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Weekly Opportunity Alert--Oct. 8

  • Journalism – The Associated Press is looking for an Election Night Stringer to cover Monongalia County. Duties include calling in cumulative results from the courthouse. Must participate in a national rehearsal on Saturday, Nov. 1, by making 2 toll-free phone calls. Pay is $80. Contact Ann Garcelon, WV Stringer Coordinator. Office: 304-346-3772, Cell 304-545-7877.
  • StratComm – WVU Wood Sciences seeks a PAID PR/Advertising Student Worker. Student will work 10-15 hours/week for remainder of the fall (2014) and spring (2015). Opportunity to provide creative insight for advertising, marketing and promotions. Email me for full job description. Pays $8.00/hour.
  • StratComm – The Peace Corps seeks Campus Ambassadors to connect the brand with prospective recruits and plan events. Send a one-line request for an application to diversity @peacecorps.gov.
  • StratComm – Morgantown-based “ChoosyKids.com” seeks StratComm and IMC students looking for experience with strategic social media. Choosy Kids is a company that promotes healthy habits in young children and their families and they’re looking to expand their online presence. Contact me at Eric.Minor@mail.wvu.edu for more information.
  • Journalism – The Boston Globe is accepting applications now for it’s summer internship program. Applications must be postmarked by November 1, 2014. Contact me for information on how to apply.
  • ALL MAJORS – The “Capital Semester” program in Washington, DC is accepting applications now for summer 2015. Students can earn credits through George Mason University, are guaranteed a DC-based internship in their field of study, and are provided housing in DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Contact me for application instructions.
  • StratComm—The WV Legislative Reference and Information Center is accepting applications for its PAID semester-long internship program. Stipend of $5200 for the semester. Contact me for information! Application deadline is November 1.