Great Lakes Now Intern

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The Great Lakes Now Intern will support the GLN staff in all phases of our projects – which include a daily news and information site, a monthly show and regular online engagement events. 

Essential Functions: 

Interns to get practical and realistic hands-on experience in one of the following positions. Please specify in your application which position you are interested in. 

Instagram Account Management: Creating stories/photos/videos and text from segments, articles, show production, etc. for GLN’s Instagram account. Assist with developing Instagram plan for GLN and create “playbook” for Instagram needs and “best practices.” 

News Reporting: Attend weekly department meetings, listen and offer content suggestions. Work with GLN News Director to develop story ideas and hone writing skills. Research, report and write stories on a variety of topics and themes for publishing on the site. Compile biweekly headline roundups.  

Detroit Public TV (DPTV) is the largest and most watched public television station serving Southeastern Michigan, the most diverse public television audience in the country. We’re also the state’s only community-licensed station, meaning we operate independent of any educational, government or other institution. Our funding comes from the community we serve. 

Detroit Journalism and Video Production Intern

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The One Detroit Intern will support the Detroit Bureau staff, based at the Marygrove Conservancy, in all phases of our projects, which include: producing our two weekly episodes, daily social media content, content creation for our website, and regular online engagement events. Interns will get practical and realistic production and video journalism experience assisting One Detroit’s producer team. 

One Detroit is Detroit Public TV’s award-winning local news initiative, which has created a national model for community-based television journalism, which seeks to tell the authentic story of Detroit and Southeast Michigan through ongoing engagement and in-depth reporting. 

Detroit Public TV (DPTV) is the largest and most watched public television station serving Southeastern Michigan, the most diverse public television audience in the country. We’re also the state’s only community-licensed station, meaning we operate independent of any educational, government or other institution. Our funding comes from the community we serve. 

Internship opportunities withMichigan Fertility Alliance (MFA)

Upwards of 15% of Americans suffer from infertility yet only 19 states—excluding Michigan— mandate insurance coverage for infertility. Michigan, meanwhile, is the only U.S. state where taking part in a compensated surrogacy contract remains a punishable felony. MFA is working with a number of legal advisors, doctors, clinicians, social advocates, fertility organizations, LGBTQ+ and feminist groups to help change Michigan’s antiquated policies. 

Michigan Fertility Alliance is looking for two student advocates for a summer (part-time) internship to help on grassroots advocacy work in support of updating laws that govern fertility and surrogacy law in Michigan. Successful candidates will be interested in women’s studies, social justice, reproductive rights, media and politics. 

Candidates for the Media internship will be:  

— proficient with social media (Instagram and Facebook), Canva and Later

— comfortable with marketing and PR strategies

— assisting on the content and management of fortnightly newsletter

— confident and comfortable with reactive engagement on social media

— pitching, researching and writing pieces for the MFA blog

— creating MFA related content and maintaining a monthly content calendar

Candidates for the Legislative Affairs intern will be: 

— interested in internet research and canvassing regarding state-level politics

— focused on developing our Advocacy Day campaign

— organizing meetings and discussions with state-level policymakers and their staff

— confident in Excel and other spreadsheet software

— interested in the inner-workings of state government and the bill-making process

— available on Advocacy Day, September 21st, 2022 (7am – 4pm EST)

— able to commit to position until October 1st in order to complete post-Advocacy Day wrap-up

— extremely detailed oriented

— a strong, concise and professional communicator 

We are looking for individuals who:  

— want experience working on a grassroots campaign

— are self-starters, efficient and can work independently 

— have excellent research skills

— positive interpersonal skills

— interests should include politics, women’s studies, alternative families, law, social and reproductive justice

— want to effect change

Both positions are unpaid, will be part-time and working remotely with weekly Zoom meetings with the MFA team.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: 

Stephanie Jones and Ginanne Brownell 

Michigan Fertility Alliance

The 2022 Michigan Fashion Media Summit

The Michigan Fashion Media Summit is happy to announce our organization’s fifth annual summit! 

This year’s hybrid summit, presented by Forbes, will take place on Friday March 25th at the Steven M. Ross School of Business, and will consist of interactive virtual and in-person activations, networking and recruiting opportunities from fashion’s most elite brands, and conversations with leading industry professionals across the fashion, retail, and media worlds. If you are interested in attending the summit, get your tickets now with the link below.

Also, for the first time ever, the first 150 in-person ticket buyers will receive an exclusive invitation to The MFMS Thursday Night Launch Party presented by CURATEUR. Join us for a night of celebration at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, featuring exclusive partner activations, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks (for those 21+). 

Buy your ticket here!

We hope to see you there.

Social Media & Content Intern

We are looking for a Social Media & Content Intern to help create
content and facilitate our online presence. The Social Media & Content
Intern will collaborate with us to develop online outreach including on
Instagram and TikTok. We are looking for a Communication and Media major
or minor to help us with related content.

The paid position is remote and on your own schedule.

Responsibilities include:

Facilitate our social media presence through posts, shares, favorites,
likes, and comments on a regular basis.

Serve as a digital point of contact by answering basic questions.

Maintain and keep up-to-date information through social media and the
wider community.

Collaborate to create campaigns and online branding strategies to
maintain high levels of social media engagement with contests, hashtag
generation, and student-friendly content creation.

Please email me a resume if you would be interested working 1-2 hrs. per

This position has competitive pay. Come join our great staff from UMich!
I would appreciate hearing from you as soon as possible.

Thanks a lot.



Devon Review

Recognizing students’ global leadership: Millennium Fellowship

The United Nations Academic Impact and MCN proudly present the Millennium Fellowship.  This program convenes, challenges, and celebrates bold student leadership advancing the Sustainable Development Goals on campus and in communities.  As a Millennium Fellow, you will hone your skills, take concrete action, and earn a certificate of recognition from United Nations Academic Impact and MCN.  There is no cost for selected students.  Undergraduate leaders should apply by March 31st, with early applications strongly encouraged (Class of 2022 will run August-December 2022).

Tatoosh Summer Semester

8 weeks: June 20 – August 14, 2022

Explore wild Alaska, earn credit toward your degree, and have the adventure you’re ready for. This field course is a great fit for undergraduates interested in exploring topics from biology to art to politics.

  1. Read through the details below;
  2. Check out @tatooshschool on Instagram for photos and stories from the field;
  3. Scroll through this recent feature on the Tongass in the Washington Post’s Invisible Project; and
  4. Learn more and apply at

Applications are due March 1, 2022

About the Semester

This 8-week program covers a full semester’s course work. We will explore from the Outer Coast to the Inside Passage and study interactions at varying scales and across biological, social, biophysical and cultural boundaries. Four academic courses are taken concurrently (see descriptions, just below). You’ll receive some pre-reading in April to complete before arriving in Alaska. All undergraduate and first-year graduate students are encouraged to apply and no prerequisites are required.

Over our 8 weeks together, we’ll embark on four 7-10 day backcountry sea kayak expeditions, plus three shorter remote trips. Our base camp in Coffman Cove is our resupply, resting place and community anchor. You’ll travel into and out of Wrangell, Alaska by jet, and we’ll also use water taxis to move between islands. Email, call or text Erin (, 907-406-9075) if you’re thinking about applying and have questions about any part of the process or the course. A detailed itinerary and other enrollment materials will be provided upon acceptance.

Course Descriptions

All four of these courses are 4 semester or 6 quarter units and are listed as 410/510 at Portland State University. You’re responsible for working with your home institution to transfer and apply them to your program of study. We’re here to provide any information and support you might need.

Community Ecology uses a systems approach to examine the biology of the Pacific Coastal Ecoregion. The course develops a foundational understanding of the geomorphology, ecology and natural history of southern southeast Alaska. Students gain familiarity with nearshore, estuarine, forest and river environments.

Case Studies for Change employs case studies to unpack tools for responding to social change. Topics include nearshore aquatic habitat, island biogeography, stream ecology and restoration, fisheries, wildlife ecology and management, forest succession and water quality. Examples of case studies are at-risk Alexander Archipelago wolves; karst-forest-fish systems; shifting salmon species composition; and freshwater habitat restoration. Students will talk with case experts and see resilience first-hand.

Public Land Management for the 21st Century looks into the future of public land management through examples, experiences and conversations with key leaders on the Tongass National Forest. At just over 16.6 million acres, the Tongass is America’s biggest national forest by far. Its ownership and management are a policy learning laboratory for public lands and natural resource conservation across the United States. Students will analyze challenges and opportunities on the Tongass to animate transformational social, political and economic approaches to public land management.

Political Ecology of Prince of Wales Island studies the relationship between society and environment on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. The course examines how processes of environmental conservation, restoration, development and conflicts over natural resource use and control have shaped the biophysical, cultural, social and economic landscape. Through readings, discussion and community-engaged learning students will explore concepts and lived experience of Indigenous rights, property relations, community well-being, history and the particularities of place. The course is predicated on the assumption that while environmental problems are often common, their causes are complex and changing. Therefore, many solutions are specific to time and place. Here, we choose Prince of Wales Island and dig in.

AURN Audio Journalism Internship, Summer 2022

Paid internship

Location: 2250 E Devon Ave Ste 150, Des Plaines, IL 60018 (Chicago suburbs)

Hybrid: Remote/In-Person

Part time: 20 hours/week, 12 weeks Late May-Mid August (start/end date can be adjusted if necessary)

*Must be able to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster*

Whether it’s a radio news release, story segment, or scripted headlines, writing for audio is challenging. Audio requires more description than video because your audience can’t rely on pictures to understand what’s happening. It requires more clarity than print because your audience can’t go back and re-read what they’ve just heard. This internship is right for you if you would like to further develop your audio writing skills in a real-world setting, where 5+ million listeners will hear your pieces each week.

AURN produces two, nationally syndicated public affairs radio shows, Viewpoints Radio and Radio Health Journal, airing on 840 and 630 stations across the country, respectively. The programs are also posted to several major podcast platforms, including Spotify, Google Play and Apple podcasts. We seek interns who want to work side by side with industry experts to gain in-depth experience in writing, editing and interviewing. Some of our previous interns have gone on to work for NPR’s All Things Considered, NPR’s 1A, KNX-AM Los Angeles, WAND-TV, ESPN, ABC News, Disney and us.


· Brainstorm and develop new segment ideas for both shows. 

· Interview authors and experts in a variety of fields.

· Research and write long-form stories for our two public affairs programs.

· Work side-by-side with the industry’s top producers, studio engineers and editors on radio pieces.

· Assist with social media posts for both shows on an ‘as needed’ basis.


· Incoming junior or senior with a major/minor in journalism who lives in the Chicago area and can come to our office. 

· Excellent written/verbal skills – including grammar and proofreading.

· Hard-working with a professional demeanor, an eagerness to learn, and a high regard for deadlines.

· Completed coursework in broadcast journalism, and/or has extracurricular experience in scriptwriting for radio/audio.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to independently schedule and conduct advanced, longform interviews with experts and write an informative, focused script that displays multiple angles of a story and seamlessly incorporates several soundbites from interviews.
  • Gain practical experience in journalism, be able to identify and work with issues that arise with journalistic responsibility and ethics.
  • Advance writing skills applicable to all forms of journalism. 
  • Produce several polished audio features with your name on it to add to your portfolio (LinkedIn, personal website, etc.)

Report to: Executive Producer of Radio Health Journal & Viewpoints Radio Amirah Zaveri

Questions: Contact Kristen Farrah –

Marketing Research Internship

Hour Media, the publisher of Hour Detroit, DBusiness, Detroit Home, Metro Detroit Wedding magazines and more, is proud to offer a marketing research internship for the Summer 2022 term alongside Hour’s sister research company, Professional Research Services. Ideal candidates will work a minimum of 20 hours per-week. Schedules are negotiable, but a four month commitment is required. Interns must be enrolled in a university and receiving college credit to be eligible for the position.
PRS works with several city and regional Magazines nationwide in providing them solid research methodology for their publications. Interns will assist the marketing research department in day-to-day tasks including, tracking survey results, fact checking professionals, assisting with marketing campaigns and communicating with potential clients.

Requirements: Qualified students will have a GPA of 3.0 or higher with strong Microsoft Excel skills. Hour Media offers its interns substantial projects and significant opportunity for skill-development. We are looking for hard-working individuals who enjoy a fast-paced environment and are willing to take on new tasks. Professionalism and responsibility are a must.
Note: This is an unpaid internship

Salary: Unpaid internship

Required Documentation: Cover Letter, Resume

Contact: To apply for this position, please contact or with the required documentation listed above. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.