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Health and Wellness is looking for an editorial calendar/project manager.
Our initiatives include, but are not limited to:
· Success and Wellness Coaching
· Mental Health and Mental Health Literacy
· Wellness Centers (massage chairs, nap pods, health resources)
· Health Education and Promotion (Paws and Relax, etc.)
· Greens and Gold Fresh Market
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WUSF Public Media is looking for a college student ready to work in a professional newsroom – someone with a passion for the headlines and for bringing news to the public radio audience. Our Stephen Noble intern works closely with the WUSF News Director and our team of seasoned reporters learning how to research, write and produce stories for radio and online platforms. It’s a semester where the student is treated like a real journalist from the start, assigned stories that matter to millions of Tampa Bay area residents. It’s where they will discover how public media tries to serve its audience differently from commercial news organizations. And the WUSF Noble intern will get a well-rounded dose of what it takes to succeed as a journalist – from deducing what stories to pursue, to gathering sound and writing stories that sing on the airwaves.
WUSF Public Media is a division of the University Communications and Marketing department consisting of three strategic business units; WUSF 89.7, WSMR and IntellisMedia. WUSF Public Media serves the university by providing the community with news, information and entertainment programming that informs and enriches their daily lives and is engaged in educational work in the community. WUSF Public Media provides students with learning and personal growth opportunities through formal classes and internships and informal hands-on experiences.
The Stephen H. Noble Intern Scholarship is considered a mentorship, working with the news staff of WUSF Public Media. The scholarship duration is one semester, starting the week of May 13 and ending the week of Aug. 19, 2019.
The applicant should be a student interested in news and in learning more about researching, writing and producing for radio. The applicant should be a good writer, able to take constructive criticism during the editing process, and have some knowledge of public radio’s unique reporting style and programming.
Hourly Wage: $10
Duties: Researching stories; conducting interviews by phone; gathering sound for stories in the field; writing broadcast scripts and online stories; assisting reporters as needed; producing news spots and in-depth pieces as assigned (based on knowledge and skill development).
Hours Per Week: 40 hours
Schedule: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. five days a week, occasional weekend assignments possible. No partial day shifts are available.
This position requires a high school diploma and the student must be currently enrolled in a college or university.
The student must have a working vehicle and a current driver’s license class E.
The ideal candidate will be an active consumer of local and national news (including NPR and WUSF News) and should have knowledge of or has taken courses related to journalism, communications and/or public broadcasting. Experience reporting and writing for other publications, including student newspapers and stations, is a plus.
Standard Learning Objectives:
As a result of this position, student will be able to:
In addition, students will gain experience by:
Contact Information for Questions about Recruitment: Mark Schreiner at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for any position, you must first visit USF’s employment website. Once there, please follow the instructions and click on the “Access Careers@USF” under “Find a Job at USF.” Once there, under Keywords, please type WUSF. A list of open positions will appear and click on the APPLY button of the position you are interested in. Only online applications are accepted for this position.
USF is an equal opportunity, equal access academic institution that embraces diversity in the workplace.
USF Athletics Communications Game Day Interns Needed
USF Athletics Communications is looking for students to work game days throughout the spring, including basketball, baseball and softball in a social media or statistics keeping capacity
Students are utilized by USF Athletics Communications to assist with social media responsibilities or statistics keeping. These students would serve on game days as they are available. This is an unpaid opportunity for USF students interested in working in sports.
Tasks include: running USF sport accounts’ Instagram stories during games, taking shot charts for basketball, assisting with official stats for baseball and softball, running stats, etc. This is a great opportunity to learn the behind the scenes action of college athletics, network with industry professionals and gain real experience.
Students sign up to work games around their schedule and are trained at their first events. Meals are provided at most games. Opportunities for growth or continuing on past the spring semester are available.
Interested students should send a resume and a statement of interest to assistant director of communications, Lorie Garnett, at email@example.com. Selected students would begin immediately and continue through the spring semester or into summer if desired.
Promotional and Marketing intern at USF Center for Entrepreneurship
The intern will report to Estevan Serrano, program analyst and the director of the department, Dr. M. Fountain
This internship position requires a combination of skills in marketing, PR, advertising and –ideally, but not mandatory- graphic design and video editing.
The intern will work on three main center initiatives- the Frank and Ellen Daveler Pitch Competition, the Fintech Business Pitch Competition, and the Florida Blue Health Innovation Competition. Additionally, the intern will work on continued marketing efforts for the Center for Entrepreneurship.
Send resume and cover letter to Paige Bravo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This semester-long internship for Spring 2019 is designed for students or recent graduates who have demonstrated their multimedia production and editing skills through classroom and volunteer experience and are ready to build their portfolios in a professional environment. Working within the communications team, the multimedia communications intern needs to be able to take direction, work independently and collaboratively, ask questions for clarification when necessary, and remain open to constructive feedback to take your career to the next level. Attire is business casual when in the office (collared shirts and no jeans/shorts) and business professional for events or meetings with leadership. Our office is located on the north side of Fletcher Ave. near Magnolia Ave., so parking is free and always available. We appreciate that your education takes priority, so we will work around your class and exam schedule as needed. Beyond your direct responsibilities, you will be invited to project meetings to observe how communication plans are developed and implemented.
Compensation: $10/hour for 10-20 hours per week.
To apply: Send a cover letter, current resume and links to work samples to Davina Y. Gould, APR, Director of Communications and Marketing, Development and Alumni Relations, email@example.com.
2. The Nobel News internship – We are looking for 1 experienced student from any school. This is the paid position, so they must apply through the Careers@USF system and look for WUSF or job #18965.
3. The WUSF Radio News internship – We are looking for 1 experienced student from any school. This is an unpaid position with similar duties to #2. We’re encouraging people who are interested in the Nobel to ALSO apply for this job as well. We have to advertise them separately because of university regulations. https://goo.gl/qx44E3