Friday, November 20, 2009

Paid Agency Internship in OKC

Anglin Public Relations is a full-service public relations firm in Oklahoma City, providing research, consultation, planning, and program implementation to help businesses communicate more effectively with existing clients and reach potential new clients.

Program Goal:
The internship program at Anglin Public Relations is designed to provide interns with a realistic, hands-on perspective of the public relations profession. In the process, interns gain valuable, resume-building skills, experiences and work samples.

Scope of Responsibilities:

  • Write and edit correspondence including letters, news releases, web stories and magazine articles for a variety of clients.
  • Provide media relations planning, support and follow up.
  • Assist with client promotions and events.
  • Assist with formal and informal research projects.
  • Participate in the planning and creative process for developing public relations and advertising campaigns and programs.
  • Collaborate and communicate with other members of the public relations team.

Candidate Should Have:

  • Academic approval for internship course credit.
  • Completed at least two years of study in journalism/public relations degree tract.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, e-mail, Internet and Powerpoint.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • Experience and familiarity with basic journalism practices and AP style.
  • Strong desire to participate in a team environment.
  • Professional dress and demeanor.
  • At least 20-25 hours a week to devote to the internship. Hours are flexible.

Applicants must be enrolled in college. Graduates will not be considered.

$7.25 per hour. Position does not qualify for benefits. Semester-long internships are available year-round. Submit cover letter and resume to:
Kinsey Crocker
Anglin Public Relations, Inc.
201 N.W. 63rd, Ste. 305
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Office: (405) 840-4222 Fax: (405) 840-4333

Nonprofit Healthcare Internship in OKC - Probably Unpaid

Job Description
We are passionate about achieving tangible results that benefit people.

Get your foot in the door. Rather than shuffle papers around or make thousands of copies, work side-by-side with experts. You'll enjoy the satisfaction of seeing your work make a difference while you gain valuable job experience.

At the ADA, an internship assignment can be just for the summer or as long as a couple of semesters. But no matter how much time you spend with us, you'll immediately be plunged into real, meaningful assignments.

You'll apply your educational knowledge to real-life situations while using your own creativity. You won’t be limited to the department or organization where you began your assignment. During your assignment, we want you to learn about the whole ADA culture. It's not just how we work, but also about friendship and community. In our atmosphere of mutual support, you'll develop professional relationships that can continue throughout the years.

Duration: Flexible to student schedules

Hours: This internship is unpaid and allows flexible hours.

Office Hours: The office is located at 3000 United Founders Blvd. Suite 108, Oklahoma City, OK 73112. Our office hours are 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.

Description and Responsibilities: This opportunity is available at our Western Oklahoma Office located in Oklahoma City, OK. This position serves as a support position to help promote Oklahoma City area events such as the Tour de Cure, Diabetes Alert Day, Address to the Business Community, Step Out; Walk to fight Diabetes, Family Link and additional events/programs as needed, which benefit the education, advocacy and research of the American Diabetes Association.

  • Participate in local public relations and media efforts through preparation of media kits
  • Maintain and update a media list
  • Help to develop the messages and guide the design of program brochures, fliers, registration postcards, fund-raising templates and other materials
  • Attend events/programs
  • Gain experience in managing a budget
  • Complete administrative duties as assigned

Requirements: * Excellent writing, research and communication skills * currently enrolled as an upper-level Undergraduate student * Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Internet and e-mail.

The ADA is the largest voluntary health organization in the United States that deals with diabetes and its complications. The mission of ADA is to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. The money raised through our various fund-raising events supports diabetes research and educational programs aimed at generating awareness of diabetes and its seriousness, and educating children and adults on how to better care for this disease.

Email Resumes: Jennifer Houchins,

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

PR Agency Internship in OKC - Spring

Public relations firm Crosby~Volmer International Communications and Creative Oklahoma have teamed up to offer qualified students or recent graduates the exciting opportunity for a collaborative Spring 2010 internship.

Benefits to intern:

  • Gain valuable industry knowledge
  • Build resume by accumulating evidence of abilities
  • Make professional contacts

Daily duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Compiling media lists
  • Writing press releases
  • Extensive research and organizational projects
  • Making pitch and follow up calls
  • Assisting with social media plans and strategies
  • General administrative duties


  • Organized and detailed orientated with a proven ability to multi-task
  • Able to adhere to strict deadlines and take detailed direction
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel desired
  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Ability to conduct research through various methods

Communications, Journalism, and Public Relations undergraduates or recent graduates will be given preference.

Time Commitment: 9+ hrs per week

Application Instructions:
We look forward to reviewing your application. Please send resume, cover letter and applicable writing samples or clips to Andrea Kurys at, with a subject of "Intern."

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Nonprofit PR Internship in OKC - Unpaid

The Harn Homestead Museum currently has the following internships available.

  • Special Events Internship
  • Development & Fundraising Internship
  • Education Internship
  • Marketing & Public Relations Internship

All internships offer a Flexible Schedule and a commitment of a minimum of 180 hours. Office Hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Some evening and weekend work is required during special events. Non-paid, University Credit Available

Company History:
The Harn Homestead is a non-profit historic museum dedicated to preserving the historic homestead that belonged to William Fremont Harn and to educating the public about the territorial years of Oklahoma. The museum encompasses 9.4 acres of original land run property and houses seven historical buildings. Annually over 15,000 public, private and home-school children participate in the museum’s hands-on educational programming. In addition, another 10,000 guests visit the property for tours of Mr. & Mrs. Harn’s historic home. The Harn Homestead is available for private parties and corporate and civic events and also has four awareness events and one large fundraiser annually.

Job Description:

  • Special Events Internship - Internship primarily responsible for assisting Executive Director with the execution of the Harn Homestead Museum’s 4th annual “Fondue Fandango” fundraiser and the 24th annual “Land Run Re-enactment” event. Duties may include soliciting auction prizes, coordinating event logistics, managing deadlines, coordinating invitation mailings, poster distribution, and other publicity for the event.
  • Development & Fundraising Internship – Internship primarily responsible for assisting Executive Director with fundraising and development efforts for the Harn Homestead Museum. Duties may include database management, coordination of direct mail fundraising solicitation, data entry, and grant research.
  • Education Internship – Internship primarily responsible for assisting Education Director with the Harn Homestead Museum’s successful educational field trip program. Duties may include contacting teachers to schedule a field trip, working with elementary students during their program, public speaking, data entry, coordination of gift shop inventory, and volunteer coordination.
  • Marketing & Public Relations Internship – Internship primarily responsible for assisting Executive Director with the Harn Homestead’s marketing and public relations plan. Duties may include scheduling the media to cover events, creating press releases, managing media database, managing Harn Homestead newsletter recipient database, poster distribution, and developing gorilla marketing, and social media/viral marketing opportunities.

Coursework in communications, public relations, special events, fundraising, education, history or related field preferred. Must possess a willingness to work with a diverse group of individuals in an outdoor environment. Must have good organizational, customer service, outside sales, public speaking, excellent computer and time management skills. Must be willing to dress in historic costumes that are provided when needed. Work is both outdoors and indoors and does entail a lot of walking and standing.

All applicants need to send a resume with a cover letter outlining the internship for which you are applying to Cher Golding at 1721 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or via email at No phone calls please. Since work is with elementary school children, qualified applicants will also need to undergo a background check.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Nonprofit Indian Heritage Internship - Unpaid

Red Earth, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization with a mission to promote the rich traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival, a museum and fine art markets. Since 1978 the organization has operated the Red Earth Museum, open every day inside Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. The organization also produces the award-winning Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival held every June.

PURPOSE: The Red Earth internship program is designed to provide experience in public relations, event planning, marketing and related areas, as well as guide students in learning about career options.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
1. Dissemination of information about the Red Earth Museum and Red Earth Festival to appropriate audiences
2. Assist in the preparation of news releases
3. Assist in the planning, organization and staffing of fully-functioning press room open throughout the Red Earth Festival scheduled June 18-20, 2010 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown OKC
4. Promotional and special events (press conference at the Oklahoma State Capitol, museum exhibit openings, special events, etc)
5. Website administration
6. Any additional duties deemed necessary

Qualified intern is encouraged to participate in as many areas of Red Earth, Inc as possible. This is an unpaid internship, but may be used for college credit. Intern is required to work a minimum of 8 hours per week during semester.

DEADLINE: Until position is filled.

Email or fax resumes to:
Eric Oesch, Deputy Director/Director of Communications
Red Earth, Inc
(405) 427-5228 Fax: (405) 427-8079

Paid Nonprofit Political Internship in OKC - Deadline Nov. 15

OFRG Announces Internship Program

College students to get up-close look at governmental process

(Oklahoma City, OK) Oklahomans for Responsible Government is proud to announce the start of an internship program that will offer college students the opportunity to work in several areas including communications, research and governmental relations.

“I was fortunate to be able to serve as an intern at the State Capitol during college, so I know how much it can help a student put what they’re learning into practice,” said Brian Downs, OFRG Executive Director.

Applications will be accepted through November 15th for the first internship period which will run from January 15th through May 15th which includes most of the next legislative session. Two internships will be awarded with the winners notified by December 1st. Application forms are being sent to area universities and are also available online at

“The work we do at OFRG spans a wide range of interest for college students,” said Downs, “and our small staff means that interns will benefit directly from our experience in public relations, communications and state government policy.”

OFRG plans on having three internship periods per year, coinciding with the spring and fall semesters and the summer break.

Oklahomans for Responsible Government is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility, transparency, and accountability in state government. For more information, please visit
Pam Pettyjohn
Administrative Assistant
Oklahomans for Responsible Government
1110 N. Classen Drive, Suite 203
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405-606-6565 Office

Spring PR Internship in Tulsa at Rex PR

• Purpose
– Assist the firm staff in public relations research, planning, implementation and evaluation for a variety of clients.
• Qualifications
– Completion of at least one year of college studying public relations, journalism, marketing, communications or a related field
– Proficiency in AP Style
– Strong writing, organizational, interpersonal and computer skills are required
– Ability to create ideas that impact
– Self-motivated
– Fluent in Microsoft Word and Excel
• Hours
– A minimum 20 hours per week is required for associates
• Job Description
– Conduct research and maintain databases on an assortment of projects. Examples include maintaining media lists, tracking media results, maintaining resource files, obtaining vendor bids, and conducting online research.
– Assist in implementing a variety of client projects. May include planning special events and news conferences, writing and proofreading news releases and responding to correspondence.
– Participate in some client meetings.
– Provide some administrative support.
– Other duties as required by the Rex Associate Program (available upon request)

About Rex
Rex fuses creativity and an understanding of the marketplace to foster cost-effective, total solutions for communication challenges. We believe in an integrated approach that encompasses public relations, creative services, digital services and events.

To Apply
E-mail a cover letter, resume and writing samples to or send to:

Nicole Morgan
Director of Accounts and Operations

401 S. Boston Ave., Suite 2300
Tulsa, OK 74103

Questions? Call (918) 599-0029 or visit

Political D.C. Internships - Deadline Nov. 18



Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with Georgetown University, Capital Semester – Political Journalism Track combines substantive internships, courses for academic credit, professional development activities, site briefings and lectures led by working journalists.
Applications will be accepted until the extended deadline of November 18, 2009 for Spring 2010. There is a substantial amount of scholarship funding available, and awards are made based on financial need and merit.

Capital Semester combines hands-on professional experience in the journalism or communications field for 25 hours a week with a challenging academic experience. This fast-paced, residential program provides students from around the world with the opportunities to gain an edge in today’s competitive job market and graduate school admissions, and experience the excitement of Washington first-hand.

· Internships – Placements with top news and media organizations as well as communications and PR firms
· Classes – 12 transferable credits from Georgetown University
· Housing – Roommate matching and furnished Capitol Hill apartments in the heart of D.C.
· Guest Lectures – With Washington’s top print and broadcast journalists
· Site Briefings & Visits – At USA Today, the Newseum, World Bank, State Department and U.S. Capitol
· Leadership & Professional Development – Leadership, mentoring and career building activities
· Networking – Interaction with seasoned professionals and student journalists from around of the world
· Scholarships – Generous scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need

For more information and an online application, please visit our website Should you have any questions, please email Mary Connell at or call 1-800-741-6964.

Ad Agency Internships in OKC

Ackerman McQueen has several internships available to students during the
fall, spring and summer. To apply, students should email a cover letter and
resume to Jennifer Heck at in PDF or Word format;
including GPA, planned graduation date and areas of interest. AM
internships are unpaid and for course credit only. Students must be eligible
to receive course credit. Students in graduate college will be considered as
long as they can receive course credit.

We will contact students for an interview after reviewing their cover letter,
resume and, if required, a portfolio. We will stop taking resumes when all
internship positions have been filled, or until the last day of enrollment for
the semester for which the student is applying.

There is a level of responsibility, integrity and confidentiality expected of all
AM employees and interns. We encourage interns to take their internships
seriously as this is also an extended interview. The quality of the experience
is dependent on the intern’s interest, dedication and assertiveness.

Copywriting or Creative Services internship applicants:
If applying for a position in Copywriting or Creative Services, the student
should prepare a portfolio of their best work to‐date as a leave‐behind.
Students who do not send in a Creative or Writing portfolio will not be
considered for these internships.

Included are the descriptions for potential internships: Copywriting,
Creative Services, Marketing, Account Services, Interactive, Broadcast
Production, Audio Production, Media and Rotating.

Up to 2 positions are available. Portfolio required with application.
Working in the Creative Services department, you will have hands‐on
experience with proofing ads, copy preparation, photography or stock image
searches, copywriting, working with and assisting professional copywriters,
and miscellaneous duties in terms of posting and distributing items within
our system, and following up on questions with account teams – i.e., Account
Executives, Creative Directors, etc.

Please prepare a portfolio of several examples of your writing to leave
with us and include your resume and cover letter.

Up to 2 positions are available. Portfolio required with application.
Graphic Design and Advertising students welcome to apply.

In Creative Services, you will have hands‐on experience with various client
and agency projects, creating a layout and mechanical, applying client
feedback to each job/project, occasional transcription, finding/selecting
images for ads, learn how the artists and team operate, project management,
assisting any Creative Services personnel as needed and much more. This is
a fast‐paced environment with quick deadlines and particular client needs.
Your experience is only limited by your assertiveness and dedication.

Please prepare a portfolio to leave with us and include your resume
and cover letter.

One position is available.
Ackerman McQueen’s Marketing Department has several aspects
and students will learn a variety of marketing related tasks during their time
with us. Primarily, students will have hands‐on experience in conducting
and analyzing both secondary and primary research, including tabulating
data, creating PowerPoint presentations, formatting questionnaires,
observing and analyzing focus groups, conducting background research,
competitive analysis, working with Media on competitive spending,
developing preliminary positioning and client interaction. This can be an
intense environment with quick deadlines and volumes of work.

One position is available.
In Account Services, you will have hands‐on experience with
researching/writing job tickets (aka creative briefs), assisting with phone
calls, taking accurate messages from clients, attending photoshoots,
coordinating traffic for on‐air commercials, organizing/distributing/filing
invoices, preparing presentation materials, preparing for agency and client
meetings, assisting Account Executives as needed and much more. You will
learn how Account Executives coordinate projects (internally and
externally) to meet the client’s objectives and strategies. This environment is
stressful and fast‐paced. You are expected to be polite and well dressed at all
times, due to the nature of clients calling and/or arriving for meetings and
unexpected drop‐ins.

Up to 2 positions are available.
Ackerman McQueen’s Interactive Department provides all interactive needs
required by the agency. Primarily, the Interactive Department works
on various projects from multimedia web portals, full corporate websites
and microsites to HTML email templates. On the creative side, they use the
Adobe Design Suite and Web Suite IE: Photoshop, Illustrator, inDesign, Flash
and DreamWeaver. On the development side, they code in Flash, HTML,
Javascript, AJAX and pretty much all the hot new Web 2.0 technologies. They
are willing to teach, but wish to have highly motivated students with a
graphic design background who are interested in developing themselves in
multimedia/interactive. The Interactive Department can be an intense
environment with quick deadlines and volumes of work.

Up to 2 positions are available.
The Broadcast Production department produces, edits and dubs all visual
(and some audio) aspects of making television commercials. Hands‐on
experience will include AVID technology, Final Cut Pro, DVD authoring, tape
duplication (D‐Beta, Beta, and VHS), watching reels from internationallyacclaimed
directors, sitting in on production meetings, assisting editors and
much more. This can be an intense environment with quick deadlines and
volumes of work. This can also be a very fun, active department and we are
proud of the work we do for our clients and the experience we provide our

Up to 2 positions are available.
Ackerman McQueen’s Golden Voice is the in‐house recording facility that
provides all audio needs required by the agency. Golden Voice offers
internships for highly motivated students interested in pursuing careers in
audio post production. An internship in Golden Voice is an opportunity to
work with a talented team of artists and other professionals who do
incredible creative work in an atmosphere that is both dynamic and highly
collaborative. Students will gain hands‐on experience with audio recording,
editing, mixing theories and techniques, labeling, dubbing, shipping,
archiving materials, assisting in music searches and original compositions,
overall post‐production workflow, music and SFX library management and
much more.

Up to 2 positions are available.
The Media Department has several aspects and you will have a variety of
responsibilities during your time with us. You will have hands‐on experience
with buying software such as Smart‐Plus and Ad Aid, planning/reference
materials such as Nielsen TV books, SRDS, Lifestyle books, using media kits,
properly targeting audiences/demographics, Search Engine Marketing and
much more. This can be a fast pace environment with quick deadlines where
accuracy is key. It is possible that you will assist with any or all stages of the
media planning & buying process: from drafting competitive analyses to
assisting buyers gather information. You should be comfortable calculating
basic statistics, percentages and 15% commission. You should also have
down the basics of working within Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and
Microsoft PowerPoint.

Up to 5 positions are available.
Students rotate through five departments over the term – Account Services,
Media, Creative Services/Traffic, Broadcast Production and Audio
Production. You will have light hands‐on experience in each department as well as the opportunity to observe, work with professionals and make contacts for future reference. A rotating internship can offer insight into the agency environment and can be a valuable experience as you strive to identify your own areas of interest. You may apply for additional internships in a particular department once you’ve completed a rotating internship, should you find an area that interests you.

Somewhat Paid Nonprofit Internship in OKC - Deadline Nov. 20

Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency’s mission is to help place people in homes. Recognized as the industry leader, OHFA makes a difference in the lives of Oklahomans by fulfilling their housing needs and dreams. OHFA offers nine housing programs ranging from a homeless program and rental assistance to housing development and home ownership. OHFA is entrusted with hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funds and other authorizations each year to address the affordable housing needs of many Oklahomans.

Purpose: The OHFA internship program is designed to provide experience in communications and public relations, as well as provide students with opportunities to develop their portfolio.

OHFA communications/PR interns will:

  • obtain desktop publishing experience
  • work on event planning
  • enhance newsletter writing skills
  • create projects using Adobe Creative Suite
  • network with industry professionals
  • build an impressive portfolio

Hours are flexible and college credit is available.

Interns can earn up to a $300 stipend.

Interested juniors or seniors should email their resume and cover letter to: Diana Rogers, Communications Specialist, (Subject line: Internship)

Deadline to apply is November 20 or until filled.

Mostly Unpaid Political Internship in OKC

Oklahoma State Senate
State Capitol, Room 309-20
2300 North Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4808

Internship Announcement: Senate Communications Division
(Unpaid position/For college credit only.)

Spring Semester – 2010 (Limited number of positions available.)

Preference: Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students with a GPA of 3.0 or better

Preference: A major or minor emphasis in journalism, public relations, political science or government

Preference: Students who commit to intern February through the month of May.

Application Deadline: December 15, 2009, (or until the positions have been filled).

Internship Description:
Interns for the Senate Communications Division are responsible for assisting staff with day to day responsibilities, including distribution of news clippings internally, as well as filing and faxing press releases. Interns may also be required to write "form" press releases which require specific information to be entered into a standard template. Interns may also be asked to assist the communications staff during press conferences and other media events. Work hours will be arranged to fit the student’s schedule. Morning work hours are preferred.

Criteria for intern applicants with the Senate Communications Division:

  • Applicants should be able to touch-type, with a net speed of approximately 45 wpm.
  • Applicants must have good internet skills and be adept at using the internet for research, writing, and emailing press releases.
  • Applicants will interview for the intern position.

A $100 transportation stipend is provided at the successful completion of the internship.

An internship with the Senate Communications Division will provide students insight as to the relationship between elected officials and the media as well as a first hand look at representative democracy in action. Interested students should have a high interest in government and communications, be responsible and accountable for their work, and behave in a mature and professional manner in the office setting.

First, contact your college campus Journalism, Public Relations, Political Science, or Government Internship Department about the college requirements regarding internships used for college credit.

Contact Cathey Jo Warner, Intern Coordinator, Oklahoma State Senate, 405/530-2353, or at

Nonprofit Arts Internship in OKC - Unpaid

The Arts Council of Oklahoma City, a private non-profit corporation, is currently recruiting for intern positions in the assistance and implementation of projects and programs for 2009-2010. This is a non-paid program. Academic approval for course credit for internship is negotiable.

The Internship
The qualified intern provides administrative support and clerical services to the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, assisting in areas such as Events, Public Relations, and Development.

The intern will assist in the planning, implementation, and execution of the Arts Council of Oklahoma City events: Opening Night, Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival, Sunday Twilight Concert Series and Festival of the Arts. The intern will also assist with the Plaza Artist Jury, which is responsible for the selection of the festival’s artists.

The intern will assist in public relations, writing press releases, updating the website, taking photographs, creating media credentials and press kits, tracking press clippings and editing print pieces.

The intern will work in fund-raising for the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, with opportunities to assist in grant proposal and report writing, and prospect research. Duties may include data processing of donor gifts and acknowledgments and preparation of direct mail solicitations.

Ample opportunity for meeting many of Oklahoma City’s business and cultural leaders is also available with this internship.

General Information
Since Arts Council Interns will assist with volunteer and meeting organization, mass mailings, and updating and maintaining database records, good organizational skills are required. Self-motivation and the capability of organizing the workload within an established system and time frame are extremely important. Experience in dealing with the public, good communication skills, and interpersonal "people management" skills are preferred. Business hours at the Arts Council are 9A.M. to 5P.M. The hours required for the internship are 8-10 hours per week, but hours are flexible depending on the intern’s school schedule. Knowledge of Microsoft Windows 98, Word or WordPerfect and Access are preferred. To learn more about the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, please visit our website:

To apply, submit transcript and/or resume, two letters of recommendation, and a cover letter:
Gilbert Magdaleno
Festival Internship Program
Arts Council of Oklahoma City
400 West California
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Questions? Contact Gilbert Magdaleno at (405)270-4895 or email

Nonprofit Internship in OKC - Unpaid in Spring

Rebuilding Together OKC makes free home repairs and modifications for low-income senior homeowners in the greater OKC area. We worked at 173 homes last year with the help of over 2,500 volunteers. We are seeking an unpaid intern to help promote our services and our fundraising events. To learn more about our organization, visit

Responsibilities may include:

  • Prepare press releases and coverage regarding organization’s activities and events
  • Assist with media tracking and planning
  • Coordinate and implement marketing projects to increase organization awareness.
  • Assist with social media plans and strategies
  • Assist in writing and editing quarterly Newsletter; possibly develop an eNewsletter
  • Manage and assist with website
  • Design and create agency collateral materials including brochures, ads, flyers, etc.
  • Take photos and create a photo library
  • Help with donor and volunteer recognition


  • Major in public relations, journalism, marketing or communications
  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Organized and detailed orientated with a proven ability to multi-task
  • Self-motivated and able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Knowledge of desktop publishing software
  • Basic knowledge of website maintenance
  • Friendly, outgoing, helpful personality

Hours: Based upon individual schedule
Unpaid position; College Credit potential

Please send resume and cover letter to Valerie Aubert -