The Miss West Virginia Scholarship Organization is seeking a student to plan and implement a PR campaign that would attract attention to the program. Project duties would include creating a Facebook page, working on the Web site, setting up news media, writing press releases and local editorials and utilizing Twitter.
The project would also include announcing local and state pageant information, pageant details leading up to the pageant, winner release, subsequent releases, again through all media outlets including newspaper, radio, TV, Internet (Web site, Facebook, Twitter).
The Contractors Association of West Virginia has an opening for a motivated and organized professional to manage membership recruitment, educational programs and member services. The successful candidate must have excellent computer, marketing, writing and presentation skills. College degree or equivalent experience required.
Charles Ryan Associates, in Charleston, W.Va., seeks an entry level position responsible for a variety of roles and functions to support and assist the Media Department. Candidates must be comfortable with math; have an outgoing personality; a passion for media and buying; the ability to deal with a variety of people and be detailed oriented and a true multi-tasker. Ideal candidate will work closely with the Media Director and provide support to the buyers within the department.
The Clarksburg Exponent is looking for an intern for the summer. We’re located in downtown Clarksburg, about 40 minutes down I-79. We’ve got four recent WVU grads on staff, and it’s a great place to learn the ropes of reporting.
Send resume and writing samples to John G. Miller, Managing Editor, P.O. Box 2000, Clarksburg, WV, 26302-2000. You can also e-mail John Miller at email@example.com.
The Society of Professional Journalists is pleased to announce an exciting training program for young journalists who have graduated and are in their first three years in the broadcast journalism profession. It’s a crash course in the characteristics of outstanding journalism and the techniques of exceptional journalists.
During the three-day Reporters Institute at The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Fla., we will examine:
West Virginia University senior Anna Phillips, of Parkersburg, has been awarded the 2009-10 Cultural Ambassadorial Scholarship by Rotary International District 7530. The award is for three months of intensive language study in another country.
West Virginia University P.I. Reed School of Journalism students continue to prove they are among the best and brightest in the region, winning three first-place honors in the Society of Professional Journalists 2008 Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards. WVUstudents also took several second- and third-place awards in the college journalism competition.
Tricia Fulks, of Clarksburg, received first place in the In-Depth Reporting category for her story “eMBA-gate” that ran in The Daily Athenaeum, WVU’s daily student newspaper.