BEULAH PARK, in Grove City, Ohio, has an opening for a marketing intern. Intern will work 20-35 hours per week. (Hours are subject to increase by need.) This could turn in to a possible future job opportunity. Position pays $7.50 per hour. Beulah Park is willing to work with university and student to earn credit hours. Responsibilities including managing and organizing promotional events, concert organization and purchase fulfillment, guerilla and traditional marketing (on-site, print, TV, radio), coordinational interaction with various chambers of commerce, cities and marketing divisions, organization of contracts, data tracking and evaluation. Intern will receive exposure to sponsorship recruitment and fulfillment; advertising negotiation; creation, purchasing and implementation; large and small scale event planning (private and corporate); targeted niche marketing strategies and sports marketing. Promotional schedule will involve working with Beulah Park, several leading Columbus radio stations and non-profits. Applicant must have strong organizational ability, basic Microsoft Office skills, strong fan communication skills, creative thinking and problem solving skills. Web maintenance/updating and/or graphic design ability a plus. To apply, e-mail or send cover letter and résumé to Jessica Hamlin, Director of Marketing and Promotions, Beulah Park, P.O. Box 850, Grove City, OH 43123, Call Ms. Hamlin at (614) 871-9600, ext. 1304 with questions.

MEDIASOURCE, a multimedia public relations firm in Dublin, Ohio, has an internship opportunity available. Internship is unpaid. Intern is responsible for administrative and office support for media relations and production departments, conducting new business and client research as needed; will participate in both internal team and client meetings; support work for media relations and editorial/production teams; research for projects, news releases and fact sheets; assist in developing proprietary TV media database program with customizing media lists, editorial calendars and media results reports; handle press kit and video news release distribution to TV stations nationwide; assist with video library and will assist with video production (shoots and edits) as needed and appropriate. Must have excellent organizational and time management skills; the ability to work on various phases of multiple projects at the same time; be proficient in database programs such as Excel and Microsoft Office; good internet/research skills; be self-motivated and have ability to work and meet deadlines in team settings and individually without supervision. Start date is June 2007. Length of internship will be determined during the interview process. To apply, E-mail résumé to Kristyn Wilson, Media Relations Coordinator at Deadline for application is June 15.

LEVI INC., in Columbus, has an opening for a marketing/communications intern. Levi Inc. is a full-service consulting firm that provides services to clients in a variety of businesses. It also works with a consortium of experts in marketing, financing and communications to diagnose and treat those problems that prevent businesses from reaching their full potential. Intern will help with the development of marketing materials as well as the creative concept; market research, administrative support and assist with development and design of a game plan to re-enter the marketplace. Desired majors are marketing, advertising or communications. Intern must be detail-oriented, knowledgeable in information technology and well-versed in Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. A propensity for professional development, contributing to the growth of Levi Inc. and a desire to have fun are required. Intern will be paid a stipend of $600 and will work for 10 weeks, 15 hours per week. To apply, contact Mike Levi at

THE GIRL SCOUTS SEAL OF OHIO COUNCIL, in Columbus, has an opening for a summer Communications Intern to work 20 hours per week. Intern will provide communication support to the Public Relations department through publications, journalism, special event planning and photography. Duties include maintaining current media lists and databases; tracking and filing media clippings; writing press releases; brainstorming ideas for PR activities and publications; establishing relationships with award recipients and featured girls/troops; covering events and activities for newsletter staff; operating photography and audio/visual equipment; attending community outreach activities; maintaining communication with troop volunteers/Ambassadors; providing needed support for fund development activities; assisting graphic design department with editing and layout; updating display boards and other promotional materials; assembling media/press kits; writing articles for Girl Scout publications and assisting with general clerical support. Applicant must have the ability to independently work a flexible schedule (self-direction); excellent communication/presentation skills; ability to establish priorities, implement plans and achieve goals; ability to write for diverse audiences according to age and regional location such as donors, parents, Scouts and community members; ability to effectively handle multiple projects; sensitivity and responsiveness to working with people of diverse cultures, lifestyles and special needs and the ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to other agency policies and procedures. Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Communications, Radio/TV/Film majors are preferred. Student should have skills in Microsoft Office 2000, PowerPoint, Excel Spreadsheets, In Design, Adobe Page Maker, Digital Camera, basic a/v equipment, faxing and copying. To apply, forward a cover letter, résumé and writing samples to W. Shawna Gibbs at or W. Shawna Gibbs, Public Relations Manager, Girl Scouts Seal of Ohio, 1700 Watermark Drive, Columbus, OH 43215.

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