LEO Round Table needs video and audio production intern

LEO Round Table – Law Enforcement Talk Show LEO Round Table Productions, LLC LEOROUNDTABLE.COM chipdeblock@gmail.com (813) 760-2900

JOB POSTING

Intern wanted for video and audio production of weekly 90-minute nationally syndicated law enforcement talk show. The show has a presence on radio, podcast, television and other video outlets. Work will be done remotely (virtually) and is estimated to be approximately 20 hours per week (more hours available). This is not a paid position but qualifies for internship course credit.

Applicant must be competent in audio and video production as well as graphic design using professional software.

Job consists of:

1. Optional participation in weekly LIVE 80-minute video talk show streamed to Vimeo, YouTube and Facebook starting at 7pm ET every Monday evening.

2. Weekly post audio production of mp3 file from LIVE 90-minute video show for weekly radio shows and podcast (mp4 of LIVE show is downloaded from Vimeo). The audio files are normally produced on Tuesday (the day after the LIVE show) for podcasts and radio programing (the show is run off of a radio clock). Editing is usually minor and includes occasional censoring (bleeping) of profanity (for radio only) and addition of intro and outro music. Finished product is uploaded to Dropbox (for downloading) and the LEO Round Table server (for ftp) for radio station access. A weekly newsletter (simply fill in template) is also sent to related radio stations with programing information. The podcast (two mp3 files) is uploaded to Anchor for distribution to additional platforms.

3. Post video production of LIVE 90-minute video show in HD for television plus separating LIVE show into 5 mp4 segments to be uploaded to YouTube & Rumble and scheduled to play at 9am ET Tuesday – Sunday. Television and segment versions will include intro and outro music. Any related images and videos will also be imbedded in the segment(s) but not for television. No censoring of language in this medium is required.

BKN Creative needs a social media intern

We’re Hiring A Fall 2021 Intern!

BKN Creative is currently looking for a passionate and talented intern to join our team! This is an opportunity for students to learn about the marketing industry while also having hands-on experience throughout the semester. If you think you would be a good fit and are interested in joining our team, send your resume and cover letter to: Shaniah@bkncreative.com

Available Position

Social Media Intern: Unpaid/ For Credit (Minimum 3 credits/300 credit hours)

Current enrollment in an undergraduate course for Marketing, Communications, or similar field.

  • Communicating and building relationships with current or prospective clients.
  • Support the Social Media team in daily administrative tasks.
  • Learn how to manage client’s social media accounts and help to create content.
  • Help to brainstorm campaign ideas.
  • Understand the importance of various social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
  • Assist with analytics to gauge the success of brand awareness.
  • Grasp the overall concept of multiple companies, including the brand, customer, product goals, and all other aspects of service.
  • Engage with customers, clients, and target audiences.
  • Provide suggestions to management for improving customer experience on social platforms and internal processes.
  • Creating and curating engaging content.
    Website: BKNCreative.com

City of Tampa needs a social media intern

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING INTERNSHIP – FALL 2021

Company: City of Tampa Marketing & Communications Department, Creative Services Division

Office Address: 315 East Kennedy Boulevard, 2nd Floor – Tampa, FL 33602 Website: http://www.tampagov.net

Internship Supervisor: Angela Pitts, Communications Strategist

Contact Phone: (813) 274-8821 Contact email: Angela.Pitts@tampagov.net

Job description:

The City of Tampa is looking for a talented and creative Social Media Marketing Intern to assist the Marketing & Communications team in developing and implementing original content on the City’s social media platforms.  The intern will play an active role in maintaining and monitoring the City’s accounts, while helping to create new and innovative strategies to broaden the reach of their current social media platforms.

The City of Tampa currently has a presence on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and YouTube, with over 350,000 followers.  Their strategic goals for social media are to promote the area and its amenities, provide customer service and guidance to those who need it, educate residents and visitors on programs, initiatives and services available to them and alert the public during emergency situations.

Candidate should maintain a positive attitude under pressure, exhibit a strong work ethic and enjoy taking on multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. This internship will benefit someone who is interested in marketing, community relations, education, and audience development.

Responsibilities:

  • Draft and post content for social media in a timely manner
  • Attend City event or events with the Mayor to take photos and shoot short video clips
  • Utilize the City’s Social Media Content Calendar to strategically schedule future content
  • Perform research to find content relevant to the City’s goals as stated above
  • Develop a social media marketing campaign to increase the City’s followers
  • Create short, creative videos for the City’s TikTok & Instagram Reels accounts
  • Track analytics for all social media platforms and report on plans or strategies to optimize reach
  • Create graphics for use on social media with Adobe Photoshop, Canva or similar program

Other opportunities based on availability:

  • Host a weekly Instagram story centered around a different topic based on current events
  • Take photographs and video to be used on social media, the website, or in the Mayor’s Tampa Weekly eNewsletter
  • Operate Facebook Live and/or Instagram Live at community events with the Mayor

Requirements:

  • Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with mainstream social media platforms
  • Experience with Google Drive and basic photo-editing software. Experience with Adobe Photoshop and/or InDesign a plus.
  • Available to work a minimum of 16 hours per week
  • Must pass a background check and drug screening
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0

Compensation:

This internship opportunity is unpaid.  Student seeking credit hours for internship is preferred, but not required.

To apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter to Angela Pitts at angela.pitts@tampagov.net. The deadline to apply is Monday, August 2, 2021.

USF Athletics Communications Interns Needed

USF Athletics Communications Intern

USF Athletics is looking for driven interns looking to get their start in the sports public relations and communications industry. An internship with us is one of the best ways to learn how to write, create content, and produce communications content for live events and sports in the college athletics industry.

The experience you’ll get from your time with us will set you up to be ahead in any communications courses you may take and more importantly, give you the skills you need to succeed upon graduation. 


*Please note due to the ongoing pandemic, in-office hours are limited. When working at events, all interns may be required to wear masks and screened prior to entry. Remote work via Teams will be required.

Here’s a brief FAQ on our department!

What is Athletic Communications?

We are the communications team of USF Athletics located in the Lee Roy Selmon Athletic Center. This includes writing press releases, creating social media content, creating statistical documents and historical information to produce the best content and information for media and fans.

What do you do? 

  • Assist with media relations and communications efforts at live sporting events at venues like Raymond James Stadium, the Yuengling Center, Corbett Stadium, and other USF Athletics Facilities.
  • Create social media content such as graphics, posts, photos, stories and more.
  • Write press releases including game previews and recaps, announcements, and release other pertinent information for our sporting programs.
  • Take and provide statistical information for all sports.
  • Provide access to athletic teams for media members to showcase our athletic programs in the media.
  • Manage rosters, schedules, player bios, and all other communications efforts for USF Athletics.
  • Manage all content on GoUSFBulls.com and all social media channels.

What software do you use to produce media materials?

All of our content is made using the Adobe suite installed on different workstations in our office or student computers. Students will get experience working in Photoshop, InDesign, and Microsoft software.

What do I do on game days?

Media relations! A lot goes into managing a game day, especially at Raymond James Stadium. Student interns will help manage media requests, media access and credentials, press conferences, statistical information, social media opportunities, and more. These duties vary from sport to sport, but communications experience will be gained at every sporting event, and different tasks can be assigned based on skills and experience.

What do I do in the office?

While game days are exciting, there’s a lot of work that can still be done outside of the arenas. This is where we brainstorm, write press releases, create content, manage GoUSFBulls.com, archive stats, research records,  create graphics, create game programs, track athlete’s progress towards records or big numbers, and put the pieces together to tell the story of our teams.

I don’t know how to write or design, can I still become an intern? 

YES. Learning is what an internship is about, right? We’ll teach you the fundamentals of writing and designing and with enough repetition, you’ll become a veteran. 

What would my workload be as an intern?

We require about one game per week and one to three days in the office each week. We work with your class and work schedule to be flexible and ensure you’re not overloaded with events but enough to see you on a regular basis. The most important thing to know is there are plenty of weekend games over the course of a semester, and plenty of office hours where you can learn and improve your skills. Sports is a ton of fun to work but it’s not a 9 to 5 job! While we can be very flexible with scheduling, reliability and dependability are things we really value, so we can plan knowing you’ll be somewhere when scheduled.

Can I do social media for USF Athletics?

We evaluate intern’s aptitude for social media, knowledge of sports and successful social media strategies, trust level and understanding of USF Athletics values, and with supervision, you can assist with social media for sports. With time, you may manage your own sports and accounts.

I love sports stats, is this the right internship for me?

Yes! If you love to track numbers and chase records, you’ll fit right in here.

I hate sports stats, is this the right internship for me?

Yes! There are plenty of facets to this job that don’t include evaluating numbers, such as social media, press releases, hosting media, administrative duties, and more.

Do I need to know about sports?

Ideally yes, but all can be learned if you feel rusty or weak in this area. Reach out for a more specific answer.  

Can I do this for credit?

Yes, we accept 1, 2, or 3-credit internships with mandatory hours depending on how many credits you choose. If you’re in the Zimmerman school, speak to Wendy Whitt for more information about the deadline to submit a form for credit. If you’re in another college, talk with your faculty advisor or academic advisor for more information about enrolling in class credit.

We’re happy to provide a professional environment for learning and hands on opportunities to get real experience and work within your class schedule to get the hours you need for class credit.

Darn, I’m reading this after the start of a semester and can’t do it for credit. Am I out of luck?

No! We accept volunteers in a different capacity for semester-long volunteerships, but require that you start in the first few weeks of the semester.  

Can I do this for only one semester?

No, we highly encourage you to return semester over semester, either as a volunteer (slightly different experience) or for credit. It helps build a rapport between you and our team, we trust you with our gear, assign you bigger projects and above all, you get much better at the craft. We also hire paid positions in the spring semesters, with opportunities to run your own sporting events, work with your own team and coaches and manage social media accounts. Interning with us is a great way to prepare for that opportunity.

OK, this FAQ was decent but I have some follow up questions. Whom do I contact?

Reach out to Lorie Garnett at loriegarnett@usf.edu and she’ll answer as many questions as you have, and get you started to join our team.

I’m interested and want to apply! What are the next steps?

Send an email with your resume in PDF form and  a personal statement indicating why you are interested and what sets you apart, to Lorie Garnett and Dan Hamilton. Email addresses are loriegarnett@usf.edu and dhamilton5@usf.edu           

Student Health Needs PR Interns

Public Relations Intern Position Description

Two positions are available for Summer 2021

Assisting 5-10 hours per week depending on the projects that need to be completed. Will be assisting on several projects including but not limited to:

· Assist with writing content for Note-A-Bull, web site, MyUSF, and social media outlets

· Assist with writing press releases to promote health events, including a state-wide flu shot competition

· Assists with the development of flyers, handouts, and website text

· Represents Student Health Services at outreach events to engage student participation

· Promote medical services as part of overall student wellness

· Keep up with national college-age health campaigns

· Identifies relevant content for posters, social media, and digital screens

· Participate in collaborative wellness activities and meetings

· Assist with creation of department surveys and feedback

· Other duties as assigned

Internship is unpaid, but student will develop professional skills which will translate into professional career as well as have copy featured in university and national campaigns. Intern(s) will be mentored and supervised by Student Coordinator and reports to the Communications & Marketing Officer.

Apply through Handshake: #5013259 Public Relations Intern

Student Health Needs Marketing Interns

Marketing and Outreach Intern Position Description

Two positions are available Summer 2021

Assisting 5-10 hours per week depending on the projects that need to be completed. Will be assisting on several projects including but not limited to:

· Represents Student Health Services at outreach events including engaging student participation at tables

· Promote medical services as part of overall student wellness

· Assists with staffing Student Health events including speaking with patients and event logistics including set-up and take down

· Assists with the development of flyers/handouts

· Keep up with national college-age health campaigns

· Identifies relevant content for posters, social media, digital screens, and Google identifiers

· Participate in collaborative wellness activities and meetings

· Assist with execution and analysis of department surveys and feedback

· Abilities with photography or video are a bonus

· Other duties as assigned

Internship is unpaid, but student will develop professional skills which will translate into professional career as well as have artwork featured in university campaigns. Intern(s) will be mentored and supervised by Student Coordinator and reports to the Communications & Marketing Officer.

Apply through Handshake:

Handshake: #5013247 Marketing and Outreach Internship