Summer Internship with Economic Development Council of Snohomish County

Hello there,

My name is Ryan Crowther and I am the current Communications Manager for the Economic Development Council of Snohomish County. I went to Central Washington University and was in their Public Relations program and was heavily involved in PRSSA. After attending CWU’s Public Relations program, I came to the Seattle area and found an internship here.  There was no Communications department when I got here and I had the chance, with the help of peers, co-workers, and other PR relationships, to build a Communications program from scratch.  This was a great experience to have right out of college and with this, came a great opportunity to share this with current upper classmen/graduates.

So, I have talked the EDC into letting me run an internship for the summer. This individual will be assisting me in general communication duties such as media relations (press releases, press calls, press kits, planning), marketing/advertising, website, and internal marketing (newsletters).  This person will need to have strong verbal communication skills, strong internet (powerpoint, web, design, MS office) skills, and be able to work independently.

For more information or to submit resumes, my contact information is listed below.

Thanks,

Ryan Crowther
Communications Manager
Economic Development Council of Snohomish County
A Private Non-Profit Organization
728-134th Street S.W., Suite 128
Everett, WA  98204
Direct:  425.248.4221

http://www.snoedc.org <http://www.snoedc.org>

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KOMO Newsradio – Reporter (2 openings)

KOMO Newsradio Internship

KOMO Newsradio
Internship

The KOMO Newsradio Internship is designed to give college students a broad look at a working radio newsroom, and offers experience in four distinct areas:  Writing, Editing, Field Work (including General, Business, and Specialty Reporting), and Sports.

Two Internship positions per quarter:
Spring Quarter – March 1 through June 1
Summer Quarter – June 1 through September 1
Fall Quarter – September 1 through December 1
Winter Quarter – December 1 through March 1
*NOTE: Since all school schedules aren’t the same, there is a degree of flexibility.           Please specify your needs in your cover letter.

Minimum requirement: 3 days/week, 5 hours/day
Internships are unpaid, and applicants must receive college credit to qualify

“It allowed me the opportunity to learn about several broadcast mediums within one building.  It was a rewarding experience and something that will continue to help me in the years to come.”
Daniel Skiffington – Seattle Pacific U. Class of 2008
Former Intern, current KOMO Newsradio Editor

“My internship at KOMO Newsradio literally changed my outlook on my life and my career aspirations.”
Colleen O’Brien
Former Intern, current KOMO Newsradio Reporter

“I had the chance to work alongside some Amazing people.  My experience is one I will NEVER forget.”

Shane Simmons – WSU Class of 2006
Former Intern, current KOMO Newsradio Editor

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have an interest in a news career. You are responsible, proactive, a self-starter, have a positive attitude, and have strong communication and writing skills. You also posses the ability to follow instructions thoroughly, and are able to work well alone and in group settings. Must be enrolled in college, and able to earn college credit for entire quarter.

DESCRIPTION:
As an Intern for KOMO Newsradio, you’ll spend time working alongside Editors, Reporters, and Sportscasters. You’ll learn writing techniques that are unique to radio, digital audio production and editing, experience work outside the station in news and sports settings, and receive an introduction to on-air work. KOMO Newsradio is a unique setting in that its format is all-news, 24 hours a day. As an Intern, you understand that this is different from the classroom setting in that there is not constant instruction; you are responsible for gleaning what you can out of your time with KOMO Newsradio. This position requires schedule flexibility, as well as a person who can adapt to changes quickly. On a daily basis, Interns are assigned to different departments, based on that day’s needs. This means hours/workdays can vary, and can include weekends.

TO APPLY:
Send a cover letter explaining your interest in the Internship and what quarters you’re available, a resume, a sample of your writing (2-3 stories written for radio), and two letters of recommendation (one from a teacher/professor, one from a member of the business community).  Application deadline is 30 days before the quarter begins.

Send to:

Fisher Communications
KOMO Newsradio Internship
140 4th Avenue N.
Seattle, WA 98109

No faxes, No phone calls please.  Online submissions must be complete, containing all components listed above.  Put “KOMO Newsradio Internship” in the subject line, and send online submissions to: jobs@fsci.com

SIFF Publicity Internship

Publicity Intern
The publicity intern assists the Publicist in working with the local and national media to implement a strong and favorable publicity campaign for SIFF and its films. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

•    Organize ticket requests and event invitations for press
•    Disseminate information to media
•    Identify media opportunities for print, online, and broadcast (TV, radio)
•    Arrange space for filmmaker interviews
•    Track, compile, and record press and media
•    Generate press notes and/or media kits for press screenings
•    Manage press clippings
•    Manage DVD screener library, including duplication, check-out, and tracking

Qualifications
All potential candidates must demonstrate the ability to take initiative, show good judgment, and manage projects from beginning to end. They must be able to demonstrate (a) excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills; (b) exceptional ability to manage details, multitask in a fast-paced environment, and meet deadlines; and (c) work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
References should speak to the applicant’s sense of camaraderie, integrity, professionalism, responsibility, and flexibility.

Wexley School for Girls Internship

The Wexley School for Girls, a local Seattle advertising agency. We do creative work for The Sounders FC, Seahawks, Microsoft, just to name a few. Right now we are looking for someone to assist the account team for the summer. Below is the job listing:

 

Wexley School for Girls is looking for a new, and amazing, summer account team intern.

Job Description: The intern position assists the account team with day to day activities. Some of which could include: performing market research; setting up and attending internal and client meetings; creating PowerPoint presentations; running errands as needed; trafficking projects; creating and maintaining spreadsheets; helping coordinate projects.

Requirements:
• Passion for working in a creative advertising/marketing environment
• Strong written and communication skills
• Thorough knowledge of social media
• Ability to multi-task
• Skilled in Office 07: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
• Strong attention to detail
• Incredibly organized
• Quick learner
• Ability to work well with a team and individually
• Junior/senior level college students preferred
• Ability to devote 30-40 hours per week at Wexley

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Kara York (karay@wexley.com) by April 30. The intern position will run from June 1 – Sept 1 and is considered unpaid. School credit will be provided if needed.

City of Seattle, Mayor’s Office Internship


City of Seattle
VOLUNTEER STUDENT INTERNSHIP (unpaid)

MAYOR’S OFFICE

About the Mayor’s Office:
As Seattleites, our greatest strengths are the passion we have for our City, our ability to solve problems creatively, and our concern for the well-being of our neighbors. In times such as these, when budgets everywhere are tight, the work of passionate, creative, and concerned people can make a big difference. The Mayor’s Office is committed to a government that empowers the people it serves.
–       Create a directory of Seattle non-profits, community-based organizations, and neighborhood groups by combining existing lists and adding unrepresented organizations

–       Validate contact info and meeting times

–       Analyze capacity and areas of concentration

–       Finalize research with creation of a unified spreadsheet for use in ongoing community engagement efforts
–       A unique view on the outreach efforts and processes of the Mayor’s Office

–       A great opportunity to build relationships with local organizations and better understand the work being performed by those organizations

–       The ability to gain experience working with diverse communities



REQUIREMENTS

Enrollment: Applicants must be upper-level underclassmen or graduate students (related experience can substitute for class standing) and in good academic standing.  Ability to gain academic credit for internship experience.  **Exception: students who are enrolled in academic programs where an internship is a graduation/degree requirement (proof will be required).**  Students who will not be enrolled past June 2010 will not be eligible for this internship.

Qualifications:
Strong commitment to public service. Time management skills: ability to estimate resources required & deliver on time.  Ability to operate independently as well as work in a team environment.  Strong writing skills.  Ability to handle frequent changes in deadlines and priorities.  Ability to be a good listener and work inclusively with all community and government contacts.  Ability to apply the concepts of the Mayor’s Race and Social Justice Initiative into daily work.

POSITION BEGINS and ENDS
Beginning and end dates are flexible and can accommodate a school schedule, but an overall commitment of 12 weeks is expected.
The work week hours can be flexible (approximately 25 hours per week) and there may be some evening and weekend work.
–      An Application found as a link on the bottom of http://www.seattle.gov/jobs/internships.asp <http://www.seattle.gov/jobs/internships.asp> (choose volunteer application)

–      A Cover letter

–      A Resume outlining experiences and qualifications (please include your intended date of graduation)

–       A Transcript of completed courses (Unofficial okay – should include credits, grades, and cumulative GPA)

–      A writing sample of 1-5 pages, either for class or publication.


Send materials to: Heather Weldon, City of Seattle Personnel Department at cwp@seattle.gov <mailto:cwp@seattle.gov>
In the subject line of your e-mail please list “Community Organization Outreach & Analysis Internship”

POSITION & DUTIES: Community Organization Outreach and Analysis Internship (Job # MO3-2010)


EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT:

HOURS

HOW TO APPLY
Provide the following:

APPLICATION DEADLINE:   4:00 PM, April 29, 2010

Outreach Internship

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