As we near the April 2nd deadline, there are misconceptions we need to clear up.

  • There are no 6 credit internships. You may only complete a 9 credit internship.
  • The internship must be related to communications media. Getting a job is not an internship. Your work must be related to our field in some way and it must be work that requires a high level of college education to perform.
  • The Site Offer Form must be signed by hand. Your site can not print its name and initials on the form. It must be signed, preferably with blue ink. Same with the initials, the third page must be initialed by hand.
  • April 2nd is not the day by which your site must be affiliated. It is the date by which you must submit your paperwork if you are going to intern with an unaffiliated site. There is a huge difference!

Internship promoted by IUP Alum



Ref#: 29859

Job Type: Paid Intern

Job Schedule: Part-Time

Job Location: Pittsburgh, PA, US

About Us:

Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM) is a leading American media and entertainment company reaching and engaging over 100 million people each week through its premier collection of highly rated, award winning radio stations, digital platforms and live events. As one of the country’s two largest radio broadcasters, Entercom offers integrated marketing solutions and delivers the power of local connection on a national scale with coverage of close to 90% of persons 12+ in the top 50 markets. Entercom is the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content and the nation’s unrivaled leader in news and sports radio. Learn more about Philadelphia-based Entercom at www.entercom.com, Facebook and Twitter (@Entercom).


The following internship opportunity is within the Events Department of Entercom Radio Pittsburgh.  The intern will report directly to Senior Events Manager. The goal is for the intern to learn the various aspects of event planning within the media industry and to be mentored in the area of events from planning to follow-through.  In addition the intern will have the opportunity to see how other departments work within the company.


Overview of Internship duties will include, but not be limited to the following:


  • Assist in the research, planning, coordination and implementation of events for the Entercom Radio Pittsburgh Cluster
  • Assist in planning of event timelines
  • Attend meetings related to event planning
  • Research ideas for additional activities onsite at events and execute opportunities
  • Attend all scheduled events period applicable during the internship period
  • Copywriting, editing and proofing materials related to event promotion including on-air announcements, web and social media content
  • Create Recap and overview of event with assistance from the Events Manager that will include photos, promotional mentions and event details
  • Maintain a weekly log of activities at radio station/or copy those required by college or university.



  • At least 18 years old
  • Must receive course credit for internship
  • Minimum commitment of 12+ weeks at least 3 days a week
  • Availability to work on a varied schedule that includes evenings and weekends on event dates
  • Reliable transportation to station and event sites
  • Exceptional Communication Skills
  • Ability to take direction
  • Must have exceptional attitude and a desire to learn

EEO Statement:

Entercom [Pittsburgh] is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Administrative Support Workers

IUPatty’s Day

If you are arrested for any reason it will be very difficult to find an internship for you and if you already have an internship the site would be well within their rights to terminate it. If you are caught on camera appearing disorderly or publically drunk, or interviewed saying something offensive to the site, they are also well within their rights to terminate the internship.

I strongly urge you to avoid all IUPatty’s events this weekend! The fun is not worth your career!

The Washington Center Costs

For those wise enough to apply early to The Washington Center and receive a scholarship, the time is fast approaching to accept or reject the offer. The scholarships have all been awarded so new applicants may still be accepted but they will not receive any scholarship assistance.

To help the early applicants decide, here is a cost comparison between The Washington Center and a normal internship.

The Washington Center Traditional Internship
IUP Tuition = $0
Program Fee (including housing and utilities) = $4340.00
IUP Tuition = $3651.80 (in state)
Program fee = 0$
Housing and Utilities = $1000
Total = $4340.00 Total = $4651.80

The Washington Center is not more expensive than any other internship and is, in some cases, cheaper.

Internship in Indiana, PA

Center for Media Production and Research

The Center for Media Production and Research, supported by the IUP Communications Media Department is seeking a few select interns for media production work during the summer of 2018. The ideal intern will be versed in the Adobe Creative Suite, able to work independently and in a group, capable of troubleshooting and solving problems, self motivated and hard working, creative and able to execute production instructions with minimal oversight. Successful candidates will be working for CMPR director, Mrs. Stephanie Keppich, to complete a multitude of video, graphic and design projects for internal and external clients.


Must be able to work until August 10th; experience with Adobe Premiere and Photoshop, knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and After Effects a plus; 3.0 GPA and involvement in at least one extracurricular activity. If interested in being considered: please provide a cover letter addressing your production ability (specifically graphic design, camera operation and editing; resume) 3 references and preferred start and end date. Applications will be accepted through Monday, April 2nd with interviews April 3, 4, 5.

Send required materials to skeppich@iup.edu.

An informational meeting to address questions will be held Monday March 26th at 1:15 in Stouffer room G-6. Please do not contact Mrs. Keppich outside of before that time.

14 Days Left to Find an Unaffiliated Internship

There are 14 days left to find an unaffiliated internship. Hopefully, over spring break you took time to visit potential internship sites, drop off a resume, and maybe interview. If not, now is the time.


  1. If you have yet to get an interview, make a list of cities where you would like to live this summer. Be flexible!
  2. Google job descriptions in those cities. Include ‘Intern’ in the search.
  3. Look for potential places to intern. Don’t worry if they are not affiliated or if they are not looking for interns right now.
  4. Write down the address, the phone number, and the name of the supervisor/manager. Learn all you can about the organization from the site.
  5. Visit the site in person. Explain why you are there and ask to talk with the supervisor/manager. Leave a resume.
  6. Repeat until you have an internship.
  7. Call your parents, uncles, aunts, and family friends and see if they have a communication related internship where they work.
  8. Come see me and we’ll look together for potential sites.

Links to Many Great Internships!

Video Production: Excela Health Internship with IUP COMM Alumni!


Excela Health is seeking a part-time video production intern for summer 2018. The applicant must possess the following required qualifications:

  • Basic knowledge of video camera setup and recording, video lighting/staging
  • Experience in video editing using Adobe Premiere production software
  • Creation of onscreen graphics and integration of graphics within videos
  • Proficiency with handling a DSLR camera and capturing and editing photos for internal and external use
  • Ability to add/mix audio/music tracks to background of videos

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in using Adobe After Effects
  • Development of videos for social media platforms

Interested applicants can e-mail their resume/portfolio to Laura at lsproull@excelahealth.org.

Deadline to Apply: May 1, 2018