Vizion Group Public Relations/Marketing Internship

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RESPONSIBILITIES: Interns at the Vizion Group PR are expected to support staffers with key responsibilities surrounding the implementation of PR plans for sports and entertainment events. Includes creation and maintenance of media outlet list databases, research, writing, social media outreach and direct contact with traditional media. Intern must be self-motivated to fit in as a focused operative and a team player. Management makes significant effort to providing challenging tasks in addition to requiring basic intern work. Some specific responsibilities include:

  •  Research
  •  Press Release Writing
  •  Fact Sheet Writing
  •  Brochure Copy Writing
  •  Administrative Duties
  •  Media Contact
  •  Transcribing Audio Tapes
  •  Event Staffing
  •  Information Dissemination
  •  Report Compilation
  •  Web Site Updating
  •  Intern Recruitment

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Vizion Group PR is a unit of Vizion Group, a unique company located in suburban Philadelphia with offices and associates in several cities, providing diverse services to a variety of commercial and non-profit clients. These include developing and executing fundraising programs, providing public relations and marketing services, producing conferences and developing initiatives that drive economic impact and tourism. Vizion Group is comprised of professionals who have diverse experience and are results-oriented.

HOURS: The Fall Internship runs in conjunction with the Fall semester. We have flexibility on dates and hours, as needed.

COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid internship with no travel reimbursement. We will fulfill all paperwork and evaluation requirements needed by those gaining academic credit.

QUALIFICATIONS: Communications or Marketing major desired. Writing and editing skills preferred.  Organizational, follow-through and meticulous attention to detail skills needed along with working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and basic Social Media.

Turner Broadcasting Site Visit for CLAS Students: Friday, April 25th

Here’s a SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY for Liberal Arts and Sciences students! Turner Broadcasting in NYC is hosting a site visit exclusively for Liberal Arts & Sciences students on Friday, April 25th from 8:30am to 5:30pm. You will learn about the work of the Advertising Sales areas and meet Villanova alumni who work at the company. OUS Intern Jeremy Menninger, who interned at TurnerBroadcasting in NYC last summer, will be leading this site visit.

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To register for the site visit, you need to email bridgesocietyevents@gmail.com with the following information:

  • Name
  • Villanova email
  • Year
  • Major/minor (or intended major/minor)
  • Cell phone number
  • Emergency contact – name, relationship, cell phone number

This is a first-come, first-served sign-up. Students of all years are welcome to participate. On the morning of Tuesday, April 15th, we’ll share the list of students who have registered for the site visit. You will need to submit a deposit of $20 by Wednesday, April 16th to SAC 107 to hold your spot. The deposit will be returned to you on the trip.

Questions: Please email bridgesocietyevents@gmail.com.

Turner Broadcasting SUMMER PROJECT ASSISTANT (SPA) PROGRAM

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SUMMER PROJECT ASSISTANT (SPA) PROGRAM

Do you want to spend your summer learning from the best in the entertainment, news and sports advertising businesses? If your response is “yes”, then please consider a Summer Project Assistant position at Turner Broadcasting Sales, Inc. This program provides great opportunities for significant learning experiences, as well as the chance to make lasting business contacts. Opportunities are available within our various sales and support groups, such as:

• CNN
• Entertainment Networks (TBS, TNT)
• Sports (NBA on TNT, MLB on TBS, NCAA March Madness)
• Young Adults (Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, TruTV)
• Turner Digital (cnn.com, bleacherreport.com, etc.]
• Strategic Planning
• Research
• Marketing/Promotions
• Presentation Design

Fast Facts:

• Candidates should be undergraduate students who are entering their junior or senior years and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
• All students must remain enrolled in school for the entire length of the program.
• The positions are available in New York City during the summer session only.
• Positions are paid and students are expected to work normal business hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
• As this is a paid opportunity, we do not offer college credit.
• This is a ten-week program that goes from June 2, 2014 to August 8, 2014.

Application Deadline: March 26, 2014

Please take a few moments to complete the application linked below and return the form along with your resume, one letter of recommendation and a transcript (unofficial suffices) to the address below: Ms. Danielle Tadros – SAC 107 prior to 5pm on March 26th. We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest in our Summer Project Assistant program.

Turner 2014 Application

Morgan Stanley University Photo Competition 2014 – Deadline 3/3/14

Share your unique creative perspective and submit your photos for a chance to win. The focus of this year’s competition is Sustainability. We encourage you to submit up to two photos that portray what sustainability means to you. As a firm, we are committed to advancing environmental sustainability and social responsibility through our work with clients, partners and in our communities, but what does sustainability look like through your eyes? For more information on sustainability, visit: http://www.morganstanley.com/globalcitizen/sustainability

The winners will receive the following prizes:

– 1st Prize: iPad mini, 16GB

– 2nd Prize: US $150 or equivalent local currency in Amazon vouchers

– 3rd Prize: US $100 or equivalent local currency in Amazon vouchers

For additional information: http://www.morganstanley.com/about/careers/photocompetition/

If you have questions, please contact: photocompetition@morganstanley.com

NXTsports 2014 Summer Internship Program

 

NXTsports is seeking current college students interested in sports operations sports education and facilities management to serve as 2014 summer interns in the Philadelphia area. The paid internship will begin May 27 and run for eight weeks until July 25. Weekend work is required. NXT is looking for interns in three fields this summer. When submitting your résumé, please be sure to indicate which position(s) you are interested in.

1. Sports Education Internship with our Trashcan, Cradle and NXT Lacrosse programs will allow interns to gain experience with the planning, marketing and coaching of our boys youth lacrosse programs. Interns will also assist with educational social media campaigns, curriculum development and onsite camp operations.

2. Event Management & Operations Internship (NXTevents) will allow interns to play a vital role in the planning, marketing, organizing, managing and executing phases of our local and national summer lacrosse tournaments. Interns will develop a better understanding of the operations and logistics that go into running elite lacrosse events.

3. Facility Management Internship (NXT@EA) will give interns the opportunity to assist with the facility rental process which includes drafting communication materials, coordinating camp registrations, developing new marketing strategies, managing staff and providing support to the extracurricular activities being run at Episcopal Academy.

Desired Qualifications:

  • A current college student
  • Strong background in sports management, event planning or coaching
  • Possess excellent interpersonal, organizational and communicational skills¿
  • Have a strong work ethic and desire to succeed
  • A passion for sports. Lacrosse experience is not required.
  • Must have lodging in the Philadelphia area and access to transportation¿

For more information about NXTsports please visit http://www.iamnxt.com. To apply, send an introductory email, cover letter and résumé to: Kara Geiman, Director of Operations, NXTsports, Kara@iamnxt.com.

Internship Spotlight: GSA Impact Fellowship in the Mid Atlantic Region

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Impact Fellowship is designed to provide advanced students with occupational experience related to their academic course study in the area of public service. Fellows will gain direct insight of federal, state and local government interaction as part of the Office of the Regional Administrator with GSA’s Mid Atlantic Region.

Fellows will directly participate in a variety of activities to support individual programs. Projects and activities may include, but are not limited to: participating in high-level interagency meetings; coordinating meetings with external stakeholders; communicating with governmental agencies at local, state and federal levels; researching policy related topics; creating and managing collaborative tools including using social media networks; updating contact database; planning educational and cultural forums; developing messaging on a variety of topics; and, administrating front desk duties as needed.

GSA is currently accepting applications for the select Fellowship positions to begin May 2014. Invited Fellows must be available for four months and able to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week (Mon.-Thurs.) GSA may provide an option to extend the term of this fellowship by an additional four months. As a volunteer/non-paid position, Fellows must consent to a security background investigation upon selection and abide by the program agreement. Eligibility:

  • At least half-time student in good standing at an accredited post secondary learning institution.
  • Currently pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Bachelor’s degree candidates should be in their junior or senior year.
  • A student in a field of study that includes: public administration, business administration, communications, public policy, public relations and marketing, environmental management, journalism, law, literature, English, and IT.

GSA’s mission is to use expertise to provide innovative solutions for federal agency customers in support of their missions and to foster an effective, sustainable, and transparent government for the American people. In the cover letter, answer why you are interested in becoming a GSA Impact Fellow and describe a specific or recent situation that drew on your decision making, planning, and organizing skills. Please share the outcome or result of the situation. Submit resume and cover letter via e-mail to pedro.viera@gsa.gov no later than March 28, 2014. Please write “GSA Impact Fellowship” in the subject of the e-mail submission. GSA is an equal opportunity employer, providing programs and services in a fair and impartial manner. For more information about GSA, please visit http://www.gsa.gov

For additional information: http://www.gsa.gov

Research Opportunity: Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels

The Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels (C2B2) is now seeking applications for the 2014 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates Program (C2B2/NSF REU)!

Apply now to spend your summer researching renewable fuels, chemicals, and products in Colorado.

Please see the C2B2/NSF REU Brochure for details and visit www.C2B2web.org for application requirements.

  • Students from all majors are eligible to apply! Applicants should be interested in researching bioenergy.
  • Applications from underrepresented students are strongly encouraged.
  • U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and international students are eligible to receive funding.
  • Undergraduate applicants must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program at the time of participation.

 Completed applications must be received as of February 16, 2014 at 11:59 PM.

Questions? E-mail C2B2@colorado.edu or call 303-492-7736.

View the C2B2/NSF REU Program website online.

Internship Spotlight: Merchandise Planning at QVC

QVC, located in West Chester, is one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world. Their Planners have the “magic formula” to drives sales. Using a unique blend of numbers and science, the Planning team uses data to find just the right entry point for an item to maximize sales. They are seeking Spring interns will analyze trends, historical data and inventory levels and then feed data to the team. Retail experience preferred, juniors and seniors are eligible. Students should apply via GoNOVA Jobs (search employer by: “QVC”). Application Deadline: 12/21!

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Internship Spotlight: Keystone Summer Internship Program 2014

The Pennsylvania Historical Museum and Commission is now accepting applications from students who are interested in applying for The 2014 Keystone Summer Internship Program.The deadline for submission is Friday February 14th 2014.

Interested students should email all of the following:

  • The 2014 Keystone Internship Application
  • Resume
  • An essay describing why you want to pursue an internship position with The Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission.
  • A professor’s letter of recommendation
  • Transcripts

Please send all items to ra-phmcinterns@state.pa.us.

Intership spotlight: Light The Night – Eastern PA Intern

Light the Night is seeking an Intern to be responsible for providing a standard of excellent service whether for internal staff or external teams. They are to provide assistance and administrative support for the day-to-day operations of the Light The Night® Campaign. The LTN Intern reports to Campaign Managers and/or Event Coordinator for the LTN Campaign to accomplish assigned duties and responsibilities.

Duties and Responsibilities:
•Assist, as assigned with LTN Fundraising Teams, Sponsorships, etc…
•Assist with the preparation of fundraising materials for events assigned.
•Assist with donation entries in Campaign 360.
•Assist, as assigned, in the development and implementation of other chapter activities. Maintain a working knowledge of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® mission and its programs to address them;

Qualifications:
•Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s program with junior level status or higher.
•Previous experience with non-profit a plus but not mandatory.
•Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Visio, Publisher).
•Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills; ability to communicate effectively at all levels both internally and externally.
•Able to demonstrate flexibility and quickly adapt to changes while maintaining high levels of productivity and effectiveness under pressure.

To apply, e-mail resume and cover letter to Lauren Iannucci, Campaign Director
E-mail: Lauren.Iannucci@lls.org , or Phone (610) 238-0360 x6779
Please include LLS Light The Night Internship Opportunity in Subject Line.