The Noticias WUFT news team has won first place in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2015 Sunshine State Awards, in the Spanish language category “Best Student Work – Audiovisual.” Many students’ work was involved, but the winning program was co-anchored by Andrea Terrasa and April Lanuza, and copy edited by Mariana DeMaio, graduate student advisor. Thanks to SPJ and NAHJ’s efforts, there is now an appropriate Spanish-language category under which Noticias WUFT and other programs like it can compete. Awards will be formally announced on Aug. 15 in Miami, a joint ceremony sponsored by SPJ’s Florida chapter and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ South Florida Chapter.
Want to talk sports and learn about sports media careers? This one-hour course provides discussion, study and informative analyses of sports professions relative to opportunities, responsibilities and current issues involving sports media professionals. Topics include how to get involved in and distinctions among careers in sports media, including sports journalism and production and sports communications. We’ll talk about values and ethics, sports and data, social media and current issues in sports. Guest speakers include sports professionals from the major sports networks, news media, and sports teams such as the Boston Celtics, Tampa Bay Rays, Miami Dolphins, San Diego Padres and Orlando Magic.
Sign up for RTV 4930 Section 215H. It meets Tuesday period 6.
A research center in the College of Engineering is looking for a talented student or graduate to assist with video production on various projects. The Hinkley Center is a state-wide center that sponsors research for sustainable methods in the solid waste field. Each year, we fund several professors (UF, UCF, FSU, UM, FAU, FIU, USF, FAMU, etc.) to work on in-depth research projects.
We are looking for a student who has experience planning, shooting and editing high-quality videos. You will have access to Adobe Suite, as well as video equipment for use. We want someone creative who can visualize the best way to convey the research that’s happening.
Our Center is located on campus, and we are very flexible with scheduling; this is perfect for anyone looking to add to his/her portfolio! Interest in environmental issues is plus, but not necessary. Your work will be distributed to areas such as the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, county officials in Florida and more.
Internship credit or stipend may be available depending on experience.
Example of work to be completed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vKENyOWm6M
Please send resume and samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships are offered in all museum departments with the goal of providing professional experience and growth opportunities. With guidance from museum professionals, interns gain practical experience by working on projects and programs. In addition, the museum benefits from the contributions made by interns. Past interns have gone on to other internships or careers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum, among others. Internships require participants to complete a specific number of hours per week. During these hours, interns complete the objectives of specific target projects and daily departmental assignments. Harn Museum internships are available on an ongoing basis with three yearly application deadlines and selection periods.
Deadline for Applications
Fall term internships due June 1.
Marketing + Public Relations
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The O2 Media (Brandstar) paid Internship Program is open to qualified college and university students who are seeking a career path in advertising, marketing, television production, or digital media. This paid intern program will guide students through the path of how a company creates brand awareness to their intended consumer through branded content creation and targeted media placement. Interns will gain hands on experience in the following departments: Programming, Creative Services, Brand Services, Marketing, and Television Production. Hands on experiences will include, research, creative development, social media, television production, press release and copy writing, and provide support to in-studio and location television productions. This program will provide an in-depth experience of the inner working of our award winning, national television programs and all agency initiatives.
The first 1,000 students (University-wide) can license the software for $113, which 53% off the current student cost and 81% discount from the professional cost.
For more details and information on how to order: http://helpdesk.ufl.edu/software-services/adobe/.
The Harn Museum in Gainesville has summer internship openings in their Development Department. Descriptions of the internship openings are below. If interested, please contact Layne Thue-Bludworth.
Harn 25th Anniversary Book
A UF student studying non-profit, event planning, or graphic design will assist the Director of Development and Annual Giving Coordinator by creating a book commemorating the Harn’s 25th Anniversary. The book will need to be completed and printed before September of 2015.
Harn 25th Anniversary Communications
A UF student studying marketing and public relations with interests in non- profit and/or event planning work will assist the Director of Development and Annual Giving Coordinator by organizing and coordinating communications pertaining to the Harn’s 25th Anniversary. The intern will also work closely with the Marketing and PR Director and her staff to promote the event, along with other offices on and off campus.
Event Planning for Harn 25th Anniversary
A UF student studying Event Planning will provide support in assisting the Director of Development and the Annual Giving Coordinator to aid in the planning, organizing, and execution of the 25th Anniversary event that will take place in the Fall of 2015.
Evolve Media, based in New York, is a publisher of leading enthusiast destinations for men and women, including Crave and Totally Her, reaching more than 95 million people globally each month. They are recruiting summer interns for sales, marketing and media planning positions.
Evolve Media’s Chief Revenue Officer, Geoff Schiller, is CJC alumnus and would love to have fellow Gators participate in this program. If you’re interested, please contact Geoff at email@example.com. But hurry, they are finalizing the program very soon.
Congratulations to the Noticias WUFT news team! The team won first place in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2015 Sunshine State Awards, in the category “Mejor Trabajo Estudiantil- Mención Audiovisual” (Best Student Work – Audiovisual Mention). Many students’ work was involved, but the winningprogram was co-anchored by Andrea Terrasa and April Lanuza, and copy edited by Mariana DeMaio, graduate student advisor.
Our Noticias WUFT students have worked long and hard for this prestigious, professional recognition. (Thanks to SPJ and NAHJ’s efforts, there is now an appropriate Spanish-language category under which Noticias and other programs like it can compete.) Awards will be formally announced on Aug. 15 in Miami (a joint ceremony sponsored by SPJ’s Florida chapter and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ South Florida Chapter).