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Digital Content Production & Social Media Marketing Intern Kitsap Transit Paid 6/19/2019 9/13/2019 Marketing , Social Media , Writing , Video/Film 3/7/2019
Public Outreach and Events Internship EnviroIssues Paid 6/1/2019 8/30/2019 Writing , Event Planning 3/5/2019
Media Coordinator Wordsmith.org Paid 3/1/2019 3/31/2019 PR , Social Media , Writing , Event Planning 2/27/2019
Content Coordinator: publish content for Seattle magazines NE Seattle Living Magazine Paid 12/3/2018 3/31/2020 Writing 11/30/2018
KING TV Evening Magazine Intern KING TV Paid 8/17/2015 9/2/2019 Journalism 8/17/2015
Advertising/PR Account Management Internship JayRay Ads & PR, Inc. Paid 6/9/2014 6/10/2020 Journalism , PR , Marketing , Social Media , Writing , Event Planning 6/9/2014

Students: How to apply for a for-credit internship (COM 395)

  1. Eligibility: Only communication majors who have completed five communication courses are eligible to enroll in COM395.
  2. Credits: You may earn 1 or 2 credits of COM395 per quarter, up to a maximum of 4 credits of COM 395 spread over any number of quarters. COM395 is graded credit/no credit.
  3. Registration: Download the COM 395 Internship Application and Contract. Follow submission instructions to register your internship through the Communication Advising Office. 
  4. Assignments: After registering, you will have access to the Canvas site for COM 395 which has all of the weekly readings, assignments, and information on the final presentation.