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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Internships & Professional Development

Clear Channel Radio Stations

Are you looking for a great experience working with top Sales Departments? Clear Channel Radio is looking for Interns to help 100% in the Sales Departments of 5 great stations. Please note regarding all internships: You must be 18 years of age or older. Must have a valid US Driver's License and pass a background check. Must receive academic credit or a letter indicating university support from an accredited educational institution for the internship—it is the applicant's responsibility to set up the internship with the school.

All positions are unpaid. Must have a flexible schedule. Be detail oriented and organized with great communication skills. Tasks: Experience in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Strong Communication skills, both oral and written. Primary motivation should be to learn all the tools it takes to be successful in advertising sales. No calls. Please email resume to: stephendelusant@clearchannel.com. Or Fax Resume to: 212-226-4201. Please specify Sales Department Internships: Clear Channel Radio is an equal opportunity employer 2/18/09

Politico.com - Paid Internship in Arlington, VA

Paid Summer Internship at Politico.com where you will report and write stories. This is a dream internship for anyone who is interested in political journalism. Deadline is Feb 23. You can apply via email at employment@politico.com (Put 'Summer Internship-saw on Journalismnext.com' in subject line) or apply on our site at http://www.journalismnext.com/jobdetails.cfm? jid=5889&requesttimeout=500. 2/17/09

New York Family Sports Online Internship – New York City

New York Family Sports, a new monthly publication, has an immediate opening for an online intern. We're part of a major Manhattan media company that has launched a new best of its kind comprehensive NYC youth sports website. The New York Post called us a bright spot and Crains New York Business called us a YouTube for the city's student athletes. We're looking for someone with a journalism background who can maintain our new website. You'll help build photo and video galleries, create online polls and contests, write headlines, develop fresh content for the Web, and if you're so inclined write features for print and online. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a great team, get great clips and Web experience and really be a part of something spectacular. Knowledge of Excel a plus. This is an unpaid internship that offers college credit. If you're ready to work alongside top sports media and marketing pros doing real, hands-
on assignments, send your resume to Dave Hollander at dhollander@manhattanmedia.com. 2/17/09

Spring Break Professional Development Workshops
New York Coalition of 100 Black Women

This from CCNY PRSSA President Natalee Facey who is keeping in touch with colleagues during her semester studying abroad in Paris. She requests that CCNY students take advantage of this exciting opportunity which takes place during Spring Break. Natalee is an alum of this program and encourages other young women to get involved!

The program is put on by a group of professional women in different fields called The New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women. A group of young ladies from the CUNY colleges (this began with CCNY) are brought together for a series of workshops to prepare them for the competitive business world. The workshops cover:

• Networking
• Saving and investing money
• Resume building, writing cover letters, preparing business cards
• Interviewing tips
• Make-up tips, dressing for success
• Speaking with confidence, even body posture
• Business and dining etiquette

According to Natalee, “The young ladies who are accepted in the program meet with professional women in their field who take them on a shadow day and they are matched with mentors in their field. I am still in contact with my mentor from the PR industry and the ladies from Ogilvy who invited our group to shadow their day, and other young women from the program. The benefits are endless. I think this would be especially useful to MCA students since networking is so important." Natalee recalls students should be juniors, but interested young women should request more information and an application form from:

Professor Conoly Simmons at jcsimmons@ccny.cuny.edu
Link: http://www.cobwfounders.org/

To contact Natalee Facey and hear about her academic and travel adventures in France, reach out to her at ntlfacey@yahoo.com!

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