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