Spring 2024 Internships

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Spring 2024  (Updated 2/22/2024)

Beverly Hills Living: Beverly Hills Living magazine seeks an enthusiastic college student to fill the position of part-time social media intern. This opportunity involves collaborating closely with our dynamic creative team on a variety of engaging projects. You’ll need to be creative, confident, and comfortable makings suggestions and sharing your point of view. If interested, please send your resume with a brief introduction through the LinkedIn application process.

Olivo Amigo: Orange-based Olivo Amigo seeks a creative and detail-oriented marketing intern to help grow its newsletter and social media platforms. This person should understand social media platforms and their ever-changing trends. This person should also be able to conceptualize a newsletter and social media strategy to increase impressions, followers, and help drive traffic to our website. This is a three-month unpaid internship with the possibility of joining the team in a paid position after three months. When applying, please indicate that you’re looking for an internship that allows you to earn university credit. The internship will be mostly remote with 1 to 2 meetings per week in Irvine or Dana Point. If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to enjoy@olivoamigo.com. In your cover letter, share your location and if you can meet in South Orange County.

Three PR: 3 This LA- based fashion PR firm is looking for a hard-working, independent, fashion-savvy interns. Three PR seeks a three-month commitment, beginning as soon as possible. Candidates should be able to work a seven-hour shift a minimum of two days a week. Responsibilities would include tracking media placements, maintaining and updating media lists, and researching celebrity blog and websites for client affiliated photos, among other duties. To apply, click “apply now” on the Indeed listing

Inland Empire Utilities Agency: Are you interested in performing impactful community outreach, educating students and the public on the environment and water resources, preparing special events, and designing and developing outreach collateral for the region?  The Inland Empire Utilities Agency is seeking three interns. Two of the interns will focus on planning, implementing, and facilitating the agency’s Water Discovery Field Trip Program. This program provides an opportunity for members of the community to learn more about the environment and the importance of our natural resources. Interns will lead students through the Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park while facilitating various educational activities. Additionally, the agency is seeking a third intern who will focus on designing and developing graphics, videos, and other outreach materials. Interns earn between $16 and $21 per hour. To apply, follow the instructions on GovernmentJobs.com.

HolistaPet: Located in the heart of Hollywood at the world-famous CNN building, HolistaPet is a pet wellness company founded with product lines for dogs, cats, and horses. HolistaPet plans to select two to three students for internships. These social media interns will support HolistaPet’s social media efforts by managing and curating content on various social media platforms, engaging with the audience, analyzing performance metrics, and assisting with the development of social media strategies to enhance the online presence and reach of the organization. These positions are part of the organization’s audience engagement and marketing team. The roles are a blend of creativity and strategic thinking. Working under the mentorship a marketing operations manager and CEO, interns will gain invaluable experience in various aspects of a startup. Successful candidates must be willing to work at least 12 hours a week and must be able to come to the office at least once a week. To learn more about the internships, review this detailed description. To apply, send your resume (and optional cover letter ) to Sara Tabarez, marketing operations manager, at sara@holistapet.com. If you possible, include your social media handle.

TATA PR: Tata is a full-service PR agency based in Beverly Hills that represents emerging and established brands. Its primary goal is to help designers reach their maximum exposure through celebrity and editorial placements. The agency needs a showroom intern for a three-month term. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, obsessed with fashion and able to take direction from beginning to end.  Tata prefers candidates with availability on Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays. To apply, click “apply now” on Indeed.

AEG: The marketing intern will collaborate with various departments and learn how to produce and execute marketing campaigns for live events through social media, email marketing, and website management. This paid internship offers an inside look at the competitive field of live-event marketing, working for the Crypto.com Arena. Home of four professional sports franchises, the AEG owned- and operated-arena also hosts of high-profile events of national and international distinction, including the 2018 NBA All-Star Games and 20 GRAMMY Awards shows. Learn more and apply through the AEG Careers page.

Harbor Community Benefit Foundation: Based in San Pedro, the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation is seeking a motivated individual to assist staff with implementing HCBF’s organizational communications plan. This individual will work directly with staff and contracted consultants to ensure that our communications strategy highlights HCBF’s role as a valuable community asset in improving the quality of life for Port-adjacent communities, most impacted by the goods movement and port-related industries.  This internship requires a commitment of approximately 8 hours per week for 12 to 16 weeks. To learn more, please review the detailed attached description, which includes instructions on how to apply.

Kidsave: Kidsave is seeking highly motivated, dependable, and conscientious self-starters who are interested in pursuing a career in communications and marketing, particularly in the non-profit world. Kidsave’s innovative programs both in the United States and abroad give older kids in foster care a voice and a choice in who they get to know and who will ultimately become their forever family. The communications intern will work directly with the Communications and Development team on advocacy and media projects. Projects may include writing blog posts, conducting interviews of Kidsave kids and families to produce multimedia stories, creating social media designs and captions, and more. The successful candidate must have some writing experience outside of the classroom (creative blogging, school newspaper, etc.) and intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop and social media. The internship involves coming to the Culver City office one or two days a week and being available to attend in-person events some weekends. Learn more and apply through the Kidsave website.

Hollywood PAL: The Hollywood Police Activities League is in search of a talented student or recent grad who is interested in leveraging their passion for helping others within the world of videography and video content making. Hollywood PAL is a nonprofit organization dedicated to driving positive change within the community by partnering with LAPD and school-aged youth in programs that celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion and inspire personal excellence, social awareness, and civic engagement. Reporting directly to the marketing and communications director, the intern will be responsible for event and program videography, content development and helping with Hollywood PAL events and other marketing efforts. The Hollywood PAL videography intern will have the opportunity to film web content as well as long-form videos and will be trained and guided on content planning, best practices and non-profit organization content creation and general video creation tools. The videography intern will work a minimum of 10 hours a week and are welcome to work a hybrid of from home and on-location with a flexible schedule. Review the qualifications and apply on LinkedIn.

Kelly Wearstler: Designer Kelly Wearstler is looking for a passionate social media intern. We are seeking a team player who values authenticity on social media and can seamlessly assists with social media tasks, including engagement and editing content. The social media intern will also work closely with social media lead in ideating and planning content posts and associated content shoots. The successful candidate is familiar with social media management tools (e.g., Ler), has basic knowledge of graphic design and video editing, is self-motivated and is solution oriented. This position is based in Los Angeles. To apply, send resumes and portfolios to careers@kellywearstler.com. Portfolios must include content created by applicant.

SkyBound USA: Orange-based Skybound is seeking a passionate Social Media Intern Join our Spring 2024 Internship Program and shape the narrative across gaming, comics, and beyond. Gain exposure to an entertainment social media strategy across gaming, television, comics and more. Learn how to create different forms of social content, and develop an understanding of social analytics, analytic platforms and pertinent KPIs.  Apply using the application on LinkedIn.

StackSports: Student Sports is seeking a paid seasonal intern to assist digitally and operationally in preparation for our football event season, including the Elite 11 Regionals, Finals, All-22 Regionals, Academies and others. Responsibilities will include but will not be limited to social media management, event operations and more. The successful candidate has an advanced understanding of and ability to use social media (Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, etc.), experience with the Adobe Creative Suite a plus (Premiere Pro, Photoshop, inDesign) and can work multiple days a week out of the Torrance office. To apply, follow the directions on the StackSports Student Sports Careers page.

Alfred Coffee: Become a social media marketing intern for Alfred. Known for its slogan “But first, coffee,” Alfred opened its first location on tree-lined Melrose Place in January of 2013 and now operates locations as far away as Kuwait. As a social media intern, you will assist in management of Alfred social media platforms, including posting, scheduling content, and community management. Your duties would include visiting Alfred locations around the Los Angeles region to create photo and video content, editing video content for Reels and TikTok, and more. This paid internship runs three months, involving two 5.5-hour shifts per week. To apply, review the qualifications and follow the application directions on Alfred’s site.

Anderson Group PR: Anderson Group Public Relations is seeking outgoing, proactive, personable, organized, bright and energetic interns for our Spring 2024 Internship Program in our hip, bustling West Hollywood/Melrose office. Anderson Group  is a midsize entertainment public relations agency. The ideal candidate ise someone who maintains efficiency in a fast-paced environment, is willing to learn, is an articulate writer, is highly organized, and ultimately has a passion for all things entertainment. This is an in-person internship, and the intern must be able to work 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at least two days week. To apply, complete “apply now” on the full internship description.

Claims Journal: Claims Journal and our other business news media outlets are seeking interns interested in journalism to support our newsgathering while learning about business reporting from experienced editors. As an intern, you will write assigned briefs, as well as interview subject-matter experts, attorneys, and business executives for deadline stories. You’ll also work on longer enterprise articles that follow trends and developments. Students who have some familiarity with AP style and have completed at least one basic news writing course (such as JOURN 120) are strongly preferred. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to djergler@insurancejournal.com.

Kimberly Metz Studio: Focused on fashion, beauty and celebrity photography, Kimberly Metz Studio seeks a photography intern who is dependable, a creative thinker, has a sense of humor and is detail oriented. This is an in-person internship based in Los Angeles, and it requires a commitment of one-to-two days per week for six to eight hours per day. Former interns have gone on to work for Telemundo, HBO Max’s Justice League and Hatch Beauty, among other high-profile places. To apply, send an email with a resume, brief description of yourself and links to examples of your work to info@kimberlymetz.com.

Nothing magazine: Based in Orange County, Nothing Mag is a 501(c)3 nonprofit media outlet dedicated to uplifting the DIY music and art community. Several internship opportunities are available. Nothing seeks motivated interns who want to develop further their skills in social media, journalism or graphic design. To apply, send your resume to Karen Reyes at Karen@nothingmag.tv.

Peace Love Knowledge: If you are creative, have a passion for videography and possess the necessary skills, Compton-based Peace Love Knowledge would love to hear from you. The videographer intern will capture, edit, and produce high-quality videos for a new podcast. The intern will involve working closely with clients and team members to bring their visions to life. The successful applicant should have a strong knowledge of video editing techniques and best practices and experience with post-production processes such as color correction, audio editing, and visual effects. To apply, click “apply now” on the full internship description.

Do LaB and Lightning in A Bottle:  Do LaB is an events business and leader in American festival culture based in Los Angeles. The Junior Graphic Design Intern is responsible supporting the design team in the process of designing both print and digital materials for internal company branding and external marketing tactics. From social media promotion to to merchandise design, the junior designer will be expected to work in a variety of media while maintaining the look and feel of the Do LaB brand. Successful candidates will know Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. To apply, review the detailed internship description and then click “apply for job.”

mxdwn: An online entertainment magazine, mxdwn is looking for a graphics intern to help with daily graphic creation and photo editing. If you have a strong sense of design and are deeply familiar with Adobe Photoshop, contact editor-in-chief Raymond Flotat at ray@mxdwn.com for more information.

Tanya Kormeili, MD: Dr. Tanya Kormeili is a board-certified dermatologist, clinical professor of dermatology at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, and a medical consultant. Her boutique dermatology and plastic surgery practice in Santa Monica seeks applicants for a social media internship to help create content for Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. Applicants should be comfortable taking photos and videos with iPhone/iPad and quickly editing them for social media. To apply, send an email with using the subject line “Social Media Internship” to info@drkormeili.com. Include a cover letter, resume and screenshots of your results from the NERIS Type Explore Personality Test and the Four Tendencies Quiz.  No phone calls, please.

Boise Fashion Week: Boise Fashion Week is a non-profit, collaborative fashion event that showcases the work of local, regional, and national designers, models and creatives. BFW seeks candidates for social media intern, who will create content and manage BFW’s social media channels, and a copy writing intern,  who will write for its blogs, newsletters and more. Both internship are remote. Click on the links to read details about each internship. Applicants are welcome to send their resume and cover letter directly to Erica Becker, executive producer, at erica@boisefashionweek.com.

Pathways Volunteer Hospice: A community-based 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization, Pathways is looking for a media intern. The intern would attend events and assist in documenting, filming, and photographing for social media content; work with a supervisor to edit filmed and photographed content and collaborate on future content ideas; and create reports and analyze data from Facebook, Tik Tok, and Instagram to facilitate growth and meet campaign goals. The successful candidate has experience with Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok; experience in filming and/or photographing for social media; is familiar with CapCut, Adobe Premiere or FinalCut Pro; and has their own transportation to drive to events. To apply, send your resume and class schedule to info@pathwayschb.org.

Dr. Alex Heyne: The social media intern would create content about traditional Chinese medicine. This role is primarily focused on Instagram & Tiktok reels and content. The successful candidate has a passion for holistic medicine, wellness, and traditional Chinese medicine. This paid internship involves working up to 10 hours per week in Los Angeles. Be sure to read Dr. Heyne’s post script in the LinkedIn listing.

Healthcare IT: Healthcare IT Today provides healthcare IT news, insight and analysis. The social media intern will write and schedule social media content, plan and schedule Twitter chats, perform social media statistics research and analysis, write healthcare marketing content for HITMC.com, assist in email outreach, create and share social media campaigns for events and webinars, explore new social media opportunities to drive traffic to content or events, and create images for articles and social media posts. Preference will be given to individuals who have experience with WordPress, social media scheduling tools, and Photoshop/Gimp or Canva and Google Drive as well as knowledge of Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube. This is a remote internship. Interested students should email their resume, cover letter, and social media examples to John Lynn at john@healthcarescene.com.

CSULB Department of Geography: The Department of Geography has two social media internships available, one managing its LinkedIn presence and the other managing its TikTok presence. Successful candidates also are familiar with the platforms, passionate about social media, willing to work with the department to create professional-quality content about geography and able to attend weekly meetings from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Fridays on campus.  To apply, complete our application form here.

CSULB Mathematics and Statistics Department: Gain experience managing a social media platform on behalf of a real client. The Mathematics and Statistics Department has two social media internships available, one managing its LinkedIn presence and the other managing its Facebook presence. You don’t need to be a math whiz. You do need to be passionate about social media and happy to collaborate with Mathematics and Statistics majors. Successful candidates also are able to attend weekly meetings from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Fridays on campus. To express interest, send resume and cover letter to csulbmathdept@gmail.com

Long Beach Post: The Long Beach Post and Long Beach Business Journal are looking for an energetic, curious intern to help support their newsgathering operation and learn concrete journalistic skills from their staff of experienced reporters, editors, photographers and videographers. As an intern, you will write the standing “Things to do” feature, which publishes every Wednesday. Editors also will assign general-interest news stories to interns based on their ability. To lean more, review the attached description. To apply, send a resume, a cover letter introducing yourself and three examples of your journalistic work to Executive Editor Jeremiah Dobruck at jeremiah@lbpost.com and Editor Kat Schuster at kat@lbpost.com, who will then coordinate interviews with the top candidates.  Click here for the full details!

Lucky Break Public Relations: Based in Los Angeles, Lucky Break Public Relations offers a paid on-site internship, requiring 10 to 15 hours per week. Interns will assist with supporting multiple client accounts within hospitality, sports and entertainment, technology, consumer products, health and wellness, and the nonprofit sectors. Successful candidates would be available to work through June 5, 2024. To learn more and to apply, review the detailed description on LinkedIn.

 Peace Love Knowledge: Peace Love Knowledge, a 501(c) 3 non-profit that brings communities together using their voices, has two internships available. The PR intern will plan, organize, and execute a wide range of events for the community. The journalism intern will research and write for blogs and a new podcast as well as fact check. To apply for PR internship, click “apply now” on the online application. To apply for the journalism internship, also click “apply now” on its application.

AEG: AEG Presents is a world leader in the sports and live entertainment industries. The AEG Community Affairs Intern will have the opportunity to work alongside a team that is passionate about corporate philanthropy and community engagement. The Intern will be responsible for assisting the department with special projects related to public service initiatives and community outreach. This is a paid internship based in the Los Angeles office. To apply, following the directions on the AEG site.

Braun International Real Estate: This top-producing real estate team headquartered in Manhattan Beach seeks candidates for a social media internship. Responsibilities will include social media marketing on Facebook, Twitter/X, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and more. Interns will also be given the opportunity to collaborate on creative campaigns and have client interaction  The Social Media Intern must work a minimum of 15 hours a week. There is the possibility for a full-time, paid position at the close of the internship. To apply, click on “apply now” on the Braun careers page.

The City of Yorba Linda: The Administration Department is seeking a Social Media Content Producer Intern to work in the Communications Division of the City Manager’s Office. This is a paid internship. The ideal candidate is an outgoing self-starter with the desire to assist with creating social media content (photography, graphics, videos, and copy) for the City’s social media accounts and other communications productions. A successful candidate possesses strong writing and organizational skills, knowledge of social media techniques and best practices, and a talent for storytelling. To learn more or to apply, review the details posted on GovernmentJobs.com.

Dermalogica: The Dermalogica Global Marketing team is in search of a creative, enthusiastic, and diligent Global Product Innovation Intern. The intern will work directly with the Global Product Innovation team to assist in the development of products and campaigns, assist in managing new launches, and support the team with day-to-day functions. This is a part-time paid internship. To learn more or to apply, visit the Dermalogica careers listing.

Joneswork: This full-service marketing, public relations and brand consultancy agency seeks ambitious and enthusiastic public relations, marketing and digital. The ideal candidate is hardworking, professional, proficient in Microsoft Office, a strong communicator, detail-oriented, and has a strong interest in a career in public relations, marketing, and/or brand strategy. Successful candidates must be able to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week. To express interest, complete the application on the Joneswork site.

Living Full Out: Living Full Out Inc. is looking for a social media intern. Projects related to this internship may include creating and presenting marketing ideas about how to utilize social media to promote the company and radio show; leveraging social media sites and doing cross-promotion campaigns; and promoting videos through postings, stories, reels, and TV platforms. This is a 20-week, unpaid remote internship. Please submit your resume and cover letter for consideration to connect@livingfullout.com. Be sure to put Social Networking/Digital Art Media Internship in the subject line.

PADNET: The Public Access Digital Network (PADNET) is Long Beach’s community media center and public access television station (Spectrum 32 / Frontier 41). PADNET interns become serve as production assistants. PADNET trains interns in all aspects of studio and field production, from set design to lighting to audio. Interns also have a lot of post-production responsibilities, which include logging, transcribing and converting files. Interns also edit short promos, public service announcements, and long-form programming using Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X. Check out this playlist of videos that were produced, filmed, and edited entirely by past interns. To apply, complete this form.

The LA Girl: The LA Girl is seeking an aspiring media and marketing professional to join our Spring internship program and assist in the planning and implementation of The LA Girl’s content across platforms. Owned by author and broadcast personality Erika De La Cruz, The LA Girl covers all things fashion, travel, lifestyle and event. Interns work directly with the executive business and creative teams to assist with the planning and execution of The LA Girl’s efforts. This internship is hybrid, split between remote work and in-person in the LA office. The intern would be expected to work 10 to 15 hours a week, including a weekly team meetings Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. To learn more or to apply, visit the detailed description on LinkedIn.

 Thrive25: Started as a health and longevity newsletter a little more than a year ago, Thrive25 now has thousands of engaged readers. Thrive25 is offering a paid internship for someone interested in all things content marketing and how to scale a newsletter business. The intern would be expected to work eight to 10 hours per week. The newsletter content intern would work with the content team to brainstorm, research, and identify features; assist in creating engaging newsletter content; use in Canva to create new graphics and weekly features; partner with Thrive25’s marketing agency to edit and post videos and audio clips; identify ideas in the health and longevity space to present to the founders; monitor subscriber engagement using analytics tools; generate reports on newsletter performance, including open rates, click-through rates, and subscriber feedback; and ensure that all documentation is tracked and that the company’s Google Drive and email service platform remains organized. To apply, send us a brief summary of who you are and why you want this role along with a copy of your resume to team@thrive25.com.

TMZ: A part of Fox, TMZ is looking for students with a passion for celebrity news to join its Spring Internship Program. As an Intern at TMZ, you will be exposed to the many facets of newsgathering, TV production, and digital content creation. This paid internship runs from March 2024 – May 2024. To learn about available internship positions and to apply, visit the listing on the Fox Careers site.

Velvet Hammer: Velvet Hammer Music and Management Group, a boutique artist management company located in West Hollywood, is seeking detail-oriented, hard-working and enthusiastic interns for spring semester. Interns will research new and up-and-coming artists across all genres, assist managers with creative marketing strategies and implementation promote various projects/artists through social media, create spreadsheets to organize assigned projects and tasks. Successful candidates know how to use Photoshop, have excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high attention to detail, and are familiar with social media platforms such as Twitter/X, TikTok, Instagram and Facebook. The internship requires the student to work two days a week in the office between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. To apply, send resume and cover letter to Ms. Joey Sinatra, joey@velvethammer.net. Include “spring internship application” in the subject line.

Long Beach Transit: LBT provides public transportation to more than 17 million annual boarding customers in southeastern Los Angeles County and northwestern Orange County. LBT seeks applicants for a paid internship in Community Relations and Communications. The intern(s) will directly assist in communications, marketing, customer and community relations campaigns to promote the LBT brand in the community. Interns may also assist with employee engagement programs. The successful candidate will be a full-time college student maintaining a 2.7 or above GPA. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required and familiarity with design software (Canva and Adobe Creative Suite) is a plus. To apply, follow the directions on the LBT careers website.

SAG-AFTRA: The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists seeks applicants for an internship in Communications & Marketing. SAG-AFTRA represents approximately 160,000 actors, announcers, broadcast journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists and other media professionals. To apply, select “apply for this job online” on the SAG-AFTRA careers site.

Umbrella: Umbrella is a boutique digital marketing agency specializing in social media, influencer relations and content marketing. The agency is looking for a creative, entrepreneurial intern with a passion for social media, e-commerce and design.  The intern’s responsibilities will include researching and assisting in creating content for social media platforms, assisting in copywriting for social media and newsletters, and rainstorm strategy and new creative ideas for content and campaigns, and creating marketing reports. To apply, follow the instructions on the Umbrella careers page.

Urban Unity: Urban Unity is a PR and Marketing agency that focus’ on embracing relationships with creators and brands. The Public Relations Intern will be responsible for overseeing and assisting with day-to-day tasks associated with public relations, including the creation of press releases, managing media relations and communications, and developing strategic communications. This is an internship role located in Los Angeles, CA, with flexibility for remote work. To learn more or to apply, visit the detailed posting on LinkedIn.

Brownco Construction: Based in Anaheim, Brownco Construction Co. seeks candidates for a paid internship. The Social Media and Content Intern would oversee and manage Brownco Construction’s social media accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram; create engaging and relevant content; develop eye-catching and informative flyers; and capture and edit photos and videos. The intern must have transportation and be willing to visit jobsites. Interested candidates should submit their resume, a cover letter, and a portfolio showcasing relevant social media and content creation work to Andrew Brown at abrown@browncoinc.com. Include “Brownco Social Media Intern Application” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until Jan. 31, 2024.

BLND Public Relations: Intern with a JPR alumnae! BLND is looking for driven, self-starters to join its spring 2024 internship program. Based in the Hermosa Beach office, interns work closely with the BLND team of account executives, getting hands-on experience writing pitches, creating media lists, developing social media content, conducting research and much more. Apply online through LinkedIn by Jan. 10.

Chipotle Mexican Grill: Chipotle offers a paid internship in its Newport Beach headquarters. This position will support Chipotle’s employee communications efforts by developing internal communications with multiple cross-functional partners and executing upon them. The intern will make an impact by crafting compelling content tailored to multiple employee audiences and sharing it with them across a variety of digital and traditional communication channels in new and innovative ways. To apply, visit the detailed listing on the Chipotle website.

CLD PR: CLD PR, a full-service public relations agency that specializes in celebrity and media seeding, seeks candidates for a fashion PR internship. CLD PR has worked with A-list talent such as Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Julia Roberts, Vanessa Hudgens, the Kardashian/Jenners, Rihanna, Rita Ora, Jared Leto, Mindy Kaling and Carrie Underwood. To learn more about this opportunity or to apply, visit the detailed description and application on LinkedIn.

Hollywood Branded: Hollywood Branded builds brand partnerships through product placement, celebrity endorsement and influencer marketing for clients all over the world. Its internship runs 12 weeks, beginning Feb. 5. Interns are paid $17/hour with 15-16 hours required per week. Internships are fully on-site in Redondo Beach. Students can learn more about this creative pop culture marketing agency internship and apply on the Hollywood Branded careers page.

Trill: Trill Mag’s six-month internship program offers internships for writers and video content creators. Founded in 2015, Trill Mag aims to enlighten, entertain and empower Gen Z. Trill is looking for talented people who like to create content around stories and issues important to its audience of 18- to 25-year-olds. The internships are remote and involve writing one piece of content every two weeks, creating one video a month, or managing one of Trill’s social media platforms a few times a week. To apply, send your resume and pitch an idea for a piece of content to Liam Atkinson, managing editor, at liam@trillmag.com.

Athletic Communications: Long Beach State Athletic Communications invites students to apply for a communications internship. Interns run stats and assist with social media at games, write recaps of select game recaps and apply their Adobe InDesign skills. Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Lindy Zamora, associate athletic communications director, at Lindy.Zamora@csulb.edu.

Goop: Goop invites students to apply for an unpaid internship with its PR and Brand Marketing Team. Gwyneth Paltrow launched goop from her kitchen as a homespun weekly newsletter. It’s grown into a lifestyle platform encompassing curated products and content about beauty, wellness, fashion, food, and home. The ideal candidate is passionate about learning about the press and influencer landscape specifically in the beauty, wellness, fashion and home space. This person must be a self-starter, a hard-worker and excited to bring new ideas to the team. The intern will assist with press and influencer tracking; build press and influencer lists; help with influencer outreach, engagement and seeding; and help with drafting press releases, among other duties. This is a part-time internship, with the need to be in goop’s Santa Monica headquarters on Mondays. To apply, visit the listing on goop’s website.

Labelle Foundation: A non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs in need, the Labelle Foundation is seeking a part-time social media and marketing intern. The intern’s responsibilities would collaborate with the foundation’s team and external marketing agency, assist in content creation and strategy, provide on-site support for events, and assist in the creation of simple graphics. Applicants must reside in Los Angeles and be willing to work in person at the Labelle Foundation offices a minimum of one day per week. To apply, use the application posted on LinkedIn.

NVE Experience Agency: NVE Experience Agency offers unpaid remote internship with its internal corporate marketing and communications department. The agency’s mission is to create experiences that empower brands to build deeper, more meaningful relationships with their customers. Candidate should be a strong copywriter, with an emphasis on social media content creation, and should be extremely attentive to detail. The intern must be able to work remotely at least three full days a week (or 24 hours per week) between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This includes a mandatory meetings Thursdays from 2-3 p.m. Pacific time.  To learn more and to apply, go to the internship listing on LinkedIn.

Pitch Club: Part of Rodium Digital, Pitch Club is looking for a creative social media intern. This individual will support the founder in all social media activities and content creation, with a focus on launching Pitch Club’s new TikTok/Instagram Reels channel. The ideal candidate will be someone who is curious about all aspects of social media strategy and TikTok – and preferably has some prior experience with social media management and content creation. The successful candidate must be able to travel to Pitch Club’s office in West LA once or twice a week. To apply, review the instructions on LinkedIn.

Sony Pictures Entertainment: The SPT Talent Relations & Publicity handles the PR needs for both domestic and international production and distribution properties. The intern will be exposed to a variety of tasks including press clippings, table reads, press interviews, set visits, EPK/promo shoots, talent tours, and brainstorming sessions. This spring internship is from January through May, with flexible dates based on school schedules. The anticipated base salary for this position is $19/hour. All candidates must be able to work at least 10 to 29 hours a week Monday through Friday in the specified location. To apply, visit the detailed description on the Sony website.

South Bay Cities Council of Governments: The South Bay Cities Council of Governments seeks a communications intern. This person should enjoy working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, like to be challenged and value the opportunity to make a difference. The South Bay Cities Council of Governments is a joint powers authority of 16 cities and the County of Los Angeles that share the goal of maximizing quality of life and productivity for the South Bay community in Los Angeles County. Read the full internship description and instructions about how to apply online.

Femme It Forward: A joint venture with Live Nation Entertainment, Femme It Forward seeks applicants to serve as a social media creative intern. Femme It Forward is a female-led music and entertainment company that centers its mission in celebrating, educating, and empowering women through multiformat, multimarket consumer experiences. Candidates must have knowledge of Canva, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator and must provide a link or PDF of portfolio with the application for review. This work-from-home paid internship requires a 25-hour week commitment. To learn more, review the application on Live Nation’s website.

MemorialCare Health System: MemorialCare invites students to apply for a paid public relations internship based in Long Beach. The public relations and communications intern provides support as needed with copy editing, collaborating and brainstorming with the Marketing team on campaign ideas and strategy, creating presentations, managing public relations and advertising clippings, and coordinating and implementing special events internally and externally.  This is an in-person internship. To apply, follow the directions on MemorialCare’s website. Please note that the listing indicates that this internship is in Fountain Valley, but it actually is located in Long Beach.

Orange County Soccer Club: Orange County Soccer Club’s Public Relations and Promotions Team invites students to apply for a public relations and team promotions internship. Orange County’s only professional soccer team plays in the United Soccer League Championship, the fastest growing Division II professional soccer league in the world. The intern’s duties will include writing pre-event planning documents and post-event recaps, assisting in researching new events around the OC area for potential involvement, and working OCSC events at the stadium and in the greater OC community. Learn more and apply through Talent.com.

TOMS: Toms invites students to apply for a paid social media internship. The Social Media Intern assists with maintaining the brand’s presence across social platforms. This role will primarily focus on assisting with social content creation and engagement with followers of our social channels, fostering relationships, creating space for meaningful conversations and moderates as necessary. In addition, this role will support the Social Media Manager with reporting, measuring key KPIs, and social content shoot logistics. The internship is hybrid, with some days spent at the headquarters in Culver City, and is 20 hours per week for six months. To apply, follow the instructions on the TOMS career site.

Westbound Communications: Westbound seeks candidates for a paid internship. Westbound strives to build the next generation of leaders by creating unique opportunities for talented, high-achieving, responsible and bright students to grow personally and professionally in the public relations and marketing industry. Its highly competitive internship program provides hands-on agency experience with a wide variety of client projects. Westbound interns write and edit press releases, newsletter articles, digital content and more; conduct community outreach; create content for social media channels; pitch stories to media; build media lists and coverage reports; handle research for new business proposals; and staff client events. For more information, contact the Anaheim office general manager Linda Martin via email at lmartin@westboundcommunications.com.

42West/BHI: As an intern at 42West/BHI in Los Angeles, you would assist staff members with work for clients across the Entertainment Content, Licensed Consumer Products and Interactive Gaming teams, affording you the opportunity to gain a broad range of knowledge and skills applicable to various aspects of PR within the entertainment industry. Your assignments would provide a diverse range of real-world situations. 42West/BHI team members will guide you as you acquire knowledge and work experience that carries with you as you embark into the world as a PR professional. To apply, complete the application through LinkedIn.

Kidsave: The goal of Kidsave is to inspire governments, communities and individuals to find and provide families and permanent connections for orphans around the world. Kidsave seeks highly motivated, dependable, and conscientious self-starters who are interested in pursuing a career in communications and marketing, particularly in the non-profit world. Interns will work directly with the Communications and Development team on advocacy and media projects. To apply, send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to genesis@kidsave.org.

Our National Conversation: Led by journalists from across the political spectrum, Our National Conversation offers nonpartisan, solutions-focused news. Our National Conversation seeks journalism interns who can do original reporting for text stories, podcasts and videos about interesting young people doing good work as well as political and journalistic leaders. Interested students should send an email and resume to hr@ournationalconversation.org.

StandUp for Kids: This national non-profit organization provides basic and ongoing resources to help homeless and street kids. StandUp for Kids offers several journalism and public relations internships for spring 2024. They include a blogging and writing internship; a broadcast journalism internship; a graphic design internship; and a public relations internship. All internships are hybrid. Apply through CareerLINK.

Tennis Channel: Part of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Tennis Channel has an opening for a spring 2024 paid internship in its Santa Monica office. As an intern, you’ll receive hands-on experience in a fast-paced sports entertainment TV network environment covering one of the most electrifying games in the world today. You also will learn about Tennis Channel’s omnichannel content strategy. Learn more about the internship or apply through JournalismJobs.

WORK: WORK invites students to apply for an engagement internship with this non-profit organization that helps families in Haiti escape poverty through good, dignified jobs. Reporting to the engagement manager, the engagement intern would work on fundraising and engagement events, assist with planning and execution of various partnered and community events, assist with Run Series Program participant and volunteer recruitment; and engage with Run Series Alum to gather stories of impact to share on all marketing channels, among other responsibilities. See the attached description for more details. To apply, send your resume and cover letter to hr@dowork.org with “Engagement Intern” in the subject line.

Actum: This bi-partisan public relations strategy consulting firm is offering paid internships through its Junior Associate program. This program is an opportunity to gain insight into the daily workings of a political consulting firm, as well as valuable experience working on policy, communication, and political issues. For more information, see the attachment. Interested candidates should send their resume and writing sample to Myda Castillo-Garcia at mcastillogarcia@actumllc.com.

Califia Farms: Califia, one of the leading plant-based beverage brands, is looking to hire a talented, self-motivated individual for a paid internship. The intern would be expected to work 15 hours a week, working in the downtown Los Angeles office at least once a week. To learn more about the responsibilities and how to apply, read the internship announcement on Califia’s website.

DÍG En Español: DÍG En Español, the first Spanish-language magazine produced in Long Beach, invites students to apply for three internships: managing editor, social media manager and podcast creator. As an intern, you would work closely with Professor Teresa Puente and editor-in-chief Briana Mendez-Padilla. Applications for this on-campus internship close on Dec. 4 at 11:59 p.m. To apply, complete this form.

Flaunt magazine: Flaunt magazine is accepting applications for editorial, fashion and social media internships. Distributed in more than 32 countries, Flaunt explores provocative issues and ideas pertaining to art, fashion, film, music, media and literature. To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and a couple of writing samples to Bree Castillo, bree@flauntmagazine.com. Be sure to specify that you’re a CSULB student.

Orange County Health Care Agency: The Health Care Agency seeks applicants for a graphic design internship. The Health Care Agency protects and promotes individual, family and community health through coordination of public and private sector resources. Interns will work with staff to develop promotional materials for programs, including flyers, posters, brochures and social media content. Ideal candidates will have experience using Adobe Creative Suite. The unpaid internship seeks a 10- to 20-hour commitment per week for at least 10 weeks. To apply, follow the application procedure detailed on governmentjobs.com.

Orange County Social Services Agency: SSA’s Strategic Communications, Legislation, and Policy Team seeks candidates for a communications internship. Under direct supervision of the public information officer, interns will assist with writing, proofreading and editing of content, graphic design and print production materials such as brochures and newsletters. In addition, they will assist with managing the agency’s website, visual communications, and social media sites. Successful applicants will have experience with PC-based graphic design and video editing software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, iMovie, and Adobe Premier. To apply, follow the application procedure detailed on govermentjobs.com.

VOA LATAM: Voice of America’s Latin American division welcomes applications from bilingual journalism students for internships. Interns must have a keen interest in TV/radio news as well as a grasp of working on deadline with the ability to research, write and edit stories. Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Heather Buchan, hbuchan@usagm.gov.

VOA News Center: VOA’s Internship Program offers placements in several of its programs. VOA News Center hub interns are assigned a wide variety of news stories to write that will be used by VOA language services and the English website. The Inside Story interns contribute to VOA News Center’s weekly TV news program that gives audiences a better understanding of the major story of the week. Press Freedom interns will report for web, radio and TV, interviewing sources and writing news and feature articles, and assist with research on long-term projects. Polygraph interns do research including contacting sources by phone and email to obtain information; check facts, suggest story ideas for coverage; work in support of the team’s editors. Social media interns with our Social Media team get hands-on experience creating original content, conceiving and executing campaigns and strategies to engage an international audience, and managing several social media platforms. VOA Connect, a weekly TV magazine show, is looking for student video journalists and shooters and/or editors interested in compelling, non-narrated storytelling. VOA’s Internship Program is offered in person at its Washington, D.C., office as well as virtual. Click here to learn more about VOA and the Internship program or here to learn more about VOA.  To apply, send a cover letter and resume to VOA News Center Internship Coordinator Amy Katz, akatz@voanews.com, with the word Internship in the subject line. Apply as soon as possible because VOA has begun reviewing applications as of Nov. 30.

Voice of San Diego: This digital news organization seeks candidates for a paid internship expected to work 15 to 20 hours per week in San Diego County. Under the direction of the managing editor, the intern will work alongside Voice of San Diego reporters and develop meaningful stories. In addition to helping reporters with projects, the intern will be expected to pursue their own stories and pitch ideas to the editorial team. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to VOSD_HR@voiceofsandiego.org.

Modern Currency PR: This award-winning boutique public relations agency based in Los Angeles has three internships available for spring. Two are PR internships, and one is a digital/social media internship. The internships would be virtually-based and remote. Modern Currency PR prefers a three-day per week commitment between 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Interested candidates should send resumes to jordan@moderncurrencypr.com and meghan@moderncurrencypr.com.

National Association for Media Literacy Education: NAMLE is seeking social media interns. NAMLE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing media literacy education across the United States and beyond. Interns will be responsible for writing media literacy-related social media copy for an assigned social media channel, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest and LinkedIn. They also will maintain the social media calendar and update it with copy in a timely manner and provide creative insight into topics and strategies for the promotion of events such as U.S. Media Literacy Week. Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Carson McAfee, NAMLE’s communication coordinator, by email at cmcafee@namle.net.

Purveyour: This fashion-focused website seeks candidates for three remote internships. The two editorial interns will help with the running of Purveyour’s blog and website. The two graphic design interns have a passion for art, photography and video. The two social media interns will produce engaging educational and marketing content to promote Purveyour. To apply, complete the online application.

Ragdoll PR: This boutique fashion, beauty and lifestyle PR agency located in Manhattan Beach seeks applicants for a spring internship. Ragdoll seeks a commitment of at least three months for 15 hours per week. Successful candidates must have an interest in fashion and beauty. This unpaid internship will satisfy requirements for academic credit. Responsibilities would include designing social media content; monitoring print, digital press and blogger press; preparing gifting materials for stylists, editors and influencers; researching digital influencers for potential partnerships; and writing or pitching press releases. To apply, send resume to Amanda Durham at amanda@ragdollpr.com.

University Police Department: The Long Beach State University Police Department is accepting applications from journalism majors for a social media internship. Duties include monitoring social media channels, content creation and management. Interested students should complete the Qualtrics form by Dec. 1.

Valerie Allen Public Relations: This full-service boutique PR agency with a deep roster of entertainment, celebrity and author clients seeks candidates for a spring internship. Valerie Allen Public Relations promises that you will not be fetching coffee in this internship but will be gaining invaluable PR knowledge that will benefit you for future jobs. The intern would distribute pitch materials; create press clippings; contact key members of the media; and write press releases, media alerts, pitch letters, backgrounders, biographies and other promotional materials. This unpaid internship is remote. To apply, send resume to send to Rebecca Segura at rebecca@vapr.la.

Well Suited: This non-profit organization seeks applicants for social media internships and public relations internships.  Social media interns will work on a specific social media platform, researching tips, creating engaging content and posting the content. The public relations interns will learn how to conduct industry and job research to help match students to potential career options as well as mentor and provide support to high school students in a virtual setting.  These are unpaid internships that offer flexible schedules. Send questions to Program Director Cynthia Hernandez, hhernandez.cynthia@gmail.com. To apply, send resume to info@wsccp.org.

Beachcomber News: The Beachcomber seeks applicants for journalism internships. Typical inter responsibilities include contributing at least one feature story of at least 600 words per issue of the bi-weekly newspaper; creating a feature story based on a half-hour recording of a luncheon speaker at Long Beach Rotary; taking photographs to accompany news stories; and proofreading and editing content. Apply by submitting a cover letter, resume and writing samples to publisher@beachcomber.news.

Kahlo Creative + LB Living: Kahlo seeks candidates for internships in creative writing, journalism, video and social media management. To apply, send an email and resume to Sal Flores, creative director, sal.flores@kahlodesign.com.

Long Beach 908: LB908 offers writing internships as well as public relations and social media internships.  LB908’s primary mission always has been simple: Help connect Long Beach residents to the wonderful small businesses and organizations in their area through affordable and effective advertising. It secondary mission is to showcase the best of real life in Long Beach. The writing intern help create online profiles about small businesses in Long Beach, specifically targeting underrepresented businesses. The PR/social media intern manage aspects of LB908’s social media as well as create content in the form of photos, text and reels. To apply, send a resume and a short description about why you want to join Long Beach 908’s magazine to John@lb908.com. Include your availability for interviews.

Make-A-Wish: Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire seeks candidates for a public relations internship and a social media internship. The public relations intern will create content for the website, general fact updates, graphics and photos; craft and post content on social media channels; create news release and media alerts; and design Adopt-A-Wish plaques. The social media intern will assist with developing content; help create and maintain a social media calendar; track key social media metrics; and evaluate the success of campaigns. Each intern is expected to commit at least eight hours a week. Apply through the Make-A-Wish application on LinkedIn.

Orange Coast magazine: Orange Coast has been the magazine of Orange County for nearly 50 years, providing readers with a lively, humorous, insightful, and credible regional publication. The company’s award-winning editorial internship program, overseen by Senior Editor Astgik Khatchatryan, is comprehensive, providing college students instruction in fact-checking, magazine writing and critical thinking. Interns should be prepared to commit 10 to 15 hours a week for at least 12 weeks to this remote internship. Please send an email with a cover letter, resume and at least one writing sample to akhatchatryan@orangecoast.com.

Rachel Dares PR: This full-service PR and marketing agency based in Orange County, is seeking enthusiastic interns to join its team. The interns will craft compelling press materials; conduct research to compile lists of local, national, and international news outlets and influencers; create engaging graphics and write captivating copy for clients’ accounts for social media platforms; and monitor and analyze social media campaigns. Successful candidates are available for a minimum of two days per week, dedicating at least four hours per day. To apply, send an email and resume to Rachel Dares at rachel@racheldarespr.com.

Random Lengths News: This independent, progressive newspaper of the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor Area is offering a 120-hour unpaid internship. Interns at Random Lengths News gain hands-on training and mentoring about the day-to-day operations of a news publication. Interns work with WordPress and social media, learn to interact with sources, and write and produce journalistic news and feature stories. Successful candidates should have basic knowledge of AP Style, adhere to journalistic ethics and know how to use Google Suite.  To apply, visit www.randomlengthsnews.com. Under the “Opportunities” menu, select “Internship.” Scroll to the end of the page to find the link to the “Application.” Download the application and fill it out. Then send an email to Hunter Chase at hunter.chase@randomlengthsnews.com, attaching your application, résumé, cover letter and clips or link to a portfolio;  a 250-word analysis of the website content that describes Random Lengths News’ coverage, style, leanings, mission and vision as well as what makes the newspaper unique; and three story pitches.

Vendetta Sports Media: Launched in 2018 by Trey Daubert, a former wrestler, Vendetta Sports Media seeks applicants for internships creating sports-related content, managing social media, producing podcasts and creating graphics. The social media intern will help run the Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages. The podcasting intern will work with the podcasts in the post-production stage. The graphic design intern will use InDesign and Photoshop to create graphics for a fantasy football show, podcasts and merchandise. The sports content intern will be expected to come up with story ideas, write traditional pieces as well as opinion pieces.   To apply, send resume and cover letter to Trey Daubert at trey@vendettasportsmedia.com.

American Society of Magazine Editors: ASME is accepting applications for the 2024 Magazine Internship Program, a 10-week program. Interns are assigned to magazines and websites in New York and Washington and can expect to work in the editorial offices of their assigned publications in summer 2024. The deadline to apply is Jan. 5, 2024. More information about the Magazine Internship Program can be found at asmeinternship.org.

Global Results Communications: Global Results Communications is an award-winning full-service public relations firm that specializes in all things tech. Its team includes Kaitlyn Rowell (JPR class of 2023). If you’re interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the PR profession Global Results Communications has an internship for you. This position provides an opportunity to participate in PR programs including media, writing and events. Send your résumé to HR@globalresultspr.com.

Los Angeles Times: The Los Angeles Times offers paid spring and summer internships to college students and recent college graduates. The Times has opportunities in all facets of journalism, from reporting and photography to design and audience engagement. The deadline to apply is Nov. 15. Learn more or apply through its internship portal.

JS2: JS2 Public Relations seeks applicants for spring 2024. Interns will collaborate with the JS2 team to create and execute successful, impactful campaigns. This internship is for course credit and offers a weekly stipend. Minimum15 hours per week is preferred. To learn more, please refer to the attached document. Send your résumé to Christina Gilmour at cgilmour@js2pr.com.

OC Habitats: OC Habitats is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a public service for the many habitats of Orange County, California, through conservation efforts, rehabilitation, restoration, education, outreach, volunteerism, monitoring and partnering with other entities. It seeks applicants for an internship in public relations, marketing and social media intern as well as another one focused on education and outreach related to habitat conservation. This is internship is for academic credit only. Interested candidates should send their résumés to Executive Director Stacey Chartier-Grable at OCH@ochabitats.org by Nov. 30.

Stanton & Company: The internship program at Stanton & Company offers students hands-on experience in consumer, lifestyle and wellness public relations. Responsibilities would include researching brands for potential sponsorship outreach, creating pitches for brand outreach and press opportunities, creating media lists with MuckRack and more. Throughout the course of the internship, students will work alongside the Stanton & Company team on projects and campaigns, including book launches and consumer product goods (CPG) brand initiatives. This is a hybrid internship for academic credit only. Send your résumé to Ashley Beenen at ashley@stanton-company.com.

Borgen Project: The Borgen Project is hiring a public relations intern who will work remotely. This intern will be involved in a variety of aspects of marketing and communications that include creating a branding campaign, conducting an informal focus group and pitching story ideas to news media. The unpaid internship is 12-hours per week for 12-weeks. Apply through the application on LinkedIn.

County of Orange: The County of Orange offers unpaid internships in social media and media relations. Duties may include helping prepare and distribute press releases, plan events and support social media sites. Applicants can expect their application to be seen by agencies including, but not limited to, the Social Services Agency, OC Sheriff’s Department, the OC Health Care Agency and OC Waste & Recycling. Interns work a minimum of 12 hours per week for three months. Applications that do not include a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and unofficial transcripts will not be considered. To apply, visit the Government Jobs listing.

DoLA: The content intern will be responsible for finding cool events, adding events to the site,and creating content for DoLA’s website. In addition, this intern should have a strong interest in creative writing and will help in creating and pitching original editorial content. The successful candidate will be focused, able to work quickly and efficiently, and have an eye for detail. The intern will work 10 to 15 hours per week with a three-month commitment. Visit the application at EntertainmentCareers.net to learn more about the DoLA internship or to apply.

Girls’ Life: This an American teen magazine offers a paid internship. The editorial intern’s responsibilities would include participating in all aspects of digital content creation for girlslife.com, brainstorming and writing content for the print magazine, and researching Gen Z trends on TikTok and other social platforms. To apply, visit the internship listing at girlslife.com.

Fox News Media: One paid internship opportunity exists with the Fox News Multimedia Reporter Team. Fox News Media operates the Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox News Digital, Fox News Audio, Fox News Books, the direct-to-consumer digital streaming services Fox Nation and Fox News International as well as the recently announced platform Fox Weather. This is a remote internship. To learn about the requirements, visit the listing on Fox Careers. The application deadline is Sunday, Nov. 26.

Jam in the Van: Known as the mobile solar-powered record studio and YouTube channel, Jam in the Van is looking for three part-time interns to join its team for the spring 2024 semester. With the outbreak of COVID, Jam in the Van began hosting socially distanced live concerts and comedy shows outside in its lot in West Los Angeles. Now JITV operates its own indoor and outdoor shows each weekend with some of the biggest names in comedy and music. Interns responsibilities include social media campaign coordination for Instagram and TikTok, video production, brand outreach and event promotion. The ideal candidate understands the intricacies of managing and creating online content. For consideration, send resumes and links to your work and/or links to your favorite albums to baywatch@jaminthevan.com.

J/PR: A global communications firm that works with some of the best hotels, resorts and lifestyle brands in the world seeks applicants for its spring 2024 internship program. J/PR and 20Two Studio student internship program provides an integrated learning and training experience that immerses interns in the fast-paced industry that is PR and social media marketing. This experience requires reliability and a passion for travel, hospitality, lifestyle, media and trends. Internships are available in the San Diego or Los Angeles offices, and they’re a hyrid, with time divided between in-person and work from home. Successful applicants must be available for in-office training from Jan. 8 through Jan. 11, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. To learn more about the student internship program, review the application online.

BC7: KABC seeks applicants interested in working full time as a sports news intern. In this paid internship, the successful candidate would Interview coaches and players and transcribe the interviews as well as be involved in the preparation of daily sports shows, segments and special programming like “Slam Dunk” and “Sunday Night Sports.” This internship begins in January 2024 and ends in early June 2024. To learn more and to apply, visit the detailed job description on the Disney Careers website. ​

EveryDog: Want to have an internship where you play with pups and create content about them? EveryDog is looking for a social media intern. Responsibilities would include helping to create content, manage and update social media platforms and monitor social media analytics. This would be a hybrid internship, with some time spent in the Tustin office. To learn more or apply, review the job details online.

The Pollack Group: The Pollack Group seeks applicants for a public relations internship. Established in 1985, this independent public relations agency’s internship program is centered around helping interns learn and develop skills that will carry over into their future careers. The spring 2024 intern is expected to work 15 to 25 hours a week following a hybrid schedule, with at least one in office day per week. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume by email to careers@pollackgroup.com.

ABC7: KABC invites applicants for a spring 2024 digital news internship. The intern’s responsibilities would include writing and posting digital news articles, reworking TV news scripts for digital presentation and position to social media. The successful candidate is able to work in the Glendale newsroom, knows AP Style and can thrive in a fast-paced environment. To learn more or to apply, visit the description on Disney Careers.

CNN: The LA-based team of CNN seeks candidates for paid spring 2024 newsgathering internships. This internship offers everything from calling key members of law enforcement during breaking news to working with veteran producers and correspondents as they work towards delivering accurate and precise reports on insane deadlines. Successful applicants must be able to come into CNN’s LA office for three full eight-hour days between Monday-Friday.  The application deadline is Monday, Oct. 23.  To learn more or to apply, visit the application on the Warner Bros. Discovery website.

DreamWorks Animation: Known for animation classics such as “Shrek,” DreamWorks Animation invites students passionate about animation to apply for its spring 2024 public relations internship. In the DreamWorks Internship Program, interns work in an engaging and exciting environment alongside creative leaders and artists who are committed to building an inclusive and collaborative culture. The internship requires students to work 24 hours per week, with at least some of the time at its Glendale campus. To learn more or apply, visit the detailed listing.

Girls Soccer Network: Girls Soccer Network, a website dedicated to the game of soccer and the lifestyle surrounding it, seeks candidates for a paid editorial internship. The editorial intern will write long-form articles, profiles and blog content covering the ins and outs at every level of women’s soccer: high school, club, college, professional and national. This is a remote position that involves working five to 15 hours per week. To learn more or apply, visit the online application.

Orange County Transportation Authority: The OCTA’s College Intern Program welcomes applications for a marketing/public relations internship. This paid internship provides experience on meaningful projects under the guidance of a transportation professional. To learn more, visit the internship description on the OCTA website.

PULL Public Relations: PULL, a full-service fashion and beauty PR agency based in LA, is looking for spring 2024 interns. Interns will learn the ins and outs of social media and influencer marketing as well as media relations. The ideal applicant would be available to work in-person two to three weekdays from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. Read the full job description to learn more, including how to apply.

U.S. Senator Alex Padilla: The Office of U.S. Senator Alex Padilla offers paid internships in its California district office. Interns assist staff with constituent casework, answer constituent calls, draft correspondence, and help plan advance work. The spring 2024 program tentatively is scheduled to be hybrid. The application for the Spring 2024 term can be found here.

Warner Bros. Discovery: Warner Bros. Discovery has multiple LA-based publicity internship opportunities available, including at WB Global Theatrical and HBO/Max Media Relations. Responsibilities would include support the PR assistant and coordinator in generation of weekly clip reports, curate show-specific assets and research new press contacts. Successful candidates should have 3.0 or above GPA, experience with office tools such as Google Suite and a can-do spirit. Interns will be expected to work 16-24 hours per week in a hybrid capacity. Applications are due by Monday, Oct. 23. To learn more and to apply, visit the publicity application on the Warner Bros. Discovery website.

Fox Sports: Apply by Nov. 26 for the spring 2024 Fox Sports Internship Program. Fox offers an opportunity for students to gain practical experience while interning for one of the world’s biggest sports, media and entertainment companies. Visit Fox Careers to learn more and apply.

Port of Long Beach: The Communications Division is seeking applications for one paid internship. The intern will assist Communications staff with video and audio production as well as online media. The successful candidate will be familiar with content management software and social media platforms. Apply by Oct. 26 through GovernmentJobs.com.

Segerstrom Center for the Arts: The Center offers paid 12-week academic internships in the Community Engagement as well as Marketing and Communications. Spring internships run from mid-February to early May. Read about the detailed descriptions and apply through the Segerstrom Center’s website.

Sony Music Entertainment:  Sony Music Entertainment applicants for paid internships. These interns may assist with the creation of artist social content and label websites tools. The ideal candidate has completed coursework in UX/UI/website development/design/production as well as knows how to use Adobe After Effects/Premiere/Rush. Apply by Oct. 30 on the Sony website.