Prevention Partners knows that healthy places change lives.  We focus on the leading health issues: decreasing tobacco use, increasing physical activity, promoting good nutrition and reducing obesity. Our products guide decision-makers to shape policies and environments that transform workplaces, schools, hospitals and clinics.

Interns are an invaluable part of Prevention Partners’ success in achieving our mission. We have a variety of internship opportunities available for this summer.  Our internships are full-time, volunteer experiences that run from mid-May – early August.  They are open to undergraduates, graduates, and recent graduates.

Students interested in public health and prevention practices for students, employees and patients are able to directly work with our programmatic teams.  We also have a variety of internships that students in other disciplines may want to explore. These are focused opportunities for students interested in working at a thriving non-profit on projects that connect their academic and professional interests. Available summer internship opportunities include:

  • Business Analysis: Identify and research business processes to help design and implement needed technology solutions.
  • Donor and Alumni Relations: Support a new donor management system.  Outreach to intern alumni.  Help develop our internship fund.
  • Organizational Coaching: Help organizations implement policies, benefits and environments to help make the healthy choice the easy choice.
  • Research and Evaluation: Contribute to the development of Prevention Partners’ products, with a focus on student wellness or employee mental health.
  • Strategic Alliances: Help scale our work with community, state and national change agents.  Assist with interim progress reporting and research future opportunities for program implementation.
  • Training and Communications: Assist with the development of in-person trainings, webinars, blogs, case studies, and electronic bulletins.

We are accepting applications for summer 2015 internship opportunities online at:http://www.forprevention.org/interns. We encourage students to apply early, as openings fill quickly. We’ll make hiring decisions on a rolling basis through March.

See the attached PDF for more information on the Video Production Assistant position with Winston-Salem Dash (Class A-Advanced, Chicago White Sox). Video Production Internship

The AroundCampus Group, the leading campus media and marketing company in the U.S., offers a paid summer sales support internship to college students out of our home office in Chapel Hill. As a member on our Client Relations team you will:

  • Provide key support for our sales staff  by trouble shooting incoming questions
  • Manage client accounts for assigned publications by working directly with our customers to ensure the advertisements meet their standards before the publication deadline.
  • Assist with our nationally-recognized Sales Foundations Academy – the week long training program we use to prepare our sales reps for the summer
  • Develop skills for account management, quality control, and work flow
  • Enhance interpersonal communication, time-management , and confidence
  • Gain experience working as an individual and in a team environment
  • Work full-time,fulfilling an 8 hour shift Monday – Friday

At The AroundCampus Group interns play an integral role; you will not be tasked with coffee-fetching. The experience and skills you gain during the internship will make you stand out from the rest in today’s job market.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please email Virginia your resume at VDutton@aroundcampus.com!

*You must have Housing and a Vehicle within driving distance to Chapel Hill in order to apply for this internship.

Reports To: Public Information Officer (PIO)

Requirements: Communications, Public Relations or Journalism

Overview:

Intern will assist Public Information Director in his duties as a liaison between the school system, the news media, parents, students and the community at large, by keeping informed on the matters of interest. The intern will gain valuable real-world knowledge of the functions of school/government affairs and a better understanding of media and public relations in a school system setting.

Responsibilities:

  • Write, edit and distribute press releases to news media
  • Write, design, and produce school system publications
  • Assist with updates to the Pitt County Schools Website
  • Research relevant school-related PR issues and best practices
  • Explore additional tools/methods to help maximize communication including social networking
  • Assist in planning and implementing special events and projects
  • Assist Public Information Director as necessary in other tasks

Contact:

Brock Letchworth, Coordinator of Public Information/Community Outreach

1717 West Fifth Street

Greenville, NC 27834

252-830-4219

Letchwk1@pitt.k12.nc.us

Through a partnership with the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Parents for Public Schools is seeking an undergraduate student to serve as a Digital Communications Associate for Summer 2015.

The PPS Digital Communications Associate’s role will be to upgrade the PPS Website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts as well as to produce Public Service Announcement spots highlighting Pitt County School graduates who are successful in their careers.

The Associate will work with United Way, Chamber of Commerce, and PPS professionals as well as school officials and community leaders. He/she will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of video editing and production while also growing their portfolio of video projects.

Interns will receive a $3200 stipend for the 8-week, full time position. Applicants must have received a federal Pell grant this academic year and be enrolled full-time in a four-year North Carolina college or university or be a North Carolina resident enrolled full-time in a four-year accredited college outside the state.

To apply, visit

http://zsrinternshipprogram.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2kmcdzb4t2h. The deadline to apply is February 2nd at noon. Additional information can be found at http://zsr.org/grants-programs/non-profit-internship-program.

For more information, contact Carolyn Reed at (252) 717-6687.