Washington WildThings Baseball Internship
The mission of the Washington Wild Things’ internship program is to educate its participants in all aspects of operating a professional sports organization, by observation and getting real hands-on experience. Interns learn how to work in a professional baseball environment that requires a high energy level, the ability to perform under pressure and the utilization of essential time management skills. The Washington Wild Things strive to successfully prepare interns to compete for positions in the professional sports industry.
Wild Things Interns:
We are currently looking for full-time in a variety of departments. Full-time interns will have pregame, in-game and post-game responsibilities just like any full-time or seasonal employee. Interns will be assigned to a specific department but will be able to help as need in others:
- Ticket Operations
- Baseball Operations
- Media (Journalism/Social)
- Promotion/Community Relations
- Food and Beverage
- Stadium Operations
Interns must be able to use this experience for college credit. Applications can be submitted on TeamworkOnline at;
The Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival is going on its 13th season. Each year, our interns help put on the only international film festival in Pittsburgh, featuring two weeks of global, socially conscious films. The festival also includes Q&As and workshops with featured directors. To learn more about our festival, please visit our website here.
We offer a variety of internships that will help students build valuable & relevant skills. Whether working on programming, marketing, development, or event coordination, each intern gets the opportunity for hands on involvement at a festival & arts nonprofit. A full list and descriptions of our internship positions can be found here.
Interested students can email their resumes (and any requested portfolio samples) to the festival’s director, Jolanta Lion at firstname.lastname@example.org. If students have any questions, they can email Jolanta or myself (email@example.com). Thank you!
Pitt’s Athletics Department is hiring media relations interns! They hire new interns every term, so please apply if you are interested. Intern requirements:
Have a general sports knowledge
· Have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
· Photoshop and InDesign are desired, but not required
· Ability to work 15-20 hours in the office, in addition to week-end sporting events
Please apply to
Media Relations Coordinator
Petersen Events Center|3719 Terrace Street
Room #2087| Pittsburgh, PA 15261
office: (412) 648-8240
Green Dot Public Relations is looking for an intern, and the position is paid!
Green Dot Public Relations
Take local Pittsburgh photos for use on client social media accounts
Host in-store giveaways and surprise & delight Twitter contests
Social media drafting and management
Client research projects
Development of Media Lists
Draft Press Releases and Media Alerts
Brainstorm and assist in generating ideas for client pitching, contests and
Assist before and during client events when available
Must be reliable
Must be able to brainstorm and create new/relevant/exciting ideas for
Must have good communication skills to interact with customers
Must have the ability to work on tight deadlines
Must be able to work autonomously
Weekly phone meetings
Bi-weekly in-person meetings
Attend client meetings as available
To apply, please contact Darice Nagy at:
Hello Pitt students!
The Pitt News is taking applications for writers, photographers, illustrators and copy editors for its weekly summer editions.
Nine summer editions will be published every Wednesday, excluding the week of July 4. Summer production begins the third week of May and continues regularly throughout June and July, with one additional edition at the end of August. New hires are welcome to continue working at TPN when daily production start up again for the 2018 fall term.
The Pitt News has a reputation of excellence with employers. Many of our staff 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.
Prior experience in journalism is not necessary. New hires will receive training as well as opportunities to strengthen their skills as a writer, artist and/or photographer.
Photographers are paid by the picture, illustrators by the drawing, copy editors by the hour and writers by the character.
Staff members are expected to communicate well and handle flexible hours. Pittsburgh-based staff members are needed, although writers, copy editors and illustrators may also work from outside of the city.
If you are interested in working with us, please fill out an application at https://pittnews.com/application/ and indicate in the questions/comments section that you would like to begin work in the summer. Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Congressional Leadership Fund is an organization based out of D.C. dedicated to supporting Republican candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives is looking for interns in the area. This internship is open to local students interested in politics. We are very excited to rollout this program and provide young adults a chance to get involved in the extraordinary political processes of our country.
With so many topics headlining today’s political conversation, it’s critical for young adults to have their voices heard. This is one of the main goals of our internship program and past interns have found the program to be particularly helpful in enhancing their resumes for graduate school and job applications. This internship could also be valuable in fulfilling a community service or internship requirement for students.
If you have any questions, please contact Will Betts at WBetts@theclf.org or 412-613-8118 or see the website at http://www.congressionalleadershipfund.org/internships/