Head & Hand PR (HHPR) is on the search for next superstar intern

Head & Hand PR (HHPR) is on the search for our next superstar intern to assist our team. We're a boutique design and luxury PR firm that represents designers, architects, home furnishing brands, luxury real estate developments, and more.

Since we're a small firm, our interns gain real-life experiences and learn skills that will aid in the development of their communication careers.

Interns will work across all of our clients providing team members support. The scope of work with each tandem and client will vary in terms of wants and needs; however, throughout their time at HHPR interns will take on the workload of a junior staff member working on a range of tasks such as:

Building media lists Writing and sending pitches Assembling press clips Preparing client reports Drafting newsletters Assisting in managing our social media accounts And many more

HHPR aims to help interns develop and grow to their full potential as young professionals. We encourage all interns to express their interests early on and take ownership of client-related projects, under guided supervision, to not only challenge themselves but also bring success to our clients.

Our firm is continuously expanding, therefore, this position has the potential for extension and/or growth. We guarantee this internship will leave you rich in experience.

QUALIFICATIONS + REQUIREMENTS

Interested applicants must be a current junior, senior, or grad student studying in public relations, communication, or marketing. Experience within a PR agency is preferred. Familiarity with Mailchimp, Meltwater, Photoshop, and knowledge of social networks is a plus.

Learn more and apply here.

NOTES:

This internship is for credit only We are looking for interns to work from January-May There will be opportunities for internship extension at the end of their semester

OnePulse Scholarship Applications Open

The onePULSE Foundation is a nonprofit that was established to create a sanctuary of hope following the tragic day in American history–Sunday, June 12, 2016–to honor the 49 Angels that were taken, the 68 others who were injured and the countless first responders and healthcare professionals who treated them. This fund is intended to support a memorial that opens hearts, a museum that opens minds, educational programs that open eyes and legacy scholarships that open doors.

The application process for those scholarships is open.

When 49 lives were taken, 49 legacies began

Our mission is to provide academic opportunities -- honoring the aspirations of all 49 Angels -- to recipients who embody love, hope, unity, courage and unconditional acceptance.

Working with the families and loved ones of those killed, we have established 49 annual legacy scholarships based on the Angels' interests, careers or aspirations. As an extension of their impact on our world, these scholarships inspire and empower students who share the same dreams.

The scholarship program is one of four pillars of our Foundation's mission to create and support a memorial that opens hearts, a museum that opens minds, education programs that open eyes and legacy scholarships that open doors.

Application Schedule

The 2020-2021 Scholarship Application closes 1/31/2021. You can access the application at https://onepulse.communityforce.com/Login.aspx. High school seniors as well as students already enrolled in an institution of higher learning, or in the enrollment process, are eligible to apply.

Should you have any questions, please contact our Legacy Scholarship Program Director, Genelle Kelly at gk@onepulsefoundation.org.

The 49 Legacy Scholarships Inaugural Class Recipients

The inaugural class of 49 Legacy Scholarship recipients were awarded $333,000 in scholarships to be used during the 2020-2021 academic year.

More than 200 completed applications were received and the inaugural class represents incoming freshman majoring in business, communications, and the performing arts, as well as cosmetology, nursing, medical and master's students. The 49 recipients come from all over the United States and have a common thread of community service, leadership and advocacy.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks intern

CBF is seeking a Science Intern for its Hampton Roads efforts - this winter and spring. Work will be virtual and schedule is flexible. Learn more about the internship here.

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