TCNJ Arts and COM Digital
Calling all storytellers, videographers, editors, audio producers, and graphic designers! TCNJ School of the Arts and Communication is assembling a team of talented student interns, and we invite you to apply for the opportunity! This is a for-credit (non-paid) internship opportunity.
Duties and Expectations
Participate as a student representative for recruitment and yield events, including but not limited to Fall and Spring Lions Days, Accepted Students Day, and panel discussions.
Serve as an ArtsComm ambassador, giving tours of school facilities to prospective and accepted students.
Maintain and update a database of arts, media and music related high schools and contacts for recruitment.
Manage social media accounts for the School of the Arts and Communication, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok by generating content and monitoring department social channels for new content.
Design graphics and materials for marketing and outreach efforts.
Contribute content, including stories and photos, and assist with the production of the school’s monthly newsletter.
Assist with maintaining the school’s website and news archive.
Contribute to and provide support for video projects that showcase the School of the Arts and Communication and adhere to TCNJ’s brand standards for the school’s website and ArtsComm DIGITAL.
Assist the Communication, Marketing and Outreach Specialist on projects as needed.
If interested, please apply directly to Meaghan Resta at firstname.lastname@example.org and include a copy of your résumé and a link to your portfolio and/or relevant work.
Nonprofit Sector News seeks Fall 2021 Interns
Nonprofit Sector News (http://nonprofitsectornews.org), a nonprofit news site, seeks part-time journalism interns for Fall Semester/Quarter 2021. We produce original journalism (news & features) on nonprofits of all kinds nationwide, and provide that news (a kind of news service), free to U.S. news media and the public through a website, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Patch.com’s hyperlocal sites nationwide. Emailed newsletters of NSN content, one version for journalists, one for the public, are planned. (NSN is not a trade publication for nonprofit employees or boards, unlike Chronicle of Philanthropy, Nonprofit Quarterly, Nonprofit Times, etc.).
Interns are given choices of story ideas and also must propose story ideas. Interns work only from home and/or their campus, conducting background research/interviews using phones, email, Zoom/Skype/etc., Internet searches, and website visits. Students are: given introductory training about covering nonprofits, receive editing/feedback on their writing, ask NSN ques tions as they work, and should suggest news media that their stories be sent to. Interns must highly motivated, persistent, resourceful, and self-disciplined; ours are not for novices. NSN fully cooperates with universities that can award academic credit. (We’re a startup nonprofit, so internships are unpaid, at least for now. Sorry.) Interns also will also be able to use NSN Editor Dr. Dane S. Claussen as a reference depending on performance.
NSN is especially interested in nonprofits found in almost every U.S. community (Rotary, Good will, animal shelters, chambers of commerce, churches, nonprofit colleges/schools, etc.); non profits affecting every American (ACLU, League of Women Voters, etc.); nonprofits serving mi norities, women, LGBTQ communities, youths, and immigrants; nonprofits of particular interest to younger Americans; and labor unions.
Print/digital journalism students should send a letter of application, a resume (including at least three journalism references: professors or editors)—both as email attachments—and scans of, or links to, your best five stories published/posted in commercial and/or student news media to NSN. Your application letter must state why you want to intern for NSN and several story ideas about nonprofits only.
Applications will be reviewed starting in late July, but apply as quickly as possible. Apply to: Dr. Dane S. Claussen, email@example.com.
Posted on July 28, 2021
Community News service is looking for short feature or profile videos on Food establishments in Mercer County and slightly beyond. These videos can be shot and edited on a phone. This can be freelance or an internship from Summer to end of Fall semester.
Contact Joe Emanski at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on July 28, 2021
Submit an application for Fall 2021 below!
She’s the First Interns play an integral role as primary aides to our full-time staff, working in the areas of communications, development, and programming.
Here’s What We Offer:
Compensation: Interns receive a competitive stipend. We’ll work with your college or university to make sure you receive credit, as applicable.
Responsibility: The work you do will matter! You will have your own projects with clear goals, and your work and ideas will have a direct, visible impact.
Diversity and Inclusion: They are more than just values at STF. We know the strongest teams are where everyone feels comfortable, safe and encouraged to bring their whole self to work, regardless of their gender, sexuality, religion, or race. Meet our team here.
Perks: The chance to represent She’s the First at exclusive events or conferences; sit in on meetings with our awesome partners, volunteers, and donors; and strengthen your leadership and professional skills through staff-led workshops and networking opportunities.
You’re committed to working part-time (maximum 20 hours/week) during your semester. This is a remote internship! Work hours must be compatible within the hours of 9AM-6PM ET (i.e., West Coast hours could be 8AM-3PM PT or 11AM-6PM ET).
You’re a team player: no task is too small for you; no project too big.
You show the discipline and drive in a remote work environment across varied time zones. You’re already comfortable with (or can quickly learn) tools like Google Meet and Slack and are diligent about checking in with the team.
You focus on goals & tasks at hand but also think ahead to anticipate needs & multitask. You’re not afraid to ask questions.
You have a demonstrated interest in girls’ and women’s rights.
Internship Positions Available:
Community Engagement Intern: a creative and savvy communicator who isn’t shy about helping every member of the She’s the First community find their place to shine.
Advocacy Intern: a diligent researcher who makes keeping up with global issues part of their daily routine and brings the skills to organize communities IRL for a common cause.
Video Production Intern: an experienced and creative video editor who can turn around high-quality clips for social media and events. Please review additional requirements here.