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The ADAMH Board of Franklin County, situated in downtown Columbus, is a Franklin County governmental agency that is in need of an intern. The internship is open to students during Summer 2017. The intern will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge in non-profit/governmental marketing, media relations, public affairs, digital communications and community relations. For information on the ADAMH Board, please visit our website at www.adamhfranklin.org.
Internship responsibilities: Assist the ADAMH Public Affairs department with community presentation coordination, community events staffing, talking points/speech development, news release writing, social media content development, constituent relations, video production and editing, etc.
Qualifications needed: College student seeking degree in public relations, journalism, community relations or a related field. Prior public relations/journalism coursework and familiarity with AP style is preferred. Candidate must possess strong writing, communications and organizational skills. The student must also have a vehicle to travel to community events throughout Franklin County. Familiarity with Adobe Illustrator and InDesign a plus.
Work hours: Flexible start and finish date depending on student’s college and work schedules. Flexible hours, about 15 hours per week, negotiable depending on college program requirements.
Compensation: This is an Unpaid Internship; Mileage for travel to community events will be reimbursed.
Other benefits: Free parking.
PLEASE APPLY FOR JOB below by submitting a cover letter and resume.
Or via U.S. Mail to: Mackenzie Betts, ADAMH Board of Franklin County, 447 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215