer and fall of 2015.

How to apply

Please email a brief cover letter (can be in the email body), your résumé and at least three published writing samples (as attachments or Web links) to sports editor Nick Eaton at nickeaton@seattlepi.com with “Sports internship application” in the subject line. Applicants with no published writing samples will not be considered. Letters of reference are welcomed but not required.

 

The Seattle Globalist is hiring! 2 part-time positions!

The Seattle Globalist is currently seeking candidates for two part-time positions: a business developer and an editor. Deadline is 9am Oct. 24th. All details & application info below or online: http://bit.ly/globalistjobs The Seattle Globalist is an award-winning nonprofit news organization dedicated to elevating diverse voices through media. We cover local-global issues in Puget Sound — everything from immigration and politics to food and music to the environment. We work with more than 300 contributors based in Seattle and all over the world. We are committed to supporting new writers, and we’re a first publisher for many of our journalists. The Seattle Globalist is a fast-growing publication and community organization in the fastest growing city in the U.S. We are deeply committed to racial, ethnic, nationality, gender, religious, disability and other forms of diversity and seek to hire staff members that reflect our diverse community. The Globalist is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a highly collaborative, creative working environment. We’re seeking responsible, independent candidates who will work well as part of a small, close-knit team. We support professional development opportunities for every staff member.

Business Developer, 20 hours/week The new business developer will work under the supervision of our executive director. They will be responsible for developing new revenue streams and cultivating current sources of support for The Seattle Globalist. The Business Developer will join a passionate team of three full time staff supported by a diverse and growing board of directors. Main responsibilities: Create new revenue-generating opportunities for The Seattle Globalist, such as: Sponsorship, organizational partnerships, and web advertising Fee-based workshops and trainings Grant research and proposal development Maintain and build on existing revenue streams, such as: Fundraising events, including GiveBIG and the Globie Awards Individual donor cultivation Advertising and institutional supporters Supervise production of marketing and design collateral Qualifications: At least two years professional experience in sales, fundraising and/or new business development Proven track record of raising funds Proven ability to research, plan and implement large projects Ability to lead business development activities and work closely with a small team Passion for international issues, media and youth development Salary & Benefits: Hourly employee @ $20/hour Three weeks paid time off annually Flexible schedule Based in Seattle, with option to work some hours remotely Support for professional development opportunities To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and work sample to info@seattleglobalist.com Work sample should be a business plan, media campaign, fundraising event or other large project that demonstrates your sales and fundraising ability Application Timeline: Application deadline: Friday October 24th, 9:00am Interviews begin: Week of October 27th Expected start date: as soon as possible — on or before December 1st, 2014

Editor, 20 hours/week The new editor will work under the supervision of our editor-in-chief. They will be responsible for editing and producing responsive, hard-news reporting on global connections in the Pacific Northwest. This staff position is part of an expansion into hard news reporting building on our current foundation in feature reporting. The editor will join a passionate team of three full time staff, three columnists, and hundreds of freelance writers, supported by a diverse and growing board of directors. Main responsibilities: Editing content produced by Globalist contributors on global connections in Seattle, including immigration, local politics, trade, world news and affairs Responsive, hard news reporting Publication design and production for special reporting projects Identifying and recruiting new contributors to write for the Globalist Qualifications: At least two years journalism experience, including editing Experience editing new and diverse writers Experience with news reporting on a beat Strong writing and editing skills Strong visual sense and ability to edit photos Ability to work on deadline Passion for international news and global issues Connection to Seattle’s international communities Comfort with or willingness to learn WordPress Salary & Benefits: Hourly employee @ $20/hour Three weeks paid time off annually Flexible schedule with option to work some hours remotely Support for professional development opportunities.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and work sample to info@seattleglobalist.com Work sample should include links to several examples of published work demonstrating your photography, writing and editing skills Application Timeline: Application deadline: Friday October 24th, 9:00am Interviews begin: Week of October 27th Expected start date: as soon as possible — on or before December 1st, 2014

Jessica Partnow

Executive Director

The Seattle Globalist

Internship @ KOMO TV

Problem Solver Internship at KOMO TV

Make your mark in Broadcasting. Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is one of the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in the nation, programming 167 stations located in 77 geographically diverse markets after pending transactions. Our success is the result of extraordinary employees and an exemplary management team who believes in a vision and is dedicated to making Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. a communications powerhouse. We are advancing the world of Broadcasting and we want YOU to join our winning team!

The KOMO4 Problem Solvers Intern will report directly to Executive Producer. The primary responsibilities are:

  1. Get and vet tips that come in to the Problem Solver email address and phone tip line
  2. Research stories
  3. Assist in the field on shoots as needed
  4. Help organize and schedule interviews and shoots
  5. Field viewer inquiries as needed and assist in the day to day operation of the unit
  6. Other duties may be assigned.

Required Skills:

While this is a learning position, KOMO4 is looking of an individual who displays the following skills:

  1. Detail oriented – Demonstrates an attention to detail; can produce thorough and accurate materials to assist reporters.
  2. Customer service – Responds promptly to customer needs; can manage difficult customer situations with grace.
  3. Team player – Shows a willingness to tackle any job, big or small, to help the team achieve its goal of producing compelling and important stories
  4. Time Management – Uses his/her time effectively and efficiently; to prioritize and complete the most important tasks first.
  5. Adaptability — Can readily adapt and adjust to change focus and take on new tasks as necessary.

Apply @  https://sbgtv-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?version=1&company_id=17011

Student PIRGs (public interest research group) Campus Organizers

Student PIRGs Campus Organizer: 2015-2016 Job Description

 

Students founded PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) over 40 years ago, based upon the simple idea that America has more problems than we should tolerate, and more solutions than we use.

 

Today, on any college campus, you can find students who feel driven to take on problems outside the classroom, whether it’s global warming, big money in politics, or hunger and homelessness.

 

As a PIRG Campus Organizer, your job is to recruit these students to get involved — and to train them to be effective leaders who can run campaigns that make an impact in the community, in the state capitol, in Congress, at the White House, or wherever it will make a difference.

 

We’re hiring Campus Organizers to work on 40 campuses across America.

 

Early Application Deadline: October 19th

 

Responsibilities may include:

  • Recruiting hundreds of students to volunteer
  • Teaching students to plan and run effective campaigns through internship classes and on-the-ground training
  • Building relationships with faculty and administrators
  • Organizing news events and rallies, and generating the grassroots support it takes to win campaigns

 

  • During the summer, each Campus Organizer runs a citizen outreach office. This entails fundraising and building the organization, by canvassing and training others to canvass.

 

Qualifications:

  • Strong work ethic
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Strong commitment to getting results
  • Passion for making positive social change

 

Training

As a PIRG Campus Organizer, you will participate in regional and national trainings run by experienced Student PIRGs staff, consisting of both classroom-style learning and hands-on experience. This training will supplement the valuable skills and hands-on experience you gain on your campus.

 

Salary & Benefits

Campus Organizers earn $24,500 in the first year. The Student PIRGs offers a competitive benefits package.  Eligible staff receive paid holidays, sick days, and vacation days; and the opportunity to enroll in our group health care, college loan assistance, and 401(k) programs.  We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement.

 

Find out more

Find out more information at jobs.studentPIRGs.org. If you have any questions you can contact Micaela Preskill, Student PIRGs Recruitment Director at (312)544-4436 ext. 304 or mpreskill@studentpirgs.org.

 

How To Apply

Apply online at jobs.studentPIRGs.org by October 19th.

 

The Student PIRGs and all PIRG-affiliated organizations are equal opportunity employers and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

 

Seattle Art Museum Internship

SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

Unpaid Intern Position Description

Title: Communications Intern

Department/location: Public Relations/Marketing Office

Staff supervisors: Communications Coordinator

Purpose and goals: The intern will work with staff to maximize visibility of selected exhibitions and programs for SAM.

Time: Minimum 3 month time commitment; up to 20 hours per week, schedule flexible within M–F, 9–5 office hours. Desired start date: as soon as possible.

Duties & responsibilities:

 Maintain listings of museum programs and events

 Implement social media strategies

 Media relations

 Event logistics

 Organize electronic press clippings

 Compile press kits and materials for media

 Write press releases for exhibitions, programs and events

 Assist public relations and marketing in special projects

Qualifications:

 Experience working in a professional, office setting.

 Prior public relations, marketing, graphic design and writing experience a plus.

 Experience utilizing facebook, twitter and blogging preferred.

 Strong written and verbal communication skills.

 Ability to work with staff and volunteers in a professional manner in a variety of tasks.

 Ability to communicate effectively to staff, volunteers and public.

 Ability to ask for help and accept supervision and evaluation of your work.

 Abide by the Standards for Museum Volunteers/Interns as outlined in the Volunteer/Intern Packet.

Physical requirements:

 Manual dexterity.

 Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.

Education:

 Working towards completion of a BA or MA in art history, communications, digital media, English or other related field.

 Working toward a master’s degree in one of the above fields preferable.

Training:

 General SAM orientation provided by Volunteer Department

 On-the-job training will be provided, as needed.

Application process:

Submit a Seattle Art Museum Intern Application:

http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/about-sam/careers#int

Mail: Manager of Volunteer Programs, Seattle Art Museum

1300 First Avenue

Seattle WA 98101-2003

Email: volunteer@seattleartmuseum.org

Open until filled.

 

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