Thursday, July 24, 2014

More than a Feeling

1) Smithsonian Institution/National ZooMedia & Web Content Specialist – one-year term noted – $75k-$98k – in addition to content development work, winning hire will help facilitate web redesign & move to Drupal CMS – apply by Aug. 6

2) Uber seeks two Communications Interns – we’re pretty confident this opportunity scores high in hard work, fast-paced and interesting/rewarding experience categories

3) Alliance for CitizenshipDeputy Campaign Manager for Communications – apply by Aug. 15

4-5) Alliance for Justice
6) America’s Natural Gas AllianceSenior Director, Federal Affairs

7) BoardSourceStrategic Development & Partnerships Associate Manager

8-10) Brookings Institution
11) Come RecommendedContent Creator – $27k – virtual location, but must live in PA, MD, NJ, WV, IL, MI, or FL

12) Discovery CommunicationsCommunications Coordinator

13) Franklin Center for Government & Public IntegrityDirector of Marketing & Outreach – search managed by Talent Market

14-17) Georgetown University
18) International Rescue Committee Senior Policy & Advocacy Officer, Women’s Protection & Empowerment

19-20) Lockheed Martin
21) Mystery American multinational IT & professional services providerSenior Marketing Communications Manager – temp-to-perm opportunity – search managed by Aquent Staffing

22) Mystery trade association Director of Communications

23) National Bureau of Asian ResearchAssistant Director, Congressional and Media Outreach – apply by Aug. 15

24) National Small Business AssociationGovernment Affairs Manager

25-28) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search & job #)
29) Operation HomefrontCommunications Coordinator

30-33) Porter-Novelli
34) United States Pharmacopeial ConventionWeb Content Specialist

35) Women’s Refugee CommissionResearch Manager

36-38) Youth Service America
39-41) ... and, finally: only lawn seats remain for Boston’s late August visit to the Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts; perhaps snaring one of these gets you closer to More than a Feeling as the encore rolls around:

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities - Communications Intern

The Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) is a voluntary membership organization of accredited, private postsecondary schools, institutes, colleges and universities that provide career-specific educational programs. APSCU has about 1,400 members that educate and support over 3 million students each year for employment in over 200 occupational fields. APSCU member institutions provide the full range of higher education programs, including master's and doctorate degrees, two-year and four-year associate and baccalaureate degree programs, and short-term certificate and diploma programs.

Some of the occupational fields for which APSCU institutions provide programs include: information technology; allied health; business administration; commercial art; radio and television broadcasting; and culinary and hospitality management.

Position Description

APSCU is seeking a dynamic, self-starter to assist with communications efforts this fall. This internship is an excellent opportunity for this individual to experience the various aspects of communications including advocacy, public relations, social media, media relations, and copywriting.

This position will report to the vice president of public affairs.


-- Assist in drafting and editing promotional materials—press releases, letters, e-mail blasts, social media content, event brochures and mailers, fact sheets, etc.
-- Become familiar with our institutions and seek out interesting stories that highlight our students
-- Draft articles or posts for the APSCU Blog
-- Draft content for Twitter/Facebook
-- Assist in drafting, editing and proofing e-mail blasts
-- Assist in the promotional planning of APSCU events
-- Assist with other general administrative tasks as they arise


-- Undergraduate junior/senior or a graduate-level student in a related field (i.e. English, Public Relations, Marketing, Communications)
-- Ability to work independently
-- Good organizational skills
-- Detail-oriented
-- Multi-task and meet deadlines
-- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel)
-- Strong writing and editing skills
-- Familiar with AP Style
-- Experience using social media (Facebook, Twitter)

Start/End Date - August through December

Hours - At least 2 full days a week

Compensation - Hourly: $10

To Apply: Submit cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Caitlin Reagan ( and Noah Black (