The T. Howard foundation is back to recruit Towson students for its internship program! Last year the foundation hosted an info session which over 50 TU students attended. Ultimately, eight students were selected for their internship program (a large percentage of their final talent pool!). The T. Howard Foundation’s mission is to promote diversity in the media and entertainment industries by increasing the number of diverse and underrepresented groups and underserved communities working in the industry. They do this by placing college students from these underrepresented groups into internships with some of the leading employers in the industry: HBO, BET, Comcast, NBC/Universal, Discovery Communications, ESPN, Facebook, Showtime, Viacom, and many more!
This year’s info session will be held from noon – 1 p.m. in Van Bokkelen 204 on Wednesday, Sept 20th. The event is for students in all majors interested in working in the media & entertainment industries (not just those in the communications and media majors). There will be a limited amount of first-come, first-served pizza as well.
The Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) is a voluntary, non-profit membership organization comprised of approximately 24,000 attorneys and judges across the state of Maryland.
Our Communications Internship opportunities are based out of our Baltimore headquarters location, but interns will extensively cover events in the field, which may require travel to other Maryland counties. These internships provide an opportunity to experience a journalist’s role and to be part of a communications team working both in print and online. Interns work closely with the Communications Intern Supervisor to cover Association events, conduct interviews, write articles, and take and process photographs and video. Interns can expect to have their work published in print and online on a regular basis. Each intern is expected to handle on average two (2) assignments per week, to be identified and delegated by the Communications Intern Supervisor. Total estimated time, per candidate, would be 10-15 hours per week for a period of one (1) semester (approximately 12 weeks). This estimate is based on planning/consultation with Supervisor, associated travel, time onsite, and editing/processing. There will be an option, if mutually agreed upon by both the intern and MSBA, to extend this duration for an overall period of up to 12 months.
Internships are paid. There is a weekly expectation of 10-15 hours per week, but schedules are flexible and will vary. This is an excellent opportunity for a communications/journalism student seeking to build their portfolio.
You will need to provide a resume and cover letter which outlines your goals for an internship.
Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Human Resources (DHR), City of Baltimore has launched its Academic Credit Internship Program (ACIP) for Fall 2017. The mission of the ACIP is to introduce student participants to public service principles; provide practical application work experience; and assist with preparing them to enter and/or advance in a public sector environment while earning credits toward their degree requirements. Student participants may choose to apply to work with a specific partnering Agency or within their field of study.
To receive consideration to participate in the ACIP, student applicants must be:
The ACIP is a year round three semester (Fall, Spring and Summer) program, and operational
during four (4) three-month periods in the Fall, Spring, and Summer.
All completed applications should be emailed to email@example.com
or mailed to:
Academic Credit Internship Program
Department of Human Resources, City of Baltimore
ATTN: NJ Asong
HR Business Partner
201 East Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21220
Title: Social Media Intern
Number of Openings: 1
Hours per Week: 10 - 15 hours - flexible weekday schedule. Intern is welcome and encouraged
to attend our Monday morning team meeting.
Location: Baltimore City Hall - 100 Holliday St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Salary Type: Unpaid
Start Date: Beginning summer 2017
Job Description: The Councilman’s office seeks a self-motivated, creative individual
interest and knowledge of social media marketing. The social media intern will be responsible
for creating, implementing, and sustaining a social media plan for Councilman Cohen’s office.
This plan will promote, brand, and create awareness of the 1st District City Council office and Southeast Baltimore activity.
If interested in applying, please email a one-page cover letter and resume to Councilman
Cohen’s Chief of Staff, Michael Castagnola at Michael.Castagnola@baltimorecity.gov.
Spend your summer by the Bay! The Annapolis Maritime Museum educates youth and adults about the Annapolis area's rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through programs, exhibits and community events.
Annapolis Maritime Museum needs an intelligent, strategic, and resourceful intern to help the organization expand its public relations and marketing efforts. The Communication Intern will work under the direction of the Development Director in four main areas: media relations, social media, special events, and grant writing research. This is an exciting opportunity for a young professional to contribute to the growth of an environmental educations program with a Chesapeake Bay organization, while gaining hands on experience in nonprofit management.
Earn college credit while advancing your career in communications and engaging with the Chesapeake Bay environment!
Location: Annapolis, MD
Position Hours: 15 hours a week depending on college credit needed; on-site work hours in the morning time frame, with an occasional afternoon, evening time depending on schedule.
Please send resume and one writing sample to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The SMGA’s mission is to provide rehabilitative golf programs, experiences, and family inclusive golf opportunities for post 9/11 wounded war veterans in an effort to improve the quality of life for these American heroes. Eligible veterans and service members include those wounded or injured in post 9/11 military operations, including those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). With programs available nationwide, the SMGA serves thousands of veterans and their families annually. SMGA routinely directs more than 90% of its donations to programming. In SMGA’s latest audited financials, 87% of all funds were used to directly support wounded and injured post-9/11 veterans.
Dan Pflieger, Executive Director, 301-525-1639, email@example.com
The Victory Institute invites outstanding LGBT college students to apply to the Victory Congressional Internship for Summer 2017. The Victory Institute will bring outstanding LGBTQ college students to Washington, D.C., for an intensive leadership program, including a Congressional internship with an LGBT-friendly member of Congress.
The program includes a generous stipend, housing in D.C., placement in a congressional internship and travel to/from Washington, D.C., as well as travel and registration to the LGBT Leaders 2017 Conference. Applications for Summer 2017 are due February 17.
The Victory Congressional Internship is open to current undergraduate students of all genders, orientations, abilities, races, and political affiliations, including people with majors other than political science.
Maryland State Archives has paid summer internships and year round openings which are unpaid, including volunteer and academic credit internships. For more informaton visit the department's internship page or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience the arts with a paid summer internship or apprenticeship at Wolf Trap!
Internships: Applications are due FEBRUARY 1
Apprenticeships: Applications are due MARCH 1
Wolf Trap Foundation is accessible by public transit, though personal transportation is recommended.
Summer positions are offered in the following areas:
For more information, visit the Wolf Trap application page.
The Shriver Center at UMBC coordinates several Public Service Scholars fellowship programs on behalf of the state of Maryland. These fellowships provide students across Maryland the opportunity to develop as future leaders in Maryland’s public and social sectors.
If you interested in this great opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter. Visit this page for more information.
To apply please submit your resume, cover letter and a sample of your work. Visit this page for more information.
The Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps is a paid summer internship program that places undergraduate students from around the country at reproductive rights and social justice organizations for ten-week summer internships. The RRASC program defines reproductive rights broadly to include movements advocating for human rights, economic justice, racial equality, queer rights, immigrants' rights, access to health services, and youth empowerment among others. Our partner organizations span the country and work with and for various communities. Since our program started in 1999, CLPP has placed over 350 interns at more than 100 organizations.
RRASC internships are substantive with interns participating in organizing, advocacy, direct service, community health, education, research, public policy and more. All interns receive a $3,500 stipend and complete an intensive internship training at the annual CLPP conference.
Komen Maryland is looking for an independent and coachable individual to join our team to promote the mission of Susan G. Komen Maryland and enhance our communications, marketing and fundraising efforts.
Contact Information: Susan G. Komen Maryland, Sasha Lea, Volunteer & Operations Manager, 200 E. Joppa Rd., Ste. 407, Towson, MD 2128, 410.938.8990 Phone, email@example.com
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to 410.321.9208, attention Sasha Lea.
There are jobs, and then there are jobs where you get to make a difference. Members of our dedicated OrchKids team see the way music changes lives on a daily basis. We’re growing and looking for some great people who want to share that power of music with our exceptional students.
OrchKids is a year-round, during and after school, music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for youth in Baltimore City neighborhoods. OrchKids is the cornerstone of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s efforts to expand their relevance within the broad and diverse Baltimore community. In collaboration with several community partners, including Baltimore City Public Schools, OrchKids provides music education, instruments, academic instruction, meals, as well as performance and mentorship opportunities at no cost. Currently OrchKids works with six public schools in Baltimore City, serving children from Pre-K through 9th grade.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com No phone calls please. Relocation assistance is not provided. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer.