News & Events 2014

This page lists new internship postings for the current year. They may or may not have been filled. Please feel free to contact them, even if it past the deadline, as they may not have filled the internship or they may be looking for additional interns.

Expired Internships are posted on a different page. You may also contact them to see if they are looking for another intern.

Please contact to answer questions or for assistance:
Dr. Susan Hafen (Internship Advisor)
Elizabeth Hall 338, 1.801.626.8930

Additional job postings can be found through Career Services database, CareerConnect. To access these, follow this link and login on the left hand side. 

Internship Postings

Please note, Internships are posted newest to oldest - Marketing Assistant internship/part-time job - PAID

The Marketing Assistant provides comprehensive support to the marketing and promotion efforts of Visit Ogden. An essential member of the marketing team, the Marketing Assistant is task-oriented, self-driven and takes ownership of tasks and projects. Responsibilities include maintaining website, social media, media tracking, data collection and event support. The position reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications and the Creative Director and is also accountable to the President/CEO and Board of Trustees.  

Find additional details and how to apply HERE. 

Posted April 28, 2021

United Way, Ogden - Affinity Groups Coordinator - PAID

The Affinity Groups Coordinator AmeriCorps VISTA will support the resource development staff to cultivate cooperative, productive relationships with United Way’s mission focused donor groups. He/she will help develop the systems to ensure the mission of United Way of Northern Utah is reflected in the groups’ activities.


Essential Function 1: Program Development and Implementation
· Develop and implement donor engagement strategies for mission-focused donor groups to deepen their engagement with United Way of Northern Utah.

Essential Function 2: Affinity Group Communications
· Communicate clearly, regularly and effectively with members of each affinity group, and with resource development staff to build coordination, teamwork, enthusiasm and a sense of common purpose.

Essential Function 3: Management of Volunteer Projects
· Provide guidance and direction for volunteer projects selected by affinity group steering committees to support the mission of United Way of Northern Utah.

Essential Function 4: Coordination of Engagement Events
· Develop, plan and implement strategic, data-driven, branded, mission-focused affinity group events that recognize, steward and further cultivate current donors, volunteers and prospects, increasing their engagement with the organization.

More information available here.

To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to Nicole Hopkinson,

Posted April 28,2021

Major Brent Taylor Foundation, Ogden - 4 internships (researcher, PR, volunteer cordinator, event planner) - PAID

The Major Brent Taylor Foundation seeks several interns to assist with researching, planning, and coordinating events surrounding the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and Veterans' Day. These are paid positions, with some beginning immediately.

1. Researcher (1 position) - IMMEDIATELY
In collaboration with WSU's Special Collections, conduct research for the "Weber Remembers: 9/11" project, which will be exhibited at the Weber county Fairgrounds in September.

2. Marketing/PR Planners (1-2 positions) - now through September
Create a marketing plan, develop collateral, and manage the PR campaign for the "Weber Remembers: 9/11" project.

3. Volunteer Coordinator (1 position) - now through September
Recruit, train, and manage volunteers for the "Weber Remembers: 9/11" project.

4. Event Planner (1 position) - now through November
Organize and promote the November gala for the Major Brent Taylor Foundation


For details and to apply, please send an email and resume to:

Jennie Taylor


Posted April 22, 2021

WSU Sustainability Internships - Paid

The Sustainability Practices and Research Center is currently looking to hire 2 interns for their office.  

The Student Sustainability Coordinator position is for a student with some background in sustainability/environmental conservation who wishes experience working to facilitate sustainability education and practice within our community (both on and off campus). The position involves coordination/collaboration between our campus sustainability units as with other campus and community partners.  

WSU students with a minimum of 24 credit hours and a GPA of a 3.0 are encouraged to apply! Student applicants may be majoring in a variety of fields, such as environmental studies/science, communications, education, marketing, geography, political science, etc. 



Posted April 12,2021

L&W Media. Bountiful, UT - Blog &YouTube Internship - Paid

Organization: L&W Media (“We Cook. We Bake.” YouTube Channel/Website and “Still A Part of Us” Podcast/YouTube Channel/Website) We have two very different platforms that you will focus on during your internship.

● Still A Part of Us: A place where moms and dads share the birth story of their child who was stillborn or who died in infancy. Currently, this is only a podcast, but will be adding a YouTube component, launching May 2021.
● We Cook. We Bake: A new cooking and kitchen gadget YouTube channel

Internship Responsibilities/Duties: Any of the following depending on project agreed upon: Audio editing, video editing, writing blog posts, creation of show notes, pdf/ebook design, website design and maintenance, online and social media marketing, YouTube thumbnail creation, and content creation planning.

Skills / Knowledge: ● Adobe Premiere Pro ● Adobe Audition (optional) ● Writing ● Graphic design ● Understanding of workflow, time management, and communication with team Projects To Be Completed (Internship Portfolio possibilities): ● Still A Part of Us YouTube launch and marketing, May 2021

We can teach you: ● How to start your own podcast and YouTube channel ● How to create a media kit and about working with sponsors as a creator ● If you are interested in public speaking and teaching, we can show you how to apply to speak at social media and business conferences ● Audio engineering and editing with Adobe Audition ● How to cook

Location:  This will be a work from home internship. We will have weekly meetings either in person or via Zoom. If you do have interest in video production (and learning how to cook), we will meet in Bountiful, UT.

Stipend: Stipend dependent on projects


Lee Redd,, 801-637-3079

How to apply: Please email or call/text. Leave a message.


Posted: April 12, 2021

WSU - Student Writer Internships - Fall or Late Summer - Paid

Marketing Communications are now accepting student writer internship applications for fall 2021. Students could potentially start later this coming summer if they wish.

They are looking to place interns in the College of Science, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and the Marketing & Communications office. Each position is open to all students, regardless of major or class rank, though we tend to look for students with journalistic or technical writing backgrounds, video skills or social media or web editing experience.

Job duties vary and may include creating marketing materials, updating websites, writing press releases, writing articles, interviewing, creating video content or handling social media.

Here is the link to the job posting for more info: (Links to an external site.)

However, if you are interested, it would be quickest to email Jaime Winston directly. They should send their resume, two or three writing samples, a cover letter and indicate if there is a particular area they are interested in working in.

Posted April 5, 2021

Communication Internship with the Walker Institute - Paid

As our communications intern, you will manage and improve all our communication flow and be responsible for promoting a positive public image of the Walker Institute of Politics & Public Service. You will be responsible for designing mass media announcements, writing initial drafts of our press releases, managing our social media accounts, and collaborating with the Walker team to coordinate our external (newsletters) and internal (memos) communications flow.


More information available here.

Communication Interns needed for WSU Peer Mentoring Program - Paid

Interns will be part of the Peer Mentor Program team, and will focus on developing innovative and engaging content and initiatives in the areas of digital media (video, graphics, etc.), amrketing communications, social media training and development, outreach and recruitment.

More information available here

United Way of Northern Utah, Ogden - marketing/media/photography/video internship - UNPAID

United Way of Northern Utah is seeking an intern to assist with social media, blogging, design, photography and other marketing. Position is mostly virtual, occasional on-site work may be needed for video/photos.

Ideal applicant will have knowledge of writing, graphic design, social media, and photography/video skills. 

For more information contact Kaylie Astin or to apply email your resume:

BonCom Marketing Agency, SLC - summer internships - $15/hour

Spend the summer immersed in the agency world learning from the best in the business and contributing real work for actual client campaigns. Apply today to be one of the elites selected for the Boncom Internship Program. Part grown-up, real-life experience, part mentorship and training, an internship at Boncom will give you portfolio-quality work and a broad understanding of the marketing industry at a cutting-edge agency. 

Application deadline is March 19. 

Information and application:

Anson Family Counseling, Ogden - Mentors Needed - Paid

This is a great internship for interpersonal and family communication majors.

WSU Development Office - Assistant Intern - Paid

Assistant intern position including event coordination, public contact, and fundraising

The Borgen Project - Virtual Advocacy Internship - Unpaid

The Borgen Project is always accepting applications for remote interns. The work is definitely practical for a civic advocacy emphasis, and there are also internships focused on public relations, and journalism.

Tia Jochimsen is currently doing an internship there, and she is glad to discuss it with any interested Communication majors:

Part-Time Jobs at Weber County Library - Paid

Although these are not internships nor seasonal jobs, they are all jobs that require interpersonal/family, organizational, or social media skills, and they could be used as internships.

WSU Admissions Office - Social Media Intern - Paid

This internship will include learning and utilizing branding guidelines, creating content for our audience (prospective students), getting experience with photo, video, and editing using Adobe Suites and other programs, as well as working on a creative team to brainstorm ideas for content and messaging.

DaVinci Academy, Ogden - Interpersonal and Family Internship - Paid

This internship may be for 1, 2, or 3 credits (so, if needed, it could be combined with another internship).  It will be in-person on Mar 1, Mar 8, Mar 16 and Mar 30.  Also available in May.

Internship Responsibilities/Duties:

We are filming five productions this year since we can’t have in-person performances. Your main responsibility would be to assist behind the scenes, help with rehearsals, work with the elementary age students, communicate with parents and teachers, find digital backdrops for scenery, organize costumes, set up camera and sound equipment, and assist the director. Some film editing may also be helpful. 

We will do most of the rehearsals and recording on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoons from 12:10 to 3:05pm in the school library from January 21 through May 20. Your participation will be based on your availability and the number of hours desired/required for your internship. 

Some of the large production scenes will be shot “live” using three cameras at the high school, and your help those days is essential. Mondays, Mar 1 and Mar 8 from 12:30 to 2:30pm, Tuesdays March 16 and Mar 30 from 11:45 to 2:45, and if possible (this is after the semester ends, so optional) Wednesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 27 from 12:25 to 2:45.


Skills / Knowledge Needed for Internship:

  • Interpersonal Communication

  • Work well with children

  • Film Editing (may be used, but not necessary)

  • Dependable

  • Team player

  • Punctual

  • Filming and film production, including lighting and sound


Projects To Be Completed (Internship Portfolio possibilities): Because the productions are protected for the privacy of the children, you won’t be able to show clips for your portfolio. We can write you a fantastic letter of recommendation!


Location(s) for Internship Work: DaVinci Elementary, DaVinci High School, some work from your home, if desired

Days/Times Intern Needed: Some Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoons (based on your availability).

Pay Rate/Stipend: $200-$600, depending on the depth of your involvement and hours (if 1-3 credits)


Contact Person Info (name, email and/or phone) and How to Apply:
Name: Sheila Favero
Phone: (801)721-7766

How to Apply: Send an email with resume; in-person interview; call with any questions


Posted February 9, 2021

Big Leap Marketing Agency, Lehi UT - Digital Marketing Intern - Paid

Please note - this internship will be virtual until mid-April, and then it will be partly in person and partly virtual.

We’re currently looking for a paid Digital Marketing Intern to work with our team. This is a great opportunity for anyone who’s looking to get their start in online marketing.  This role will be part of our 6 month paid internship program.  Permanent full or part-time offers of employment available for exceptional interns upon completion of program.

As an Intern for Big Leap, you will have a variety of learning opportunities, including:

  • Learning technical software (Google Analytics, Google Search Console)
  • Creating and executing outreach campaigns
  • Writing content for blog posts or articles
  • Conducting various audits of client websites
  • Conducting client keyword and competitor research
  • Contributing insights for client project reporting
  • Researching marketing opportunities for clients 

More information and to apply:

Social Media for Climate Activism - Online, Collaborative Internship - Unpaid

Gain valuable practical experience working with a team of students from across the world in the development, execution and assessment of a social media campaign in support of a global climate education project, Solve Climate By 2030. This is a VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP.  You can participate from anywhere on the planet.  You must be available for group strategy meetings, presentations and on-line discussion Monday every week from 8 PM - 10 PM ET (New York time) for US participants, or every week from 11 AM - 1 PM ET (New York time) for international participants. In addition, you must commit to an additional three hours of group and individual work each week. The internship begins on February 1, 2021 and runs through April 12, 2020 for a total of 10 weeks. The internship is not paid.  APPLY HERE NOW.

Solve Climate By 2030 is mobilizing US and international educators to engage over 100,000 students in dialog about ambitious action to stabilize the climate. It culminates on the evening of April 7, 2021 with 100+ simultaneous, university-hosted webinars, one in fifty countries worldwide, and every US state, and in DC and Puerto Rico. These dialogs will reveal ambitious things that need doing in Ghana and Germany, Vietnam and Columbia, Kyrgyzstan and Australia, if we really aim to stop climate change. Across the world, students can ask their teachers to #makeclimateaclass, by assigning their regional webinar as homework, and then using our course-specific guides to talking about climate change in courses on art, biology, philosophy, music, engineering or language and many other subjects.  


Intern teams will design, deliver, and evaluate a social media campaign in support of Solve Climate By 2030.  Guest speakers and discussion will focus on the theory and practice of using social media to engage audiences in climate action. Interns who complete the program will receive a certificate, and can request letters of recommendation from Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of the Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability, which is the organization sponsoring the internship. Please direct questions to

"We're in the Rockies" Company - writing, video, social media, and marketing internships - Stipend Dependent on Projects

Company:   We are a travel website and YouTube channel.  If you are interested in traveling (especially national parks and Disney) this will be fun for you.

Internships Responsibilities:  

Any of the following: video editing, PDF design, ebook design, audiobook editing and creation, blog writing, website design and improvement, online marketing, YouTube thumbnail creation, YouTube short creation (like TikTok), travel vlogging (turn your summer travels into vlogs for our channel).

Hours/Location/Flexibility:   You will work from home.  We will meet at least once a week in Ogden, depending on the assignments.

Benefits:   We will teach you how to create and market your own YouTube Channel and write blog articles.

Contact Info:   


Matt Schoss


WSU Peer Mentoring Program - Paid


The Peer Mentor in Access and Diversity is an essential part of the Peer Mentor Program. The Peer Mentor will be responsible for supporting the success of assigned mentees by providing intentional mentoring on a one on one and small group setting in the following topic areas:
●Navigation of campus resources (financial aid, registration, wellness, etc.)
●Connection to campus and community (transition to college, making meaningful connections, participating in campus and community programs, etc.)
●Preparation for graduation and beyond (resumes, leadership skills, communication skills, etc.)
●Peer Mentors who focus on particular student populations (for example: DREAMers, males of color, women in STEM) will also provide specific support and guidance relevant to their needs

The Peer Mentor will work under the supervision of the Mentor Advisor and will be required to attend and participate in training’s, staff meetings, workshops, etc., throughout the year as well as demonstrate a commitment to their team and the department goals and expectations.

For more information and to apply:

The Other Side of Hell Podcast - Social Media Internship - Unpaid

We are a fully produced visual podcast focused on Recovery and Mental Wellness, The Other Side of Hell. Each week we release a fully produced video episode on YouTube and an audio version on all listening platforms. In every episode we discuss a topic related to recovery or life empowerment and share the story of someone who has overcome the seemingly impossible.  

Our efforts thus far have been primarily focused on content creation and fine tuning our format but we are now looking to expand into our next phase which will be marketing, ad buying, and social media presence. We'd love to be able to get our message out to more people so those who may still be 

What we are primarily looking for is someone to assist us with managing our social media platforms, primarily Instagram, but Facebook and Twitter as well. Any one able to assist with ad buying or YouTube algorithm would certainly be a plus. 

Opportunities for video editing, camera operations, and audio engineering may also be available.  Currently, we are based in the Ogden area and its likely an intern could work primarily from home. Although this internship is unpaid (with a possibility of a stipend later on), training will be provided in Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, and Illustrator, along with Logic Pro. Intern would get experience in the producing pipeline process from booking, scheduling to delivery of digital media content.

If you are interested in this internship, contact:

Cameron Jackson
Freelance Producer & Editor

Church Publications Internship and Information Meeting

Dear student,


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is excited to offer paid internships in editing, writing, web content, and graphic design for students like you! These internships provide four months of experience in print and digital writing, editing, design, and publishing work. Interns in these positions work with Church magazines, web content, and digital content. This is an incredible opportunity for you to expand your skill set and build your resume.


On Thursday, January 21, at 11:00 AM MDT, we’ll be presenting a Teams Live webinar providing information about our Summer/Fall 2021 internships and how to apply. (This meeting is not required but is helpful as you prepare to apply.) No preregistration or external apps are required—you can join on any browser using the link below.



Following the presentation, we will make a brochure and other handouts available via digital means, which we’ll explain how to access during the meeting.


Each semester, we sponsor 10 paid internships: 

  • One editor/writer for each of the Church’s magazines
    • Liahona
    • For the Strength of Youth
    • Friend
    • YA Weekly content
  • One news writer for web content
  • One magazine graphic designer
  • One writer and one graphic designer for the Gospel Living app
  • Two editorial positions within publishing services


The positions should be posted on on January 21st and remain open until 11:59 PM Monday night, February 1st.


Thank you for your interest! We look forward to seeing you at the information meeting next week.


Emma Stanford

Writer and Editor | For the Strength of Youth Magazine

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

DaVinci Academy Elementary - Video Internships - Paid

DaVinci Academy Elementary is offering three 1-credit internships, all of which involve video editing and possibly filming, sound, lighting etc. 
These internships will ideally be filled by three different interns, but they may all be done by the same intern. They involve a 3rd and 4rd grade production of Willy Wonka and a 5th and 6th grade production of Aladdin.

Click here for more information about 3rd grade production

Click here for more information about 4th grade production

Click here for 5th and 6th grade production

Posted January 7, 2021

WSU Davis Campus - Gear Up - PAID

Organization: GEAR UP
Address: WSU Davis Campus – D2 308 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton, UT 84041)
Contact: Brandon Flores
Phone: 801-395-3547
How to apply: Call or email Brandon to discuss any questions and to set up an interview.

Internship Responsibilities/Duties:
We are looking for someone to help us run our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram and YouTube). You will work alongside our director and outreach specialist to create posts that are engaging to our followers. You will be required to keep a social media calendar up to date, post at least twice a week, find ways to get our followers more engaged on our sites and be able to respond to comments quickly and professionally. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud is recommended as you may be required to design graphics to go be posted on our pages. Please be prepared with a portfolio of your work. You may also be asked to provide your social media names and to show us some of your favorite social media pages. The GEAR
UP Social Media Intern work about 5-15 hours a week and it is paid at $10-11/hour.

Skills/Knowledge Needed for Internship:

• How to manage Facebook, Instagram and YouTube pages
• Knowledge in Adobe CC
• Able to work in a flexible environment
• Creative and positive thinking
• Strong work ethic; able to do things on your own
• Possibly help design other materials as needed

Projects to Be Completed (Internship Portfolio Possibilities):
The GEAR UP Social Media Intern will have the opportunity to build their portfolio by adding graphics they design to their portfolio. The internship will also provide experience in running an organization’s social media.

Location for Internship Work:
Must be able to work from our office – WSU Davis Campus – D2 308 (2750 University Park Blvd., Layton)

Days/Times Intern Needed-How Flexible:
Must be able to work at least 5-15 hours a week. Flexible on days and times.

Posted Nov. 18, 2020

WSU - Marketing & Communications - Student Writers - PAID

Marketing & Communications is looking for student writers who will be trained by staff before interning with a specific program or college on campus. They are are looking to fill roles with the Stewart Library, College of Education, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Department of Marketing & Communications.

All open positions are for the spring 2021 semester, but colleges and programs may want to keep the students employed longer.

If you are interested, send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to:

Posted January 28, 2021

WSU Sustainability Practices and Research Center - Sustainability Coordinator - PAID - Quick Hire

Weber State's Sustainability Practices and Research Center (SPARC) is hiring a Student Sustainability Coordinator for a 15 to 20 hour per week position. SPARC is seeking a student with a background in communications and an interest sustainability/environmental conservation who wishes to facilitate sustainability education and practices within our community (both on and off campus). The position pays $10 per hour, with opportunities for raises. 

Students can view the position and apply by visiting:  , contact Bonnie Chrisiansen with questions:

Posted Aug 24, 2020

WSU Handshake Internship Opportunities

Please see this link on Handshake for a variety of national virtual and remote internships.  Log in with your Wildcat ID to see postings.

Click here for more information

Posted Aug 13, 2020

WSU Athletics - Digital Media Internship - UNPAID

We are looking for interns to help us this upcoming Fall and Spring semesters. Interns will help us next year with filming at games, editing video, social media, and digital media work along with some graphic design work if they have any skills in that area.  This can be a paid internship if you accepted for work study.

We are looking for about 2 or 3 students who love sports and digital media who would like to help us this coming year.   We don't require much experience as it is an internship and we are flexible with school/ work schedules. Work as much or as little as you want up to about 19 hours a week, or a maximum of 39 hours every 2 weeks (basically part-time). 

If interested, please contact:

Cameron Call

Assistant Marketing Director

Weber State Athletics

Cell: 801-726-7723

Posted July 2, 2020

Utah Public Radio -  News Reporting Internship - UNPAID



Located in Cache Valley, Utah Public Radio is a state-wide, NPR-affiliated, local media outlet. We broadcast across the state and have a special focus on reporting about issues that impact rural Utah and amplifying rural voices. 

Interns at Utah Public Radio will produce multiple short news stories a week and a few longer-form stories each month. When safe to do so, it is highly encouraged that interns do their reporting in the community and focus on gathering in-person interviews and actualites for the stories they produce. Interns will need the ability to record phone calls. There are many smartphone apps available for this purpose. Although Utah Public Radio is statewide and interns may cover stories from a variety of communities in the state, interns from Weber State University will focus their reporting primarily on issues relevant to Ogden and the surrounding communities. 

This internship can be done completely remotely. Depending on the risk level in the fall, we would love to have you visit the station a few times and connect in-person with the rest of the team. Most of the internship is very flexible-- you will be able to adapt your work hours to your schedule. There are weekly team meetings (the time will be determined in the fall based on the availability of all interns) that will be held via Zoom which you will be required to attend as often as possible. 

Interns do not need previous audio reporting experience. Previous experience with news writing is preferred. This internship is for the fall semester. The start date is flexible and can be anytime after August 1. Interns will work 8-15 hours a week, depending on the specific details of their internship. Ideally, interns would spend 12-15 weeks working 12-15 hours a week reporting at Utah Public Radio. If needed, a shorter or longer internship can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.

UPR has internships available for two Weber State University students. 

Skills Needed For This Internship: 

  • News Writing

  • AP Style

  • Adobe Audition (or other comparable audio editor)

  • H1 Zoom Recorder

For this internship, students will need access to a recording device (a small hand-held recorder or a smartphone work), the ability to record phone calls (apps work for this), the ability to edit audio, the ability to record in a quiet, non-echoey spot (closets work great), over the ear headphones, access to internet and a computer to edit on.

Matilyn Mortensen

News Director, Utah Public Radio



Posted June 12, 2020

WSU Campus Marketing/Writing Internships Fall 2020 - PAID

Click here for more information

Posted May 15, 2020