NFL Films Summer Internships

NFL Films - through the Emma Bowen Foundation -- is recruiting summer interns for various open non-sports-affiliated opportunities with some of the nation's largest media and technology companies:

Roles are at NFL Films for students interested in cinematography, creative producing, archival research/media services, footage research & acquisition, production budgeting & management, and interview coordination.

If you know a current college junior interested in working for the NFL, please apply to Emma Bowen Foundation.

The organization is particularly interested in students for the Mount Laurel, NJ positions with NFL Films.

In addition to roles in NY and LA, here are just a few other locations the foundation is reviewing for:

local news stations in Madison, WI; Binghamton, NY; Kansas City, MO; Dallas, TX; Cincinnati, OH; Louisville, KY nonprofit journalism partners in cities in North Carolina and Georgia; Detroit, MI; St. Louis, MO; Sacramento, CA; Philadelphia, PA media companies in Knoxville, TN; San Francisco, CA; Atlanta, GA; Washington, DC

NFL Films Summer 2021 Internship Program

COMPANY INFORMATION: Winner of 131 Emmy Awards, NFL FILMS is widely recognized as the most honored filmmaker in sports and is credited with revolutionizing the way America watches football and sports in general. Each year NFL FILMS produces more than 600 hours of new NFL programming for NFL Network, ESPN, HBO, Showtime, all major broadcast and numerous cable networks, NFL.com, and content-streaming platforms. Additionally, NFL FILMS provides audio/visual and engineering support for other divisions of the NFL.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW: The NFL FILMS Internship Program is a paid opportunity. Participants in the program have the chance to experience one of the most unique learning environments in the television and film industries.

The NFL FILMS Internship Program is known for offering a hands-on approach to learning. Our award-winning staff is willing to assist and mentor those individuals with a serious desire to further their studies and achieve their career goals. Incorporated into the internship program are seminars that cover topics such as navigating the unique employment landscape in this industry, the importance of networking, freelancing, and Q-&-A sessions with executives and former interns. Additionally, we provide time for interns to observe and experience all phases of our operations in film and video production as well as the opportunity to work on one's own project to upgrade his or her skills and demo reel, if applicable.

Learn more here.

Remote Strategic Communications Internship Opportunity: MBooth, NYC

M Booth is an integrated communications agency based in New York City, with presence in San Francisco that focuses on Traditional PR, Digital and Influencer Marketing, Organic Social Media, Branded Content, Creative Innovation and Design, Analytics, Research and more. We are currently looking for our 2021 Winter/Spring Intern to join our agency on the Corporate team! This is an excellent growth opportunity for an Intern to help with administrative and media relations support for our clients.

The Corporate team is where critical thinking meets creativity: we are fun, collaborative, hardworking and strategic. You are someone who loves to keep learning and will bring energy, excitement and passion into the position.

LINK TO APPLY: Job Application for Intern, Corporate at M Booth

The M Boother We're Looking For:

Bachelor's degree or equivalent 0-1 years of experience (internships included). Interest and/or experience in corporate communications and/or B2B marketing and communications Strong writing skills Positive and flexible attitude with a strong sense of humor Proactive and curious mindset

Operational Details:

Duration: 16 weeks Hours: 40 hours/week Compensation: $17/hour Location: Remote

In the wake of COVID-19, we are anticipating being remote for the foreseeable future and thus are open to having our intern class be remote

1/13/21 5pm Pacific: Endeavor & Netflix invite YOU

Endeavor and Netflix would like to invite you to attend a conversation with the creators behind Netflix's documentary, GIVING VOICE.

Wednesday, January 13th

5pm PT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET

This is event is for awards voting consideration and to highlight this incredible film that's received critical and audience praise. We're thrilled to open the invitation for Hampton University students.

GIVING VOICE follows six students as they advance through the August Wilson Monologue Competition. Every year, thousands of students from twelve cities across the United States perform the Pulitzer Prize winner's work ("Fences," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom") for a shot to perform on Broadway.

GIVING VOICE is an Endeavor Content film executive produced by JOHN LEGEND and MIKE JACKSON of GetLifted and produced by CRAIG PILIGIAN of Pilgrim Entertainment.

RSVP Here to get full info

Deadline 1/25/21: Dominion Energy is awarding $500,000 in scholarships in 2021

Dominion Energy is awarding $500,000 in scholarships in 2021 to assist African American and other underrepresented minority students who reside in the company's service area. The scholarships will be the first made under the Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholarship Program, a six-year, $10 million initiative to provide assistance with higher education expenses.

"As we witness our country's evolving conversation on racial equity and social justice, we want to do our part to help historically underserved students," said Robert M. Blue, Dominion Energy's president and chief executive officer. "We know that education can serve as a springboard for social and economic mobility."

"We have partnered with historically black colleges and universities for nearly 40 years, offering volunteer and financial support," said Thomas F. Farrell, II, Dominion Energy's executive chairman. "This scholarship program is another way for us to support the students who will one day lead our nation."

The scholarship application period is open until Jan. 25, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Central Standard Time.

To be eligible, students must:

self-identify as Black or African American; Hispanic or Latino; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander with higher education expenses; and

be high school seniors or graduates, or current college undergraduates residing in Connecticut, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Idaho, Wyoming or Utah, with plans to enroll full time at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year.

In all, 60 scholarships totaling $500,000 will be awarded in 2021. Of those, 20 scholarships of $5,000 each will be made available for students enrolled in two-year schools, while 40 scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded to students enrolled in four-year schools. Scholarship recipients will be able to renew scholarships as they progress in school, provided they meet certain criteria, such as GPA requirements and residence in an eligible state. The program is administered by Scholarship America, a nonprofit that specializes in management of scholarship and tuition assistance programs. Scholarship America will support Dominion Energy in the selection of finalists.

Students can learn more and apply at https://www.dominionenergy.com/EquityScholarships

The company also has committed $25 million to 11 historically black colleges and universities in Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina. The six-year "HBCU Promise" program will support endowments, capital projects, operating expenses and educational programs in clean energy.

1/13/21 at 5pm ET Looking for a Fellowship in Strategic Communications?

TOMORROW at 5pm Eastern:

Are you a student at Scripps Howard School of Communications who is searching for a fellowship in strategic communications?

Come join us and learn about how you can gain more experience this semester from the experts at Wieden Kennedy, a global independent creative firm best known for its work with Nike. The agency has offices in New York City, London, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Tokyo, Delhi and Sao Paulo.

Topic: Wieden Kennedy Virtual Event

Time: Jan 13, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

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Deadline Feb. 5: BCW Offers Strategic Communications Internships

BCW (Burson Cohn & Wolfe), one of the world's largest global public relations firms, is sponsoring t he HAROLD Summer Internship Program. The program is considered one of the most advanced trainings of its kind for rising seniors and May 2021 graduates looking to push their critical thinking and know-how to the limit during an exhilarating 10-week experience.

During this paid internship, students work alongside top professionals in the field, participating in everything from strategy discussions to creative sessions aimed at capturing national news, shaping public opinion and sparking community engagement.

The HAROLD Internship Program culminates in a real-world client challenge where interns research, design and present a campaign to the agency's senior management, and receive feedback, tips and insights that would ordinarily take years to obtain.

The summer internship program offers an invaluable career-development experience that often leads to employment opportunities at BCW after graduation. The application will be open at www.bcw-global.com from December 7, 2020 to February 5, 2021.

Founded by the merger of Burson-Marsteller and Cohn & Wolfe, BCW delivers digitally and data-driven creative content and integrated communications programs grounded in earned media and scaled across all channels for clients in the B2B, consumer, corporate, crisis management, CSR, healthcare, public affairs and technology sectors. BCW is part of the WPP (NYSE:WPP), a creative transformation company.

Jan 18: Dream With Us -- register for virtual event today

A collaborative virtual community event among Sentara Healthcare, Hampton University and Newport News Public Schools

Register here.

Student Organizations -- Who to Contact

Student Organizations

Student organizations expand students' horizons and connect them to the professional worlds. Our students are members of several organizations, including:

Brand757 – KEISHA REYNOLDS

The Scripps Howard School has a long-standing reputation for quality education and innovation. BRAND757 is the first for-profit, student-run public relations and brand agency serving the Hampton Roads community. This latest initiative for public relations and strategic communication students also meets that high bar. Follow us on Twitter.

The Business Journalism Club – BUTCH MAIER

This newly created club – aka "The Biz Journey" – This club exists to expand the reach of the JAC 451 Business Journalism course, introduce students to professional business journalists, and provide opportunities for students to publish and record business journalism stories online, in print, on television and on radio.

JAC Magazine – MICHAEL DIBARI

This publication was created to bring attention to the school. Written and photographed by alumni and current students, its stories and articles highlight the events, accomplishments and experiences of students, alumni, faculty and staff.

The Hampton Script – BUTCH MAIER & DELACRUZ (ENGLISH)

The university's student-run newspaper is published every two weeks during each semester. It provides opportunities for students to practice professional journalism – in print and online – by working as reporters, editors and photographer. The newspaper is distributed on campus.

Kappa Tau Alpha: LYNN WALTZ

Founded in 1910 at the University of Missouri, this is the national honor society in journalism and mass communication. The Hampton University Chapter was chartered in 1981. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage outstanding scholarship and good character among students. Membership is restricted to junior and seniors who rank in the upper 10 percent of their class.

National Association of Black Journalists: JAMES FORD

This is the leading organization of African-American journalists and communications professionals. Our students participate in special NABJ programs through a partnership funded by the Scripps Howard Foundation.

Public Relations Society of America: KEISHA REYNOLDS

In 2001, a chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America was approved by the national organization of public relations professionals. It was the culmination of two years' work by a team of public relations students and their professor, Rosalynne Whitaker-Heck. The PRSSA charter chapter provides our public relations students with exciting opportunities for internships, conferences, competitions and networking.

WHOV-FM – JAY LANG

The non-commercial, educational station is owned and operated by Hampton University. It serves as a practicum for students who participate in radio broadcasting. Of equal importance is its mission to promote the total educational program of the university. Beyond the confines of the college, the station must fulfill its obligation to "operate in the public interest, convenience and/or necessity" as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission.

WHOV-TV – PETER DENNANT

This television station of student-run programming for the campus provides a forum for students to experience the requirements of producing a newscast – on air and behind the scenes – for class credit.

Facebook Journalism Project Fact-Checking Fellowship

To help support diversity within the fact-checking industry, the Facebook Journalism Project has partnered with the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) to recruit and place 9 emerging journalists in the U.S. newsrooms of IFCN-certified fact-checking organizations. The year-long fellowships will be full-time, paid positions.

Eligible candidates must be legally permitted to work in the United States and can apply until 11:59pm PT on Friday, January 8, 2021.

See link for more info:

https://thenabj.wufoo.com/forms/w15cemp802y43zd/?content_id=M04e633hrjbLxCl

Advance Local Seeking News Interns for Oregonian Media Group

The Oregonian Media Group is seeking news interns. This digital-first reporting position is 40 hours per week and includes some nights and weekends. Our interns are an integral part of our staff, covering a wide variety of topics, including public safety, education and government.

To learn more, see link:

https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?d=AdvanceLocalExternalCareerSite&_icx=v02ZsMTPY_LQo6hbpkDniI0FzFJz7J43nXnFlnAcWU8XAy6LiUbeI6WAp1a5Fu%2FsKAO&c=2171807&_dissimuloSSO=VClngbTXrKk:qUSwy7uvpL4QGVfTVDLf8A8x-Ns#/

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