Communication and Journalism Internships

CSN's Department of Communication offers internships for college credit in the various fields of communication and journalism.  Internships give communication and journalism majors the chance to gain valuable real-world experience before completing their degree. Journalism/Media Studies majors are required to take the internship class to graduate. Complete course and internship policy information is available by clicking on the following link: Department of Communication Internship Program and Policies.

Basic Internship Information

  • Students are responsible for finding an internship; these can be found by clicking on the categories below.
  • Once you find an internship you are interested in, follow the directions on the listing to apply for that internship.
    • If you cannot find an internship on the lists, you may find your own internship, which will need to be approved by the internship coordinator.
    • The internship must meet the criteria outlined in the Department of Communication Internship Program and Policies document above and your internship supervisor must download, fill out and return the following form: CSN Department of Communication Internship Opening Form
  • You must then obtain permission to enroll in Jour 290/Com 196.

The JOUR 290/COM 196 Internship Class

  • Students can earn up to 3 credits for an internship. You must work 50 hours for each credit.
  • The internship will be completed concurrently with the JOUR 290/COM 196 course.
    • You will be required to complete various assignments besides working at your internship to earn your grade for this course.
    • All coursework is completed online.
    • Students receive a letter grade for the Internship course based on hours worked, evaluations and completion of assignments.
  • The Internship class is offered during the fall and spring semesters only; if you wish to intern over the summer, you will need to contact the internship coordinator.

Registration Guidelines

  • You should begin to arrange for your internship at least 6 to 8 weeks before you register for classes.
  • Most businesses with internship openings will require a current resume and cover letter; if you need help with this, please see the internship coordinator.
  • Once you receive permission to intern from the company, you should send a copy of the official acceptance email/letter to Dr. Eunette Gentry.
  • After the paperwork is submitted and the internship is approved, you will be enrolled in the course, and must pay for the class based on the number of hours you will work and the credit hours you want to earn.

To view available internships, select from the categories below. If you have questions or need any help, contact our internship coordinator, Dr. Eunette Gentry.  

Note: Many of the internships listed below require you to submit a resume to apply; so, view the following helpful video and article guide on "How to Write a College Student Resume" &/or you can schedule an online appointment with CSN's Career & Transfer Services, for resume and interview prep workshops, by sending an e-mail request to cats@csn.edu.

KSNV Channel 3 - NBC (& CW Las Vegas Channel 33)

https://news3lv.com/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Intern will assist producer / assignment editor / video editor /  reporter with writing news and web stories and other job functions as needed. Interns will also learn skills in producing, news-gathering and writing, editing, floor direction, teleprompting, enterprising news stories and reporting. Please send your cover letter/resume to Eunice Parrish – enparrish@sbgtv.com – 702-952-4611.

KSNV is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KVVU FOX5

https://www.fox5vegas.com/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Intern will assist producer / assignment editor / video editor /  reporter with writing news and web stories and other job functions as needed. Interns will also learn skills in producing, news-gathering and writing, editing, floor direction, teleprompting, enterprising news stories and reporting. Please send your cover letter/resume to Monica Schmidt, Executive Producer – Monica.Schmidt@gray.tv – 702-436-8259.

KVVU is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KLAS Channel 8 – CBS

https://www.8newsnow.com/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Intern will assist producer / assignment editor / video editor /  reporter with writing news and web stories and other job functions as needed. Interns will also learn skills in producing, news-gathering and writing, editing, floor direction, teleprompting, enterprising news stories and reporting. Please send your cover letter/resume to Joyce Kotnik, Assistant News Director – jkotnilk@8newsnow.com – 702-792-8891.

KLAS is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

“Las Vegas Now” (Lifestyle / Entertainment Show) – on KLAS Channel 8

https://www.8newsnow.com/news/las-vegas-now/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

This is a Lifestyle / Entertainment Show for which the selected intern will assist the executive producer / producer / video editor /  reporter / host with writing stories and other job functions as needed. Interns will also learn various skills such as segment production and field-producing. Please send your cover letter/resume to Celina Tuason, Executive Producer – ctuason@8newsnow.com - (702) 792-8869.

The Executive Producer of "Las Vegas Now" is actively seeking interns for this upcoming semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

VEGAS PBS Channel 10

https://www.vegaspbs.org/

STUDIO ASSISTANT
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Interns will first be assigned a camera position in order to train the student on running the camera and or familiarize the student with the workflow in our studio.  Students are assigned as grips on field shoots.  They are assigned to help set up and tear down sets overseen by a producer/director.  They get the opportunity to assist in lighting, running audio, manning a teleprompter, and using the Chyron on in-studio programs.  Students also get a taste of what it is like working for a nonprofit organization by setting up and tearing down and assisting in fundraising events. For more information, contact Rachel Clifton at the Vegas PBS Production Department - 702-799-1010.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KTNV Channel 13 – ABC

https://www.ktnv.com/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES, UNPAID)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Intern will assist producer / assignment editor / video editor /  reporter with writing news and web stories and other job functions as needed. Interns will also learn skills in producing, news-gathering and writing, editing, floor direction, teleprompting, enterprising news stories and reporting. Please send your cover letter/resume to Krystin Lewis, HR Business Partner – krystin.lewis@ktnv.com – 702-257-8353.

KTNV is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

The Morning Blend (Lifestyle / Entertainment Show) – on KTNV Channel 13)

https://www.ktnv.com/morningblend

STUDIO ASSISTANT
(1-3 CREDITS, 50-150 HOURS, 2 OPENINGS, PAID)

Intern will assist producer with lifestyle talk show including assisting floor director, writing web stories and other job functions as needed. Also, learn skills in producing, promotions, editing, community outreach and event coordination. The Morning Blend features a variety of community organizations, businesses and happenings in the Vegas metro area.  Interns will learn client relations, editing on Final Cut Pro, web producing, writing in iNews and teleprompting.  Please email your cover letter/resume to Krystin Lewis, HR Business Partner – krystin.lewis@ktnv.com – 702-257-8353, desk@ktnv.com or to Executive Producer, Julie Pyle.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KPVM-TV NEWS 25

REQUIRED *PREREQUISITE*:  Students MUST be enrolled in JOUR 202: Electronic Media Production I, at the College of Southern Nevada. This intern must be selected by the JOUR 202 Instructor/Internship Coordinator/KPVM News Anchor, Dr. Eunette Gentry, at the end of the semester in which the student completes the JOUR 202 (TV News Reporting) course & after station job interviews.  Following this process and once the student has fulfilled all prerequisites, the student-intern will be allowed to apply for this internship position.

https://kpvm.tv/news

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, MUST BE ENROLLED IN JOUR 202, PAYMENT VARIES)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

After successfully completing the prerequisite JOUR 202 TV News Reporting course at CSN, the student-intern reporter will be able to contribute to the on-air news production process by: shooting B-roll, conducting interviews, shooting Stand-ups, writing news PKG's and editing their news stories in Adobe Premiere Pro. The student-intern will also assist the video editor &/or news anchor with writing news stories and other job functions as needed. Please contact Instructor/Internship Coordinator/News AnchorDr. Eunette Gentry, via email, with applicable inquiries.

CSN Radio

RADIO STATION INTERNS
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible    Hours per week: Flexible

CSN's new Digital Streaming Radio Station has a number of internship opportunities, including:

Assistant Program Director: Schedules daily music for air to maintain continuity and consistency of sound for the station. Participate in the production of station ID's, public service announcements and promos.

Sports and News Directors: Planning and preparation of local campus news. In addition to good writing and news-gathering skills, the newsperson in radio must have news announcing abilities. Update news stories and rewrite to keep news from sounding stale. Perform news and sports updates on-air.

Public Affairs Director: Research campus topic's, seek out potential guests to interview, prepare questions relating to interview. Execute interview.

Sales Executives: Sell airtime, Prospecting (search newspapers, attend new store openings, call and build a list of potential clients). Offer trade agreements with potential clients. Plan the sales day. Introduces station to clients. Make follow-up calls. Close the sale. Sales to also work with the CSN Foundation on all transactions. Update and download Public Service Announcements from the AD Council.

Promotions Director: Create on-air station promotions that raise awareness of the station. On-air promotion is used to inform the audience of what the station has to offer: station personalities, programs and special features and events. Promote campus activities and attend campus events, concerts, fairs, sporting events.

On-Air Talent: Will either and/or be live on-air with specific shifts directed by the General Manager. Talent must be energetic, musically informative and able to work well with others. Must possess at least a C grade or higher in radio class.

Interested students should send an email to Station Manager, Andy Kolb, at Andrew.Kolb@csn.edu.

CSN is actively seeking radio interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KNPR/Nevada Public Radio

INTERN--STATE OF NEVADA
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, UNPAID)

Start/Ends: TBD          Hours Per Week: 12

Under the supervision of the executive producer, interns will:

  • Undertake research
    • Write the research into a concise and usable form for the host
    • Keep a file of relevant public reports, news clips, press releases and other documents that support the research
    • Pre-interview guests and include that information in any research
  • Plan and produce segments for the show, including:
    • Booking guests
    • Researching the segment
    • Briefing the host on relevant issues
    • Writing a draft script with an introduction and questions for the segment

Students will understand the daily operation of a newsroom, including the operation of all equipment used to produce a newscast. This internship includes potential opportunities to be published in our magazines and/or online. Interested parties should send an email including resume and cover letter to Ashleigh Lake, Director of HR – Ashleigh@nevadapublicradio.org - 702-258-9895, ext. 224.

For more information on these opportunities, see: KNPR/State of Nevada and Desert Companion. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, the internship coordinator.

KUNV (UNLV Radio)

Production, On-air, Social Media, Sports, Graphic Design, Public Relations
The Rebel HD2 - 91.5 KUNV

RADIO BROADCASTING INTERN

This is not limited to UNLV current or future students. Any NSHE student can apply. If you have a passion for radio and love to discuss all things music, we have an opportunity just for you! On-air positions are now open, the HD2 is looking for NSHE students to join the team. You must be able to work independently and in a team environment. Great interpersonal skills are a must!

Students that participate at KUNV work as part of The Rebel HD2 team and will get hands-on experience operating, managing, and producing content for an FM radio station. Students obtain board operations training to host their own music or talk show, and engineer other shows. There are opportunities to produce sports content for web, mobile, and on-air platforms. Students also get trained on sports play-by-play calling and color commentary and the daily operation of a radio station. There may be community and campus events to attend.

Students will understand the operation of all hardware and software used to produce radio content and will research/write/edit content with potential opportunities to broadcast live over the air. Students will be working at the station at UNLV Main Campus – Greenspun Hall. This is an unpaid internship. For more information or to apply for the internship contact Jason Beatty, Operations Manager – jason.beatty@unlv.edu – 702-895-0062 or Ashton.Ridley@unlv.edu.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KSHP/Las Vegas Broadcasting

RADIO BROADCASTING INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, HOURS TBD, UNPAID)

Start/Ends: Flexible       Hours per week: Flexible

Applications for Marketing, Sales, Production, and Promotion Interns are now being accepted by KSHP Radio/Sports Radio Station. Fox Sports KSHP 1400 AM is the home of the Big Radio Shopping Show and Local Sports Shows. For students who want excellent radio experience, we offer flexible intern hours and the opportunity to grow in the broadcasting industry. Interns will be involved with weekly sports marketing and social networking support. Some off-site promotional work may be required. Interested parties should email General Manager, Mark Hays at  MarkHays@kshp.com - 702-902-2385.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

LOTUS Broadcasting

RADIO BROADCASTING INTERN
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, UNPAID)

Starts/Ends: Flexible    Hours per week: Flexible

Lotus Broadcasting Las Vegas has openings for interns in all departments. Radio broadcasting internships can offer a wide variety of experience.  A radio broadcasting internship may include responsibilities for organizing, preparing, coordinating and executing promotional events.  In addition, the experience may include working with on-air talent, brainstorming new ideas, and communicating with clients and advertisers.  For more information contact Danielle Gradillas, Business Manager, at (702) 876-1460.

LOTUS is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KKVV (The Gospel Airship)

Production, On-air, Social Media, Graphic Design, Public Relations
The Gospel Airship – 1060 AM KKVV

RADIO BROADCASTING INTERN

On-air positions are now open, the station will soon also be found at 100.1 FM. The Gospel Airship covers the Las Vegas Valley & beyond. Our station works around the clock in order to bring you the BEST NEWS of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and more. Preaching, Teaching, Views, and news from a Christian Perspective! Tune in to KKVV and start discovering all that we have to offer. Check out their website at KKVV.com

Students will get hands-on experience operating, managing and producing content Christian radio station. For more information or to apply for the internship contact Alysa Plummer - alysa@kkvv.com or call 702-731-5588. This position is likely to end up in a job.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KCEP 88.1 FM (The People's Station)

Power88lv.com

Production, On-air, Social Media, Public Relations
Power 88 FM

RADIO INTERN

Students will get experience operating, managing and producing content for KCEP - Power 88 FM. For more information or to apply for the internship email: info@kcepfm.com or call 702-648-0104.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Sticky Paws Studios (Podcasts)

https://stickypawsstudios.com/

STUDENT INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

Intern will assist podcasters / producers while learning the fundamentals of podcasting, in state-of-the-art studio facilities. The intern will develop professional skills while learning about podcast production, photography/videography and social media strategy. The intern will also assist podcasters with other job functions as needed. Please send your cover letter/resume to Austin Alvaraz, Producer & Videographer – 702-466-5365 or Travis Flesher, President – travis@stickypawsstudios.com – 702-498-7850.

Sticky Paws Studios is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Broadcast Management Group (Video Production)

https://www.broadcastmgmt.com/

SPORTS PRODUCTION INTERN
(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, NUMBER OF OPENINGS VARIES)     

Starts: Beginning of semester  Ends: Middle or end of the semester (approx.)     Hours per week: Flexible

We take our productions from concept through design and execution, guiding our interns each step of the way. Interning with BMG will allow you a unique view into how things work in the sports world, within our state-of-the-art production workflow. Located just 13 minutes away from CSN's West Charleston Campus (on Sunset near Jones), BMG offers a unique opportunity for collaboration and a leg up on potential post-secondary employment leads. Please send your cover letter/resume to Graham Taylor, Exec. Producer / Sports Production – gtaylor@broadcastmgmt.com.

BMG is actively seeking interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Coyote Student News

http://coyotestudentnews.com

(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS,  2 OPENINGS, UNPAID)

Students must be enrolled in JOUR 105: News Production I at the College of Southern Nevada. The editor-in-chief and managing editor of Coyote Student News--selected by instructor at the beginning of each semester after job interviews--will be allowed to apply for the internship position.

The time requirement is approximately 10 hours a week for the 16-week semester. These positions are highly-coveted leadership positions with editorial and business responsibilities.

Main Tasks:

  • Responsible for the overall integrity of the newspaper: editorial content, appearance, coverage, production, scheduling, staff issues and advertising
  • Craft editorial material, write articles, edit articles Fact checking for accuracy of all material for newspaper
  • Works closely with the professor, editors, and colleagues to ensure that all articles are submitted in a timely manner, that layout/production efforts are completed on time
  • Will be the student representative for the publication to the professor, college and outside world, will help colleagues with writing process and editorial cycle
  • Expected to attend six website upload dates on Fridays in the newsroom, guide staff efficiency, work closely with professor for successful uploads

For more information, contact instructor for the course JOUR 105, Professor Jennifer Mitchell - Jenny Mitchell or call 702.651.4607. Cover letter and resume will be submitted in class for these positions. There is a required interview with instructor.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Eat More Art/The Asylum Theatre

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, 4 OPENINGS, UNPAID)
DIGITAL MEDIA ASSISTANT INTERNSHIP

Students will update website calendar events, research story ideas, conduct interviews, and write content. They will also help develop relationships with local media and develop/send press releases and provide follow up. Students will have the opportunity to pitch stories and conduct interviews if interested as well as help with editing and social media management.

FLYER FOR EAT MORE ART VEGAS

Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Sarah O'Connell, Executive Director, at Contact Us

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Millenials In Motion Magazine

(1-2 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-100 HOURS,  UNPAID)
CONTENT CONTRIBUTOR INTERN

FLYER FOR MIM_MAG INTERNSHIP

We are Millennials in Motion - an online magazine and community platform with a mission to combine content, conversation, and community to develop unity! And we want YOU to #GetinMotion with us! We’re a multi-passionate organization covering a wide range of topics and media styles, so whatever is of interest or concern to you, we want to hear about it! Being a local publication, this internship will focus on producing locally-focused content relative to the Las Vegas and overall Nevada community. If you are ready to #BeTheChange and get some entry-level journalism experience while you're at it - #GetinMotion and apply today!

Interested students should send a resume/cover letter to Editor-in-Chief, Catherine Deleo at catherinedaleo@mimmag.com

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Vegas  Kids  Zone

www.vegaskidszone.com

VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP POSITION, 50-150 HOURS, 1-3 CREDITS

Vegas Kids Zone is a local resource for parents. We're looking for someone who wants to get involved with their community! The virtual position includes writing about subjects and people that interest them, updating the calendar, writing press releases and researching and crafting stories. If you are into sports, interview local professional athletes. Cooking or entertainment? - I have the contacts for local chefs and entertainers who would love to talk to Vegas Kids Zone about all they do. As a professional journalist, I have mentored many students and assisted them in finding future employment.

For more information, contact Kimberley McGee - kim@vegaskidszone.com - 702-326-9953.

Vegas Kids Zone is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Las Vegas Review Journal

REPORTING or PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIPS

50-150 HOURS, 1-3 CREDITS

For a specific list of open internship opportunities at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, please click here:  https://www.reviewjournal.com/internships/

We’re looking for ambitious, inquisitive and enthusiastic reporters who are eager to use shoe leather to help cover breaking news in this vibrant city while contributing impactful enterprise.

Our ideal candidates are near graduation or recent college graduates who have completed at least one previous internship or have experience working for a college publication or other professional news organization. We’re especially interested in applicants who speak fluent Spanish. Candidates should be able to generate original story ideas, handle breaking news assignments, shoot video and be active on all social media platforms.

Start and end dates for the internships are flexible, but we’re looking for candidates who are able to work between 10 and 12 weeks.

For more information, contact Wanda Blair, VP of Marketing – wblair@reviewjournal.com – 702-383-0223.

The Review Journal is looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Athletics Farm

TRIPLE-A LAS VEGAS BASEBALL WRITER/CORRESPONDENT
(1 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50 HOURS, 1 OPENING, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates:TBD     Hours/Week: Flexible

Triple-A Las Vegas Baseball Writer/Correspondent for Athletics Farm

We’re currently seeking someone who’d like the opportunity to learn about sports writing by serving as a local correspondent for the Athletics Farm website. The position involves covering the Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators in their first season as an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, and in their first season in their new ballpark in Summerlin. It will require interviewing players/coaches/managers for features and writing other material that could include features/recaps/analysis pertaining to the team that will be published on our website. Schedule is flexible but applicants would need to be prepared to spend some time at the ballpark during and prior to a select number of home games in Summerlin.

Internship Job Responsibilities:

  • Writing baseball-related content (features/recaps/analysis) that will be published online.
  • Interviewing ball players/coaches/managers for features that will be published online.
  • Interfacing with team PR people to coordinate interviews/coverage/etc.
  • Understanding the daily process of sports coverage/team PR/press box operation

Interested students should email their resume and cover letter to Bill Mortiarty, Editor-in-Chief, at AthleticsFarm@aol.com.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

CSN Athletics

CSN's Athletic Department offers 4 different internships for COM/JOUR students:

BASEBALL PLAY-BY-PLAY BROADCASTER
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, 1 OPENINGS, UNPAID)

Starts/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 12-15 (approx.)

The intern will provide play-by-play of the action going on in the field and will work jointly with the color commentator to provide an informative, quality radio broadcast of the game.  Researching information on both teams before the broadcast is required in order to provide a base knowledge of both teams to listeners. Interviews of coaches and/or players may be required as well. For more information contact Sports Information Director & Coordinator of Campus Recreation, Andrew Farrar - Drew Farrar - 702-651-4886.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

BASEBALL COLOR COMMENTATOR
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, 1 OPENING, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 12-15 (approx.)

The intern will assist the play-by-play broadcaster by providing color commentary of the baseball game during the radio broadcast.  Researching information on both teams before the broadcast is required in order to provide a base knowledge of both teams to listeners.  Interviews of coaches and/or players may be required as well. For more information contact Sports Information Director & Coordinator of Campus Recreation, Andrew Farrar - Drew Farrar - 702-651-4886.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

BASEBALL PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, 1 OPENING, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 12-15 (approx.)

The intern will use the public address system to provide fans with a welcome, starting lineups, inning totals, score, and any other announcements that game-day personnel require to be read over the PA.  Researching information on both teams before the game is required in order to have a base knowledge of both teams. For more information contact Sports Information Director & Coordinator of Campus Recreation, Andrew Farrar - Drew Farrar - 702-651-4886.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

SOFTBALL PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER
(3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS, 1 OPENING, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 12-15 (approx.)

The intern will use the public address system to provide fans with a welcome, starting lineups, inning totals, score, and any other announcements that game-day personnel require to be read over the PA.  Researching information on both teams before the game is required in order to have a base knowledge of both teams. For more information contact Sports Information Director & Coordinator of Campus Recreation, Andrew Farrar - Drew Farrar - 702-651-4886.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Vegas Golden Knights

GAME-NIGHT STAFF, COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTENT (PAID POSITION)
2-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 100-150 HOURS

Essential Functions:  The Las Vegas Golden Knights game night staff, Communications and content intern, will assist in all areas of the club's media relations, public relations and content creation.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist with teams media operations strategy during select game days at T-Mobile Arena and practice days at City National Arena
  • Help in execution of clubs media credentialing process
  • Represent organization and serve as media contact at various community events and initiatives
  • Help with capturing content for official team channels

Key Competencies and Experience:

  • Students should be in pursuit of Bachelor's degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or a related field
  • Relevant work experience for a professional or Collegiate sports team preferred
  • Demonstrates strong writing and editing abilities
  • Creative team player who works well within a group
  • Positive, versatile, organized individual who can handle several responsibilities at once
  • Embraces the VGK culture and no-ego approach

Schedule Overview:

  • Candidate is expected to work a majority of Vegas Golden Knights home games
  • Candidate is expected to work other events as assigned, including home games for the AHL's Henderson Silver Knights and the IFL's Vegas Night Hawks
  • This is a paid position with part-time hours varying dependent on the team's schedule

Our culture:

  • No ego. There's a "WE", not "me", approach to everything we do
  • Positive energy
  • Relentless work ethic
  • Always advance

To learn more about the game-night staff position with the Vegas Golden Knights, please email Garrett Calloway - gcalloway@vegasgoldennights.com - and include a PDF of your resume.

The VGK organization is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Las Vegas Aces

MEDIA RELATIONS INTERN - (FULL-TIME) PAID POSITION
3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS

Become one of the stars behind the show and become part of the world’s most powerful entertainment brands. Our Company has one exciting mission: To entertain the human race. Media Relations Interns assist the Director of Media Relations in the fulfillment of media relations responsibilities at Las Vegas Aces home games. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and MGM Resorts policies, practices and procedures.

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

The Media Relations Intern assists the Director of Media Relations in the publicizing of the Las Vegas Aces’ on and off-court activities.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Creation of game notes prior to each game
  • Writing, distribution and posting of post-game stories
  • Writing, distribution and posting of preview stories
  • Entering statistical data into excel sheets
  • Writing, distribution and posting of Press Releases
  • Maintaining credential database and distribute credentials
  • Distributing information packets to visiting teams and national broadcasters
  • Set up and over site of press room/press row
  • Creation of postseason guides
  • Updating of team website
  • Facilitating interviews with media
  • Attending media interviews, community events and other Aces' team events

SUPERVISION:

  • N/A

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • At least 1 year of work experience, or its equivalent, in athletics media relations at the collegiate or professional level
  • High School Diploma or equivalent

PREFERRED:

  • Degree or working towards degree in Journalism, Sports Management or a related field.

CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

  • Proof of eligibility to work in the United States

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Ability to communicate in English, in both written and oral forms
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, In Design, Photoshop
  • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor
  • Excellent ability to establish rapport with others and the ability to build strong interpersonal relationships
  • Possess attention to detail, ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information, and establish and maintain an effective professional working relationship with employees
  • Strong organizational skills, time management skills and attention to detail

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Other – Evening and weekend work hours

MGM Resorts International is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Women/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, MGM Resorts International will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

MGM Resorts International believes in providing opportunity for every employee to grow, develop and succeed in a work environment where you can be your best. We encourage you to explore our job opportunities. If you are an individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please contact our Corporate Diversity and Disability Outreach department at 1-844-247-0370 or email diversityrecruiting@mgmresorts.com.

To learn more about the Media Relations Intern position with the Las Vegas Aces, please email Adrienne Markham – amarkham@lasvegasaces.com – and include a PDF of your resume.

The WNBA Aces organization is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Las Vegas Raiders (Fall ONLY) Public Relations Intern

FALL PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN (MUST APPLY DURING THE PREVIOUS SPRING SEMESTER) - PAID POSITION
3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS

Interviews are limited for this home game-day internship role that functions during the regular football season.

Interested applicants are highly encouraged to attend the Las Vegas Raiders' Sports Communications Student Internship PR Seminar - which is held each Spring semester. Email Jade Capristo, Media Relations Coordinator - jcapristo@raiders.com for more information on this event.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Writing, distribution and posting of game stories &Press Releases
  • Tracking statistical game data
  • Maintaining Media credentials
  • Distributing information packets to visiting teams and local & national broadcasters

To learn more about the Public Relations Intern position with the Las Vegas Raiders, please email Jade Capristo, Media Relations Coordinator - jcapristo@raiders.com – and include a PDF of your resume.

The Raiders organization is looking for Fall interns - who must apply during the previous Spring semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

The Vox Agency / Vox Solid Communications

https://www.thevoxagency.com/

PR AND SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN
(2-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 100-150 HOURS, 2 OPENINGS, UNPAID

Start/End: Ongoing   Hours per week: Flexible

Do you read blogs on your iPhone before you’re out of bed? Do you watch television shows and newscasts and imagine yourself working behind the scenes? Are magazines an everyday read and not just for when you’re at the pool? If so, you might be the intern we’re looking for. We are seeking to fill two (2) internship positions. Our agency specializes in public relations, social media, marketing and event planning. We are all former journalists as well so you will learn and understand all sides of PR. You will work directly with the agency’s owners. Accounts will range from hotels to restaurants to attractions. See the inside of newsrooms. Be on location for photo shoots. Brainstorm for campaigns your friends and family will see on TV and read about on Facebook. Watch TV and read magazines, blogs and Twitter, all in the name of research. Qualified applicants must have the drive to learn and improve upon current writing skills; be responsible for being on time to meetings and shoots and most of all, a hard worker ready to learn all things PR and social media.

The internship will be 100-150 hours per semester and unpaid. Up for the challenge? Please email Adrianne Offerman, PR & Research Specialist – adrianne@thevoxagency.com. No phone calls please.

The manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance

https://lvgea.org/

LVGEA - Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS INTERN (PAID)
3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS

Start/End: Ongoing   Hours per week: Flexible

SUMMARY: The Marketing & Communications Intern will gain experience in developing and implementing communications and marketing strategies, social media management, and content writing. This position reports to the Communication & Public Relations Manager, with oversight by the Senior Director of Marketing & Communications. The primary responsibility of the Marketing & Communications Intern is to support the promotion and marketing of all organizational events, programs, and initiatives.

DURATION & COMPENSATION: The internship will run for 15 weeks per semester with a minimum of 150 total hours interned, an average of 10-15 hours per week. Work schedules will be based off the intern’s availability but must be during regular business hours. Interns will have the opportunity to work both inoffice and in a remote capacity as needed. Compensation will be $15 per hour.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Applicants will provide support in the following areas. We understand no single applicant will have all the following skills, but we request applicants have a willingness to expand their skillset:

* Writing & Editing:

  • Assist in planning and writing e-newsletters
  • Conduct interviews to be used in articles and blog posts
  • Write and post blogs on News Center

* Social Media:

  • Draft and post content to social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn
  • Monitor social media engagement and interact with partner agencies
  • Contribute to social media analytics reporting

* Media Relations:

  • Help compile and update media contact lists
  • Assist with press release/media advisory writing, editing, and media outreach o
  • Assist with media interview scheduling and coordination

* Customer Service:

  • Assist with special events, including planning and execution of the event
  • Any other duties as assigned by Communications & Public Relations Coordinator

TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, resume, and writing samples to Carolyn Kresser, Communications & Public Relations Manager, at carolynk@lvgea.org.

The manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

The Love Yourself Foundation

https://www.thelyfoundation.org/

The Love Yourself Foundation

MARKETING INTERN
1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS

The Love Yourself Foundation (LYF) marketing intern will work within our marketing needs of the organization. which can include supporting the podcast and outreach efforts.

Interested students should send a resume/cover letter and request an interview with Monica Garcia, Founder & Director – monica.garcia@thelyfoundation.org – 702-854-0969.

The LYF is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Brooklyn Bowl (Las Vegas)

https://www.brooklynbowl.com/las-vegas

INTERN
1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS

The Brooklyn Bowl (Las Vegas) is seeking interns. Tell us why you want to work at Brooklyn Bowl.

Interested students should send a resume/cover letter to Kirk Reed, Director of Marketing – kirk.reed@brooklynbowl.com.

Brooklyn Bowl (Las Vegas) is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

TriplePoint (The Premier PR & Influencer Marketing Agency in Video Games, Since 2002)

https://www.triplepointpr.com/

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN - PAID HOURLY
3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 150 HOURS

Are you... a media hound who loves to read?

.. someone who plays games or watches others play?
... interested in Public Relations and Media
... a good storyteller and a people person?
... up to date on the latest news and trends?
Then you should join our team!
We're the premier public relations agency specializing in the video game industry. Found it in 2002, we work with some of the top brands known around the world. We're close partners with our clients, providing strategic counsel and executing both consumer and corporate public relations campaigns. We're energetic, smart, fun and looking for colleagues who fit well into our entrepreneurial culture and will work hard to achieve great results for our clients.
You'll gain first-hand PR experience learning how to:
- Conduct media research
- Report media results for client review
- Write creative press releases and blog posts
- Pitch creative stories to journalists
- Build relationships with the media
- Plan and manage events
- Track industry news and trends Brainstorm creative ideas
We are seeking part-time hourly Associates up to 30 hours per week to work remotely from home (bi-weekly meetup in coworking space).

Apply now at triplepointpr.com/careers or send a resume/cover letter to Quinn Wageman, Partner – quinn@triplepointpr.com.

TriplePoint is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

The Mob Museum

MARKETING INTERN
(SUMMER INTERNSHIP, UNPAID)

The Marketing intern is responsible for a wide array of tasks associated with promoting and branding The Mob Museum in an effort to generate awareness in-and out-of-market. The person in this position will play a pivotal role supporting the department and in advancing the public understanding of organized crime’s history and impact on American society. The intern will report to the marketing arm, led by the Senior Director of Marketing and Sales.

Major tasks:

  • Assist Marketing Director with various sales leads and closing of contracts
  • Assist Marketing team in market research and data collection/inputting
  • Participate in writing meeting agendas and recaps
  • Deliver marketing materials to downtown Las Vegas partner locations
  • Assist Marketing team in maintaining department budget
  • Assist Marketing Coordinator in managing the Museum’s charitable giving program
  • Maintain accurate assets for Museum brokers partners and press kit
  • Maintain database record for Museum concierge program
  • Assist Marketing Coordinator in internal communication initiatives for the Museum
  • Assist in updating online tourism listings, Museum website, broker websites and social media channels with current museum information
  • Assist in coordination of on-premise events, ensuring accurate execution of comprehensive brand activations to maximize impact of new and existing sponsors, including but not limited to advertising creative and placement, internet marketing, social media execution, sweepstakes, etc.
  • Support account management, project management and outside agencies
  • Work with Museum PR team on filming, when needed.
  • Miscellaneous administrative tasks as set forth by supervisors, including but not limited to: answering phones, schedule meetings, note taking, maintain current client database, maintaining files and SharePoint, completion of basic reporting, etc.

Experience:

  • Enrolled at least part time in a college/university
  • Excellent verbal and written skills.
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strives to be thorough and accurate
  • The ability to think quickly and respond to customer inquiries in a courteous, helpful and timely manner
  • Possesses a problem-solving attitude, with the desire to assist Museum guests and coworkers with questions and issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and judgment. High integrity and ethical character.

Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Mikayla Jones, Communications Manager for Marketingmjones@themobmuseum.org

The general manager is actively looking for interns. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

CSN Social Media Intern

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 10 (approx.)

We are looking for a student to assist with CSN's Social Media management and would need to have some consistency & agency in this position. The ideal candidate will be organized and ready to learn about CSN's online environment - in effort to employ industry-standard best practices regarding online updates and improvements, that are marketable and engaging to our target student-audience.

Please send a letter of interest and your resume to Chrissy Weems, M.Ed., Academic Technology – chrissy.weems@csn.edu – 702-651-5666.

Bell & Ivy

bellivy.com

(8 WEEKS, HOURS TBD, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible   Hours per week: Flexible

Our digital marketing firm is looking for a Social Media Intern to join our growing team. The ideal applicant will possess strong knowledge of the digital media landscape, including various social media sites. The successful candidate will be responsible for contributing to website redesign projects, monitoring and posting on blogs and social networks, engaging in online forums, participating in online outreach and promotion, optimizing our website, conducting social research and keyword analysis. Those looking to gain valuable online media experience with an established organization are encouraged to apply.

Interested students should email a resume and cover letter to Kayse Cadena, Marketing Manager, at Contact Us

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN
(8-16 WEEKS, HOURS TBD, UNPAID)

Make a difference for children and families affected by childhood cancer while developing valuable work skills. Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation is seeking a Social Media Intern. Our intern will work collaboratively and independently on social media projects including monitoring channels and creating content, marketing, fundraising, and community outreach. The position is a volunteer internship with a flexible schedule between 7-15 hours weekly.

See the flyer.

Interested student should send a resume and cover letter to Laurie Gillman, Volunteer Program Manager, at Contact Us

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

The Mob Museum

NEW MEDIA INTERN
(SUMMER INTERNSHIP, UNPAID)

Start: immediately Hours per week: TBD

The role of this intern will be to create a plan and establish consistent presence for The Mob Museum on various “new” social media platforms, including Snapchat and Instagram Stories. Using the Museum’s brand standards and appropriate Museum voice, the intern will report to the digital arm of The Mob Museum’s marketing team, led by the Senior Director of Marketing and Sales.

Major tasks:

  • Develop new ways of communicating to Museum audiences across various channels.
  • Create a 3, 6 and 12-month plan for The Mob Museum’s presence on new social media platforms, including Snapchat and Instagram Stories.
  • Monitor the social media industry for the “next” big platform, upcoming trends, tactics to avoid, tactics to adopt and more.
  • Work with the Museum’s graphic designer when needed to establish the necessary graphics.
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress of the new initiatives across platforms and report to the marketing team on improvements or changes to be made.
  • Keep the Museum’s overall marketing strategy in mind with new initiatives so as to keep the Museum’s messages consistent.
  • Propose new social media opportunities to the marketing team, with strategic plans as to how those opportunities apply to and benefit the Museum
  • Possess a strong understanding of the Museum’s brand and presence across all print, web and social media platforms

Experience:

  • Some experience in managing a professional voice on social media required.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills.
  • Intermediate skills in the Adobe suite for graphic design needs.
  • Ability to think quickly and creatively in order to deliver a message, along with fun social content.
  • Keen eye for photography or creative visual tactics.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and judgment. High integrity and ethical character.

SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST INTERN
(SUMMER INTERNSHIP, UNPAID)

Start: immediately       Hours per week: TBD

The role of this intern will be to manage The Mob Museum’s engagement with various social communities. Across various social platforms, The Mob Museum has a strong presence. The social engagement specialist intern will monitor these presences for community comments, questions and historical inquiries and respond to them after consulting with the Museum’s content and marketing teams. One of the most important aspects of a brand’s social media presence is its ability to engage with its audience on a regular basis—this role will be responsible for continuing that engagement.

Major tasks:

  • Monitor the Museum’s social channels for historical questions, offers for artifact donations, guest concerns and more.
  • Respond to all inquiries in a professional, appropriate manner—however, some inquiries warrant a witty, clever response (capiche?)
  • Work directly with the Museum’s digital marketing team to draft responses, and also work with the Museum’s content team when history-related questions arise to confirm historical accuracy.
  • Propose new social media opportunities to the marketing team, with strategic plans as to how those opportunities apply to and benefit the Museum.
  • Expand and develop the Museum’s Pinterest presence to engage vacationers and potential travelers.
  • Handle community building across the Museum’s social media platforms (searching relevant hashtags and engaging when appropriate)
  • Work with the Museum’s web developer and digital marketing manager on link building campaigns to improve SEO
  • Possess a strong understanding of the Museum’s brand and presence across all print, web and social media platforms

Experience:

  • Some experience in managing a professional voice on social media required.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills.
  • The ability to think quickly and respond to customer inquiries in a courteous, helpful and timely manner
  • Possess a problem-solving attitude, with the desire to assist Museum guests and coworkers with questions and issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and judgment. High integrity and ethical character.

Interested students should send a resume and cover letter.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

Choose your own Ad-Venture

NEW MEDIA INTERN

We may not be a wicked large company, but this is no grunt work internship either. Our agency was born in Las Vegas over 50 years ago and our reference-reach is deeply rooted in about every industry in Clark County.

If selected for this unique opportunity, you will be able to choose from a multitude of campaign types, styles, and media. These can be as simple as running social media-only campaigns, or assisting in the full planning, production, and results of a multi-media campaign. Our campaigns run the gamut: social, digital, programmatic, email, podcast production, radio shows, video production, TV commercials and interviews, billboards, print ads, press releases, and mobile apps. Literally, choose your own AD-Venture.

With such a broad offering, my goal is to advise you in the areas you’d like to focus on and will actually help you in your educational path and future career by offering virtual-hands-on training, access to programs and platforms, introductions to industry reps, a work reference, and some cash too.

Make no mistake, there will be actual work –but never fear, your actual work will offer some actual pay. If selected, a tiered bonus based on ad engagement and conversion will be written into your offer.

Terms

· Positions available: 1

· Duration: 16 Weeks

· Pay: Bonuses based on campaign results

· Working Conditions: Remote deadline-based work. Possibly a few meetings for some projects including media reps, TV shoots, product meetings, and interviews.

· Technology, platforms, and software available to learn about and/or access are: Intermedia, Squarespace, IXN Tech, Hootsuite, Airtable, Adobe Creative Suite, Waymark, Google Business,/work space, YouTube, Constant Contact, Anchor.FM, Verizon MDM, Apple and Google Play app dev, and more..

To apply, contact Desiree Bayne at dbayne@carothersinscom. This internship is actively looking for interns for the upcoming semester. This internship is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry the internship coordinator.

CSN Communication Lab

TUTOR INTERN

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, 3 OPENINGS, UNPAID)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 10 (approx.)

The Coordinator of CSN’s Communication Labs is seeking up to 3 interns per semester to train as tutors in the West Charleston lab. The COM labs are designed to provide students with assistance during any stage of the speechmaking process. Tutors/interns will help students with:

  • selecting the perfect topic
  • creating an organized outline and speaker's notes
  • gathering supporting material
  • creating exciting introductions and effective conclusions
  • creating presentation aids
  • improving student’s physical and vocal delivery
  • and more…

Interns will learn effective tutoring methods, customer service skills, and appropriate content delivery. They will be required to be present in the West Charleston lab for approximately 10 hours/week. Included in those hours will be:

  • one-on-one training (either with the Coordinator or one of our tutor/mentors)
  • actual tutoring time with students (monitored)
  • special projects as determined by the Coordinator
  • observation of individual COM 101 classes
  • classroom visits to inform students about the labs
  • possible CRLA certification through Tutorial Services (when available)
  • weekly written review and reflection paper

This is an unpaid position; however, after the successful completion of the internship, the possibility exists that the student may be offered part-time employment in the COM lab. This internship will be of great benefit to COM majors who wish to continue their studies and eventually teach Communication or enter any field where they may be required to train others. Students who apply for this internship should have received a B+ grade or better in COM 101 (Oral Communication), COM 101G (Oral Communication-Honors), or COM 203 (Advanced Public Speaking). Interested students should contact the COM department at 702-651-5051 for more information.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

CSN Computer Labs

TUTOR INTERN

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 10 (approx.)

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Interested students should apply here: tinyurl.com/CSN-computer-lab.

The general manager is actively looking for interns for the current semester. If you do not hear back promptly from this internship contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

CSN Business Analyst Intern

PAID INTERNSHIP$15-18/hour

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: 10 (approx.)

The ideal candidate will be organized and ready to learn. We are seeking a motivated business analyst intern ready to apply knowledge of business practices and processes in a fast-paced, real-world environment. The intern will assist in writing reports, conducting research, analyzing data, and making recommendations to improve effectiveness and efficiency. This will be a valuable experience for any student pursuing a career in business administration. The pay rate is $15-18/hour; the position length is 3-4 months.

Please send a letter of interest and your resume to Chrissy Weems, M.Ed., Academic Technology – chrissy.weems@csn.edu – 702-651-5666.

KBLR - Telemundo / NBC Universal

TV NEWS INTERN - PAID

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, MUST APPLY FOR A LISTED AVAILABLE OPENING)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: Variable

Students who wish to intern locally (or nationally) with Telemundo must apply nationally, through the NBC Universal Careers website - which lists various open internship positions nationwide.  Scroll down through the "Open Positions" list of internships, after going to the following webpage to apply:

https://www.nbcunicareers.com/internships

Telemundo / NBC Universal interns will:

  • Shadow TV News employees / Journalists (Reporters, Photographers, News Anchors & Editors)
  • Be trained to perform various job tasks throughout the newsroom, such as:  Assignment Editing; Associate Producing; Editing; Line Producing, etc.
  • Be assigned to complete various newsroom assignments, including:  Monitoring Breaking News; Writing News Stories, "Boothing" Live Newscasts, etc.

This is a paid internship position; however, after the successful completion of the internship, the possibility exists that the student may be offered part-time employment.

Send all local inquiries to The NEWSDESK: telemundolvnews@telemundo.com

If you are looking for an internship for the current semester and do not hear back promptly from this internship, contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.

KINC - Univision Las Vegas

TV NEWS INTERN

(1-3 CREDIT INTERNSHIP, 50-150 HOURS, MUST APPLY WITH GENERAL MANAGER, VIA EMAIL)

Start/End Dates: Flexible     Hours per week: Variable

Students who wish to apply for an internship with Univision Las Vegas must seek application information by contacting the station's General Manager, after calling (702) 434-0015 to request the current email contact.

Univision Las Vegas interns will:

  • Shadow TV News employees / Journalists (Reporters, Photographers, News Anchors & Editors)
  • Be trained to perform various job tasks throughout the newsroom, such as:  Assignment Editing; Associate Producing; Editing; Line Producing, etc.
  • Be assigned to complete various newsroom assignments, including:  Monitoring Breaking News; Writing News Stories, "Boothing" Live Newscasts, etc.

After the successful completion of the internship, the possibility exists that the student may be offered part-time employment.

Send all other inquiries to: noticiasnevada@entravision.com.

If you are looking for an internship for the current semester and do not hear back promptly from this internship, contact Dr. Eunette Gentry, internship coordinator.