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Summer editorial intern
SmartBrief — Washington, DC
Are you interested in writing and editing? Are you seeking an internship with online media? SmartBrief is a happy marriage of both, and were seeking driven, enthusiastic editorial interns to help us create daily online business and consumer news. Interns work with SmartBrief editors get experience writing, editing and choosing material for more than 160 newsletters. Especially talented interns will also have opportunities to write original reported content for our blogs. Get a chance to perfect your skills of writing concisely and working on deadline. After this internship, you'll be able to confidently say you've got experience reporting in industries ranging from health care, finance and retail to global news, marketing, technology and much more. This internship is for 35-40 hours per week for the summer. Start and end dates and your schedule are flexible. Interns must work in our Washington, D.C., office starting at 7 a.m. Interns will be compensated with a stipend for their work.
Summer Marketing Intern
Correlsense — Framingham, MA
Founded in 2005, Correlsense is a leader in the application performance management software market. We are seeking an intern who wants an opportunity to roll up their sleeves and gain some real-world marketing experience in a fast growing technology company. We're looking for a summer intern who can work in a fast-paced and result-oriented environment. The position will require a commitment of 30 hours per week during the summer months, with flexibility to continue onward into the fall. Local candidates only!
Graphic Designer for Fashion Branding Co.
Piquen Mgmt — Baltimore, MD
Are you a photographer/graphic designer looking for a crazy team to call home? Do you love fashion and the nightlife? Do you thrive in a collaborative environment? Then look no further! The Piquen marketing team is in need of a Graphic Design Assistant. The ideal person is a self starter who thrives in a fast paced environment! Responsibilities & expectations: Create powerful visuals that adhere to and enhance the overall Piquen brand. Strong production design background is a must. Ideal candidate will have experience with production design for publications.
Progressive Campaign Internship
Kallos For Council — New York, NY
Description: Exciting opportunity to join a progressive campaign for New York City Council that is at the forefront of public policy, technology, and civic engagement. This is not your average internship of copying, filing or field. You will join a team with experienced professionals where you will be able to participate in all aspects of a successful campaign so that you gain the necessary skills to secure a job. Duties will include: Community Outreach and Organizing Attending Local Meetings Voter and Donor Contact / Canvassing Public Policy Research Event Planning Authoring Campaign Materials o Blogging o Scripts o Flyers o Etc. Website Management Graphic Design and Photography Scheduling Social Media Background: Benjamin Kallos, is currently a candidate to represent the Upper East Side and Roosevelt Island in the New York City Council where he is using a unique skill sets in law, politics, public policy and technology to make New York City a better place. He currently serves as the Executive Director of New Roosevelt where he working to improve New York State's Constitution and laws through better understanding and policies at EffectiveNY.org. His distinguished career includes serving Former Public Advocate Mark Green, Assembly Member Jonathan L. Bing, and the Open Government Foundation. He was recently recognized for his leadership by the New York Observer and City and State News for creating several civic websites including VoterSearch.org for voter education, OpenLegislation.org for legislative advocacy and transparency, and NYCPoliticalCalendar.com a crowd sourced political calendar. You can learn more at KallosForCouncil.com. What Our Interns Have to Say: Unlike many other internships where hands-on means getting coffee and making copies I was immersed in all aspects of the campaign, from planning and executing voter contact to giving candidates the tools they need to reform New York. Phil Hoffman, Tufts University Class of 2014 My time working at Kallos for Council was both inspiring and educational. I was working on real aspects of a political campaign such as managing campaign contributions, organizing fundraisers, and increasing social media reach on facebook, twitter, and flickr to help generate thousands in donations. Andrew Frank, Baruch College, Class of 2014 Not only did I acquire a variety of skills that were immediately useful to me, but they will stay with me throughout my career. I also gained the first-hand experience working in politics that enables one to richly perceive the political process for a lifetime. Christine Seo, Fordham University Law School and Business School Class of 2012 Last summer, I worked to promote human rights, justice, and accountability in Eastern Europe. This summer I decided to do the same for my own home by bringing those values to New York." Jesse Towsen, Brown University Class of 2012
GPF Communications Intern--Photo/Video Management and Project Funding
Global Peace Foundation — Lanham, MD
Opportunity to work for an international nonprofit in the Washington D.C. area with a mission to build models of multisector collaboration to realize sustainable peace and development. GPF has service projects around the world including Kenya, Malaysia, Paraguay,Nepal, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Projects address areas of environment, character education, interfaith collaboration, community-development, and other areas. As an intern you will get the unique experience to work with people that have been in the communication field for many years. You will also have the opportunity to connect with our chapters in Kenya, Malaysia, and other areas and gather their unique stories. You will be able to influence others to join and support through social media outreach and funding. Position can include flexible hours (minimal 20 hours/week) at our Lanham office. www.globalpeace.org
Fall Communications Intern
Alzheimer's Association — Lutherville, MD
Looking to get hands-on experience in communications? Want an internship that gives you real opportunities for portfolio materials? The Alzheimers Association is looking for a fall communications intern who is highly motivated and ready to take advantage of this unique opportunity for real-world experience. Flexible schedule and course credit available. Include desired start date in application.
Communication Intern: Fall 2013
American Red Cross Blood Services — Peoria, IL
LOCATED IN PEORIA, ILLINOIS POSITION PURPOSE: To provide support to the Volunteer Department as well as to the Marketing and Communication Department. Interns will assist with internal and external communications and public relations; the creation and design of publicity materials; perform duties assigned with the promotion of blood drives and help with special projects as assigned. This is a non-paying internship. REPORTS TO: Volunteer Coordinator Communication and PR Specialist HOURS OF WORK: up to 20 hours per week; days and hours are flexible
Marketing/Sales Coordinator Internship
ExpoTools — Atlanta, GA — Virtual
Backed by more than eight years of experience, ExpoTools specializes in the design, manufacture and rental of handheld lead retrieval scanning, attendee tracking and surveying equipment for the trade show and event industry. We offer a comprehensive set of tools and support, with seasoned expertise that allows clients to concentrate on whats important... their event. Seeking a sales and marketing intern interested in joining a progressive technology services organization serving the events and expositions industry. If you have a proven track record of working on your own toward achieving goals, and are a self-motivated individual interested in online research, prospecting for new business and qualifying sales prospects, submit your resume today!
Marketing/Public Relations Intern
CapitolTrak — Arlington, VA
CapitolTRAK (www.capitoltrak.com) is seeking a motivated marketing/public relations intern interested in applying classroom experience to the real world. The CapitolTrak team is small, dedicated, and passionate. Qualified candidates must be self-starters willing to take on any project with little direction, and develop creative ideas to execute. Must be a strong writer, and able to take edits in stride! Work may include research, writing, developing media pitches, content development for the web or social media. Knowledge and/or interest in Congress, the federal budget process and/or Defense is necessary for success.
Social Media & Internet Marketing Virtual Intern with Unwined Yoga, Inc.
The Miller Group — Boston, MA — Virtual
Unwined Yoga (UY) (www.unwinedyoga.org) is a non-profit focused on providing relaxing yoga practices while extending individuals philanthropic involvement in community nonprofit organizations. UY strives to provide a virtual internship experience that will foster the ability to learn about the design needs and operations of a small nonprofit. UY is comprised of a committed and energetic team, and we hope to find interns who will be enthusiastic about our mission and eager to learn new skills. UY is looking for dedicated, friendly, communicative, and highly motivated virtual interns for Summer 2013. Intern duties include but are not limited to:? Utilizing word of mouth marketing, Internet marketing, and Internet marketing techniques to increase traffic and brand awareness. Leveraging social networks to strengthen relationships with existing clients/followers and increase the number of new followers. Utilizing Blogging, SEO, social networking, and back link building to raise web presence and placement on web searches within the assigned territory. Recruiting the participation of up to 200 donors. Other Marketing activities as assigned by manager. Brainstorming and implementing additional creative projects to increase brand awareness. Key Performance Metrics: Increase the number of social media requests. Weekly advocacy item to share with general public (where possible). Recruit up to 200 donors. Increase the number of client connections on social networks