Loyola University / Communication Internships

Maryland Democratic Party – marketing, communication, politics, event planning

The Maryland Democratic Party (Annapolis, MD) is now accepting applications for Spring and Summer Internships. There are several program slots still available. Applicants will start immediately through the summer. Internships will focus in several areas including fundraising, communications (social media), field activity, research and political outreach.
Intern Duties and Responsibilities
· Draft communications for general distribution
· Manage data lists
· Assist in event planning
· Communicate with Democratic Party officials, offices and staff
· Build relationships with Democratic affiliated organizations
· General research
· General office support and organization

· An interest in politics, especially Maryland politics
· Excellent written and oral communication skills
· Interns should be prepared to use their own laptop computers if they have them.
· Interns may be asked to attend events in Annapolis and around the state of Maryland

· Interns must commit to a minimum of ten hours per week
· Schedules will be set with your direct MDP supervisor

How to apply
Interested candidates should submit a resume to Patrick O'Brien at pobrien@mddems.org

Patrick O’Brien
Research Director
Maryland Democratic Party
O: 443-569-4162
C: 240-925-6629

Sports – Journalism, marketing, public relations

The Tampa Sports Authority (TSA) is an agency that manages Raymond James Stadium and three municipal golf courses in Tampa, FL. Raymond James Stadium is the home of the 2009 Super Bowl, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the University South Florida Bulls football and the Outback Bowl.

The TSA stadium communications department is seeking two one-year assistants. One candidate will be selected as a communications and marketing assistant, and should have a background in communications, marketing, journalism, or public relations. The second candidate will be selected as a visual communications assistant, and should have a background in communications, basic HTML code, photography, and graphic design.

The TSA requests interested candidates are graduating seniors or graduate students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, or Visual Communications. The internships/assistantships are a one year program which requires a weekly commitment of at least 40 hours. Some weekends and evenings will be required for event management duties.

At the stadium, we have as few as one event and as many as five events per month. Please be advised that we are considered an entertainment venue and as such, must reserve many weekends and/or evenings for our events. In addition, we feel the experience and contacts that are gained while working with the Tampa Sports Authority offers a great opportunity for someone entering the workforce.

You will find an in-depth information sheet, describing each position, attached to this email. This information can also be found at www.tampasportsauthority.com/TSA-Internships.html.

Interested candidates may reach me at (813) 350-6504 or by e-mail, bcasey@tampasportsauthority.com. Resumes may also be faxed to (813) 673-4312. If you have any questions regarding the internship at Raymond James Stadium, please feel free to call or visit our website at www.tampasportsauthority.com.

Very truly yours,

Barbara Casey

Public Information Officer
Raymond James Stadium/Tampa Sports Authority
4201 North Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, Florida 33607
813--350-6504 office
813--673-4312 fax

Broadcast/sports announcing/Ripken Baseball Tournament

You are receiving this email because we have a job opportunity here at Ripken Baseball that may be in some interest of your students. For the 2011 Ripken Baseball Tournament schedule we are offering a new job opportunity at our Baseball Academy in Aberdeen, MD. The Ripken Academy will be announcing all of the youth tournament games at our complex. We are searching for quality individuals to serve as PA announcers for the spring, summer, and fall tournaments. We are looking for individuals who have some experience in a similar capacity (college radio, other sports PA experience, etc.). Our season begins in March and ends in early October.

Students can also apply by going to www.ripkenbaseball.com and clicking on the Career Opportunities box on the right side of the page.

Thanks and feel free to give out my contact information if there are any questions about this job.

Ryan Heller
Operations Coordinator
The Ripken Academy
P: 443-327-8043
F: 410-297-6653

Journalism / health

Student Health 101 is looking for male college student journalists and authors to write features and shorts on health issues that are of concern to college students. We have recently heard from many female student writers who are helping us with assignments, so we're reaching out now to more male writers to get their perspectives and voices in our publication. Student Health 101 is an e-newsletter distributed to about 1 million students at more than 300 colleges and universities nationwide. Topics include alcohol and drug abuse, contraception, fitness, nutrition, mental health, and more. Feature stories are 1,250 to 1,500 words; short features are 500-600 words; and health briefs are 300 words. The fees paid per article vary by length and the difficulty of the subject matter. We are looking for writers with excellent reporting skills. Be sure to attach a resume and at least two writing samples. Contact: Don Rauf, don@studenthealth101.com

Submitted by: Don Rauf
Organization: Student Health 101
Deadline: Feb 07, 2011 06:00 PM EST(America/New_York)
Organization URL: http://www.studenthealth101.com
Email address: don@studenthealth101.com