This Is Laramie – Immediate Internship Opening

This is Laramie Internship

About:

This is Laramie is a news media page located on Facebook. Our expert staff provide media and community relations, photography, videography, website and social media services to the Laramie community.

About the internship:

The This is Laramie intern is assigned a variety of public relations tasks and programs. These will include social gatherings, special events, concerts and any feature releases within Laramie. Brief news reports, with photos, will be required for every event attended.

Basic video capture and editing will part of this internship, with full training given.

The intern will learn the basic skills of public relations working with This is Laramie professionals; the intern will be required to have good working relationships with their professional and personal contacts, which will included program directors, local businesses, This is Laramie staff, and other interns.

Learning good communication skills will be part of the interns’ training; we expect the intern to conduct themselves in a professional manner, at all times, in this position, as they may be privy to sensitive information.

Additionally, the intern will assist with special events such as media interviews and conferences, and other special public relations projects. Many events will be in the evenings and on weekends, and if time permits the intern will participate in staff meetings.

The position is non-paid — but can be taken for credit through the University of Wyoming. Compensation and refunds, for certain events, will be available.

Contact Information:
Nid Collins

Email: thisislaramie@gmail.com

Phone: (307)460-1598

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5491203 – My IMDB Page

http://www.frenchcreekfilms.com – My Film Production Company

About The Author

I'm an associate professor and director of graduate studies in the Communication and Journalism Department at the University of Wyoming. In my ninth year at UW, I regularly teach multimedia production, web design, political communication, quantitative research methods, and media, science, and society.