Campuspeak Internships Notice
The application deadline for our spring internships is quickly approaching and we know you have amazing students who would benefit from working in our office. Please forward this announcement to any students who meet the following criteria: a self-starting attitude; good writing skills; a proven ability to problem-solve; a friendly, outgoing personality; and a willingness to work in a team environment while being able to work independently on projects. These internships are excellent opportunities for students seeking practical experience in marketing, public relations, event planning, and business.
We're Currently Seeking Collegiate Interns! We are seeking enthusiastic interns for meaningful and challenging assignments in our national office in Denver, Colorado. All internships are full-time, 40 hours per week. Internships are open to undergraduates, recent graduates, and grad students. We offer a stipend of $175 per week, paid biweekly, plus lodging in a furnished townhouse. Interns may, if they choose, receive their stipend in the form of a scholarship.
We hire interns for a six month assignment, twice a year. We are flexible on the number of weeks for an internship. All interns must have their own vehicle and will be responsible for their own utilities, meals, insurance (health and automobile), taxes, and expenses related to travel to Colorado, etc.
The company will cooperate with interns seeking academic credit from their institutions or for those students taking Internet-based courses during non-working hours. Some internships may include travel on behalf of the company. Because we are a small, energetic, progressive company, our interns have meaningful work and gain a great deal of practical experience.
All interns take part in professional development activities, and we invest in career development coaching for all of our interns. Several interns have moved into full-time salaried positions with our company (although we cannot guarantee position availability). We pride ourselves on creating a fun, supportive environment, and you'll love working here!
Fraternity/sorority or other student organizational experience is strongly preferred, but any applicant with a go-getter attitude will be considered a great candidate. All interns will help with some basic office duties, such as preparing for conferences, assisting our customers and speakers, answering phones, etc. Additional duties specific to the internships are detailed below:
The following internships are currently available: Marketing & Communications Intern (January – June 2007) Spring 2007: Applications must be received by Oct 13, 2006 Duties will include (but not be limited to): web site maintenance and enhancement; development of speaker marketing materials and marketing plans; assistance with press relations; marketing analysis; and other special project work. Knowledge of Apple systems and programs (Contribute, InDesign, Dreamweaver, etc.) is preferred, but not required.
Lectures Intern (January – June 2007) Spring 2007: Applications must be received by Oct 13, 2006 Duties will include (but not be limited to): logistical planning for speaker visits; collection of promotional materials and feedback for speakers; coordinating mailings and certain marketing efforts; constant interaction with campus-based professionals to ensure success of speaker visits; management of the contracting process; responding to informational requests; general office assistance; assisting in the recruitment process for new speakers; and numerous special projects. These positions are our front-line customer service positions, and therefore a friendly attitude and excellent communication skills are the primary requirement.
Conferences Intern (January – early August 2007) This intern will work primarily with our Recruitment Boot Camp program. Past attendance at RBC is a plus. Spring 2007: Applications must be received by Oct 13, 2006 Duties will include (but not be limited to): assisting the division's coordinator with facilitator training; assisting campuses hosting CAMPUSPEAK programs; development of program manuals and materials; logistical planning for Recruitment Boot Camp 2007; some coordination of National Hazing Prevention Week 2007. The perfect candidate for this position will have demonstrated experience in planning events and will possess a strong command of details and time management. Strong communication skills is a must for this position.
If you have questions about the internships, please contact Tracy Maxwell, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications for internships should reflect the creativity and personality of the candidate! We appreciate those candidates that make a special effort to set themselves apart.
All applicants must send a resume, letter of interest, at least one letter of recommendation, work samples (optional), and a 300-word essay on "Three Important Issues Facing College Students Today." A photo is not required, but helpful in identifying candidate applications. Send all materials to: Tracy Maxwell Executive Director CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. 14001 E. Iliff Ave., Suite 402 Aurora, CO 80014 No applications will be accepted by fax. Applications which do not include the items requested above will be discarded. No materials will be returned, so please do not send originals of any work samples or photos. Tracy Maxwell Executive Director CAMPUSPEAK 14001 E. Iliff Ave. #402 Aurora, CO 80014 303-745-5545 ph. 303-745-5569 fax NATIONAL HAZING PREVENTION WEEK September 25-29, 2006 For More Information, go to www.NHPW.com