Posted by: Rebecca Hewitt - firstname.lastname@example.org North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church -Spring 2018 Intern Scope of Work The North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church seeks a nonprofit communications intern to work with their online communications team. The intern will report directly to CCPA adjunct professor, Matt Jacobs. The intern will also collaborate with members of the NTCUMC communications team. Key Interests: Strategic communications; online engagement; audience conversion; content management; copy creation The NTCUMC intern will assist in completing the following strategic objectives: Developing online, social media marketing plans for faith-centric nonprofit Creating conversion strategies for constituent following, retention and engagement Management of online content calendars for social media spaces Copy creation that aligns with organizational branding and communications goals Specialized conference communications planning for communications team Intern Learning Objectives: Building online strategies from established audience profiles for North Texas area Deeper understanding of conversion strategies that brings virtual consumers to local churches Editing and maintaining content calendars for multiple social sites through the NTCUMC voice and audience interests Writing and editing content in the brand’s voice Unique insight into conference communications planning (opportunity for intern to help facilitate conference communications during 2018 Annual Conference if available) Weekly Commitment: 5-7 hours. Please send resume and completed coursework/grades, and one reference to email@example.com for consideration.
Dr. Stephanie A. “Sam” Martin engaged questions about how the media and public have responded to the 2016 presidential election in a recent lecture at the John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies. Dr. Martin, assistant professor of corporate communication and public affairs (CCPA) at SMU, opened the Nov. 16 speech with a simple question to the packed room. “How are you doing?”
Dr. LaShonda L. Eaddy’s job description, “assistant professor of public relations and strategic communication,” is all too humble. She is an expert in crisis communication, a specialty evolved from her passion for public relations.
As 2017 draws to a quick close and 2018 brings new hopes and promise to our CCPA family, here’s wishing everyone the most joyous of holiday seasons. Wherever you are and however you celebrate, thank you for being a part of CCPA, and thank you for staying in touch. We love hearing from you! With a nod to a classic carol, here’s a fun CCPA review of 2017 with warm wishes to all:
7-Eleven Corporate Communications Spring 2018 Internship Deadline for submission extension: Friday, January 5th, at 5:00pm Overview: Eleven, Inc., the world’s largest convenience retailer, is looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious public relations/communications junior or senior to assist with internal, external and Franchisee communications at their corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas. Applicants can expect to acquire competitive skills while learning how communications fits into a global corporation. The team is looking for a detail-oriented, self-starting, creative thinker who exhibits excellent time management.