This is my last week as an intern at Sahl Communications, Inc. I can honestly say that the past two months went by extremely fast, but were filled with a variety of worthwhile and valuable experiences. I am very glad that I got to spend my summer getting some professional experience and learning new things about the world of Communications. As our SahlComm internship experience comes to end, there are openings for two interns in the Spring of 2016.
SahlComm is currently looking for two interns for the 2016 Spring Internship Program. The available positions are a Government Relations intern and a Communications/Marketing intern. During the months of October and November of 2015, interns will be interviewed and selected for the positions. Applications are now being accepted for the open SahlComm intern positions. If you are interested, send your resume and cover letter to intern coordinator Jade Cortez at Jade@sahlcomm.com.
Government relations interns would get to work hands on and train in all areas of Government Relations. Some of these areas include government communications, government outreach, and public affairs. These interns also get to assist with proposal writing and attend government meetings. As an intern in Communications/Marketing, you will get to work in the different sectors of a Communications firm. Writing press releases, working on brand marketing, media relations, creative design, social media strategy, and crisis communications are just some of the things interns will get to learn.
Although the available internship opportunity is for the spring, because I was a summer intern, I got to be here for National Intern Day on July 9th. Jade bought all the interns a coffee and donut from Dunkin Donuts! As a Dunkin Donuts lover, I was extremely excited when I came into work and saw the coffee and donut (pictured to the right) with a note that read “Happy National Intern day!! :)” sitting on my desk.
If you are looking for some experience to get started in the field of Communications and Marketing like I was, or want to expand on what you already know about Government Relations and Communications, I would highly suggest submitting your resume for the Spring 2016 Internship Program at Sahl Communications, Inc.