Summer Internships

Patria Press

Florrie Kichler
P. O. Box 752
Carmel, IN 46082

  • two or three screened applicants for a marketing/market research internship by January or February 2006
  • e-mail a resume and writing sample

Saturday Evening Post
Mr. Ted Kreiter
1100 Waterway Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

  • two or three screened applicants for an editorial and/or graphic arts internship by November 2005
  • mail a resume and writing samples, with tear sheets where applicable

Lake Magazine
Pat Colander
701 State St.
Laporte, IN 46350

  • screened applicants for an internship that might involve writing, graphic design, customer service/sales, Web areas, and Quark XPress by January or February 2006
  • send resumes and writing samples

Indianapolis Woman
Shari Finnell
Editor in Chief
Weiss Communications
6610 N. Shadeland
Indianapolis, IN 46220

  • two or three screened applicants for a writing/editing internship by January or February 2006

E-mail a resume and writing samples to

Carlyn Davis Casting
207 Park Ave., Suite B6 - Falls Church, VA 22046

  • summer and fall internships
  • Feature Films, Video, TV, Radio and Print. Work with C.S.A. members behind the camera. Interns help run casting sessions, schedule auditions, interface with clients, etc. Details at details Their is no other casting internship more
  • educational and informative with hands on experience than this one.

Institute for Humane Studies
Keri Anderson, Student Coordinator

  • Film & Fiction Scholarships
provide up to $10,000 for full time students who will be pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts who demonstrate an interest and understanding in the classical liberal tradition and have creative ability.

Deadline is January 15. Complete application online.

  • Journalism Internships

Summer internships, real-life experience in a professional newsroom this summer,
paid internships for reporters; receive valuable feedback and mentoring; internships include 9 week internship with a Freedom Communications, Inc., newspaper, $1,500 stipend, housing allowance, and travel assistance; opening seminar; introduces interns to valuable tools of analysis; Career development workshop

Application Deadline: January 30

Indiana Black Expo, Inc.
Quiana Graham, Program Coordinator
Youth & Family Programs Department
3145 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 925-2702 x 13

Assistant Event Coordinator: Special events department for non-profit Social Service; event planning, hospitality or other related major; IBE Headquarters and Indiana Convention Center & RCA Dome, $9 per hour
Please send all resumes to
Assistant Event Coordinator

Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly
Christine Bertrand
355 N. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60607

Internship, work study, or volunteer to participate in outreach programs, help with administrative tasks, excellent training and experience in the field of aging, stipend of $600 per month

The Amani Children's Foundation
Suite 107
3288 Robinhood Rd.
Winston Salem, NC 27106

Amani projects include the release of "Songs of the Spirit," choral music from Saint Mary's and Notre Dame choirs; non-profit work benefits abandoned children in Kenya

Classic Communications, Inc.
245B Bell Road
Niles, MI 49120

  • Public Relations, Marketing and Communications internships.
  • Career-oriented sophomore, juniors or 1st semester seniors. Communications, Marketing degree candidate a plus. PRSSA member also a plus. 15-20 hours during school year, 30 to 40 hours during summer . Assist in project management, production of print and PR, traffic and customer service. Excellent computer skills a must —Mac network. Successful candidate must have excellent phone and people skills, experience with Adobe Creative Suite, Office for Mac, webpage updating ability, and the ability to maintain and create databases.

Send resume to P.O. Box 84, Niles, MI 49120; or e-mail it to

Priority Films
150 West End Ave. Suite 27H
New York City, NY 10023
(212) 724-3254

  • New York City based film production company takes highly motivated summer interns to work on an ambitious international Human Rights Campaign to end child sexploitation and raise global awareness.
  • Opportunity to work in various aspects of the film release as well as events/screenings/premiers; projects include Film-related work, Public Relations/Event-Planning, Human Rights advocacy, Legal Research, Faith-Based advocacy, Journalism, Graphic and Web Design, Project Management, etc.

Internships are unpaid, but academic credit may be arranged. Contact Sara Preziosi at if interested.

Ruder Finn, Inc.
Ms. Ellen Schaplowsky
Executive Vice President
Director of Training
301 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

  • The Executive Training Program is for college graduates interested in exploring a career in public relations. Many have little to no prior experience in the field. Executive Trainees work full time, 35 hours per week, and attend weekly classes.
  • Executive Trainee applicants must have graduated from college at the time the session for which they are applying begins.
  • Application requires a Resume, Three (3) writing tests, One personal writing sample, no longer than five pages, that exemplifies your best writing and is appropriate for business, An official college transcript if already graduated, or, an unofficial college transcript if still matriculating, Two signed letters of recommendation

Application Deadline - in our hands by February 16, 2007 for Summer Session June – October.

Random House Publishing
New York, NY

  • All positions are for work to be done in New York City.
  • Qualified candidates should be juniors entering their senior year of college. Must have outstanding communication abilities, experience working effectively in teams and the flexibility to work on multiple projects concurrently. Prior internship/office experience a plus. Must have a strong interest in book publishing. This is a paid internship. The deadline for application to the Internship Program is March.

Resumes are to be submitted to the Center for Career Opportunities, Saint Mary’s College in early February, who will refer them to Random House. Send via e-mail to Jolanta Szumial, Career Services Secretary ( ).

Lake Michigan Shore Magazine
1111 Glendale Blvd.
Valparaiso, IN 46383

Contact: Debbie Riley, Editorial Department

Dow AgroSciences
M. Paige Oliver
Beth Blakeslee
Dow AgroSciences
9330 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Marketing and communication internships.

Lilly Corporate Center
Raven M. Buchanan
Manager, LRL Innovation Recruiting
U.S. Recruiting & Staffing
Lilly Corporate Center
Indianapolis, IN 46285

Julie B. Dewitt
Manager, Business Recruiting
U.S. Recruiting & Staffing
Lilly Corporate Center
Indianapolis, IN 46285

Kimberly Sykes
Manager, Human Resources
U.S. Recruiting & Staffing
Lilly Corporate Center
Indianapolis, IN 46285

Indy Parks Marketing and Communications
Kristen Weaver
City County Building
200 Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN