Are you a student in search of a rewarding internship experience to prepare you for the world of work? Are you an employer in search of bright, enthusiastic student interns who are seeking real-life career experiences or a professional looking to make an impact on the lives of our next generation of marketing leaders?
Every year during February and March, MarCom matches student interns with MarCom member organizations through its Internship Program. During the summer, students intern for local host organizations while receiving a $2000 scholarship and invaluable work experience.
You can be involved in our Internship Program one of three ways:
View previous intern and host testimonials here.
For additional information regarding the MarCom Internship Program or to be involved in our MarCom Intership Committee, contact our Intership Chair: Joanne Vega at (509) 324-4272 or email@example.com.
Spokane MarCom named two local university students to receive communications internships for summer 2013:
Colleen Bonnel, a Gonzaga University student majoring in Public Relations with minors in General Business and Spanish. Colleen showed the internship committee exactly what it means to be a dedicated PR student at Gonzaga - she is a GU Telefund caller, an active Alpha Kappa Psi member as part of the Social and Service Committees, PRSSA member, and consistent Dean's lister for her entire tenure at GU.
Colleen will be assisting Megan Snow at the American Red Cross, spearheading various aspects of event logistics, social media, event collateral development and publicity for the busy summer ahead.
Niamh Larson, a Gonzaga University student majoring in Public Relations with minors in Advertising, English and Women's and Gender Studies. A Dean's and President's lister - Niamh's eagerness to learn first-hand what PR is about shone through in her interview.
Our internship committee saw Niamh as a natural fit for any non-profit or government organization with her comprehensive writing skills as well as her interest in Women's and Gender Studies. This summer she can be found with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service assisting Jennifer Van Eps with writing, graphic design, web maintenance and developing a employee yearbook.