Internships and job opportunities (2023)

Spring 2023 Digital Marketing Intern

Family Transitions

Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022

Wage: Paid


FT-PTW seeks a digital marketing intern who can help us compare and analyze our SaaS-based offerings with those of competing businesses. He/she will be data-driven to ensure that potential customers view and ultimately purchase from us. Daily duties will include most of the following:
- Research competitors’ pricing and products
- Produce competitive assessments to form winning hypotheses
- Publish digital marketing content online to test hypotheses
Implement/optimize online advertising and email marketing campaigns
- Measure digital traffic
Monitor social media and Google Analytics
- Deliver improved SEO results for our SaaS offerings
- Report on the growth and analytics of campaigns to stakeholders
- Scale campaigns to maximize conversions and ROI
Monitor project status and budget

Click the link to learn more Family Transitions and how to apply.

2023 Social Media Internship

Kaleidoscope Strategic Partners

Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022

Wage: Paid


Local woman-owned business is looking for driven and enthusiastic student who is interested in helping
grow a business through improving presence on social media platforms, learn hands-on how to be an
entrepreneur, and make an impact in the community. This will be a mutually beneficial partnership.

Important to this business is sharing intel to improve and advance a diverse workplace culture. We are
looking for a student who is willing to:

~ use existing content and create new content to share on social media and website

~ share expertise in social media, SEO, research, copywriting to improve business presence and

~ offer new ideas and concepts to improve outreach and effectiveness of marketing and sales.

Preference is for student to have knowledge and experience (or at least willing to learn) Linked In
business page and HubSpot.

Student will work directly with the business owner. The student must possess a high level of flexibility,
technical capacity and time management skills. Additionally, it is imperative that this person
demonstrate a proactive approach, great interpersonal skills, the desire to make an impact, and the
ability to collaborate and be open to new ideas.

This exciting opportunity is available for college students and recent college graduates; business is
flexible with work hours and combination of in-person/remote. Intern will be paid $18-22/hour and
available for increase based on a great partnership and effectiveness of the goals above.

This internship fulfills JMC484 requirements.

Please send your resume and cover letter to to apply.

Spring 2023 Social Media Internship

MMPR Marketing

Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022

Wage: Paid


MMPR Marketing specializes in public relations, digital marketing, branding, and social media, delivering a full-service approach to hyper-current brand-building and marketplace visibility for brands that matter. We’re a collective of storytellers and creatives, seamlessly executing marketing strategies to help brands win. Located in Arcadia in Phoenix, AZ.

Position: Social Media Intern
Hours: 16 hours a week
Compensation: paid
Candidate should:
· Possess an above average ability to creatively write
· Exhibit a strong interest in marketing, public relations and social media.
· Want to learn how to create original content that inspires users to comment and share, and would include writing engaging copy in brand voice.
· Help maintain a master social content calendar for multiple accounts.
· Be up to date on social media platform formats.
· Be in tune with social media and pop culture trends.
· Want to learn metric reporting.
· Possess the ability to capture high-quality photos and videos

To apply, please email with a resume and cover letter.

Summer 2023 MLB Internship


Deadline: Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022

Wage: Paid


The MLB Summer Internship Program is designed to provide exceptional students interested in a career in sports with a unique opportunity to learn firsthand about the diverse business operations of Major League Baseball. Those selected will gain invaluable work experience through challenging project assignments, information sessions hosted by MLB senior management, and various additional events organized by the Human Resources department.

The summer program begins Monday, June 5th and requires a minimum commitment of 10 weeks. Opportunities may be available in a variety of departments including but not limited to: Labor Relations, Special Events, Marketing, Social Media, Software Engineering, Sponsorship, Legal, Community Affairs, Information Technology, Human Resources, Analytics, Finance, Content, Ticketing, and Public Relations. All internship positions are paid and most are based out of our New York City office in Midtown. We also have internships available for our San Francisco and Boulder offices.

2023 CNBC Studio Operations Internship


Wage: Paid


Do you want to work for one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, marketing of entertainment and news?

To join this Internship you will be:

Currently be studying at University and applying for a Placement year in your 2nd or final year or graduating in Summer 2023
Looking for work experience immediately after completing A-Levels or equivalent course or an Apprenticeship
Eligible to work in the UK without restriction for the duration of the internship from Monday 3 July 2023 – Friday 21 July 2024
We strongly advise that you do not apply to more than 1 Internship role to ensure that you are considered for the Internships that you are more interested in and your skills are aligned to
What will I be doing?

As the Technical Operations Intern, you will work closely with the Studio Operations team in the broadcast of CNBC’s daily business and financial news programs and recordings. You will support the Technical Operators and Studio Directors to deliver 4 hours of live TV News programming and any pre-recorded content that is produced in the London Studio each day.

This internship position is ideal for someone looking to gain experience in a fast-paced, exciting live news environment in a multi-skilled TV Gallery role.

2023 TV Business Technology Internship


Wage: Paid


To join one of our 12-month Internships you will:

Currently be studying at University and applying for a Placement year in your 2nd or final year or graduating in Summer 2023
Looking for work experience immediately after completing A-Levels or equivalent course or an Apprenticeship
Eligible to work in the UK without restriction for the duration of the internship from Monday 3 July 2023 – Friday 21 July 2024
We strongly advise that you do not apply to more than 1 Internship role to ensure that you are considered for the Internships that you are more interested in and your skills are aligned to
What will I be doing?

As the TV Business Technology Intern. You will be part of the team which oversees applications that enable a business to operate (Find Clients, Sell Opportunities, invoice, analyse and report) We provide Universal International Studios (UIS) and International Networks business's IT Leadership, Support and Guidance.

Working within the TV Business Systems team, you work on and ultimately own several tasks and activities that the group provide to our business users through Three core functions.

Operations: Support our business partners through knowledge of their systems, processes, challenges and drivers,

Business Process: Work with Stakeholders to understand and document their current challenges & find ways using existing technology to solve those pain points

Enterprise IT & Media Operations Engagement: Provide assurance that technical solutions recommended are in line with Enterprise roadmaps and strategy and meet cyber and compliance controls.

Summer 2023 HAROLD Internship Program

BCW Global

Deadline: Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022

Wage: Paid


The HAROLD Internship Program is a 10-week, paid summer internship for current juniors and seniors graduating in May/June 2023. The program runs from June through August at our U.S. BCW offices. Interns work across our hybrid agency environment with team members and leadership to gain experience in integrated communications across media relations, brand and corporate reputation, public affairs, healthcare, technology, digital integration, creative, strategy, research and grassroots.

Positions with our North America headquarters team, where you will learn the ins and outs of managing the agency business with our new business development, marketing communications, DEI and brand experience teams, are available as well.

Our U.S. BCW offices: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

Click the link to access a fact sheet and to learn more about the opportunity.

Intern to Junior Account Executive

Citizen Relations

Wage: Paid



Citizen Relations is a global, award-winning, integrated creative communications agency. Its mission is to drive clients' business forward through creative strategic frameworks that spark conversation, create citizen engagement and fuel results. With nine offices around the globe, including New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, London and Singapore, Citizen operates on a global scale with boutique offering and local-market expertise. Its unique model features a strategic-partner network across more than 60 countries, providing clients valuable on-demand access and highly customized services. Citizen Relations is a division of Plus Company.

This is a great learning experience for someone looking to pursue a successful PR career. You will have a & can do; attitude and be keen to get involved grow and learn as much as possible through your internship. You will work closely with our Account Executives and Managers to support them and the team across a range of consumer and lifestyle client accounts. Working as part of a smaller team, you will have opportunities to get directly involved in projects and challenges that will quickly develop your skills.

Click the link to learn more.

Graphic Design Intern

ReThinc Advertising

Wage: Paid


Know your way around Creative Cloud? ReThinc Advertising is looking for a talented and driven human for our graphic design department. Becoming a part of our family means you’re self-motivated, willing to work hard, open to exciting challenges, and you love dogs.

When you work at ReThinc, you get to work on a wide array of products and industries. This includes our current set of clients, charitable endeavors, and any new business we attract. As you can see on our website, we serve a wide array of categories and we intend on keeping it that way.

You must be able to understand how to follow a brand guide, as well as be able to create one! We’ll need you to be comfortable with numerous types of advertising platforms that include web design, digital advertising, video, and traditional platforms.

The ideal intern is smart, hard-working, and looking to be a part of something special. We are seeking someone who is detail oriented, self-motivated, and a highly creative thinker.

*We want you to learn, but we can’t teach you from scratch. We’re looking for someone who wants to grow their existing skills and add to their current portfolio.

Summer 2023 Journalism Internships

News Guard

Deadline: Friday, Dec. 16, 2022

Wage: Paid


NewsGuard offers paid internship opportunities to students (undergraduate and graduate) and recent graduates (associates/bachelors/masters degree completion within four months of start of internship).

About NewsGuard Internships:

NewsGuard’s interns help advance our mission of fighting online misinformation and equipping internet users everywhere with the context they need to find credible news sources online. We aim to ensure every intern leaves with new skills, valuable journalism experience, and new expertise in assessing news media credibility and identifying misinformation.

NewsGuard interns learn and practice high-quality, professional journalism, working directly with experienced reporters and editors, including former senior editors from Reuters, The Associated Press, The Chicago Tribune, and other publications.

Interns are trained in NewsGuard’s techniques for identifying and debunking online misinformation and rating the credibility of news sources — spanning websites, TV news shows and networks, and podcasts. Interns gain a wide range of reporting, research, and writing skills, such as how to uncover the ownership and financing of online news sources, how to debunk false claims in a determinedly apolitical and non-ideological manner, and how to track the engagement of stories and narratives on social media. Interns will write clear, detailed journalistic reports about the credibility of news and information sources designed for a mass audience. Interns will be expected to assist with updating and maintaining NewsGuard’s reporting on over 8,000 news and information websites. Interns may also have the opportunity to lead and contribute to specific projects that directly impact NewsGuard’s work fighting misinformation. Past intern projects have included: Developing a system for rating and assessing networks of news websites with similar content and ownership, building out a database of known misinformation narratives and hoaxes, helping to develop and grow a news literacy program that aims to educate internet users ranging from students to senior citizens about how to identify trustworthy information and avoid misinformation online, and contributing to the launch of a broadcast news rating service.

We aim for every intern to leave NewsGuard with bylines, clips, and other specific examples and artifacts of their work that will help them demonstrate what they have learned. For interns who show particular skill and promise, we may also offer full-time positions once they graduate or following the end of the summer 2023 program. Interns may also be considered for freelance (contributor) roles at the end of their term.

Digital News Media Internship


Wage: Paid


NBC Sports Philadelphia is looking for an intern to help plan and develop unique digital content for all three stations. This intern will play a major role in supporting the digital team by finding high-interest stories and posting content to digital and social platforms, including articles, videos, social posts and interactive content. The digital intern is also expected to assist editors and producers by conducting research and compiling information for special sections, enterprise stories and breaking news and sports news and events.

Spring 2023 News Internship


Wage: Paid


During their rotation, interns will:
· Participate in daily editorial process: planning, researching, newsgathering, logging, writing and editing
· Learn editorial and technical aspects of news gathering
· Shadow producers and assignment editors
· Produce individual news stories for demo reels and online
· Handle daily office administration functions and assist on the assignment desk
· Create individual special project opportunities
· Interns should have some experience in journalism, at least in the classroom, but preferably in a television newsroom setting.

· Schedule requirements: Interns should be willing to work a variety of shifts in order to get the best experience.

Internships at NBCUniversal are paid and do not require course credit.

Spring 2023 Sports Video Editor Internship


Wage: Paid


NBC Sports Bay Area/California is a regional sports content creator with both linear television and digital platform distribution. NBCSBA/CA is the home for Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland A’s, San Jose Sharks, Sacramento Kings games, pregame & postgame coverage and a full complement of digital/social coverage.

Our linear network and digital platforms serve the Bay Area and Northern California sports fans like no one else. We operate two linear channels, plus up-to-the-minute sports news and exclusive series digitally at, and through its social channels on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Spring 2023 Public Relations Intern


Deadline: Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022

Wage: Paid


Build and update media lists and databases
Research topics for new pitches
Scan media for trends impacting our clients
Suggest innovative ideas for engaging content
Pitch development
Assist in the management of content across PRBULLDOG’s social media platforms and website
Draft media advisories and press releases
Pitching media
Maintaining and updating weekly PRBULLDOG/Intern agenda
Other duties as assigned

Strong writing skills
At least one previous internship
Spanish writing fluency preferred, but not required
Strong desire to learn from a veteran in the industry
Ability to create Twitter, Instagram and Facebook posts that drive engagement
Ability to create appropriate graphics to social posts
Efficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Google applications
Passion for the PR industry and learning best practices

Time requirement and location:
12-20 hours per week over 3 days, regular virtual schedule
Position is contract and does not provide paid time off for any reason
This is a virtual position with frequent check-ins and weekly meetings

Students should apply by sending a cover letter and resume to between now and December 20. The internship is anticipated to begin January 16 and conclude May 12, 2023. There is an opportunity to extend the internship through the summer depending on how things are going.

Spring 2023 PR Internship

Weber Shandwick

Wage: Paid


Do you think big picture, are you able to connect the dots, problem solve and enjoy digging into the “how” behind a project? Our consumer internship allows you to experience the inner workings of a variety of integrated campaigns, collaborate with subject matter experts, brainstorm on how to take engagement and innovation up a notch, and come to understand how brand communication is constantly evolving.


As an Intern, you will have the opportunity to work on PR initiatives ranging from earned and paid media, to influencer and digital efforts, including:

- Monitoring media to inform and educate strategy and action
- Conducting research and analysis
- Preparing media relations materials and targets
- Outreaching to media
- Coordinating event planning and logistics
- Participating in team brainstorms

Summer 2023 Baseball Internship Opportunities

Dub Sea Fish Sticks

Deadline: Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022

Wage: Paid



Media Marketing Internship:
The Media Marketing Intern will be working hands on with the General Manager on promoting the team and
its goals within the community. This is a hands on internship, you will not just be running errands, getting
lunch or watching someone work. You will plan, produce, direct, edit, and publish original content through
different mediums. Content will be used for print, online advertising, published on Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram, Youtube and SanpChat. When you leave our internship you will have a portfolio and the
experience to help you get a job in your field.

Videographer & Editor Internship:
The Digital Media Intern will be working hands on with the General Manager on promoting the team and its
goals within the community. This is a hands on internship, you will not just be running errands, getting lunch
or watching someone work. You will plan, produce, direct, edit, and publish original content through digital
video. Content will be used for online advertising, published on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and
Tik Tok. When you leave our internship you will have a portfolio and the experience to help you get a job in
your field.

Special Assistant to the General Manager Internship:
The Special Assistant to the GM Intern will be working hands on with the CEO & General Manager, and
COO on running the day to day operations. They will help plan and run day of game events, organize
schedules, communicate with the coaching staff, and players, and interact with fans at games.

Spring 2023 PR Internship

Queen Creek Unified School District

Wage: Paid


JOB GOAL: PR/Marketing Intern assists the Queen Creek Unified School District Public Relations & Marketing Department with spreading positive sentiment about the district through stories about students and staff in the form of videos, photos, and social media.


- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
- Photojournalism experience
- Experience with Adobe Creative Suite
- Experience with DSLR cameras and camcorders
- Experience with wireless mics
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Must obtain or possess an IVP Fingerprint Clearance Card

Spring 2023 Sports Internship

Varsity Sports

Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022

Wage: Paid


Varsity Sports Show is pleased to announce a paid internship opportunity for spring 2023 students. See job descriptions below. Fall youth, high school, and college sports coverage. Fifteen (15) hours weekly. Must have own transportation. While each position below is specific to certain skill-sets, experience is not necessary, but encouraged. If you have a desire to spotlight activities in the community, then the Varsity Sports Show wants to talk to you! You will be part of a special team of hard-working, friendly people that strive for success in sports media! The Varsity Sports Show is a Saturday morning radio show am1060 KDUS AZ and sports livestream program on YouTube and the NFHS Network.
Must be:
• Self-starter
• Motivated
• Quick-thinker
• Friendly
• Have your own transportation

Spring 2023 Digital Marketing Intern

Weber Shandwick

Wage: Paid


Weber Shandwick Baltimore is not looking for your traditional PR or social-media Intern. Instead, we’re focused on the strategies and platforms needed to develop integrated marketing campaigns.

What you'll do all day:

Plan: Assist in project coordination and logistics
Evaluate: Review project deliverables to ensure they meet specifications and standards
Coordinate: Collaborate with media, creative, strategy, development and account teams
Report: Review and provide input on performance deliverables
Engage: Share big ideas in brainstorms and with teams
Research: Analyze brands using various resources
Monitor: Track clients and industries online behaviors and relevant/trending topics
What we're looking for from you:

Thinking: Do it out of the box. Look for holistic and innovative ways to meet needs and challenges. Foster a curious mind and ask thoughtful questions.
Digital: Know digital platforms (tech, email, CRM, social, etc.), what brands are doing with them and best practices.
Technical: Know Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Familiarity with platforms like Google Analytics, Google Data Studio, Facebook Business, LinkedIn, Adobe Creative Suite, Sprout Social, MailChimp, Campaign Manager, WordPress
Management: Meet deadlines, put out fires and multi-task. Work fast, and work well. Volunteer to take on new responsibilities.
Detail-Oriented: Attention to detail and a commitment to delivering clear and precise work is a must.
Problem-Solving: Think proactively and provide solutions/recommendations for day-to-day tasks and account initiatives
Dynamic: Ability to work in a fast-paced agency environment, often independently.
Communication: Speak, write and edit succinctly and compellingly.
Spark: Understand what value you can bring to our team.

Spring 2023 Healthcare PR Internship

Current Global

Wage: Paid


Our next Intern is an enthusiastic, self-starter who can multi-task effectively and is highly organized. This role is hands-on and affords a unique opportunity to learn the ins and outs of PR. As an integral part of the team, core responsibilities of this role includes writing, researching, content development, event planning and participating in creative brainstorms. This person must possess a high level of flexibility, technical capacity and time management skills. Additionally, it is imperative that this person demonstrate a proactive approach and personal effectiveness, the ability to collaborate and to keep composure under pressure. Candidates with previous internship experience in an agency setting or in the healthcare field are preferred. Otherwise, show us your passion in healthcare and why you will make a great healthcare communications professional.

This exciting opportunity is available for recent college graduates who are available to work Monday through Friday from 9am until 6pm. The internship is a paid position lasting three (3) to six (6) months. Candidates in Chicago or New York are preferred, but candidates in other cities with Current Global offices as well remote candidates will be considered.

Spring 2023 Digital PR Internship


Wage: Paid


We’re passionate about expanding the boundaries of what we offer our clients by bringing diverse perspectives to the table.

Are you creative and daring? Do you have digital savvy? Do you love to collaborate and bring big ideas to life? Are you ready to launch your career with Weber Shandwick? We’re looking for you, the newest member of our DC Internship Program!

From creative brainstorming to day-to-day execution, Weber Shandwick’s Interns form the foundation of a talented team that generates groundbreaking, award-winning programs. During the program, you’ll work on campaigns for iconic brands and companies you likely encounter every single day.

What’s in it for you? Our interns will earn practical experience as fully integrated members of account teams and will receive coaching from team members to help advance your career goals.

Spring 2023 Digital Communications Internship

Arizona Latino Media Association

Wage: Paid


The Arizona Latino Media Association is seeking a motivated Digital Communications Intern to join our organization. This is a paid opportunity for a college student pursuing a degree in Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or Marketing to acquire experience using social media and digital tools for a non-profit organization of professionals.This internship pays $750 per semester.

This position will require a working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn; knowledge of other platforms, which also may be part of the social media mix, is a plus.

•Implement and manage social media campaigns
•Take pictures of events, share on social media
•Regularly populate social channels with content
•Manage the user-friendly website builder to update information
•Suggest new and alternative ways to leverage social media activities
•Monitor various NAHJ chapters
•Manage LinkedIn group
•Find events ALMA can participate in

Required Qualifications:
•Junior or Senior in college
•Proficient in Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn
•Strategic communications skills
•Basic knowledge of web design and posting
•Proficient writing skills and knowledge of AP-Style
* Videography and editing skills
•Professionalism and punctuality
•Bilingual (English and Spanish)
•Excellent writing and communication skills

•8 hours/ week for 12 weeks total
•Weekly meetings with supervisor(s) to monitor progress
•Ability to work from home or at events

This internship fulfills MCO 294 requirements.

Spring 2023 Marketing Internship

Visit Phoenix

Wage: Paid


The Marketing Intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the tourism marketing field,
provide concrete deliverables, and learn from top to bottom. This role provides direct support for the
Marketing Department; this position will be involved in multiple areas of the department as needed. Strong
organizational, multi-tasking and attention to details are also important, as well as a thorough knowledge
of the Greater Phoenix area.

Job Description
• Enter data into the CRM system for events occurring throughout the metro to the
events calendar, including concerts, art exhibitions and other special events
• Assist department with copyediting and general editing for other creative assets, including but not
limited to social ads, photography, videography
• Conceptualize and create website content that highlight things to do in the Greater Phoenix area
• Accompany Social Media Specialist on filming opportunities as needed
• Edit existing website content to ensure that information is up to date and relevant as needed
• Outreach to Visit Phoenix member businesses for content updates as needed
• Coordinate & assist with department special projects as needed
• Attend events as a Visit Phoenix representative as needed

Spring 2023 Digital PR Internship


Wage: Paid


We’re passionate about expanding the boundaries of what we offer our clients by bringing diverse perspectives to the table.

Are you creative and daring? Do you have digital savvy? Do you love to collaborate and bring big ideas to life? Are you ready to launch your career with Weber Shandwick? We’re looking for you, the newest member of our DC Internship Program!

From creative brainstorming to day-to-day execution, Weber Shandwick’s Interns form the foundation of a talented team that generates groundbreaking, award-winning programs. During the program, you’ll work on campaigns for iconic brands and companies you likely encounter every single day.

What’s in it for you? Our interns will earn practical experience as fully integrated members of account teams and will receive coaching from team members to help advance your career goals. (Scroll down past “how to apply” for more information about the position, what we’re looking for, and what we provide to you as part of the program!)

Spring 2023 Communications Internship


Deadline: Friday, Feb. 3, 2023

Wage: Paid


The HAROLD Internship Program is a 10-week, paid summer internship for current juniors and seniors graduating in May/June 2023. The program runs from June through August at our U.S. BCW offices. Interns work across our hybrid agency environment with team members and leadership to gain experience in integrated communications across media relations, brand and corporate reputation, public affairs, healthcare, technology, digital integration, creative, strategy, research and grassroots.

Positions with our North America headquarters team, where you will learn the ins and outs of managing the agency business with our new business development, marketing communications, DEI and brand experience teams, are available as well.

Our U.S. BCW offices: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

WDIV Newsroom Internship Program

WDIV Local 4

Wage: Paid


Each semester Local 4 offers internships in the newsroom. It’s a wonderful chance to learn the business from the inside by experiencing how a newsroom works in the nation’s 11th largest market. We believe News internships are a valuable supplement to your classroom experience.

Local 4 internships are more journalism-oriented than production-oriented. Interns work in news gathering, however, they are not able to do any hands-on work with equipment. Each intern will go out with a reporter a few times during a semester, but most of the time will be needed inside the newsroom.

The internships are paid positions.

Interns must have a note from their school that confirms they will receive credit for the internship, if accepted.

Here’s what we look for in interns:

A compelling interest in news.
An avid news watcher/listener
Strong journalism skills
Previous experience at college or commercial newspapers, radio and television
Enthusiasm, assertiveness and willingness to learn
The opportunities for NEWSROOM internships include:

Click the link to learn more about each position.

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Creative Services Intern


Wage: Paid


DigiVid360, LLC is a full-service marketing company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our marketing experts focus on starting the connection between businesses and their customers wherever they may be, from local area businesses creating an enticing digital marketing campaign to the national and regional businesses marketing to their customers across the country. Our marketing experts partner with companies to offer DigiVid's marketing solutions, including digital, video, and much more. This opportunity is unique because you will have the opportunity to flex your strategy and creative skills in a professional setting!

Summer 2023 Baseball Internships

Bethesda Big Train

Deadline: Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023

Wage: Paid


High school, college and graduate students: spend your summer developing your skills for a career in sports or journalism with the Bethesda Big Train. One of the nation's most highly regarded summer college baseball programs, Big Train baseball at Shirley Povich Field has been described by The Washington Post as "the ultimate small-town fantasy."

Modest payments to help cover your summer expenses are provided. Course credit is available for college and graduate school students. Internships run from before Memorial Day through the first week in August. But roles and responsibilities may begin before the season and extend after the season. Click the link to learn more about each internship opportunity. Please email with questions.

Winter 2023 Consumer PR Internship

Weber Shandwick

Wage: Paid


Weber Shandwick is seeking a rock star winter intern to work on a major beverage account leading up to and during the Super Bowl based in our New York consumer team/practice. This winter internship is hybrid out of our NYC office. This is a full-time (40 hours/week) paid position starting around January 2023 and ending around late February.

The Essentials

Thinking: Intellectual curiosity and creativity is a must
Storytelling: Understand the elements that make a story exciting and how to highlight them in what you read in the press and what you see on social media
Communication: Speak, write and edit succinctly and compellingly
Management: Meet deadlines, put out fires and multi-task. Work fast, and work well
Interpersonal: Play nice, whether it’s in a team, with a team or independently
Technical: Know Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Media databases and social tracking tools are a bonus (examples: Cision, Muckrack)
Detail-Oriented: Whether it’s a media list or a recap report, attention to detail and a commitment to delivering clear and precise work is essential
Spark: Understand what sets you apart

Student Worker: Social Media Specialist

ASU Media Relations and Strategic Communications Team

Deadline: Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022

Wage: Paid


Working under the social media manager’s supervision, the Social Media Specialist will assist the social media and visual communications teams with a variety of projects with a particular emphasis on drafting, editing and posting copy across social media platforms. This role will be responsible for researching and identifying trends in digital media, contributing to quarterly social media reports and monitoring/engaging with audiences.

- Days and hours will vary depending on business needs and the student's availability, but should be consistent week to week
- Must have availability between Monday and Friday
- May be required to cover occasional events on nights and weekends

When applying for this position, please specify in your cover letter your experience representing a brand on social media and why you are interested in this role. Without this information, applications will not be considered.

Essential duties include:
- Create daily content for the ASU News, ASU in California and ASU in Washington, D.C. social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram)
- Create brand-aligned written content that resonates with target audiences
- Compile weekly recap reports regarding social media activities and key performance indicators
- Assist in proofreading and editing social media content and marketing materials as needed
- Monitor social media platforms for mentions, comments and trends
- Support the social media manager and visual communication team with miscellaneous tasks

Click the link to learn more and apply.

Student Worker: Strategic Communications Assistant

Learning Enterprise

Deadline: Friday, Dec. 9, 2022

Wage: Paid


The Learning Enterprise Strategic Communications Student Worker works under the supervision of the Director of Strategic Communications to support the Learning Enterprise’s public relations content creation as well as thought leadership and media relations efforts. In this role, you’ll have the opportunity to:

- Contribute public relations writing and content (news articles, print/video/audio interviews, op-eds, etc.) to advance LE and its senior team’s thought leadership on ASU News, external news websites, social channels, and other mediums.
- Gain hand-on experience in print and digital content creation for a wide variety of news media and audiences.
Support on- and off-campus events as requested to advance LE’s thought leadership goals
- Collaborate with an energetic, collaborative, and brilliant team
- Hone your public relations skills and learn strategic communications best practices
- Produce work for a public relations portfolio and enhance your resume
- Contribute to LE’s inspiring mission of creating universal access to education and opportunity, at every stage of life

Click the link to learn more and apply.

Student Worker: Team Runner, Production

Fiesta Bowl (ESPN)

Deadline: Friday, Dec. 16, 2022

Wage: Paid


Schedule: 12/29-12/31

Compensation: $20/hr.

Runner duties include This is not a conclusive list. Tasks need to be performed quickly and accurately.
· Production office space set-up / maintain/tear down
· Grocery / catering / coffee runs
· Talent and staff pick-up/drop-off in ESPN vehicles (various locations)
· Miscellaneous tasks that come up.

*MUST BE 21+​​
· Feels comfortable to safely drive a golf cart, large SUV + 15-passenger van
· Act professionally in front of VIPs and Talent
· Knowledge of the local area – able to give local recommendations (catering, directions/routes, etc.)
· Candidate should be comfortable acting in high pressure/fast-paced environment
· Strong live decision-making. Natural problem solver

Please submit a resume and interest note to and

Student Worker: Marketing and Communications Aide

School of Earth and Space Exploration

Deadline: Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022

Wage: Paid


Working under the supervision of the Marketing and Media Relations team, the role of the Marketing and Communications Digital Aide will assist the School of Earth and Space Exploration Marketing and Media Relations Manager with a variety of projects, including - social media graphics; content creation, curation, and sourcing; editorial calendars; content scheduling, event support, and more as needed. This position seeks an individual with some experience or interest in, but not limited to, the following areas: social media, marketing, and graphic design. Federal Work Study eligible students are welcome to apply.

Student Worker: Cronkite Ambassador

Cronkite School

Wage: Paid


The Cronkite School is seeking enthusiastic applicants for the Cronkite Ambassador role. Ambassadors support the Cronkite School recruitment team in the outreach and engagement efforts of prospective students. They leverage their experiences at Cronkite to inspire the next generation of #CronkiteNation students. They are storytellers who can illustrate the endless opportunities available to prospective students at the Cronkite School.

Some important details:

- The Cronkite School recruitment team works Mondays-Fridays from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm. For the right candidates, we can accommodate shifts that fall into any of those days and times, but we are highly interested in availability on Monday and Friday mornings. Each ambassador will work the same weekly shifts for the duration of the semester.
- This position requires some evenings and weekend hours throughout the year.
- The position is not semester-based, offering the opportunity for year-round employment.
- We are hiring for candidates to immediately start working in this semester and for those who wish to start in the upcoming spring semester.

Student Worker: Super Bowl LVII Events

Super Bowl LVII Events

Wage: Paid


We are an established event staffing agency with experience providing staffing at the past 12 Super Bowls. We’re thrilled to be providing staffing in Glendale for the Official NFL VIP Tailgate Party on Super Bowl Sunday, and for the Super Bowl Experience at the Phoenix Convention Center.

Official NFL VIP Tailgate Party – Super Bowl Sunday – February 12, 2023 - We are hiring around 100 hospitality staff (bussers) for the Official NFL VIP Tailgate Party at State Farm Stadium. This is an exclusive, invite-only event for 10,000+ sponsors, VIPs and friends of the NFL. The event showcases local food vendors and regional cuisine, concert performances by top artists, and more. This is an incredibly fast paced and high volume event, so energetic individuals with hospitality experience are encouraged to apply. APPLY FOR NFL VIP TAILGATE HERE:

Super Bowl Experience – February 4 & 5, February 9, 10 & 11 – We are hiring about 25 highly professional event staff for Fans Services at the Super Bowl Experience. The Super Bowl Experience (SBX) is the NFL’s primary fan-facing event, taking place for (6) days at the Phoenix Convention Center (PCC). SBX is an interactive park offering participatory games, youth football clinics, NFL Shop merchandise, sponsor activations, and autograph sessions. Fans will find opportunities for personalized digital photos, a 40-yard dash and vertical jump, Super Bowl rings display, photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and so much more!

Staff must be highly professional and reliable, as they will be utilized in both office and fan-facing positions. Positions will rotate being front-of-house helping fans, as well as back-of-house answering phones, managing the SBX customer service email, managing Lost & Found inventory using our online software, and checking radios in and out to staff. Must have excellent customer service, computer, and phone skills. We are seeking staff who can work all dates (AM and PM Shifts available)

To apply for the Super Bowl Experience, send an email to with a summary of relevant experience and any information that will illustrate why you are an exceptional choice to represent the City of Phoenix, the NFL and A+ at the Super Bowl Experience. Those who are selected will be contacted for a video interview and to discuss the next steps.

Student Worker: Social Media Assistant

Arizona Realtor

Wage: Paid


Real estate professional and former news anchor seeking a passionate social media assistant and content creator to help grow my brand's social media platforms. The ideal candidate will be a creative self-starter who is knowledgeable about best practices for creating and publishing content on social media. Knowledge of TikTok and Reels trends is a must! Social media assistant will take the reigns to schedule shoots, suggest video trends to jump on, and batch capture videos. Will bring fun ideas that reinforce the brand messaging to engage and grow a digital audience. Candidate must have reliable transportation for bi-weekly video shoots at my home office in central Phoenix, and on-location as needed around the central Phoenix corridor and Scottsdale.

Interested applicants, please send resume and cover letter to Hailey Frances via email at

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Student Worker: Content Writer


Wage: Paid


Scholarships360 is a technology company that helps students pay for college with expert advice, recommendations, and tools. We're growing quickly and on pace to help over 2 million students fund their educational future.

To accelerate this growth, we’re hiring part-time content writers to work on new content initiatives. These positions are 100% remote, paid ($15 per hour) and would require at least 10 hours of work per week (with the potential to grow to 30+ hours per week). If you are passionate about education and writing, keep on reading to learn more!

Here’s what the role will look like:
· Write new pieces of content per week on topics related to scholarships, financial aid, and college admissions
· Research and generate ideas for new content
· Help us maintain an engaging, student-centric brand voice
· You will report to the Director of Content

Here’s what we’re looking for in an applicant:
· Current college student, graduate student, or recent college graduate
· Writing experience as a student blogger, intern, or writer for your college newspaper
· Understanding of the scholarship and financial aid process (either through personal experience or work study at your college)
· Self-starter who is able to meet deadlines and work in a remote work environment
· Growth mindset and willingness to take constructive criticism

Perks of this role include:
· Experience working at an early-stage tech company
· SEO and content marketing training
· Flexible schedule to work anywhere
· $15/ hour

How to apply:
Please send in the following to
· Resume
· 2-3 writing samples
· A few sentences about why you would be a good fit for this position

Student Worker: Freelance Features Writers

Deseret News

Wage: Paid


Freelance Features Writing

Wage: $500 per feature

Deseret News is looking for freelance feature writers to pitch and write nationally-focused features. We will pay $500 for completed features.

Send pitches to

Cape Cod Baseball League Internships

Various Positions

Wage: Paid


Internships available:
Writing & Editing
Public Relations
Social Media
Graphic Design
Video Production
Podcasting & On-camera
Utility positions
Retail & Marketing

If interested in learning more please send resume and contact information to: Leah Ridpath //

Spring 2023 Reporting Internship

Times Media Group

Deadline: Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022

Wage: Paid


Times Media Group is looking for unpaid interns in need of social media experience who can maintain and monitor a variety of our platforms. Throughout each week, and working in a remote capacity, interns will be tasked with regularly sharing relevant news stories from our company's publications across websites/apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The position also includes monitoring messages and comments to ensure subscribers' questions and other inquiries are answered in a timely fashion.

To apply, send resumes to Christina Fuoco at

Virtual Student Federal Service Program

Department of Veteran Affairs

Deadline: Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022

Wage: Paid


VA’s Office of Public Affairs’ Digital Media Engagement (DME) team is expanding its Virtual Volunteer program to invite new volunteers to help create content that honors Veterans and helps them learn more about their benefits. The Virtual Volunteer program will be open to currently enrolled college students and college graduates who have skills in various forms of digital content creation, social media management and accessibility.

The first step to apply to join the DME Virtual Volunteer Team is simple: just complete this form. Please make certain to include any skills you have that would be an asset to our digital media team. If those skills match our needs, you will be contacted.

New virtual volunteers need to register with the Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service (VAVS) and will be assigned to VA’s Digital Media Engagement team. Joining the VAVS will include completing any application forms, participating in an initial interview with the VAVS coordinator and an on-boarding session with VAVS. We will provide you with the forms and help you with this process. Any applicant who successfully completes this process will begin on-boarding as a Virtual Volunteer with the DME team.

Upon joining the Virtual Volunteer team, you will receive some training regarding how to communicate with your team and how our virtual workflow functions. You will then be able to start working on projects for VA’s VAntage Point blog, the Borne the Battle podcast, various social media channels, web development and more. Please be aware that the VAVS requires a minimum of 10 hours per week and you must document your volunteer hours and update VAVS each week.

For any questions, email us directly at

Spring 2023 Communications Internship

Research on Violent Victimization Lab in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Deadline: Monday, Dec. 19, 2022

Wage: Unpaid


- Design and update website
- Assist with public relations deliverables
- Create social media content

Summer 2023 Journalism Internship

Coronado News

Wage: Unpaid


The Coronado News is seeking summer interns!

A start-up newspaper, The Coronado News, is launching soon to serve residents of Coronado island across the bridge from San Diego. It is supported by a group of investors and will be run by an experienced journalist. It will publish online as well as in print in the form of a weekly broadsheet mailed directly to all 11,000 homes on the island.

For more information, contact Craig Harris at

Spring 2023: Editorial Internship


Deadline: Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022

Wage: Unpaid


SheReads is dedicated to helping readers find their next great book. We create and publish daily content such as exclusive author interviews, book-to-screen news, and book roundups based on genre, pop culture, lifestyle, and geography, with an emphasis on underrepresented voices and supporting indie bookstores. has surpassed 3 million readers/200k visitors a month, sparking conversations about books and authors in fun, fresh ways.

We are always looking for interns with excellent writing skills to help support the consistency of our brand, write and format articles each week, pitch editorial content, and even assist with She Reads social media.

As an editorial website, content creation and entry is a large part of the internship, and as an intern you will gain hands-on experience with writing book-based content as a named contributor, working in WordPress to add and format articles, editorial schedules, social media, and basic search engine optimization. Fantastic writing skills are a must! We are particularly interested in anyone with experience writing bookish roundups/content (please view to check out our tone and style) and meticulous proofreading skills. Bonus points if you’re experienced in WordPress! Please submit writing samples with your resume and cover letter.

Summer 2023 Baseball Internship (Various Postitions)

Upper Valley Nighthawks Baseball Club

Wage: Unpaid


The Nighthawks are located in the heart of the Upper Valley in Hartford, Vermont. Our mission is to provide affordable entertainment for our fans, aid our players and staff in the betterment of their careers, and to raise awareness for other local nonprofit organizations. We are seeking individuals who have an interest in the business of sport management, baseball operations, sport media/communications, event management, or sales and advertising. We are hoping to find individuals with a passion for baseball and community, to join us for a summer of learning and fun. Our interns can learn about all aspects of running a sports franchise. The NECBL is a noteworthy league on any resume’ as the sport media world continues to grow.
The following internships are available, and a job description is below for each:
Director of Game Day Operations
Game Day Operations (2)
Director of Broadcasting
Director of Marketing and PR/Broadcast Production Assistant
Player Development (2) (Trackman Operator and Synergy Operator)
Director of Digital Content - Team Photographer/Videographer
Game Day Promotions Coordinator/On-Field Host
Please note these are unpaid positions, and students will assist in housing costs (we pay half of the $600 rent). If you require more information about a specific internship, please do not hesitate to reach out. Resume’s may be emailed indicating which position is of interest. *Broadcast and video applicants please include a reel*

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