Child Advocacy Communication Internship with Opportunities to Specialize

      The Children’s Campaign, Florida’s leading statewide child advocacy organization, is looking for students majoring in Public Relations, Media/Communication Studies, Information Communication Technology, and/or Editing, Writing, and Media to gain hands-on experience with our Communication Team. Projects span social media, graphic design, writing/editing, and more with opportunities to specialize in each area.  Although[…] »

Lissette Calveiro Turns Her Passion For Storytelling Into A Career


Lissette Calveiro (B.A. ‘14) has always had a passion for storytelling. After turning that passion into a reality by graduating from FSU with a B.A. in Public Relations and Leadership Studies after only two years, she went on to obtain her current position at Max Borges Agency and Contributing Writer roles at publications including The[…] »

PR intern

The Frank Law Firm has an opening for one part-time (20 hours / week) public relations intern for the Fall 2016 semester.   The Frank Law Firm is a personal injury and civil rights trial firm that represents clients in state and federal court. The office is located in Northeast Tallahassee.  Preference will be given to interns[…] »

Communications Internship

Florida Office of Early Learning Fall 2016   Who We Are: The Florida Office of Early Learning dedicates its people, time and energy to ensuring access, affordability and quality of early learning services for the state’s children and families. Home to more than one million children under age 5, Florida welcomes nearly 600 newborns every[…] »

News & Copywriting Specialist

Job ID – 40127 Location – Tallahassee, FL Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temporary Regular Favorite Job Apply On Or Before 05/10/2016 Department Office of University Communications Responsibilities This is a key position on the university’s integrated marketing and communications team within the Office of University Communications that works closely with faculty, staff and students to develop and[…] »