Seattle Met Bride & Groom Internship

Seattle Met Bride & Groom Intern Job Description


Seattle Met Bride & Groom is seeking a bright and motivated go-getter to assist in the fast-paced and energetic sales and marketing department. The position requires a minimum of 15 hours a week in four- to five-hour stints. The duration of this unpaid internship is generally 12 to 16 weeks depending on the needs/schedule of the candidate. We are flexible with student schedules during the academic year, and the internship can be used to fulfill school credit.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Social media management: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
  • Media tracking  • Compiling and managing advertising databases    • Building and distributing marketing and advertising materials   • Assisting with sales/marketing events    • Sales lead research and cultivation
  • Working and communicating with clients on a daily basis • Assisting marketing & editorial departments with various projects    • Assisting with administrative tasks (data entry, filing, mailing projects)


The ideal candidate will be working toward a bachelor’s degree in publishing, advertising, marketing/PR, business, or communications. Must have experience working with Microsoft Office Suite and be a master at multitasking in a deadline-driven environment. Social media skills necessary; InDesign knowledge a plus. This internship must be completed for college credit.


Seattle Met Bride & Groom is designed to speak to and inspire contemporary Northwest couples through oversized, color-drenched images and articles that are as informative as they are entertaining. Published twice annually, each issue provides the best regional resources and cutting-edge trends to inform every aspect of the wedding process.

Seattle Met is an award-winning publication dedicated to the highest standards in editorial and design, based in one of the nation’s most desirable places to live. Seattle Met has been the top-selling magazine in the greater metropolitan area, having won many awards including General Excellence from the City and Regional Magazine Association, Folio, Communication Arts, and multiple Society of Professional Journalists awards. Seattle Met is published by Sagacity Media Inc., which also publishes Seattle Met Bride and GroomPortland Monthly, and Portland Monthly Bride and Groom.



Please send Cover Letter and Resume to:

Kira Bottles

Account Executive Seattle Met Bride & Groom Magazine

Department Manager/Marketing Specialist

We are looking to fill the new role of Department Manager/Marketing Specialist for the Ocean Department at Expeditors’ corporate headquarters in downtown Seattle.  Our department is the control tower for all ocean shipping activities throughout our worldwide network of 180+ offices located on all continents (except Antarctica, but we do ship freight there).  We have a need for someone who can help organize and manage the day-to-day office environment for about 20 people, including two very busy senior executives, and actively own, develop and manage the marketing and presentation materials we use for internal and external purposes.  I would predict this job would be 40% office manager, 60% mar-com specialist.  In time it could expand and the mar-com part could become a full-time role, especially for the right person.

 Here is a link to information from our website about working here:

We offer competitive pay, good health benefits, fully paid bus pass and a professional work environment located in downtown Seattle.

People who are interested can email me their resume or contact me with questions about the role.

John Ward

Manager, Systems Development

Global Ocean Services

Direct     206-393-5863

Main       206-674-3400





Global Headquarters, Seattle

1015 3rd Avenue, 12th Floor

Seattle, WA 98104


Seattle Made Marketing and Communications Intern

Seattle Made Marketing and Communications Intern

We are looking for a Seattle Made Marketing and Communications intern. This is an excellent opportunity for a collaborative, outgoing project manager with interests in local business, food, community development, and events/marketing. Application deadline is June 6th. 

Seattle Good Business Network is a coalition of local businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, and citizens committed to buying, producing, and investing locally. Together, we’re building a resilient, vibrant, and inclusive local economy. One of our programs, Seattle Made supports local producers and manufacturers producing everything from bowties to kimchi to bicycles all made right here in Seattle!


  • 15 – 20 hours per week
  • 6/15 – 10/15 – dates are flexible
  • Stipend available Intern Position Duties:
  • Formation, implementation, and tracking of a social media plan for Seattle Made and specifically Seattle Made Week (early October)
  • Populating the Seattle Made online calendar
  • Research, compile and populate an online database of local pop-up shops, fairs, and events.
  • Research, compile and populate an online database of local providers – ie: graphic designers,       bookkeepers, printers.
  • Work at events
  • Other office and event duties as assignedQualifications: Must be pursuing or possess a degree in public relations, communications and/or marketing. Excellent research, writing and communication skills
  • Social media understanding, experience preferred
  • Comfortable working independently in a flexible work environment, ability to multi-task
  • Ability to work at events that may include nights and weekends
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, Google Docs and online content management (WordPress)

Rick Steves Europe Summer 2016 Internship

Rick Steves Europe Summer 2016 Internship


Rick Steves Europe, publisher of best-selling guidebooks, is seeking candidates for a summer internship in its book department. We will have one internship that runs from June 20th to August 19th. (We follow the quarter system because many West Coast colleges use that academic schedule. However, we can adjust the schedule for those on the semester system.) Interns at Rick Steves work 10-20 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 during the internship and that they earn college credit for their work. (If you have already graduated, you do not qualify for this internship.) It is up to the student to arrange for credit prior to his/her start date. Also, the intern is responsible for covering any personal expenses, including room, board, and transportation. Our offices are located in Edmonds, Washington, a suburb north of Seattle.


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.


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


If interested, send a cover letter, résumé, and writing samples (links to published samples preferred, but not required) to Cathy Lu, Guidebook Editor, Rick Steves Europe,



Communications Intern

Communications Intern (Seattle, WA)

Full Description

One Million Kids For Equality works to engage, educate, and elevate the voices youth around equality. We work on a broad spectrum of issues, utilizing the power of the personal story to elevate the voices of youth in our efforts to create positive change for all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people and their families.


We are looking for a smart, motivated, and detail oriented individual who is interested in learning the ins and outs of public relations, marketing, and communication in a fast paced non-profit environment.


We are currently accepting internship applications. We encourage interns to apply for college credit and will assist with paperwork. We encourage you to consult with your university prior to beginning your internship with us. Volunteers are also welcome.


One Million Kids For Equality is an all-digital team that works remotely and meets 2-3 times weekly in local cafes and coffee shops.



  • Write and distribute press releases and media advisories


  • Pitch stories to local and national media outlets.
  • Write articles for organization’s blog.
  • Draft emails to organization’s membership list.
  • Monitor news coverage and media presence.
  • Develop and maintain organization media lists.
  • Correspond with members, volunteers, and staff regarding projects and special events.
  • Conduct research and prepare reports to be used in emails, press releases, and announcements.



  • College student or recent graduate, with a major in Public Relations, Communication or related field.
  • Excellent written communication and organization skills
  • Experience with writing press releases and cultivating media relationships preferred but not required.
  • Experience with WordPress preferred but not required.
  • Will need to have your own laptop computer.
  • Self-starter
  • Enthusiastic, reliable and proactive team player
  • Experience with Google Docs is a plus.


Time Commitment

We’d like someone who can work an average of 15-20 hours per week with flexibility for actual days worked. Start and end dates are flexible. This internship is a minimum one quarter (10 weeks) commitment, however interns are welcome to continue their internship for as long as they like.



This is an unpaid internship, ideal for junior and senior college students as well as recent college graduates.


How To Apply

To apply, email resume and cover letter to and include in the subject line of the email your last name and Communications Internship. In your letter, please indicate where you learned of this posting, and let us know why you would like to be an intern at One Million Kids For Equality.


One Million Kids For Equality is an equal opportunity emplower and encourages qualified individuals of every race, creed, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, and gender identity to apply.


Communication Fellow Internship Position

Communications Fellow Internship Position

Reports to:  Conservation Projects Coordinator  Location: Seattle, WA Period: May – August/September 2016

Position Overview:

Marine Conservation Institute is opening an internship position for a Communications Fellow in our Seattle office. This position is an unpaid, 3-month minimum commitment for individuals looking to assist a 501(c)(3) conservation non-profit. The commitment can be extended after a 3-month performance evaluation. The estimated time commitment is 18-30 hours/ week in our Seattle office between the hours of 8-4 PM. No benefits or relocation costs are provided, except standard holidays falling during the internship term and public transit reimbursement.

We’re looking for an individual who shares our commitment to the preservation of marine life. This individual is attentive to detail and able to assist with a variety of administrative tasks including: communications assistance, development work, assisting executive staff, program assistance and general online research. Training is provided. We prefer candidates who have a demonstrated ability to work independently, with minimal direct supervision.

As a leader in the global movement to protect and recover the integrity of vast ocean areas, Marine Conservation Institute uses the latest science to identify important marine ecosystems around the world and then advocates for their protection. We work with scientists, politicians, government officials and other organizations to identify key threats to areas in the sea and then build workable solutions. Our unique effectiveness comes from our vision, expertise and our willingness to partner with others. Working out of our Seattle office, volunteers have the opportunity to work with our staff to gain important skills and insights into conservation advocacy.

Desired skills:

  • Computer:
    • Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and basic photo editing
    • Data entry and management
    • Ability/ willingness to learn new computer programs
    • Basic internet research
    • Preferred: Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator, MailChimp, Google Documents
  • Communication:
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Proofreading/ Editing experience
    • Familiarity with major social media platforms
  • Organization/ attention to detail
    • Filing system knowledge
    • Punctuality/ meeting deadlines
    • Ability to work independently

Intern tasks may include:

  • Communications
    • Social media coordination (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram)
    • Curating daily e-newsclips
    • Facilitating conservation petitions/ action alerts
    • Proofreading a variety of external documents, emails, blogs, website pages
    • Researching and data-entry for media lists
    • Implementing minor edits to Marine Conservation Institute’s website
    • Research for the institute’s speaker program
    • Writing basic blogs
    • Brainstorming for a variety of activities/ programs
    • MailChimp monthly e-newsletter
  • Conservation program assistance
  • Board of Directors work: note taking, committee work and individual assistance
  • Internet based scientific and ocean research

Application Process

To apply to this position, please send the following materials via e-mail to Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis starting March 15, 2016. Please reference the position title and your name in the subject line.

  • A cover letter detailing your interests, relevant experience, goals and availability;
  • A résumé;
  • A list of 3 references.
  • Two-three writing samples

Please no calls.



Evado PR Internship Description

Evado PR Internship Description

Description of Evado PR:

Evado PR is a connected, engaged and experienced public relations firm based in Seattle. Our 20 plus years of collective experience includes a diverse range of industries encompassing hospitality, entertainment, restaurants, consumer products, retail + lifestyle, fashion + beauty, spirits and non-profits. Our work includes traditional public relations, marketing, event planning and support, and social media strategy and implementation.

Description of the internship, job duties:

The intern’s work will be tailored to focus on their personal interests in pr but may include: clip reporting, updating media lists to familiarize with local lifestyle media, event support, writing blog post entries and/or media alerts to refine their AP style, researching companies and media outlets, brainstorming social media strategies, and attend client meetings and photoshoots when appropriate.

Students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

Number of hours a week: 10-12 depending on applicant’s schedule

Paid/unpaid: unpaid; school credit can be arranged

How to apply: Email introduction with resume and 1-2 writing samples if applicable to



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