Internship Opportunities

Spring 2021 Office Administrator at SFSU Associated Students

Employer Name: Associated Students

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
-Professional and personal growth development -Develop communication skills -Support the AS Board of Directors & 13 AS Programs -Learn to strengthen your budget management skills -Works closely with Marketing & Communications team

Requirements:
N/A

Compensation:

Website: https://asi.sfsu.edu

Company Description:
Associated Students serves as the voice of student interests and promotes an enriched co-curricular university life experience. We are dedicated to the empowerment of SF State’s diverse student body with the combined efforts of various programs and departments throughout campus, providing student services and programs, while encouraging external advocacy efforts.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply at: tinyurl.com/asmcinternform

Spring 2021 Marketing Research Analyst at SFSU Associated Students

Employer Name: Associated Students

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
- Conduct research that connects SF State students with resources for academic success - Develop marketing campaigns that reflect the interests of students with current trends - Work closely with Marketing & Communications team - Develop strategic marketing outreach plans

Requirements:
N/A

Compensation:

Website: https://asi.sfsu.edu

Company Description:
Associated Students serves as the voice of student interests and promotes an enriched co-curricular university life experience. We are dedicated to the empowerment of SF State’s diverse student body with the combined efforts of various programs and departments throughout campus, providing student services and programs, while encouraging external advocacy efforts.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply at: tinyurl.com/asmcinternform

Spring 2021 Project Manager at SFSU Associated Students

Employer Name: Associated Students

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
- Formulate & execute plans to meet project objectives - Build on leadership, presentation, and communication skills - Develop vendor relationships & cost negotiations - Support the AS Board of Directors & 13 AS Programs - Work closely with Marketing & Communications team

Requirements:
N/A

Compensation:

Website: https://asi.sfsu.edu

Company Description:
Associated Students serves as the voice of student interests and promotes an enriched co-curricular university life experience. We are dedicated to the empowerment of SF State’s diverse student body with the combined efforts of various programs and departments throughout campus, providing student services and programs, while encouraging external advocacy efforts.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply at: tinyurl.com/asmcinternform

Spring 2021 2HotRadio Remote Internship

Employer Name: 2HotMedia, Inc

City / Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Description:
Online radio station seeking driven and passionate individuals for unpaid, remote internship.

Requirements:
-Basic computer, office, and writing skills. -Great communication skills and positive attitude. -Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. -Great people skills and positive attitude towards customer service -Self starter with the ability to perform research -General knowledge of music and entertainment -The ability to conduct yourself with professionalism -Previous experience working with artists preferred, but not required

Compensation: Unpaid for Academic Credit

Website: https://www.2hotradio.com/

Company Description:
The mission of 2HotRadio is to inspire confidence in artists, entrepreneurs, and people all across the world, by providing opportunities and platforms for them to be heard.​ "The Party App" is the vehicle that drives this mission, as we believe life should be light-hearted, fun & exciting!

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume to hr@2hotradio.com.

Spring 2021 Digital Magazine Facebook Researcher Internship

Employer Name: Epifania Magazine

City / Location: Remote

Description:
What Is Epifania? Online Latina/Latinx lifestyle magazine seeks a creative, passionate go-getter who is comfortable wearing many different hats. Epifania is growing quickly, and we are looking for someone who has a desire to roll up their sleeves and start learning and participating from day one. Internship Scope: We have several social media channels. We are looking for someone to research media we can post on Facebook. This is perfect for a research nerd.

Requirements:
Students applying for this internship should be Journalism, Creative Writing, Business, or Communications major. Must have familiarity with Google Business. Must be a self-starter with an eagerness to learn.

Compensation: College Credit

Website: https://epifaniamagazine.com

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Send your resume WITH your LinkedIn link and two social media posts. You can decide on the social media channel. Social media posts can be sent to Founder, Nicole at nicole@aloveyourlifeoutlook.com

Spring 2021 Digital Magazine Instagram Stories Internship

Employer Name: Epifania Magazine

City / Location: Remote

Description:
What Is Epifania? Online Latina/Latinx lifestyle magazine seeks a creative, passionate go-getter who is comfortable wearing many different hats. Epifania is growing quickly, and we are looking for someone who has a desire to roll up their sleeves and start learning and participating from day one. Internship Scope: We have several social media channels. We are looking for someone to create an Instagram Stories posts. You will learn how to use Planoly, Hootsuite, and Canva. Responsibilities: Create posts for our social media channels Meet with the Founder, every week to go over the content Meet with the Epifania Team every other month

Requirements:
Students applying for this internship should be Journalism, Creative Writing, Business, or Communications major. Must have familiarity with Google Business. Must be a self-starter with an eagerness to learn. Remote 10 hours a week.

Compensation: College Credit

Website: https://epifaniamagazine.com

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Send your resume WITH your LinkedIn link and two social media posts. You can decide on the social media channel. Social media posts can be sent to Founder, Nicole at nicole@aloveyourlifeoutlook.com

Spring 2021 Management Trainee Internship at Enterprise

Employer Name: Enterprise Holdings

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
If you’re looking to hit the ground running, the Enterprise Management Internship will help you build valuable business and leadership skills. For a university/college student, the real-world professional experience you’ll receive during the internship will help you stand apart from the crowd, and will be more than just a line on your resume. From day one as a paid intern with Enterprise, you'll learn what it takes to run a successful business and acquire highly marketable skills in management. Our university/college interns take on the same challenges as our first and second year full-time professionals. It's a team-based environment; and throughout your internship, your peers will be right by your side helping you learn, grow and have fun. This part time role is located in Santa Rosa. This position pays $17.50/hour and requires a driver license. As you are considering a position with Enterprise Holdings, we invite you to learn more about our business. Today – and every day – the safety and wellbeing of employees, customers and the communities we serve is our top priority. For the latest on our COVID-19 response, please click here. When you join our Management Internship Program, you'll soon discover that every day is different because it is filled with new, exciting, rewarding and often unexpected opportunities. For a season, we’ll put you in the middle of everything, just like our Management Trainees. We’ll give you the chance to develop the skills you need to manage a fleet of vehicles, take care of customers, develop marketing strategies and build relationships with customers and coworkers. During our internship, you’ll use the skills you learn to complete intern projects and engage in some friendly competition with your peers. You may also be eligible for performance incentives and employee referral rewards. Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans

Requirements:
Must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED. Must be enrolled as a Senior at a 4 year University pursuing a Bachelor's degree. Any major considered. Graduating in 2020. 6 months customer service experience and 6 months sales or leadership experience required. Leadership experience may include extra-curricular activities, athletics or student organizations, and management/supervisory experience. Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future. Must be able to commit to a minimum 10-12 week program starting no later than January 25th.

Compensation: $ 17.50

Website: https://careers.enterprise.com/job/san-francisco/management-trainee-winter-internship/430/17947813

Company Description:
It's great that you're thinking about joining us. But first, you should learn a little about who we are and what we stand for.Enterprise Holdings is a family-owned, world-class portfolio of brands. We operate a global network that covers nearly 100 countries, nearly 80,000 dedicated team members, and nearly 1.7 million vehicles taking customers wherever they need to go. In any way you want to think about it, we lead the transportation service industry.How did we get here? The fact is, we owe our success to each and every one of our people. That's why we empower everyone on our team with opportunities for growth. Our mission, along with our uncompromising commitment to customers, has made Enterprise a genuine success story and a truly special place to work.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Casey Porter Talent Acquisition Manager 650-333-6242

Spring 2021 Internships at the Borgen Project (Remote)

Employer Name: The Borgen Project

City / Location: Tacoma, Washington

Description:
Only 5% of candidates applying to The Borgen Project are selected. While the hiring process is incredibly competitive, we look for a diverse range of backgrounds. We’ve found no correlation between high GPA’s, MBA’s and/or prestigious universities when it comes to determining who will have the biggest impact for the world’s poor. Our selection process focuses on finding great individuals, with a strong work ethic and passion for righting wrongs. The remote internships below work from home, but must meet weekly deadlines, attend meetings via conference call and submit weekly reports. All positions are unpaid, but college credit is available.

Requirements:
Current openings at The Borgen Project: HR Internship Journalism Internship Nonprofit Leadership Internship Political Affairs Internship Public Relations/Marketing Internship Writer Internship To learn more, please visit: https://borgenproject.org/telecommute-internships/

Compensation:

Website: borgenproject.org

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply, please visit: https://borgenproject.org/telecommute-internships/ Please email hr@borgenproject.org if you have any trouble uploading your resume. Please check your spam folder for our emails if nothing has been received.

Spring 2021 Internships at the San Francisco International Arts Festival

Employer Name: San Francisco International Arts Festival

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
POSITIONS AVAILABLE Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant The Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant shall work with the Festival director board members to identify and reach out to potential business sponsors. Responsibilities will include helping design and customize the SFIAF Corporate Sponsor Packet to suit individual clients / sponsors. The Research Assistant will also research government and private foundation funding possibilities and deadlines through the internet, the Foundation Center and other publications. Responsibilities include maintaining a database of potential funders and assembling completed grant proposals. Community Outreach Assistant The Community Outreach Assistant shall work to develop and coordinate residency activities for artists participating in the International Festival, and help do outreach to and coordinate tickets for identified community interest groups to attend the Festival. This position also involves signing up volunteers to work on the weekend of the Festival and tabling community outreach events. Advocacy, PR & Marketing Assistant The Advocacy Assistant shall work to develop relationships with community groups that are working on legislative campaigns that are of interest and of benefit to the Bay Area’s non-profit arts community. Responsibilities will also include interacting with the mass media. Work includes managing and distributing the SFIAF newsletter, helping to develop, distribute and make follow-up calls on media releases and posting to online calendar websites and social media. Print and Online Graphic Designer Hone your professional design skills developing flyers, postcards, posters and graphics for artists participating in the spring 2021. Work with the Festival’s marketing team to build web-pages, email blasts, social media pages and promotions. Video Producer & Photographer Utilizing SFIAF’s membership in the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC), work with SFIAF’s PR team to edit and produce promotional videos and PSAs of artists performing in the October prototype. Also work to post and promote videos and promotional images on social media. Web Designer and Engineer (Paid Internship up to $2,000) SFIAF has developed a website with an application programming interface (API) and extract-transfer-load (ETL) capability. We use this process for automatically uploading artist information to both our website and the box office. We are looking to recruit an engineer who can operate and troubleshoot this system, and who is also html proficient so as to make edits to the front end of the site as and when necessary.

Requirements:
Internships: SFIAF is offering internship opportunities to Communication Studies undergraduates from San Francisco State University who are interested in gaining experience in marketing, promotion, fund development, production and arts administration. •The time commitment is roughly eight hours per week for a 15-week period. •The preferred deadline to apply is December 11, 2020. •The preferred starting date is February 1 through May 14, 2021. •The spring program (if it takes place) will run from May 1 – May 31, 2021. •Most positions can be adapted to be 75-100% remote / online.

Compensation: Unpaid for Academic Credit

Website: www.sfiaf.org

Company Description:
Mission: The mission of the Festival is to embody an imaginative microcosm of the Bay Area’s arts community, to present innovative projects that are focused on increasing human awareness and understanding and to promote a multicultural international performance platform that inspires local and global audiences. To fulfill its mission SFIAF actively seeks to promote diversity and equity, activism and advocacy, education and the free exchange of ideas through a multi-faceted program presented at, and in collaboration with, the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. As a response to the COVID-19 Pandemic SFIAF is moving its entire operation out of doors. If San Francisco’s re-opening plans stay on course, there will be an outdoor program beginning on Saturday May1 (International Workers Day).

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Application Deadline: Friday, December 11th, 2020. To apply and for any questions, please contact Andrew Wood at andrew@sfiaf.org or call 415-399-9554

Spring 2021 Business Development Internship at Juma (Remote)

Employer Name: Juma Ventures

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The Business Development Intern will directly assist Mark Breimhorst, COO/CFO, and other members of the Business Development (Biz Dev)team with a wide range of projects related to business development opportunities for Juma Ventures. The intern will gain a better understanding of business opportunities and challenges for a social enterprise. The intern will participate as an active member of the Biz Dev team to develop and present business opportunities in response to strategic organizational needs. The candidate will also have opportunities to work with the data quality, programs, enterprise, finance, and development staff.

Requirements:
Duties and Responsibilities: Assignments will focus on analyzing business opportunities and the intern will gain experience in one or several of the following competencies and key processes: Data analysis, Workforce Management, Project Management and Planning, Business Acumen, Strategy, Business Planning, Program, youth services. Specific duties may include: ● Researching relevant industries, companies and business ideas, mostly online and some phone conversations. ● Writing business plans, creating pitch decks for potential partnerships ● Conducting business analysis of plans ● Helping teammates analyze and assess their plans, triaging potential opportunities to find most promising opportunities. ● Pressure testing, assessing, finding red flags and discovering reasons that ideas might fail Qualifications: ● Current or recent enrollment in a graduate or undergraduate degree program with an interest and aptitude to work in business, social enterprise, and/or non-profit management ● Ability to prioritize tasks and handle numerous assignments simultaneously and independently ● Excellent research and writing skills, and strong attention to detail ● Grace under pressure and good judgment in sensitive situations ● Proficient in Microsoft Office and internet applications

Compensation: Unpaid for Academic Credit

Website: https://www.juma.org/

Company Description:
Juma strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education, and financial capability for youth across America. Juma is looking for ways to expand beyond the sports and entertainment venues that comprise a bulk of our business. We’re looking for consistent shifts for our youth to work and steady sources of revenue.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email Mark Breimhorst at operations@juma.org by December 11th, 2020.

About-Face Spring 2021 College Internship

Employer Name: Hénia Belalia

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
About-Face offers self-identified girls* (and gender expansive youth) knowledge, critical thinking skills and activist tools they need to fight back against a culture that diminishes and disempowers them. We believe in young people’s leadership and power to inspire and create change within our communities -- and as an intern, you’ll work with our small & close-knit team to learn about how media affects teens; learn the ins and outs of non-profit organisations; and work collaboratively with us on our outreach & programming. This work can range from assisting youth in creating art/media activism, to outreach and assistance for putting together out-of-school workshops, to collecting and compiling media examples that can inform our programs. You’ll also design and implement a resource, event, workshop, or content geared towards educating & informing girls* about media literacy as it intersects with social justice.

Requirements:
This internship will ideally take place from January to May 2021, and candidates should be available for 8 to 12 hours per week. We’re seeking interns with excellent organisational skills; interest in how media affects womxn and girls*; a willingness to learn new technologies and use Zoom creatively; friendly & effective communication skills; and a readiness to take initiative and use critical thinking skills!

Compensation: Unpaid/For School Credit

Website: about-face.org

Company Description:
About-Face frees girls from the confines of a toxic culture so they can fulfill their potential. At the organisation's roots are activism, awareness-raising, body positivity, media and cultural literacy, a belief in the power of youth, social justice principles, and gender equity. We work with self-identified girls ages 12-18 in their schools, organizations, and via social media to teach them critical thinking and skills centered on understanding and critiquing our mainstream culture, including media nad social media. We then transform that knowledge into activism skills that they can use throughout their lives. About-Face is in the San Francisco Bay Area and is working to expand its online and on-the-ground presence. You can learn about us at www.about-face.org.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply by Friday January 22nd 2021. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so applying earlier will help. The ability to receive credit through an internship program or requirement for your academic institution is highly preferred. (Please check with the appropriate department/educator in advance of applying and confirm this is possible in your application. To apply, email the following to Henia Belalia, Director of Programs at henia@about-face.org: A brief cover letter in the body of your email that tells us: how you will contribute to About-Face’s work; name of your current college/university; whether you will be able to receive credit and/or hours; and the number of total or weekly hours you’ll be available to work with us. Attach a resume or description of your previous work/experience to your email. We’ll aime to respond by 7 business days after you apply. The interview will be conducted over Zoom.

Spring 2021 Social Media Internship at Nailed it! Media

Employer Name: nailed it! media

City / Location: Los Angeles

Description:
We want to find someone hungry who wants to work collaboratively with us! We need somebody who can hit the ground running growing and engaging with our social media accounts and understands the exact communities to target for each client. Good vibes, good energy is a must. Our ideal candidate is a problem-solver who is able to communicate clearly with the entire staff. Responsibilities Publish and share daily content that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to take action Growing Accounts Community Engagement Moderate all user-generated content in line with the moderation policy for each community Continuously improve by capturing and analyzing the appropriate social data/metrics, insights and best practices, and then acting on the information Copywriting for social media posts Graphic Design + Photography (Potentially)

Requirements:
Excellent writing, editing, presentation and communication skills Demonstrable social networking experience and social analytics tools knowledge Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented with good multitasking and organizational ability Fluency in English Previous social media internship experience is a plus! Preferable: Working on degree in Communications, Marketing, Business, New Media or Public Relations Personality Profile Positive Atitude Self-Starter Team Player Multi-tasker Tech-Savvy Communicative -- Gives feedback and asks to learn new things! Driven Entrepreneur-minded

Compensation:

Website: naileditmedia.com

Company Description:
Digital marketing and social media agency based in Los Angeles.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send any inquiries and resumes to Collin@naileditmedia.com

Communications for Principal Success Fund - a new education nonprofit

Employer Name: Principal Success Fund

City / Location: Daly City, CA

Description:
As Communications Intern for Principal Success Fund (PSF), you will develop key content and help lead Communications strategy for a brand new nonprofit. I launched Principal Success Fund to better support K-12 public school leaders. I have over 15 years experience in nonprofit fundraising and have two kids in elementary school. Their school is fortunate to have a dynamic principal who led major improvements in facilities, parent engagement, and academics. Unfortunately, sharp budget cuts threaten all of the gains our principal has led. This deeply frustrated me, particularly since our school serves 83% high-need students who face significant challenges. All Bay Area public schools have endured years of budget cuts, which inhibit their principals from improving their schools. I see an opportunity to connect the world of philanthropy, which I know well from my career, with that of public education. My goal is to raise $8 million over 5 years, which would fund grants to principals of 100 high-need public schools in the Bay Area. I have been developing Principal Success Fund for about a year and am proud to have just launched my website. I have a few other basic Communication tools such as a slide deck but could use some help, particularly on social media. The Communications Intern would play a leading role in moving Principal Success Fund from a “quiet phase” (where we are currently) to a small public launch this fall. This would start with building a presence on social media, which would comprise the bulk of the Communications Intern’s work. I’m looking for someone to create a variety of content about PSF, find relevant content to repost, and engage with supporters. Once we have a presence, we will launch the organization to our small list, which we will work to grow. In addition to social media, I am looking for someone to contribute to PSF in the following ways: • Review and improve the PSF website • Review and improve other PSF communications materials • Strategize on PSF’s communications and messaging for the next 12 months • Obtain and edit additional photos and media Depending on the person’s interest, I can have them work in other areas including: • Creating and managing online events • Developing PSF’s Education Advisory Board • Research on programs or funding opportunities Overall, this is an exciting opportunity to be a lead thought partner and help shape the future of PSF as we enter a period of rapid growth. Please join us!

Requirements:
-Passionate about educational equity; interest in giving back and nonprofit organizations -Deep experience and interest with social media, ideally someone who has previously managed social media for an organization -Experience with Wordpress is desired but not required -Excitement about helping to grow a new venture and flexibility with an organization that does not yet have set procedures -Estimated time commitment is 4 hours per week

Compensation: $60 per week

Website: www.principalsuccessfund.org

Company Description:
Principal Success Fund – Investing in Public School Leadership and Innovation Principal Success Fund awards grants to public school principals who have innovative ideas to improve their schools but are not empowered to implement them. PSF focuses on principals because they know their schools’ needs intimately and are eager to address them, but cannot invest in solutions due to years of budget cuts. When principals lead school-specific projects, they generate a strong ripple effect—inspiring parents, teachers, and community members to get involved and do more—thereby leveraging the impact of PSF’s investments. Despite being one of the wealthiest states, California’s K-12 schools have ranked towards the bottom for many years, and there is a widening achievement gap in low-income communities. Trillions have been spent on unsuccessful top-down improvement schemes, but individual school budgets keep getting cut. Principals are not able to invest in initiatives they know will make a difference. PSF’s program starts with listening to principals. Principals propose projects to improve student achievement, school climate, or educator retention—three areas proven to be critical for boosting student outcomes. Successful proposals will receive a grant of $75,000 over three years. Because every PSF project is tailored to a particular school and community, each will be distinct. Implementing these projects will yield 100 unique case studies, which will be shared with schools across the country so other principals can adapt, build on, and improve these ideas, again leveraging the impact of PSF’s investments. Principal Success Fund will have a lasting impact by: transforming 100 school communities, benefiting about 50,000 high-need students; generating 100 case studies of principal led initiatives, which will be shared widely with schools; and advocating for greater support of education and school leadership among leaders in the public and private sectors.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send a copy of your resume to Aaron Rashba, Founder and CEO of Principal Success Fund - aaron@principalsuccessfund.org

Marketing, Communications, and Public Relations Internship

Employer Name: The ALS Association Golden West Chapter

City / Location: 1624 Franklin St, Suite 310, Oakland, CA

Description:
This internship is an excellent opportunity for an individual who has an entrepreneurial spirit and wants to build their experience in a variety of projects and activities related to public relations, marketing, and communications. The ALS Association Golden West Chapter offers a strong support system, team oriented environment and exposure to a variety of responsibilities all online. (Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all employees and interns are working remotely for the rest of the year.) This position will work in collaboration with the staff that will include some but not limited to the following functions: • Assist with the implementation of the public relations, marketing, communications activities for the Chapter • Help design, edit, and write for monthly eNewsletters, brochures and other information/promotional materials for our various programs • Help create website content and e-communications within our content management system (Convio). • Help with social media postings and tracking • Assist in the creation and distribution of media materials, including press releases, public service announcements, key messages and fact sheets, etc. • Actively promote webinars, info-graphics, videos, etc across multiple social media platforms • Maintain the communication calendar

Requirements:
• Interest in the public relations, marketing, communications and/or journalism fields. • Responsible and dedicated with a desire to serve the community. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Outgoing and flexible with a willingness to work under deadlines. • A passion for social media and digital media marketing. • Basic understanding of photography and video production. • Must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student. • Fluent in the Microsoft Office Suite • Experience with programs within the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design). • Experience with various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, Instagram). • Experience with pr software (Vocus, Cison) and with media tracking tools (Google alerts, Hoot Suite) preferred. • Experience with HTML, CSS, and websites preferred, but not essential. • Self-motivated, resourceful and able to work independently with little supervision.

Compensation: The internship is unpaid. School credit is available.

Website: www.alsagoldenwest.org

Company Description:
The mission of The ALS Association is to lead the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support. We are a member of the National Health Council and the only National organization solely dedicated to fighting ALS on all fronts while directly serving the ALS community. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The ALS Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. The Golden West Chapter serves people with ALS and their families in 31 counties throughout California and in the state of Hawaii. For more information about The ALS Association Golden West Chapter, please visit us at www.alsagoldenwest.org or email us at info@alsagoldenwest.org

Application Process and Employer Contact:
If interested, please contact Jenica Lancy, Director of Marketing and Communications of The ALS Association Golden West Chapter at jlancy@alsagoldenwest.org and please send your resume.

Virtual Mentor Volunteer

Employer Name: Michelle Balshin

City / Location: Virtual

Description:
StudentSphere is a free mentorship program that pairs K-12 students with college students to assist families with the transition to online learning. The aim of this organization is to help alleviate the stress many parents are feeling as they have become the primary educators at home. College student volunteers assist with homework, tutoring, learning new skills, and also socialize with their mentee through a virtual platform.

Requirements:
Mentors must be enrolled college students or recent graduates. Mentors must apply with a valid '.edu' email address. Mentors must complete a brief training that is sent out after applications are submitted.

Compensation: None- Volunteer based

Website: https://studentsphere.org/

Company Description:
StudentSphere was established in late April of 2020 amidst the Covid-10 pandemic by three college students, two from UC Davis and one from SDSU. In the months the organization has been active, nearly 200 K-12 students have received assistance whether it be homework help or simply socializing with a mentor. StudentSphere serves the entire continental US as well as US territories and Canada. Multilingual mentors are highly encouraged to apply as many non-English speaking households have signed up with our service. We are a community service project for the time being, but working towards a non-profit status. You can find us on instagram and Linkedin @student.sphere for more updates.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
The application is listed on our website under "Become a Mentor." Fill out the questionnaire to join StudentSphere. For any questions, email us at studentsphereinfo@gmail.com.

Vanguard Court Watch Internship

Employer Name: Michelle Lagos

City / Location: Davis

Description:
We are offering an online internship. If possible, can you please email this to your students to make them aware of this opportunity. The Vanguard Court Watch program is seeking interns. The Court Watch has been monitoring and reporting on local court cases for the last decade in Yolo County and has expanded into Sacramento and San Francisco. Our program is currently looking for interns who can attend virtual court watch sessions two to three times a week to cover criminal trials. Interns would be trained in journalism alongside an experienced Sacramento journalist and develop a journalistic portfolio.

Requirements:
Interns must be able to: - Attend virtual court watch sessions two to three times a week - Attend a virtual 6:30 pm Monday meeting every week - Contribute 10 hours a week - Meet same-day deadlines

Compensation:

Website: https://www.davisvanguard.org

Company Description:
The People’s Vanguard of Davis is a 501(c)3 non-profit, a community-based watchdog and news reporting organization that publishes daily covering the city of Davis, Yolo County Courts, and other regional news and commentary. The Vanguard seeks to bring transparency, accountability, and fairness to local government, while promoting social justice and democracy, and adhering to principles of accuracy and fairness in our reporting.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply, please email a copy of your resume and a writing sample to our internship coordinator Michelle Lagos (mlagos@davisvanguard.org).

Alliance for Social and Economic Justice Festival Student Intern

Employer Name: Alliance for Social and Economic Justice

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The San Francisco living wage coalition is seeking a Fall Intern to assist with the first annual Alliance for Social & Economic Justice Film Festival. Your skills and experience will be utilized for: -Researching online and evaluating films and videos relating on the film festival topics of social and economic justice -Help in looking and applying for Grants to increase funding for asej film festival -Writing synopsis and evaluations of films for film festival committee -Conducting outreach for film festival through letter writing campaign, and by attending and making presentations at community and union meetings -Assist with the creation of program development and content for the film festival -Social media content development such as in Website,Facebook page,twitter,etc

Requirements:
The SFLWC is looking for students in Cinema, Video Broadcasting,Communications or related majors such as Ethnic Studies or Sociology willing to make a commitment to the film festival committee. Deadlines and attendance for scheduled meetings will be strictly adhered to as the committee members are professionals volunteering their time to the film festival committee.

Compensation: No compensation.Can get get extra class credit,resume building

Website: asej@riseup.net

Company Description:
In the midst of growing income inequality and wealth disparity, we need to bring people together to strategize on resolving the interrelated crises in jobs, health care, housing, education, the environment and continuing wars. The Problem. The Solution.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please contact SFLWC co-campaign directors Karl Kramer/David Frias at 415- 863- 1225,email at sflivingwage@riseup.net

Social Media Strategy and Design Internship at Hamilton Families

Employer Name: Hamilton Families

City / Location: San Francisco, CA (remote)

Description:
The Hamilton Families Development team provides direct fundraising, volunteering, and communications support to the Hamilton Families agency. Our work covers strategic partnerships, institutional giving, community partnerships, as well as communications and external relations. The internship is unpaid and part-time. Interns contribute 8-10 hours per week, with remote supervision and support from the Communications Manager. Except for the summer periods, we also consider part-time internships. Responsibilities: Communications interns pursue projects that are designed to make a significant difference in our work toward ending family homelessness, and have opportunities to learn about Hamilton Families overall. This internship focuses on Social Media Strategy and Design: • Design social media collateral for our core platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn) that illustrates our organization’s mission and values. • Draft and prepare social media content/copy for corporate partners, board members, staff members, events, press, volunteers, donors, advocacy efforts, and other internal and external opportunities. • Support the development and design of larger social media giving campaigns, fundraisers, strategies, and other efforts. • Contribute to and refine an existing social media content management system (Hootsuite), incorporating a dynamic social media content calendar (Airtable). • Report on Hamilton Families’ social media analytics on a quarterly basis, identifying patterns, gaps, and solutions (if applicable). • Report on external social media trends and propose new opportunities and platforms we can use to communicate to our followers and subscribers. Key Projects: In a time when in-person interactions are strongly prohibited—motivating people to seek social engagement elsewhere—social media has proven itself as the great unifier, bringing people together to share their stories during the pandemic. However, as social media becomes more saturated with messages from more and more groups, social media user behavior is becoming more and more brand agnostic. Hamilton Families is committed to retaining and growing our followers on social media, converting them to brand ambassadors, homeless advocates, and long-term donors, all of whom are vital to the health and success of Hamilton Families’ mission to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Develop and design social media collateral and posting strategies around key awareness and fundraising holidays during Fall 2020 including, but not limited to: Staff Appreciation Month (Sep.), International Day of Charity (Sep. 5), World Mental Health Day, (Oct. 10), International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (Oct. 17), National Homelessness Awareness Month (Nov.), Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1) and Year End Giving (Dec.). Competencies: Communication • Speaks and writes clearly and effectively. • Listens to others, correctly interprets messages and responds appropriately. • Asks questions to clarify and exhibits interest in having two-way communication. • Tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience. • Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed. Teamwork • Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals. • Solicits input by genuinely valuing others' ideas and expertise. • Is willing to learn from others. • Places team agenda before personal agenda. • Supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position. • Shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings. Human-centered Approach • Considers oneself an advocate of the participants in our programs and seeks to see things from participants’ point of view. • Establishes and maintains productive partnerships with participants by gaining their trust and respect. • Identifies participants’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions. • Monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the participants’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems. • Keeps participant’s informed of progress or setbacks in projects. Planning and Organizing • Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies. • Identifies priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required. • Allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work. • Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning. • Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary. • Uses time efficiently. Creativity • Actively seeks to improve programs or services; • Offers new and different options to solve problems or meet participant needs; • Promotes and persuades others to consider new ideas; • Takes calculated risks on new and unusual ideas; thinks “outside the box.” • Takes an interest in new ideas and new ways of doing things; • Is not bound by current thinking or traditional approaches. Technological Awareness • Keeps abreast of available technology. • Understands applicability and limitations of technology to the work of the office. • Actively seeks to apply technology to appropriate tasks. • Shows willingness to learn new technology. Education We seek candidates with relevant coursework in design, web development, strategic design and management, marketing, information design, public relations, media studies, journalism, or data visualization.

Requirements:
Please note that to qualify for an internship with Hamilton Families, applicants must meet one of the following requirements: • Be enrolled in, or have completed, a graduate school program (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); or • Be enrolled in, or have completed, two academic years of a bachelor’s level undergraduate school program (first university degree program or equivalent). Additional Requirements • Be computer literate in standard software applications. • Keen interest in communications, graphic design, and data visualization. • Understanding of user-experience design, information hierarchy, design principles and typography. • Knowledge of industry standard software (Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop). • Knowledge of key online platforms and simple web coding (e.g. Microsoft SharePoint, Squarespace, HTML, CSS). • Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work at Hamilton Families and have a personal commitment to the ideals stated in our organization values. • Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural, ethnic, racial, or socioeconomic backgrounds, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views. Work Experience: Intern applicants are not required to have professional work experience. However, a field of study that is closely related to the type of internship that you are applying for is required. Applicants must be a student in a Bachelor’s (final two years), Master’s, or Ph.D. program or equivalent, or have completed a Bachelor's, Master's or Ph.D. program. Languages: English and Spanish are the working languages of Hamilton Families. For the internship advertised, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another working language is an advantage. In your cover letter, please indicate if this is applicable to you. Duration: We recruit interns throughout the year for assignments of 8-15 weeks. In your cover letter, please indicate when you would like to start your internship. • Fall (September to December) • Spring (January to April) • Summer (June to August)

Compensation: Unpaid; Academic Credit (if available)

Website: hamiltonfamilies.org

Company Description:
Hamilton Families’ mission is ending family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco’s leading service provider to families experiencing homelessness, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email all items in the Application Checklist below to Hamilton Families Communications Manager, Cory Winter, at cwinter@hamiltonfamilies.org. Positions are open until filled. Any questions or concerns should be directed via email to Cory at cwinter@hamiltonfamilies.org. Application Checklist Please email the following in PDF format: Resume. Cover letter with the following: • Duration of internship (Fall, Spring, Summer). • Degree program (what are you currently studying). • Graduation date (when will you graduate or when did you graduate from the program). • List of the IT skills and programs that you are proficient in. • List of your top three areas of interest. • Explanation on why you are the best candidate for this specific internship. If you have an online portfolio, please submit a link.

Strategic Communications Internship at Hamilton Families

Employer Name: Hamilton Families

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Communications interns pursue projects that are designed to make a significant difference in our work toward ending family homelessness, and have opportunities to learn about Hamilton Families overall. This internship focuses on Strategic Communications: • Develop an agency-wide strategic communications plan with the objective to shift the narrative on homelessness and housing affordability solutions, incorporating a racial equity lens and key messaging received by our work with the Bay Area Shift the Narrative collaboration. • Identify relevant communication resources, publications, professional organizations, and people in the homelessness and housing that are integral to the success of the communications plan. • Connect with professionals in the housing and homelessness sector, and interview Hamilton Families program staff to gain first-hand insight on communication problems/opportunities when expressing issues related to family homelessness. • Develop original/creative supporting materials and content to be used when implementing the strategic plan.

Requirements:
Please note that to qualify for an internship with Hamilton Families, applicants must meet one of the following requirements: • Be enrolled in, or have completed, a graduate school program (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); or • Be enrolled in, or have completed, two academic years of a bachelor’s level undergraduate school program (first university degree program or equivalent). Additional Requirements: • Be computer literate in standard software applications. • Keen interest in communications, journalism, media management, and public relations. • Understanding of narrative structures, acute messaging, and storytelling. • Knowledge of industry standard software (Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop). • Knowledge of key online platforms and simple web coding (e.g. Microsoft SharePoint, Squarespace, HTML, CSS). • Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work at Hamilton Families and have a personal commitment to the ideals stated in our organization values. • Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural, ethnic, racial, or socioeconomic backgrounds, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views. Work Experience: Intern applicants are not required to have professional work experience. However, a field of study that is closely related to the type of internship that you are applying for is required. Applicants must be a student in a Bachelor’s (final two years), Master’s, or Ph.D. program or equivalent, or have completed a Bachelor's, Master's or Ph.D. program. Languages: English and Spanish are the working languages of Hamilton Families. For the internship advertised, fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another working language is an advantage. In your cover letter, please indicate if this is applicable to you. Duration: We recruit interns throughout the year for assignments of 8-15 weeks. In your cover letter, please indicate when you would like to start your internship. • Fall (September to December) • Spring (January to April) • Summer (June to August)

Compensation: Unpaid; Academic Credit (if available)

Website: hamiltonfamilies.org

Company Description:
Hamilton Families’ mission is ending family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco’s leading service provider to families experiencing homelessness, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email all items in the Application Checklist below to Hamilton Families Communications Manager, Cory Winter, at cwinter@hamiltonfamilies.org. Positions are open until filled. Any questions or concerns should be directed via email to Cory at cwinter@hamiltonfamilies.org. Application Checklist Please email the following in PDF format: • Resume. • Cover letter with the following: • Duration of internship (Fall, Spring, Summer). • Degree program (what are you currently studying). • Graduation date (when will you graduate or when did you graduate from the program). • List of the IT skills and programs that you are proficient in. • List of your top three areas of interest. • Explanation on why you are the best candidate for this specific internship. • If you have an online portfolio, please submit a link.

Communications and Community Engagement Intern at Community Boards (Remote)

Employer Name: Community Boards SF

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Internship would consist of supporting the Community Engagement Coordinator in general outreach activities and communications.

Requirements:
-Strong ability to navigate social media platforms. -Professional level writing skills and style. -Interest in the field of mediation and conflict resolution.

Compensation:

Website: www.communityboards.org

Company Description:
Community Boards operates the longest running nonprofit conflict resolution center in the United States. We have an excellent reputation for supplying high quality programs in the community since 1976. We offer a range of affordable conflict resolution programs and services to residents, businesses, schools and communities throughout San Francisco. Our mediation services are offered in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and English through our corps of 450+ highly skilled volunteer Community Mediators.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send resumé and letter of interest to Margery Fairchild, Community Engagement Coordinator at mfairchild@communityboards.org

Community Building and Social Media Intern (Remote) & Fundraising/Grant-Writing Intern (Remote) at Recess Collective

Employer Name: Recess Collective

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Recess Collective is a nonprofit community space for families with young children designed to promote early childhood development, provide parent support and build community. Our physical location is on Taraval at 32nd Avenue, though it is currently closed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. While Recess is closed, we're working to move our offerings online and create connections amongst members so that the community continues to thrive.

Requirements:
These internships involve helping to build our online library for families which will include: activities for young children, resources from local professionals (child development experts, wellness professionals, educators and artists), storytime videos and a community platform. In addition to this project, you will schedule social media posts, use mailchimp to assist with client communications, and create blog posts. Knowledge of salesforce &/or social media or willingness to learn is preferred.

Compensation: Unpaid for academic credit

Website: https://recesscollective.org/

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email lisa@recesscollective.org and fill out the form at: https://recesscollective.org/volunteer

Fall 2020 Internships from the San Francisco International Arts Festival

Employer Name: San Francisco International Arts Festival

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
POSITIONS AVAILABLE Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant The Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant shall work with the Festival director board members to identify and reach out to potential business sponsors. Responsibilities will include helping design and customize the SFIAF Corporate Sponsor Packet to suit individual clients / sponsors. The Research Assistant will also research government and private foundation funding possibilities and deadlines through the internet, the Foundation Center and other publications. Responsibilities include maintaining a database of potential funders and assembling completed grant proposals. Community Outreach Assistant The Community Outreach Assistant shall work to develop and coordinate residency activities for artists participating in the International Festival, and help do outreach to and coordinate tickets for identified community interest groups to attend the Festival. This position also involves signing up volunteers to work on the weekend of the Festival and tabling community outreach events. Advocacy, PR & Marketing Assistant The Advocacy Assistant shall work to develop relationships with community groups that are working on legislative campaigns that are of interest and of benefit to the Bay Area’s non-profit arts community. Responsibilities will also include interacting with the mass media. Work includes managing and distributing the SFIAF newsletter, helping to develop, distribute and make follow-up calls on media releases and posting to online calendar websites and social media. HTML Website Manager & Graphic Designer Hone your professional design skills developing flyers, postcards, posters and online graphics for artists participating in the 2019 Festival. Work with the Festival’s marketing team to build web-pages, email blasts, social media pages and promotions. Video Producer & Photographer Utilizing SFIAF’s membership in the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC), work with SFIAF’s PR team to edit and produce promotional videos and PSAs of artists performing in the October prototype. Also work to post and promote videos and promotional images on social media.

Requirements:
Internships: SFIAF is offering internship opportunities to Communication Studies undergraduates from San Francisco State University who are interested in gaining experience in marketing, promotion, fund development, production and arts administration. •The time commitment is roughly eight hours per week for a 14-week period. •The earliest starting date is September 8 and the latest starting date is September 21. •The prototype program (if it takes place) will run from October 24-25 at Fort Mason. •Most positions can be adapted to be 75-100% remote / online.

Compensation: Unpaid for academic credit

Website: https://www.sfiaf.org/

Company Description:
Mission: The mission of the Festival is to embody an imaginative microcosm of the Bay Area’s arts community, to present innovative projects that are focused on increasing human awareness and understanding and to promote a multicultural international performance platform that inspires local and global audiences. To fulfill its mission SFIAF actively seeks to promote diversity and equity, activism and advocacy, education and the free exchange of ideas through a multi-faceted program presented at, and in collaboration with, the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. As a response to the COVID-19 Pandemic SFIAF is moving its entire operation out of doors. If San Francisco’s re-opening plans stay on course, there will be a prototype Mini-Festival on October 24-25 at Fort Mason.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
For more details / questions send an email to andrew@sfiaf.org or call 415-399-9554.

America Counts

Employer Name: Institute for Civic & Community Engagement (ICCE)

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The America Counts tutoring program is a federally funded work-study program in which ICCE hires SF State students to provide academic support and facilitation activities for youth in K-8 public schools and after-school programs throughout San Francisco. The program focuses on elementary and middle school students who are struggling with their math skills, but tutors may be asked to tutor/facilitate in other areas such as reading, history, sports etc. There is no cost to community partner sites or to the parents of children being tutored. The goal of the program is to help build a strong mathematical foundation for students and in so doing, ensure greater college success and access to careers in a growing technological market. Note**: Fall 2020 America Counts tutors will be working virtually (will continually adjust per COVID-19 guidelines).

Requirements:
-Eligible for Work-study -Commitment to work for one year (September 2020 - May 2021) -Available to work 8-10 hours a week -Ability to work virtually -Desire to make an impact, be a mentor!

Compensation: $16.07

Website: icce.sfsu.edu

Company Description:
The Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE) provides opportunities for civic engagement and leadership development at San Francisco State University for students, faculty, staff, and community members. Through innovative courses, experiential learning, political engagement, participatory action research, and direct services, we connect the resources and expertise of the urban university with the knowledge and assets of diverse communities. Working locally, statewide, nationally, and internationally, we cultivate strong leaders who will effectively advocate for social, economic and educational inclusion, and fully participate in the civic life and political processes of their communities.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please complete an application here: https://sfsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d7pD6HHbRUxKgwB?Q_JFE=qdg Contact Glendie Domingo at glendie@sfsu.edu for questions!

Fall 2020 Business Development Internship at Juma (Remote)

Employer Name: Juma

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The Business Development Intern will directly assist Mark Breimhorst, COO/CFO, and other members of the Business Development (Biz Dev)team with a wide range of projects related to business development opportunities for Juma Ventures. The intern will gain a better understanding of business opportunities and challenges for a social enterprise. The intern will participate as an active member of the Biz Dev team to develop and present business opportunities in response to strategic organizational needs. The candidate will also have opportunities to work with the data quality, programs, enterprise, finance, and development staff.

Requirements:
Duties and Responsibilities: Assignments will focus on analyzing business opportunities and the intern will gain experience in one or several of the following competencies and key processes: Data analysis, Workforce Management, Project Management and Planning, Business Acumen, Strategy, Business Planning, Program, youth services. Specific duties may include: ● Researching relevant industries, companies and business ideas, mostly online and some phone conversations. ● Writing business plans, creating pitch decks for potential partnerships ● Conducting business analysis of plans ● Helping teammates analyze and assess their plans, triaging potential opportunities to find most promising opportunities. ● Pressure testing, assessing, finding red flags and discovering reasons that ideas might fail Qualifications: ● Current or recent enrollment in a graduate or undergraduate degree program with an interest and aptitude to work in business, social enterprise, and/or non-profit management ● Ability to prioritize tasks and handle numerous assignments simultaneously and independently ● Excellent research and writing skills, and strong attention to detail ● Grace under pressure and good judgment in sensitive situations ● Proficient in Microsoft Office and internet applications

Compensation: Unpaid for Academic Credit

Website: https://www.juma.org/

Company Description:
Juma strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education, and financial capability for youth across America. Juma is looking for ways to expand beyond the sports and entertainment venues that comprise a bulk of our business. We’re looking for consistent shifts for our youth to work and steady sources of revenue.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email Mark Breimhorst at operations@juma.org

Fall 2020 Social Media Internship at Nailed It Media (Remote)

Employer Name: Nailed It Media

City / Location: Los Angeles

Description:
We want to find someone hungry and who wants to work collaboratively with us! We need somebody who can hit the ground running growing and engaging with our social media accounts and understands the communities to target for each client. Our ideal candidate is a problem-solver who is able to communicate clearly with the entire staff. Responsibilities -Publish and share daily content that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to take action -Growing Accounts -Community Engagement -Moderate all user-generated content in line with the moderation policy for each community -Continuously improve by capturing and analyzing the appropriate social data/metrics, insights and best practices, and then acting on the information -Copywriting for social media posts -Graphic Design + Photography opportunities available

Requirements:
-Excellent writing, editing, presentation and communication skills -Demonstrable social networking experience and social analytics tools knowledge -Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels -Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented with good multitasking and organizational ability -Fluency in English -Previous social media internship experience is a plus! Preferable: studying for a degree in Communications, Marketing, Business, New Media or Public Relations

Compensation:

Website: naileditmedia.com

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email correspondence sent to collin@naileditmedia.com

Summer and Fall-Spring Internship at Alliance for Social and Economic Justice Festival

Employer Name: Alliance for Social and Economic Justice

City / Location: San Francisco,California

Description:
Research online and evaluate films and videos on film festival topic of social and economic justice; Write synopsis and evaluate films for film festival committee; Conduct outreach for film festival through letter writing campaign and phone - calling; Assist with the creation of program development and content of film festival; Social media content development.

Requirements:
The ASEJ is looking for serious students in Cinema, Broadcasting, Communications or related majors such as Ethnic Studies or Sociology willing to make a commitment to the film festival committee. Deadlines and attendance for scheduled zoom meetings will be strictly adhered to as the committee members are professionals volunteering their time to the film festival committee.

Compensation: No compensation.Can get get extra class credit,resume building

Website: asej@riseup.net

Company Description:
Non profit organization in the San Francisco Mission District.The Alliance for Social and Economic Justice is a network of organizations resolving jobs, health care, housing, education and continuing wars.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
For students interested please contact us at David Frias- david.frias@att.net or call the office at 415-757-0991

Summer YouTube Platform Assistant Internship

Employer Name: University Games

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
UG Studios Summer Internship Position Job Role Be part of the start-up team developing a new YouTube Channel broadcasting games and game content for a 24-hour Everything Games new channel. Job Date Starts July 6th, 2020 Ends September 1, 2020

Requirements:
Required Skills -Strong communication skills -Working knowledge of digital marketing -Course work in digital marketing, communications and consumer marketing (preferred) -social media marketing experience -SEO experience -Creative out-of-the-box thinking

Compensation: (Hourly) TBD Based Upon Experience

Website: https://www.universitygames.com/

Company Description:
University Games | Our Story ​ University Games was founded by Bob Moog and Cris Lehman. Bob and Cris always loved playing games with their families, and grew up thinking that fun and learning were a part of everyday life. As adults, they recognized a developing niche in social interaction and learning games for adults and children, and that is how University Games began on April 1, 1985. The company philosophy has always been to offer games that encourage social interaction and imagination through gameplay, with learning sprinkled in to season the game. The first product released was Murder Mystery Party, which generated $385,000 in 1985. In 1987, Bob co-invented 20 Questions, which like the Murder Mystery Party series, has been a mainstay of the University Games line for the past 31 years. In 1991, University Games created the Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? board game, which was based on the popular children's television show. Ever since, University Games has been creating educational board games designed so that players won't notice how much they are learning while they have fun! University Games has an in-house product development team that has made it the leading original game producer in the industry. With games like Kids on Stage, Totally Gross, Super Why ABC, and Scavenger Hunt for Kids, it is no wonder adults and children have come to expect great educational and entertaining products from University Games. By the end of the 1990s, University Games had successfully expanded to markets outside the United States. Now in more than 28 countries, the company has become a major player in the international game industry through increased distribution, experienced staff and strategic acquisitions including Great Explorations, Puremco, Inc., Topline Toys, BePuzzled, and Briarpatch. Today, University Games distributes more product in more outlets and in more markets than any other company focused on board games. The company now has six divisions--University Games (board games), Great Explorations (science and learning/glow-in-the-dark products), BePuzzled (puzzles and brainteasers), Briarpatch (preschool games and puzzles), U-Create (crafts and activities), and Front Porch Classics (classic games, built to last a lifetime). We constantly seek to keep our products contemporary through new product development. We also built entire ranges on literary and learning licenses. Currently, some of our popular licenses are Shimmer and Shine, Blaze and the Monster Machines, The World of Eric Carle, and Super WHY!. In 1995, 1996 and in 1999 University Games was named one of the top 150 fastest growing companies by the San Francisco Business Times, and in 1996 was named one of the fastest growing private companies in America by Inc. Magazine. Since its early years, University Games has won numerous toy awards from Parent's Choice, Family Fun Magazine, Child Magazine, Parenting Magazine and Dr. Toy. In 2015, University Games welcomed Puremco Inc. to the family. Founded in 1954, Puremco is the premier source of quality dominoes and domino-based games. The wide selection of Puremco products includes the original authorized games of Spinner, Chickenfoot, and SuperTrain, as well as basic double 6 to double 15 domino sets, unique "To-Go" packs and tin gift sets, including Mexican Train. Whether putting on a family game night or hosting a dominoes tournament, people enjoy playing these entertaining and challenging games! In 2016, University Games relaunched Briarpatch games for preschool and young children. University Games is a toy and game manufacturer located in San Francisco, California. Brands include, Bepuzzled, Briarpatch, Front Porch, Great Explorations, Haywire, Paul Lamond, Puremco and U-Create.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
For all information pertaining to this internship please contact the executive assistant to the President of University Games. Kate Dole 415-934-3744 kated@ugames.com

Fall 2020 Leadership Development & Outreach Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: Career Services & Leadership Development (CSLD) at SFSU

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The office of Career Services & Leadership Development is seeking a rising Junior or Senior to further the mission of CSLD. In this dynamic semester-long internship, you will work alongside the Leadership Development & Outreach Specialist at the CSLD office. As a Leadership Development & Outreach Intern, you will be working to assist students and alumni with their future career pathways. Your duties will include assisting with the programing and the maintenance of the President’s Leadership Fellows Program in addition to departmental outreach, and assistance on departmental events.

Requirements:
Junior or Senior currently attending SF State. Marketing 1. Create a marketing plan to promote the President’s Leadership Fellows Program (PLFP) for each semester 2. Identify and manage marketing efforts for CSLD’s daily & weekly events through LCD screens, tabling, posters, and social media 3. Create a marketing calendar for each semester 4. Creating and assemble marketing materials for advertising across campus Outreach 1. Engage in tabling and campus outreach initiatives 2. Hand out fliers and share information about Career Services & Leadership Development 3. Assist in producing a short 30-60 second video educational PSAs or commercials for the department 4. Assist in the posting of lawn signs, A-Frames and posters across campus in designated spots Manage 1. Mange the PLFP emails and attendance log 2. Contact students who have missed a PLFP workshop 3. Maintain budget of food, consultants and material expenses 4. Engage with PLFP members via emails to let them know about upcoming events or opportunities Collaborate with other units 1. Assist CSLD pro staff member or office with set up for any event, fair or workshop 2. Work closely with CSLD student assistants, events interns, and volunteers on events, fairs or workshops 3. Collaboration/communication with various units in order to assure successful marketing of CSLD events and programs. Desired Qualifications 1. Ability to work on calendared career event days and times 2. Positively and professionally represent Career Services & Leadership Development in all its activities 3. Must be able to communicate effectively with students, staff and employers

Compensation: Unpaid, Academic Credit

Website: http://csld.sfsu.edu/

Company Description:
Career Services & Leadership Development’s (CSLD) mission is to equip our diverse student and alumni population with modern resources that assist, guide, and foster their leadership, professional and career advancement. Through advances in technology and with staff ready to go the extra mile, we provide students with tools to take initiative and excel in their future endeavors.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please fill out external application at the designated link. Position open until filled. Any questions or concerns, please email the Leadership Development & Outreach Specialist Joseph Adams at plfp@sfsu.edu Application Link: https://sfsu.joinhandshake.com/surveys/45510

Summer 2020 Video Producer & Photographer Internship (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco International Arts Festival

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Utilizing SFIAF’s membership in the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC), work with SFIAF’s PR team to edit and produce promotional videos and PSAs of artists performing at the 2021 Festival. Also work to post and promote videos and promotional images on social media.

Requirements:
Internships: SFIAF is offering internship opportunities to Communication Studies undergraduates from San Francisco State University who are interested in gaining experience in marketing and promotion and arts administration. •The time commitment is 80 hours, which roughly equates to eight hours per week for a 10 week period. The starting date is June 1. Internships must be completed by August 7.

Compensation: Unpaid for academic credit

Website: sfiaf.org

Company Description:
Mission: The mission of the Festival is to present innovative projects focused on increasing human awareness and understanding and to feature artists that are an imaginative distillation of the Bay Area’s progressive arts community. SFIAF actively engages in creation and presentation, seeks to promote diversity and equity, activism and advocacy, education, entrepreneurialism and the free exchange of ideas through a multi-faceted three week program presented at, and in collaboration with, the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; coordinates and activates the shared resources of multiple arts organizations to reach mutually beneficial goals; fosters core values based on cultural and economic equity that prioritize the participation of diverse communities.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
•For more details / questions send an email to andrew@sfiaf.org or call 415-399-9554.

Summer 2020 Advocacy, PR & Marketing Assistant Internship (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco International Arts Festival

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The Advocacy Assistant shall work to develop relationships with community groups that are working on legislative campaigns that are of interest and of benefit to the Bay Area’s non-profit arts community. Responsibilities will also include interacting with the mass media. Work includes helping to develop, distribute and make follow-up calls on media releases and posting to online calendar websites and social media.

Requirements:
Internships: SFIAF is offering internship opportunities to Communication Studies undergraduates from San Francisco State University who are interested in gaining experience in marketing and promotion and arts administration. •The time commitment is 80 hours, which roughly equates to eight hours per week for a 10 week period. The starting date is June 1. Internships must be completed by August 7.

Compensation: Unpaid for academic credit

Website: sfiaf.org

Company Description:
Mission: The mission of the Festival is to present innovative projects focused on increasing human awareness and understanding and to feature artists that are an imaginative distillation of the Bay Area’s progressive arts community. SFIAF actively engages in creation and presentation, seeks to promote diversity and equity, activism and advocacy, education, entrepreneurialism and the free exchange of ideas through a multi-faceted three week program presented at, and in collaboration with, the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; coordinates and activates the shared resources of multiple arts organizations to reach mutually beneficial goals; fosters core values based on cultural and economic equity that prioritize the participation of diverse communities.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
•For more details / questions send an email to andrew@sfiaf.org or call 415-399-9554.

Summer 2020 Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant Internship (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco International Arts Festival

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The Sponsorship & Development Research Assistant shall work with the Festival director board members to identify and reach out to potential business sponsors. Responsibilities will include helping design and customize the SFIAF Corporate Sponsor Packet to suit individual clients / sponsors. The Research Assistant will also research government and private foundation funding possibilities and deadlines through the internet, the Foundation Center and other publications. Responsibilities include maintaining a database of potential funders and assembling completed grant proposals.

Requirements:
Internships: SFIAF is offering internship opportunities to Communication Studies undergraduates from San Francisco State University who are interested in gaining experience in marketing and promotion and arts administration. •The time commitment is 80 hours, which roughly equates to eight hours per week for a 10 week period. The starting date is June 1. Internships must be completed by August 7.

Compensation: Unpaid for academic credit

Website: https://www.sfiaf.org/

Company Description:
Mission: The mission of the Festival is to present innovative projects focused on increasing human awareness and understanding and to feature artists that are an imaginative distillation of the Bay Area’s progressive arts community. SFIAF actively engages in creation and presentation, seeks to promote diversity and equity, activism and advocacy, education, entrepreneurialism and the free exchange of ideas through a multi-faceted three week program presented at, and in collaboration with, the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; coordinates and activates the shared resources of multiple arts organizations to reach mutually beneficial goals; fosters core values based on cultural and economic equity that prioritize the participation of diverse communities.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
•For more details / questions send an email to andrew@sfiaf.org or call 415-399-9554.

Summer 2020 Diversity, Equity and Community (DEC) Intern at SF Opera (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Opera

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Department of Diversity, Equity and Community (DEC) of San Francisco Opera is committed to ensure people of racially and culturally diverse backgrounds and experiences share and enjoy our art, resources and relationships equitably. DEC provides opera education opportunities for students, adults, families and the community, builds and maintains authentic internal and external community relationships, and initiates conversations around the issues of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the world of opera. We are looking for an experienced and passionate individual to support with research, development and implementation of the internal companywide DEI climate survey. This is a remote internship.

Requirements:
Projects/Duties: •Work with the Director of Diversity, Equity and Community to build and execute a companywide climate survey. •Research and identify external consultant(s) and partner(s) to build the climate survey and act as a liaison between the team and the identified external partner(s). •Provide research and implementation support for organizational and departmental Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, including, but not limited to, Company DEI Deep Dive Sessions, DEC is ON Conversations, etc. •Provide weekly update to the DEC team via a virtual team meeting. •Other related duties as assigned. Prerequisite Skills: •Experience in research •Passion for the arts, education, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion •Knowledge or interest in opera, classical music, theater, and/or other performing art forms preferred, but not required •Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Words, Excel, Teams, etc.) and Google Suite (Docs, Drive, Hangout, etc.) of programs •Ability to work independently •Ability to commit to weekly virtual team meetings •Ability to project manage using the department’s project management tool, Asana •Ability to take initiative, to work as a team player, to organize and prioritize, and to take directions well •Ability to work a minimum of 8 hours/week

Compensation: Interns must be eligible to receive college credit from an accredited institution for their internships.

Website: https://sfopera.com

Company Description:
We have been thrilling audiences in San Francisco since 1923. We are known for commissioning numerous world premieres, training some of opera's greatest young artists and being one of the world’s leading opera companies. We believe opera is a uniquely compelling, entertaining and emotionally thrilling art form. Our mission is to bring together growing audiences to experience opera’s transformative power. OUR VISION: To crack the code on producing big art in the 21st century. OUR VALUES: We commit to: Pioneering new approaches to producing large-scale opera Striving for the highest standards of artistic integrity and excellence Fostering a positive, collaborative, diverse, inclusive organization Developing new audiences and creating dynamic audience relationships Creating impactful reciprocal connections with the community through education and engagement Upholding fiscal rigor and sound management as prerequisites for creativity OUR PERSONALITY: Creative Bold Inspiring Welcoming Excellent

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Application Procedure Email required cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department at employment@sfopera.com with the internship department name in the subject heading. San Francisco Opera / War Memorial Opera House is located at 301 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102. No phone calls, please.

Summer 2020 Volunteer Coordination Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Volunteers are key to the success of our organization. We have over 1,000 active volunteers every year, and the Volunteer Coordination Intern will learn firsthand about the backbone of our advocacy organization–our members–by organizing people around transportation issues in their neighborhood while building San Francisco’s bicycle community. You will gain hands-on professional development and valuable experience in communications, outreach and event planning for a thriving nonprofit organization. We will challenge you with a fast-paced, quick-turnaround experience on a hard-working team. What you’ll learn: -How to leverage volunteers to support and grow a nonprofit -Volunteer management: Recruitment, training, appreciation, retention, and evaluation -Program coordination, including database management, constituent outreach & engagement and logistics management

Requirements:
Responsibilities and duties include (but are not limited to): -Assist in the recruiting and training of SF Bicycle Coalition volunteers for a variety events -Represent the SF Bicycle Coalition Bicycle at events, fairs, trainings as needed -Organize and manage mass mailings -Assist in management of our Salesforce database -Write and edit social media, newsletter and website marketing for volunteer opportunities Required skills or abilities: -Have interest and/or experience in volunteer recruitment and management -Possess strong organizational/multi-tasking skills, attention to detail and have an ability to meet deadlines on time -Be a self-starter able to take initiative on individual projects -Have excellent and persuasive written and oral communication skills -Ability to get around the city to attend meetings and/or perform outreach -Comfortable riding a bike in an urban environment -Passion for making San Francisco a better city for living and biking Desired skills or abilities: Experience with Salesforce or other databases, Google Apps (Docs, Calendar, Gmail, etc.) and/or mass mailing applications helpful but not required

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For over 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit using the form link provided below by May 22nd. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/volunteer-coordination-intern/

Summer 2020 Bicycle Education Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Bicycle Education Intern will gain firsthand experience in all aspects of bicycle education programming in one of the largest bicycle advocacy organizations in the country. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is the leading provider of bike safety education in San Francisco, and all of our classes are free and open to the public. We offer year-round classes throughout the city on everything from learning to ride a bike for the first time as an adult, to classes for intermediate riders such as Night and All-Weather Biking. You can learn more about the different classes we offer here: https://sfbike.org/resources/urban-bicycling-workshops/ What you’ll learn: -Tactics for engaging people from many backgrounds in learning bike safety and confidence on the street -Program coordination, including constituent outreach & engagement and logistics management. -How to use non-profit industry-standard databases and applications to engage with a wide audience. -Skills in developing bicycle education curricula

Requirements:
Required skills or abilities: -Extremely strong written and oral communication skills -Highly organized and self-starter; ability to take on new tasks quickly and easily -Detail-oriented -Comfort riding a bike in an urban environment -Passion for making San Francisco a better city for living and biking Desired skills or abilities: -Experience in education programming or outreach -Fluency in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, or Filipino/Tagalog -Graphic design skills and experience (Adobe Creative Suite) -Experience with Salesforce or other databases, Google -Apps (Docs, Calendar, Gmail, etc.), Eventbrite, WordPress and/or SurveyMonkey helpful but not required

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 40 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit using the form link provided below by May 22nd. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/bicycle-education-intern/

Summer 2020 Event Planning Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Events Intern will gain valuable experience working for a leader in non-profit bicycle advocacy and will help advance the cause of better bicycling in San Francisco. The Events Intern will focus on one main event Golden Wheel Awards (July 29, 2020) and a variety of other smaller events. What you’ll learn: The Events Intern will gain valuable skills for anyone looking for a career in events and/or nonprofits. You will learn firsthand what it takes to organize large events. We will challenge you with a fast-paced, quick-turnaround experience on a hard-working team.

Requirements:
Responsibilities and duties include (but are not limited to): -Assist with marketing of events including posting events to online calendars, drafting social media content, selecting engaging photos, writing blogs, updating event website using WordPress, and more -Manage event ticket purchases and promo codes via Eventbrite -Meticulous record-keeping using Salesforce -Assist with misc. event logistics -Assist with outreach to corporate sponsors -Coordinate the delivery and pick-up of supplies, donations and equipment -Administrative support Desired skills or abilities: -Be highly organized, have excellent attention to detail, and able to meet deadlines -Have some events, logistics or production experience -Interest in bicycle advocacy -Interest in event planning/event management -Be a creative and motivated self-starter -Cheerful, friendly, upbeat outlook -Professional, responsible demeanor -Be able to ride a bicycle, haul a bicycle trailer, and lift at least 25lbs -Be computer-literate and Internet savvy, with direct experience in using Google apps (Docs, Calendar, Gmail).

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit using the form link provided below by May 22nd. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/event-planning-intern/

Summer 2020 Development Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
This position is a great opportunity if you are interested in learning more about how a nonprofit operates internally and the external factors contributing to an organization’s success. The Development Intern will gain important skills, such as working with Salesforce, a customer relationship management software, or CRM, that will translate to any nonprofit position. You will also gain valuable experience working for and alongside other staff of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, a leader in nonprofit advocacy which helps advance the cause of better bicycling in San Francisco. Along with CRM/database management and fundraising event assistance, specific tasks will be tailored to match the successful candidate’s interests and relate to a number of different fundraising projects. What you’ll learn: -Management and organization of donor information using the Salesforce CRM software -Administrative support -Relationship management with business partners -Researching potential organizational partners, funding opportunities, and foundation grants -Exposure to various types of nonprofit jobs and positions

Requirements:
The ideal candidate has the following interest, skills or abilities: -Commitment to learning and building new skills -Excellent writing and communication skills -Attention to detail -Creative and resourceful thinking -Interest in bicycle advocacy campaigns -Professional, responsible demeanor -Cheerful, friendly, upbeat outlook -Interest in nonprofit fundraising

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org

Company Description:
Development Intern By San Francisco Bicycle Coalition on October 1, 2019 The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume to Whitney Libunao, Development Associate, and submit using the form link provided below by May 22nd. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/development-intern/

Summer 2020 Bike It Forward Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The Bike It Forward Intern will have an inside view of the SF Bicycle Coalition, a vibrant, growing nonprofit advocacy organization, and gain first-hand experience in community organizing and leadership development, as well as bicycle mechanics. This internship will focus on the logistical and repair aspects of the Bike It Forward program, particularly our biggest event of the year: the BMAGIC giveaway. You’ll learn skills in: -Bicycle repair -Repair shop inventory and organization -Outreach and community-building -Grant reporting -Social media content creation

Requirements:
Responsibilities and duties include (but are not limited to): -Assist the Program Coordinator with repairs of the bicycles being distributed -Track incoming/outgoing stock of bicycles, parts, and accessories -Coordinate on-site logistics at bicycle distributions across San Francisco -Assist the Program Coordinator with Communications Required skills or abilities: -Basic bike mechanic skills -A positive attitude -Strong written and oral communication skills -Highly organized self-starter with the ability to work independently -Ability to get around the city to attend meetings and/or perform outreach -Comfortable riding a bicycle in an urban environment -Passion for making San Francisco a better city for living and biking Desired skills or abilities: -Fluency in Spanish, Mandarin or Cantonese -Experience with spreadsheet management

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org/

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 40 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit using the form link provided below by May 22nd. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/community-bike-builds-intern/

Summer 2020 Bicycle Advocacy Intern (Remote)

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Bicycle Advocacy Intern will support our Advocacy Team, with a focus on engaging our members in all phases of our street campaign work. This will include using our various communication channels (website, blog posts, social media and emails) mixed with on-the-ground outreach and in-office research to build support for new and improved bike infrastructure throughout San Francisco. What you’ll learn: -Various stages of winning a street campaign, including internal City planning, public outreach, environmental review, detailed design review and City approvals -Strategies to engage a large membership and the community-at-large to build support for bike infrastructure in San Francisco -The inner workings of various City agencies and what bicycle advocacy looks like in City Hall through meeting with project managers, elected officials and/or other decision-makers

Requirements:
Responsibilities and duties include (but are not limited to): -Assisting Advocacy Team with grassroots outreach, which may include streetside outreach or phone calls and emails to individual members -Attending a variety of meetings to take notes and make public comment, as needed -Assisting Advocacy Team with research to strengthen our knowledge base -Drafting content for emails and our blog regarding our advocacy work -Data entry for tracking campaign progress Required skills or abilities: -Strong written and verbal communication skills Experience in public and professional settings -Some experience and/or knowledge of copy editing to produce high-quality communications -Ability to work on tasks independently, set personal and professional goals and manage time productively Desired skills or abilities: -Ability to get around the city to attend meetings and/or perform outreach -Comfortable riding a bike in an urban environment Passion for making San Francisco a better city for living and biking

Compensation: Unpaid, academic credit

Website: https://sfbike.org

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 40 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit using the form link provided below. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political orientation. Apply Here: https://sfbike.org/news/bicycle-advocacy-intern/

Leadership Development & Outreach Intern

Employer Name: Career Services & Leadership Development

City / Location: San Francisco/ San Francisco State University

Description:
The office of Career Services & Leadership Development is seeking a rising Junior or Senior to further the mission of CSLD. In this dynamic semester-long internship, you will work alongside the Leadership Development & Outreach Specialist at the CSLD office. As a Leadership Development & Outreach Intern, you will be working to assist students and alumni with their future career pathways. Your duties will include assisting with the programing and the maintenance of the President’s Leadership Fellows Program in addition to departmental outreach, and assistance on departmental events.

Requirements:
.Junior or Senior currently attending SF State

Compensation: College Credit

Website: http://csld.sfsu.edu/

Company Description:
Career Services & Leadership Development’s (CSLD) mission is to equip our diverse student and alumni population with modern resources that assist, guide, and foster their leadership, professional and career advancement. Through advances in technology and with staff ready to go the extra mile, we provide students with tools to take initiative and excel in their future endeavors.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please fill out an external application at the designated link: application link. Position open until filled. Any questions or concerns please email the Leadership Development & Outreach Specialist Joseph Adams at plfp@sfsu.edu.

Public Relations Intern

Employer Name: Charles Zukow Associates

City / Location: 605 Market Street, San Francisco

Description:
Our internship program is a deep dive into the world of public relations and is open to those who have an interest in learning about PR practices, earned media, and strategic communications. Our interns become proficient in the technology, tools, and tactics essential to PR, Social Media, and Communications. The internship is approximately 3-4 months, with a minimum of 16 hours a week. Because we are a small team, our interns have the opportunity to learn from and work alongside our employees as a contributing team member. There will be opportunities to sit in on client calls, participate in company meetings and attend theater performances and events. There is no typical day at Charles Zukow Associates, but responsibilities generally include drafting and writing press materials, sourcing and curating relevant media lists, content creation, social media management, researching client-specific industries, participating in brainstorms, and pitching journalists & bloggers.

Requirements:
We're looking for juniors or seniors in college who have an interest in learning the Public Relations business. Preference will be given to those majoring in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, or Advertising majors. Additionally, we look for a track record of: •Excellent interpersonal skills (written and verbal) •Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment •Attention to detail •Strong problem-solving and organizational skills •Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs •And most importantly… a healthy sense of humor and a positive, friendly attitude!

Compensation: The internship must be completed for college credit. Interns receive a stipend upon successful completion of the internship!

Website: https://www.charleszukow.com/

Company Description:
Charles Zukow Associates (CZA) is a boutique public relations and marketing firm serving the arts & entertainment, lifestyle, hospitality, and retail industries. We specialize in public relations, social media, integrated marketing, media planning & buying, promotions, and beyond. We’re a small team with an array of individual experience and we’ve worked as the agency of record for iconic organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area including American Conservatory Theater, Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon, Cirque du Soleil, Curran, Broadway San Jose, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Jack London Square, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, Winchester Mystery House and more. We owe our success to unparalleled access to local media, personal attention to our clients, and a creative flair for shaping and sharing a story.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply for an internship with Charles Zukow Associates, please email Rachael Davison at rachaeld@charleszukow.com with your resume, cover letter, and Monday through Thursday availability for next semester.

San Francisco Court Watch Intern

Employer Name: The People's Vanguard of Davis

City / Location: Davis

Description:
We are looking for writers or pre-law students interested in an exciting but challenging program monitoring and reporting on court cases in the local courts that works with the San Francisco Public Defender's Office. The Vanguard Court Watch is a non-profit organization that covers the San Francisco County courts at sfcourtwatch.org. It offers student interns an opportunity to gain experience in the courthouse watching, case monitoring and research and writing articles for a local online publication. Students will also have the opportunity to work with the San Francisco Public Defender's office. THIS IS ONE OF THE ONLY OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL INTERNS TO GO INTO THE COURTROOM AND OBSERVE LIVE TRIALS. Anyone over 18 years of age or attending college is eligible to participate. We ask all interns to commit to 10 hours a week for 3 months but interns may request more hours. We have a training session over three meetings to teach interns about participating in the program and accepted interns shadow an experienced program member to the location. We have weekly meetings on Mondays and Thursdays at noon. (Course Credit available with arrangements with the institution). Please provide us with a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Upon receipt, you will be asked to complete an additional questionnaire and interview. For more information, contact Danielle Silva at dcsilva@davisvanguard.org

Requirements:
- Over the age of 18 years of age - Commit to 10 hours a week for 3 months at least - Attend at least one weekly meeting - Able to cover 2-3 3 hour shifts in the San Francisco Superior Court between the hours of 9 am to 4 pm - Capability to write articles on a short deadline

Compensation:

Website: sfcourtwatch.org

Company Description:
The People’s Vanguard of Davis is a 501(c)3 non-profit, a community-based watchdog and news reporting organization that publishes daily covering the city of Davis, Yolo County Courts, and other regional news and commentary. The Vanguard seeks to bring transparency, accountability and fairness to local government, while promoting social justice and democracy, and adhering to principles of accuracy and fairness in our reporting. Additional FaceBook pages: Davis Vanguard Court Watch - https://www.facebook.com/DVCW2019/ SF Court Watch - https://www.facebook.com/SF-Court-Watch-577413429452441/

Application Process and Employer Contact:
We request a cover letter, resume, and writing sample (nonfiction preferred and does not need to be a journalism piece). Following this, applicants will be asked to fill out a supplemental questionnaire and perform a phone interview.

Spring 2020 Events Management Intern

Employer Name: cred

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
cred is seeking rising Seniors to immerse themselves in our hands-on, fast-paced internship program. In this dynamic 3-month internship, you’ll work alongside our event team researching vendors, potential speakers, and conferences across a multitude of industries like: entertainment, artificial intelligence, mobile, marketing, retail, fintech, publishing, and others. Ideal candidates should think outside the box, be comfortable wearing many hats (we are a startup!), thrive on responsibility, and eager to gain experience in professional event management. As an Events Intern, You Will Be: - Updating event/research database - Assisting with/and updating organizational documents regularly: meeting agendas, status reports, work plans, production timelines, checklists, runs-of-show, etc. - Researching events/speakers/venues/and vendor information - Proofing marketing collateral such as websites, presentations, event apps, agendas, and signage - Drafting prep docs and slide decks to send to speakers and clients - Managing calendar invites for speakers, clients, and our events team - Assisting in creating event websites and/or social media setup/management - Attending and assisting in running conferences on-site, including speaker assistance and logistics support Duties will also include internal events we put on that support our team culture, including milestone events, birthday's and anniversaries, and more.

Requirements:
- Seniors in college or going into your Senior year, preferably studying public relations, marketing, or related industry - Enthusiasm for events, PR, and possess excellent communication skills - A strong team player; We’re a small but mighty team - Organization and attention to detail; Don't let anything fall through the cracks! - Strong research skills - Positive, proactive attitude; someone who isn’t afraid to take initiative and run with tasks - Creative writer, willing take risks and look for different stories to tell - Experience using Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hoosuite, and other social media tools in a professional setting - Previous internship in a PR/events related role is a plus -Must be available for a minimum of 12 weeks for 20+ hours a week (Jan. - May)

Compensation: This internship is an unpaid experience and will qualify for college credit.

Website: http://www.credpr.com

Company Description:
cred connects high-level execs with speaking opportunities around the globe to help them raise their profile, strengthen thought-leadership, and build brand awareness. We also help companies plan events!

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume to gina@credpr.com

Spring 2020 PR Internship

Employer Name: cred

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
cred is seeking rising Seniors to immerse themselves in our hands-on, fast-paced internship program. In this dynamic 3-month internship, you’ll work alongside our speaker management team researching events and conferences, drafting pitches, and helping secure speaking engagements for clients across a multitude of industries like: entertainment, artificial intelligence, mobile, marketing, retail, fintech, publishing, and others. Ideal candidates should think outside the box, be comfortable wearing many hats (we are a startup!), thrive on responsibility, and eager to gain experience in the PR industry. The Speaker Management Intern is responsible for: - Supporting your direct manager as well as the team with: - Updating event database and client event trackers - Researching events and pulling event information - Drafting pitches, abstracts, and talk descriptions for clients - Drafting client communications including but not limited to - monthly emails, secured opp emails, and final draft emails - Helping out with on our social media and marketing teams initiatives

Requirements:
- Seniors in college or going into your Senior year, preferably studying public relations, marketing, or related industry - Enthusiasm for PR, events, and possess excellent communication skills - A strong team player; We’re a small but mighty team - Organization and attention to detail; Don't let anything fall through the cracks! - Strong research skills - Positive, proactive attitude; someone who isn’t afraid to take initiative and run with tasks - Creative writer, willing to take risks and look for different stories to tell - Experience using Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hootsuite, and other social media tools in a professional setting - Previous internship in a PR/events related role is a plus -Must be available for a minimum of 12 weeks for 20+ hours a week (Jan. - May.)

Compensation: **This internship is an unpaid experience and will qualify for college credit.

Website: http://www.credpr.com

Company Description:
cred connects high-level execs with speaking opportunities around the globe to help them raise their profile, strengthen thought-leadership, and build brand awareness. We also help companies plan events!

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume to gina@credpr.com.

Fall Events Management Intern at cred

Employer Name: cred

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
cred is seeking rising Seniors to immerse themselves in our hands-on, fast-paced internship program. In this dynamic 3-month internship, you’ll work alongside our event team researching vendors, potential speakers, and conferences across a multitude of industries like: entertainment, artificial intelligence, mobile, marketing, retail, fintech, publishing, and others. Ideal candidates should think outside the box, be comfortable wearing many hats (we are a startup!), thrive on responsibility, and eager to gain experience in professional event management. As an Events Intern, You Will Be: - Updating event/research database - Assisting with/and updating organizational documents regularly: meeting agendas, status reports, work plans, production timelines, checklists, runs-of-show, etc. - Researching events/speakers/venues/and vendor information - Proofing marketing collateral such as websites, presentations, event apps, agendas, and signage - Drafting prep docs and slide decks to send to speakers and clients - Managing calendar invites for speakers, clients, and our events team - Assisting in creating event websites and/or social media setup/management - Attending and assisting in running conferences on-site, including speaker assistance and logistics support Duties will also include internal events we put on that support our team culture, including milestone events, birthday's and anniversaries, and more.

Requirements:
- Seniors in college or going into your Senior year, preferably studying public relations, marketing, or related industry - Enthusiasm for events, PR, and possess excellent communication skills - A strong team player; We’re a small but mighty team - Organization and attention to detail; Don't let anything fall through the cracks! - Strong research skills - Positive, proactive attitude; someone who isn’t afraid to take initiative and run with tasks - Creative writer, willing take risks and look for different stories to tell - Experience using Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hoosuite, and other social media tools in a professional setting - Previous internship in a PR/events related role is a plus -Must be available for a minimum of 12 weeks for 20+ hours a week (Sep. - Dec.)

Compensation:

Website: http://www.credpr.com/

Company Description:
cred is a specialized agency that’s filling a gap most Public Relations/Communications agencies don’t typically focus on—the events industry. We’re a fast-moving, driven, and supportive team that builds thought leadership around the world by connecting speakers to the right speaking opportunities at various conferences and events. Since speaking programs are our main focus, we’re able to extend our network with thousands of events across every industry around the world. We’ve secured speaking engagements for clients at premier events such as SXSW, Web Summit, CES, TEDx, Grace Hopper, TechCrunch, and many, many more. On top of speaker management, we have an event management team that works on planning and executing events. To date, the team has planned more than 50 events globally ranging from 20 to 2,000 attendees. With a variety of clients ranging from some of the biggest names in tech to small and mighty startups, we’re on a mission to create environments that inspire and encourage thought leaders to own the stage, speak their truth, and share the mic.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please apply via this form: https://airtable.com/shrKvnkxk0HbFddmf, or submit your resume and cover letter to work@credpr.com

Fall Speaker Management Intern at cred

Employer Name: cred

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
cred is seeking rising Seniors to immerse themselves in our hands-on, fast-paced internship program. In this dynamic 3-month internship, you’ll work alongside our speaker management team researching events and conferences, drafting pitches, and helping secure speaking engagements for clients across a multitude of industries like: entertainment, artificial intelligence, mobile, marketing, retail, fintech, publishing, and others. Ideal candidates should think outside the box, be comfortable wearing many hats (we are a startup!), thrive on responsibility, and eager to gain experience in the PR industry. The Speaker Management Intern is responsible for: - Supporting your direct manager as well as the team with: - Updating event database and client event trackers - Researching events and pulling event information - Drafting pitches, abstracts, and talk descriptions for clients - Drafting client communications including but not limited to - monthly emails, secured opp emails, and final draft emails - Helping out with on our social media and marketing teams initiatives *This internship is an unpaid experience and will qualify for college credit.

Requirements:
Requirements: - Seniors in college or going into your Senior year, preferably studying public relations, marketing, or related industry - Enthusiasm for PR, events, and possess excellent communication skills - A strong team player; We’re a small but mighty team - Organization and attention to detail; Don't let anything fall through the cracks! - Strong research skills - Positive, proactive attitude; someone who isn’t afraid to take the initiative and run with tasks - Creative writer, willing to take risks and look for different stories to tell - Experience using Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hootsuite, and other social media tools in a professional setting - Previous internship in a PR/events related role is a plus -Must be available for a minimum of 12 weeks for 20+ hours a week (Sep. - Dec.)

Compensation: This internship is only available for school credit

Website: http://www.credpr.com/

Company Description:
cred is a specialized agency that’s filling a gap most Public Relations/Communications agencies don’t typically focus on—the events industry. We’re a fast-moving, driven, and supportive team that builds thought leadership around the world by connecting speakers to the right speaking opportunities at various conferences and events. Since speaking programs are our main focus, we’re able to extend our network with thousands of events across every industry around the world. We’ve secured speaking engagements for clients at premier events such as SXSW, Web Summit, CES, TEDx, Grace Hopper, TechCrunch, and many, many more. On top of speaker management, we have an event management team that works on planning and executing events. To date, the team has planned more than 50 events globally ranging from 20 to 2,000 attendees. With a variety of clients ranging from some of the biggest names in tech to small and mighty startups, we’re on a mission to create environments that inspire and encourage thought leaders to own the stage, speak their truth, and share the mic.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply to this job please fill out this form, https://airtable.com/shrEXoosNIzadNKTI or email your resume to work@credpr.com.

Longmore Student Fellow in Social Media/ Communications & Disability Justice

Employer Name: Longmore Institute on Disability

City / Location: San Francisco State University

Description:
We are seeking a student with experience thinking about how organizations can best communicate their messages to help us up our social media and communications game. About us: The Longmore Institute on Disability is an on campus research service organization which studies and showcases disabled people's experiences to revolutionize social views. Through public education, scholarship and cultural events, the Institute shares disability history and theory, promotes critical thinking and builds a broader community. If you are a student with a disability or an ally interested in promoting disability culture and justice, don't miss out on these exciting paid opportunities where you will grow professionally while receiving mentorship and disability studies training. Provide cover letter and resume to our Associate Director, Emily Beitiks, at beitiks@sfsu.edu. Position open until filled!

Requirements:
Please apply if you have some experience with MailChimp, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter AND/OR strong communication skills and a willingness to master these domains. The desired applicant will have experience thinking about marginalized groups, with a strong preference for students with disability expertise, whether from living with a disability or academic study. 10 hours/week, times negotiable.

Compensation: $15/hr undergraduate student / $16.50 graduate student.

Website: longmoreinstitute.sfsu.edu

Company Description:
The Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability studies and showcases disabled people's experiences to revolutionize social views. Through public education, scholarship and cultural events, the Institute shares disability history and theory, promotes critical thinking and builds a broader community.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please submit cover letter and resume to Associate Director Emily Beitiks, beitiks@sfsu.edu. Position open until filled.

Film Publicity Intern

Employer Name: Larsen Associates

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Hours: We are looking for a commitment of 2 days a week Monday through Friday in our office in San Francisco. We ask for a minimum of three months commitment. Hours flexible. Pay: No salary but we are happy to assist in arranging class credit. You will also have the opportunity to attend press and preview screenings. Job Description: Marketing ● Contribute to the creation of concepts for film promotions or other programs specific to theatres. ● Write publicity/marketing materials (press releases, public service announcements, etc.) ● Prepare and mail promotional materials. ● Provide support at special events.

Requirements:
Desired Skills/Attributes ● Experience or knowledge of and love for film, especially independent and foreign-language film. ● Good computer skills and Mac literate. ● Familiar with social media such as Facebook and Twitter. ● Self-motivated; direct, extroverted personality; creative, free-thinking; action-oriented, strong work ethic. ● Ability to follow directions and willing to do general office duties.

Compensation: no pay but offer credits

Website: N/A

Company Description:
We are a San Francisco public relations firm specializing in independent film, film festivals and other events. Clients include Sony Pictures Classics, Cohen Media Group, Magnolia Pictures, Nat Geo Documentary Films, Mill Valley Film Festival, Green Film Festival, Women Sports Film Festival, Dance Film Festival, and others.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To Apply: Please e-mail your resume and a cover letter to Publicity@Larsenassc.com with the subject line “Publicity Internship Fall 2019".

MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

Employer Name: The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Marketing Communications Intern will gain experience in experiential marketing, social media marketing, writing and building a brand’s presence online. This internship will focus on how we grow and maintain a strong and positive presence online to further our mission of promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation. The Marketing Communications Intern will provide direct support to the Marketing Communications Associate and Marketing and Events Manager

Requirements:
Required skills or abilities: Strong, concise writing Ability to multi-task and triage in a busy work environment; Clear interpersonal communication Dedication to efficiency and timeliness Desired skills or abilities: Strong commitment to the mission of the SF Bicycle Coalition Experience with photography and/or videography, or a strong desire to learn Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite, (e.g., Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere, After Effects) Familiarity with AP Style Required dates for this internship include: June 2019 to August 2019 (dates flexible).

Compensation: This unpaid internship offers a flexible schedule with a 15-25 hours/week minimum commitment.

Website: https://sfbike.org/news/public-affairs-communications-intern/

Company Description:
MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS INTERN BY SAN FRANCISCO BICYCLE COALITION ON MARCH 31, 2018 The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Applicants must apply using the application form located on the job listing page. For additional questions please contact Chris Bannister at christian@sfbike.org

Community Communications Internship

Employer Name: Sarah Oswald

City / Location: Oakland, CA

Description:
This internship is a unique opportunity to learn communication & relationship tools mixed with event & social media marketing skills. You’ll get a taste for all the ins and outs of running your own business: how to get started, building a web presence, how to shape and package offerings, sales techniques, and how to find clientele. You’ll work directly with a woman solopreneur who has designed a career around her love and passion for inspiring more meaningful relationships in the world. Sarah Oswald is a couples coach, wedding officiant, facilitator of group dynamics, teacher of leadership skills and designer of human connection events. She runs her own business focused on relationship design and facilitation. It has two wings: Lead Your Love Life (for couples) and InCahoots (for business). Potential Role Responsibilities: -Online community management and relationship building -Group facilitation support -Writing for blogs, wedding ceremony love stories, event marketing -Email nurturing -Event marketing -Social media marketing

Requirements:
If you are a great fit for this position you: -have excellent communication skills -are a quick learner -attentive to detail and grammar -are someone who enjoys writing -are timely -have integrity in your commitments -have interest in learning about relationship coaching, facilitation, and interactive community design -are kind

Compensation: Unpaid, with option to offer course credit.

Website: http://www.sarahoswald.org/

Company Description:
I support humans in having great relationships. -I support couples as a Relational Life Therapy Coach and Wedding Officiant. -I support businesses with their team dynamics: accelerating the value of their bonds and maximizing their net business impact. -I support communities by designing and facilitating networking and collaboration.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send a cover letter to Sarah Oswald at love@sarahoswald.org. In it, explain why this internship interests you. I want to know what lights you up and what you are pursuing in life to bring joy and success to yourself and others. Please include any previous experience with leadership, communication, and marketing. Please include one reference.

Marketing Intern for Fast-Growing Startup

Employer Name: Vowlá

City / Location: San Francisco, CA & Los Angeles, CA

Description:
Take a vow and join the Vowlá team as our Marketing Summer Intern! We are looking for someone that is excited to grow alongside us in the luxurious wedding industry. Vowlá is an app that will be changing the wedding industry for the better by making planning a wedding as easy as requesting an Uber. As our Marketing Intern, you will learn what it's like to be a part of the start-up world in the most fun and innovative way. Skills & Requirements: Fast learner Creative Effective communicator Great writing skills Can effectively use social media Good public speaker Able to work independently Please note that this is an unpaid internship that it is remote. https://www.vowla-app.com/

Requirements:
Skills & Requirements: Fast learner Creative Effective communicator Great writing skills Can effectively use social media Good public speaker Able to work independently

Compensation: Unpaid Internship

Website: https://www.vowla-app.com/

Company Description:
Vowlá, an engaging, interactive and powerful luxury wedding planning application helps guide couples into the proper wedding planning journey in the palm of their hands. Vowlá brings an intelligent understanding of couple’s needs and allows them to plan as much or as little of their wedding planning process as they'd like Vowlá offers hand-selected industry professionals, prominent websites and apps, and sought-after destinations to match with couples. The app provides opportunity for carefully selected real-life planners that understand how to create a premiere and luxurious wedding journey from initial phases through execution. Most of all, they understand how to meet and surpass the expectations and needs of their couples to bring their dreams to life.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
We look forward to hearing from you! Please email a resume & cover letter to maina@vowla-app.com & pr@vowla-app.com!

Summer 2019 PR Intern at Wise PR

Employer Name: Wise PR

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Monitor all forms of media for relevant news specific to clients Maintain and update databases for speaking opportunities, awards submissions, and editorial calendars Write press releases and other materials including pitch letters Conduct media outreach and follow-ups Secure earned media opportunities and create interview preparation materials Review various PR resources to generate new opportunities for clients Create client reports, integrating analytics and recommendations

Requirements:
Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Journalism major Pursuing a bachelor's degree or relevant experience Strong communication skills and writing skills, as well as a solid understanding of social media Experience, knowledge of, and passion for PR Experience, knowledge of, content creation, i.e. writing blog posts, creating rough and edited videos A team-oriented attitude and willingness to pitch in wherever needed Desire to keep learning and advance within the agency Great attention to detail, enthusiasm, organization, multi-tasking Goal oriented vs task oriented Entrepreneurial spirit, loves to hustle and make things happen Creativity and integrity Ready to work

Compensation: $16 an hour

Website: www.wisepublicrelations.com

Company Description:
Wise Public Relations is a full-service marketing communications agency that works with clients in the cannabis and tech industries. With offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and in New York, we have a network of senior-level forward thinkers, idea generators and marketing strategists that become an extension of our client’s marketing communications team.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Wise PR will meet with candidates during the month of May. The intern selected will begin in early June. The contact is John McCartney, Managing Director, Wise PR, 415-480-4059, john@wisepublicrelations.com.

Paid summer internship in Oakland

Employer Name: Resource Media

City / Location: Oakland, CA

Description:
If you are interested in the power of communications and community organizing to create change, our internships are a great learning and career development opportunity. We are looking for summer interns in our Seattle and Oakland offices who are interested in digital and creative storytelling and have the skills to match. The ideal candidate has a background in photography, video editing, audio and/or writing and editing. Responsibilities may include: Support staff with photography and/or video to help capture visuals used for partner projects and internal marketing. Create and edit social media visuals and videos (we can provide access to Adobe suite programs such as Premiere, Lightroom, Photoshop and Adobe Spark) Conduct research and write briefing papers for communications projects. Use digital platforms for outreach campaigns, including Facebook, blogs, Twitter, etc. Measure and evaluate social media activity and conversations. Draft basic media outreach materials such as background briefings, fact sheets, opinion pieces and letters to the editor. Compile media coverage to help keep clients up to date on our work. Build media lists from reporter databases for media campaigns. Pitch reporters on environmental, health media and other issue-based stories. Copyedit and proofread reports, grant proposals and media materials. Create visuals for partners’ social media channels and other. (An interest in visual storytelling a plus.) Write and edit blogs for the Resource Media and Visual Story Lab blogs.

Requirements:
What you will need to be successful: Curiosity, and a willingness to listen, learn and continually grow and improve. Passion for social change and communications. Excellent writing and editing skills. Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint and a willingness to learn other programs as needed. It’s a plus if you have one or more of the following: Photography, video editing, audio recording and/or graphic design skills (we provide access to Adobe Suite) Experience with digital organizing tools such as EveryAction or Salsa Knowledge of how to leverage paid and promote ads on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and/or LinkedIn Proficient in a second language

Compensation: $20/hour

Website: resource-media.org

Company Description:
Resource Media is a mission-driven nonprofit PR firm that works in support of social change. We provide communications services to a variety of progressive groups and causes, but also operate independently or in coalition when we see unmet communications needs in the field. We work on issues that have an impact on the health of people and planet, including climate change and clean energy, social and environmental justice, food and farms.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Contact: Please send a cover letter and resume describing your relevant background and experience, citing specific accomplishments, interests, and ideas for helping us change the world. For Seattle applicants, contact: marcela [at] resource-media.org For Oakland applicants, contact: sarah [at] resource-media.org Timing: Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Location: Seattle, WA or Oakland, CA Resource Media values an equitable and inclusive workplace. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to engaging the skills and leadership of people of color, LGBTQ persons, and other individuals from diverse backgrounds. People from these and other historically marginalized backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

PR Associate Program

Employer Name: OutCast

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Associate position at OutCast is a hands-on, immersive, entry-level position for college graduates interested in starting a career in PR. The Associate program is a six-month, educational introduction to PR experience that helps aspiring PR professionals build a solid foundation for a career in PR, digital strategy, social media, communications and marketing.

Requirements:
Requirements: - Initiative; eager to learn - Inquisitive and enthusiastic - High level of organizational, tactical and communication skills - Proficient in Microsoft Office and internet savvy - Detail oriented - Possess the ability to prioritize in a fast paced environment - Undergraduate Degree Core Skills: - Organizational, Tactical, and Communication Skills: Takes accountability for actions; Demonstrates organizational skills; Meets deadlines; Exhibits strong time management and prioritization skills; Articulates ideas succinctly; understands and follows chain of communication. - Client Interaction: Limited client interaction; Creation of clip reports and files; Assistance in framing major hits; Help to maintain client areas - Media / Analyst Interaction: Help prepare briefing materials, tour books and driving directions; help build target lists, track for coverage - Speaker / Awards Program: Research speaking opportunities; Assist in building speaking and awards lists - News Program: Edits, writing summaries, analysis - Writing: Strong writing ability and an interest in experimenting with a variety of writing styles - Positioning / Messaging and New Business: Conduct research - Customer Program: Help to research on customer background and database creation - Account Management: Create six-month reports, monthly reports, update weekly agendas - Agency Roles: Actively support the Agency on various project and administrative levels

Compensation:

Website: https://theoutcastagency.com

Company Description:
OutCast is a communications and marketing firm headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Los Angeles, Seattle and New York City. Our services includes business strategy, research + insights, design, content development, media + influencer relations, amongst others. We work with companies such as Etsy, Facebook, Instagram, Lyft and Mattel.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/theoutcastagency/e06f34de-516a-4613-b9b5-6a6e7ec6a10f Employer Contact: Ashley Burke, HR Generalist - aburke@theoutcastagency.com

Social Media Coordinator

Employer Name: Epifania Magazine

City / Location: Oakland, CA

Description:
Social Media Internship: Create Instagram and Twitter posts that align with our new protocol. Opportunity to work on our Snapchat and LinkedIn channels. In the past, our interns have looked at our analytics with me and have decided what posts we should continue to post.

Requirements:
-10 hours a week -available for one in-person meeting once a week -experience with Google Business (Google Docs, Gmail, Google Sheets) -experience with Canva Extras: -Hootsuite knowledge -Planoly knowledge

Compensation: Student Credit

Website: www.epifanialyl.com

Company Description:
Epifania Magazine is a Latina lifestyle magazine. We create weekly content geared towards our audience. Our team is based on the West and East coast.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
If you are interested please do the following steps. 1) Send resume to Nicole at nicole@aloveyourlifeoutlook.com 2) Send your LinkedIn profile link to Nicole at nicole@aloveyourlifeoutlook.com If we believe you have the skill set. We will then have an in-person interview.

Paid Public Relations Intern

Employer Name: Landis Communications Inc. (LCI)

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
This person will gain visibility into the inner workings of PR from soup to nuts. This will entail everything from submitting calendar listings to pitching media to supporting the rollout of new client campaigns. LCI believes in growing its team from within and this starts with our intern program. This is truly a rare opportunity to stand out from the pack and gain experience with definitive edge.

Requirements:
Must hold a degree or be currently pursuing a degree in such fields as public relations, communications, journalism, marketing and/or business • Must be able to commit to a weekly schedule of 15-20 hours a week • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously • Ability to adhere to deadlines • Previous internship experience is a plus • **This student internship is paid and qualifies for college credit

Compensation: $15 an hour

Website: www.landispr.com

Company Description:
We’re a close-knit, SF-based independent agency that works throughout the state and the country. Our affiliation with the Public Relations Global Network also provides “boots on the ground” expertise from 50 partner agencies from around the globe. We have a fun work atmosphere – and a team that works hard to play hard.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume and a cover letter to ashley@landispr.com.

Social Media Intern (Spring 2019)

Employer Name: Livable City/Sunday Streets

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Position Overview: Livable City seeks an intern to support the organization’s social media communications. The intern will help tell the organization and its programs’ stories through social media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The position reports to the Livable City Communications Manager. Responsibilities to include: - Curating, producing and publishing content - Monitoring and tracking social media channels. - Maintaining social media communications schedules Qualifications: A commitment to Livable City and Sunday Streets mission and values. - Excellent oral & written communications skills. - Strong understanding of (and passion for!) social media - Ability to communicate with diverse groups. - Experience with Google Sheets and/or Excel

Requirements:
Internship Requirements - A minimum commitment of 8 hours per week in the office, with some additional night and weekend availability - A minimum commitment of 12 weeks depending the candidate’s satisfactory performance. - Mandatory attendance at Sunday Streets Events in 2019. - Complete a five-minute presentation at the end of the internship.

Compensation: Unpaid with option to offer course credit.

Website: http://www.sundaystreetssf.com/ and https://www.livablecity.org/

Company Description:
San Francisco’s urban land use policy and advocacy nonprofit Livable City works to create a city of great streets and complete neighborhoods, where walking, bicycling, and transit are the best choices for most trips, where public spaces are beautiful, well-designed, and well-maintained, and where housing is more plentiful and more affordable. Livable City runs the city’s open streets programs, Sunday Streets and Play Streets. These events bring communities together, promoting healthy living and active transportation to create vibrant, healthy, connected communities across the city through car-free streets. Livable City has six dedicated full-time staff, augmented by passionate interns and hundreds of annual volunteers.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter, along with your general availability to: hr@livablecity.org with the subject line: 2019 Social Media Intern. Spring 2019 Recruitment Timeline: Applications are due January 18, 2019. We will conduct interviews in early February and will notify you by the end of January if you are selected to interview. Thank you for your interest!

Development Intern (Spring 2019)

Employer Name: Livable City/Sunday Streets

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Position Overview Livable City and our Sunday Streets program is seeking an intern to support the organization’s development efforts. The internship will include a mix of database, research, and administrative support tailored to Livable City’s needs and the intern’s interests, reporting to the Development & Communications Director. Responsibilities to include: - Assist development staff with data entry, analysis, and reporting. - Assist the development staff in planning donor events and appreciation activities. - Assist the development staff with sponsor fulfillment and acknowledgement. Qualifications A commitment to Livable City’s and Sunday Streets’ mission and values. - Strong attention to detail. - Extremely strong personal ethics and integrity. - Experience with databases, especially Salesforce. - Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

Requirements:
- A minimum commitment of 8 hours per week in the office, with some additional night and weekend availability - A minimum commitment of 12 weeks depending the candidate’s satisfactory performance. - Mandatory attendance at Sunday Streets Events in 2019. - Complete a five-minute presentation at the end of the internship.

Compensation: Unpaid with option to offer course credit.

Website: http://www.sundaystreetssf.com/ and https://www.livablecity.org/

Company Description:
San Francisco’s urban land use policy and advocacy nonprofit Livable City works to create a city of great streets and complete neighborhoods, where walking, bicycling, and transit are the best choices for most trips, where public spaces are beautiful, well-designed, and well-maintained, and where housing is more plentiful and more affordable. Livable City runs the city’s open streets programs, Sunday Streets and Play Streets. These events bring communities together, promoting healthy living and active transportation to create vibrant, healthy, connected communities across the city through car-free streets. Livable City has six dedicated full-time staff, augmented by passionate interns and hundreds of annual volunteers.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter, along with your general availability to: hr@livablecity.org with the subject line: 2019 PR Intern. Spring 2019 Recruitment Timeline: Applications are due January 18, 2019. We will conduct interviews in early February and will notify you by the end of January if you are selected to interview. Thank you for your interest!

Public Relations Intern (Spring 2019)

Employer Name: Livable City/Sunday Streets

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Position Overview: Livable City seeks an intern to support the organization’s public relations efforts. Responsibilities to include: - Assist with drafting press releases - Update and maintain media list, research and identify new outlets - Help coordinate approvals, reviews and publishing with staff and program partners Qualifications - A commitment to Livable City and Sunday Streets mission and values. - Excellent oral & written communications skills. - Marketing experience or coursework - Ability to communicate with diverse stakeholders, including media contacts and partner liaisons. - Experience with Google Drive and/or Office Suite

Requirements:
Internship Requirements - A minimum commitment of 8 hours per week in the office, with some additional night and weekend availability - A minimum commitment of 12 weeks depending the candidate’s satisfactory performance. - Mandatory attendance at Sunday Streets Events in 2019. - Complete a five-minute presentation at the end of the internship.

Compensation: Unpaid with option to offer course credit.

Website: http://www.sundaystreetssf.com/ and https://www.livablecity.org/

Company Description:
San Francisco’s urban land use policy and advocacy nonprofit Livable City works to create a city of great streets and complete neighborhoods, where walking, bicycling, and transit are the best choices for most trips, where public spaces are beautiful, well-designed, and well-maintained, and where housing is more plentiful and more affordable. Livable City runs the city’s open streets programs, Sunday Streets and Play Streets. These events bring communities together, promoting healthy living and active transportation to create vibrant, healthy, connected communities across the city through car-free streets. Livable City has six dedicated full-time staff, augmented by passionate interns and hundreds of annual volunteers.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter, along with your general availability to: hr@livablecity.org with the subject line: 2019 PR Intern. Spring 2019 Recruitment Timeline: Applications are due January 18, 2019. We will conduct interviews in early February and will notify you by the end of January if you are selected to interview. Thank you for your interest!

Media/PR Internship for The Commonwealth Club of California

Employer Name: The Commonwealth Club of California

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Internship: The Commonwealth Club of California Media/Public Relations Intern Location: 110 The Embarcadero, San Francisco State: CA Application deadline: Ongoing Duration: ideal minimum of 4 to 6 months, 2 to 3 days per week, 10 to 15 hours, Mondays and Wednesdays. This is a part-time, non-paid position with a small travel stipend. However, it offers a unique learning experience and college credit. - the nation's premier public affairs forum - seeks a Media/Public Relations Intern The Commonwealth Club seeks a motivated, bright & organized intern to assist our Director of Media and Public Relations. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys writing, looking for hands-on experience and would like to learn journalistic writing and the basics of public relations. The PR Intern will: • Assist the Media/Public Relations Director in all activities. • Assist in the writing of calendars, media advisories and press releases. • Staff high-profile events by assisting with media check-in. • Conduct internet research to identify and contact possible program attendees when needed. • Help to update and maintain press lists and media coverage tracking. • Assist with press clips and monitoring. • Interact with TV, print, radio and news websites to gain coverage for Club programs. • Assist with other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
Qualifications: Basic grammar skills required. Good writer. Excellent communication skills and quick learner. Attention to detail. Interest in current events. Good sense of humor extremely helpful! Also, experience with new media a plus! This opportunity affords great contacts, location. It is ideally suited for recent graduate, college student and/or for anyone interested in gaining invaluable experience in non-profit and media-related work, as well as, the opportunity to interface with leading figures from politics, media, academia and the arts. How to apply: Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to: Riki Rafner at rrafner@commonwealthclub.org. Our new office location is conveniently located 110 The Embarcadero, SF. Email: rrafner@commonwealthclub.org Web site: http://www.commonwealthclub.org/ Phone: 415-597-6712

Compensation: Travel Stipend

Website: https://www.commonwealthclub.org/

Company Description:
- the nation's premier public affairs forum - seeks a Media/Public Relations Intern The Commonwealth Club is the nation's oldest and largest public affairs forum. Since our founding in 1903 we have hosted prominent men and women from every field of human endeavor, from the Dalai Lama to Bill Gates, Audrey Hepburn to Anthony Bourdain, Spike Lee to Robert Redford, and virtually every president since Teddy Roosevelt.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email resume, letter and writing sample to Riki Rafner :rrafner@commonwealth Club.org by Jan. 30, 2019

BOOKING INTERN (SPRING 2019)

Employer Name: Live Nation Entertainment

City / Location: Downtown San Francisco

Description:
We are currently searching for a qualified individual to fill this internship position for the Spring 2019 semester at our Live Nation office in San Francisco. This internship MUST BE for college credit and runs January through May. It is a non-paid position with flexible hours (minimum 16 hours per week/2 days per week) to reflect the need of your college credit requirements. The Role: Live Nation’s San Francisco Booking team, is in search of a highly motivated, organized and most importantly, enthusiastic individual who is interested in working within the heart of the live entertainment industry. As a Live Nation Entertainment Booking Intern, you can expect to develop your multi-tasking abilities and understand the process of putting on a show from start to finish. A Booking Intern will learn project management skills as well as gain valuable, real-world experience in the live entertainment industry. This position will report to the Booking Coordinators of the Booking Department as well as the President, SVP & VP. Responsibilities: • Execute artist contracts and riders: amending agreements per LN logistics; returning to artist's agency. • Assist with artist payments: deposits, wires, settlements, and pre-settlements tasks. • Track internal and external data on excel. Including – but not limited to: o ticket counts for upcoming shows, tour histories, finance flashes, stats on developing artists, contact logs • Manage show files: ensuring all essential documents are present prior to day of show (i.e. headliner and support contracts, W-9s, and riders). • Research new music and music of artists currently on tour. • Make recommendations on up-and-coming talent. • Assist Regional Booking Team in day to day activities. • Develop an understanding for the relationship between Local and Tour booking, i.e. routing, venue holds, ticket scaling, and various deal types. • Manage venue calendars and track artist holds. • Liaise with multiple 3rd party venue promoters. • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
Qualifications: • Currently enrolled in an accredited college, university or trade school. • Must be eligible for school credit (and supply a letter from sponsor/administrator upon request). • A degree in Business Administration, Management or Marketing/Communications is preferred, but not required. • Must be able to commit to a minimum work schedule of 16 hours per week. • Must be 18 years or older. • Must be willing to submit to a background investigation. • Detail-oriented and exceptional attention to detail is a MUST. • Eager to learn and be proactive with new tasks. • The ability to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times. • High proficiency in MS Office, particularly Excel and PowerPoint • Ability to attend Live Nation shows once a week for shadowing purposes a plus.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: www.livenation.com

Company Description:
It’s important to remember that we’re more than music; as the world’s leading live entertainment company we cover the action from stage to field, and touch many industries from technology, marketing, operations, hospitality, customer service, sales, film, advertising and beyond. Our Concerts group needs tour managers and marketers to fuel our core touring business. Ticketmaster is always looking for top tech talent to help innovate our platforms and improve the ticket buying experience. And Media & Sponsorship needs analytical brains to help manage our 900+ clients as well as creative gurus to continue developing award-winning brand integrations for world-class partners. We keep our corporate team very lean to prevent becoming too bureaucratic, which means our central business services (Finance, HR, Legal, M&A, Communications, IT, etc.) are looking for the best of the best.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email resume to jennifersheehan@livenation.com. Please confirm that you are available to work a minimum of 16 hours per week from January through May. Include your ideal weekly schedule.

MARKETING INTERN (SPRING 2019)

Employer Name: Live Nation Entertainment

City / Location: Downtown San Francisco

Description:
Estimated Dates: January 21, 2019 – May 24, 2019 We are currently searching for a qualified individual to fill this internship position for the Spring 2019 semester at our Live Nation office in San Francisco. This internship MUST BE for college credit and runs January through May. It is a non-paid position with flexible hours (minimum 16 hours per week/2 days per week) to reflect the need of your college credit requirements. The Role: Live Nation’s San Francisco Marketing team is in search of a highly motivated, organized and most importantly, enthusiastic individual who is interested in working within the heart of the live entertainment industry. As a Live Nation Entertainment Marketing Intern, you can expect to develop your marketing and project management skills as well as gain valuable, real-world experience in the live entertainment industry. Working within the core Marketing team, this opportunity exposes the intern to the key functions of show marketing. This position will report to the entire Marketing team and support with marketing and administrative duties. Responsibilities: • Support planning, development, and execution of show marketing across all venues (arenas, amps, theatres, clubs). • Produce advertising recap settlement packets and process advertising invoices as needed. • Create email campaigns and press releases. • Monitor promotional media partner participation. • Distribute promotional tickets to media partners. • Support social media efforts through original content creation, artist research, etc. • Coordinate production and execution of street teams. • Assist Marketing team in day to day activities. • Other duties and special projects as assigned.

Requirements:
Qualifications: • Currently enrolled in an accredited college, university or trade school. • Must be eligible for school credit (and supply a letter from sponsor/administrator upon request). • A degree in Business Administration, Management or Marketing/Communications is preferred, but not required. • Must be able to commit to a minimum work schedule of 16 hours per week. • Must be 18 years or older. • Must be willing to submit to a background investigation. • Detail-oriented, exceptional attention to detail, and ability to juggle multiple tasks. • Knowledge of current artists/genres with an avid interest in music and the music industry. • Active social networking participant, familiar with social media sites and tools. • Excellent organization and communication skills. • Eager to learn and be proactive with new tasks. • Ability to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times. • Ability to work Live Nation shows a plus.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: www.livenation.com

Company Description:
It’s important to remember that we’re more than music; as the world’s leading live entertainment company we cover the action from stage to field, and touch many industries from technology, marketing, operations, hospitality, customer service, sales, film, advertising and beyond. Our Concerts group needs tour managers and marketers to fuel our core touring business. Ticketmaster is always looking for top tech talent to help innovate our platforms and improve the ticket buying experience. And Media & Sponsorship needs analytical brains to help manage our 900+ clients as well as creative gurus to continue developing award-winning brand integrations for world-class partners. We keep our corporate team very lean to prevent becoming too bureaucratic, which means our central business services (Finance, HR, Legal, M&A, Communications, IT, etc.) are looking for the best of the best.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email resume to jennifersheehan@livenation.com. Please confirm that you are available to work a minimum 16 hours per week, estimated dates of January 21, 2019 – May 24, 2019. Include your ideal weekly work schedule.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

Employer Name: The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco, CA/ 1720 Market St.

Description:
The Public Affairs Intern will gain experience in written communications on bicycle advocacy in the sometimes contentious political environment of San Francisco. This internship will focus on how we grow and maintain a strong and positive presence online, in print and in the media in order to further our mission of promoting the bicycle for transportation. The Public Affairs Communications Intern will provide direct support to the Communications Director. What you’ll learn: Introductory media relations; Introductory online organizing; Introductory messaging; Introductory HTML; and How to write for journalists and the public across an array of media. Essential Roles and Responsibilities: Track media hits related to the SF Bicycle Coalition and our work; Assist with weekly production of our e-newsletter; Copy editing written materials; Writing blog posts and creating copy for a variety of media; Light HTML work for web and email communications; and Reach out to campaign members with strategic opportunities to advance safer streets. Secondary Roles and Responsibilities: Writing press releases, media advisories, and campaign emails; Assist with digital asset management, whether that’s tagging photos, creating Facebook albums, selecting photos for Instagram use or resizing images; Assist in keeping the website up-to-date, uploading and updating blog posts, events and pages as needed, and; Light design or photography projects may also be available for the right candidate.

Requirements:
Strong, concise writing; Ability to multi-task and triage in a busy work environment; Acute attention to detail; Inclination towards collaboration; Clear interpersonal communication; and Dedication to efficiency and timeliness.

Compensation: This unpaid internship offers a flexible schedule with a 15-25 hours/week minimum commitment.

Website: https://sfbike.org/news/public-affairs-communications-intern/

Company Description:
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to promote bicycling for everyday transportation. Our member-based grassroots organization is considered one of the largest, most active and effective advocacy groups in the country. For more than 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has a proven track record of winning better bicycling improvements.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Write a compelling cover letter and resume, and submit as PDFs using the form featured in the URL Link. Be sure to mention where you saw the internship advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer.

The Crafty Cask Social Media Internship

Employer Name: The Crafty Cask

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
You will be responsible for daily management on all 3 platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) and consistent management on 2 additional platforms (Pinterest and YouTube) plus analytics and reporting across all social channels. The content will be a mix of The Crafty Cask content and your creations (using all royalty free images and video) relevant to our brand and on-trend topics. You will be expected to make strategic recommendations to the communications strategy and tactics based on the insights from your reporting & analysis to maximize brand awareness, followers, and engagement. A minimum of 1 and maximum of 3 in-person meetings per week with your manager in San Francisco will be required. Specific Roles & Responsibilities: 1. Publish new daily (at minimum) content for Instagram, Facebook and Twitter that drives high engagement as described in success metrics. • Create content related to all The Crafty Cask website and YouTube content. o A minimum of 3 posts per piece of written content on every channel spaced and differentiated by channel and for that same piece of content appropriately. o A minimum of 8 posts per video on every channel, spaced and differentiated appropriately • Create content to fill out the rest of the monthly content calendar leveraging other assets including, but not exclusive to: National/International Drink Days, Other non-competitive craft alcohol content (with appropriate credit given), on-trend related topics, past content from The Crafty Cask • Schedule all content at least 2 weeks in advance using Later.com Leverage royalty free content from free websites and our iStock membership when paid assets are needed. 2. Continually daily monitoring of TCC owned social media assets and key industry/competitive accounts • Ensure all comments are replied to in a timely manner (all replying to be done by TCC founder) • Assess in real-time performance of posts based on engagement levels for just-in-time adjustments for upcoming posts • Identify appropriate industry content for sharing through TCC channels (with appropriate credit given) for increased content, engagement and networking • Identify key influencer accounts for TCC to be regularly engaging with and create an engagement strategy. Goal of this is to create relationships, potentially pave the way for future collaborations and to increase awareness of our brand via their followers seeing our comments. 3. Develop social media expertise to provide strategic recommendations and experiments to meet success metrics • Complete and leverage all free training access and tools provided by The Crafty Cask • Read industry best practices and publications (particularly blog posts by our partner Later) to better understand each platform’s algorithm and devise a strategy for us to best “beat” these algorithms • Follow and understand what is driving the success of successful social accounts within our industry as well as our own success (past post success assessment) • Provide ideas and recommendations based on these learnings at our weekly in-person meeting. 4. Bi-Weekly Analytics Assessment & Recommendations to measure progress against success metrics and adapt strategic recommendations and tactics appropriate • Compile (bi-weekly) key metrics across all 6 key channels related to social media success (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube) and send to manager 2 days prior to weekly in-person meeting • Assess and understand data in order to come to in-person meeting prepared with 2-4 key insights or “ahas” and 1-2 key recommendations or experiments that you would like to try based on those insights. o As needed – request funding for paid advertising to fuel these recommendations or experiments. Key goals and success criteria will be required in advance of any funding approval.

Requirements:
- Currently enrolled in college (preferably junior year) - Majoring in marketing, communications or otherwise related field - GPA of 3.2 or higher - Able to meet in San Francisco 1-3 times per week - Uses social media personally - Ideal candidate will be able to dedicate 20+ hours per week to internship (does not have to be during normal work hours) - Ideal candidate will be able to commit to internship through May 2019 (with holiday breaks as appropriate).

Compensation: Experience only

Website: www.thecraftycask.com

Company Description:
The Crafty Cask is a marketing and media company. We celebrate craft alcohol producers and educate consumers to drive growth of the craft alcohol category while increasing brand awareness and sales for specific craft alcohol brands.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please apply at http://bit.ly/TCCinterns Suzanne Henricksen, founder suzanne@thecraftycask.com

Content Marketing Intern

Employer Name: Atomic

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
We’re looking for a content marketing intern to join our team for Fall Semester with the potential to stay on through Spring! You’ll be part of a team that cares deeply about building companies of consequence. We’re privileged to help teams and potential candidates clients (and Atomic itself) realize value by focusing on quality, content creation and creating an editorial calendar on our blog and social platforms. The most successful applicants will thrive working in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Prior experience writing content, running social channels and exposure to a high-growth company is highly regarded. **Along with your application please provide writing samples from previous work as well as a cover letter.** What You'll Do: -Your primary focus will be writing engaging content that appeals to our demographic -Build traffic channels leveraging LinkedIn, blog posts, Facebook, Twitter, app notifications, etc. -Engage with our content strategy for blog & social media to increase user engagement and conversions -Own editorial process and calendar planning -Share new ideas to improve existing processes and actively seek solutions to our biggest pain points

Requirements:
Who You Are: -You possess excellent copywriting skills and can pump out great content -You are self-motivated and feel comfortable navigating an ambiguous environment -You have strong attention to detail - You don't let important details slip through the cracks and if mistakes do happen, you know how to properly correct them so they don't happen again -Idea Giver - Have good ideas to increase awareness -Currently enrolled in a 4-year accredited university, with a focus in marketing, PR or another related field -You can commit at least 20-30 hours a week, (majority of time spent in our SF headquarters) -Skills with Adobe Illustrator or other design software is a plus

Compensation:

Website: atomic.vc

Company Description:
Atomic is a venture fund that founds companies. Founded in 2012, we believe that disruptive innovation is most successfully achieved by pairing innovative ideas with business discipline, and that building those ideas into businesses is not something that can be outsourced. We are engineers and entrepreneurs who build and operate the next generation of great companies.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply by following this link: https://jobs.lever.co/atomic/514e3108-ef3b-4f80-b53d-2f743d5c0b5a

Education Into Action Internship

Employer Name: About-Face

City / Location: San Francisco / Bay Area

Description:
Are you looking for an internship that will truly help teens who need to understand how media affects them and what to do about it? How about insight into how a nonprofit program works? About-Face is looking for a smart, passionate, enthusiastic, and organized intern. College students are encouraged to apply. Note that internships are unpaid. We require that interns be eligible for credit or hours through their school or university. Please check with the appropriate department/educator and confirm this is possible in your application. Duties and responsibilities include, but may not be limited to: — Outreach and recruitment of new Workshop Leaders — Assisting with planning trainings for Workshop Leaders — Participating in Workshop Leader Trainings, and being trained as an Education Into Action Workshop Leader — Providing workshops (in schools and communities) when the need arises — Outreach to youth for workshops we deliver for the community at large, and assistance in planning —Collecting and compiling media examples that will inform our work via our Education Into Action programs both in schools and community, as well as online — Updating our online media catalog, with relevant and current media — Outreach to schools and programs to assist in setting up more programs around the Bay Area (via phone calls, e-mail, mailings, and scheduling in-person meetings) — Assisting in setting up a system of outreach to various districts and PTA's (Parent Teacher Associations) across the Bay Area — Contributing to the promotion of About-Face's work and mission in the community — Assisting in creating and executing actions (with the youth) that will further About-Face's message and mission — Using our database (Salesforce) to update or add new contacts, and to update information about upcoming workshops — Managing and entering evaluation surveys

Requirements:
— Excellent organizational skills — Ability to prioritize tasks and projects — Friendly, effective communication skills via phone, in person, and in writing — Basic computer skills to use Salesforce (training provided), our contact database — Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel — Interest in how media affects women, (self-identified) girls, and gender expansive youth — Willingness to learn new technology and confidence with technology — Initiative-taking, critical-thinking skills, and readiness to ask questions when appropriate

Compensation: None

Website: www.about-face.org

Company Description:
About-Face frees girls from the confines of a toxic culture so they can fulfill their potential. You can learn more about us at www.about-face.org.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply by Friday, August 31, 2018. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so applying earlier will help. Ability to receive credit through an internship program or requirement for your academic institution is highly preferred. (Please check with the appropriate department/educator in advance of applying and confirm this is possible in your application.) To apply, e-mail the following to Hénia Belalia, Director of Programs, at henia@about-face.org. -- IN THE BODY OF YOUR EMAIL: A brief e-mail cover letter (no more than 1 printed page) that tells us 1) how you will contribute to About-Face's work; 2) name of your current college, or university; 3) whether you will be able to receive credit and/or hours (see above); and 4) number of total hours or weekly hours you will be available to work with us. -- AND ATTACH: A resume or another description of your previous work and volunteer experience.

Graphic Design Intern

Employer Name: The Roxie Theater

City / Location: San Francisco, CA.

Description:
Have a creative eye and a love for independent film? Join the Roxie Theater team! The Roxie graphic design intern will assist the programming and operations team by designing print and digital materials that showcase the Roxie’s fun, unique brand. In turn, you will receive valuable graphic design and content creation experience. This is a great opportunity for an independent film lover to learn how an independent theater works behind the scenes, while creating materials that you can add to your portfolio. This internship is for school credit, and perks include free admission to all Roxie-produced film screenings and events!

Requirements:
Responsibilities: -Collaborate with the Roxie team to articulate and execute designs promoting upcoming films including but not limited to posters for special events, trailer slides, web graphics for newsletters and website, and other signage -Assist with revision and maintenance of poster displays -Create film and event pages on WordPress website -Assist with print and digital listings -Additional responsibilities may be added based on availability, organizational needs, and the intern’s unique skills and interests

Compensation:

Website: www.roxie.com

Company Description:
Join the team at the Roxie Theater! The Roxie Theater is a San Francisco landmark in the Mission District, bringing people together to meet and connect through distinctive cinematic experiences. Guided by our passionate belief that engaging with a movie doesn’t end with the credits, we invite filmmakers, curators, entertainers and educators to interact with our audiences. We provide inspiration and opportunity for the next generation, and serve as a forum for the independent film community reflecting the spirit of the diverse Bay Area population.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume and a portfolio of your work to arielle@roxie.com

Communications/Digital Marketing Intern

Employer Name: Livable City

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Livable City and its Sunday Streets program seek an intern to support the nonprofit organization’s marketing and communications efforts. The internship will help tell the organization and its programs’ stories through marketing materials, graphic design, newsletters, blogs, social media, and multimedia channels. The position reports to the Livable City Communications Manager. Responsibilities may include: ● Cultivate and manage social media channels. ● Update websites and blog posts with fresh content. ● Write stories and interviews for our communication channels. ● Research new marketing opportunities for Sunday Streets. ● Assist with PR campaigns and media relations.

Requirements:
● A commitment to Livable City and Sunday Streets mission and values. ● Ability to communicate with diverse groups. ● Marketing or communications experience or coursework. ● Track record of working well on team projects. ● Excellent oral & written communications skills. ● Cheerful, friendly, upbeat outlook. ● Graphic design experience, especially with Adobe Creative Suite/InDesign a plus. ● Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. ● Experience with databases, especially Salesforce, is a plus. ● Good interpersonal skills and attention to detail. ● A firm commitment of 10 to 20 hours per week is required, although at least part of the commitment can be completed remotely.

Compensation: Unpaid/course credit only

Website: http://www.sundaystreetssf.com AND https://www.livablecity.org/

Company Description:
Sunday Streets is a program of the nonprofit Livable City presented in partnership with the SFMTA, San Francisco Department of Public Health, and the City and County of San Francisco. Livable City produces an annual season of Sunday Street events that reclaim car-congested streets for community health, transforming them into car-free spaces for all to enjoy. Routes are 1-4 miles in length, with fun, free activities provided by local nonprofits, community groups and small businesses. Sunday Streets’ mission is to: -Create temporary open space and recreational opportunities in neighborhoods most lacking -Encourage physical activity -Foster community building -Inspire people to think differently about their streets as public spaces

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please submit a resume and cover letter, along with your general availability to: hr@livablecity.org with the subject line: 2018 Marketing Intern.

NEW MEDIA MARKETING/ADMIN INTERN

Employer Name: PatchWorks Films

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
PatchWorks Films (http://www.patchworksfilms.net) is a 24 year-old San Francisco-based documentary production and distribution company making films that explore contemporary social issues via intimate character stories. To maximize our films’ reach, we self-distribute, build partnerships with NGOs and community organizations, and run multi-year engagment campaigns. Our award-winning documentaries have been broadcast worldwide and screened at theaters, film festivals, schools, universities, museums, libraries and community events. Our current project tells the story of two Cuban brothers separated by geopolitics but united by music. It is funded by public television and the NEA. This is a great opportunity to learn about the business and marketing side of independent filmmaking, while having primary responsibility for developing and implementing a social media strategy with measureable impact during the fall. Successful interns will be self-starters with good communication and collaboration skills. 3-10 hours per week with a minimum 3-month commitment. Stipend available. Duties and responsibilities: • Social media and website strategy development and implementation • Occasional office tasks such as mailing, shipping, filing, and record-keeping . • Research related to social media, distribution, and marketing.

Requirements:
Required skills and abilities: • Mac fluency and working knowledge of MS Office programs • Basic graphic design, MailChimp experience a plus. • Accurate data input skills • Strong communication and writing skills • Ability to work well with PatchWorks’ diverse staff and independent contractors • Web savvy • Strong organizational skills • Focused problem-solving (macro and micro attention) • Reliable, and trustworthy with confidential information. • Interest in social issues.

Compensation: Semester stipend available

Website: www.patchworksfilms.net

Company Description:
PatchWorks Films, co-founded by husband and wife team Marcia Jarmel and Ken Schneider, has been making character driven documentaries for over 20 years. Their most recent feature Havana Curveball, a coming of age tale about Cuba, baseball, and family, was awarded Best Documentary at the Boston and Seattle Children’s film festivals, and won the Jury Prize at Olympia International Film Festival in Greece. Prior work includes, San Francisco Film Festival Audience Award-winner Speaking In Tongues (ITVS, CAAM, LPB, PBS) and ITVS-funded Born in the U.S.A. (Independence Lens’) Los Hermanos/The Brothers is their 4th documentary feature project together. Ken is a Peabody-winning producer of Soft Vengeance, who also has edited over 35 feature length documentaries recognized with an Oscar nomination, prime-time and documentary Emmys, a Columbia-Dupont, two Peabodys, an Indie Spirit award and top awards at the Sundance Film Festival. Ken’s recent editing projects include: The Judge (TIFF '17), Mankiller (DocNYC '17), and Beyond the Opposite Sex (Showtime, ‘18). In addition to her work at PatchWorks, Marcia supports other filmmakers. She consulted on HBO’s Emmy-nominated "50 Children" and Academy Award nominee "Last Day of Freedom." She recently field produced “Life Crime” and field directed for “And Then They Came For Us.” She also helps filmmakers strategize about outreach and engagement.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
PLEASE LOOK AT THE PATCHWORKS WEBSITE AND SEND YOUR RESUME WITH A LETTER OF INTEREST TO: info@patchworksfilms.net. EXPLAIN WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IN AN INTERNSHIP AND WHY YOU ARE A GOOD MATCH FOR PATCHWORKS. INCLUDE TWO OR THREE SAMPLE FACEBOOK POSTS BASED ON WHAT YOU SEE ON THE WEBSITE AND PATCHWORKS SOCIAL MEDIA. @pwfilms @hermanosbrothersfilm www.patchworksfilms.net

Univeral Pictures Campus U Marketing Representative

Employer Name: Universal Pictures

City / Location: San Francisco CA

Description:
Universal Pictures is in search of a College Representative from your school to join our Campus U team. Campus U is a grassroots-marketing program comprised of student representatives at top campuses across the country dedicated to promoting and publicizing select Universal Pictures’ feature film and home entertainment releases on their respective campuses. The program is in session from August – May every year with breaks that align with the campus calendar. Every representative hired will have the opportunity to continue the internship until graduation The main goal of Campus U is to increase awareness for Universal Pictures' releases by creating and executing unique marketing campaigns. A brief and general description of what will be required for each campaign: -Create a marketing campaign for your campus - focusing on promotions and publicity -Work with on-campus media to secure a film feature or review -Work with on-campus media to secure promotional support -Coordinate advance screenings for students -Work closely with on-campus student and faculty groups -Incorporate on-campus and nearby retailers -Distribution of posters and promo items around campus -Host themed activities and parties both on campus and in the surrounding area -Carry out guerrilla marketing stunts to spread buzz -Create and Update Social Media sites for each film

Requirements:
Each representative will be in direct communication with the Universal Pictures Marketing Team in LA and NY via an extranet site, email, and phone. Representatives will be responsible for weekly email updates and reports, and paid a monthly stipend while Campus U is in session. Requirements: -Sophomore or Junior status as of Fall 2018 preferred. Seniors with only one semester left before graduation will not be considered. -Advertising/Public Relations/Marketing/Communications students preferred -A minimum of 10-15 hours per week to focus on Campus U -Easy access to Internet, email, phone, and Fed Ex deliveries

Compensation: Monthly Stipend

Website: universalpictures.com

Company Description:
Universal Pictures is a division of Universal Studios (www.universalstudios.com). Universal Studios is part of NBCUniversal. NBCUniversal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production and marketing of entertainment, news and information to a global audience. NBCUniversal owns and operates a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment networks, a premier motion picture company, significant television production operations, a leading television stations group and world-renowned theme parks. NBCUniversal is a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send resume to unicampusu@gmail.com

Citizen Film Documentary Media Internship

Employer Name: Citizen Film

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Citizen Film produces several projects simultaneously, so interns are involved in all stages of documentary film production, editing, distribution and public engagement. The focus of our work in the fall of 2018 will be distribution and public engagement around our newest film, "American Creed". Applicants must be available 2-3 days per week (10am-5pm) for 3 months between September and December 2018 (exact start date to be determined). Responsibilities - Assist in running successful media engagement campaigns by helping to build outreach lists and partner relationships - Research potential funding partners and track grant cycles - Contact individuals and organizations directly and maintain database of resulting contact information - Assist with media management and office administration of a fast-paced documentary film non-profit organization

Requirements:
We are looking for someone with strong communication and organization skills, who is passionate about documentary film as a medium for social impact. Interns should be Mac savvy, detail oriented, and skilled at multi-tasking. Interns must be courteous, professional and reliable and should have experience in online and library research. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel is essential. Working knowledge of the following is preferred but not required: Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Photoshop, and InDesign.

Compensation: For Credit - or Unpaid Internship

Website: www.citizenfilm.org

Company Description:
Company Overview Citizen Film is an independent documentary production company that collaborates with community organizations to make and disseminate character-driven documentary films. Work by Citizen Film’s principals has screened on television (PBS, HBO, IFC, TLC, etc.) and at some of our country's most prestigious venues, including Sundance Film Festival, MoMA NY, the LA County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Hirshhorn, the Whitney, and more. Our most recent work, American Creed, had a national PBS broadcast debut in February and is now streaming at www.pbs.org/american-creed.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To Apply - Please email a cover letter and resume to admin@citizenfilm.org. Include any media experience, as well as your level of familiarity with the computer programs used in our office. admin@citizenfilm.org

Communication Assistant

Employer Name: Rebuild South Sudan

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Communication Assistant is participates in the processes of donor communication and internal communication. The work entails: -Website, Social Media, and Blog Assistant -Video and Photo Editing/ Image Design -Administrative duties to help keep our programs running (internal communication) - Donor communication and Data Analysis You have the opportunity to work on the following skills: -Google Drive and Excel - Asana - Salesforce - Mailchimp (possibly) - Work with editorial calendar - WordPress experience, SEO Practice, Basic HTML - Image design, creation, and editing with Adobe Products (or platform of choice) - Team work and using internal workflows to accomplish goals

Requirements:
-Experience with Adobe products is a plus, but not required. - Shows initiative and shows up on time.

Compensation: N/A

Website: http://www.rebuildsouthsudan.org

Company Description:
Rebuild South Sudan is a small non-profit working for education and peace in the world’s newest nation, South Sudan. Founded in 2007 by Michael Kuany, a South Sudanese Lost Boy, the organization is focused on education, development, and conflict transformation as a means to end decades of war and violence. We work under South Sudanese leadership and in collaboration with local government officials, other NGOs and American supporters. We are based in San Francisco, and very flexible about work hours and location. This is a great organization for anyone interested in the Lost Boys of Sudan, education, healing from war, conflict transformation, sustainable development, or empowerment in Africa as part of colonial recovery.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
If you are interested, please contact me with your resume. I look forward to hearing from you! Katie Rivers, Executive Director and Board President katie@rebuildsouthsudan.org 415-722-6433

Administrative Assistant

Employer Name: Metropolitan Club

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
We are looking for a responsible part time Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the General Manager through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication such as answering and directing phone calls, carrying out administrative duties (filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning, and handling sensitive information in a confidential manner. The ability to multi-task is essential in this position. The ideal candidate for this job is creative, organized, resourceful and a good problem solver.

Requirements:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of office management systems and procedures, outstanding time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work, attention to detail and proficient in MS Office.

Compensation: $15.00/hour

Website: www.metropolitanclubsf.org

Company Description:
An elegant private women’s club established in 1915 as the Woman’s Athletic Club of San Francisco to provide “Woman’s Faith in Women” … This historic site, now the Metropolitan Club continues to provide members of all ages with a unique milieu for social activities, fitness, education and lifelong friendships.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Submit resume to Ingrid Espino at membership@metropolitanclubsf.org

Internships at the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Employer Name: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Spend your time as part of the SF Bicycle Coalition team! Applications are now open for our internships. Our interns jump right into the bicycle action and keep us cranking in high gear. We accept both student and practical experience internships and generally request that interns make a minimum commitment of 10-20 hours per week, for a minimum of three months. In addition to loading up your resume with practical experience, interns get other great benefits like a one-year free membership to the SF Bicycle Coalition, ongoing professional development and networking opportunities, discounts on our sweet merchandise, first dibs on exciting events and opportunities, and more.

Requirements:
n/a

Compensation:

Website: http://www.sfbike.org/about/jobs-internships/

Company Description:
For over 45 years, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has been transforming San Francisco streets and neighborhoods into more livable and safe places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation. Join us in making San Francisco streets safer for everyone.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please submit your application directly on our website: http://www.sfbike.org/about/jobs-internships/.

Community Outreach Assistant

Employer Name: ALS Association Golden West Chapter

City / Location: 12th St. Oakland

Description:
This position is a fantastic opportunity for an individual who has an entrepreneurial spirit and wants to gain practical experience in a variety of projects and activities related to public relations, marketing, and communications. Working with The ALS Association Golden West Chapter would offer all the perks of a small company including a solid support system, team oriented environment and exposure to a variety of responsibilities and tasks. This position will work in collaboration with the staff that will include some or all of the following functions:  Assist with the implementation of the public relations, marketing, communications activities for the Chapter.  Design, edit, and write sections for monthly eNewsletters, brochures and other information/promotional materials for our various programs.  Help create website content and e-communications within our content management system (Convio).  Help with social media postings and tracking  Assist in the creation and distribution of media materials, including press releases, media advisories, public service announcements, key messages and fact sheets, etc.  Assist with photo and video shoots, include assets management.  Perform media relations duties, including compiling media lists, pitching story ideas, interacting with local media representatives and tracking issue/event coverage.  Conduct community outreach to increase visibility of our organization and further our mission; attend health fairs, respond to information requests, assist in the development of potential partnerships with other agencies and organizations.  Research and develop external avenues to promote and publicize events/programs.  Helping to build and launch new social media channels (ex-Periscope, Instagram, Google plus)  Market research and analysis. Building email lists for targeted eblasts  Actively promote blog posts, infographics, videos, etc across multiple social media platforms  Building and maintain communications calendars

Requirements:
Interest in the public relations, marketing, communications and/or journalism fields.  Responsible and dedicated with a desire to serve the community.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Outgoing and flexible with a willingness to work under deadlines.  A passion for social media and digital media marketing  Basic understanding of photography and video production.  Must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student.  Fluent in the Microsoft Office Suite  Experience with programs within the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design)  Experience with various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, Google+, Wordpress, Pinterest, Digg, Tumblr, and Stumbleupon).  Experience with pr software (Vocus, Cison) and with media tracking tools (Google alerts, Hoot Suite)  Experience with html, css, and websites preferred, but not essential.  Self-motivated, resourceful and able to work independently with little supervision

Compensation: University Credits

Website: alsagoldenwest.org

Company Description:
The mission of The ALS Association is to lead the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support. We are a member of the National Health Council and the only National organization solely dedicated to fighting ALS on all fronts while directly serving the ALS community. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The ALS Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. The Golden West Chapter serves people with ALS and their families in 31 counties throughout California and in the state of Hawaii.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Send Resumes to: Susan Korcz Regional Director of Community Outreach The ALS Association Golden West Chapter skorcz@alsagoldenwest.org And Cc: Jenica Lancy Director of Marketing and Communications The ALS Association Golden West Chapter jlancy@alsagoldenwest.org

Marketing and Research Volunteer

Employer Name: California Preservation Foundation

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
DESCRIPTION As CPF’s Marketing and Research Volunteer, you will provide support for our educational and development activities through a variety of data gathering and analysis tasks. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in a career in marketing, fundraising, or nonprofit management. You will primarily work from our downtown San Francisco office, but will also have opportunities to work from home. The start date is flexible, and you should expect to commit 5-10 hours per week. BENEFITS You will gain valuable experience and mentorship in activities that are critical to both nonprofits and businesses. This position is designed to be flexible, allowing the right candidate to pursue a wide variety of interests. Additionally, you will have complimentary access to CPF trainings, tours, and workshops (visit our website for a full calendar: www.californiapreservation.org).

Requirements:
- Strong research and analytical skills. - Ability to work independently and as part of a team. - Social media and marketing background is helpful, but not necessary. - Interest in historic preservation is a plus.

Compensation: N/A

Website: www.californiapreservation.org

Company Description:
Established in 1976, the California Preservation Foundation is the leading state-wide nonprofit dedicated to the protection of California’s diverse cultural heritage and historic places. Working with an extensive network, we provide statewide leadership, advocacy, and education on matters of historic preservation. CPF offers on-site technical assistance and direct support through our Field Services program, and is a nationwide leader in historic preservation education.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply, send a short cover letter explaining your interest and a copy of your CV or resume to: Andrew Shaffer Marketing, Communications, and Membership Manager ashaffer@californiapreservation.org 415.495.0349 x202

CURB Media and Communications Internship - Spring 2018

Employer Name: Californians United for a Responsible Budget

City / Location: Los Angeles, CA

Description:
CURB is seeking three new interns in the areas of Advocacy, Media and Communications, and Development. Our internships provide the opportunity to gain experience in research, outreach, grassroots organizing, media campaigns, coalition and movement building, public education, policy advocacy and social justice work. Working directly with the Statewide Coordinators, the interns will have the opportunity to develop leadership and organizing skills while working alongside an amazing group of anti-prison activists. All interns should be committed to racial and social justice, have strong written and verbal communications skills, and be interested in working in a small coalition with limited resources. The MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS INTERN will assist CURB in using media and communications to generate broad public support for reducing the number of people in prison and jail in California. Responsibilities Include: • Supporting grassroots organizing and outreach efforts; • Coordinating press outreach; • Maintaining organizational website & social media as it relates to communications; • Maintaining connections between CURB and people inside prison through written correspondence; • Recruiting future interns and volunteers; • Assisting with administrative tasks

Requirements:
Preferred Qualifications: • Solid computer skills; • Prior media or communications experience; • Experience with social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube; • An understanding of criminal justice issues; • Available to attend monthly member meetings on the first Tuesday of the month from 6-8pm; • Available to attend bi-weekly media meetings.

Compensation: All positions are unpaid, but opportunity to receive school credit or funding is allowed if offered by the candidate’s’ program.

Website: curbprisonspending.org

Company Description:
Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB) is a statewide coalition of over 75 grassroots organizations that is reducing the number of people in prisons and jails, shrinking the imprisonment system, while shifting state and local spending from imprisonment and policing to effective community-based programs and services that create sustainable and humane solutions for those most impacted by incarceration. To ground our work, we have four goals: shrinking the state prison system; ending county jail expansion; shifting public opinion through media and grassroots organizing; and strengthening connections to organizations and people through education, training, and networking.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Interns are asked to make a minimum commitment of three months to the organization and to meet a number of work hours agreed upon in advance. Californians United for a Responsible Budget is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated loved ones, Black people, people of indigenous decent, Latinx people, other people of color, and queer and trans people are encouraged to apply. Our Los Angeles office is located at the Chuco’s Justice Center at 1137 E. Redondo Blvd. in Inglewood. The office is not wheelchair accessible. To apply, e-mail your resume and cover letter to info@curbprisonspending.org. Please put “CURB Internship,” in the subject line and let us know which internship you are interested in.

Marketing Internship

Employer Name: Volition Beauty

City / Location: Sausalito, CA

Description:
This internship is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a ground breaking brand at the very beginning. We are looking for someone to commit to a minimum of 10-15 hours per week. We are also flexible on schedule. This unpaid internship can start ASAP and has a tentative duration of 3 months. Responsibilities: Grow engaged community through inspiring social media initiatives Drive traffic to the website by ensuring content is built and tagged consistently with SEO techniques and best practices Create content for all channels Create product campaigns Perform case studies and product research Conduct proper keyword research, monitor search engine rankings, and update website in ways that benefit search engine rankings Review analytics of digital marketing campaigns and make changes as necessary for improved performance Think “outside the box” and come up with original ideas on how to grow the community while engaging them.

Requirements:
Ideal Candidate: Enrolled in a 4-year program or recently graduated (in the past year) Self-motivated, self-starter, creative thinker Organized, great verbal/written communicational skills, enthusiastic and a strong willingness to always learn Possess general knowledge of marketing and content creation Social media savvy Background in beauty, SEO, graphic design or analytics is a plus Timeliness and attention to detail

Compensation: Travel costs compensated

Website: www.volitionbeauty.com

Company Description:
Volition Beauty is an exciting company that is revolutionizing the way beauty is approached. We empower our customers to drive our brand. Our mission is to build an open and transparent collaboration platform where our community co-creates every product. We make only products worth sharing, only products that work. We are looking for a talented candidate to join our marketing team to help build our community.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send a brief cover letter and resume to mjohnson@volitionbeauty.com.

Field Marketing Internship

Employer Name: Allied IM

City / Location: San Francsico

Description:
Allied Integrated Marketing offers a unique college internship position in our Field Marketing division. Interns have the opportunity to see how marketing campaigns are developed and executed, and will learn about working in an agency environment with a focus on entertainment clients. The College Intern Will: • Participate in brainstorming alongside Allied’s team of Account Executives, getting a feel for the kinds of promotional and publicity stunts and events that clients prefer; • Learn how to develop a pitch, and have a chance to use those skills to communicate with college media, student organizations, and local businesses; • Ideate and organize local-level events promoting client projects, such as themed bar nights, campus scavenger hunts, or Greek system activities; • Gain event management experience by attending and assisting Allied staff at evening screenings or events; • Gain experience with research tools such as Cision, TVEyes and Google, learning how to effectively identify target audiences for campaign messaging. At the conclusion of the internship term, interns will submit one portfolio piece, prepared under the supervision of Allied staff. The subject can be whatever the intern chooses, but it should showcase what was learned over the course of the internship. Interns are encouraged to approach every project with an eye towards resume building and professional development.

Requirements:
Qualifications: • Must be at least 18 years of age upon internship start date; • Must be a legal U.S. resident; • Must be enrolled as a full time student in a college; • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. This is an unpaid internship position. You will not be compensated in any fashion. You will not receive wages, health insurance benefits, retirement benefits, or company property in exchange for your participation. Allied will support any effort to obtain college course credit for your internship. You will be responsible for satisfying any requirements your school may have to obtain course credit.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: alliedim.com

Company Description:
ABOUT ALLIED INTEGRATED MARKETING Allied Integrated Marketing is a full service integrated marketing firm focused on the entertainment industry and comsumer brands, specializing in delivering targeted programs on a local, regional or national basis. The firm has 23 offices in the U.S. and Canada, making it the largest privately held company of its kind in North America. Allied has a management team of creative, advertising, publicity and promotions specialists with a great depth of knowledge and industry experience. Some of our current clients include 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, IFC, Food Network, The Disney Store, Mattel, and W Hotels as well as the touring productions of Mamma Mia!, Wicked, Book of Mormon and Hamilton. www.alliedim.com

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email a cover letter and resume to Natalie at NCarey@alliedim.com Please apply by January 29, 2018.

Events Planner(fundraising),Research/writing,video production assistant

Employer Name: San Francisco Living Wage Coalition

City / Location: San Francisco ,Ca

Description:
Event Planner-attend fundraiser meetings, plan, promote and execute fundraiser events held by SF Living wage. Research/writing-research background information on economic and social justice issues and assist in writing outreach materials. Video Production- Assist in the making of video features and documentaries involving working poor and welfare to work people in San Francisco.

Requirements:
Only requirement is being a college student that is in an intern class to receive credits for internship with SF Living wage coalition

Compensation: no compensation

Website: www.livingwage-sf.org

Company Description:
The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition is developing an analysis of the underpinnings of this new economy, the growing income inequality, and increasing wealth disparity. By understanding how our economy is constructed, we can begin to reform it.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Contact our office at 415-863-1225 or email us at sflivingwage@riseup.net to set up a meeting at our office at 2940 16th st. 3rd floor Rm 302

Communications Intern

Employer Name: Clinic by the Bay

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
• Update and maintain Clinic by the Bay’s social media presence (Facebook) • Assist in planning, writing and managing monthly eNewsletter, and quarterly print newsletter, "Living Well" • Draft, distribute and pitch news releases, media alerts and other stories • Designing flyers, graphics, e-vites and other marketing material for major events hosted by Clinic by the Bay • Update and maintain Clinic by the Bay's website as needed (WordPress) • Assist in event production and planning for major events hosted by Clinic by the Bay (galas, cocktail, receptions, scavenger hunts, etc.) • Assist with producing donor thank you letters

Requirements:
• Firm grasp of available tools and platforms in the social media space • Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., English, Marketing/Communications, or Public Relations) • Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus • Must be computer literate (working knowledge of word processing, PowerPoint, Excel). Proficiency in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop highly desired. Knowledge of HTML and graphic design a plus • An effective communicator, both written and oral • Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and community contacts • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines • Enthusiasm for the mission of Clinic by the Bay and the population we serve

Compensation: This is an Unpaid/Volunteer internship

Website: www.clinicbythebay.org

Company Description:
Clinic by the Bay is a volunteer-powered nonprofit clinic that provides free healthcare to the working uninsured in the San Francisco and San Mateo counties.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please fill out an online application (https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=513367336) and send in your cover letter and resume to theresa@clinicbythebay.org Employer Contact: Theresa Luong

Marketing and Communications Intern

Employer Name: Quantum Impact

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Diverse teams mean people feel safe and empowered to generate the innovative ideas that lead to impact. By making teams more inclusive, Quantum Impact (www.quantumimpact.org) enables organizations to be more effective. Quantum Impact works with clients to accelerate social progress by strengthening diverse teams of changemakers able to design and deliver results in challenging contexts. Research has conclusively shown that working as part of a team that values diversity helps staff achieve greater productivity. We partner with clients to achieve their best results, by creating inclusive workplace cultures, where all staff feel empowered, safe, passionate, and connected. At the same time, we coach leadership to realize their strategic vision through more responsive, transparent, collaborative, and productive work systems and processes. Be a part of an exciting three-month campaign about building inclusive workspaces, including a storytelling series featuring women who have overcome adversity in the international development field. Quantum Impact will be partnering with devex.com, a media platform that connects and informs 1 million + development, health, humanitarian, and sustainability professionals through news, business intelligence, and funding & career opportunities so you can do more good for more people. We want to build our base of followers during this strategic time and we are looking for an intern with a work ethic to help us build our base of supporters across our social media platforms and possibly help us build out some more advanced digital marketing strategies. Level of Effort: 4-8 hours work performed per week,1-hour editorial meeting, .5-hour weekly check-in. Remote work is fine. Our interns will have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and directly impact our organization during our strategic start-up stage. Interns are responsible for a variety of tasks. Making changes to the website, generating content and posting the content for our social media pages are the main tasks our interns do, but depending on the intern's skills and abilities in digital marketing, there may also be the opportunity to manage the e-newsletter, manage the website, build Facebook ads and/or Google AdWords campaigns. This will be a great experience for anyone looking to pursue a career in marketing, business administration, journalism, and/or international affairs. You will have the opportunity to work with experts in the field and receive valuable training to work within the non-profit and international development sector.

Requirements:
Qualifications: ⦁ Experience using social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Buffer). ⦁ Strong written and verbal communication skills. ⦁ Excellent administrative and organizational skills. ⦁ A strong work ethic, and the ability to work independently in an unstructured environment. ⦁ Good working knowledge of standard computer software, Microsoft Word, Excel, PPT, Google apps, and Internet research. ⦁ Knowledge of Google analytics and Google AdWords, HTML, CSS and WordPress or Squarespace (or similar website design application), Adobe PhotShop, a plus. ⦁ Prior interest in diversity in the workplace and international development, a plus.

Compensation:

Website: https://www.quantumimpact.org/about/

Company Description:
Quantum Impact is a non-profit on a mission to help globally-focused organizations build the most diverse and inclusive teams possible. Why? Because evidence shows that more diverse and inclusive teams are also more productive. Productive teams can in turn create more social impact on a global scale. Quantum Impact works with organizations whose work contributes to social progress and more equitable societies globally. Our clients include foundations, social enterprises, non-profits, and international development donors and implementers.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume to apply@quantumimpact.org.

Tech PR - Post Grad Internship

Employer Name: Method Communications

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The intern role at Method Communications is a hands-on, entry-level position offered to college graduates interested in pursuing a career in public relations. Method’s intern program is a six-month paid introduction to public relations. Account Management: Daily account support to account teams, including preparing client agendas and action items, scanning news for relevant press stories and client competitor research. Media: Research, build and manage client master media lists. Create coverage reports and daily or weekly clips for client teams. Monitor news for client inclusion in press stories, identify relevant competitor coverage and flag to internal team members. Speaking and Awards Program: Provide support to team members in the development, monitoring and ongoing upkeep of relevant client speaking and award opportunities. Agency Involvement: Participate in office activities, have a positive attitude and willingness to learn.

Requirements:
Undergraduate degree Enthusiastic with a willingness to learn Brings a proactive approach to day-to-day activities Exhibits strong time management skills Exceptional communication skills Curiosity, comfortable asking questions to better understand roles and expectations Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment Basic Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook skills

Compensation: Paid

Website: https://www.methodcommunications.com/careers/paid-internships/

Company Description:
Method is one of the fastest growing PR agencies in the country and was awarded by the Holmes Report as 2016 Tech Agency of the Year. Methods core values are Relationships, Results, and Resourcefulness. We recently won some exciting new business to add to our existing portfolio of companies including Code42, BlueVine, and Samsung.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please visit our website at www.methodcommunications.com and click the link on the right hand side which says Careers.

Integrated Media Intern

Employer Name: Weber Shandwick

City / Location: San Francisco, California

Description:
Leading marketing firm seeks the future. Are you a big thinker? We’re passionate about expanding the boundaries of what we offer our clients – and we’re looking for candidates with the creative daring and digital savvy to join that effort. From creative ideation to execution, Weber Shandwick’s interns form the foundation of a talented team that generates groundbreaking, award-winning programs. During the program, interns will work on programs for iconic brands and companies they likely encounter every day. Candidates must have already graduated college, and be available for a 40 hours/week schedule. Responsibilities · Create: Written words, videos, images · Monitor: Track brands in traditional and social media · Hustle: Pitch stories to media, develop media lists · Research: Analyze brands using various resources · Plan: Assist in event coordination and logistics · Engage: Share big ideas in brainstorms and with teams

Requirements:
Basic Qualifications · Thinking: Do it out of the box. Actually, it’s best if you’re wholly unfamiliar with the concept of boxes · Digital: Know all the relevant platforms, what brands are doing on them and what they should do next. · Communication: Speak, write and edit succinctly and compellingly. Ditch jargon. · Management: Meet deadlines, put out fires and multi-task. Work fast, but work well. · Interpersonal: Play nice, whether it’s in a team, with a team or independently. · Technical: Know Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Design and video editing chops are a plus. · Spark: Competence isn’t enough. Set yourself apart with something awesome and unignorable.

Compensation: Paid internship

Website: http://www.webershandwick.com/

Company Description:
We're a leading global communications agency, delivering daily on what we do best: engage. We earn attention and incite action for the best brands and organizations worldwide by championing integration and placing people, culture and relationships at the heart. Always.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply online at http://www.webershandwick.com/work-with-us. Contact Danielle Calhoun with any questions at DCalhoun@webershandwick.com

Business Associate

Employer Name: Natasha Grasso

City / Location: Moraga

Description:
Natasha Grasso is looking for a fashion forward, tech savvy, Instagram loving intern. Skill set includes photography, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest etc. This is a paid internship, and we offer school credit towards a degree and graduation. We are looking for someone who is willing to join our team part- time, and depending on performance, there may be opportunity to grow within our local business. This position has a range of duties, including, social media, business development, executing marketing campaigns, attending our local shop, working with customers, and some personal assistance errands. Our store is located in the Rheem Shopping Center in Moraga. Next to Tangelo and the local pet store. Our address 386 Park St. Suite A, Moraga, Ca 94556

Requirements:
If interested, please note that when applying the individual(s) must have these qualifications (listed below). We do consider individuals who may not possess all requirements listed. Related work experience is not required, and ‘experience’ may compromise for this. Also, must be 18 years old to apply. -MUST have an interest and familiarity with social media, i.e. Photography, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, etc -Must have the confidence to execute tasks properly -Detailed oriented, task oriented, and driven to succeed in a business environment -Capable of working well with others, such as, Natasha, and our small team. Must demonstrate executive leadership, and be a self-starter. -Must be an effective communicator -Ability to adapt in when task and situation changes and be able to troubleshoot -Upkeep of our store, i.e. dusting, displaying jewelry, simple cleaning duties etc. -Willingness to work evening events, and weekends

Compensation: $13/Hour

Website: www.natashagrasso.com

Company Description:
Natasha Grasso is a small wholesale and retail design and manufacturing company located in the East Bay. Our designs are sold all over the world including Canada and China and have been featured in countless magazines and worn by celebrities. We design 4 collections per year and design and fabricate bespoke pieces out of our boutique and studio in Moraga California.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email Lauren Fukushima at lauren@natashagrasso.com Resume and Cover Letter must be sent over to me for consideration.

Communications and Marketing Intern

Employer Name: ParTAG

City / Location: Redwood City

Description:
- Working with the Graphics and Digital Media Assistant to create content for ParTAG's social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Applicant will need to illustrate use of humor and energy in his/her writing examples - Able to connect with the purpose of the company, ParTAG, and its users. - Researching and pitching digital media outlets and influencers (writers, reporters, bloggers, teen social media) to drum up buzz - Planning and executing outreach to colleges and family demographics (booths, fairs, sponsorship) - Planning and executing surveys to obtain feedback on ParTAG- Assistance with digital ad propagation and spending efforts - Assistance with brand management and awareness - Assistance in obtaining new testers and users - Additional assistance: - Market research - Supply Chain management - Inbound/outbound logistics

Requirements:
- Personal social media presence (please provide links) - 2.9 GPA minimum

Compensation: $15/hr (hours between 10-15 / week)

Website: www.partag.net

Company Description:
ParTAG is a silicon valley start-up aiming to disrupt the antiquated rental business with a platform for peer-to-peer rentals of tangible goods.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume and links to social media profiles or writing samples to info@partag.net, subject "Communications Intern".

Marketing, Communications and Membership Manager

Employer Name: California Preservation Foundation

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
This new position has been developed to establish more effective communication between the California Preservation Foundation (CPF) and its members, create greater public awareness of historic preservation, and respond to the needs of members and donors. The Manager reports to the Executive Director and will be instrumental in accomplishing tactical objectives, and contributing to strategic direction, that lead to CPF’s success. The ideal candidate will be: • A creative communicator who understand the importance of marketing and public relations. • A strategic thinker who can implement on a day-to-day basis (drafting copy, monitoring analytics, etc.) • Able to implement campaigns in both traditional (paper, mailing) and contemporary (social media) methods • Collaborative with the Executive Director, Field Services Director and Trustees • Results-oriented with the goal of increasing membership and public response to CPF and preservation • Able to engage with and communicate with our members and the public through telephone conversations, social media and the written word. • Able to make complex and technical issues clear and understandable. Duties & Responsibilities Communications • Draft compelling, creative copy across multiple formats and channels, including website, blog, e-newsletter, social media, print collateral, etc. using a consistent and recognizable voice, style, and tone throughout all communications. • Collaborate with staff and the board to understand the goals, scope, and customer needs for existing and new programs; develop supportive marketing and communications initiatives; define specific target audiences or core constituencies. • Manage CPF’s social media platforms to grow followers and increase engagement. • Oversee the management and day-to-day updating of CPF’s website, driving traffic with compelling content and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices. Development • Working with CPF Executive Director and staff, manage recruitment and retention of CPF members (organizations and individuals). Communicate with donors, members, non-members and others in a relationship building role. • Build and maintain relationships with external partners and stakeholders, including nonprofit and public agency staff, building professionals, and media professionals. • Review existing individual giving systems and concepts and develop appropriate plans and strategies with support from the Executive Director. • Assist the Executive Director in researching funding opportunities for CPF. Support • Administer CPF’s email marketing and marketing automation platform, setting up campaigns and maintaining contact lists. • Analyze data pertaining to website and social media use and effectiveness as related to fundraising and awareness activities. • Manage CPFs’ website member log-in accounts, ensuring that records are updated.

Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) from an accredited four-year College or University in the humanities, marketing, communications, journalism, or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Interest in historic preservation, history, architecture and design • Superb writing and editing skills, and effective oral communications skills. • Experience planning and implementing marketing and outreach campaigns • Proven collaboration skills and creativity to encourage successful marketing initiatives. • Highly organized, able to meet deadlines, work in a lead role with committees, create and manage work plans. • Ability to take initiative and act independently. Driven and solution-oriented; can overcome obstacles to drive projects through completion. • The job requires periodic travel and overnight stays. Applicant must have a valid California driver’s license. Technical Skills • Expert knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows. • Experience managing social media platforms. • Experience with email marketing or marketing automation platforms. • Experience with website content management systems (Wordpress, etc.) • Proficiency with customer relationship management software (Salesforce, Neon, etc.) a plus.

Compensation: $45,00 - $55,000 per year

Website: californiapreservation.org

Company Description:
The California Preservation Foundation, founded in 1977, is California’s leading state-wide non-profit dedicated to preserving our architectural heritage. A membership-based organization, CPF provides statewide leadership, education and advocacy to more than 1500 members and supporters.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Submit the following information to cheitzman@californiapreservation.org. 1. Include a cover letter describing your skills and experience and why you are a fit for the position. 2. Submit your resume. 3. Include 3-5 published writing samples that display your creativity and versatility across formats, from blog posts or magazine articles to emails or web pages.

Mayor's Office of Communications Intern

Employer Name: Mayor's Office of Communications

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Mayor’s Office of Communications carries the voice of the Mayor to the media, to community leaders, and to the general public, through various media and communications outlets. i. Intern Duties Include: 1. Answering phones, taking detailed messages. 2. Preparing daily news clips for the Mayor and staff. 3. Internet-based research and word processing. 4. Writing news releases, background pieces, advisories, fact sheets and other news-related information, as well as flyers and other written materials. 5. Initiating contact and responding to inquiries from print, radio and television journalists. 6. Assisting Communications staff with logistics during press events. 7. Providing support and creating content for social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Requirements:
Qualifications/Skills: 1. Excellent verbal communication skills. 2. Demonstrated superior writing skills including experience writing Op-Eds, press releases, fact sheets and other media related materials. 3. Strong inter-personal skills. 4. Knowledge about the basic functions, responsibilities and structure of the City and County of San Francisco.

Compensation: College Credits

Website: sfmayor.org

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please visit the following link to complete the application - http://sfmayor.org/internship-program

Donor Relations Intern

Employer Name: OneJustice

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Donor Relations Intern is ideal for those who wish to pursue careers in communications, external relations, fundraising, or event planning – especially in the nonprofit sector. The Donor Relations Intern reports directly to the Senior Manager of Donor Relations and is responsible for assisting the OneJustice Development & Communications team with various aspects of development and communications, which will allow the organization to reach its annual revenue goals. Some Responsibilities May Include: - Support the Senior Manager of Donor Relations and the team in planning and implementing the organization’s seasonal fundraising campaign, including drafting written collateral to send to donors to solicit and acknowledge gifts - Assist the team with developing designs and images to be used in social media campaigns as part of the fall fundraising campaign - Assist the team with designing materials recognizing volunteers from our various pro bono clinics around the state - Donor database management, including data entry, maintenance, and generating reports

Requirements:
Qualifications & Requirements: - Must be enrolled in college - Outstanding written and verbal communications skills.- - Fierce attention to detail and emphasis on accuracy. - Flexibility and ability to work well with a team. - Ability to prioritize multiple projects and meet deadlines. - Proficient in MS Office, specifically Word and Excel.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: www.OneJustice.org

Company Description:
OneJustice is a nonprofit legal organization that brings life-changing legal assistance to low-income Californian by transforming the civil legal aid system. We support a statewide network of 100+ nonprofits, as well as law firms, corporate legal departments, and law schools, in delivering free civil legal assistance to low-income and underserved Californians, including veterans, families, children and youth, and immigrants. We have three core program areas: (1) Pro Bono Justice, which builds innovative and effective pro bono projects with law schools, firms, and businesses to provide free legal help to Californians in need around the state; (2) Healthy Nonprofits, which provides coaching, consulting and resources on nonprofit management to the boards, executives and leaders of legal services nonprofits, and (3) Californians for Legal Aid, which advocates for increased funding for free legal help for low-income Californians.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email: (1) a cover letter with a detailed explanation of your qualifications for the internship; (2) your resume; (3) three academic or professional references to careers@one-justice.org. Please include “Donor Relations Intern” in your email subject header.

PR Internship (Lifestyle/Consumer)

Employer Name: Demonstrate PR

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Demonstrate PR is looking for a Public Relations Intern to play a supporting role in the development and implementation of client communications strategies and implementation in collaboration with relevant stakeholders. He/She will assist in all Public Relations and Social Media for clients and will report to the Account Executives with a dotted line to the Account Supervisors. The purpose of this position is to provide a forum for learning and implementing many of the essential skills and tools required in the field of public relations. RESPONSIBILITIES The primary responsibilities for Public Relations Internship include: Media Monitoring:  • Follow media relevant to accounts and identify client opportunities  • Create/maintain editorial calendars for client opportunities • Create /maintain thorough, accurate, current media lists database • Conduct media audits and analysis when needed • Compile clip reports and in-house designed clip books • Research industry trends, issues, etc. to support the new business process, as directed Writing Relevant Media Materials:  • Draft pitch letters, news releases, backgrounders, fact sheets, bios, newsletters, prepared remarks, standby statements, etc. Media Outreach:  • Handle routine media inquiries and sample requests • Create and maintain team media lists • Assemble press kits and coordinate mailings • Conduct follow-up with respect to media interviews, as requested, including fact checking, follow up notes to journalists, etc. • Coordinate specific events and promotions for clients, as necessary Event Activation:  • Participate in brand activation brainstorms • Assist with coordinating event activation logistics (pre- and post) • Assist with design of event concept deck and event collateral for client review Reporting:  • Communicate in a timely manner all relevant and necessary account information, relating to your assigned project work • Work to ensure that account deadlines are met • Assist in compilation of monthly status reports • Maintain accurate records of all account work • Update intern project list to reflect activities

Requirements:
Preferred Qualifications ¥ Solid PR internship background, i.e. six months to one year of PR internships or equivalent work experience, preferably within an agency setting ¥ Applicants should preferably be an undergraduate junior or senior ¥ Applications are welcomed from students with a journalism, mass media, communications, public relations or related major ¥ Excellent creative and professional writing skills, presentation (written and verbal) skills, familiarity with AP styles a plus ¥ Strong research skills and knowledge of research tools ¥ Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, Google Drive; familiarity with Photoshop a plus ¥ Social media savvy across range of platforms ¥ You pride yourself on your ability to be resourceful; collaboration is as important to you as coffee ¥ Must be extremely organized with a sharp eye for detail and the ability to multitask effectively under deadlines ¥ Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple projects at once ¥ Experience working with consumer clients is strongly preferred

Compensation: For internship credit only

Website: www.demonstratepr.com

Company Description:
Demonstrate PR is an independently owned, earned media agency headquartered in San Francisco with a focus on lifestyle and consumer communications. Boasting a team of highly imaginative social innovators, the boutique agency helps clients navigate the current cultural landscape and align their initiatives with relevant trends and niche markets. Demonstrate excels at developing and executing insight-based, integrated marketing communications programs consisting of public relations, social campaigns, event activations and influencer marketing.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send your resume and cover letter to careers@demonstratepr.com

Public Relations Internship

Employer Name: Demonstrate PR

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
POSITION OVERVIEW Demonstrate PR is looking for a Public Relations Intern to play a supporting role in the development and implementation of client communications strategies and implementation in collaboration with relevant stakeholders. He/She will assist in all Public Relations and Social Media for clients and will report to the Account Executives with a dotted line to the Account Supervisors. The purpose of this position is to provide a forum for learning and implementing many of the essential skills and tools required in the field of public relations. RESPONSIBILITIES The primary responsibilities for Public Relations Internship include: Media Monitoring:  • Follow media relevant to accounts and identify client opportunities  • Create/maintain editorial calendars for client opportunities • Create /maintain thorough, accurate, current media lists database • Conduct media audits and analysis when needed • Compile clip reports and in-house designed clip books • Research industry trends, issues, etc. to support the new business process, as directed Writing Relevant Media Materials:  • Draft pitch letters, news releases, backgrounders, fact sheets, bios, newsletters, prepared remarks, standby statements, etc. Media Outreach:  • Handle routine media inquiries and sample requests • Create and maintain team media lists • Assemble press kits and coordinate mailings • Conduct follow-up with respect to media interviews, as requested, including fact checking, follow up notes to journalists, etc. • Coordinate specific events and promotions for clients, as necessary Event Activation:  • Participate in brand activation brainstorms • Assist with coordinating event activation logistics (pre- and post) • Assist with design of event concept deck and event collateral for client review Reporting:  • Communicate in a timely manner all relevant and necessary account information, relating to your assigned project work • Work to ensure that account deadlines are met • Assist in compilation of monthly status reports • Maintain accurate records of all account work • Update intern project list to reflect activities

Requirements:
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS ¥ Solid PR internship background, i.e. six months to one year of PR internships or equivalent work experience, preferably within an agency setting ¥ Applicants should preferably be an undergraduate junior or senior ¥ Applications are welcomed from students with a journalism, mass media, communications, public relations or related major ¥ Excellent creative and professional writing skills, presentation (written and verbal) skills, familiarity with AP styles a plus ¥ Strong research skills and knowledge of research tools ¥ Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, Google Drive; familiarity with Photoshop a plus ¥ Social media savvy across range of platforms ¥ You pride yourself on your ability to be resourceful; collaboration is as important to you as coffee ¥ Must be extremely organized with a sharp eye for detail and the ability to multitask effectively under deadlines ¥ Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple projects at once ¥ Experience working with consumer clients is strongly preferred

Compensation: For credit only

Website: www.demonstratepr.com

Company Description:
Demonstrate PR is an independently owned, earned media agency headquartered in San Francisco. Boasting a team of highly imaginative social innovators, the boutique lifestyle and consumer PR agency helps clients navigate the current cultural landscape and align their initiatives with relevant trends and niche markets. Demonstrate excels at developing and executing insight-based, integrated marketing communications programs consisting of public relations, social campaigns, event activations and influencer marketing.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@demonstratepr.com.

PR Intern

Employer Name: Bread & Butter

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
Bread & Butter Public Relations, a boutique public relations firm specializing in the hospitality industry, is seeking a part-time intern who is outgoing, hard-working, personable, motivated and goal-oriented. You will assist the team of this growing company in client and media relations. The work environment is comfortable, easy and relaxed. Responsibilities include: Relationship building and networking with colleagues, clients and the media Working as part of an account team to implement media plans Creating media lists Researching and writing press releases Tracking print, broadcast and new media for ideas and coverage Assisting in the strategic development of PR plans for all clients Preparing press kits which include bios, fact sheets, menus, recipes, press clips and photos Updating press kits as necessary, tracking and creating clips Working with images, including reducing size, cropping and lightening Scanning and archiving editorial placements

Requirements:
What we are looking for… A love of travel and different types of food and drink Organized, self-starter, takes initiative, is resourceful and likes a challenge Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills PC proficient, particularly in the Microsoft Suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook Knowledge of Cision Experience in scanning images, photo editing Internet research savvy Ability to multi-task Excellent people skills, attention to detail and amazing follow through Preferably some experience working in the culinary, wine or travel industries Someone who wants to learn a lot and have fun!

Compensation: N/A

Website: http://breadandbutterpr.com/

Company Description:
Bread and Butter is a hands-on public relations and digital media company with a fondness for all things food, drink and travel. We consider ours a business with a big city sensibility and a small town heart and only work with people who inspire us. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, San Francisco, Dallas, Las Vegas, Nashville, Sonoma and Denver, we’re able to offer diverse points of view, a uniquely customized approach and a distinctively talented team all hungry for one thing: your success.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please include: Résumé Writing samples Candidate is needed 2 to 3 days per week. Hours are flexible; however, interns must be available a minimum of 10 hours per week.

Communications and Policy Intern

Employer Name: The Office of San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Office of San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón is seeking interns. Selected candidates will work with our small team of communications and policy professionals in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. From ensuring San Francisco invests in mental health instead of incarceration, to protecting consumers and fighting for victims of crime, DA Gascón is considered a national leader in criminal justice reform. He is working to make San Francisco the safest large city in America, and was the driving force behind Prop 36, to reform our three strikes law, and Prop 47, to reduce drug possession for personal use from a felony to a misdemeanor. The DA also convened the Blue Ribbon Panel on Transparency, Accountability and Fairness in Law Enforcement. Interested in getting involved with these issues and much, much more? SFDA interns receive a behind the scenes understanding of the criminal justice system, are exposed to best practices related to media and community relations, and will learn how crime and public policy related news stories are generated and developed in the media. They also receive ample training in the legislative process, and will need to attend court proceedings to provide updates on criminal cases being covered by the press.

Requirements:
Selected candidates are required to undergo a background check. Internships are offered for the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Interviews and hiring are conducted on a rolling basis until positions are filled. As such we recommend applying as far in advance as possible. Minimum time commitments are three months in duration, three days per week, with limited exceptions. Due to the volume of applicants, especially for Summer, we give priority to those able to commit to full-time work schedules. Many interns choose to stay on longer than the three month commitment, which may limit the number of positions we are able to offer in a semester.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship and regrettably no stipends are available.

Website: sfdistrictattorney.org

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
APPLYING? BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: A short (one or two paragraphs) well-written cover letter included in the body of an email with resume attached. Include your weekly availability, your preferred start date, and the approximate date through which you are available in the email. Your email should be addressed to max.szabo@sfgov.org, and please ensure it includes “[Fall/Spring/Summer] Internship" in the subject line. IE: “Fall Internship”

Marketing Intern

Employer Name: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Intern responsibilities will include: Assist with development of on-site engagement opportunities and strategic partnerships for future exhibitions. Assist in the analysis and tracking of special exhibitions for monthly analytic meetings. Help with the organization, archiving, and documentation of special exhibition marketing through project management systems such as Asana and Teamwork. Creation of ad books showcasing print advertising. Assist with development of media sponsorship program. Perform research analysis as needed (i.e. concierge collateral research, competitive advertising campaigns in market). On occasion interns may be asked to assist with additional administrative responsibilities including organizing files and performing light clerical tasks.

Requirements:
Qualifications: Interns should be current undergraduate or graduate college/university students. An interest in Marketing, Business, Museums, Non-profits, and/or Art History, is highly useful. The ideal candidate will have prior experience working in a fast paced environment that requires multitasking and attention to detail, as well as strong technical skills and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Adobe Photoshop and InDesign software is a plus. Those most suited for this position will have a vested interest in marketing for non-profit arts/culture or museums, be an independent thinker and problem-solver with a hands-on team player mentality.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: http://famsf.snaphire.com/jobdetails?ajid=D0sK7

Company Description:
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are the city's largest public arts institutions and comprise the de Young and the Legion of Honor museums. The de Young, designed by Herzog & de Meuron and located in Golden Gate Park, showcases American art from the 17th through the 21st centuries, international contemporary art, textiles and costumes, and art from the Americas, the Pacific, and Africa. The Legion of Honor displays a collection of over 4,000 years of ancient and European art including Auguste Rodin's The Thinker and houses the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in a Beaux-Arts style building overlooking Lincoln Park and the Golden Gate Bridge. COFAM is the Corporation of Fine Arts Museums and is the privately funded non-profit corporation which supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, a department of the City and County of San Francisco. COFAM is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in all phases of employment in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Application Requirements: Resume Cover letter detailing how your background/coursework will contribute to this department and what you wish to gain from this internship Application Deadline: August 4, 2017

Communication Internship

Employer Name: Spitfire Strategies

City / Location: San Francisco, CA

Description:
The internship will provide a better understanding of the public relations field, specifically as it pertains to services for nonprofits. Internship activities will include a mix of: • Creating media lists that demonstrate a solid understanding of the media as well as understanding of the client's issue and how it is to be positioned in the media • Compiling media clips for clients and regularly identifying opportunities for clients to strengthen their position by responding to select clips • Actively participating in internal client brainstorming sessions and contributing ideas to projects • Taking notes at planning meetings that project lead can turn into outline for communications plan • Coordinating mailings and assembling meeting or training packets • Creating PowerPoint presentations according to Spitfire guidelines • Copy editing and drafting materials and internal memos that adhere to AP and Spitfire Style guides • Other duties as assigned

Requirements:
All candidates must have a bachelor's degree or be in their final semester/trimester of college. Candidates should have at least three to six months of office experience or related experience, or have held a previous full-time internship. This is traditionally a full-time position for applicants that are not current students; however, we would consider an alternative schedule that falls within Spitfire's office hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m. in San Francisco, CA). Interns who are still in college will be expected to work at least 30 hours a week and be present Monday through Friday each week. An adjusted daily schedule may be accommodated to allow for class schedules if the above requirements are met.

Compensation: $14/hr

Website: http://www.spitfirestrategies.com/

Company Description:
At Spitfire Strategies, we love making positive change happen. Our clients have serious ambitions and are determined to make the world a better place. We choose to work on issues that are close to our hearts and that make us proud of what we’re doing every day.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
To apply, submit a resume, cover letter and three writing samples to jobs@spitfirestrategies.com noting position title, salary requirements and which office you are applying to.

Mediation Program Internship

Employer Name: Community Boards

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Interns are responsible for the first stages of case development including intake interviews (phone and in-person), assessing needs, responding to online mediation requests, providing referral resources if necessary, opening cases and the corresponding data input, and sending out letters to parties. Interns work collaboratively with the staff and work on special projects as needed.

Requirements:
Good telephone and communiation skills Good listening skills Ability to emphathize w/o judgment and w/o taking sides Ability to practice patience with callers who may be frustrated, upset or angry Familiarity with data entry process (we will teach the particulars) Fluent in Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin is a plus

Compensation: This is a non-paying internship

Website: www.communityboards.org

Company Description:
Communty Boards is the country's longest running conflict resolution center with over 40 yeras of experience addressing neighborhood and professional conflicts. Community Boards services include mediation, conflict coaching, facilitation, training and professional development.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Complete an intern application form found at http://communityboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/CB-Intern-Application-Form-2016.pdf and email it to ADR Programs Director Karen H. Lipney, klipney@communityboards.org, with a copy to Mac McGilbray at Mac_McGilbray@communityboards.org.

Development

Employer Name: Californians United for a Responsible Budget

City / Location: Oakland, Los Angeles, Inland Empire

Description:
CURB is seeking an intern who can assist the organization in development and fundraising efforts to generate broad public support for reducing the number of people in prison and jail in California. Responsibilities include: • Supporting grassroots organizing and outreach efforts; • Cultivating relationships with potential & current donors; • Coordinating the logistics of various fundraising activities (direct mailings, thank you cards, events etc.); • Supporting grant writing and research; • Maintaining organizational website & social media as it relates to development; • Assisting with administrative tasks; • Recruiting future interns and other duties as necessary.

Requirements:
Preferred Qualifications • Strong written and verbal communications skills; • Solid computer, social media and editing skills; • Prior fundraising or community organizing experience; • Commitment to racial and social justice or a background in prison issues; • Interest in building grassroots fundraising skills and working in a small organization with limited resources; • Available to attend weekly fundraising meetings; • Available to attend monthly member meetings on 1 Tuesday per month from 6-8pm.

Compensation: Not a paid internship

Website: Www.curbprisonspending.org.

Company Description:
Californians United for a Responsible Budget CURB is a statewide coalition of 70 grassroots organizations working to reduce the number of people in prisons and jails, the number of prisons and jails in the state, and shift state and local spending from corrections and policing to human services. Our internships provide the opportunity to gain experience in research, outreach, grassroots organizing, media campaigns, coalition and movement building, public education, policy advocacy and social justice work. Working directly with the Statewide Coordinators, the interns will have the opportunity to develop leadership and organizing skills while working alongside an amazing group of anti-prison activists.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Interns are asked to make a minimum commitment of three months to the organization and to meet a number of work hours agreed upon in advance. All positions are unpaid, but opportunity to receive school credit or funding is allowed if offered by the candidate's’ program. Californians United for a Responsible Budget is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated loved ones, people of color, and queer and trans people are encouraged to apply. To apply, e-mail your resume and cover letter to info@curbprisonspending.org. Please put “CURB Internship,” in the subject line and let us know which internship you are interested in and which office you’d want to work in. Feel free to contact us with any questions at the above email address or at 213-864-8931 for Media & Communications and Development or 909-717-8520 for Advocacy

Advocacy

Employer Name: Californians United for a Responsible Budget

City / Location: Oakland, Los Angeles, Inland Empire

Description:
CURB is seeking someone who can assist the organization in our state-level advocacy work to shrink the prison and jail systems in California, reduce incarceration, and invest in community-based solutions. Responsibilities include: • Engaging member organizations in legislative and state budget advocacy; • Writing letters of support and opposition for legislation; • Supporting policy research; • Supporting grassroots organizing and outreach efforts; • Coordinating advocacy events; • Maintaining CURB website and social media; • Assisting with administrative tasks; • Recruiting future interns and volunteers; • Other duties as necessary

Requirements:
• Strong written and verbal communications skills; • Prior community organizing or advocacy experience; • Commitment to racial and social justice or a background in prison issues; • Interest in working in a small organization with limited resources; • Available to attend weekly advocacy meetings every Thursday from 3:30-4:30; • Available to attend monthly meetings on 1 Tuesday per month from 6-8pm.

Compensation: Not a paid internship

Website: www.curbprisonspending.org.

Company Description:
Californians United for a Responsible Budget CURB is a statewide coalition of 70 grassroots organizations working to reduce the number of people in prisons and jails, the number of prisons and jails in the state, and shift state and local spending from corrections and policing to human services. Our internships provide the opportunity to gain experience in research, outreach, grassroots organizing, media campaigns, coalition and movement building, public education, policy advocacy and social justice work. Working directly with the Statewide Coordinators, the interns will have the opportunity to develop leadership and organizing skills while working alongside an amazing group of anti-prison activists.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Interns are asked to make a minimum commitment of three months to the organization and to meet a number of work hours agreed upon in advance. All positions are unpaid, but opportunity to receive school credit or funding is allowed if offered by the candidate's’ program. Californians United for a Responsible Budget is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated loved ones, people of color, and queer and trans people are encouraged to apply. To apply, e-mail your resume and cover letter to info@curbprisonspending.org. Please put “CURB Internship,” in the subject line and let us know which internship you are interested in and which office you’d want to work in. Feel free to contact us with any questions at the above email address or at 213-864-8931 for Media & Communications and Development or 909-717-8520 for Advocacy

MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS

Employer Name: Californians United for a Responsible Budget

City / Location: Oakland, Los Angeles, Inland Empire

Description:
CURB is seeking someone who can assist the organization in using media and communications to generate broad public support for reducing the number of people in prison and jail in California. Responsibilities include: • Supporting grassroots organizing and outreach efforts; • Coordinating press outreach; • Maintaining organizational website & social media as it relates to communications; • Maintaining connections between CURB and people inside prison through written correspondence; • Recruiting future interns and volunteers; • Assisting with administrative tasks

Requirements:
Preferred qualifications: • Strong written and verbal communications skills; • Solid computer skills; • Prior media or communications experience; • Commitment to social justice; • Experience with social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube; • An understanding of criminal justice issues; • Interest in working in a small organization with limited resources; • Available to attend monthly member meetings Tuesday per month from 6-8pm; • Available to attend bi-weekly media meetings

Compensation: Not a paid internship

Website: www.curbprisonspending.org.

Company Description:
Californians United for a Responsible Budget CURB is a statewide coalition of 70 grassroots organizations working to reduce the number of people in prisons and jails, the number of prisons and jails in the state, and shift state and local spending from corrections and policing to human services. Our internships provide the opportunity to gain experience in research, outreach, grassroots organizing, media campaigns, coalition and movement building, public education, policy advocacy and social justice work. Working directly with the Statewide Coordinators, the interns will have the opportunity to develop leadership and organizing skills while working alongside an amazing group of anti-prison activists.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Interns are asked to make a minimum commitment of three months to the organization and to meet a number of work hours agreed upon in advance. All positions are unpaid, but opportunity to receive school credit or funding is allowed if offered by the candidate's’ program. Californians United for a Responsible Budget is committed to investing in the leadership of people of color and formerly incarcerated people. Formerly incarcerated people, people with incarcerated loved ones, people of color, and queer and trans people are encouraged to apply. To apply, e-mail your resume and cover letter to info@curbprisonspending.org. Please put “CURB Internship,” in the subject line and let us know which internship you are interested in and which office you’d want to work in. Feel free to contact us with any questions at the above email address or at 213-864-8931 for Media & Communications and Development or 909-717-8520 for Advocacy For more information about CURB visit: www.curbprisonspending.org.

Education Internship-School Programs

Employer Name: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are seeking current undergraduate or graduate college/university student to participate in an unpaid internship with the Get Smart with Art program in our Education Department. This internship provides participants with an in-depth understanding of the functions of FAMSF's permanent school programs and offers an opportunity for interns to actively support the program's mission. Schedule: The internship will last from October 4, 2017 through June 8, 2018. This internship is a total of 8 hours per week, 8:30 am-4:00 pm. Interns have the opportunity to also volunteer for Teacher Workshops on select weekends. Interviews will be held August 16, 17, 18, 22, and 23, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm or 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Duties: Intern responsibilities will include: Program Support: Support daily preparation for school programs as well as assisting staff and observing the program. Support teaching artists with studio and tour group management. Program Evaluation and Reporting: Observe and record student learning in gallery and studio settings. Observe a range of teaching artists' methodologies and styles. Communications: Check-in weekly with a designated staff member regarding successes and challenges observed in the program, as well as advocate for personal areas of interest. Support: Interns will be asked to assist with additional administrative responsibilities including organizing program files and teacher resource library, assisting with curriculum assembly and researching upcoming special exhibitions as needed. Educational Opportunities: Administrative Skills: Interns will learn how to use current computer programs necessary for coordinating School and Teacher Programs. Data Analysis: Interns will learn basic evaluation data analysis strategies and experience how evaluation can be leveraged into program refinement. After completing the first semester, interns may be invited back to participate in an advanced portion of the program. In the second semester, interns will continue first semester tasks and will also: participate in one two-month mentorship with a teaching artists co-facilitate 'Visual Thinking Strategies' gallery tours Lead specific components of studio sessions reflect on their teaching practice develop, facilitate, and execute an in-gallery tour stop participate in one two-month evaluation intensive focused on 2nd and 5th grade learners

Requirements:
The Education Department is seeking candidates at the junior, senior, or graduate level who are studying Art Education / Education / Anthropology / Sociology / Psychology / Art History for an internship supporting School and Teacher Programs. Prior experience with Common Core Standards is a plus. The ideal candidate will have experience working with students aged 5-13, preferably within an art setting; and will be self-motivated and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment that requires multitasking, time management, and attention to detail. An interest in child development, curriculum development, museum studies and/or studio art is also highly useful. Students with an art background are encouraged to bring examples of their personal artwork or work with children for their interview. Application Deadline: August 11, 2017

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: http://famsf.snaphire.com/jobdetails?ajid=DFjK7

Company Description:
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are the city's largest public arts institutions and comprise the de Young and the Legion of Honor museums. The de Young, designed by Herzog & de Meuron and located in Golden Gate Park, showcases American art from the 17th through the 21st centuries, international contemporary art, textiles and costumes, and art from the Americas, the Pacific, and Africa. The Legion of Honor displays a collection of over 4,000 years of ancient and European art including Auguste Rodin's The Thinker and houses the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in a Beaux-Arts style building overlooking Lincoln Park and the Golden Gate Bridge. COFAM is the Corporation of Fine Arts Museums and is the privately funded non-profit corporation which supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, a department of the City and County of San Francisco. COFAM is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in all phases of employment in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Fill out applications using snaphire: http://famsf.snaphire.com/search?search=cvid-ig0h7

Social Media Intern - 12 week internship

Employer Name: Transformation Systems, Inc.

City / Location: Headquartered in Alexandria, VA w/ field office in Redwood City, CA. Work will be remote/telework.

Description:
TSI has an immediate opening for a Social Media Intern. The Social Intern will play an active role in the development of an online community for Dr. Marta Wilson and Transformation Systems, Inc. The intern will maintain a presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content. He/she will regularly analyze and report on the activity on social media networks. The ideal candidate will be responsible for engaging in online forums, participating in online outreach, optimizing our website and conducting keyword analysis. Position Responsibilities • Work with Director of Strategic Initiatives to develop a formal social media strategy plan and editorial calendar • Create engaging blog and social media content • Monitor analytics and identify areas of opportunity • Grow online social networks by increasing followers and interactions • Review online activity of model organizations and report on “social media best practices” • Complete other social media projects as assigned

Requirements:
Position Requirements • Currently majoring in communications or related field • 1+ years’ experience in social media/marketing • Excellent oral and written communication skills • In-depth working knowledge of Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube • Experience with social media analytics • Basic knowledge of photo editing software • Availability to work 10 hours per week Eligibility This is a part-time internship (approx. 10 hours/week). Transformation Systems, Inc. is based in Arlington, VA with a field office in Redwood Shores, CA. Position will require remote work with periodic meetings in the Bay Area. We require that you provide your own computer to complete internships projects and tasks.

Compensation: $20/hr

Website: transformationsystems.com

Company Description:
About TSI: Founded by leadership author and executive consultant Dr. Marta C. Wilson, Transformation Systems Inc. (TSI) is a management systems engineering company that helps military and civilian leaders within the defense community achieve their extremely challenging goals in ways that are most efficient, effective and responsive. TSI provides enterprise transformation solutions, applying industrial and systems engineering principles and practices to the realm of organization design. Our team is comprised of highly motivated and insightful experts in the fields of engineering, psychology, math, science, business and evaluation. We are thought leaders with a passion to make a difference. Transformation Systems, Incorporated is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email cover letter and resume to jmm@transformationsystems.com

PR Intern

Employer Name: Witz Communications

City / Location: Oakland, CA

Description:
The Intern is responsible for maintaining key client information including editorial calendars, press and analyst lists, speaking opportunities and deadlines. The Intern is expected to: • Learn, observe and be mentored in high-quality PR practices • Provide administrative support to account teams and internal teams as directed • Research and refine press/analyst contact database; update matrices • Conduct research via the Web • Compile briefing books, coverage reports

Requirements:
The requirements for the Intern position are as follows: • An interest in technology • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills • Excellent organizational capabilities • Eagerness to learn from experienced mentors • Positive attitude • A bachelor's degree in a related field (public relations, marketing, journalism, communications)

Compensation:

Website: http://www.witzcommunications.com/

Company Description:
Witz Communications is a business-to-business public relations agency supporting technology companies and organizations from startups to mid-sized public companies. Technology markets we represent include enterprise networks, telecommunications services, data centers, cyber security, and Internet of Things. Witz combines traditional PR programs with messaging, analyst programs, and the savvy use of social media to create integrated marketing and communications strategies that result in new media coverage opportunities that increase the visibility and presence in our clients’ markets.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send resume to Leslie Johnson: leslie@witzcommunications.com

Marketing Internship

Employer Name: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Assisting with development of on-site engagement opportunities and strategic partnerships for future exhibitions. Assisting in the analysis and tracking of special exhibitions for monthly analytic meetings. Helping with the organization, archiving, and documentation of special exhibition marketing through project management systems such as Asana and Teamwork. Creating ad books that showcase print advertising. Assisting with development of media sponsorship program. Performing research analysis as needed (i.e. concierge collateral research, competitive advertising campaigns in market). On occasion interns may also assist with additional administrative responsibilities including organizing files and performing light clerical tasks.

Requirements:
Applicants should be current undergraduate or graduate college/university students. An interest in Marketing, Business, Museums, Non-profits, and/or Art History, is highly useful. The ideal candidate will have prior experience working in a fast paced environment that requires multitasking and attention to detail, as well as strong technical skills and experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Adobe Photoshop and InDesign software is a plus. Those most suited for this position will have a vested interest in marketing for non-profit arts/culture or museums, be an independent thinker and problem-solver with a hands-on team player mentality.

Compensation: Unpaid

Website: https://www.famsf.org/

Company Description:
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are the city's largest public arts institutions and comprise the de Young and the Legion of Honor museums. The de Young, designed by Herzog & de Meuron and located in Golden Gate Park, showcases American art from the 17th through the 21st centuries, international contemporary art, textiles and costumes, and art from the Americas, the Pacific, and Africa. The Legion of Honor displays a collection of over 4,000 years of ancient and European art including Auguste Rodin's The Thinker and houses the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in a Beaux-Arts style building overlooking Lincoln Park and the Golden Gate Bridge. COFAM is the Corporation of Fine Arts Museums and is the privately funded non-profit corporation which supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, a department of the City and County of San Francisco. COFAM is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in all phases of employment in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Apply here: http://famsf.snaphire.com/jobdetails?ajid=HEnJ7 Application Deadline: March 16, 2017

Marketing Intern

Employer Name: VA Palo Alto Healthcare System

City / Location: Palo Alto, Ca

Description:
We are looking for a student who seeks to increase their marketing skills by serving as a copy-editor/content manager with the VA Palo Alto Health Care System. This student will be responsible for working with the graphics team to create compelling copy for publications. The candidate will work on the following types of publications: • Flyers • Brochures • Online Copy • Books • Social Media Language

Requirements:
To be a candidate for the marketing position one must possess beginner’s level abilities in the following areas (mentoring and guidance will be provided to ensure growth): • The ability to write for various tones • An understanding of consumers and what motivates them • Research and organizational skills • Desire to learn and grow knowledge base • Good communication skills (both written and oral) • Editing and proofreading skills

Compensation: Unpaid Internship

Website: http://www.paloalto.va.gov/

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Damian McGee at (650) 493–5000 ext. 64888 or damian.mcgee@va.gov

Journalism Intern

Employer Name: VA Palo Alto Healthcare System

City / Location: Palo Alto, Ca

Description:
We are looking for a student who seeks to increase their journalism skills and grow their portfolio working with VA Palo Alto as a journalism intern. The intern should have the ability to write AP style copy for internal and external communication pieces. Additionally, he or she must have interview skills and the ability to research information to find “the story.” Students will have the opportunity to write the following types of pieces: • Press releases • Media pitches • News stories • Stories about emerging research • Personality features about Veterans • Personality features about Staff • Feature articles about programs and services • Proper byline credit will be given for all articles.

Requirements:
To be a candidate for the journalism position one must possess beginner’s level abilities in the following areas (mentoring and guidance will be provided to ensure growth): • Interview skills for a wide range of circumstances • Producing copy within given deadlines • Fact-checking gathered information • Good communication skills (both written and oral) • Editing and proofreading skills • Must be able to work alone or as a part of a team • Photography skills are a plus!

Compensation: Unpaid Internship

Website: http://www.paloalto.va.gov/

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Damian McGee at (650) 493–5000 ext. 64888 or damian.mcgee@va.gov

UCSF Cancer Center Management Internship

Employer Name: UCSF Health

City / Location: San Francisco, Mission Bay Neighborhood

Description:
You will be supporting the oncology practices of the Mission Bay outpatient clinics. This internship is mainly focused on working with patients and staff. Possible projects include, but are not limited to: staff/provider engagement, patient education, data analysis, Lean Leadership exposure, and patient experience projects.

Requirements:
Updated TB/flu shot vaccinations; Desire to work with diverse populations of patients and staff; Willingness to contribute to a team environment; Eagerness to improve the patient's experience within our clinic.

Compensation: N/A

Website: http://cancer.ucsf.edu/

Company Description:

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please email your resume to Janelle at Janelle.pubols@ucsf.edu

Public Relations Intern

Employer Name: Babierge

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Assist startup in all areas of communications, especially public relations and social media. Participate in research, compiling press lists, identifying content marketing opportunities, identifying social influencers, developing a PR plan, writing email pitches and press releases, reviewing daily lists of press queries (HARO + Profnet), etc. This is an exciting opportunity to get experience developing and executing a communications plan for a new brand in a new business category.

Requirements:
Organized, articulate, flexible, highly motivated and willing to jump in and try things. Strong writing skills. We are an early-stage startup, moving very fast in a lot of directions at once. This is not an internship with a very predictable day-to-day job description. If you are creative, and can thrive in a professional setting with shifting priorities, and deliver on your commitments, you'll be a good fit.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship, but you will learn a lot.

Website: www.babierge.com

Company Description:
Babierge (baby + concierge) is a collaborative economy platform connecting traveling families with "Trusted Partners" at their vacation destination who rent, deliver and set up all the baby gear a family needs to enjoy their vacation. Think Airbnb, but for baby gear. We went from one market to 18 in 10 months, and we're growing quickly now.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Please send an email to trish@babierge with "internship" in the subject line, and include the following: -Your full name and contact information -Any work, volunteer work, or coursework you feel qualifies you for this position. Please write this in a paragraph that demonstrates your persuasiveness and general writing skills. -General hours you can be available (we're flexible) -Any experience you've had in the sharing economy, or anything else you want to tell us that will help you stand out as a candidate.

Media Volunteer

Employer Name: The National Kidney Foundation

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
The National Kidney Foundation is seeking a media volunteer to assist with public relations, communications and marketing for local events and community-based awareness campaigns. We host so many wonderful free programs that educate and help the at risk population. These include free kidney health screenings, community education, medical professional education and much more! Our walks help raise funds to support the one in nine who are fighting against kidney disease. Every day the National Kidney Foundation is working to educate and assist those at risk and those with kidney disease, but we need your help in communicating these programs and events to the Bay Area! Training will be provided! Do you have a passion for communication and the skills to help us? Continue below for more information!

Requirements:
 College students or adults with background or interest in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing or Journalism.  Good interpersonal skills that include the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.

Compensation: 0.00

Website: https://www.kidney.org/offices/nkf-serving-northern-california-pacific-northwest

Company Description:
The National Kidney Foundation is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease, and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity please contact Danielle Esquivel at Danielle.Esquivel@kidney.org or call 415.543.3303

Public Relations Insurance Apprentice

Employer Name: Walsh Carter and Associates

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Learn all about the ins and outs of Health, Business, and Personal insurance! Lead Marketing initiatives through e-mail, social media, and mailers. Communicating with Carriers, Clients, and referral partners to ensure firm is up to date with all changes in regulations Day to day tasks such as filing, routing phone calls, e-mail, mail

Requirements:
3.0 minimum GPA Juniors and Seniors Able to commute to the Financial District 12 hours a week for 10 weeks

Compensation: n/a

Website: http://www.walshcarter.com

Company Description:
Based in beautiful downtown San Francisco, Walsh Carter & Associates offers comprehensive and innovative insurance solutions for commercial and individual clients. We give you all the choice you expect from a full-service brokerage, with the personalized service you want from a boutique consultancy. We believe you deserve to have a partner in your business. One who works with the highest rated companies, stays ahead of the industry trends, watches your bottom line, and knows how to listen.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Send resume to Sheena Fitzpatrick at sfitzpatrick@walshcarter.com Will first participate in a phone interview

CUSTOMER SERVICE AND COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP

Employer Name: Monday Motorbikes

City / Location: Brisbane, CA

Description:
Monday Motorbikes is revolutionizing the commuting experience, and giving style to sustainability. Behind the most technologically advanced two-wheeler on the road is a team of bright, passionate, and ambitious people. People resolved to change urban transportation for the better. They love what they do, and they’re willing to do what it takes to become successful. The social media intern will need to be enthusiastic, driven, social media savvy, and ready to work hard. This is a growth position and can turn into a full-time position. An estimated 15-20 hours per week will be necessary, unless you have more time! The work schedule is flexible, but most days will require a minimum of 3 hours. The internship extends over a period of 3-month with the possibility to become full-time after successful completion. Responsibilities include the following: • Manage incoming calls • Convert Leads • Identify and assess customers’ needs to achieve satisfaction • Build sustainable relationships of trust through open and interactive communication • Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods/tools • Meet Business Development and Sales team targets • Handle complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits; follow up to ensure resolution • Keep records of customer interactions, process customer accounts and file documents • Follow communication procedures, guidelines and policies • Go the extra mile to engage customers

Requirements:
• Proven customer support experience or experience as a client service representative • Track record of over-achieving quota • Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening • Familiarity with CRM systems and practices, especially Zendesk and Zoho • Customer orientation and ability to adapt/respond to different types of characters • Excellent communication and writing skills • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively

Compensation:

Website: www.mondaymotorbikes.com

Company Description:
Monday Motorbikes was started with a simple challenge of electrifying a 1978 Puch Magnum. Dr. Nathan Jauvtis took that challenge and built a company around the amazing machine he created. The M-1 revolutionizes the way we get around the city as an approachable, stylish, and affordable alternative to the existing transportation options of today. If you can ride a bike, you can ride an M-1. Monday Motorbikes builds its batteries from the cellular level. This allows us to stay at the forefront of battery technology, by offering the latest and highest density cells on the market within our standard battery configuration. If newer, more energy dense cells become available, we will simply integrate them into our existing battery configuration. Monday Motorbikes is the future of urban transportation. The M-1 allows the user to nimbly navigate the city without the need for registration and insurance, or even a license. By limiting our power output through software, we are able to fall under the federal electric bicycle regulations of the U.S.A., and currently most states in our Economy Mode. We also have the capability to unleash one awesome off-road experience in our Sport Mode. Monday Motorbikes is more than just the M-1. We have assembled the best team in the world, who all share a passion for two wheels and the electrification of transportation. The M-1 has been the catalyst that has brought together many great minds from varied backgrounds and cultures. Keep an eye on us over here at Monday Motorbikes, we have big things coming in the near future.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
Email your Resume and Cover Letter to charlie@mondaymotorbikes.com

Ogilvy and Mather 2017 West Internship

Employer Name: Ogilvy and Mather

City / Location: San Francisco

Description:
Thinkers. Your curiosity has gotten you this far; now see if it can earn you a spot as an Ogilvy Titan. The Internship Program Ogilvy Summer Interns will learn the public relations business by supporting a team, like an apprenticeship. That means doing anything that moves the project forward. You will mentored by some of the best and brightest and you’ll learn what it means to balance “the art & science” of public relations.

Requirements:
· Self-motivated, self starter · Excellent verbal and written communication skills · Demonstrated leadership skills · Willingness and ability to work collaboratively How to apply You must be a college junior or senior to apply. You must be available for the 12-week internship from June to August 2017. The application deadline is January 17, 2017. To apply, create a profile on careers.ogilvy. Then submit the following items (Hint: If it’s not all there when you apply, it won’t be accepted. Has something to do with attention to detail). 1. Resume 2. In a Word document, list 1) your top two areas of interest (technology, public affairs, social media, sustainability, corporate communications or consumer/brand marketing). For more detail on our practices, please visit www.ogilvypr.com. And 2) your preferred city (Denver, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Francisco). 3. Two professional or educational letters of reference (whatever will best show off who you are and why you belong at Ogilvy) 4. Writing exercises. Please answer both of the following prompts in 500 words or less Prompt 1: If you are hosting a dinner party on Friday night and could invite three (3) people – one from the past, one from the present and one from the future -who would they be and why? Prompt 2: If hired as an intern at Ogilvy, what mark would you leave [on the company]? 5. Review your application and submit!

Compensation:

Website: https://careers.ogilvy.com/

Company Description:
Ogilvy & Mather is one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world. It was named the Cannes Lions Network of the Year for four consecutive years, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015; and the EFFIEs World's Most Effective Agency Network in 2012, 2013 and 2016. The company is comprised of industry leading units in the following disciplines: advertising; public relations and public affairs; branding and identity; shopper and retail marketing; health care communications; direct, digital, promotion and relationship marketing; consulting, research and analytics; branded content and entertainment; and specialist communications. O&M services Fortune Global 500 companies as well as local businesses through its network of more than 500 offices in 126 countries. It is a WPP company (NASDAQ: WPPGY). For more information, visit http://www.ogilvy.com/, or follow Ogilvy on Twitter at @Ogilvy and on Facebook.com/Ogilvy.

Application Process and Employer Contact:
https://careers.ogilvy.com/openings/2017-west-summer-internship-program/