The Neighborhood Involvement Program is looking for an intern to help with marketing and recruitment. Duties include:
Assist with marketing volunteer opportunities with the NIP Seniors Program
Develop marketing materials (written, visual, social media, etc)
Help at special events
Conduct internet research
Update community outreach databases (faith-based, service clubs, etc)
Other tasks, as needed* (There may be the opportunity to assist with outreach to
potential clients or providing direct assistance to clients)
Hours: Approximately 4 per week, minimum of 25 hours per semester
Ongoing opportunities are available with snow shoveling and assisting with handyperson activities. One time opportunities are occasionally available. Please check our other postings on the Hands On Twin Cities website.
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New Life Academy of Woodbury is a non-denominational Christian school in the suburbs of St. Paul, Minnesota serving 730+ students. NLA is the largest private Christian school in the east metro area. Our mission is to educate and energize each student to impact their world for Jesus Christ and to reach their full potential in scholarship, leadership, and service out of love for God and one another.
NLA is seeking a part-time Athletics Communications Intern to provide assistance in the area of article writing, sports photography, website, and social media coordination, and more. This position is located in Woodbury, MN and will report to the Athletics Department. Responsibilities include:
• Assist with writing articles for website, social media, and press releases as needed.
• Attend sporting events, pep fests, and school programs to capture pictures and stories.
• Perform other related duties as requested by supervisor.
We are now accepting applications for our paid Internship and Professional Development Program which allows select students to help shape the future of our Knowledge Drive initiative, while also developing, applying, and honing their professional skill set. As an initiative whose mission is built around helping students learn more effectively, we believe that students must be actively involved in helping us do so.
Those that are accepted will help lead the Knowledge Drive initiative at their school, which is building a more comprehensive resource for students while also supporting the development of education abroad. In addition to leading the Knowledge Drive, interns will also work with the Knowledge Drive Team to provide insights on how we can provide an even better initiative and resource for education.
Accepted applicants will also be enrolled in our Professional Development Program which provides teaching, application, and refinement of a student’s professional skill set. Designed to set interns up for success in the professional world, the program includes:
- Leadership and one on one coaching from a Director
- Weekly workshops on specific professional skills (ranging from communication to innovation) paired with structured goals to help strengthen and hone those skills
- Personalized critiques and development plans that focus on improving areas connected to the students desired career path.
- Professional references upon completion and graduation from the program
- Management positions for those that truly excel
If you are interested in joining our Internship and Professional Development Program and working together to do something powerful for education, please send your resume (as an attachment in either .pdf or .docx format) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities (BBBS) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Communications & Public Relations Intern. This internship provides a valuable opportunity to gain experience with communications and public relations including media relations, audience engagement, and strategic planning. The intern will receive supervision and coaching from experienced communications professionals.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Please send resume, cover letter and three writing samples to:
Andrew Robertson, Director of Human Resources & Volunteer Services
September 23, 2014
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Interested in an internship or career in the sports field? Whether it is a job in PR and marketing or sports announcing or video production, the sports field is one that combines passion and professionalism. The 2014 Sports Internship & Career Fair will offer job seekers the opportunity to learn about a variety of internship and employment opportunities with many teams and sports related organizations throughout the upper Midwest. The $13.00 entry fee will include one ticket to the 7:10 game that night and a food coupon that can be redeemed for a hot dog and soft drink. We encourage early registration due to limited ticket inventory.
HOW TO APPLY
- Call 1-800-33-TWINS or visit Target Field Ticket Windows
- Tell the ticket representative that you would like to purchase tickets for the Sports Internship & Career Fair.
- You may purchase additional tickets for individuals NOT attending the fair to accompany you to the game.
If you would like to be seated with specific individuals ATTENDING the fair, you must purchase tickets at the same time.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED. MUST BE REGISTERED NO LATER THAN 9/20/14, subject to availability.
Please bring resumes to give to employers.
If you are interested, please contact a recent Com graduate who can give you more information and can make sure your application reaches the right people.
Melissa Bargmann, email@example.com
Gannett Company, the largest newspaper publisher in the U.S., is rolling out a plan to radically change the way their newsrooms are structured. We have seen for quite some time that today’s journalists need to be able to communicate in both a written and visual form. It would appear that digital media are changing these requirements even further. Individuals are being hired that have expertise in audience analysis, web metrics and analytics, social media, event planning, and digital and multi-platform production. It would appear that today’s Communication majors are prime candidates for jobs in tomorrow’s newsrooms–both in large broadcasting corporations and private organizations. For more information read an interesting blog post by Dr. Mu Lin, a digital journalism professor in New Jersey.
Contact: Bridget Scott (651) 492-0228
Start Date: August 25, 2014
Hours Per Week: ~10 hours/week, unpaid
This position is for individuals looking to expand their knowledge and skills of marketing and communications in the theatre world. The position primarily requires someone who can be available to send out emails, make phone calls, and organize small events for volunteers to help with promotional material for shows during the 2014-2015 season. The work doesn’t require a lot of travel and can easily be done at home, at a coffee shop, etc.
The position consists primarily of the following jobs:
- writing press releases
- managing Twitter, Facebook & Pinterest accounts
- emailing & calling press
- organizing volunteer days for promotional delivery of materials, stamping/labeling postcards, etc.
Location: Blaine, MN office
Hours: 20 hours/week during the school year
Under the supervision of the Employee Communications Supervisor, this role will assist and support the global employee communications team. Role includes creation and execution of communication plans, writing and editing of employee stories and articles, provide SharePoint support, video support and editing, and general support to the team.
• Must be enrolled in a degree program
• Strong communication and writing skills
• Experience with all or some of the following: HTML, SharePoint, video editing software, podcast software, and photo editing software
• A communications or related major is required
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Alan Hoglund, a 2010 graduate from the Communication Studies’ Department is leaving a successful career at WDIO-TV in Duluth to join KSTP-TV in the Twin Cities as a producer. This good-bye highlight feature from Duluth showcases the excellent work Alan has done.