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Internships

Student Media Internship Listings

The Office of Student Media is a terrific source for internships on campus. Student Media interns put their skills to good use, gaining phenomenal experience and an excellent rйsumй reference. Student Media interns are ready–for grad school, for great careers, for the high demand for communication skills.

To see how you can get involved with a particular Student Media organization, click on its listing in Media Groups or Literary Publications in the left sidebar.

To apply, simply fill out the application. save it to your desktop, and email it to stumedia@gmu.edu . The internship coordinator will respond within three business days to your application, or you may call Kathryn Mangus at 703.993.3004 with questions.

Student Media positions are open in the following fields:

    Writing Editing Public Relations/Marketing

Graphic Design

Off-Campus Internship Listings

The Office of Student Media has collected just a few of the internships available online. While you’re checking these out, don’t forget about the internship possibilities right here on campus! The Office of Student Media has openings in internships in web design, editorial assistance, and public relations. For more information, contact Student Media at stumedia@gmu.edu or 703.993.2950. Or simply click here for Student Media internship listings.

The American Prospect: Editorial Internship

The American Prospect is a news publication with a distribution list of 50,000 subscribers. The online editorial intern will assist with fact checking, manuscript review, research, and administrative tasks, and participate in brown-bag lunches with guest speakers. Application deadline for the Spring, 2008 semester is November 15. For more information, please visit TAP’s website .

The American Prospect: Online Editorial Internship

The American Prospect is a news publication with a distribution list of 50,000 subscribers. The editorial intern will assist with fact checking, manuscript review, research, and administrative tasks, and may write for The American Prospect Online. Application deadline for the Spring, 2008 semester is November 15. For more information, please visit TAP’s website

Capital Semester: Political Journalism Intern

Through Capital Semester, a competitive internship with a transferable course component at Georgetown University, students intern in a Washington, D.C. media organization. Interns assist in covering Congress, drafting, editing, and producing news stories, research, press releases, and media relations. For more information, please visit the Capital Semester website .

Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh & Company: Production Intern

Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh & Company promotes the communicative and intercultural aspects of dance. The intern will assist in stage production, including sound, lighting, scenery, and special effects, as well as assuming some management responsibilities. A stipend of $500 for the Fall semester is provided. Application deadline is September 30. For more information, please see the internship’s Idealist listing .

United Nations High Commission for Refugees: Media Relations Intern

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees is the chief aid body for 18 million refugees. The intern will assist in monitoring media outlets and distributing key articles to UNHC personnel, responding to queries from the media and the general public, educational outreach, and administrative tasks. Application deadline is November 15. For more information, please visit the internship’s JournalismJobs.com listing .

USA Football: Communications Internship

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Washington Internship Institute: Intern

Washington Internship Institute places interns with organizations in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors in Washington, D.C. Internship placements include Amnesty International, the State Department, the Embassy of France, and the Smithsonian Institution, among many others. Media and communications internships are available. The intern assists in a broad range of duties, depending on his or her placement, experience, and interests. Application deadlines for the Spring, 2008 semester are October 24 and November 16. For more information, please visit the WII website .

The Washington Center: Intern

The Washington Center places interns with organizations in Washington, D.C. The application process is competitive. The intern assists in a broad range of duties, depending on his or her placement, experience, and interests. Media and communications internships are available. Application deadlines for the Spring, 2008 semester are October 10 (early application) and November 14. For more information, please visit the TWC website .

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