USF Undergraduate Studies and Enrollment Planning is seeking a marketing intern

 Undergraduate Studies and Enrollment Planning and Management needs a marketing intern.
Primary duties:
  • project management for creation of brochures, flyers, social media graphics, etc.  
  • taking the order from the client and submitting the project to the graphic designer
  • giving marketing advice if needed
  • reviewing design work to make sure work was completed according to client’s request and submitting it back to the client 
The student would be working with Asana project management software and it would include a lot of file management.
For more information, contact:
Cheryl Anderson
Communications & Marketing Officer
Student Affairs and Student Success

The Oracle needs an account executive/graphic designer

  • Account Executive/Graphic Designer – Dual Role
    • Responsible for working with on campus departments, organizations, and events to sell advertisements in the newspaper. Will work with and assist other members of the sales team. Ideal candidate is organized, goal oriented, and has excellent communication skills.
    • Creating and resizing advertisements for clients, creating cover art, laying out each day’s paper, and developing any graphic elements requested by the news team. Ideal candidate has experience in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, is creative, and has an eye for design.
    • Eligible for internship credit
    • Paid (hourly plus sales commission)
    • 5 hours per week paid training starting October
    • 20 hours per week starting in January
    • Must be available to work starting January 2nd
  • Apply to Gloria Roberts at

Office of Undergraduate Research needs two interns

The Office for Undergraduate Research Needs Your Expertise!

The Office for Undergraduate Research (OUR) is seeking two students to join our marketing team during the Spring 2018 semester. Interns will help shape and execute the branding campaign for the 2018 Undergraduate Research Conference.  Intern responsibilities include but are not limited to:  creating marketing videos and social media spots to market the event, interviewing conference presenters and attendees,  designing and attending campus events to promote the conference, creating press releases, reaching out to local news organization to publicize the event, and additional task as outlined by the OUR marketing team.  Please see position details and application criteria below:

Position Criteria: Applicants must…

  • be an undergraduate  student in good academic standing
  • be enrolled full-time (9 credits) during the Spring 2018 semester
  • have a minimum GPA of 3.0


***Mass Communications majors specializing in multimedia journalism and production, public relations, and advertising are strongly encouraged to apply.


Position Details: Interns will…

  • be available up to 10 hours per week.
  • be available to attend weekly team meetings
  • receive a stipend of $1,300, which will be distributed over the course of the spring semester.
  • be available to attend the Undergraduate Research Conference on April 19, 2018


How to Apply:

Please send a professional resume and a statement of interest to the OUR Assistant Director, Lisa M. Piazza- .  The statement should describe your skills, background, and experience relevant to the position.

FWS students: USF Library’s Digital Media Commons seeks part-time DMC specialist


The Digital Media Commons is seeking a creative self-starter to fill a part-time DMC Specialist position. The main priority of this job is to run the DMC front desk, which includes checking patrons into the lab, checking equipment in and out, and answering questions about the Adobe Creative Cloud software for our patrons as needed. Customer service skills are essential. In addition, if you don’t have experience working with cameras or Adobe Creative Cloud software, you will be required to learn how to do this in order to best assist our patrons working on digital projects. Once you reach proficiency, you will also be required to conduct 45-minute one-on-one appointments with our patrons to help guide them in their photo/video projects.

Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud is not required; however, an interest in graphic design and video production is crucial. We’re looking for people who enjoy working independently, and with a team, and are anxious to learn new skills!

If you are interested and feel that this describes you, please send an email to for more information. Note that a Federal Work Study award is REQUIRED for this position and will be able to work up to 20 hours a week.


USF Writing Studio seeks intern

Job Description:

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director and Studio Coordinators, this hands-on position will be responsible for assisting across multiple projects and objectives for the University of South Florida’s Writing Studio. Our forward-thinking university writing center is looking to hire an intern with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape and creating digital, visual, and new media content and design. The intern hired for this position will need strong critical thinking skills and inquiry-based approaches in order to integrate into our vibrant team and community. It’s essential that applicants to this position have excellent communication skills, demonstrate creativity, and understand the importance of attending to even the smallest details.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Conducting scholarly research on current writing center practices and
  • Demonstrating an adept ability to annotate, understand, synthesize, and present research (both in written, multimodal, and oral forms).
  • Social media optimization; monitoring all forms of media (including website); generating ideas for and/or executing online outreach and promotion using Facebook, Instagram, and
  • Contributing in public relations capacities both digitally and in the space via offering ideas on marketing and design/space
  • Shadowing/observing writing consultations in order to evaluate and assess the application of writing center practices and
  • Coordinating speaking engagements, appearances, photo shoots, and other special events, workshops, and/or
  • Using Adobe Creative Cloud to create materials/designs (Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign).
  • Usability

Students applying for this internship must have strong communication skills and demonstrate professionalism and the ability to take initiative and work independently. Students should be majoring in English, Mass Communications, Communication, Studio Arts, Art History, Graphic Design, or other similar majors. Interns should be proficient in Microsoft and Adobe products as well as maintain an understanding of social media coordinating. Interns will also be expected to gain familiarity with the Digital Media Commons.


Danielle M. Farrar
Assistant Director, Academic Success Center
The University of South Florida’s Writing Studio 
Office – LIB211
(813) 974-9720

USF Health Pharmacy seeks interns

Internship Description

This internship program was created for students to enrich their learning experiences, and provide hands-on advertising, public relations, and mass communications experience at Pharmacy Plus located at Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Health Care. During this collaborative learning opportunity, students will reach higher professional goals in their academic and professional career.

Students will be expected to create feasible, workable business ideas, products, or programs that will help to enhance the reputation of Pharmacy Plus. Students will be responsible for working with Dr. Mariam Gendi, Pharmacy Plus Manager, and Dr. Janelle Applequist, internship supervisor, to create, disseminate, and maintain professional communication consistent with the goal of increasing the presence of Pharmacy Plus. Some examples of internship tasks may include: using new media design programs to create updated and impactful signage and advertising, running a social media campaign, coordinating and executing community outreach events, conducting surveys and data analysis to help improve patient experiences, and more.

Interns will be expected to propose and implement ideas that are innovative, creative, and that have a far-reaching impact. Students will work closely in a team of interns, with a maximum of two students interning during a given semester.


  1. Proficiency in marketing, graphic design and communication
  2. Proficiency or able to quickly learn medical terms
  3. Pgx
  4. Wearable technology
  5. App technology
  6. Understanding pharmacy business and workflow
  7. Understanding of how insurance works (so they are able to explain employee perks)


About Pharmacy Plus

Pharmacy Plus is an affiliate of the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy which opened for business in February 2015. The pharmacy was designed to be exemplify pharmacies of the future and serves as an innovative training site for student pharmacists.

With its unique location within the USF Health Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare, Pharmacy Plus is available to serve patients seen in the clinics, USF staff, students, and employees, or any patient that has no affiliation with USF but is interested in utilizing the pharmacy’s innovative services.

Pharmacy has changed exponentially over the past decade. The primary focus is no longer filling prescriptions, but instead catering to the needs of each individual patient including comprehensive patient education and pharmacogenomic testing. Pharmacy Plus was created to model the pharmacy of the future now.

With the many innovative tools and telehealth services offered at Pharmacy Plus, integrating these practices can help bridge the gap between pharmacists and physicians to provide better healthcare for patients.

 Student Expectations

 Each student is responsible for ensuring successful completion of the internship by emphasizing the following – students should:

  1. Be present at the practice site a minimum of 20 hours per week (if receiving 3 credits for the internship). For each credit hour received, the student must complete 100 hours of work for the semester for Pharmacy Plus. Internships can be negotiated to fulfill 1-3 credit hours.
  2. Be responsible for reviewing and completing all onboarding requirements prior to the start of the internship program. The student should complete all prerequisites and training specific to the internship including immunizations, background checks, HIPPA/OSHA training, and any additional requirements requested by the program.
  3. Behave professionally and respectfully at all times.
  4. Fully engage in the experience provided by the internship program. Express willingness and enthusiasm for learning.
  5. Provide consistent and punctual attendance.
  6. Follow all confidentiality laws and requirements.
  7. Submit all assignments on time as instructed by the Pharmacy Manager.
  8. Always have courteous, respectful and non-judgmental communication with staff, patients, and students.


Professional Attire and Appearance

  1. General appearance
    1. Hair (including facial hair) must be neatly trimmed, and neatly maintained.
    2. All visible tattoos must be covered. All visible body piercings (other than in the ears) shall not be worn during internship hours. Jewelry shall be conservative/moderate style, and not excessive. Headgear or other accessories worn for religious or medical purposes are permissible.
    3. Good hygiene must be maintained, and avoid strong colognes/perfumes/offensive body odor.
  2. Clothing and shoes
    1. Clothing should be neat, and moderate in style.
    2. Female students must wear either skirts, dresses, or dress slacks with appropriate hosiery and close-toed shoes. Skirt lengths must be of a conservative nature.
    3. Male students must wear dress slacks, collared shirts, ties, socks, and appropriate shoes.
    4. Unacceptable dress includes, but is not limited to:
      1. Shorts, mini-skirts, capris, shorts, leggings, t-shirts, sweatpants or jogging suits, hats/caps.
      2. Jeans, or any denim material.
  • Halter tops, tank tops (unless worn under a jacket), midriff tops, thermal/flannel shirts.
  1. Tight fitting attire.
  2. Any clothing that exposes cleavage, bras, or briefs/underwear.
  3. Flip-flops, tennis shoes, sandals, open-toed shoes.
  1. Students will not be allowed to participate in the internship program hours if not dressed appropriately. Students will be required to make up any internship program hours missed due to inappropriate dress.


Patient Confidentiality

 Out of respect for patients and in compliance with the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), all students will respect confidences revealed during their time at the internship program. Patient names, date of birth, and other patient identifiers shall not be discussed or used outside any patient encounters. The USF HIPPA Compliance Module must be completed before participation in the internship program.

CAS Development seeks communications intern

Marketing and Communications Internship

CAS Development and Alumni is looking for a driven, innovative communicator!

The USF College of Arts and Sciences Office of Development and Alumni Engagement is looking for a ZSAMC student who is passionate about USF and the College of Arts and Sciences, and who wants to make a lasting contribution to the college through communications with CAS alumni and donors.

We’re looking for a driven, ambitious individual who wants to enhance their communication, writing and content marketing skills. We offer a flexible schedule and fun work environment. If you love learning new things and are ready to apply your classroom knowledge to the real world, then we encourage you to apply. This is a great opportunity to build your resume and network.

To apply, provide a cover letter and résumé, and submit two writing samples. Send all materials to:

Ann Serota

USF College of Arts and Sciences
4202 E. Fowler Ave., CPR 107
Tampa, FL 33620


Position Description

Position responsibilities: Assist the CAS Development and Alumni Team with communications efforts by writing content for the website, interviewing alumni and donors, taking photos, editing and working on website and development projects. The intern(s) will be responsible for updating the CAS website content and photos and also contacting alumni and donors on behalf of the college.

Requirements: Strong writing skills, digital marketing and graphic design experience preferred. Able to multitask and meet deadlines. Proficiency in grammar. Some experience in customer service or relationship building.

Desired skills: Interpersonal and verbal communication skills.

What’s in it for you: This position offers hands-on experience in the areas of communications, content marketing and relationship building. You will be able to add variety to your portfolio such as feature stories, photographs, and website content. The assignments you will be working on will allow you to develop relationships with CAS faculty, staff, alumni, and donors, providing ample networking opportunities. You will learn about organizing, strategizing, and philanthropy.  You will further enhance your teamwork skills as well as your interpersonal skills. Best of all, you will be mentored by a development team who has more than 30 years of experience. We make our own coffee.

Hours: 10-20  r week
Credit: Subject to department approval
Pay: No, but you will gain work experience and can enjoy free snacks and coffee!