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Communications/Writing Internship

Media Relations Agency offers an internship program designed to provide opportunities for students interested in public relations to learn more about the industry, and about how businesses work. Internships are offered on an unpaid basis, and must be taken for school credit.

RESPONSIBILITES:
  • Conducting project research
  • Researching media outlets
  • Contacting the media on behalf of Media Relations Agency
  • Creating reports for clients and for internal use
  • Writing memos and other correspondence to clients or the media
  • Perform Cisions searches
  • Obtain and duplicate audio and video copies, and clippings of placements
  • Seek out new programs and publications, and gather information about them for the database
  • Participate in team meetings and brainstorming sessions
  • General administrative tasks
  • Assist Editorial Manager with press releases and various writing projects
EXPECTATIONS:
  • Well-organized with the ability to work on several projects at the same time
  • Good writing and editing skills a plus
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint helpful
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities
  • Ability to work quickly and accurately with great attention to detail and an eye for consistency
  • Demonstrate a desire to learn about business and public relations
  • Willing to abide by the policies and procedures of Media Relations
REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently pursuing a degree in communications, media or broadcasting, public relations, marketing, English, journalism or other related field
  • Able to work at least 10 hours per week
  • It is the students responsibility to seek possible credit for this internship.
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