Loyola University / Communication Internships

World Trade Center Institute

Jump-start a career in marketing and communications!

As a marketing intern, responsibilities include:

• Assist the Marketing manager in daily operations
• Assist in development and design of marketing materials and advertisements (adobe knowledge a plus)
• Participate in event preparation, management and logistics as needed
• Perform website updates (knowledge of html a plus)
 Attend WTCI networking events
 Personnel and Misc. Admin.

In addition to the duties listed for your position, you may to assist with additional tasks determined by your interests and skills, and your departments needs. Currently, the marketing department is in need of students with knowledge of Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Illustrator, and/or Adobe Photoshop, however, we will be accepting all applications.

At the end of each semester all interns prepare a final presentation for the WTCI team that outlines their incoming expectations and the highlights of their internship.
Internships at the World Trade Center Institute offer unique hands-on experience and unparalleled networking opportunities. As an intern, you will gain insight into the business world, learn from industry leaders and get a head-start on your career. At the World Trade Center Institute, interns are given professional tasks, and are treated more like staff than part-time help. Many of our interns go on to full-time positions with our clients – some of Maryland's most prestigious corporations.

How does it work?

Interns are expected to work a minimum of 15 hours per week, with a maximum of 35 hours per week. Positions are unpaid, however, a stipend is granted for travel expenses. Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Summer, Fall and Spring sessions are offered.

The Application Process:

Intern Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by email, fax or mail. The cover letter should indicate the semester period(s) for which the applicant is applying and an approximate date on which he/she would be available to begin work, if selected. In addition, please indicate which position(s) you would prefer. WTCI will invite approximately 3 applicants for each position for an interview. After the interviews, WTCI will notify selected interns.

Application Dates:
Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in advance of deadline. Invitations for interviews are sent on rolling basis starting approximately two weeks before the stated deadline below. Some exceptions are made for applications received after the listed deadline.

Spring Semester (mid-January through mid-May): Please submit your application by December 1st.

Summer Session (mid-May through mid-August): Please submit your application by April 1st.

Fall Semester (mid-August through mid-December): Please submit your application by July 1st.

Please send applications to:
The World Trade Center Institute
Internship Program – c/o Nina Bankova
401 E. Pratt Street, Suite 232
Baltimore, MD 21202
Ph. (410) 576-0022 ext. 103
Fax (410) 576-0751
Email nina@wtci.org

Location(s): Baltimore, Maryland
Compensation Type: Unpaid

Compensation Details/Other Benefits:
• College Credit
• Mentorship
• Professional references
• Unique networking opportunities
• Participation in all WTCI events
• Interaction with business executives and foreign diplomats
• Monthly parking stipend
• Access to the Top of the World Observation level
• End of semester gift
Job Status:
Job Function:
Creative/Design/Multimedia, Event Planning, International, Marketing
Cover Letter Required:

National Pork Producers Council

The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is now recruiting for Spring 2010 interns!

NPPC is seeking four interns - one for each of the following departments:

• Communications
• Environmental Law and Policy
• International Trade
• Science and Technology

A brief overview of NPPC and the internship program is included below. Please refer students to http://nppc.org/Programs/Internship.htm for more details.

For Spring 2010 internships, the applications must be postmarked by November 13, 2009.

For more information and application requirements, visit:


Working for the National Pork Producers Council
The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is the global voice for the U.S. pork industry working daily to protect the livelihoods of pork producers by fighting for reasonable legislation and regulation and developing revenue and market opportunities. Our mission is to add significant value to pork producers and industry investors by achieving favorable laws and regulations that help them operate successful businesses and compete effectively and profitably in the global marketplace.

NPPC’s internship program is a hands-on experience for students seeking to learn more about the pork industry, government relations, international trade and public policy. Interns have the opportunity to work under the direction of the highly respected professionals at NPPC. Senior staff members value the opportunity to mentor and teach today’s student who will be tomorrow’s leaders.

Located one block from the Capitol building, the NPPC Washington Public Policy Center is in the heart of the political action on Capitol Hill. NPPC interns have the ability for professional networking with congressional staff, allied industry trade associations and federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency. If you have an interest in promoting American agriculture and want to gain real-world experience in the political arena, this is the opportunity for you!

In addition to an unparalleled experience, our distinguished internship program offers a competitive stipend of $500 a week (after taxes) and reimbursable, work-related travel.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, transcripts (if available), along with three references to intern@nppc.org. They may also send the above items to:

National Pork Producers Council
ATTN: Intern Program Director
122 C Street NW
Suite 875
Washington, DC 20001

For Spring 2010 internships, the applications must be postmarked by November 13, 2009.


Gwendolyn Bingham
Office Administrator/Intern Program Director
National Pork Producers Council
122 C Street, NW, Suite 875
Washington, DC 20001
Office: 202-347-3600
Fax: 202-347-5265

Magazine internships

The American Society of Magazine Editors sponsors a ten-week summer internship program for college juniors each year. The internship program is intended for editorially oriented students. The emphasis is on editing magazines, and includes the performance under supervision of such tasks as handling reader mail, evaluating unsolicited manuscripts, researching articles, checking facts, proofreading, copy editing, interviewing, covering press conferences, and attending editorial meetings. At a number of magazines, there may also be reporting and writing opportunities, even a few bylines. Some interns have the opportunity to see how the circulation, advertising and other business departments of the magazine function.