intern 2018

2018 Internships

UPDATE: We have closed the form-based submission process. If you are still interested in these opportunities, please reach out to each organization directly.

Below is a list of internship opportunities for Spring and Summer 2018. Bulldog Strategy Group is not responsible for filling the majority of these internships and is merely acting as a facilitator for the majority of these opportunities.

  1. Girls on the Run Big Bend, https://www.gotrbigbend.org/
  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available: 2
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: Social media, general PR outreach, manage council-wide email communication around fundraisers, program, etc, collect stories from volunteers, girls, and families
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: remote with some in-person meetings
  • Compensation: No compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: writing samples preferred, able to work independently

  1. Bowstern Marketing Communications, http://www.bowstern.com/
  • Term: PR intern for summer, account management intern for spring
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: PR interns write press releases, media advisories, fact sheets, etc.; distributing and pitching press releases, media advisories, etc.; assisting in planning public relations strategy; assisting in planning and executing press events; outreach, etc. AM interns work one-on-one with an Account Manager researching target audiences, writing (website, brochure, billboards, advertorials, etc.), assisting in developing client strategy, etc.
  • Minimum time requirement: 20 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: on site
  • Compensation: No compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: writing samples preferred

  1. CoreMessage, http://coremessage.com/
  • Timeframe – we need one intern for spring and one intern for summer (but can accommodate up to two interns each semester)
  • General explanation of what you need an intern to do – Our interns help write various materials including news releases, media advisories, letters to lawmakers, opinion editorials and letters to the editors, as well as build media lists, conduct research, help plan press events, etc. Light administrative support is occasionally needed, such as answering the phones, but generally our account coordinator fulfills those duties.
  • Minimum time requirement – 12-15 hours per week at our office.
  • Compensation – Interns will receive a stipend at the end of the semester. Also, successful interns have an opportunity for a paid, part-time account coordinator position following their internship.
  • Any special requirements or requests – must have reliable transportation. An interest in state government and politics is also a plus. We would like a writing sample (news release or op-ed if possible)

  1. Tallahassee Bar Association, http://tallahasseebar.org/
  • Term: springs & summer
  • Number of positions available: n/a
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: event planning and staffing, social media, event graphics, event photography, newsletter writing and editing.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10-15 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: Primarily on site, some remote via email
  • Compensation: TBD

  1. Christ Presbyterian Church, http://www.cpcusa.org/
  • Term: year-round
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: We are a small church with a small staff that is struggling to spread the word effectively through social media and local coverage about how people can get involved with that we do. We’re very creative and in my mind, a very nice blend of traditional church with a very modern approach to theology. We need an intern to help us with social media, website updating, and writing articles that could be contributed to local media to encourage participation in our events.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: n/a
  • Compensation: TBD
  • Any special requirements or requests: Ideally, someone who has a passion for grassroots collaboration for community service, and someone who enjoys the church environment. You can check us out – Christ Presbyterian Church – and see more about us. Someone who is creative and flexible, with a good sense of humor and balance of PR and art.

  1. The Zimmerman Agency, http://www.zimmerman.com/
  • Term: Spring
  • Number of positions available: 8
  • General explanation of what each intern would do:
    • Conduct Marketing, Website Analysis, Destination, Pop Culture and Media Research
    • Draft pitches and press releases
    • Develop story angles and help with creative brainstorming
    • Prepare media lists and dissect media publications
  • Minimum time requirement: 15-20 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: on site
  • Compensation: no compensation

  1. Ekk & Hamilton Realty, http://ehrealtygroup.com/
  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available: 3 – marketing, sales and organizational
  • General explanation of what each intern would do:
    • Marketing – Vendor relations, orchestrating Ads, social media posts, blogging
    • Sales – database, follow up, processes, lead generation
    • Organizational – auditing files, scanning, re-organizing Mktg material, mail-outs, database entry, answering phones.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: marketing and sales, 2 hours in office 8 hours remote. Organizational, 10+ hours in office.
  • Compensation:
    • Marketing – pay for gas to come to & from campus. Negotiable.
    • Sales – pay for gas to come to & from campus. Bonus with appointments made. Negotiable.
    • Organizational – 10+ hrs at office. Negotiable.
  • Any special requirements or requests:
    • Experience – beneficial but not mandatory:
    • Social media posting, PPC, scheduling, Real Estate, Excel, Phone etiquette, Qualifying, Friendly, Outgoing, Organized, Goal-oriented

  1. United Way of the Big Bend, http://uwbb.org/
  • Term: spring, summer and fall
  • Number of positions available: 2-3
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: press releases, developing a social media calendar, drafting posts, creating marketing plans for our special event, dabbling in website assistance and graphic design.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10-15 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: blended
  • Compensation: no compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: writing or graphic design sample required

  1. Florida Justice Association, https://www.floridajusticeassociation.org/
  • Term: spring
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: Content curation on topics relating to legislative issues. Assist drafting press releases (on legislative content). Conducting written and video interviews. Potentially hosting/promoting Facebook live interviews. Open to creative ideas on social media promotion of members and issues during session.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: mostly onsite, option for remote
  • Compensation: hourly minimum wage

  1. practice42, https://practice42.com/
  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available:
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: copywriting, social media content creation
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: onsite
  • Compensation: $250/month or $10 per hour
  • Any special requirements or requests: sample topics will be sent for a writing sample

  1. Consortium LP, https://www.consortiumlp.com/
  • Term: spring
  • Number of positions available: 1-2
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: content creation, storytelling
  • Minimum time requirement: 10-20 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: on site
  • Compensation: stipend offered

  1. Around the Writer’s Tablehttp://aroundthewriterstable.com/contact/
  • Term: spring & summer
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: social media content creation, blog writing, web support, website management
  • Minimum time requirement: 5 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: primarily remote
  • Compensation: no compensation

  1. Gomes Media Strategies, http://gomesmedia.com/
  • Term: spring
  • Number of positions available: Graphic Design; Social Media Marketing; Content Writer/Broadcast
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: Interns are expected to have an interest in current events, particularly Florida politics, environmental and social issues. We’re looking for political & news junkies with technical skills to bring stories to life on our flagship program, The Rotunda. Interns also assist in developing and executing public relations campaigns for our clients. Duties include assisting in telephone pitches, assisting with preparation for client presentations, writing proposals and reports, researching issues, writing audio transcripts, news releases, social media content, audio and video recording and editing, general office tasks and other various tasks associated with our business.
  • Minimum time requirement: 15 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: primarily remote
  • Compensation: no compensation

14. Leon County Humane Society, http://www.lchs.info/

  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: social media account management, graphic design, video creation and editing, e-newsletter creation, copywriting/blog updates, marketing.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10-20 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: ~4 hours onsite work
  • Compensation: no compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: must be a self-starter with writing samples. Video editing skills a bonus.

  1. The Authenticity Coach, https://www.theauthenticitycoach.com/contact.html
  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: assist with social media presence, scheduling, consistency. Designing a brochure, coordinating all social media and dates of trainings, group coaching etc to be included on my website, flyers brochures etc.
  • Minimum time requirement: 5-10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: remote
  • Compensation: no compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: previous intern experience

  1. Enwright Consulting Group, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Enwright-Consulting-Group/163679576984704
  • Term: Immediate/spring/summer
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: execute campaigns for clients, designing, publishing, social media content creation, graphic design, creative writing, a working knowledge of political and world news, excel proficiency and the ability to process data
  • Remote or onsite work: on site
  • Compensation: $10-15/hour
  • Any special requirements or requests: ability to customize CSS and HTML, 1+ year of experience working in digital content creation

  1. Target Print & Mail, http://targetprintmail.com/
  • Term: Spring through fall
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: marketing, sales, and strategic communication
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: primarily remote
  • Compensation: no initial compensation, $10/hour after a few months
  • Any special requirements or requests:
    • Develop & execute new marketing initiatives for the company
    • Oversee our “Giving Council,” focusing on where to direct our sponsorship and in-kind donation budget
    • Identify new leads for the sales team
    • Develop marketing initiatives to reach out to new verticals for our company
    • Analyze sales history to highlight growth opportunities
    • Social media marketing

  1. Audubon Florida, http://fl.audubon.org/
  • Term: January – June
  • Number of positions available: 1
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: create social media content, use social media scheduling platforms, develop marketing pieces, update website, write and edit public relations materials, assist in the creation of short videos, maintain and develop media and community contact lists, monitor reports and mentions of Audubon Florida in the media
  • Minimum time requirement: 15 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: on site
  • Compensation: $10/hour
  • Any special requirements or requests: internship better suited for upper level or grad students

  1. Salter Mitchell, http://www.saltermitchellpr.com/
  • Term: springs & summer
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: public relations, marketing and social media campaigns for clients
  • Minimum time requirement: 25 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: onsite
  • Compensation: Hourly

  1. Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, https://www.tmh.org/
  • Term: springs & summer
  • Number of positions available:
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: marketing and communications projects including, but not limited to, creative campaigns, research, social media planning and content, small in office projects, filming, editing and writing.
  • Minimum time requirement: 12 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work:
  • Compensation: None
  • Any special requirements or requests: will accept applicants with and without experience. Would like phone interview before in-person interview.

  1. Florida Senior Living Association, www.floridaseniorliving.org
  • Term: Spring, Summer
  • Number of positions available: 2-3
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: public relations, organizational, legislative affairs
    • Public Relations: intern would assist with social media, event planning, media relations and other public relations tasks
    • Organizational: intern would assist with membership management, leads tracking and office organization
    • Legislative Affairs: intern would assist with public policy development and efforts to promote issues during legislative session in the spring
  • Minimum time requirement: 10-15 hours per week
  • Remote or onsite work: PR – combination; organizational – on site; legislative – on site
  • Compensation: no compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: strong writing and organizational skills; good time management, proactive

  1. Bulldog Strategy Group, www.bulldogstrategygroup.com
  • Term: Spring, Summer
  • Number of positions available: 1-2
  • General explanation of what each intern would do:
    • Pro Bono management – oversee firm’s pro bono projects and clients; assist with social media, event management and other public relations tasks as necessary
    • Firm promotion – manage BSG’s social media and blog; keep website up to date; develop and implement a system for client relations
  • Minimum time requirement: 8-10 hours per week
  • Remote or onsite work: combination
  • Compensation: no compensation but opportunity for paid work after first semester
  • Any special requirements or requests: strong writing and organizational skills; good time management, proactive

  1. Tallahassee Adventure Club
  • Term: spring & summer
  • Number of positions available: 2-3
  • General explanation of what each intern would do: help and assist with writing press releases, social media posts, general volunteering, taking pictures, editing Facebook ads, and joining us on all of our expeditions locally.
  • Minimum time requirement: 10 hours/week
  • Remote or onsite work: primarily remote
  • Compensation: no compensation
  • Any special requirements or requests: open-minded to trying new things and being a part of something bigger than themselves.

More info: The Tallahassee Adventure Club is multifaceted. We provide outdoor experiential leadership classes for children ages 5 to 95.

The profits we receive from classes are redistributed in community initiatives that look like fully sponsored campouts. At these campouts the camper and their family receive three-man tents, backpacks, air mattress, sleeping bags, headlamps and a lifetime memory.

The Tallahassee Adventure Club also is offering a new program designed for at-risk youth in the Tallahassee Community. The incentive-based program lasts eight weeks and participant earn points by showing up to the class on time raising letter grades and volunteering in the community. Participants also will experience during the class time leadership conversations healthy lifestyle critical thinking and conflict resolution conversations as well the students will also learn a hard  outdoor skill as they go along. The skills will come into play at the very end when they go on an official adventure with the Tallahassee Adventure Club or the students will apply all of the things that they learned over the course of the eight weeks as a surprise.

The Tallahassee Adventure Club has a FSU satellite program that will be directly involved in administering this program. The program is paid for by community organizations.

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