ATTENTION SOJ STUDENTS:
ATTENTION SOJ STUDENTS:
WVU’s inaugural symposium on science communication, “Science and Technology in Society: Effective Communication Strategies,” will take place at the Mountainlair on April 5th.
Part of the symposium is particularly relevant to journalism students – a workshop on “Talking to the Scientist: Skills for Members of the Media,” presented by Cheryl Hogue, senior correspondent for the American Chemical Society’s publication, Chemical and Engineering News.
Below are links to the press release about the symposium and the full schedule of the day’s events.
The graphic designer produces publications and marketing materials for University of Missouri Health Care.
The WVU College of Engineering and Mineral Resources’ Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department is looking for a paid intern to work 10 hours per week. The position will ideally start this summer and continue throughout the school year. Intern will be responsible for writing for the annual report, newsletter, and various assignments as needed. Please send resumes to Dave Solley at Dave.Solley@mail.wvu.edu.
The Charleston Daily Mail is looking for a hard-working sophomore or junior interested in working as a general assignment reporter for 10 weeks or more this summer. The person chosen for the position will be paid $350 a week and receive a $1,000 Gianodis scholarship for the fall semester. Please send a resume and writing samples to Nanya Friend, editor and publisher, at email@example.com.
The WVU Alumni Association is seeking two bright, creative students to assist with various marketing, public relations and other communications initiatives for the summer and fall semesters.
The position requires excellent writing skills, basic public relations knowledge, and the ability to work in team environment. This position is a great opportunity to build a portfolio of work, including the Web communications, social media initiatives and printed materials.
The Association will provide students with a unique learning experience, opportunities to attend alumni events, networking outlets and flexible hours. Students are asked to commit to a minimum of 3-5 hours per week. While this is not a paid internship, students may receive a stipend for their work at the end of the semester, based on performance.
Intern for the Dean’s Office of the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
Heinz North America is seeking candidates for a Social Media Internship for summer 2011. Internship opportunity is located in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The primary responsibility of the intern will be to manage an assigned Social Media project within the HNA Public Relations and Communications department; and support and improve the department’s social media monitoring, measurement and engagement capability, while listening for trends and opportunities/business or marketing insights in the social media space.
Enthusiasm and passion for communications, specifically in the social media space; excellent communication skills, solid writing skills (including creative writing); strong PC skills (Word, PowerPoint); use and/or knowledge of basic social media services/tools, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, blogs, etc.; ability to work independently but also part of a team. Education: Public relations, journalism or communications (or related field) student (junior or senior status preferred); previous public relations internship experience in a corporate or agency setting preferred but not required.
Students interested in learning to develop iPhone Apps are invited to participate in this series of workshops, then enter a contest to win an iPad2.
April 5 Workshop- 6:00 pm Mountainlair (Rhododendron Room – Lair)
Student App developers Jared Crawford, Armand Patella, and Logan Spears will explain the process of developing Apps for the iPhone. Developers, designers and those with no technical experience are all welcome. Pizza will provided and there will be an opportunity to network to find students with complementarity skills.
J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism and the McCormick Foundation are seeking to fund four women-led projects that will rock the world of journalism.
We will fund individuals who have original ideas to create new Web sites, mobile news services or other entrepreneurial initiatives that offer interactive opportunities to engage, inspire and improve news and information in a geographic community or a community of interest.
What is your juicy idea? What’s been stirring in your mind? What work do you feel compelled to do? How can you improve or redefine journalism? What new project would give people the information they need to make decisions or help make the world a better place? Whose voice isn’t being heard?