Loyola University / Communication Internships

BSO College Connector Job Description Employer: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Supervisor: Derek A. Johnson, Manger of Single Ticket Sales Address: 1212 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD 21201 │ 5301 Tuckerman Ln., N. Bethesda, MD 20152 Term: September 2013 – May 2014 Compensation: Complementary BSO Student Select membership and college credit, if desired Participating Schools: Goucher College, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University, MICA, Morgan State University, Peabody Institute, Towson University, UMBC, University of Baltimore; American University, Catholic University of America, Georgetown University, University of Maryland College Park INTRODUCTION The BSO presents nearly 130 concerts throughout the season across a diverse range of series including Off the Cuff, Classical, Family, SuperPops and mid-week education concerts serving public, private schools and home-school students in Baltimore City, Baltimore, Montgomery, Prince George’s and Howard counties. The orchestra has recently begun an initiative to reach more college students by introducing a BSO Student Select program, which provides college students with an opportunity to attend unlimited world-class orchestral concerts for one low price. Another component of this initiative is the BSO College Connector program, which aims to promote BSO concerts to local campuses through student involvement. RESPONSIBILITIES The College Connector’s duties will include, but are not limited to: • Attend four College Connector meetings (two per semester) at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall or the Music Center at Strathmore • Represent the BSO during at least one campus activity fair or other campus event • Distribute promotional materials around campus • Assist in promoting the BSO via email, social media and word of mouth • Assist with at least two BSO College Night events throughout the season The BSO will periodically send marketing materials to each College Connector, via both paper mail and email. College Connectors will then share these materials with their campus community—music classes, friends, clubs, organizations—any group that may have a connection with upcoming concerts. QUALIFICATIONS Candidates should have an interest in gaining valuable and direct experience in grassroots marketing for a major performing arts organization and be reliable and committed to the program. College students at the sophomore, junior, and senior levels in any major with a passion for attending music concerts are welcome to apply. Students can receive academic credit for being a BSO College Connector. The BSO will work with you to meet your school’s credit requirements, but you will be ultimately responsible for these arrangements. Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Derek A. Johnson at djohnson@BSOmusic.org for consideration. Please include whether college credit will be requested for this position. No phone calls, please.

Director of Talking Good

Okay, the title of this post might be a tad of an overstatement, but not by much. Two weeks ago, I said goodbye to my former Director of Talking GOOD, Miriam ElKorchi. A senior at Goucher College in Towson, MD, Miriam worked with me for her entire senior year, but now she is setting her sites on a new opportunity — specifically one that has a paycheck attached. Now, I’m looking to fill this exciting, door-opening, demanding, and unique position. If you’re even remotely interested in what this is all about then please read on. http://www.communicategood.com/2013/06/volunteer-position-of-a-lifetime/

Production Assistant / photography and design

INTERNSHIP – PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Purpose: Photography Studio Production Assistant - for a local photography studio Duties: * Responsible for client album design, client slideshow presentations, basic website updating (website skills not necessary), assist the photographer in artistic production of collages, designing clients thank you and referral cards, Christmas/Announcement/Holiday/Charity card designing, also assisting photographer with basic retouching and compilation of images for specific clients with client’s orders and their accurate completion. * Designing residential real estate brochures, including designing floor plans from measurements. * Flexibility, dependability, and a willingness to enthusiastically work within a changing and fun environment are required skills. *Update social media avenues (Blogger, Facebook, Instagram) Skills/Qualifications: Office Experience will be helpful. Will train the right person for the above description, however intermediate level of Photoshop is a must (advanced would be best) and familiarity with the Mac platform environment is a must. Dependability, attention to detail and must be able to multi-task. Should enjoy working in a small company with a casual style environment. Transportation not required. We are located off Wyndhurst Avenue and within walking distance of Loyola. Computer Skills we are looking for: Adobe Photoshop CS5 or newer, Lightroom 3 or newer, InDesign, Word, Facebook, Instagram, quickly being able to learn programs related to album design. Photography Studio Experience is not a must. Please email your resume to us if this sounds like a good fit: whitneywasson@me.com.

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore PAID social media

From: adamwlindquist@gmail.com [mailto:adamwlindquist@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Adam Lindquist Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 4:07 PM Subject: Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore seeks Paid social media intern Hello, Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore is looking to hire a paid social media intern to promote our events and activities related to Baltimore's Inner Harbor and the Healthy Harbor Initiative. Please forward the attached internship description to any students you think may be interested in applying. Thanks, Adam Lindquist -- Healthy Harbor Coordinator Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc. (443) 743-3309 HealthyHarborBaltimore.org twitter :: facebook

Lacrosse Magazine / US Lacrosse

http://usngbjobs.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=52058 US Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse, announces an opening for a part- time Lacrosse Magazine Intern in Baltimore, Maryland starting mid to late February 2013 working 15-20 hours per week (Tues-Thurs and Sat) for college credit. If you’re looking for a dynamic atmosphere surrounded by supportive, fun and passionate co-workers, then US Lacrosse is the place to be. About US Lacrosse US Lacrosse, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit association is the national governing body of lacrosse. The organization has nearly 400,000 individual members within 64 regional chapters throughout the country and employs a national staff of more than 75 at its Baltimore headquarters. US Lacrosse provides a leadership role in virtually every aspect of the sport throughout the United States, and offers numerous programs and services to its national membership and more than one million lacrosse enthusiasts throughout the country. General Description Baltimore-based Lacrosse Magazine seeks editorial interns to assist with online coverage of the 2013 spring season and in production of a monthly publication that reaches 400,000-plus members of US Lacrosse. Specific Duties and Responsibilities - Write blogs, game previews, features and cover games for LaxMagazine.com. - Assist in back-end production — such as posting scores, recaps and related links. - Participate in and contribute to editorial staff brainstorming and budgeting meetings. - Conduct interviews and write features for Lacrosse Magazine. Qualified candidates should be journalism and/or communications majors looking for hands-on experience and clips in a dynamic environment. Knowledge of lacrosse preferred, as is experience working in a content management system and with social media. Please include resume and samples of published work. Candidates in the Baltimore area are preferred, but remote applicants will also be considered. Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions: 1. Y/N Are you a journalism or communications major? 2. Y/N Do you have experience working in a content managment system? 3. Y/N Are you familiar with the game of Lacrosse? 4. Y/N Do you have any experience conducting interviews?

Public Relations / Social Media – Loyola Office of Maryland & Communications

Public Relations and Social Media Internship Interested in public relations, social media, marketing, and communications? Loyola's office of marketing and communications is looking for an intern to help spread the Loyola story. Interns will learn about new media and PR strategies and get hands-on experience with public relations, media relations, and social media. You’ll have an opportunity to gain concrete experience and grow your professional portfolio in PR, media relations, social media, and publicity. Requested qualifications: • College sophomore, junior, or senior • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills • Ability to identify, cultivate, and craft news stories and media materials • Previous Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media experience required • Experience using the Microsoft Office suite of computer applications • Understanding of AP style and newswriting • Previous newsroom/media (journalism) experience and exposure a plus • High standard of ethics, excellence and integrity • Access to a mobile device that can connect to wi-fi and take photos/video (e.g., iPhone, iPod Touch, Droid, etc.) The internship will take place on the Evergreen campus. College credit is offered for eligible students. Submit cover letter and resume to: Nick Alexopulos Media Relations Manager Loyola University Maryland 2034 Greenspring Drive Timonium, Md. 21093 nalexopulos@loyola.edu 410.617.1334

Public Relations/Event management/Government Affairs: Maryland Wineries Association

The Maryland Wineries Association seeks interns each semester to assist in its public relations and governmental affairs efforts. The Maryland Wineries Association, a 501c(6) non-profit trade organization representing Maryland's growing wine and grape industry. The position will report to the intern coordinator.

The internship is unpaid and interns are expected to work in MWA’s Timonium office for at least 8-10 hours each week. Some duties may be performed out of the office, but interns will benefit from the collaborative work environment.

General Requirements. Successful candidates will have willingness to learn and engage in government relations and governmental affairs, and:
• Have excellent writing, editing and verbal communication skills;
• Be punctual;
• Respect deadlines;
• Be a self starter and be proactive;
• Be able to work in a goal-oriented environment;
• Thrive in a high pressure environment;
• Be a strategic and creative thinker;
• Have extreme attention to detail.

Due to the MWA’s promotion of the state’s wine industry, interns must be at least 21 years old.

Students interested in applying should send resume and cover letter via e-mail to:
Jade Ostner
Maryland Wineries Association

Public Relations Internship

Duties. Since the MWA is a small organization, interns will be involved in all aspects of public relations.
o Media Relations – Work with staff to build strong relationships with media, including:
• Developing a current press list.
• Developing news releases and alerts for to announce news and events.
• Creating new opportunities for editorial placement in local and regional publications.
• Meeting with media sales representatives to identify appropriate avenues for advertising and marketing the industry.

o Consumer Relations – Work with staff to manage consumer relations, including:
• Writing numerous monthly articles about Maryland wine, grapes and industry issues for a variety of publications.
• Developing new content for Marylandwine.com and create monthly e-newsletter distributed to 10,000+ Maryland wine fans.

o Event Management:
• Festival management – Assist in managing MWA’s weekend festivals throughout the internship.
• Special events – Assist in planning and management of special events sponsored by MWA.

Governmental Affairs Internship

Scope of Internship. While the MWA is a small organization, the legislative and regulatory issues it encounters are often high-profile, and life-threatening to the small wineries it represents. MWA is charged with protecting the interests of the wineries it represents, and thus, it must be vigilant during the state General Assembly’s legislative session every January through April.

Much planning goes into the MWA’s work for legislative sessions. Planning begins in September in most years, though some larger issues are multi-year efforts. There are some years when MWA has issues/legislation is has sponsored, and in other years MWA must simply keep watch to ensure no legislation is passed that would compromise the industry.

Maryland wineries are regulated by the State via the Office of the Comptroller, and by the liquor boards in their residing county. Maryland’s alcohol law has a reputation as being one of the worst in the country – and thus, it’s tumultuous and always under duress by special interest groups.

Intern duties will include:
o Governmental Affairs/Relations – Work with staff to manage government and public relations, including:
• Attending MWA Governmental Affairs conference calls (weekly during the legislative session).
• Developing single-issue policy statements for various audiences.
• Meeting with regulators and elected officials to further MWA issues.
• Attending legislative events to discuss issues with attendees.

o MWA Member Relations
• Assist staffr in notifying members of regulatory or legislative issues.
• Updating our “action center” if members are needed to testify in Annapolis or attend important functions.

Additional Experience the Interns May Gain
• Contract Negotiations – MWA revises event contracts annually.
• Association Management – attend MWA meetings and manage internal communications.

Technically Baltimore

What is the Organization's purpose/product/service? Technically Baltimore is a local technology news organization dedicated to how innovation is impacting the region. To do so, the site, which is part of the Technical.ly network, focuses its coverage, conversation and events on three broad areas: Entrepreneurship and business innovation for job growth/retention Smarter workforce and opportunities for digital access/education Civic hacking and workflow management for govt policy/reform. In addition to daily coverage, Technically Baltimore organizes the annual Baltimore Innovation Week and a monthly meetup called Bmore Tech. Describe the interns responsibilities. The Technically Baltimore editorial reporting intern will cover events in the Baltimore technology and innovation community, in addition to filing regular features on the people, places and organizations that drive new ideas in the region. This intern will work both with the Technically Baltimore editor and the site's lead reporter to get a taste for community beat reporting in a surging community of innovation, entrepreneurial activity and creativity. Describe the skill sets a successful candidate will have for this position. Community beat Reporting Writing for the web Photo and video with smartphone, other Social media Interest in and understanding of Baltimore, particularly the city, and its environs. Awareness of Baltimore's technology community preferred, but not required ORGANIZATION Technically Baltimore http://www.technicallybaltimore.com 1111 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 Category: Corporation/Business Organization Fields: Entrepreneurial, High tech, Internet-related, Media production/programming (TV, radio, film), Writing/editing/research CONTACT Christopher Wink Cofounder Phone: 215-821-8745 Fax: Email: chris@technicallybaltimore.com INTERNSHIP DETAILS Department: Internship Position: Editorial reporting intern Semester: Spring (February - May), Winter (January) Year: 2013 Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s): journalism, liberal arts, Workdays Required: flexible, some evening and weekend events Hours Per Week: 10, negotiable Pay: No Salary: Stipend: Authorization Requirements: U.S. Citizen / U.S. National Application Deadline: December 7, 2012 Required: Resume, Writing Sample Preferred Application Method: Students should send resume and cover letter to the internship coordinator listed above. Materials are accepted electronically. Email Technically Baltimore cofounder and editor Christopher Wink at chris@technicallybaltimore.com http://www.baltimorecollegetown.org/internships/details/1169/