Loyola University / Communication Internships

Public Relations: Warschawski

An intern at Warschawski is considered an Assistant Associate (AA), as they play an integral role on client accounts and within the Warschawski team. Applicants must have strong writing, communications and interpersonal skills. Confidence, an inquisitive nature and an entrepreneurial spirit are pluses. Applicants should also have a strong desire to enter the public relations/marketing field and a continued willingness to learn throughout their AA tenure. Proficiency in typing, basic Internet and computer skills (i.e. working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel) are required.

Each AA candidate will be given the opportunity to be involved in almost all elements of public relations, marketing and branding strategy and implementation. He/she will be given the chance to gain first-hand experience in such activities as writing press releases, contacting reporters, pitching stories, research, and business strategy development. Responsibilities also include administrative duties and assisting team members with client work. As Warschawski offers a truly unique immersion experience, AA's are required to commit to the entire - three-month term - of their AA program.

Hours: The AA program is full-time and requires the AA to work 40 hours per week. This is an unpaid program, however we do offer the opportunity for college credit.

What will the intern gain from the experience?: The AA program will offer a student first-hand experiences and the opportunity to assemble a comprehensive public relations, marketing, and branding portfolio, which will give him/her a competitive advantage when applying for a job in the public relations/marketing field. Based on the AA's performance, Warschawski may offer continued employment opportunities upon the completion of the program.

Susan Goodell
ph: 410-367-2700 ext.25
fax: 410-367-2400

Promotions/Marketing: 98 Rock Radio - Baltimore

There are many opportunities that exist for interns at 98 Rock.
*Promotions and Marketing... Need help planning and executing events, writing press releases and promotional recaps, doing remote broadcasts and promotions for clients, observing DJ's in studio and on remotes, you can also help with and learn from the sales dept.
To inquire about interning in Promotions email Jessica Deike at Jdeike@hearst.com Or... fax your resume' to 410-675-7946 ATTN: Jessica.

Journalism/Editorial/Advertising/Production: Urbanite Baltimore Magazine

Urbanite welcomes applications from students and others who are interested in helping to produce Baltimore's best monthly magazine. Interns work on a volunteer basis, ten to twelve hours weekly, usually for a three- to four-month period. However, a number of our interns have been offered employment during or after their internship period. Internships are available in the editorial, art and production, advertising and administrative departments. To apply, send a resume with a cover letter and if applicable, writing or art samples (two or three pieces, published or not); dates and times of availability and a description of your interest to:




Mail to:
2002 Clipper Park Road
4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21211

Video Production: The Maury Show


My name is Chauncy Johnson and I would like to advertise a Summer semester 2008 internship opportunity with The Maury Show in NYC. Please have the ad read as follows:

Reply to: cjohnson@themauryshow.com

Successful, nationally syndicated television program, The Maury Show, is seeking Production Interns to assist in all aspects of our top-rated program. We are looking for young, enthusiastic, outgoing candidates who are detail-oriented, knowledgeable in pop culture, organized and highly proactive. Previous production experience is a big plus.

The intern will have the opportunity to assist the production and office staff in variety of tasks.

Applicants must be undergraduate students (sophomores, juniors, and seniors only) with an interest in television, film, communications, or media studies. Students selected MUST be able to receive college credit for the internship. *Please note that the student will need to submit a letter from their college or university on official college letterhead to the internship supervisor at The Maury Show prior to the internship start date. Credit is awarded through the student’s college or university upon completion of the internship.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 2-3 days per week. The student must be a local resident or able to relocate to the New York City area, for the duration of the internship.

HOURS NEEDED: Summer semester - 9:00am to 5:00pm

COMPENSATION: Academic credit. Only students who can receive academic credit will be considered.

DATES: Summer Semester – May to August

APPLICATION: Email resume as an attachment or in body of email with cover letter to:

***Please put “PRODUCTION INTERN” in the subject line. Please indicate which semester you would like to intern, your school, major, academic year, availability and a short paragraph detailing your interest in television.

Thank you very much.

Chauncy Johnson

Photography/Journalism: OnTheBallSports.org

Opportunities in sports writing and sports photography--

We do not require any work experience to apply to either of these positions, but we do ask that students have some background or a general knowledge of the subjects to which they apply. If they are taking studies in either of the subject areas that would qualify in having enough knowledge or background experience to carry out assignments.

Additionally, we would ask that students have their own equipment and transportation. For photographers equipment would include a digital camera with high resolution and 10 X zoom and the ability to take portraits and capture action photos. Those interested in photography should submit three samples of photos of their choice to ljones@ontheballsports.org.

Promotions/Public Relations: gkv REACH

Social Marketing & gkv REACH Intern

Through gkv communications (www.gkv.com ), gkv REACH (www.gkvreach.com) is a social marketing division that is looking for a creative, reliable, enthusiastic and organized intern to assist in the maintenance and growth of social marketing initiatives. gkv REACH is a fast-paced, fun, team-driven environment, so we are looking for an intern who is outgoing, detail-oriented and able to work under tight deadlines. Most importantly, the intern must be enthusiastic about learning and professional growth.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

ÿ Creation of spreadsheets and organization tools using Microsoft Word, Excel
ÿ Assist with the creation of PowerPoint Slide presentations
ÿ Letter writing and e-mail distribution
ÿ Writing content for Web site including captions for photo gallery
ÿ Writing content for E-Newsletters
ÿ Assist with the creation of Press Lists, Press Kits, Media Advisories and other press related materials
ÿ Data entry to help keep the Web site updated
ÿ Phone calls to other organizations to help promote social marketing initiatives

Interns will receive valuable experience in the field of community outreach, event planning, and public relations and the opportunity to work with an exciting and friendly team. Interns will refine their computer and communication skills, and gain insight into the process of maintaining a statewide social marketing campaign.

Please send resume to Denag@gkv.com or 410-234-2453.

Marketing/Public Relations: Harbor Hospital

Harbor Hospital Marketing and Community Relations Intern

A junior or senior English, communications, public relations, marketing or related major who will assist the Harbor Hospital marketing and community relations department in the following areas: creation of news articles for internal publications, news releases, monthly health columns for local papers, support for community outreach seminars and Web updates. The intern’s responsibilities may be altered based on the needs of the department and the intern’s requests. The internship term is one semester, and the intern is paid in the form of a stipend and school credit.

Andrea S. Reinig
Senior Communications & Marketing Associate
Harbor Hospital
410-350-2119 (office)
410-790-1616 (cell)
410-355-8418 (fax)

Journalism: www.realbuzz.com

We are currently looking to involve university students in the production of our online content. In exchange for writing film, theater, album and even gig reviews, students will have a chance to see their work published, build their resume, and add to their portfolio.

To date, realbuzz.com has already had many students in the UK writing for us; we have been able to provide them with references, internship opportunities, and even paid work in some instances. However, we would like to see the addition of some American student writers in order to generate a more varied range of content.

A Minneapolis native and recent graduate of the University of Minnesota, I came to work for realbuzz.com in July after traveling to England on a work visa. In my opinion, this is a great way for students to gain some practical experience by doing some interesting work with a thriving company.


Laura Liszewski - Channel Assistant
realbuzz.com Ltd
12 Nicholas Street
Tel: 01244 505820
Fax: 01244 349341

Promotions/Public Relations: Loyola Center for Community Service & Justice

Publicity Assistant Job Description 1
Center for Community Service and Justice

Desired Background:
The ideal candidate is a rising Sophomore or Junior whose major/minor is in one or more of the following subjects: Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism, Graphic Design or Marketing. Applicants who do not have one of the listed majors, but who have an interest and aptitude for design and publicity should still apply. All applicants should have demonstrated skills in one of the following areas: editing, writing, and/or publication and advertisement design. Experience in community service and interest in social justice issues is optional, but highly preferred.

Main Responsibility: Produce CCSJ Newsletter, Centering On (1-2 per semester)
• Conceptualize a theme for each issue
• Plan out articles, layout, and contributions
• Manage submission of all contributions; interview members of CCSJ staff for pieces, interview students, gather materials for features, write and edit articles
• Compile articles and digital photos into MS Publisher document
• Follow through to print

Additional Responsibilities:
• Consult with office staff as an advisor in publication design, marketing and publicity
• Assess effectiveness of publicity on-campus
• Work in tangent with other publicity intern in brainstorming ideas for various assignments
• Weekly meeting with supervisor and other publicity intern

Job Requirements:
The position requires a time commitment of approximately 8-12 hours per week (usually between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday, though some “at home” work hours may be possible. Both work-study and non-work study applicants will be considered.

For more information, please contact Caitlin Boyle, mcboyle@loyola.edu, x2072