School of Media & Strategic Communications -- The Ultimate DC Experience

Invest in your future by spending next summer or semester gaining real-world experience & earning college credit in the nation's capital.

LIVE:  Live in the heart of DC, just blocks from national monuments.  Fully furnished housing and roommate matching is provided as part of our comprehensive package.

INTERN:  An internship is one of the most important investments you can make in your future.  As part of our program, you are guaranteed an internship placement in the DC area.

LEARN:  Earn course credit through George Mason University while you intern!  The unique curriculum is designed to complement your DC experience.

CONNECT:  Who you know does matter.  Participate in a mentor program, professional development seminars and a number of other networking opportunities to maximize your time in DC.

Programs are offered in the following areas of focus:
* Community Leadership and Service
* Leadership and the American Presidency (held in partnership with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute)
* International Affairs
* Business and Government Affairs
* Public Policy and Eonomics
* Journalism and Communications

Application Process:  Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis with preference given to early applicants.  Details on the admissions process including tuition fees, deadlines and an online application can be found at

Application Requirements:
* Official transcript
* Letter of recommendation from a professor or former supervisor
* Resume
* Short writing sample
* $25 application fee

Our programs strive to be accessible and affordable to the best and brightest students, regardless of financial status.  Scholarship awards are granted at the time of acceptance, giving students the best picture of whether the program is financially right for them.
* Scholarships are awarded based on need and merit
* Over 70% of students receive scholarship assistance
* Existing financial aid packages may be transferred to finance participation

Programs sponsored by The Fund for American Studies
1621 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, DC  20009
Phone: 202-986-0384; Fax: 202-318-0441

Alfred Fleishman Diversity Fellowship Opportunity

FleishmanHillard is pleased to announce that we will be accepting applications for our 2016 Alfred Fleishman Diversity Fellowship from November 1, 2016 through March 1, 2017 (with priority review given to those that apply before February 1).  Interested students may visit our website for additional information regarding application requirements and qualifications.  We are excited about this opportunity and want to make sure we are able to get the word out to as many viable participants as possible, as it is such a great experience for those entering the PR profession.

Our current fellows have had the opportunity to work on client projects, media relations, events, new business pitches and many other practical experiences in the field of integrated communications.  Fellows are engaged in promoting diversity across FleishmanHillard as well as in their local communities.  The fellowships are six to twelve months in duration, offering a challenging work experience in one of our U.S. offices.  The program includes competitive pay, professional development and senior-level mentorship.  In addition, company benefits such as medical insurance, 401K, vacation and sick leave are included.  At the end of the assignment, fellows are given strong consideration for full-time positions with FleishmanHillard based on their job performance and the needs of the business.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at  Please share with any students or recent graduates who may be interested in this program.

Carl Albert Intern -- Digital Communications Specialist

Oklahoma Health Care Authority has an opening for a Carl Albert Intern -- Digital Communications Specialist. 

Application Deadline:  October 24, 2016

Division:  Business and Resource Services

Annual Salary:  $40,003.00

Summary:  The digital communication specialist will report to the director of the OHCA Office of Creative Media and Design (OCMD) and work closely with the digital strategist to create, produce, implement and evaluate cutting-edge digital strategy campaigns related to key health outcomes.  Platforms may include but are not limited to OHCA public websites (  and, social media platforms, agency publications and text messaging.

Typical Functions May Include:
Develop and edit digital and print content to ensure clarity and accuracy, consistency with branding standards (logos, formats and colors) and compliance.  Provide copy editing for grammar and style;

Design, edit and monitor content for agency webpages, maintaining sensitivity to appropriate literacy levels and varying cultures of the targeted audiences;

Develop front end webpages that adhere to Internet design and coding standards.  Assist contributors and developers with conceptualizing, organizing and designing webpages;

Assist in development, implementation and evaluation of digital communication strategies and objectives;

Ensure digital communication strategies are aligned with target audiences in terms of reach and effectiveness; and,

Other duties may be assigned.

TRAVEL:  Travel in and out of state as needed.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.

Preferred Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Communication or a closely related field; and,
Current enrollment in a Master's program; and
Completion of six graduate hours.

Preference May Be Given to Candidates With:

AP style
Adobe Creative Suite

Additional Required Documents:

OHCA Employment Application
Supplemental Questionnaire for the Carl Albert Intern -- Digital Communication Specialist (1610002) position
Transcript (Official or Unofficial

Important:  You must subimt all required documents to be considered for this position.