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SLO Cyclist

SLO Cyclist is an online publication with a large readership. We are dedicated to everything road cycling with a humorous edge and a personable voice that encourages readers to engage with our content.
 
Under the guidance of the Editor-In-Chief, the Marketing and Social Media Intern will engage with readers via our social media outlets, learn to implement growth hack techniques, and assist with marketing campaigns and promotions. Excellent communication skills and an understanding of social media outlets highly desired. Since the intern will engage directly with fans, she or he will also learn proper modes of communication within the PR sphere and according to our publication’s standards.
 
Candidates must be able to commit to 8-10 hours per week, unpaid, but with a highly flexible schedule—must be able to meet regular deadlines as set by the Editor-In-Chief, and meet on a predetermined schedule to discuss progress, ask questions, and set new goals. 
 
Qualifications:
-Strong research and writing skills
-Experience working with a variety of social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.

-Experience in Wordpress CMS and a working understanding of coding desired, but not required

Offered year round. If interested please contact:
 
Name: Bek Maples
Title: Editor-In-Chief
Email: bek@slocyclist.com
Phone: 805-878-4234
 
*posted 9/14/16

The Tribune

The Tribune sports department will have openings for part time journalism internships during the fall prep sports season starting late August. Night and weekend availability is required.
 
Responsibilities include taking game results over the phone from coaches and typing up stories and statistical summaries based on that information. Requirements include a general knowledge of sports, the ability to work well under deadline pressure and good spelling, grammar and punctuation skills.
 
Work shifts would be between 8 to 15 hours per week. The wage is $10 per hour.
Applicants must be current students at Cal Poly or Cuesta College or another accredited university and majoring in journalism or English preferably with a career goal to enter a journalism field.  Applicants should be available to start the internship the week of August 24.
 
If interested, please e-mail a resume, cover letter, and list of references to hr@thetribunenews.com or mail materials to:
Human Resources, The Tribune, PO Box 112, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406
 
*posted 9/14/16

EverSport

EverSport is a fast-growing startup based in Silicon Valley, revolutionizing how live sports content is brought to fans around the world. We're an impassioned, dedicated and fun group of experienced media executives committed to streaming the best live sporting events across multiple digital platforms. 
 
We are currently seeking interns who love sports and are interested in storytelling around the great content hosted and streamed by EverSport. Using some of the most innovative tools in streaming video and multi-platform content production, as an intern you'll help cut highlights and clips for use across EverSport's various distribution channels including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms. You'll also get to flex your writing muscles, creating content for EverSport's new blog.    
 
We are seeking self-motivated individuals who have a passion for sports journalism and digital media, and the content that can be generated from live, longform sporting events.
 
Responsibilities
  • Create highlights and clips of games and other sporting events instantly from our live streams 
  • Writing posts for a sports blog that focuses on a variety of sports, including college
  • Contribute to social content creation and distribution
 
Requirements & skills
  • Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Media, Journalism/Broadcast Journalism, Mass Communications, Public Relations, or Communication Arts 
  • Familiarity with non-linear editing software such as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, Avid
  • Familiarity and experience with various social media platforms.               
  • Strong organizational and communication skills with keen attention to detail and problem-solving skills 
  • Knowledge of MS Office applications, especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 
  • Experience/interest in web content tools including Wordpress and Drupal
 
Interested? Please send resumes and relevant links or work samples to jobs@eversport.tv

Campus Sports.net

Looking for students with strong work ethic who would be willing to commit and dedicate themselves to our long term future, and building the Campus Sports brand.
We offer young writers and editors the opportunity to gain valuable experience and build a portfolio in the field of journalism, specifically sports journalism. Our site covers everything from college football to campus life, and we know that there are no better people to cover those topics than college students.

Hours per week:1-2 articles per week (3-5 hours)

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

Openings and Requirements:

Columnists. Columnists will be required to provide in-depth analysis and/or share their opinion about the hottest topics in college sports. All candidates must use their own equipment and the ability to hit scheduled deadlines. Columnists will work from home.

News writers. News writers must show the ability to produce content in a timely manner. News writers must be able to self-motivate and actively search for the latest breaking news and hot button issues in the college sports world. All candidates must use their own equipment and have flexible schedules that would allow the ability to cover the news in real-time. News writers will work from home.

Campus Lifestyle writers. Lifestyle writers will focus not only on what is happening on campus, but what is being talked about. From uniform news to viral videos and feel-good stories on campus, Lifestyle writers will cover a wide variety of topics. All candidates must use their own equipment and the ability to work on-call. Lifestyle writers will work from home.

For more information on how to apply, take a look at Campus Sports flyer and the job description with contact info

*Posted 2-16-15*

California Mid-State Fair

Paid Internships 

Graphic Design emphasis: 

Overall design of our annual Official Program. Assist in the creation of print ads, posters, online ads, social media posts and targeted emails. 

Writing emphasis:

Writing Press Releases, Artist Biographies, and Event/Activity Descriptions. Assist in the creation of print ads, posters, online ads, social media posts and targeted emails. 

To apply and learn more about these positions, click here.

*posted 1/25/16*

NPG of California (KEYT/KCOY/KKFX)

A 12 week program where you will receive real-world, hands-on experience to help prepare you for full time employment. It is designed to provide an overview of newsroom operations from the perspective of the broadcast/digital content producer. At the end of each week, schedule time with the station News Director to review your progress, ask questions and receive feedback. 

This is a paid summer internship. Click here for more information

*posted 12/9/15*

New Times

Internships at New Times typically last three months. Hours of work are determined on an individual basis, but are relatively flexible as long as quality work is turned in on deadline. Interns are expected to be able work fairly independently, asking for help when necessary, taking constructive criticism in stride, pitching story ideas, and completing tasks in a timely manner. Work is assigned on a weekly basis with at least one long-term project to be completed during the internship. Basically, a student will get out of this internship what they put into it. Come to us expecting to work hard, be passionate, write, report, and learn.

If you are interested, please click here for more information.

*posted 12/9/15*

KCBX News

Interns hit the ground running at KCBX, helping to develop story ideas on day one. Their focus is on our news goals, which include longer-form stories that address issues facing the Central Coast, beyond the day-of news.

Finally, interns get a rare opportunity to have their work heard by a large listening audience. By the end of their term, interns have a body of work to add to their professional portfolio. Because KCBX is a nonprofit that runs with a large volunteer staff—and because the quarter system doesn’t give enough time to fulfill our teaching goals—we ask that interns stick with KCBX for an additional pre-defined term. This gives them an opportunity to create higher-quality material, while adding to their contribution to the station.

If you are interested, click here for more information.

*posted 12/3/15*

Copy Editing Internship, The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, CA)

The Tribune is offering a 6-month copy editing internship to a college junior or senior seeking a hands-on, learn-by-doing environment. Requirements: A love for the English language, as well as knowledge of AP style and grammar. A familiarity with InDesign (or similar design programs) is preferred. Previous internship and/or work on a college newspaper is also preferred.

Duties include writing print headlines, as well as SEO-friendly headlines for SanLuisObispo.com; copy editing wire and local stories and preparing the stories for online; and doing layout and story selection for print. This is a 12- to 16-hour-per-week position, starting immediately. The position pays $10 per hour.

The Tribune is a 36,000 circulation daily — the right size for successful applicants to get real-world newsroom experience. Our past interns have rated our program highly.

To apply, send a resumé, cover letter, and at least three clips or samples to Human Resources, The Tribune, P.O. Box 112, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406; or to hr@thetribunenews.com.

*posted 12/3/15*

News Intern, KSBY

At KSBY, the intern will have the opportunity to see close-up the daily operations in a television newsroom. 

Interns have opportunities to shadow reporters, photographers and producers. They also spend time writing first drafts of TV and web scripts, shooting and logging video, researching stories and editing their own packages. All activities are done under the direct supervision of a KSBY newsroom employee. The internships are unpaid and must be taken for college credit. For more information, contact KSBY intern coordinator Matt Van Slyke at mvanslyke@ksby.com or call 805-597-8404.

If you are interested, you may fill out the application form by clicking here.

*updated 12/1/15*

 

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