SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications



 Advertising, Journalism & Public Relations majors must complete nine units of major classes to be eligible.



Bob Rucker
DBH 125

Fall 2016
Internship
Faculty
Adviser

 

List of past
JMC
School
Internship
Opportunities

2010-2015



 

LAST DAY
TO
REGISTER
Fall 2016:

SEPT. 13th

The
JMC School
enforces
this SJSU
deadline.
 

 

 


Late adds
of JMC School
classes
including
MCOM 111:
Internships
NOT
APPROVED



 

 

JMC School
students
MUST
complete
a 240
hour
internship

for credit
that is
appropriate
for the
student's
major.

 

Students
may NOT
start an
internships
for credit
until ALL
required
paperwork

is fully
completed,
signed,
and the
student has
properly
registered
for
MCOM 111


 

Students do
NOT
get credit for
starting an
internship
before being
properly
registered in
MCOM 111.


 

Weekly
Reports
are due from
all registered
JMC School
INTERNS
after every
40 hours
completed
on the job.

 

 

 



Miss a report
and you could
receive
NO CREDIT
for the
internships
.

 

 

 

List of past
JMC
School
Internship
Opportunities

2010-2015


MCOM 111: Internships

DEADLINE ENFORCED
SJSU LAST DAY TO REGISTER - FALL 2016:  SEPT. 13th
Note: The JMC School does not allow late adds.
 

Procedures to follow: JMC School Internship Packet
Internship Agreement Form (Required submission)
Internship Weekly Reports (Mandatory after every 40 hours worked)
End of Internship: Student Questionnaire (Mandatory)


At the end of the internship for 3 units credit, students must
remind their employer to submit on their business letterhead
confirmation that 240 hours have been successfully completed.
A brief evaluation of the student effort should also be included.


More JMC School Internship Information

Full compliance with all JMC School procedures
and required submissions expected or no academic credit given.



JMC School - Faculty Internships Supervisor: FALL 2016



Encountering problems on the job?
Call Prof Bob immediately during the fall semester:
 408-924-3240
 

FALL 2016
NEW OPPORTUNITIES:

The Foundation seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist the Director of Programs and Operations maintain a robust, user-friendly online presence on the foundation's website and Facebook page.

The intern will benefit from a hands-on learning experience at a well-established family foundation, exposure to the field of philanthropy, and access to a network of local nonprofit professionals and board members. College credit may be arranged.

Duties:

  • Help maintain a robust and user-friendly online presence for the foundation (via its website and Facebook page).

  • Develop and post content designed to engage constituents in promoting the foundation's mission and values.

  • Solicit content and graphics from the foundation's grantees and key partners as appropriate.

  • Prepare email blasts, Evites or other online tools to invite grantees or other community members to events.

  • Perform general office functions, as needed.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A commitment to the mission of the Castellano Family Foundation

  • A passion for effective communication and utilizing various tools to deliver messaging

Qualifications:

  • Completion of at least two years of undergraduate studies, preferably in marketing, communications, or a related field.

  • Background in social media, online marketing, or communications.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop; video production experience is a plus.

  • Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills.

  • Self-motivated, detail-oriented and able to meet deadlines.

  • Prior online social media experience in a nonprofit environment preferred.

  • Fluency in English and Spanish is highly desirable.

 

Apply by: September 23, 2016 (the position will remain open until filled)

Email resume to: angie@castellano-ff.org

Hours per week: 8  

Stipend/Wage: $12.50/hour


 

* NOTE: JMC School interns must request 20 hours of work per week for 12 weeks.
A total of 240 hours are required for academic credit. Students must inform employers of this requirement, and may NOT start an internship for credit until paperwork is approved, and the student has properly registered for MCOM 111: Internships. No exceptions.

 

 
Intern opportunities in journalism, broadcasting, and social media
for LatinLife.com

LatinLife is a social platform for the today’s Latinos to find relevant information in their community, upcoming events, concerts, news and to educate and empower their community.  LatinLife has recently expanded to Mexico and Colombia. The students will be exposed to national and international social media campaigns, and receive real world journalism experience by interviewing national, and international artists and much more.  Students will also be exposed to cutting edge technology in virtual reality, augmented reality, and much more. LatinLife.com is a U.S. start-up that offers a unique experience designed to empower visitors. Through its site, LatinLife.com presents relevant, valuable content in a manner that is simple to find, access and share. If you think that any other students in other departments may be interested in this opportunity, please forward this email. 

Robert Gomez, social media manager for LatinLife.   Robert@latinlife.com

 

* NOTE: JMC School interns must request 20 hours of work per week for 12 weeks.
A total of 240 hours are required for academic credit. Students must inform employers of this requirement, and may NOT start an internship for credit until paperwork is approved, and the student has properly registered for MCOM 111: Internships. No exceptions.

          


The County of Santa Cruz Human Services Department is very excited to announce a new paid internship opportunity!  The intern will assist us with the development of a much needed social media presence to educate the public about available benefits and services – the attached flyer provides additional information on the position and how to apply. This position would be perfect for Journalism and Mass Communication students!  Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is someone more appropriate with whom to share this information. 

Jessica Scheiner, Senior Analyst
County of Santa Cruz, Human Services Department
1000 Emeline Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA  95060  (831) 454-4088

* NOTE: JMC School interns must request 20 hours of work per week for 12 weeks.
A total of 240 hours are required for academic credit. Students must inform employers of this requirement, and may NOT start an internship for credit until paperwork is approved, and the student has properly registered for MCOM 111: Internships. No exceptions.
 

          


MyInternationalAdventure
is an online publisher of international relocation information and resources, primarily for Americans. We’re the Adventurer’s guide to living abroad.

The fall 2016 semester marks the fourteenth consecutive semester that MYIA has worked with SJSU interns. We would like you to join us to make this semester the best ever because we are launching a brand new website in September that will be focused exclusively on expats living in Mexico.

Our interns have been journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing and graphic design students. After teaching advertising at SJSU for over nine years, I can attest to the high quality of San Jose State students. That’s why we recruit exclusively from SJSU.

Why work for us? First, we give you real jobs and expect real results. No getting coffee for the boss. Second, you work virtually and manage your own time. We’re not interested in micromanaging you…you’re a big person now. We only care about results. Third, you’ll benefit from hands-on experience in a wide range of positions. We decide with you which job makes the most sense for you. Our jobsare researching, writing and editing; photo/video editing and photo librarymanagement; social media; and, special projects related specifically to your field of interest.

Click here to see the internship handout.

Robert T. Nelson
MyInternationalAdventure®
408-209-1210
Email: bob@myinternationaladventure.com
 

* NOTE: JMC School interns must request 20 hours of work per week for 12 weeks.
A total of 240 hours are required for academic credit. Students must inform employers of this requirement, and may NOT start an internship for credit until paperwork is approved, and the student has properly registered for MCOM 111: Internships. No exceptions.


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Fall 2016
semester
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ON THE JOB?


If ever you
need
immediate
assistance,
CALL
the
JMC School
408-924-3240

 

 

LAST DAY
TO
REGISTER
Fall 2016:

SEPT. 13th

The
JMC School
enforces
this SJSU
deadline.
 


Late adds
of JMC School
classes
including
MCOM 111:
Internships
NOT
APPROVED



 

JMC School
students
MUST
complete
a 240
hour
internship

for credit
that is
appropriate
for the
student's
major.

 

 

 

Students
may NOT
start an
internships
for credit
until ALL
required
paperwork

is fully
completed,
signed,
and the
student has
properly
registered
for
MCOM 111

 

Weekly
Reports
are due from
all registered
JMC School
INTERNS
after every
40 hours
completed
on the job.

Miss a report
and you could
receive
NO CREDIT
for the
internships
.

 

 


List of past
JMC
School
Internship
Opportunities

2010-2015

 

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