The Fig Tree
Spokane based publication
The Fig Tree publication is looking for multiple interns for Spring term 2019. See details for the following positions are on handshake.
Promotional Video Editor
Ad sales & marketing,
non profit major funding development
website and online media development
Read more about the fig tree organization in the Fig Tree Brochure.
World Relief Spokane benefits from the hard work of dedicated interns who are equally rewarded with rich, cross-cultural experiences serving refugees with us. . We offer a variety of opportunities in different departments. We are especially looking for students interested in working in our Church and Community Engagement Department (CCE), with our Media, and our Event Planner. During this time there will be a World Relief speaking engagement at the library (following the photography display from December & January), a cooking class fundraiser at 2nd Harvest, an ILS fundraiser in April, a potential benefit concert, the Bloomsday tradeshow, and all the prep work for the SeaTriKan (a biking fund raiser). It would be great to have someone who would be interested in helping with all that goes along with these events & fundraisers.
As always, we are happy to accept applications for those interested in learning more about resettlement and getting hands on interaction with the refugee population we serve, however there are not many current openings for those. If you have additional questions, please contact World Relief.
Applications are due by November 30, 2019
For more information click https://worldreliefspokane.org/internships
Saint George’s School
Spring 2019 Internship Proposal
Communications department students are welcome to apply for an unpaid marketing and communications internship at Saint George’s School.
This office (only 5 minutes drive from Whitworth) deals with internal communications and external marketing, so there are a wide variety of projects and tasks that interns can do here. It’s a good way to put the theory you are learning in the classroom into action. You also end up with some nice pieces of writing and publication samples to add to your portfolio. And you can earn up to three academic credits.
For more information click here SGS Internship Proposal Spring 2019 updated
To apply for an internship, students need to email the following items to John Carter (email@example.com):
- A current resume;
- A short letter describing why they would like to pursue this internship;
- A sample of their writing (feature or news writing is best) or a publication/website they’ve designed (PDF).
- A reference that Mr. Carter can contact — a professor or manager who knows them in a classroom or work environment.
There are several internships available during Jan Term and Spring Semester. To apply for one of these, he will need the above items no later than 5pm on Friday, November 30. Then he’ll be in touch to set up an interview with them that week. Students should identify whether they would like to split the internship between Jan Term and Spring or just do it during Spring Semester.
graphic design, communications, marketing, business, and computer science.
We desire students who would be interested in helping us out with design and marketing related projects, on an ad-hoc basis or possibly as an unpaid internship.
Some of the design and marketing needs we have include designing a new logo for our premier fundraising event, the Daddy Daughter Damsel Dance that draws 1000+ guests , logo creation and design for our new Mom and Son event, multiple registration forms, a new website, marketing for events, quarterly flyers, social media, and more.
NOTE: Candidates can decide to work on one project, multiple projects, or all projects.
Their website is: http://meadeducationfoundation.org/