December 9, 2013 | Leave a Comment
East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU-Student Event Coordinator Internship
The East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU is seeking a long-term student intern in the Events program. The duties for the internship would include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Inform prospective customers of our facility-Give tours
- Attend & work events including nights & weekends
- Recognize & recommend based on previous events the best option to the customer
- Advise the customer on caterers, parking & other questions they may have
- Help Event Coordinator schedule the space & keep other staff that are involved in the events aware of all activities
- Help maintain an Outlook calendar of events & event details
- Operate A/V capabilities of rooms
- Maintain database of all ECHI events
- Keep files completed & updated
- Help inform public of the ECHI facility & events
- Help maintain website and social media
- Must have at least the academic standings of a sophomore
- Must have great verbal & written skills
- Must work well with a team
- Must be self motivated
- Must be reliable
- Must represent ECHI in a professional manner by following the ECHI workplace dress code
Salary-probation period of up to six months is unpaid and can turn into paid student position if
fulfills probation requirements.
Desired Start Date: Mid Fall 2013
Please send a cover letter, resume & two references by September 13, 2013 to: Beth Bengala, Event Coordinator at ECHI@ECU, email@example.com 252-744-7957
December 9, 2013 | Leave a Comment
East Carolina University, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Job Title: Marketing and Public Affairs
Internship Job Description: Internship positions are available for Fall, Spring and Summer terms. The internship offers
valuable experience and mentoring through direct participation in the implementation of East Carolina University’s
Undergraduate Admissions marketing plan and student recruitment efforts.
As a member of the Communications Team, you will enjoy working in a stimulating and creative environment. In
addition to carrying out the duties listed below, members participate in regular creative brainstorming sessions, and
may be asked to take on a special project. Members are encouraged to investigate current trends and develop new
ideas. Many of these ideas have the potential to be incorporated into the unit’s communications plan.
Communications department members are provided with their own workspaces, including fully equipped Macintosh
or Windows workstations loaded with all required software, within the creative suite of the Whichard building.
Travel is not required for this position.
Duties include (but not limited to):
• Copywriting for various marketing materials, including: print, web, email and social media
• Assist with updates and creation of new content for various websites and other online communications
(department website, Pirate Port, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs)
• Develop scripts and co-produce (w/ editing staff) video blogs and other multimedia productions
• Participate in creative brainstorming sessions with the creative team
• Assist with proofreading and other quality control practices for various projects
• Occasional administrative tasks
Optional Duties (Opportunities exist for candidates to involve themselves in these related activities. These are not
requirements for this position, but may be considered):
• Photography and multimedia creation (Photography, Video, and Audio)
• Assist with the graphic design, layout and pre-press of various print publications (brochures, posters, hand-outs,
mailers, promotional items, etc.)
• Higher education marketing research and planning
Preferred Skills: Interest in marketing and communications; gregarious personality; ability to work independently;
course work in marketing, public relations, journalism, or communications; background research, writing, and
editing skills; familiarity with the Associated Press Stylebook; familiarity with the Chicago Manual of Style;
understanding of social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.); Basic graphic design abilities; Microsoft Word; familiarity
with the Adobe Creative Suite
Optional Skills (These skills are added benefits, but not required for this position): Photography and Multimedia
production: Understanding and experience with DSLR photography or videography, Apple Aperture or iPhoto;
Apple Final Cut Pro or Express, Adobe After Effects; Adobe Flash; QuickTime Pro, iMovie, and Garage Band.
Application Procedure: Contact Patrick Fay, Marketing and Communications Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) to
schedule an interview. Please include a cover letter, resume, list of references with contact info, unofficial transcript,
and 2-3 writing samples.
Hours Per Week: 6-9 hours per week.
Pay: No, this is a non-paid internship
Web site: www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/admissions
College of Education Internship Opportunity
Focuses on: Social Media, Events, Advertising, and Publications
Position Title: College of Education Communications Intern
Reports To: Director of Communications at the College of Education
If you are interested in getting experience in a wide arrange of areas including social media, event planning, advertising campaigns, and college wide publications, then we have a spot for you! This ON CAMPUS internship opportunity is managed out of the very active communications office that is responsible for communicating with alumni, local media, and community members on a daily basis. The Director of Alumni Communications will work with potential interns to match their interests with the needs of the College of Education to determine a set of goals. Work schedule is flexible. Candidates must be willing to commit to a weekly schedule with a minimum of 10 hours per week.
Responsibilities might include but not limited to:
- Managing the COE Facebook page with daily postings
- Assist in planning and executing 3-5 annual COE events
- Develop advertising campaign for various events and constituent groups
- Write, design, and produce College of Education newsletters and solicitation pieces
- Write, edit and distribute press releases to news media
- Design promotional pieces
- Create story boards for COE videos
- Arrange and manage COE photo shoots
- Research relevant school-related PR issues and best practices
For more information:
Contact Todd Fraley in the School of Communications at 328-2859 or email@example.com.
December 9, 2013 | Leave a Comment
Bridgestone Plant Communications Internship – Wilson, NC
1) Company newsletter, closed circuit TV and other internal communications
2) Safety & Training videos (video editing & photography skills a HUGE plus)
3) Assist with community events
This is a paid internship opportunity. This could be a great opportunity to gain exposure to a candidate that may wish to pursue a career opportunity with Bridgestone and any of our facilities.
For more information contact: