Paid Internship With Blogging While Brown (Deadline December 18,2009)

According to a recent spate of news, young people are being hit hard by the recent economic slow down. Well we’re trying to do our part to help out.
Blogging While Brown has a paid internship for Spring 2010. Students will not get rich, but they might be able to buy some books and take a Spring Break trip this year. Plus each and every task they perform is another valuable bullet point on their resume’. We will also consider recent graduates  who would carry the title “assistant outreach coordinators” instead of “interns”. Pass it along to someone who might be interested, particularly students in the Washington, DC area.
If you are an undergraduate, graduate or professional school student or a recent graduate with an interest in marketing, public relations or advertising, the 2010 Blogging While Brown Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for developing practical real world job experience. We are looking for people who are dependable, enthusiastic, and professional.

Marketing Intern
Marketing interns (Assistant Outreach Coordinator(s)) will assist with all marketing and promotional activities related to Blogging While Brown 2010. These interns will have the opportunity to prepare marketing materials and outreach strategies for various audiences , including sponsors, authors, and the general public. Activities including writing, research and preparation of print, web, video, and other marketing campaigns to promote the conference. The interns will also design a process to measure the effectiveness of the campaigns.
To Apply send the following information to info [at] bloggingwhilebrown.com by December 18, 2009

  • A copy of your current resume.
  • In your cover letter, please explain your interest in the work of the Blogging While Brown Conference, your objectives and expectations of an internship and how these relate to your future goals. In addition, please highlight any related experience.
  • Deadline, December 18, 2009. Telephone interviews late December.  Position starts January 2010.
  • Place “INTERNSHIP” in the subject line of your email.
  • We prefer any attachments as PDFs .
Please follow the instructions in the posting and don’t tweet, call, text or email me about this posting. The point is to lighten the load, not add to it. Depending on how this round goes, there will be a second internship/research assistant position opening up mid-semester as well.