Ongoing Internship Opportunities

We have 5 internship programs but will only accept up to two interns per semester. This is a very competitive internship program and I would suggest early submissions.

Non-Profit Community Relations Intern -

Leadership Intern -

Communications Intern-

Marketing Intern -

Public Relations Intern –

Emma Starkey
Communications Coordinator
Heartland Visioning
120 SE Sixth Ave, Suite 110
Topeka, Kansas 66603

National Geographic - Editorial Research Intern in Washington, D.C.

Position Summary
Open to graduate students and juniors and seniors in college.
- The internship is full time, unpaid. Interns must arrange to receive college credit from their college or university.
- Academic interns are listed on the masthead as editorial assistants.
- Interns are relied upon to do professional, efficient work, mostly in story research, fact-checking, and planning. Interns are included in story-planning sessions and photo and layout reviews.

- Pre-story research (fleshing out story ideas).
- Research and fact checking for the print magazine.
- Research, fact checking, and writing for blog and website.
- Compiling information from our foreign editions.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Most successful candidates come to us with a journalism background or publication experience that involved reporting, such as on-campus newspapers or magazines. Familiarity with journalistic writing conventions, such as handling attribution, is required.

Additional Information
The internship is offered during the spring (January through May), summer (late May through August) and fall (September through December) semesters, to coincide with university schedules. School credit must be obtained for this internship, and there is no pay (except, of course, for the invaluable experience!). Please ask your academic adviser to verify that this internship would qualify for credit hours.
Please include cover letter with résumé.

Apply online at
Click on "Career Opportunities." Use search term: Traveler
If an internship is not posted, we are not seeking applications. Please do not apply by postal mail.

Instructional Services at WU is seeking students interested in the production of live video streams and cable rebroadcasts of Washburn Football, Volleyball and Basketball games. Available positions include: cameraperson, character generator operator, audio board operator, production assistant, and director. All positions will be responsible for equipment setup before, operation during and tear down after games. Students must also be dependable and punctual. Experience with cameras, switching, audio mixing, and/or character generators is preferred but not required.

Crew members will be paid $50 per game with a bonus of $10 per game if ALL games for a sport are worked. If earned, the total bonus will be paid at the end of the season.

For more information or to apply to be a member of the crew, contact Dale Rusche (670-1718), Lyall Ford (670-1866), or visit the Instructional Services offices located in Henderson, room 10.

Balfour Yearbook Internship Information

Who is Balfour?
Balfour is one of the nation's largest scholastic products and publishing provider. The printing facility located in Dallas, Texas encompasses more than one half million square feet of operating and warehousing space.

There are local Balfour Yearbook Representative(s) that help over one hundred yearbook staffs with their publications each year in over 220 counties in Kansas and Missouri. These professionals see to it that each school receives personalized service and attention. They help each of their customers with the planning, layout, photography and marketing of their yearbooks. They also bring ideas, advice and a personal commitment to customers by providing ways to save time, cut costs and realize a vision for the yearbook.

The local Balfour Yearbook Representative(s) also builds relationships in the area with non-customers in an effort to increase revenue and customer base. This is done through a visibility campaign that involves emails, phone calls and visit to schools. The goal is to coordinate meetings with non-customers to discuss their needs and create an assessment based on those needs. This assessment portrays how working with Balfour and the local Yearbook Representative(s) will provide an affordable, quality yearbook through personalized attention and service that exceeds expectations.

What internship position is available at Balfour?
Balfour is offering an internship opportunity to assist the area Yearbook Representative(s) with the following:
• Help create and drive successful visibility/marketing campaigns which results in making Balfour and the area Yearbook Representative(s) recognized names in the territory
• Design postcards, emails, brochures, flyers and other various collateral to distribute to non-customers
• Call/email assigned non-customers in the designated territory on a consistent basis in order to deepen the market penetration for Balfour
• Maintain in-depth information on non-customer schools by continually updating information, adding to mailing lists, etc.
• Respond or forward to area Yearbook Representative(s) non-customer inquiries within 24 hours
• Manage daily facebook and other social media updates as well as expanding our visibility and social media interest by brainstorming content such as contests or promotions.
• Complete other various tasks when requested by area Yearbook Representative(s)

What skills or qualities are pertinent to this internship at Balfour?

• Strong writing, proofreading, and communication skills
• Strong computer skills in Microsoft and Adobe programs
• Familiarity with social media networks including Facebook and Twitter
• Documented achievement in college level courses and active pursuit of a degree related to, but not limited to the following fields: Journalism, Communications, Business, Marketing.
• Good management of multiple assignments and timely completion of them
• Quick worker but with attention to detail
• Accurate, organized and up-to-date record-keeping of correspondences and schedule
• Positive outlook and creative problem solving when handling objections
• A proactive, not reactive approach when working
• Honest and professional with supervisors and contacts
• Independent worker with limited supervision
• Disciplined work ethic to achieve tasks and goals
• Comfortable communicating with diverse people mostly via telephone and email contact, but also in person
• Outgoing, confident and down-to-earth personality
• Efficient with and has access to a computer, the internet and a phone

What is expected of you as an intern at Balfour?
The length of the internship is 1 position per semester unless you are able to do an internship for multiple semesters or would like to continue on a volunteer basis. The position requires between 10-15 hours of work per week. Scheduling is flexible and created by you, but the most efficient work can be done in the morning and afternoon. Most of your responsibilities can be fulfilled working from home (there is not a location that you will be required to report to). There may be times when it will be necessary to meet with the area Yearbook Representative(s), your supervisor(s). When this happens, the meeting will be determined based on everyone’s schedule. You are responsible for communicating with the area Yearbook Representative(s) on a regular basis via email, face to face and telephone conversations. There will be a weekly conference call on Mondays and you will be expected to report to your supervisor via email every Friday. This position requires the intern to own a laptop, to have internet access, and to own a cell or home phone.
When are internships available?
2011 Spring Internship: March 1-May 31. (Deadline for application February 20)
2011 Summer Internship: June 1-August 31
2011 Fall/Winter Internship: September 1- December 15

What are the benefits of interning at Balfour?
• Earn internship credit (sorry this is an unpaid internship)
• Get real world experience in writing, graphic design, layout design or marketing and business while interacting with people and having fun
• Learn professional and leadership skills that involve creative thinking, attention to detail and time management
• Involve yourself in an activity outside of the classroom
• Do all of the above without having to leave campus or your home (a few meetings off campus may be necessary but will not be often)
• Active experience implementing convergent media in business and education settings

How do I apply for an internship at Balfour?
If you are interested in applying for the position, please email your resume highlighting your experience and accomplishments in communicating with people as well as two writing or design examples to moc.liamg|koobraey.yentihw#moc.liamg|koobraey.yentihw.

Please visit us at:
The Missouri Valley Balfour website:
Or find us on Facebook by searching Balfour-Taylor Yearbooks of Missouri Valley

Jostens Internship
JOB TITLE: YearTech Marketing Intern
NAME OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Betty Bacon, Senior Manager, eBusiness
NAME OF CONTACT PERSON: Matt Beier extension 5141

ABOUT JOSTENS: Jostens is comprised of dynamic teams of individuals who support the mission of schools, groups and teams by passionately helping people express themselves, celebrate experiences and traditions, recognize achievements and share their stories.

Founded in 1897, we offer a broad range of market leading products including school yearbooks, OurHubbub® MemoryBooks, scholastic products such as class rings and graduation products, and products for athletic champions and affiliation groups.

We value innovation, integrity, diversity and exceptional performance and want to make that apparent in every experience we deliver.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB: Assist product manager in executing the market strategy for technical products. Help develop and oversee implementation plans for yearbook technology products and educational materials for customers.

Essential responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Participate in project planning and develop customer materials to support customers’ yearbook planning and production.
• Help develop and update new and existing marketing materials
• Investigate, recommend & help develop alternative methods for delivering information to sales team and customers than traditional printed materials (e.g., web, multimedia).
• Evaluate usage of current product & promotional items
• Test and evaluate current software and make recommendations
• Assist in the implementation of new applications, upgrades and user testing/feedback

• Must possess excellent customer service skills and the ability to deal with difficult situations.
• Good organizational and multi-tasking skills
• Excellent copywriting and proofing skills
• Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office.
• Experience with Windows and Macintosh OS.
• Yearbook or equivalent publication experience preferred.
• Attention to detail is critical

All interested employees should complete an internal application that can be found in the wall file holder next to the bulletin board or in the HR Office. Please direct all inquiries regarding this position to Matt Beier, Human Resources, in the HR Office, extension 5141.

Paid Internship in Kansas City at Osborn & Barr

Consider on of these paid internships and several are offered - including media, creative, digital marketing, PR department internships.

Here the link:
Osborn & Barr,5,1,Documents

Internship • marketing • public relations • advertising
Family Service & Guidance Center of Topeka, a large nonprofit organization, is looking for a highly-motivated student who wants a diverse internship experience in marketing, advertising and public relations.

The intern will assist in….
• implementing the agency’s public relations/marketing/ development strategy
• special event planning
• representing the agency at special events
• distributing marketing and promotional materials
• internal and external communications
E-mail a letter of interest and resume to:
Amy Burns, JD
Director of Marketing & Public Relations
325 SW Frazier Ave.
Topeka, Kansas

The successful candidate will work approximately 15 hours a week and must have reliable transportation. We will be flexible with the right candidate’s schedule.

Publication Intern

The Collectibles Department publishes three magazines focused on the collection and restoration of antique machinery – Motorcycle Classics, Farm Collector and Gas Engine Magazine. Like our sister publications at Ogden Publications, we believe an editorial internship in our department will be a valuable experience for any motivated student.

Christian Williams
Associate Editor | Gas Engine Magazine
Online Editor |;
785-274-4380 | moc.sbupnedgo|smailliwwc#moc.sbupnedgo|smailliwwc

Part-time Intern for Search Engine Optimization

We are in search of a part time Intern (paid) to focus on Search Engine Optimization. We have 39 funeral homes in 8 different states. We have a variety of Parent/Child websites;;;; and Our most recent tracking shows our websites had over 108,000 hits in the past 30 days.

We are very flexible with the times they can work. The intern will be working with our marketing department in setting strategies, improving site structure, keyword lists and generating reporting. They will also be monitoring analyzing incoming web traffic.

Connie S Brown
Sr. Vice President,
Human Resources & Associate Development
Newcomer Funeral Service Group
Office (785) 233-6655 X 235
Fax (785) 233-5354

KTWU Internship

KTWU is in the process of launching a new series and would like to have a Washburn Student work with the station in the development of the series. KTWU offers a paid, one-year-long Leadership Scholarship for the selected student. The student will work an average of 10-hours per week throughout the year and will serve primarily as a Coordinating Producer, working closely with the Executive Producer, other producers, on-camera talent and guests. This will be a highly visible position with many responsibilities. The ability to multi-task, visualize and conceptualize is very important. Additionally, the selected student must have superb organizational skills.

The selected student will be involved in selecting show segments, developing topics, researching stories, selecting guests, writing scripts and working with the host. The series as a whole will have many components including live broadcast, pre-taped segments, skype technology, facebook and twitter. The work will be engaging, exciting, education and fun for the right student.

More specific information is available to review at the KTWU building or at the Mass Media department. (The Ray Makalous KTWU Leadership Scholarship)

Intern—St. Francis Health Center

A marketing, communications or mass media intern is wanted in the Marketing and Communications Department at St. Francis Health Center. The internship would involve high-quality writing for various publications and news releases; meeting deadlines; taking photographs; and other duties as required. Applicants should have the ability to work independently and manage multiple projects. Familiarity in Adobe Creative Suite desired. Please contact Eryn Myrick at St. Francis Health Center at 785-295-8918 or ten.sktfs|kcirym.nyre#ten.sktfs|kcirym.nyre.

Eryn Myrick
Marketing and Communications Specialist
St. Francis Health Center
1700 S.W. 7th St., Topeka, KS 66606
785-295-8918 | Fax: 785-295-7854

PAID INTERNSHIP The Kansas Association of Counties (KAC)

The Kansas Association of Counties (KAC) is a non-profit entity that works toward advancing the interests of Kansas county governments and the citizens they serve. The KAC provides legislative representation, technical assistance, leadership and professional education, and identifies resources to address the challenges faced by county government.

The KAC is in need of a year-long paid intern for 2010-2011 to assist the Conference & Meeting Planner/Education Coordinator with daily tasks related to the education program and numerous conferences & meetings. The position will include marketing events, assisting in securing speakers, facilities, caterers, tours, sponsors & exhibitors, brainstorming creative ideas, putting together press releases and marketing pieces, basic administrative tasks. The position also offers the opportunity to travel and work with local politicians from across the state.

This internship opportunity is very flexible. Optimal work would be 10-12 hours a week—with the opportunity to work more hours during peak times.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter to Sarah Meyer at gro.seitnuocsasnak|reyem#gro.seitnuocsasnak|reyem. You may call 785.272.2585 ext. 304 or email with any questions. Applications will be accepted until qualified candidate is found.

Sarah Meyer
Conference & Meeting Planner/Education Coordinator
Kansas Association of Counties
300 SW 8th, 3rd Floor
Topeka, KS 66603
(785) 272-2585 ext. 304

Fax (785) 272-3585

Intern needed for “Legislator’s Back to School Program” for the Kansas Senate.

I will need an intern with the following qualities/capabilities:

- Very well organized
- Outgoing and very professional
- The ability to write press releases and distribute to the media
- Comfortable corresponding with Senators
- Follow very detailed instructions

The intern will be assisting me in coordinating school visits for all 40 senators. They will need to be very professional as they correspond with both Senators and teachers to arrange visits. Juggling the schedules of all parties is often times a large task and they will need to be very organized. In addition, they need to be able to write press releases and distribute them to the media.

Contact me via e-mail at||rellim.ydnam or by phone at 785-296-2497.

Career Services
The following internships were recently posted or updated on BodJobs and might be of interest to students in your department. Please feel free to forward to interested parties. Students can access their free BodJobs accounts via the Career Services website at Thanks!
Job ID Organization Name Title
8205 The World Company Journalism Interns
8209 Perceptive Software Designer Intern

Kent McAnally, Director
Washburn University Career Services
"Where employers meet WU"
1700 SW College Avenue, Morgan Hall 123
Topeka, KS 66621
ude.nrubhsaw|yllanacm.tnek#ude.nrubhsaw|yllanacm.tnek/785-670-1450 /

Communications Intern for Visit Topeka Inc.

As the city’s convention and visitor’s bureau, Visit Topeka promotes Topeka as a destination for conventions, conferences, sporting events and vacations. With a recently redesigned Web site and a growing online presence that includes facebook, twitter, flickr, youtube and a blog, Visit Topeka needs a communications intern with a passion for social media and strong writing skills to strengthen our online relationships. Explore the world of corporate media and build your portfolio with great projects while gaining real world experience.
The communications intern will work with the communications manager to for develop and implement a plan to build and strengthen Visit Topeka’s social media presence by increasing our Facebook fans and Twitter followers. Status updates, uploading content like photos and videos, running online contests and analyzing the results will be a large part of the internship. The intern will also be responsible for writing articles, both print and online, as needed. Designing ads, print projects, event planning, and other duties will be involved based on experience.
Student majoring in communications, journalism, marketing, public relations, or related field
Strong writing skills, adapted to print and web
Effective communicator, self-motivated worker
Excellent online research skills, especially for hot trends and new programs
Ability to learn new web programs quickly
Experience with twitter, facebook, flickr, youtube¬

To apply, please send a short letter of interest and resume to:
Shalyn Marsh
Communications & Marketing Manager
Visit Topeka Inc.


The Topeka RoadRunners hockey team is entering their fourth season in Topeka; and second season with the new ownership group. The organization has made a lot of improvements under new owner, Donald D. Stone II; donating over $20,000 to the community, tripling their sponsorship and earning the South Division regular season title. The 2010-2011 season has prime opportunities for students with several different majors to get involved with this local team.

Internship opportunities offered:

• Graphic Design
• Public relations
• Sports management
• Marketing
• Photography
• Event coordinating

The NAHL recently announced Topeka as the next host team for the league’s end of the year tournament, the 2011 Robertson Cup. If you’d like to get involved please contact Jen Montgomery (contact information listed below).

1800 SW Exoduster Blvd.
Topeka KS 6612
785-286-PUCK (7825)

March of Dimes internship
I am looking for some event interns. Also, with our gala event coming up in the fall I’d be willing to work with a summer intern on an adjusted schedule.

Jenny Oxandale
March of Dimes, Division Director
Greater Kansas Chapter, Topeka Division
1133 S.W. Gage Blvd., #200
Topeka, KS 66604
telephone (785) 228-0084
fax (785) 228-2718

Newsroom Internship
Want to be the first to know what’s going on? The KMBZ Newsroom may be the place for you. We currently have openings for two coveted summer newsroom internships. It is your chance to see what a real, large market newsroom is like, plus get hands on experience. The internships are for college credit only. Website experience is a plus. Send your resume, cover letter and application to moc.zbmk|hcietn#moc.zbmk|hcietn or by mail to 7000 Squibb Rd. Mission, KS. 66202,
Attn: Nichole Teich - News Director KMBZ
Call 913-744-3600 for an internship application.

Entercom Kansas City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

KMBZ NewsRadio & 610 Sports KCSP – in Kansas City has ongoing openings for Promotions Interns for the Summer and Fall Semesters. If you know any students who are interested in pursuing a career in Marketing, Communications or Journalism, this would be a great opportunity for them to learn, network and gain hands on broadcasting skills.

As a Promotions Intern, your student will be able to sharpen broadcast style writing skills, assist with event planning and on-site event marketing. Promotions is a fun part of radio and we need energetic, hard workers who are focused on and committed to journalism.

Both KMBZ & 610 Sports are owned by Entercom, one America’s largest “radio only” broadcasting companies. Entercom owns eight stations in the Kansas City market including KXTR, KRBZ, KMBZ, KQRC, WDAF, KCSP, KSSN and KUDL.

Please pass along this information to your students. If anyone is interested, I can be reached Monday through Friday between 10:30a.m.- 4:00p.m. My e-mail address is moc.mocretne|palnuda#moc.mocretne|palnuda. Or they can send a resume to:
ATTN: Andrew Dunlap
7000 Squibb Rd
Mission, KS 66202

Andrew Dunlap
Promotions Assistant/Internship Coordinator
610 Sports Radio KCSP | News Radio 980 KMBZ
(913) 744-3827

This is your opportunity to get a great radio experience! NewsRadio 980 and 610 Sports are in search of outgoing, hard working and fun students that are willing to dive into the exciting world of radio… and learn all that radio has to offer! Interns will have some opportunity to gain experience working with other stations as well.

Here’s what we have to offer you:

➢ Learn from some of the Top Promotional Teams in K.C. radio.
➢ Learn all aspects of radio, including promotions, programming, sales, management, etc….
➢ Extremely flexible work schedule!
➢ A chance to help with live broadcasts
➢ Opportunity to work with concert and event promoters
➢ Participate in some of the biggest events in K.C.!
➢ Network network network!!!!

This must be for college credit and is unpaid

If interested…please email a resume to moc.mocretne|palnuda#moc.mocretne|palnuda
Or mail it to:

Andrew Dunlap
7000 Squibb
Mission, KS 66202

For more information, contact Andrew Dunlap at 913-744-3827

Internship, Kansas City

Sullivan Higdon & Sink, an advertising agency in Kansas City is currently accepting intern applications.
We are looking for Account Service/PR, Media and Creative interns this summer.

The deadline for submissions is fast approaching on February 15th and I would love to interview some applicants from Washburn. Below, I have added a link to the intern application page and to some intern posters that we have created to help spread the word.

Ashlee Smith | Senior Brand Contact Manager
"I set the odds on reality TV gambling."
Sullivan Higdon & Sink | 2000 Central | Kansas City, MO 64108
p. 816.283.4718 | f. 816.474.3427 |

Internship, assisting with ERC Designers' Showhouse.

1. Assisting with promotion efforts for the ERC Designers'
Showhouse. This could be things like helping with distribution of
materials, setting up media interviews, assisting with writing and sending
out media releases, doing a blog about Showhouse activities, maintaining our
FaceBook page, submitting information about activities for posting to ERC's

If time permits, they could also be involved with:
2. Developing marketing brochures for ERC programs related to child
3. Helping carry out activities in the agency's annual promotion
plan (outside of the Showhouse), including distribution of materials,
researching outreach possibilities in ERC's nine county service delivery
area, and creating promotion boards for community events.
4. Depending on their skills, abilities, and interests, they could
also possibly write articles and assist with layout of ERC's spring edition
of our community newsletter, ERC NOW!, and our child care provider
newsletter, Bright Beginnings.

The intern would work directly under ERC's Marketing and Communications
Specialist, Stacey Geier. Stacey works 30 hours a week for ERC, and also has
her own business, Stacey Ink Marketing.

I encourage you to visit our website,, to learn more about
our agency's work in the community and to view our various publications.

Reva Wywadis, Executive Director
ERC Resource & Referral
1710 SW 10th, Suite 215
Topeka, KS 66604
Phone 785/357-5171 ext. 307
FAX 785/357-1813

Internship with KansasReporter in Topeka

Opportunity to work with a new online news service, KansasReporter at, providing original reporting on Kansas government. The state capital bureau, with new offices in Topeka, is currently staffed by two full-time, experienced journalists. Their work is published online and accessible for everyone to read. It is also available as a free "wire service" to all media outlets. KansasReporter is a project of the the Kansas Policy Institute, a non-profit think tank based in Wichita.

Skills needed: Some experience preferred, such as work for a school newspaper, radior or TV.

Expectations: Work as a reporter, covering and writing stories. Also some photography and opportunities for social media. The internships can be designed around the students interests. For example, if the student is interested in investigative journalism, we could provide opportunities for investigating longer and in-depth articles that will be published online. Or, if the student is interested in social media or Web publishing, we would provide ample of opportunities to get hands on experience.



Brian R. Hook
Bureau Chief
(785) 408-6100

Odgen Publications

We’re looking for one, possibly two interns to work with the staff of Farm Collector, Gas Engine Magazine and Motorcycle Classics. Duties will vary, but will primarily involve helping the editorial staff process information for our websites. This is, I hope, a unique opportunity for students in mass media/journalism who are interested in an introduction to the work place. We’re a relatively small part of a larger operation, with only four in-house staff producing the three previously mentioned publications. All told, there are eight publications produced at Ogden Topeka.

These are intended as non-paid academic internships, but we’re open to discussing paid positions for the right person.

For information, contact:

Richard Backus
Editor in Chief
Farm Collector, Gas Engine Magazine, Motorcycle Classics,
Ogden Publications
1503 SW 42nd St.
Topeka, KS 66609-1265
Phone: 785-274-4383
Fax: 785-274-4385

Topeka Performing Arts Center
EVENT PLANNING AND MARKETING INTERN WANTED FOR THE TOPEKA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER. This is an unpaid internship that will provide hands on training in marketing, sales and event planning.

LOCATION: Topeka Performing Arts Center – 214 SE 8th Ave. – Topeka, KS

This internship will focus on the activities involved in the marketing and sales of events at the Topeka Performing Arts Center.

The intern will work with the Marketing Department focusing on the 2008-2009 TPAC Season Series, as well as other marketing initiatives for educational programs (Sheffel Theater Clinic & School Time Theater), and special events such as Gingerbread Homes for the Holidays. Duties will range from assisting in the mass media efforts, creative development and production for the 2008-2009 Playbill, drafting e-mail copy, and assisting with general preparation for the season. Students are exposed to all aspects of marketing, sales and PR for the Topeka Performing Arts Center.

Want to Apply? Send a resume and cover letter with three references to Erin Aldridge, Marketing Manager – gro.xitcapt|egdirdlae#gro.xitcapt|egdirdlae or send a hard copy to our mailing address at TPAC - 214 SE 8th Ave. - Topeka, KS 66603

Topeka & Shawnee County Library

Ongoing internship opportunities availbale for PR and journalism students.
Diana Friend
Communications & Marketing Manager
1515 SW 10th Ave.
Topaka, KS 66604
e-mail: gro.lpcst|dneirfd#gro.lpcst|dneirfd

Family Service and Guidance Center Internship

Family Service and Guidance Center of Topeka
is looking for a highly-motivated student
who wants a diverse internship experience in
marketing, advertising and public relations
with a large nonprofit organization.

The intern will assist in….
• implementing the agency’s public relations/marketing/
development strategy
• special event planning and follow-through
• representing the agency in a professional manner at special
• distributing marketing and promotional materials in the

If you are interested e-mail a letter of interest to:
Amy Burns, JD
Director of Marketing and Publications

Attn: Amy Burns
325 SW Frazier Ave.
Topeka, Kansas 66606

The successful candidate will work approximately 15 hours a week, will work
the occasional Saturday and must have reliable transportation. We will be
flexible with the right candidate’s schedule.

Heartland Park Topeka

Chris Gallas from Heartland Park Topeka called and wanted to know if there are any students in the Mass Media Department interested in a summer internship with them. His number is 862-4781.

More Local Internship Opportunities

Corporate Communications Intern 8/26/08

Mullin Production Group 8/26/08

KCADP Internship Fall 2010/Spring 2011

The Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty is seeking Social/Traditional Media Interns. Responsibilities of the Social Media Intern include creation/maintenance of KCADP social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube as well as possibly upgrading the organization website. KCADP is also seeking a highly organized individual who will serve as a Traditional Media Intern who can coordinate a statewide Letter to the Editor campaign for the 2011 legislative session.

Preference will be given to those students who can commit through the end of the 2011 Kansas legislative session. Positions are unpaid. If interested, please contact:

Christina Partain Cook
Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty
P.O. Box 2065
Topeka, KS 66601
(785) 23-KCADP

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