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Summer Photograph/Videographer at Camp Woodie (Paid)

By Cierra Seid
Posted on 12 March 2018 | 11:45 am — 

Job Description

The photographer/videographer position for Camp Woodie includes taking pictures and video of camp activities (skeet shooting, archery, canoeing, etc.) during camp sessions, uploading daily photos to Facebook, and creating a multimedia presentation for the camp awards ceremony each Thursday evening. The applicant is required to live at camp for the duration of this position (May 20th-August 10th) from Sunday afternoon until Thursday evening.

Duties & Responsibilities

-Photographing and videoing camp activities throughout all camp sessions (Sunday afternoon-Thursday evening, May27th-August 9th)

-Uploading activity photos to Camp Woodie Facebook page twice a day

-Producing a presentation of weekly photos/videos for the end-of-week awards ceremony each Thursday

Knowledge & Abilities

-Knowledgeable use of a DSLR camera for photo & video

-Knowledge of & experience with iMovie or Adobe Premier

-Applicant must use his/her own laptop

-Proficiency in Facebook

-Experience managing a business’ social media page is a plus

-Knowledge of and love for the outdoors is a major plus, but not a requirement

-Ability to work as a team player

Education & Experience

-Two years of college education is preferred

-Open to Journalism, (Visual) Communications, Advertising majors or majors in a related field

-Photography & video shooting experience


-$250 per week

-If lifeguard certified, the applicant has the opportunity to also work as a camp lifeguard and earn $50 more per week.

-Housing and food is provided for the entire duration of training and summer camp. (May 20th- August 10th)


To apply, send a cover letter, resume & examples of photo/video work or website link to

Harvard University Research Center seeking Summer Interns

By Cierra Seid
Posted on 15 February 2018 | 10:17 am — 

About the Program

Each summer the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University swings open the doors of our vibrant yellow house to welcome a group of talented and curious students as full-time interns – Berkterns! – who are passionate about the promise of the Internet. Finding connected and complementary research inquiries among their diverse backgrounds, students represent all levels of study, are being trained in disciplines across the board, and come from universities all over the world to tackle issues related to the core of the Center’s research agenda. Summer interns jump head first into the swirl of the Berkman Klein universe, where they are deeply and substantively involved in our research projects and efforts.

Becoming invaluable contributors to the Center’s operation and success, interns conduct collaborative and independent research under the guidance of Berkman Klein staff, fellows, and faculty. Specific roles, tasks, and experiences vary depending on Center needs and interns’ skills; a select list of expected opportunities for this coming summer is below. Typically, the workload of each intern is primarily based under one project or suite of projects, with encouragement and flexibility to get involved in additional projects across the Center.

In addition to joining research teams, summer interns participate in special lectures with Berkman Klein Center faculty and fellows, engage each other through community experiences like weekly interns discussion hours, and attend Center-wide events and gatherings with members of the wider Berkman Klein community. As well, each year interns establish new channels for fun and learning, such as organizing debates and pub quizzes; establishing reading groups and book clubs; producing podcasts and videos; taking on the Mystic lakes and Brooklyn Boulders; and hosting potlucks, cook-offs, and BBQs (fortunately for us, people share).

Communications Intern

The Berkman Klein communications team is looking for a creative, motivated candidate to work  on variety of editorial, administration, and digital media tasks that help tell the Berkman Klein story to the public and target audiences. The comms intern may be asked to assist with any aspect of the Center’s communications activities, including editing and writing website and social media content, designing materials, pitching in with multimedia production, assisting with events and outreach, and developing new and creative ways to share and amplify the research and other activities undertaken by the Center and its projects. It is a great position for someone looking to familiarize her/himself with the Berkman Klein Center community, its activities and interests, and the Internet and society issues of the day. The right candidate will be sharp, flexible, and reliable and will possess strong organizational skills to help juggle multiple tasks, people, and projects. An understanding of both traditional and social media is key for this position. Interest across the broad areas of Berkman Klein research is big plus. Familiarity with website content management systems, Mailchimp, InDesign, audio editing, and media monitoring software is helpful, but not required.

Time Commitment

The summer 2018 program will run from Monday, June 4, 2018 through Friday, August 10, 2018.  Summer internships are full time positions (35 hours/week).


Interns are paid $11.50 an hour, with the exception of certain opportunities for law students who receive summer public interest funds (more about these specific cases at the link for law students below).

No other benefits are provided, and interns must make their own housing, insurance, and transportation arrangements.

Commitment to Diversity

The work and well-being of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society are profoundly strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, ability, and much more. We actively seek and welcome people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, persons with disabilities, and people at intersections of these identities, from across the spectrum of disciplines and methods.


  • Internships are open to students enrolled across the full spectrum of disciplines.
  • Internships are open to students at different levels of academic study including those in bachelor’s, master’s, law, and Ph.D programs.  We also welcome applications from recent graduates and those in between academic programs.
  • Summer interns do not need to be U.S. residents or in school in the U.S.; indeed, we encourage international students to apply.
  • Selected interns must be authorized to be employed in the United States during the summer.  The Berkman Klein Center works with the Harvard International Office (HIO) to sponsor J-1 Student Intern Visas, which permit employment, for selected summer interns who meet the visa requirements.
  • Summer interns do not need an existing affiliation with Harvard University.


Click here for more information.

Follow instructions to apply: 

Deadline: February 28, 2018.


Trident United Way Marketing & Communications Internship

By Cierra Seid
Posted on 15 February 2018 | 9:26 am — 

Trident United Way is the Tri-County region’s only community connector that strategically and sustainably leverages human and financial resources to improve education, financial stability and health so that our entire community can thrive. We bring people and organizations together to find what is working and do more of that to help advance our community. We LIVE UNITED together because change does not happen alone.

The Marketing & Communications division of Trident United Way performs the full spectrum of communications functions including – graphic design, public relations, social media, media relations, publications, marketing, advertising, support events and website management.

Position Title: Marketing & Communications Intern

Reports To: VP of Communications & Volunteer Engagement. He/she would have exposure to the Marketing & Communications team, other TUW stakeholders and outside vendors.

Status: Intern, part-time up to 20 hours per week (Summer 2018 or Fall 2018)

Purpose of Position: This is an internship within Trident United Way’s Marketing & Communications department within the Communications & Volunteer Engagement division. Primary responsibilities will include supporting the Marketing & Communications team members with inbound marketing requests from other divisions as well as helping us execute our strategies – including creating graphics, making website updates, creating content for e-newsletter, collateral materials, proofreading and more.


  • Collaboration on design projects resulting in clear, engaging graphics and brand identity compliant communications. Projects may include branded collateral materials, video, direct mail pieces, website and social media graphics, posters, flyers, special event photos and other marketing materials as needed.
  • Work closely with Marketing & Communications division team members to translate Trident United Way’s messaging concepts into marketing materials
  • Assist with editing, proof reading and communication of changes on projects that originate with our agency or other graphic designer
  • Assist in scheduling social media content and monitoring social media platforms
  • Assist with writing/editing content for quarterly E-newsletter


  • Minimum of two semesters of major-related course work completed in one of the following: Graphic Design, Public Relations, Communications or related field preferred
  • Exceptional organization skills and detail-orientation
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to manage work flow to meet deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Working-knowledge of  Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop
  • Experience managing a non-personal Twitter or Facebook account preferred
  • Minimum of 12 weeks commitment required
  • Ability to work 20 hours per week largely during normal business hours of 8:30AM- 5:00PM
  • Ability to occasionally work outside of regular business hours of 8:30AM- 5:00PM
  • Must have reliable transportation


  • Successfully author copy for written materials and construct images to create engaging, mission-focused messaging on social media as well as for use in collateral materials
  • Develop a keen eye for branding standards and consistency
  • Develop a strategic understanding of how to effectively leverage images across multiple mediums
  • Identify and implement the elements of social media strategy coordinated across multiple platforms
  • Gain an introductory understanding of nonprofit communications, philanthropy and issues of education, financial stability and health in the local community


  • Build your portfolio of work
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Great networking opportunity
  • Intern may be eligible for college credits
  • Be part of a leading Tri-County region nonprofit organization
  • Professional mentoring
  • Upon successful completion of the internship you may be eligible for a $ 1000 stipend


Interested students should send their cover letter and resume to Ms. Ulrike Kranz, Human Resources Specialist via email to

Summer Internship with Weber Shandwick in DC

By Cierra Seid
Posted on 14 February 2018 | 1:32 pm — 

Job Description

Communications & Engagement Internship – Summer 2018

United States-District of Columbia-Washington

Weber Shandwick, a leading global communications and engagement firm, is seeking talented and enthusiastic summer 2018 interns in Washington, DC, based at Powell Tate, our specialist public affairs unit.

Our internship is a full-time, paid program designed to complement and enhance academic studies through participation in a variety of assignments and professional responsibilities. We assign interns to a core practice area (healthcare, public affairs, social impact, digital, creative, and analytics), for the duration of the summer, while offering opportunities to work across teams. Interns work side by side with the firm’s diverse team of strategists, analysts, producers, designers, developers and campaign activators.

Interns working across our healthcare, public affairs, social impact and digital teams will conduct research, develop influencer lists, conduct social media scans, help create and distribute content, plan and staff events, participate in creative brainstorming sessions, pull and work with data for analytic reports, and support social and media relations campaigns.

In addition to the day-to-day responsibilities, we offer lunchtime seminars as well as a group project to enhance the learning experience and provide greater exposure to the practice of communications and public relations. Interns are assigned staff mentors to help guide and evaluate them through their professional experience and may have the opportunity to present their project to members of our staff at the end of the program.


Basic Qualifications:

  • You must be a student or recent college graduate who received academic credit at an accredited college or university during the spring 2018 semester with a GPA of 3.3 or higher
  • Rising junior, senior or recent college graduate preferred
  • Demonstrate interest and commitment to the field of communications and public relations
  • Available to work a full-time schedule.  Business hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.  The summer program can last up to 12 weeks.

Additional Qualifications:

  • We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated leadership, creativity and curiosity
  • Familiarity with developments in the media industry, plus knowledge of a variety of social platforms (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.) and the latest news and trends affecting these channels.

Click here to apply online. To apply please only submit:

    • Cover letter and Resume – including GPA
    • Please indicate the core practice area you are most interested in
    • Please provide a short answer (no more than 750 words each) to two of the following questions:
      • Where do you think your greatest strength lies in the current communications landscape?
      • Briefly describe one corporate reputation challenge which has recently received attention in media and give your opinion as to whether you believe it was managed well by the company and why, or what you would have done differently?
      • Briefly describe an instance where you’ve lead, assisted or planned a communications campaign

Important Dates:

Application deadline is February 28, 2018. 

Interviews will take place during the first and second weeks of March.

The internship begins on Tuesday, May 29th, and ends on or around Friday, August 17th.

Paid Summer Internship in N.C.

By Cassandra P. Foster
Posted on 12 February 2018 | 9:32 am — 

Wray Ward is a full-service marketing communications service agency. The agency is recruiting for FORM, its Summer 2018 Internship Program. FORM is a paid, 8-week, full-time summer internship where 7 interns will build their portfolios by working on real projects in the areas of graphic design, copywriting, public relations, digital media, video, client engagement and project management, and U|X design and development. FORM applications are open until February 26, 2018. To learn more, visit

CofC Sustainability Social Media Internship

By Cassandra P. Foster
Posted on 9 February 2018 | 2:44 pm — 

The College of Charleston’s Sustainability Literacy Institute (SLI) is hiring —

Position: Sustainability Literacy Institute (SLI) Social Media and Outreach Student Intern 

Supervisors: Graduate Assistant for Outreach and Communication; Sustainability Literacy Institute Outreach Fellow; when appropriate, SLI Administrative Assistant and SLI Director 

Overall Job Purpose: The Social Media and Outreach Intern is responsible for (1) assisting the Graduate Assistant and Outreach Fellow in the management and development of all social media accounts for the Sustainability Literacy Institute (2) developing marketing content that helps the SLI increase visibility on social media through items such as: followers, subscribers, likes, comments, shares, views, etc (3) developing strategies for increasing the SLI’s social media presence and impact with key audiences (4) working alongside a graduate assistant and SLI Administrative Assistant to develop new forms of outreach and engagement in the physical and digital world.  It is expected that the intern will work between 3 and 8 hours per week, depending on need and availability. 

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Content 
  • Assists in the production of high-quality social media posts for all platforms operated by the SLI (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Yammer, and Youtube). Ensures all content adheres to organizational standards and rules as well as marketing pillars. Communicates regularly with an appropriate team member and SLI leadership to ensure social media content reflects important organizational activities. Assists the SLI in the response to all questions and comments from social media followers. 
  • Scheduling 
  • Assists in the development of a social media content calendar for planning campaigns. Analyzes content reach and engagement to determine best days/times to reach social media followers. 
  • Audience 
  • Researches and identifies new social media followers for the SLI. Works alongside Graduate Assistant to continually devise and implement strategies for growing audiences across platforms.  

Required Qualifications: 

The successful candidate must believe in the core values of the SLI, and be driven by the mission and a commitment to quality, performance, and outcomes.  

  • CofC student (undergraduate or graduate) 
  • Working knowledge of social media platforms 
  • Excellent writing and visual communication skills 
  • Excellent spelling and grammar skills 
  • Maintain a mature and professional image both digitally and in person 
  • The ability to work from the SLI office on Glebe Street 

Desired Qualifications Include: 

  • Experience managing social media for a business or organization 
  • Strong relationship builder and communicator with experience engaging community partners 
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and problem solving skills 
  • Demonstrates integrity, strives for excellence in work, and collaborates with team to reach new levels of effectiveness and programmatic impact. 


To Apply: Please send a resume with a transcript, personal social media handles, and handles of any social media the applicant has managed to SLI Outreach Fellow, Dr. Caroline Foster, at More information about the SLI can be found at 

*Note: This internship is unpaid. 

Alpine Art & Mirror is seeking 2 interns to work as Market Development Researchers mid-February through mid-May.

Under the direct supervision of the Managing Director, the intern(s) will:

1. Assist in identifying, researching relevant hospitality industry issues and trends;

2. Draft marketing and sales material, including written material for print media, digital marketing material and blog copy, and direct marketing video materials;

3. As experience and industry knowledge is gained, and aptitude demonstrated, responsibilities may evolve to include direct interaction with industry contacts; and

4. Work extensively, and independently (with guidance), to develop the marketing target database, including identification, classification and qualification of potential customers, with an objective of developing fully qualified, actionable customer contacts.

The company is seeking undergraduate or graduate student preferably studying business, marketing or communications.  An interest in commercial interior design would be desirable.  Basic familiarity with Microsoft Office software is required, and intermediate level proficiency with Microsoft Excel would be a plus.  Interns are expected to be punctual and professional. Interning with Alpine Art & Mirror will allow students to expand their professional experience and explore career options in business to business marketing, database development, research and writing, as well blogging and industry content development. The intern will be able to hone their research, communication, and interpersonal skills.

The company is looking for each intern to work 8 hours per week. The work location will most likely be The Harbor Entrepreneur Center (1505 King Street Ext., Suite 200, Charleston) with remote working time. There will be weekly time with management. A stipend of $80 per week will be paid every three weeks. Extension up to and/or after graduation possible. Potential for full-time employment in the future (if applicable) is possible.

Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to Mr. Robert McDonald, Managing Director, at by February 16, 2018.

 Post from Cougar Job Link
Job ID: 13135
Job Title: Marketing and Communications Spring Interns
Work Schedule: Flexible
Hours per Week: 10-20
Historic Charleston Foundation (HCF) is seeking 2-3 spring 2018 marketing and communications interns eager to hone their skills and gain resume-building experience in destination marketing. Interns will also assist with the preparation and execution of the annual spring Festival of Houses and Gardens and Charleston Antiques Show which attract over 15,000 guests and 650 volunteers.

Job Description:

• Assist in writing and editing for multiple media and audiences, and pitch local and national media.
• Assist with 6-week Festival of Houses and Gardens with responsibilities ranging from substituting for docents in the houses to poster distribution and calendar postings.
• Assist with volunteer management including data entry, training, benefits and outreach.
• Assist as needed with editing website and writing blog posts.
• Assist with strategic social media planning and posting.
• Proofreading internal and external communications.
• Photographing Foundation events as necessary.
• Other duties as assigned.


• Desire to work hard and to learn.
• Outstanding written and verbal communication skills with attention to detail.
• Strong editing and proofreading skills.
• Proficient in MS Office, specifically Word and Excel, as well as web-based research.
• Flexibility, ability to deal under pressure, quick thinking, and a positive attitude are critical for this function.
• Other desired skills include: exceptional interpersonal skills, solid organizational and time management skills.
• All majors will be considered.

Time Requirements:

• 10-20 hours/week (flexible)
• Must be willing to support HCF programs outside of normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm)

Work Environment:

• Interns will be in the office most days, but must also be willing to visit and travel to other HCF locations, off-site venues and also be comfortable working outdoors.
• Must be willing to work with both the Marketing and Communications and Philanthropy Departments.
• May be required to lift boxes and supplies up to 25lbs.

To apply, visit Cougar Job Link

Overall Job Purpose:

The Social Media Coordinator is responsible for (1) management of all social media accounts for CYDC and affiliates, (2) developing marketing content that helps CYDC increase visibility with social media followers and (3) developing strategies for increasing CYDC’s social media presence and impact with key audiences. Excellent writing and visual communication skills are essential. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs is required. Thorough knowledge of business English with excellent spelling and grammar skills are essential.

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Content

Produces high-quality social media posts for all platforms operated by CYDC and its programs (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Ensures all content adheres to organizational standards and rules as well as marketing pillars. Communicates regularly with appropriate teams to ensure social media content reflects important organizational activities. Responds to all questions and comments from social media followers.

  1. Scheduling

Develops and manages a social media content calendar, ensuring all appropriate staff have visibility. Analyzes content reach and engagement to determine best days/times to reach social media followers.

  1. Audience

Researches and identifies new social media followers for CYDC and affiliates. Works with development team to devise and implement strategies for growing audiences across platforms. Works with Development and Communications Coordinator to capture social media followers and actions in donor database.


Functional Knowledge:

The successful candidate must believe in the core values of CYDC, be driven by the mission and a commitment to quality, performance and outcomes. Additional requirements include:

  • Strong writing and visual communication skills essential
  • Experience managing social media for a business desired
  • Strong relationship builder and communicator with experience engaging community partners
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrates integrity, strives for excellence in work, and collaborates with team to reach new levels of effectiveness and programmatic impact.

Education and Specific Training:

Proficiency managing Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts required.

Experience with online design programmers (Canva) and content managers (Hootsuite) preferred.


Supervisor: Development and Communications Coordinator


To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Erin Benson at by March 1, 2018.

The Coastal Community Foundation is seeking a paid Social Media and Web Content Intern for the Spring semester. Applications are due on February 2. See job description below or visit CougarJobLink for more details —

Job ID: 13327

Job Title: Social Media and Web Content Intern

Organization Name: Coastal Community Foundation

Openings: 1

Work Schedule: Monday-Friday

Hours per week: 10

Wage/Salary: $12-15 per hour depending on level of experience

Period of Employment: Spring

Job Description: The Social Media and Web Content Intern position is a part-time, hourly position and reports directly to the Director of Communications.

The intern is responsible for coordinating and executing the organization’s social media strategy, working across key social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. The candidate will work closely with key members of staff and community partners to help direct narrative about work we do and how it affects coastal South Carolina. This role will be instrumental in increasing our social media presence, gaining visibility of our brand and streamlining website functionality.

The Social Media and Web Content Intern will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week. The interns earns and hourly wage of $12-15/hour.

To apply, submit a resume, cover letter and essay response to the question listed below.

  1. Why do you want to work for Coastal Community Foundation?

Please submit materials to in PDF form by Friday, Feb. 2nd for consideration.



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