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Marketing and Communications Internship | KCET

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Marketing and Communications Internship

PBS SoCal KOCE is home to PBS for Greater Los Angeles and Southern California. The organization delivers its mission to foster a love of learning, culture and community through distinctive PBS programming available on four broadcast channels and online, as well as person-to-person experiences in the classroom and the community.

Position Description

Job functions will include: assisting with design and maintenance of our web and print presence, including web, social media, e-newsletter, advertisements and collateral. Currently have opportunities in both Orange County and Century City.

General Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in an accredited college or university and qualify for class credit to be eligible. Juniors and seniors preferred.
  • Communications, marketing, public relations, journalism or television production majors preferred.
  • Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and WordPress a plus.
  • Knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat a plus.
  • Must be willing to travel around Los Angeles and Orange County.
  • Up to 16 hours per week (2 – 8 hour days). Most schedules are flexible.
  • This is an unpaid internship. No guarantee of employment is implied through acceptance in our intern program.

 

To apply, please download and complete our application.

Send completed application, resume and cover letter in PDF format to internships@pbssocal.org. Applications must include resume and cover letter.

Public Media Group of Southern California

The Public Media Group of Southern California (PMGSC) tells stories that matter through original programs that reflect the diversity of the region, and the full schedule of trusted PBS programs. Our content channels – PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV – are available for free on internet-connected screens, seven local broadcast channels, and one national satellite channel.

A donor-supported community institution, PMGSC sparks the sharing of ideas at in-person cultural events and community conversations, and delivers social impact through services that prepare our most vulnerable children for school.