Monday, November 15, 2010

Road Trips to the Real World

Join us for these exciting employer site visits, where you can LEARN ABOUT CAREERS, make contacts for INTERNSHIPS and JOBS, improve your NETWORKING skills, and meet other college students from across the Northeast!

ALL MAJORS & CLASS YEARS WELCOME to explore careers in: Publishing, Museums and Non-Profits, Broadcast Media, Retail – Fashion, Pharmacy and Healthcare, Finance, and much more, from Maine to D.C.!

January 3 through January 14, 2011 - THIS YEAR'S SITES INCLUDE:

Association of American Publishers, New York, NY

Amica Mutual Insurance, Lincoln, RI

Anheuser-Busch, Inc., Williamsburg, VA

Barber National Institute, Philadelphia, PA

City Year Headquarters, Boston, Boston, MA

City Year Rhode Island, Providence, RI

City Year New York, New York, NY

City Year Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

City Year Washington, DC, Washington, DC

CVS Caremark, Woonsocket, RI

Deloitte, Parsippany, NJ

Easter Seals of Southeastern PA, Philadelphia, PA

INTERPOL – Washington, Washington, DC

KG Partners, Portland, ME

Kepware Technologies, Portland, ME

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA

Leviton, Melville, NY

Meditech, Canton, MA

MTV Networks, New York, NY

Museum of Science, Boston, MA

National Security Agency, Washington, DC

New England Aquarium, Boston, MA

Newhard Pharmacy, Northampton, PA

Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA

PNC, Philadelphia, PA

Prime Rehabilitation Services, Stratford, NJ

Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies, Washington, DC

State Street Corporation, Boston, MA

Sterling Publishing, New York, NY

TJX Companies, Inc, Framingham, MA

Target, Springfield, PA

Trump Entertainment Resorts, Atlantic City, NJ

URBN, Philadelphia, PA

Vanguard, Valley Forge, PA

Wawa, Inc., Media, PA

Well Span, York, PA

WGBH, Boston, MA

WHYY, Philadelphia, PA

ONLINE REGISTRATION: Begins November 15th (MONDAY) and ends December 3rd. Limited spots are available, so register early at http://eace.org

COST: $5 per site - Students are responsible for their own transportation.

QUESTIONS? Contact Career Development at careers@kutztown.edu

Brought to you by the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers, Road Trips to the Real World Committee

Kerri G. Gardi, Director, Career Development Center
Kutztown University of PA
610.683.4067v 610.683.4069f
http://careers.kutztown.edu

Science Magazine's 2011 Minority Science Writers Internship

Science is a global activity, but the demographics of the journalists who cover it don't reflect that diversity. The Minority Science Writers Internship is for undergraduate students who are interested in journalism as a career and who want to learn about science writing.

The internship takes place each summer at the Washington, D.C., headquarters of AAAS's Science magazine, the largest interdisciplinary journal in the world. Interns spend 10 weeks at Science under the guidance of award-winning reporters and editors, and have a chance to experience what science writers do for a living. Interns are expected to contribute to the weekly news section, including bylined articles in the print and electronic news service.

The paid internship includes travel costs to and from the internship site in Washington, D.C. Living accommodations and expenses are the responsibility of the intern. The internship runs from June to mid-August.

The 2011 summer program application deadline is March 1, 2011. Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate academic program when they submit their application. Please download an application, which includes instructions on submission, at http://www.aaas.org/careercenter/internships/MSWI_images/MSWI_Application.pdf.

AAAS
Minority Science Writers Internship
1200 New York Ave., NW Room 639
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-326-6441
http://www.aaas.org/mswi

Monday, November 8, 2010

Agenda for Internship II

Internship II
November 9, 2010

SIGN IN
Be sure to sign in.

YELLOW BOOK
If you do *not* yet have a yellow book, please take one.

Note: If you already have a yellow book—even if you haven’t brought it with you today—then please do not take another. We are budgeted for one book per student. Therefore, if you already have a copy from our last meeting, please use that.

Please note that the yellow book is also available in its entirety on the English Department website as a PDF file. Get it; read it.

EXTENDED DEADLINE
Due to extenuating circumstances, we have extended the deadline for submitting Internship Applications to Friday, December 3.

Here is the specific language: “In order to be eligible for the deadline extension to Friday, December 3, applicants must otherwise be entirely eligible and must have completed all other portions of the Internship Application (including attendance at both internship sessions, determination of academic eligibility, and an oral agreement with a faculty supervisor). Students must also be engaged actively in the process of finding an internship, meaning phone calls have been made and emails sent (evidence to be provided, upon request, to faculty supervisor). If the final application is not completed and received by the KU English Department before noon on Friday, December 3, it will be rejected.”

REGISTER NOW FOR PRO SEM!
Don’t wait to register for Pro Sem! Even if you have not yet submitted your internship application, you should still register for Pro Sem ASAP.

SUBMIT INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS ASAP
Don't wait until December 3 to submit your Internship Applications. Submit them as they are completed.

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
Raise your hands:
How many of you have found an internship for Spring 2011?
How many have not?

For those that have:
Share your situation. What did you find? Where? How did you find it?

For those who have not:
Share your situation. What obstacles are you facing? What has been your process?

GUESTS (Current Interns)
Jennifer Gavin
Brett Straughan

DISCUSS JOURNAL ENTRIES AND OTHER ASPECTS OF THE YELLOW BOOK
TBD

VERIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE
Be sure to have a PW faculty member sign your application form before you leave today.

Allentown Economic Development Corporation

Matt Tuerk would like to host another KU intern.

Contact:

Matthew Tuerk
Assistant Director
Allentown Economic Development Corporation
(610) 435-8890 (w)
(610) 653-3064 (c)
mtuerk@allentownedc.com

Internship: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) invites applicants to its Summer 2011 student internship programs. Full descriptions and application materials are available here or here (for the second link, on the column on the left, click on Join Us and then Internships).

Application deadline is January 21, 2011.

PHMC, an agency of Pennsylvania state government, is the official history agency of the Commonwealth. Responsible for preserving, documenting and interpreting the state's history and making this history accessible to the public, It is a multi-service public history agency, including the Pennsylvania State Archives, The State Museum of Pennsylvania and the State Historic Preservation Office, all in Harrisburg and historic sites and museums located throughout the Commonwealth.

PHMC's internship program provides hands-on pre professional training for graduate and undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in public history. Placements with a wide variety of agency programs, both in Harrisburg and around the state are available. Placement will depend on both student interest and programmatic needs. Each intern will work closely with a staff mentor and, in addition, will participate in educational programs designed to introduce students to a variety of PHMC programs as well as to address broader issues in public history.

Internships run from May 16-August 5, 2011 with some flexibility in work hours. Most internships are unpaid, but full course credit is available.

Questions may be directed here.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Internships: Theatre Communications Group

TCG INTERNSHIPS - Theatre Communications Group (TCI), the national service organization for the American theatre, seeks highly motivated individuals for our internship programs in the following areas: Artistic Programs, Fundraising/Marketing, Management Programs & Advocacy/Education, American Theatre magazine/Publications, and Website. Send resume and cover letter indicating primary area of interest to Jen Cleary, THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP, 520 Eighth Avenue, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10018-4156. E-mail: jcleary@tcg.org.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Harrisburg Internship Semester

Once again, Kutztown University is seeking applications from students for the Harrisburg Internship Semester (THIS). The program is sponsored by PASSHE and includes a 15 credit internship (paid) in which the interns work with selected professionals and legislators in various state government offices.

Interns may come from any academic major. Applicants must submit an application form, two letters of recommendation, a writing sample, a transcript (unofficial), and a resume. Students must have earned at least 45 undergraduate credits and a 3.0 or higher grade point average at the time of application.

Please have interested students contact me directly via email. The campus deadline for completed applications is Friday, October 22.

Regards,

Paula Holoviak
Campus Coordinator THIS

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Haydenfilms Internship

The Haydenfilms Institute is looking for a Professional Writing major to join our dynamic and innovative team! The HFI Academy Program is an internship program that Haydenfilms Institute runs between 12-16 weeks at the TEK Park location in Breinigsville, PA. We are looking for eager undergraduate students to work in our film office.

The Haydenfilms Institute encourages and champions independent and student filmmakers worldwide through our year-round programming. Our annual Online Film Festival, special events, road shows, educational activities and other programs help filmmakers through all stages of their careers—from choosing to embark on a career in film in high school to producing independent films as a seasoned veteran.

The HFI Academy Intern will have the opportunity to write at least six articles for the organization. The number of work hours per week expected is 40, for 9 credits. Activities include field assignments for film screenings, conducting interviews and reporting on film festivals. Also, the HFI Academy Intern will have the chance to research and pitch assignments of their choice! The internship will consist of some administrative work.

The only necessary skills are a passion for film and writing! Proficient knowledge of writing styles and some film making knowledge is preferred.

Application deadline is fast approaching, November 1st!

Contact Person:
Hayden Craddolph
President/Founder
Phone: 323.337.6868
Fax: 610.736.9224
hcraddolph@haydenfilmsinstitute.org
www.haydenfilmsinstitute.org

Friday, September 17, 2010

BCTV

Steve Reinbrecht is typically looking for interns for BCTV.

Contact:
Steve Reinbrecht
Managing editor
bctv.org
Berks Community Television
610-374-3065

Senior Orientation Sessions

College of Business: Thu 9/9 – 11-11:50 – MSU 218
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences: Tue 9/14 – 11-11:50 – MSU 183
College of Visual & Performing Arts: Thu 9/16 – 11-11:50 – MSU 183

Sign-ups GOING ON NOW for Special Events

Mock Interview Mania Week – Sign up in the CDC (Stratton 113) beginning Mon 9/1. Interviews week of 9/27

Test Prep Sessions by Kaplan – Get Ready for the GRE,MCAT,LSAT & DAT Sat 10/1 – 10am –Boehm & DeFran

Register at http://careers.kutztown.edu (by 9/29)

Careers in Government Info Sessions (Both Federal & State Reps will present twice
so students can attend both) Tue 10/26 11-11:50 & 12-12:50 MSU 223 7& 250

Senior Etiquette Dinner - Tue 11/9 - 5-7 – MSU MPR - Register at http://careers.kutztown.edu

SPECIAL GUEST PRESENTER
VISIT BY CAREER EXPERT DON ASHER!

Getting into Graduate School! Thu Oct 28, 11-11:50am MSU 250 FOOD! GIVEAWAYS!
Strategies to Gain Admission to Highly Competitive Graduate Programs
Master’s / MBA / Ph.D. /M.D. / Pharm.D. / D.D.S. / J.D. / DOT

Cracking the Hidden Job Market! Thu Oct 28, 4:30-6pm Boehm 261
How to Beat 1000-to-1 Odds to Land Your Dream Job or Internship How to Get Any Job with Any Major, How to Quit Making Excuses and Get Going on Your Future!

Donald Asher is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker specializing in careers and higher education. He is the author of ten books and a contributing writer to the Wall Street Journal's online editions, CareerJournal.com and CollegeJournal.com. He is the education columnist for MSN Encarta, one of the top worldwide destinations on the Web, and is the career columnist for USAirways Magazine, with 2.7 million readers monthly. He has been a contributing writer to Dow Jones publications such as The National Business Employment Weekly and Managing Your Career magazines, NACE Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, monster.com's college edition, monstertrak.com, award-winning career portals jobstar.org and wetfeet.com, and the Los Angeles Times professional development website. His books are available worldwide in English and in Chinese, Korean and Portuguese translations.

He is known in the United States as America's Job Search Guru and is a consultant to top MBA programs and undergraduate institutions nationwide on hidden-job-market and self-directed-search issues. For over a decade he has served as the keynote speaker for the Career Development Series of national teleconferences sponsored by the University of Tennessee. He presents at over 100 colleges and universities annually. His books of interest include Who Gets Promoted, Who Doesn't, and Why; Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate Program of Your Choice (the best-selling guide to the graduate admissions process); Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent, Self-Directed, Late Blooming, and Just Plain Different; How to Get Any Job with Any Major; Asher's Bible of Executive Resumes; The Overnight Resume; and From College to Career.

Who Gets Promoted has just been named a Top Ten Business Book of the Year by national career columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy

A Conference for College Journalists

The Institute on Political Journalism presents:

“Post Election Reflections: Covering the Campaign of 2010”

When: November 5 & 6, 20010
Where: Washington , D.C.

What: The elections of 2010 will be one of the most pivotal and exciting in decades. The future direction of the Obama Administration, the role and makeup of Congress, and critical policy questions all hang in the balance. What better place than Washington, D.C. for young college journalists to gather and reflect and analyze the results of the elections?

Post Election Reflections: Covering the Campaign of 2010 will feature reporters fresh off the campaign trail, seasoned political pundits and observers, along with veterans of the Washington Press Corps. This interactive conference will explore topics such as:

• Campaign Overview: Winners & losers
• On the Road with the Candidates: Journalists’ tales from the road
• The New Political Landscape: What it all means for the President, Democrats & Republicans
• Campaigns on Campus: How college journalists covered the elections
• Campaign Press Operations: How candidates seek to influence the press
• Press Report Card: How fair and balanced was the press coverage?
• At the Heart of the Matter: From the economy to immigration, the issues that mattered to voters
• Roundtable Discussion: What is the proper role of a journalist?
• Mock Press Conference

Past conference speakers have included:
• Jim VandeHei, Co-Founder, Politico
• Bill Adair, Founder of Politifact.com
• Ms. Jay Newton-Small, Time Magazine
• John Stossel, ABC News & 20/20
• Karen Travers, White House Correspondent, ABC News
• Richard Benedetto, USA Today
• Bruce Becker, Washington Bureau Chief, Fox Business Network

Costs and Registration
The early registration of $90 per person will be available until October 15. After this date, the registration rate will be $115 per person. Hotel accommodations are available for a discounted rate of $139 per night.

For further details on the conference and to complete registration form, please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPJconf.

Questions may be directed to Joe Starrs, Institute on Political Journalism Director, at jstarrs@tfas.org or 1.800.741.6964.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Sustainability Internships

Help Create a Sustainable Future!
Internships with real involvement, creativity, and independent thinking

Clean Air Campaign – NEW Air quality in both Lehigh & Northampton Counties is so poor that it fails to meet EPA standards and is among the worst in the nation. Childhood asthma rates in some local schools are over four times the national average. Help raise awareness and generate action.

Collective Memory Project – NEW Work with a new project that seeks to put a human face on immigration in the Lehigh Valley by creating an oral history & photography project that will be displayed in community locations throughout the Lehigh Valley.

Communications & Media – NEW Help develop ways to effectively communicate the concepts and ideas of sustainability to the public, in partnership with the Clean Air Campaign, Public Health project, and other sustainability projects.

Public Health & Sustainability – NEW Help create wider awareness of the impacts on public health of taking action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, serve healthier food, reduce commuting trips, minimize waste, and implement other sustainable practices.

Campus Sustainability – Get your campus up to speed on sustainability, including energy conservation, local and organic food, Fair Trade, composting, green building, transportation, recycling, waste minimization, and related efforts.

Democracy in Action – Take action to create change in public or institutional policy in connection with sustainability and social justice issues, working with the Alliance and/or other local organizations.

Work on something that matters to you—join an existing action project or help start a new one.

Editing & Publishing – Coordinate content and publication of the Alliance’s annual directory of Organizations That Promote Sustainable Communities and our Earth Days Calendar.

Graphic Design – Improve visual aspects of efforts to raise awareness of sustainability issues and help with graphic design aspects of the Alliance’s annual directory of Organizations That Promote Sustainable Communities and Earth Days Calendar.

Sustainability in Business – Environmental responsibility and sustainability are often thought of as being in conflict with good business practices, but in most cases sustainability is good business.

Explore the business side of sustainability.

See our website for additional opportunities!
These unpaid internships are for academic credit and average 8–12 hours per week; be sure to check the internship requirements at your college or university. More details about each internship are available on our website .

Questions? Contact internship coordinator Peter Crownfield at peter@sustainlv.org

Kerri G. Gardi, Director, Career Development Center, Kutztown University of PA
PO Box 730, 113 Stratton Admin. Ctr. Kutztown, PA 19530
610.683.4067 v 610.683.4069 f http://careers.kutztown.edu

Editorial Intern

Position Title:
Editorial Intern
Taylor & Francis, Inc. (Academic Publishers)

General Statement:
Building on two centuries of experience, Taylor & Francis has grown rapidly over the last two decades to become a leading international academic publisher of both books and journals. The Philadelphia office oversees the production, marketing, and management of all US-based journals for the company. The primary function of this position is to expose the student to all aspects of the publishing business while assisting the Editorial Department with the management of our journals. This is NOT a writing or editing position.

Summary of Duties:
 Update and maintain databases of contact information and other information
 Research and maintain indexing/abstracting information and services
 Internet research
 Assist in maintaining complimentary copy list
 Coordinate mailings
 Assist in handling routine inquiries and paperwork
 Maintain efficient journal filing system
 Assist with maintenance of website content
 Handle specific projects as assigned

Required Skills:
Knowledge of PCs; computer programs MS Word, Excel, and the Internet. Familiarity with MS Access a plus. Must be organized and efficient. Ability to balance on going projects and day to day work load.

Hours:
Minimum 15 hours per week. Paid position ($9 per hour).

Location:
Taylor & Francis office is located in downtown Philadelphia in the historic district at 325 Chestnut Street.

No phone calls please.

Email resumes to philaeditorial@taylorandfrancis.com

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Bridgeton Global

Employer Name
Bridgeton Global Investor Services, Inc.

Employer Address
7535 Windsor Drive
Suite 306
Allentown, PA 18195
www.bridgetonglobal.com

Company Description
Bridgeton Global Investor Services, Inc. is a Lehigh Valley based investment company dedicated to providing its clients with excellent market research and analysis, support, and execution services.

Employee Type
Full-Time
Entry Level

Job Description
The primary responsibility of the Research Analyst will be to assist with acquiring and updating market research sources, reading and analyzing daily news stories pertaining to different commodity markets, and summarizing the information. The Research Analyst will assist with the production of a compilation of daily news summary reports for online distribution to global clientele and aid with publishing reports online using our web portal. The Analyst will also assist with marketing the reports and work with management to discuss marketing strategies.

The ideal candidate:
• Able to work independently
• Strong research/analytical capabilities
• Able to communicate research both verbally and in writing
• Able to collaborate in a team environment

Contact Person Information
Jenna Halulko
jjh@bridgetonglobal.com
We are beginning the interview process ASAP. Please submit your resume to for immediate consideration.

University Relations

English Department:

I am the periodicals manager at KU in the office of University Relations. In that capacity, I edit the Tower alumni magazine, the Family Ties student/parent newsletter, and write the KU Pride online newsletter.

I am seeking a writing intern for the fall 2010 semester. I could use an intern for up to 20 hours per week to assist my office in all phases of writing, copy editing, and proof reading. This is an unpaid position. A computer with Internet and printer access will be made available in my office, and the student will work directly with me.

I am seeking a student whose interests as a writer are focused on news and feature writing with a strong background in grammar. In return, I will guide the student through the use of the Associated Press Stylebook, feature writing, and more.

Please share this information with your department. I will begin interviews for this position this summer, and would like to make a decision by Aug. 15 (if possible).

Thank you for your time and help with this project.

Sincerely,

Craig Williams
Periodicals Manager
cwilliam@kutztown.edu
610-683-4841 (work)
610-780-4013 (cell)

Monday, May 17, 2010

Gawker Media Internships

Gawker Media seeks a few brave interns to learn about our commenting system and help us with our beloved communities. The interns will learn about behind-the-scenes administrative tasks and quality community oversight under the direction of our Community Manager.

Applicants should have several days per week to devote to these duties. Strong communication skills, familiarity with Gawker Media blogs and commenting communities, and excellent decision-making abilities must.

New York City-based is preferred, but remote applicants will be considered. College internship credit available to those who qualify. Send email with bio, resume, commenter username and subject line 'Community Internship' to communityintern@gawker.com.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Internship Announcements Spring 2010

Points to remember:

Students register THEMSELVES for WRI 380 Professional Seminar; the English Department registers them only for the WRI 390 Internship.

This summer, WRI 380 Professional Seminar will be held during Summer ONE, so students also must register for Summer ONE internships.

WRI 380 Professional Seminar is taught primarily online, but real-time meetings will be held in Lytle on several WEDNESDAY afternoons beginning at 2 p.m. Therefore, students may not register for any SUMMER ONE course that would conflict with this time.

An information session during which WRI 380 Professional Seminar summer assignments will be distributed and discussed will be held Thursday, April 29, at 11 a.m. in Lytle 212.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Publications Associate

TITLE: Publications Associate
REPORTS TO: Director of Communications
SCOPE: Full-time, year-round, in Aspen, Colorado

Educational/Professional Requirements:
Three or more years’ work experience. Work on publications, preferably in the arts, writing and/or editing and/or production; great attention to detail in proofreading and production; familiarity with word processing and layout computer programs; ability to meet multiple deadlines with grace; knowledge of and enjoyment of classical music preferable; excellent interpersonal skills; a marketing and “arts advocate” sensibility, strong team spirit, cheerful and positive attitude.

Primary Responsibilities:
The Publications Associate oversees all of the Festival’s printed marketing pieces, including the Season Preview and Calendar, the School Catalog, the Festival Focus summer newspaper insert, and many smaller schedules, postcards, flyers, brochures, posters, and reports. The PA works with the Director on copywriting and then works directly with the graphic designer, printer, and mail house to produce and distribute each piece. Production includes finding photos, artwork, and graphics, copywriting, working with designer on layout, circulating drafts to all departments, integrating changes, and overseeing final proofs, printing, and mailing.

This employee works integrally with a strong, 5-person marketing and public relations team. Every member of the department works with the others on integrated promotional efforts. Together the department’s goal is to enhance the international reputation of the institution, communicate beautifully with patrons at all levels, and ensure the success of each event presented.

Other Duties:
Other duties include assisting with courting and servicing a limited number of corporate sponsorships and spearheading research efforts such as surveying audiences.

Note:
References, writing samples, and proofreading test will be required.

To apply:
Send resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to Laura Smith, Director of Communications, Aspen Music Festival and School, 2 Music School Road, Aspen, CO 81611, or email lsmith@aspenmusic.org. No phone calls please.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Morning Call Writing Opportunity

The Allentown Morning Call has a great opportunity for college students interested in writing and we're hoping you can help spread the word to students who possess strong writing skills.

Every Friday we publish iThink, an opinion column written by area teens and college students. Students can write on almost anything of interest, from rising college costs and job outlooks to presidential elections and cell phone bans. The columns are typically 550 to 600 words. We usually need them a week before publication.

If students are interested, we put their name on a group e-mail list and send out notices seeking submissions. Students can suggest their own ideas, but we make suggestions as well.

Our column provides a great opportunity for students who want to supplement their work on student newspapers and obtain clips from a newspaper.
If you know of any students, please send them our way. We have attached an e-mail that you can send to students.

If you have any questions, please contact Bob Orenstein via e-mail at robert.orenstein@mcall.com or via telephone at 610-820-6133.

Thanks for your help.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Harrisburg Internship

The Harrisburg Internship Semester (THIS) is a 15 credit internship program sponsored by the 14 PASSHE schools and available to one student per semester at Kutztown University. In addition to providing hands-on experience through placement with an executive or legislative agency in Harrisburg, THIS offers a 3 credit academic seminar.

For information and requirements regarding the program, please contact Dr. Paula Holoviak in the Dept. of Political Science. The campus deadline for receipt of application materials is March 15.

Regards,

Paula Holoviak
Political Science
THIS Campus Coordinator

Friday, February 12, 2010

Freelance Writing Gig

Attention PW Grads and Current Students!

Kevin Hoover of AutoVent LLC writes about a freelance writing gig:

"Right now we might have approx 50-100 hours of work. In regards to recent graduates, do any have a agriculture background? The work would involve going to installations in working dairy environments and having someone familiar with ag industry would be helpful. Compensation would be in 10-13 per hour range."

Contact:
AutoVent LLC11 Speltz LaneOley PA 19547 autoventllc@gmail.com

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

KU LIbrary Internship Fall 2010

Dear Professional Writing Program:

The library would love to have another PR/Writing intern in the Fall of 2010 if anyone is interested.

Intersted students may contact me directly (kwanamak@kutztown.edu).

Thank you,

Karen J. Wanamaker
Education Librarian
Assistant Professor
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

INTERNSHIP DETAILS:

Rohrbach Library PR/Outreach Internship
Description: The Kutztown University library PR/Outreach intern will work closely with Professor Karen Wanamaker and the Dean of Library Services on library public relations projects. These projects may include written assignments, assisting with presenting workshops/training sessions, and/or attending campus events.

The ideal candidate will be extremely motivated and take the initiative to begin projects under direct supervision and though consultation with Professor Wanamaker. The focus will be on projects that are a part of the Library’s Outreach Plan or that will improve the Library’s current projects, goals, and objectives.

Supervision: The internship is supervised by Karen Wanamaker, chair of the library’s Public Relations Committee.

Hours: The intern will work between 150 and 450 hours during the internship semester in the library’s Curriculum Materials Center office, where the Library’s outreach efforts are coordinated.
Unpaid Internships are offered in the fall and spring semesters.

Qualifications
Required
• Professional writing major or public relations minor
• Coursework in writing for PR, journalism, and copy and line editing
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Excellent skills in the Microsoft Office Suite

Preferred
• Basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop
• Microsoft Publisher experience
• InDesign experience

Duties/Responsibilities: These vary depending on the intern’s area of expertise, the Library’s current strategic goals, and the intern’s availability. Duties and responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
• writing/editing: newsletter articles, blog postings, fact sheets
• creating flyers, posters, and bulletin boards
• attending PR Committee meetings
• attending university events such as an involvement fair to help promote library services
The intern will, at all times, be expected to:
• display professional, clear verbal and written communication as she/he interacts with various offices and people on and off campus
• maintain good relations with faculty, staff, and patrons
• learn basic library policies and procedures so as to be able to refer patron questions to library employees
• become familiar with the specified/defined library activities as they relate to library outreach and to assist with basic office duties

Monday, January 18, 2010

Taylor and Francis Internship

Our current Editorial Intern’s last day here will be on January 8.

We are currently in the process of looking for a new intern to begin soon after that.

Position Title: Editorial Intern Taylor & Francis, Inc. (Academic Publishers)

General Statement:
Building on two centuries of experience, Taylor & Francis has grown rapidly over the last two decades to become a leading international academic publisher of both books and journals. The Philadelphia office oversees the production, marketing, and management of all US-based journals for the company. The primary function of this position is to expose the student to all aspects of the publishing business while assisting the Editorial Department with the management of our journals. This is NOT a writing or editing position.

Summary of Duties:
 Update and maintain databases of contact information and other information
 Research and maintain indexing/abstracting information and services
 Internet research
 Assist in maintaining complimentary copy list
 Coordinate mailings
 Assist in handling routine inquiries and paperwork
 Maintain efficient journal filing system
 Assist with maintenance of website content
 Handle specific projects as assigned

Required Skills:
Knowledge of PCs; computer programs MS Word, Excel, and the Internet. Familiarity with MS Access a plus. Must be organized and efficient. Ability to balance ongoing projects and day to day work load.

Hours:
Minimum 15 hours per week. Paid position=$9/hour.

Location:
Taylor & Francis office is located in downtown Philadelphia in the historic district at 325 Chestnut Street.

If you know of any college students who are looking for an internship in the publishing industry, please have them send a cover letter and resume to philaeditorial@taylorandfrancis.com.

Chris Tiefel

PA Builders Association Internship

Dr. Reed,

I work for Pennsylvania Builders Association (PBA), as a PR Specialist.

I am the editor of their bi-monthly magazine (Keystone Builder) so I will be getting quite a bit of PR and writing experience.

Recently, I was informed that I will be taking on an intern this summer. Please pass the info on to any interested students.

It’s unpaid but the learning opportunity is great. The intern will be getting "hands on" editing experience for the web, a print magazine, and other publications, along with a few bylines.

Desktop publishing will definitely come into play as InDesign is the main program. He/she will have media contact/training as well.

Hours are open for negotiation. It’d be great to have a KU student if possible! If you could pass on my contact info (this is my work address), I’m able to take résumés and cover letters at any time.

Thanks Dr. Reed!

Laura Pyne | Public Relations Specialist
Pennsylvania Builders Association
600 N. 12th St.,Lemoyne, PA 17043

717-730-4380, ext. 3011 | 800-692-7339 | cell 717-877-2762
www.PaBuilders.org

Life's Choices Internship

Life's Choices, formerly known as Care Net Pregnancy Resource Center of Berks County, is a non-profit organization, with resources regarding Life's Choices.

We recently changed our name to reflect what our center offers to women, men, and families. We are 1/2 a block from Old Main, on Main Street in Kutztown.

We are interested in working with an intern from KU. We would welcome one of your students to help us with some web design needs that we have since our name has changed.

Please have students call or email me with questions.

Email: phil413g@dejazzd.com Phone: 610-683-8688

Thank you,

Sherri Gresh,
Client Services Director
Life's Choices...
443 W. Main Street
Kutztown, PA 19530