Marrow Mates needs interns

Marrow Mates is hiring undergraduate students for internships for class credit. Marrow Mates is an organization that helps bone marrow recipients work with patients about to go through the process.  Our goal is to be able to take the anxiety out of the procedure they’re about to go through.

Job Duties

 

  • Write press releases or assist with press releases for upcoming events.
  • Research and write grants seeking donations.
  • Graphic design work including creating advertising and media brochures.
  • Create basic documents as needed.

 

Additional:
Qualifications:

 

  • Student at USF.
  • Prefer students pursuing a degree in communications, public relations, advertising, journalism, marketing, business, photography, graphic design, or other external relations degree. Strongly preferred but not a requirement.
  • Ability to work 5-15 hours per week. You would be able to work from campus or your own location.
  • Prefer knowledge of AP Style, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Microsoft word and excel softwares.
  • Must be able to work independently at all times.
  • Or meet by phone with our office or can set up in person meetings

Email Mark Silver: Msilver276@gmail.com

 

 

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College of Education seeks social media assistant and communications student assistant (paid)

These positions are listed on the USF Careers website: 
 
Both positions pay $10 an hour and will be for about 10-20 hours per week. 
 
 

USF Athletics seeks communication intern

Athletic Communications Intern, University of South Florida

The University of South Florida Department of Athletics Communications is hiring undergraduate students for internships for class credit and work study positions. Athletic communications is an exciting industry where students will have the opportunity to learn public relations and media relations skills in the sporting industry from industry professionals.

Job Duties

At sporting events:

  • Attend sporting events such as football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball games and tennis matches and perform communications duties in the working press box or press area.
  • Media relations at sporting events including but not limited to running stats at sporting events, setting up press box, distributing statistical information and game notes, assisting media with minor requests
  • Statistical help including but not limited to spotting and inputting game plays and details
  • Content creation for social media including but not limited to taking photos and posting to USF Athletics social media accounts. This usually is an activity students enjoy and consider a privilege.

In the office:

  • Write press releases or assist with press releases about sporting events, news related to sporting teams, events, ticket sales, or other information regarding the athletic department.
  • Assist with media guides, this includes placing photos, writing copy, laying out text and photos for publication.
  • Graphic design work including creating game day programs, social media graphics, social media design and ideas, etc.
  • Create basic documents such as rosters, schedules, student athlete bios, game programs, etc.

Additional:

Communications is a broad field, and depending on the student’s interests and talents, additional duties may be decided on between the student and the supervisor. For example, if a student had a special interest in photography, videography, graphic design, social media strategy or traditional public relations, the student may be presented opportunities to work in these capacities. Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  • Student at USF.
  • Prefer students pursuing a degree in communications, public relations, advertising, journalism, marketing, business, photography, graphic design, or other external relations degree. Strongly preferred but not a requirement.
  • Ability to work 5-15 hours per week. Office hours are flexible around your class schedule.
  • Prefer knowledge of AP Style, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Microsoft word and excel softwares.

 

While these duties may seem basic in nature, the industry of college athletics is fast paced with many deadlines, and many people are required to execute the production of sporting events at a high level, and create fun and enjoyable learning environments for students interested in pursuing a profession in college athletics. Students may also enjoy meals at sporting events where a meal is provided, and necessary USF apparel congruent with working events.

 

Interested students should email Lorie Garnett, assistant director of communications, at loriegarnett@usf.edu, a copy of their resume, and the following information: full name, year in school, major, and why you are interested in the position. If you are qualified for work study, or wish to enroll in class credit, please indicate in the email. Students to apply by August 24 will be given priority consideration. Selected students will be invited to interview.

Rainmaker Music seeks social media/communication intern

Internship Opportunity in Tampa, FL – Near USF Tampa Campus Social Media and Communication Intern 20 hours per week

Rainmaker Music Management is an artist management team located in Tampa, FL. We’re currently seeking creative students to help with all things social media. You’ll get to learn about the music industry along with gaining practical experience in marketing, communication, social media, and influencing. Don’t be surprised if you get to join the office at live performances and even meet some of our incredible clients.

Learn to apply the skills and concepts discussed in your coursework to better perform both in our office and in your academic lives. This may even turn into a paid position once your internship is completed.

Qualifications – Dedicated to working at least 20 hours a week – Ability to show history of work related to marketing, communication, and social media – Meet deadlines – Strong written and verbal skills – Communicate respectfully with team members and celebrity clients – Experience in Photoshop and other editing software a plus – Love of music and an existing social media following a plus

To inquire about this opportunity please contact Jillian Brooks at Jill@Rainmakermanagement.net

Please include your resume and any professional or academic recommendations

Rainmaker Music seeks video editor/content creator intern

Work in the Music Industry: Explore your creativity in an exciting industry

We are offering a part time in Tampa, FL – Near USF Tampa Campus for a Video Editor / Content Creator.
Rainmaker Music Management is a music management company that has more than a dozen artists on its roster including Grammy winning artists. This position will allow you to work on and help you fill a portfolio with content that will be used for national touring bands, nationally recognized music festivals, promotional pieces used for touring agencies, ranging from social media pieces to potentially print and banner ads based on your proficiency. Most of the video content will be used on Youtube, Instagram and Facebook. We have multiple in house created pieces that range from 100k to a million views.
Content creation has become a critical part of artist management so we are looking forward to adding more talent to our team. We hope to hear from you soon.

Contact: Julian Guerra . ​julian@rainmakermanagement.net​ . 813.867.7209 ext. 11  15436 N. Florida Avenue, Suite 170  Tampa, FL 33613

Special Olympics seeks marketing and social media intern

VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIP POSITION DESCRIPTION

 Volunteer Position: Healthy Community Internship – Marketing and Social Media

 Work Location: Special Olympics Florida, Healthy Community Tampa Bay

 Commitment: Minimum of 10 hours per week for a full semester. Specific schedule to be agreed upon by Intern and Senior Outreach Manager.  Internship will take place out of Healthy Community Tampa Bay site at 5420 W. Cypress St. in Tampa.

 Job Summary: Learn about the planning and implementation of Special Olympics Florida Healthy Community Tampa Bay programs including awareness, education, structure and implementation of its initiatives for Special Olympics Florida athletes. Assist in the management of social media accounts and development of promotional materials to recruit clients and medical providers to assist with health screenings for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD).

 Responsibilities:

  1. Develop a thorough understanding of Special Olympics Florida and its programs.

 

  1. Meet weekly with an assigned mentor to develop an understanding of program management and health initiatives for Special Olympics Florida athletes.

 

  1. Learn about Healthy Community Programs.
    • Create outreach/recruitment flyers, web content, success stories, postcards & other outreach materials as required
    • Produce lively Social Media content for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
    • Assist with recruitment and outreach material for writing blogs, newsletters and publications

 

  1. Learn about the success of planning and implementing healthy community programs.
  • Develop an understanding of issues of health and wellness for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Work with Special Olympics Florida staff to evaluate the success of the health and wellness programs.
  • Help with marketing Healthy Community programs to athletes and county programs.
  • Represent Healthy Community programs at outreach events such as health fairs.

 

  1. Other learning opportunities as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  • Obtained or currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree
  • Fluent in English, written and verbal
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to effectively multi-task
  • Commitment to meeting assigned deadlines
  • Effective communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
  • Ability to maintain and protect privacy and confidentiality
  • Ability to develop content and post to social media outlets, newsletter, blogs

 

Required Training and/or preparation:

  • Special Olympics General Orientation Session
  • Successful completion of Class A Volunteer background screening
  • Successful completion of online Protective Behaviors Training
  • Special Olympics Healthy Community Orientation
  • Special Olympics Public Relations Training

 

Benefits:

  • Learn about Special Olympics Florida programs
  • Opportunity to make a positive difference in the community
  • Valuable experience working in a team environment
  • Possible school credit, contingent upon school approval

 

Intern position:

The relationship between Special Olympics Florida and interns is an “at will” arrangement, and I understand that my internship can be modified or terminated with or without notice or cause, at any time, at the option of Special Olympics Florida or at my option and that Special Olympics Florida may, in its sole discretion, decline to accept my application to become an intern with or without cause.

Contact: CydneeDennison@sofl.org