2014 AAEA MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS & EDITORIAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Deadline for applications: January 25, 2014
There are the two intern positions open for the summer of 2014.
AAEA Editorial Intern
2014 Host: Agri-Pulse Communications, Washington, D.C.
Position Description: The intern will meet with key government officials and staff to develop stories on Capitol Hill.
Qualifications: Applicant should have strong writing, reporting, interviewing, and editing skills. Applicant should have basic photography skills and experience with content management systems for Web posting. Applicants are required to have either applied for membership, or be a member, of the National Ag Communicators of Tomorrow organization.
AAEA Marketing Communications Intern
2014 Host: National FFA, Indianapolis, Indiana
Position Description: The intern will work with senior marketing leaders to execute the marketing plans for the Agricultural Career Network, the National FFA Expo, and other programs and services.
Qualifications: Applicant should have strong writing, reporting, interviewing, and editing skills. Applicant should be creative, energetic, detail-oriented, and deadline focused. Applicants are required to have either applied for membership, or be a member, of the National Ag Communicators of Tomorrow organization.
Applicants need to submit: cover letter, application, writing sample, letters of reference
Can send application via email or snail mail. Contact information:
About AAEA: The American Agricultural Editors’ Association (AAEA) is a national membership association that serves as a forum for an open exchange of ideas among communication professionals in an environment that fosters professional excellence in an effort to serve America’s agribusiness professionals and rural lifestyle enthusiasts. It is made up, predominantly, of business-to-business ag editors, freelance writers and public relations professionals who work for agribusiness, marketing communications agencies, ag trade associations and the like.
For additional information, contact the AAEA office at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 952/758-6502.