Education: Master’s degree or equivalent in journalism or related communications major. Foreign language training/capabilities helpful.
Experience: Public Affairs and Digital Communications Knowledge: Broad knowledge of and experience with tactics and best practices of effective public affairs, issues management, social media and media relations. Excellent written and verbal communication skills needed. Able to effectively plan and budget for public affairs programs.
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The Marketing Communications Intern is a part-time internship position that supports the Marketing and Communications Department operations by providing database management and project coordination support.
The essential duties and responsibilities for this position include:
- Manages database and list updates for key association contacts, including updating and maintaining member, vendor, media and other databases and lists used for marketing and communications. Develops and distributes materials using database and list data, including membership dues mailings, directories, proceedings documents, etc.
- Assists with marketing events and programs; including scheduling events and assembling and preparing materials for events and programs, including but not limited to bank marketing committee meetings, bank marketing awards program, Bank Club program, member golf outing event and silent auction for annual convention.
- Assists with communications programs by fulfilling requests for website login access and newsletter subscriptions, and proofreading marketing communications materials.
- Prepares and distributes business cards, stationery and logoed and promotional items.
- Other duties as assigned.
This position will work internally with Iowa Bankers Association staff in marketing and communications, print and email, and IT teams. Externally this position will work with promotional items and other material suppliers, as well as various sponsor partners for marketing events.
The ideal candidate would be able to work full-time during the summer and part-time during the 2014-2015 school year.
- HS Diploma (GED); currently enrolled in a college degree program in the areas of communications or marketing.
- Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook required; Also prefer experience working with databases, survey programs and Adobe InDesign.
- Strong organizational skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills, general math skills, data entry skills and proofreading skills.
Apply here: http://careercenter.iowabankers.com/jobs/#/detail/6027772/1,false
The Design Studio at the Des Moines Register offers paid, 10-week internships to eager, high-potential newspaper page designers. The Design Studio serves 21 newspapers, designing their pages and transmitting them electronically to print facilities across the Midwest.
Internships are available any time of the year, including from the end of the school year to the beginning of the next school year.
An internship will give promising students an opportunity to learn from an experienced staff, including Society of News Design award-winners. We want enthusiastic team players eager to show off skills and learn new skills while working collaboratively with editors, reporters and photographers.
Experience designing news and magazine pages under deadline pressure and using InDesign, PhotoShop and/or other popular software is preferred.
Des Moines Register Media is committed to diversity and proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
The Office for Sexual Violence Response and Healthy Relationship Promotion is seeking a social media coordinator and publication designer intern to assist the Coordinator for Sexual Violence Response and Healthy Relationship Promotion during the Fall semester 2014. Candidate would start at the beginning of the Fall semester and will have the opportunity to assist with either one semester or the whole academic year 2014-15. Hours vary depending on the project and time needed to dedicate; this is a non-paid position, but a great portfolio building opportunity.
Tasks will include:
- Social media monitoring/administration [Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest]
- Creating/searching for social media content in relation to gender violence to post
- Drake website updating assistance
- Designing print publications [posters, brochures]
- Marketing events/campaigns on social media platforms
- Other tasks as assigned/needed
The ideal candidate would demonstrate a passion for social media connection, have graphic design skills and have a general understanding of gender violence.
Please submit a letter of interest, with your credentials to firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of Spring 2014 semester. Candidates may be asked to interview with Coordinator for Sexual Violence Response and will be chosen and informed before the end of the Spring 2014 semester.
The Associated Press Sports Editors are sponsoring four $1,500 scholarship for collegiate sports journalists.
APSE, a national organization of sports editors, is awarding four scholarships to help motivate talented students to pursue a career in sports journalism. Collegiate sports journalists entering their sophomore, junior or senior years are eligible for the scholarship which will awarded based on the students’ journalistic work, their academic record, financial need, and geography. The scholarships will be awarded to students from four different regions of the United States. The winners will be chosen by the APSE scholarship committee, which is chaired by Joe Sullivan, sports editor of the Boston Globe and includes editors from all sections of the United States. Deadline is June 1.
Include the following information in your letter of application:
- Personal: Name, address, age, phone number.
- Academic: A copy of the student’s collegiate grades.
- Financial: A brief rundown of the student’s financial situation, with regard to how he/she plans to pay for tuition.
- Five examples of sports journalism (usually stories but could also be sections the student has edited), using either links or PDFs.
Email information to Joe Sullivan, sports editor of the Boston Globe at Jtsullivan@globe.com with APSE Scholarship in subject line.
If you need to use standard mail for academic information, send to this address:
c/o Joe Sullivan, Sports Editor
135 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02205-2845
Camera operators are needed for Meredith’s Weekend With WOOD event to be held in May at the Meredith offices in downtown DM. In addition to the hours listed below, there would be an orientation session of about 1.5-2 hours for the operators during the week prior to the event to show them around the building, walk them through equipment operation, etc.
Set-up – 8:00am-8:50am
Session 1 – 9:00am-11:00am
Lunch (provided) – 11:00am-12:15pm
Session 2 – 12:15pm-2:30pm
Session 3 – 2:50pm-5:15pm
Session 4 – 7:30am-10:00am
Session 5 – 10:20am-12:30pm
Lunch (provided) – 12:30pm-1:20pm
Session 6 – 1:20pm-3:30pm
Session 7 – 7:30am-10:00am
Session 8 – 10:20am-12:30pm
$210 for the weekend; (21 hrs total); lunch provided Friday and Saturday.
For more information and to apply contact:
Deputy Editor, WOOD magazine
This award comes from funds donated by friends and former students of the late Rick Tapscott, who taught SJMC reporting and writing classes from 2007 until his death in December 2013. The Tapscott Award recognizes journalism work that reflects the values Rick tried to instill in his students: curiosity, accuracy, integrity, humanity, public accountability and aggressive reporting. The award will recognize outstanding news journalism by students in any medium, with preference given to published or broadcast work. The award will be a cash award in addition to any financial aid the student is receiving from Drake University. There will be at least one award given each spring for four years, starting in spring 2014, though the money can be divided among more than one winner, if there are multiple worthy applicants in a given year. The total amount awarded for 2014 will be at least $1,125. The winner or winners will be determined by a panel of SJMC faculty and area professionals, and announced at the SJMC spring student recognition reception on Sunday, April 13, 4-6 p.m. in Cowles Reading Room.
Applicants for the award are asked to submit a maximum of three samples of their work, an updated resume and an essay explaining why the work exemplifies the journalistic, personal and professional values that Rick Tapscott taught and embodied. Samples must be news journalism, but can include investigative reporting, news features, spot news coverage, photojournalism or multimedia journalism.
Applications should include the following information:
- Banner ID #
- Local address
- Permanent address
- Email address
Essays should be addressed to The Professor Richard Tapscott Reporting Award Selection Committee.
All application packets should be submitted electronically to Kathleen Richardson, SJMC director, at email@example.com. Contact Richardson with any questions.
Submission Deadline: March 28, 2014