The goal of the Tanner Friedman internship program is to provide student participants with a meaningful, multidimensional, “real world” experiences that will enhance their educational backgrounds and help build a foundation on which they can base a professional career.

We want our interns to learn and contribute, with an opportunity to do both, in a range of areas, including research, writing, media relations and client meetings. Our interns are enrolled college students earning class credit toward their college degree.

Students seeking a degree in public relations, communications or journalism are preferred, in particular those who have successfully completed a basic level of corresponding college course work.

Among the skills most important to any PR professional: good judgment, strong writing, solid communications skills, ability to think creatively, proficiency in multitasking and competence to work effectively both individually and as part of a team.

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To be considered, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter, by the deadlines below, to Paige Long (

Spring session (January - April), resumes must be in by Oct. 1

Summer session (May - August), resumes must be in by Feb. 1

Fall session (September - December), resumes must be in by Aug. 1