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Underarmor looking for paid summer interns

Underarmor is looking for competitive students with the following qualifications:

Internship package offers:

Make the future yours and be a part of history.
Apply from November 1, 2010 to January 1, 2011
Areas within which a student can intern include, accessories, accounting, brand marketing, customer service, footwear development, human resources, information technology, legal, retail, retail marketing, sourcing.

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TheStreet.com is looking for social media, editorial and video journalism interns

TheStreet.com, Inc. is a leading digital financial media company. We provide our readers and advertisers with a variety of subscription-based and advertising-supported content and tools through a range of online platforms, including web sites, mobile devices, email services, widgets, blogs, podcasts and online video channels. Our goal is to be the primary independent source of reliable and actionable investing ideas, news and analysis, financial data and analytical tools for a growing audience of self-directed investors, as well as to assist advertisers desiring to connect with our passionate, affluent audience.

TheStreet is looking for smart, energetic interns for several positions in the areas of Editorial, Social Media, and Video Journalism. Each of the qualified candidates will have specific job duties that pertain to the area of focus. You must be currently enrolled as an undergrad/grad student and interested in the field.

Editorial Intern: will assist the reporters and editors on daily breaking news stories as well as work on special projects. Duties will include keeping an advance calendar of earnings and economic reports as well as minor editorial assistant –level journalism work.

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Sunday Journal seeks news assistant

Sunday Journal is looking for a news assistant. This job is about 80 per cent reporting (mostly personal finance) and 20 per cent administrative. Sunday Journal consists of 2 to 4 pages produced every week by editors and writers of The Wall Street Journal and other Dow Jones publications, including MarketWatch, Smart Money and Barron’s. It appears in more than 65 newspapers around the world, reaching nearly 8 million homes every Sunday. Applicants should contact David Crook, the editor of Sunday Journal, at David.Crook@wsj.com.

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The Dominion Post seeks part-time proofer

The Dominion Post has an immediate opening for a part-time proofer.

Applicants must work well under deadline pressure and be available to work nights, weekends and holidays.

Sharp knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation is required; knowledge of Associated Press style is a plus.

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WVU Office of Multicultural Studies seeks graphic design intern

The graphic designer would be responsible for taking media, such as dates, times, film synopsis and pictures, and creatively using it to create posters advertising events for the Office of Multicultural Studies. Must be able to follow work on a deadline and within small time-frames. Most posters deal with movies featured during Brown Bag Luncheons. This internship is volunteer. To apply, contact: James Johnson at (304) 293-0890 or email james.johnson@mail.wvu.edu.

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IMC program now largest master's degree program at WVU

IMC Program Director Chad Mezera says the flexibility of online delivery makes the program very attractive to working professionals, but it’s the personalized attention that keeps students coming back.

“Our team knows that our identity is wrapped around our ability to deliver a quality experience – both for faculty and for students,” said Mezera. “It’s very easy online to forget that you’re dealing with people, and we never have. We never will. Even though our program is online, it’s very interactive.”

School of Journalism Dean Maryanne Ree also stressed that – beyond the numbers – the IMC program is developing a national reputation for the delivery of quality online graduate instruction.

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May Grads - Schedule an audit appointment today!

Attention Prospective May 2011 Graduates:

If you are seeking to graduate in May 2011, please schedule a graduation audit session with Jan Boyles or Jason Broadwater. During these sessions, they will review your coursework completed to date, verify your spring registration is appropriate and examine the number of earned hours toward your degree.

To register for an audit session, please make an appointment online by visiting: http://wvusoj.checkappointments.com/

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Freelancers needed at Patch.com in Chantilly, Va.

Freelance writers, photographers and videographers are needed for the local Patch site in Chantilly, VA. Chantilly is located in Fairfax County, outside of Washington, D.C.

ChantillyPatch is scheduled to launch soon and this is an amazing opportunity to be a part of a rapidly growing company. Patch is changing the way local news reaches the community throughout the country. Don’t get left behind!

Please visit patch.com to view other local sites that have already launched.

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