For additional information and guidance, please contact Dr. Jamie Ward, faculty advisor at email@example.com.
The Office of Detroit City Council
The Office of Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones is currently accepting digital interns in the following areas:
-Governmental Affairs and Public Policy
-Digital and Social Media
-Community Relations Assistant
Interested candidates may apply here.
The Digital Summer Clinic
The Digital Summer Clinic is a paid internship sponsored by Ann Arbor SPARK and EMU’s Center for Digital Engagement. This past summer, the clinic employed 48 interns from a wide variety of majors including Marketing, Management, Accounting, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Cyber Security, Graphic and Media Arts, Journalism Communications, and PR, to name a few. Each year, roughly two-thirds of our interns come from EMU.
The EMU Foundation
Sami Tansel of the EMU Foundation is looking for an intern with an interest in social media to work with her at the Foundation.
Responsibilities would include:
- Drafting and scheduling social content for our EMU Alumni social platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
- Assisting in COVID messaging throughout the semester. This messaging reaches 100,000+ alumni
- Assisting in drafting newsletters reaching alumni, trustees, and faculty/staff
- Ad-hoc projects including social media, graphic design, marketing, and communication
Video editing experience is a plus.
The intern could work up to 20 hours per week. Starting pay is minimum wage with opportunities for a raise. As of right now, this is a remote work opportunity.
Interested students should contact:
Marketing and Communication Coordinator
Spring 2021 Capital Semester Program
The Fund for American Studies is committed to providing engaging opportunities for academic and professional growth to undergraduate students no matter the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
They are currently accepting applications for our Spring 2021 Capital Semester Program to be held in-person in Washington, DC.
TFAS will continue to follow, George Mason University, our academic partner's guidance on social distancing measures in the classroom and on campus.
Internship placements will follow the procedures of the individual organizations, with a combination of in-person and remote work. Guest lectures, briefings, networking and other special events will be a combination of virtual and onsite sessions based on city/local guidance.
Students applying by the October 15 early deadline will receive priority scholarship consideration.
2021 D-Ford Summer Internship
Visit their website for over 60 internships in a variety of sectors.
Ford Motor Company
Job Description & Qualifications
You’ll be part of a diverse and growing team of Designers (spanning Research, Prototyping, Business, Interaction, Product, and Communication), Design thinking facilitators, and Activators working together to bring humanity to mobility. During your time here you’ll build experience in:
Human-centered design best practices
The latest approaches to understanding unmet user needs
Ethnographic fundamentals applied to industry
Prototyping new experiences with various mediums and fidelities and testing them with people
Influencing and aligning internal and external stakeholders
You are a design thinker at heart; open-minded, curious, exploratory, iterative, and optimistic.
You will work across teams, doing what is necessary to steward excellent outcomes
You are able to see both the big picture and the small details, navigating the ambiguity of designing for complex, hairy problems.
You are confident and comfortable in interdisciplinary teams where harmonious collaboration is imperative.
Currently enrolled in a 4+ year undergraduate degree program or 2+ year graduate degree program
3.0 GPA or higher
Working knowledge of human-centered design processes and practices
Strong communication and interpersonal skills and demonstrate an ability to work with a project team to conceive, design, test, and develop new products and services.
Approach problems with an exploratory mindset, asking “why” and “how” before deciding on “what” to build.
Self-directed and self-motivated; a natural team player, creative thinker, and communicator. Ability to see the big picture, and at the same time be detail-oriented and delivery-focused.
Be able to balance speed vs. perfection in a fast-paced, scrappy environment.
The Estee Lauder Companies is the global leader in prestige beauty:
a well-diversified, brand-building powerhouse of unrivaled creativity and innovation.
We are a family company with family values and a rich history. We recognize people as our most important asset. We encourage our people to create, to innovate and to be entrepreneurs.
As a Global Communications Intern, you will support our efforts primarily in the digital/social space. This may include:
Collaborating with digital agencies to support asset development and trafficking
Spearheading social media monitoring/listening across all social media platforms
Brainstorming digital/social content ideas that can be implemented as part of our editorial calendars
Analyzing social media reports to provide recommendations that inform the larger strategy.
As an intern, you may attend content development and social media planning meetings to support creative strategy for corporate campaigns. You may also help to maintain the corporate website, including copy editing, organizing content and fact checking, as well as compiling corporate and brand press clips for executive management review.
Digital Content Management
Qualified candidates must have completed their Junior year by program start (June 2021) and on track to graduate in May 2022
Due to the evolving circumstances pertaining to COVID-19, the Summer 2021 program will likely be a hybrid (virtual & in-person) experience. Further confirmation to be determined based on company decisions and CDC guidelines.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Rock connects us. It’s why we’re here. Every generation has new sounds, new heroes, and new passions. What stays the same is that it’s music that brings people together. We’re all fans first. Even the greatest artists started with someone else’s song in their ears. The Rock Hall crew isn’t any different. We’re passionate fans who share stories about the power of rock & roll.
We are a not-for-profit organization that exists “to engage, teach, and inspire through the power of Rock & Roll.” We carry out this mission through our educational programs, our library and archives, and through the operation of our world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets Rock & Roll. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame values innovation, collaboration and intentional growth. Over the last 25 years, we have hosted 13 million visitors onsite. Passion for music is a must.
We are searching for talented, career-driven college and graduate school students to share their skills and support Rock Hall initiatives while learning from some of the best in the industry. We offer project-based internships that push our interns to take it up a notch in a fast paced and exciting work environment. Check out our deadlines and requirements below, and learn more about our specific internship opportunities and apply for an internship by selecting your desired session.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.
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Kellog Brand Marketing Internship
As a Brand Marketing Intern with Kellogg for Summer 2021, you’ll experience what’s it’s like to be an Associate Brand Manager with a company that delights the world through foods and brands that matter! You will have the opportunity to gain exposure to all areas of Marketing including Brand, Innovation, Insights, Media (including Digital) and Marketing Operations.
You’ll be part of our success while also shaping your own future by gaining relevant training and experience. Come hungry to learn – and snack – on great brands and products. Pop-Tarts, anyone?
HERE’S A TASTE OF WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
• Brand Management – You will be working with some of our iconic brands (Pringles, Pop Tarts, Eggo and more!) to assist in many aspects of marketing, including new product launches, marketing communication and media effectiveness.
• Analytics & Insights – You will provide business analysis of category trends, consumption, competitive brands, production and inventory management. You will help develop appropriate business plans by analyzing business segments, targets or other opportunities.
• Collaborating for Success – Teamwork is key. You will be collaborating with internal and external resources, including agency partners, to develop effective & impactful plans.
• Commercial Planning – You will work with commercial partners (sales, revenue growth management, shopper marketing) to help develop, plan and execute elements of commercial programs & activations while tracking and analyzing key business measures including volume, share, pricing, distribution and promotional activity.
YOUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
• 1st year MBA student with an emphasis on Marketing
• Minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA
• Ability to demonstrate strong leadership
• Proven track record in collaborating with others
• A passion to build strong and enduring relationships with consumers through brands
• Previous marketing or sales experience
• Nielsen experience
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?
As part of the Kellogg Internship program, you will participate in a corporate onboarding orientation at our World Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan (Cereal City, USA!).
The program includes executive exposure, previous intern panels, networking and social events, community activities and more. Not to mention the incomparable “Pure Michigan” summertime experience! This paid internship requires a 12-week, full-time commitment starting May 2021. Relocation advising and sign-on bonus provided – and did we mention we have plenty of snacks?
The summer concludes with a Final Showcase event and presentation to senior-level functional leaders. Come join our Kellogg Family! The summer internship will be located at our World Headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan. What’s not to love? Apply today and find out what it’s like to #InternAtK!
Google BOLD Internship, Summer 2021
The Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Internship Program is a paid summer internship to occur the summer between a student's junior and senior year. It is a program for students that are interested in business careers in the technology industry and full-time job opportunities at Google. We’ve designed our program to expose historically underrepresented students in this field to career opportunities in the industry and to prepare all entry-level talent to be ambassadors for diversity, equity, and inclusion in their careers. Students from all schools, and students who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology industry, including but not limited to Black, Hispanic, Native American, students with disabilities, and veterans, are encouraged to apply.
BOLD interns are placed on teams across the company in fields of work including but not limited to Sales, Services & Support, gTech (support and operations), Marketing & Communications, Program Management and People Operations (Google's Human Resources). Their work is core to Google and varies in scope and in length - ranging from the day-to-day work of a full-time Googler to a single long-term project lasting the duration of the internship.
BOLD interns also participate in targeted training and experiences and have the opportunity to take advantage of the learning and development programs and support systems that Google offers. This includes 1:1 mentorship, an exclusive speaker series with company leadership, custom learning and development sessions, and opportunities to create community. We recognize that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) are critical components of leadership for all Googlers so we ensure these topics are integrated throughout the summer’s programming.
Our ultimate goal is to bring great talent to Google.
Dow Jones News Fund
The Dow Jones News Fund invites college juniors, seniors and graduate students to apply for paid summer 2021 internships in data journalism, digital media, business reporting and multiplatform editing. The application deadline is Nov. 9.
The News Fund will select up to 80 college journalists for internships with news organizations across the country. Those selected will also benefit from week-long, pre-internship training, $1,500 scholarships, memberships to journalism groups and access to the DJNF alumni network for jobs and mentoring.
To be considered, students must apply by Nov. 9, and take a timed, online qualifying test. Due to the disruption caused by the pandemic, college faculty will not monitor tests this year but will still play an important role in promoting these opportunities to students. (Learn more)
Students can apply to any or all of the following programs:
Data Journalism: Those who love logic and numbers with an appetite for investigative journalism, are encouraged to apply for this program led by Investigative Reporters and Editors. The training covers how to make Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, learning computer-assisted reporting, analyzing and cleaning data in order to tell rich, often hidden, stories. Interns are placed at well-respected newspapers, digital publications and nonprofit news sites.
Digital Media: Interns will build their professional portfolios at newspapers, news websites or TV or radio stations. Pre-internship training equips interns to stay ahead in a rapidly evolving media ecosystem, including tips and tools for working with video, audio, data visualization, web analytics, social media and more.
Business Reporting: Strong reporters and writers with an eagerness to dive into an exciting beat should apply for the business reporting program. Interns spend a week drilling-down on finance, investing, labor issues and mergers and acquisitions before beginning work for daily newspapers, niche publications, newswires, industry publications and American City Business Journals newsweeklies.
Multiplatform Editing: Students who are passionate about accuracy, fact-checking, grammar and spelling should apply for the multiplatform editing program. During training, interns hone their visual design, headline writing and line editing skills; help publish high-quality print and digital products on deadline; and strengthen their news judgment before working for newspapers, digital publications and nonprofit news sites.
The News Fund is partnering with American City Business Journals for a seventh summer to recruit and train 10 business reporting interns. The goal is to identify students who already live or go to school in one of ACBJ's 44 markets, to increase the potential for employment after the internship ends.
DJNF interns trained and worked remotely in 2020. The News Fund has not determined if the 2021 training programs and internships will be remote, in-person or a mix. We will consult with our media partners, residency directors and follow guidance of state and local authorities. If the pre-internship trainings are in-person the News Fund will pay for interns’ travel, housing and meals. Interns are responsible for their housing and transportation costs during their internships. Students who return to school or have federal loans will receive $1,500 college scholarships.
College juniors, seniors and graduates enrolled full-time on Nov. 9 are eligible to apply, including December graduates. U.S. students studying abroad and international students already in the U.S. with work visas are also eligible.
To apply, students should visit the programs page on the News Fund's website. After applying, students will receive an email from HireVue with the link to the timed, online test to be completed within 72 hours. Students can prepare for the test by taking practice tests found here.
General Motors Communication Intern, Summer 2021
General Motors is looking for a group of stellar juniors to join us (hopefully) in Detroit next summer as a Communications Intern! This potential intern may be able to gain experience in one of the following buckets:
Product/Brand: Media relations, product knowledge, story pitching, teamwork and collaboration with other functions (Marketing, Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering), along with executive communications.
Manufacturing: Employee communications, product knowledge, negotiating with union partners, media relations, public policy/government relations, community relations, crisis management, business leadership team dynamics.
Corporate: Employee communications (IC role), media relations, issues management, collaborating with senior leaders, story pitching, broadcast, internal events management.
Interested students should apply through careers.gm.com and search “Global Communications Intern”. The deadline to apply is October 30. Should they have any questions, please feel free to reach out Jamie Ward.