The International Center for Performance Excellence (ICPE) is seeking qualified public relations and marketing interns for its book publishing unit, Fitness Information Technology (FiT). Internships are volunteer-based. If applicable, the ICPE will work with students to secure course credits for the FiT internships. Candidates will gain hands-on experience in international public relations and marketing practices of academic books and digital products in physical activity and sport sciences. Students will learn all aspects of writing press materials including, but not limited to, press releases, pitch letters, author bios, and publicity review reports in all formats, including broadcast, print, and electronic mediums.
Two internships are available for the summer, and three positions will be available in the fall 2010. At a minimum, required skills include strong public relations and business writing, Internet research skills, basic sales and arketing experience/studies, and familiarity with direct marketing techniques. Qualified candidates are organized, capable of multi-tasking and confident in verbal and oral presentation skills. Students will have experience using MS Office products (MS Word, Excel, Access, etc), and experience using social media for professional purposes.
Manage an interactive kiosk while playing in the outdoors and learning about social media marketing. Our client, ACE Adventure Resort, is the largest adventure resort in North America and the largest whitewater rafting outfitter in West Virginia. Their 1,500-acre resort offers zip line canopy tours, rock climbing, ATVs, a 5-acre lake, and more (18 activities in all). ACE is located in Oak Hill, West Virginia.
We’re looking for students with excellent communication skills and outgoing personalities, familiarity with Internet technology and social networks, and journalism skills (writing, photography, video) are a big plus. The position is unpaid, but includes daily free adventure activities and housing in one of ACE’s cabins. Interns who demonstrate superior performance will be considered for paid work.
The small town of Kimball in McDowell County may seem an unlikely place to house the nation’s only war memorial honoring World War I African American soldiers, but as one might imagine, there is a story to tell.
This summer, West Virginia University P.I. Reed School of Journalism Associate Professor Joel Beeson and three students are working to document that story and create a public exhibit at the Kimball War Memorial Building.
Palestra.net is looking for paid interns, beginning fall of 2010.
Palestra.net provides stories of interest to college students across the U.S. They are based in Columbus, Ohio. Their site was launched in 2006, with the goal of building a network of on-campus reporters that would provide students an opportunity to work as paid journalists, while creating unique, entertaining and diverse content for an audience of their peers.
U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, D-VT., is seeking applicants for the position of press assistant in his Washington, D.C., office. The press assistant assists the communications director with all aspects of press operations. Strong writing and organizational skills are essential, as well as the ability to work under tight deadlines. This is a full-time position requiring 40 to 45 hours per week and the salary will be commensurate with experience.
Job Description: CBS College Sports Network is currently hiring campus representatives from your school to be part of the POWERADE College Intramurals campaign for intramural flag football. During the fall semester, Campus Reps will work to promote the POWERADE College Intramurals program, host weekly POWERADE sampling events during intramural flag football games, and drive traffic to www.cbsintramurals.com/POWERADE.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES • Collaborate with one other Campus Rep from your school to execute a strategic marketing plan for the POWERADE College Intramurals campaign • Participate in program-wide brand training webinars • Collect photos and videos during intramural games and weekly sampling events • Post photos and videos to the program website – www.cbsintramurals.com/POWERADE • Distribute promotional materials on campus to drive traffic to the program website • Collect email addresses from campus community to be included in bi-weekly newsletters • Promote the campaign through viral marketing on Facebook, Twitter, Instant Messenger and email blasts • Submit screenshots of your viral marketing activity and track how many people received the message • Submit weekly recap reports detailing your on-campus and online activity • Promote additional campaigns as assigned
The National Association of Black Journalists has officially accepted West Virginia University’s application to begin a student chapter – a move that will create more opportunities for African American students and others interested in diversity in journalism.
The Mountaineer Sports Network is looking for an entry-level production specialist. This person will assist with the production effort associated with a variety of WVU sporting events – particularly football and basketball. Additionally, they will shoot/edit secondary sports features for theMSNSportsNet Website.
WHSV is looking for an experienced and dynamic meteorologist to join the WHSV team.
Candidate should be a degreed meteorologist and possess a strong working knowledge of WSI systems. He/she should be able to create graphics to complement a convincing and energetic weather story while maintaining a strong interaction with the news anchors.
TV 3 Winchester is looking for a talented, organized and aggressive News Director who is ready to lead a growing news operation.
They are looking for a News Director who can produce a fast paced newscast and think on his/her feet when faced with breaking news. The News Director will also oversee and manage other producers, reporters, anchors and meteorologists. The ideal candidate should be able to showcase the “Big Story” creatively and understand the importance of teases.