Lockheed Martin Hiring High-Potential Students
Lockheed Martin is seeking applicants for its Communications Leadership Development Program (CLDP), an intensive two-year rotational program that introduces participants to Corporate Communications at the world’s leading aerospace and technology provider. Upon successfully completing CLDP, participants move to permanent positions within Lockheed Martin.
The program is highly competitive, and we are looking for students from UF with outstanding technical skills, leadership abilities and practical communications experience. Students can learn more about the program here and apply for the opportunity here by searching CLDP. Applications are due Oct. 14, 2016.
Additionally, we will be available to meet with interested students on Wednesday, September 14th, from 3-5pm in Weimer 2066.
For questions, please contact Kaitlyn Arena at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Florida chapter of the National Broadcasting Society provides students with opportunities to prepare for a career in the broadcast, production, or management fields. Make friends, learn about the business, and get vital job tips.
Come out to our 1st General Body Meeting and learn about all of the amazing opportunities we have lined up for the year!
Date: Tuesday, September 13th
Location: Gannett auditorium aka Weimer Hall 1064
- News Test Workshops
- 2017 Conference in NYC
- Community Service!
Join the Florida Magazine Student Association for their next meeting!
Date: September 13
Location: Weimer Hall 1070
Benefits of joining include:
- Skype with magazine editors and writers
- Network with industry professionals
- Tour magazine offices in New York City such as Cosmopolitan, Seventeen and Men’s Health
Looking for public relations and marketing experience?
Apply for Alpha PRoductions!
Alpha PRoductions is a student-run public relations firm. We are dedicated to bringing innovation, quality and results to our clients. We are currently hiring account associates- no experience required. Check out the link below for more information and for application instructions.
The Gator Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists will be having our FIRST general body meeting of the Fall semester on Wednesday, September 14 at 6:20 pm in Weimer Hall room 3032!
We will be talking about our plans for the semester, our online magazine, and we will be introducing our E-Board!
For more information, please follow us at https://nabjgators.wordpress.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/ufnabj/
MAIP allows students to work at prestigious advertising agencies on various accounts, interact with advertising professionals on a day-to-day basis, and gain valuable professional credentials.
By combining real-world work experience, training and development, and networking opportunities within the industry, MAIP participants gain a valuable professional credential to better position themselves in the marketplace. Simultaneously, the program offers advertising agencies the opportunity to access top talent and strengthens the 4A’s efforts to enhance the workforce diversity of our industry.
In addition to a full-time paid internship, MAIP fellows participate in a series of agency sponsored professional development workshops and seminars, which provide a deeper dive into the various advertising and media disciplines. The workshops also grant fellows the opportunity to learn more about the host agency’s culture through networking with agency professionals post-workshop and agency tours. MAIP fellows residing in the larger markets will attend these workshops. Those residing in smaller markets will have the opportunity to participate in alternative networking events orchestrated by MAIP alumni and agency partners
Students selected for the annual 22 week fellowship program (12 weeks of virtual online training and a 10 week agency internship experience) will hone their skills in one of the following advertising disciplines:
- Account Management
- Art Direction
- Community Management
- Digital/Interactive Design
- Media Buying
- Media Planning
- Production Project Management
- Public Relations
- Strategic/Account Planning
Application Deadline: October 14,2016
Eligibility and Application Details: http://maip.aaaa.org/students/
The Journalism and Communications Ambassadors (JCA) will hold an info session on September 6th at 7:30 p.m., in the Aha! Lab. Immediately after the info session, applications will go live.
FBLA-PBL is an organization that is there for YOU. Here at the Tau Pi PBL chapter at UF, we strive to promote career related opportunities and build a community of leaders – all while giving back to UF and the local community. Each meeting, we aim to bring in a local company to not only educate students on their story and company, but to give our students that edge and the necessary networking that is needed to succeed in the workforce. We also have over 50 competitive events to choose from that can fit for any major wanting to practice their skills on a state and national level. Our promise to our students is that no time will be a waste and FBLA-PBL will always be your home away from home.
Summer Internships with The Seattle Times
Next summer, you could be paid to train in your chosen profession at the Northwest’s leading news media organization. Every year, The Seattle Times and seattletimes.com offer paid summer internships to outstanding students pursuing a journalism career.
For 10 weeks, interns attend weekly training sessions with members of The Seattle Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning staff and work on a variety of assignments adding up to invaluable experience at a quality metropolitan newspaper and website.
Application Details: Summer Internship Flyer 2017 Internships
Deadline: November 15th
The Hispanic Communicators Association will have its first general body meeting Tuesday Sept. 6 at 5:30 pm. The meeting will be held in room 3032 Weimer hall. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet this year’s executive board members. We will have free food and a special guest speaker. We will also show what’s in store for us this school year.
The Hispanic Communicators Association carters to Hispanic students in the College of Journalism and Communications and anyone interested in the Hispanic community or just communications.
Date: Tuesday, September 6th
Location: 3032 Weimer Hall