Loyola University / Communication Internships

Under Armour

Under Armour has had tremendous success with Loyola students in the past and I would like to continue this trend.

With this position we are looking for an individual with exceptional writing and organizational skills. This person should be self motivated but able to work effectively in a team environment.

The application for this position can be found at the below link.


Stanton Communications (paid internship)

Public Relations Internship Opening in Baltimore, MD
Stanton Communications, Inc, a public relations firm specializing in marketing communications, crisis management, social media and public affairs, is currently accepting applications for an intern in Baltimore.

Interns are a valuable asset to Stanton Communications, providing assistance in the firm’s daily operations and work for corporate and non-profit clients. Our interns gain hands-on experience in client services through project inclusion and direct client and media relations.

Typical internship tasks include:

Creating media lists.
Writing press releases.
Conducting media outreach.
Monitoring for media coverage and creating reports.
Participating in social media monitoring activities.
Researching client issues and competitive landscapes.
Attending client events and participating in client meetings.
Attending and participating in staff meetings.
Observing the day-to-day practices of a PR agency.

Intern applicants should have a strong interest in media relations, social media, and public relations as a whole. Background and leadership involvement in organizations such as PRSSA or involvement in editorial organizations such as university newspapers are preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and internet proficiency is a must.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Julie McKinney, Account Executive, at jmckinney@stantoncomm.com.

Julie McKinney
Account Executive
Stanton Communications, Inc.

Gain Skills and Help Save the Planet: Environment Maryland Internships

Gain Skills and Help Save the Planet: Environment Maryland Internships

Internships with Meaning

We all care deeply about our environment. We also know that we need to be taking more action to ensure that our environment is preserved, especially when powerful interests stand in the way.

Environment Maryland, a non-profit, citizen-based environmental group, acts as a strong advocate on a broad range environmental issues, including promoting clean energy, protecting our open spaces, restoring the Chesapeake Bay, and advancing global warming solutions. We speak out and take action at the local, state, and national levels to protect our precious natural resources.

Our approach works. We have been a part of many important victories for the environment. We were the lead lobbying group to pass legislation that includes the nation’s strongest law to reduce pollution from power plants, a bill that requires new cars and trucks to emit less pollution, and legislation to require developers to do all they can to minimize runoff pollution that goes into the Chesapeake Bay. We are involved in efforts to protect Maryland’s most valuable natural areas and to capitalize on the enormous potential to revitalize the economy and protect the environment at the same time through the creation of thousands of green jobs.

Internship Description
Internships with Environment Maryland offer students a unique, mentored experience. Interns work one-on-one with Environment Maryland’s advocates and campaign organizers. Interns acquire the basic skills to analyze issues and put together solutions to problems that threaten our environment. Interns learn that activism and participation in the democratic process yield results. Though responsibilities vary, most internships include the following:

• Conduct research into critical environmental problems and prepare fact sheets for wide scale distribution.
• Assist in the preparation of media events.
• Attend meetings with lawmakers and state agency staff.
• Reach out to businesses and organizations to get them to work in partnership with us.
• Mobilize our grassroots base to impact upcoming policy decisions.

Although Environment Maryland internships are unpaid, students may receive academic credit from their college or university.

• A strong commitment to Environment Maryland’s issues.
• Strong writing and analytical skills.
• The ability to debate and speak persuasively.
• An enthusiasm for the work.

How to Apply
Interested students should submit a letter of interest and resume to Ewa Krason at EKrason@EnvironmentMaryland.org. The letter should describe your primary interests in an internship, how this fits into your career objectives, and your availability in terms of dates and hours.