Smorey Giger Law Marketing Internship

Smorey Giger Law Marketing Internship

Smorey Giger Law is looking for a marketing intern.

This position requires the ability to take a leadership position in the execution of marketing programs from start to finish with strong hands-on implementation and project management skills.

Partner with Attorney Owner to define brand initiatives
Provide valuable insight about design and marketing trends
Design and implement digital marketing strategies
Develop and construct marketing messages and materials for services and products that convey key attributes
Plan and implement social media marketing for firm and for self-service AI software
Define and develop online marketing collateral and sales tools
Create and manage website content
Evaluate new markets and competitive landscape
Report on periodic activities, results and ROI for marketing

To apply, please contact

Marcy Smorey-Giger



About Smorey Giger Law
Smorey Giger Law, a woman-owned business, is highly regarded, commercially savvy small business legal counsel with experience in corporate legal departments. SGL has a proven track record of partnering with business teams to develop and enable both offensive and defensive strategies to deliver meaningful contributions to corporate integrity and value. SGL represents start-up business and established corporations with contracts, commercial transactions, negotiations, risk controls, sales strategy, mergers and acquisitions, governance, intellectual property, litigation management, employment matters, policy drafting, regulatory compliance, training and more.
SGL is a Combined Intelligence Partner with LegalSifter showcasing AI tools for legal needs.


PA Student Power Network Internship – Paid!

The the PA Student Power Network has a Spring 2019 Movement Vote Fellowship, a paid opportunity for passionate students to develop their leadership. Fellows will be engaging young people around the elections and the issues in their communities.

The fellowship comes with a $500 stipend. We’re accepting applications on a rolling basis. Here’s the application: Women and students of color are strongly encouraged to apply. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me here or 267-607-9118 with any questions!

Pitt Medcast Podcast Internship


12 hours per week, unpaid

Applications for Summer 2019 term due April 29, 2019

Pitt Medcast is an award-winning podcast from the editorial offices of Pitt Med magazine exploring matters of life, death, and well-being. The series—a mixture of richly produced narratives and probing discussions—has aired on the National Science Foundation’s international stream Science360 Radio as well as several NPR member stations. Our “Itch” episode was also handpicked by Public Radio Exchange’s highly curated storytelling channel/app, PRX Remix.

Like our magazine, Pitt Medcast tells the interesting stories of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, cutting through medical jargon to the core of a scientific discovery. Through original pieces as well as audio adaptations of our print stories, Pitt Medcast aims to engage both lay audiences and established scientists alike.

One of the great rewards of production is the podcast itself. With Pitt Medcast you will not only build your portfolio, but also earn it. You will, in short, be a member of our staff, experiencing every facet of putting together a soundscape, including:

  • Producing episodes
  • Adapting archived print magazine stories to episode scripts
  • Suggesting music clips and sound effects and requesting necessary permissions
  • Brainstorming story ideas and episode artwork
  • Researching
  • Fact checking
  • Writing tweets and other sell copy to promote episode releases
  • Helping to build our social media presence
  • Producing audiograms using Headliner
  • Generating analytics reports

QUALIFICATIONSFamiliarity with audio editing software is encouraged but not required. Experience in journalism, creative writing, or filmmaking is a big plus, as is interest in science. Applicants from all academic disciplines and backgrounds will be considered—Pitt Medcast values diverse perspectives. We generally prefer students who do the internship for course credit.

HOURS: 12 regular daytime hours are required—mostly on-site in our Craig Hall offices.

TO APPLY: please send a cover letter, resume, and three work samples (writing and/or audio production) to Elaine Vitone, senior editor, at by Monday, April 29. You should be familiar with the podcast and the magazine before applying; please read/listen to our stories as you craft your application.

Pitt News

The Pitt News is seeking staff members for our weekly summer production schedule!

Those who apply are also welcome to stay on staff when daily production resumes in the fall. Positions that we are currently accepting applications for include:

— News Writer

— Sports Writer

— Culture Writer

— Columnist

— Photographer

— Illustrator

— Videographer

— Digital content creator (static or interactive graphics, animations, etc.)

Preference is given to people who will be in Pittsburgh over the summer, but we are also open to accepting writers, illustrators and digital content creators who will work remotely.

Prior experience is not necessary. New hires will receive training as well as numerous other opportunities to strengthen their skills as writers, artists, videographers, coders, and/or photographers. Staff members are expected to communicate well, handle flexible hours, show a willingness to learn and accept criticism, and have the initiative to propose their own ideas. Photographers, videographers, illustrators, and digital content creators are paid by the product. Writers are paid by the character.

The Pitt News has a reputation of excellence with employers. Many of our past staff members have gone on to successful careers in journalism, communication, and marketing as well as careers in other fields where their work at our publication and the skills they gained through it was a bright spot on their resume.

If you are interested in working with us, please fill out an application on our Facebook page or at and we will reach out to you.

Duolingo PR Internship — Paid!

Duolingo has an opening for a paid, 12-week internship for a junior, senior, or recent graduate in Summer 2019.

  • Generate story ideas that drive press coverage and social media content
  • Research & identify relevant influencer targets in traditional & social media
  • Track & measure: Monitor press coverage & social media and measure their impact on key metrics
  • Graduating in Spring 2020 or earlier; open to recent graduates as well
  • Ability to work at Duolingo’s office in Pittsburgh, PA
  • 12 weeks of consecutive availability over Summer 2019 (this is a paid internship!)
  • Creativity and ability to work in a team environment
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Understanding of social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

To apply, please follow the link here:

If you have any questions, please contact Micheala Chron at

National Parks Communication Internships – Paid!

Throughout the past 5 years, the Hispanic Access Foundation has offered enriching Communications internship experiences for Latinx upcoming professionals who are passionate about public land conservation and heritage preservation.


This year, we are happy to announce our new platform encompassing all of our professional opportunities, My Access to a Network of Opportunities (MANO) Project.  Please share this resource with your networks as we are currently recruiting for summer positions with the National Park Service – Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP).


For more information regarding Communications internship positions, please visit our website and individual links below: 



San Antonio Missions – Multimedia Outreach (Deadline February 10th, 2019)



Lastly, please don’t hesitate to contact me at with questions about these opportunities (or even just to say hello and talk about opportunities to collaborate!).

¡A heartful gracias and saludos!

Rodrigo Otárola y Bentín
Program Coordinator

Pitt Graduate School of Public Health – Paid!

Apply online through the Talent Center to be considered.

Contact with questions.

The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health (Pitt Public Health) is hiring two student assistants for its marketing communications team.  Reporting to the communications editor and content manager, each marketing communications assistant will work 10-15 hours a week on campus during the spring term.  The primary role involved writing for Web and social media in both positions, though secondary skills in graphics/video are desirable.  These positions are available through the term with potential renewal over the summer and future academic terms.

Other responsibilities include the following:

  • Writing and editing short news blurbs about research and school happenings based on submissions and online media sources.  Posting these stories to Web site and/or social media.
  • Writing and/or editing short-form news stories based on original interviews, research, or event participation.  Posting these stories to Web site and/or social media.
  • Maintaining, updating, and creating new Web site content using a content management system.
  • Contributing to the writing and production of broadcast e-newsletters.
  • Contributing to ongoing social media efforts and, ideally, developing new social media initiatives.
  • Assisting the Office of the Dean, the Office of External Affairs, and the Office of Student Affairs with special projects as necessary.
  • Students from all academic backgrounds at both the undergraduate and graduate level are encouraged to apply.
  • Basic writing, editing, and reporting skills.
  • Basic photography and image editing skills.  An eye for graphics and ability to sketch/draw (designing white boards in public spaces) is highly desirable for one position.
  • Familiarity with HTML code and basic Web site updates through a content management system is desirable. (Our specific platform can be taught)
  • An understanding of social media including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. and ability to write, edit, schedule, and manage posts using a casual, upbeat tone.
  • An aptitude for and interest in learning new software/technology.
  • An ability to work independently in executing specific projects and team priorities.
  • An interest in communication, writing and/or public health, which will inspire your efforts to communicate public health items with the campus community, alumni, and others.