Bridge to Independence is offering a paid internship for the spring 2019 semester. The student worker position will be for 10 – 15 hours per week. The student must carry a minimum of 12 academic credit hours.
Candidate should have an interest in working with students with disabilities and have talents in
- social media
- website design (if possible)
- and interviewing skills.
Contact: Mary Breaud, Ed.D. | 985-448-4341 | email@example.com
Paid internship available this spring 2019 semester. The internship involves writing press releases, posting to an Instagram account, and writing follow-up pieces for a newsletter. Position is part of the 2019 Cultural Conversation initiative to promote heritage and culture in Terrebonne and Lafourche Parishes — being organized and funded by the Louisiana folklore society and the state lieutenant governor’s office.
- pertinent writing experience
- A or B grade in an advanced writing class
- enthusiastic endorsement from a faculty member who can vouch for the quality of their work.
The Office of Marketing and Communications is looking for an intern to help write copy for The Colonel, press releases, some marketing copy and assist with social media.
If interested, contact Jacob Batte, Media Relations and Publications Coordinator at 985-448-4141.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is offering a summer 2017 Aviation Mass Communication Intern position to the students in the Public Relations Program. The selected student must be a junior or senior and classified as full time. The position is for 40 hours/week and senior pay is $11.62/hr. and junior is $10.46/hr.The position is currently posted on the Civil Service website at www.jobs.la.gov or resumes may be sent via email to Mr. Brad Brandt at
The position is currently posted on the Civil Service website at www.jobs.la.gov or resumes may be sent via email to Mr. Brad Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The internship is for 12 to 15 weeks beginning in May 2017 and ending in August 2017.
See attached for full description and details.
TPCG ( Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government) is looking for a new intern for this summer ( June and July 2017).
To qualify for the internship students must have knowledge and experience in:
- Operating a Camera
- Production software (i.e. Final Cut, Premier ect)
Brian Rodrigue, the network administrator at TPCG, is hoping to produce more content for Terrebonne Parish as well as the departments within TPCG. Attached is the detailed job description and a link to the job posting. Students must print out the application and bring it to
8026 Main Street, 5th floor ( HR)
Houma, LA 70360