Video Production Volunteers Needed Wed., Oct. 4 from about 12-5pm to Film An Emergency Response Drill

Attention Digital Media Production Students — See below for an opportunity to volunteer, gain experience, and be part of a big event:
Needed: 1-2 volunteers to help film an emergency drill event at Woodland Pond Senior Living Center in New Paltz, NY. This will be a larger scale drill which will include New Paltz Fire Department, Ulster Fire Department, EMS, and many other surrounding first responders.
The event will take place October 4th, from around 12-5pm (this is a tentative time as the coordinators at Woodland Pond are still planning!)
I would need someone to assist me with audio and some camera operation for the event; you would be following me as I go through the campus shooting the event.
There has not been a drill of this scale done in Ulster County, so there will definitely be potential for local news coverage experience and exposure.
If you are interested or have any questions, please call/text Isabella at (845) 399-7351 or email Isabella.lawkins@gmail.com

SUNY Music Department Seeks Production Interns to Capture Concerts and Recitals

Enjoy capturing music on video? Consider interning for the SUNY New Paltz Music Department, which has won a National Endowment for the Arts project grant to explore Persian piano traditions in traditional and contemporary practices. The project is year-round.

To document this important work, the Music Department seeks Digital Media Production interns capable in videography and camera operations. Must be well trained in video and sound recording and video editing. This is a great internship if you want to stay local!

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Business Development Intern Needed for Digital Marketing Agency

Attention Media Management and Journalism Majors:

Hale Advisors, a digital marketing agency based in Kingston, NY, is seeking a part-time intern to work 10-15 hours per week, remotely with an occasional meeting in our Kingston office. Qualified candidates should send cover letter and resume to Marie Hull at marie@haleadvisors.com. The position pays $15 per hour.

Business Development Intern Needed for Digital Marketing Agency in Kingston, NY

Qualifications

Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent research skills
Excellent attention to detail
Curiosity; eagerness to learn

Job duties 

Workstreams / Activities:

Workstreams / Activities:

  1. Onboarding
  • To understand goals, workstreams, systems/tools

 

  1. Lead Generation (unqualified targets)
  • Add relevant contacts from published conference speaker lists, including Veeva US Summit ‘23, Reuters Pharma ’23, DigiPharma Connect ’23, Promotional Review conferences, including DIA, RAPS Convergence, one other
  • Use Internet and Sales Navigator to:
  • Evaluate and qualify business development target companies against a set of criteria – add qualified targets to Monday.com
  • Identify individual lead names at qualified target companies based on a set of title keywords – save in Sales Navigator
  • Monitor industry trade press—MM&M, FiercePharma—for relevant news and content that may identify new targets or help engage leads

 

  1. Lead Cultivation
  • Prepare primers/backgrounders on prospects for meetings (ad hoc)
  • Develop and send 3-step email marketing campaign to leads

 

  1. Marketing*
  • Follow all target companies from Hale Advisors’ LinkedIn page
  • Invite current and former clients to follow Hale Advisors on LinkedIn
  • Follow back those who follow
  • Support initiatives in marketing plan; may include things such as:
  • Developing farming toolkit (governance, change management, training, medical affairs)
  • Partnering w/ creative to create and “distribute” short video content
  • Writing case studies (prose + slides)
  • Updating Hale website: https://www.haleadvisors.com/

 

 

  1. Other duties as assigned
  • Fix Monday.com contacts’ country codes (add +1 to US phone #s)
  • Opportunistic, TBD

 

Hudson Valley Magazine Has Remote Journalism Internships for Fall 2023! Apply Today!

Today Media Inc, publishers of Hudson Valley Magazine and The Valley Table, is looking for editorial interns for a part-time position based out of its offices in Fishkill, NY. This position is an opportunity to see how a regional print magazine is put together. Students will learn from professionals with years of experience in the industry. This is an unpaid position and participating interns must receive college credit.

Hudson Valley is a monthly lifestyle magazine that has celebrated the region for 50 years. It divulges in food, travel, home and design, influential and interesting residents, and much more. The Valley Table is a quarterly publication specializing in local cuisine and trends, and organizes Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.

Applicants should have an interest in magazines, editorial work, journalism, and creative writing. (We encourage journalism, English, communication studies, and writing students—or those in similar majors—to apply.) If you have a passion for reporting and learning about regional culture, often read magazines and keep up with the news, and are curious in nature: this internship is for you!

Interns will perform the following duties across both publications:

  • Fact-checking
  • Article research, proofreading, photo outreach
  • Writing front-of-book and department articles for the magazine and website
  • Assisting staff with other functions necessary to produce a monthly magazine and its website (photo shoots, administrative duties, etc.)
  • Pitching and brainstorming content for future issues

Note: due to our hybrid working models, this internship will be remote.

Email a resume, cover letter, and relevant writing samples to Megan Wilson at mwilson@hvmag.com.

HVM Editorial Staff

Hudson Valley Magazine • Valley Table

1 Summit Ct, Suite 201, Fishkill, NY 12524 hvmag.com \ @hudsonvalleymag

 

Social Media Intern Needed for Local Market

Harana Market, a local business, is seeking a Social Media Intern.

Qualifications:

  • Currently pursuing a degree in marketing, journalism, communications, hospitality, or a related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a keen eye for detail
  • Creative and irreverent thinking with an ability to generate engaging content ideas to create content
  • Knowledge of current social media trends and best practices
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to meet deadlines
  • Basic understanding of SEO and online marketing concepts and the desire to continue learning new techniques
  • Proficient in using social media platforms and tools, including scheduling and analytics tools
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong passion for and/or knowledge of hospitality, food service, and community-based mutual aid food programs

Responsibilities include:  

  • brainstorm and create engaging and on-brand content
  • develop our content calendar/schedule to ensure consistent and timely posting across platforms
  • Monitor and engage with our social media audience by responding to comments, messages, and inquiries in a timely and professional manner
  • Brainstorm and suggest social media strategies to increase brand awareness, reach, and engagement
  • Analyze analytics to gauge the success of
  • Collaborate with owners to align social media content with overall marketing campaigns and initiatives
  • Ensure consistency in branding and messaging across all social media
  • Stay up-to-date with emerging social media trends and platforms, and propose innovative ideas to enhance our social media presence to reach new audiences

Students may apply by sending their resume and a short note about why they want to do their internship at Harana Market, to Chris Mauricio (they/them) and Eva Tringali (she/her), Co-Owners, Harana Market, at: hello@haranamarket.com

Remember, DMJ and COMM students MUST be certified eligible to earn internship credits before applying to internship opportunities. Learn more in the Internship Information Packet: tinyurl.com/npinternpacket

RECENT GRADS: Get a Job With the DMJ Department! We Need an Office Assistant

Hello grads! Our department is in need of a Temporary Office Assistant. We’re looking for a highly organized, efficient and personable administrative assistant who can handle dividing their time between 2 different offices.  If you or any recent grads have yet to land a job, please consider applying or mention this opportunity to them. 
While the job description says “temporary,” the job itself is a year-round position with paid benefits (one of them being working with us!)
When you apply, please mention Comm Studies and/or DMJ and/or Research Scholarship and Creative Activities in the cover letter — And mention either Stella Deen, Jason Wrench, Gregg Bray or Nancy Heiz as well.
The position description can be found here:

Local Filmmaker Seeking LGBTQ Community Ally for PR, Digital Marketing of Documentary Film

Are you a passionate LGBTQ community ally pursuing a degree in film, design or social media? We’re seeking a freelance designer to amp up our social media presence to promote a documentary film 10 years in the making.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Director and Editor to brainstorm ideas and create social media reels, posts, stories, etc.
  • Develop eye catching and thumb-stopping social media posts
  • Support the growth of followers and engagements through the creation of engaging visual content

Qualifications:

  • Strong understanding of creative design programs, including motion graphics and animation  (Adobe or similar)
  • Dynamic portfolio including a variety of graphics, animations, and video for social media
  • Bonus: experience managing campaigns across Instagram, Facebook and TikTok
  • Bonus: experience with social media analytics and reporting tools

Attributes:

  • Out-of-the-box creative thinker
  • Passion for supporting the LGBTQ community and being an ally for diversity, inclusion and equality
  • Organized with high attention to detail

Compensation is hourly rate above minimum, depending on experience, at up to 10 hours per week to start. Hours can be flexible, but must have ability to video chat with the team as needed.
https://www.instagram.com/transcendingfilm/

To apply, send resume, portfolio to:

Gene Fischer, Director, Hundred Fish Media

Gene@hundredfish.com

hundredfishmedia.com

Digital Communications Intern Needed for Summer 2023 on Governors Island, NYC

Governors Island is a popular year-round destination located in the middle of New York Harbor. For almost two centuries, the Island was closed to the public, operating as a military base for the U.S. Army and, later, the Coast Guard. Today, an award-winning park is complemented by dozens of unique historic buildings, educational and cultural facilities, a rich arts and culture program, and a 22-acre National Monument managed by the National Park Service. Looking ahead, the Island is envisioned to be further activated as a resource for all of New York City, with expanded educational, nonprofit, and commercial facilities.

POSITION: Digital Communications Intern for summer 2023

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Journalism Students: Apply NOW to Work in Newsroom at Online News Assn Conference in Philly in August

Apply to be an ONA23
Student Newsroom journalist or mentor

Up to 20 students who are passionate about digital media and eager to build their skills and experience will be selected to join this year’s Student Newsroom and Innovation Lab. The newsroom is a unique opportunity to report on industry trends, experiment with new tools and receive guidance from experienced mentors to bring project ideas to life.

Selected undergraduate and graduate students will receive a paid trip to the 2023 Online News Conference in Philadelphia (#ONA23), plus complimentary ONA23 passes and tickets to the 2023 Online Journalism Awards Ceremony. Apply by April 20

Check out some of the student work from ONA22 in Los Angeles.

Are you a journalism educator or experienced journalist? Consider serving as a volunteer mentor to the next generation of journalists in the 2023 Student Newsroom. Apply to be a mentor by April 20.

The Student Newsroom and Innovation Lab is supported by the TEGNA Foundation.