Georgia Association of Broadcasters Internship

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6 West Druid Hills Drive NE, Suite 330
Atlanta, G A 30329
(P) 770.395.7200 (F) 770.395.7235
INTERNSHIP
Georgia Association of Broadcasters
Description
Be part of a dynamic, growing association in the broadcast industry that offers an exciting career
orientated internship opportunity. Interns must be willing to contribute to all of the functions
necessary to complete the mission of the GAB. The best candidate will display initiative, creativity
and the ability to adapt to the ever-changing challenges facing traditional and digital broadcast media.
Responsibilities
  • Assist with coordinating efforts for GAB events
  • Assist with the execution of GAB events
  • Assist with administering member benefit programs
  • Update member contact information in database
  • Attend GAB events and engage with attendees and members
  • Assist with Government Relations efforts
  • Assist with Member Relations efforts
  • Assist with mailings, print production
  • Provide staff support as needed
Requirements
  • Strong organization skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Exemplary people skills
  • A passion and curiosity for the broadcast industry

 

More info:

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UPDATE

How to Apply:

Please send your resume to Allison Fulton, Director of Sales at afulton@gab.org
A Note from Jillann Hertel:
“They did not request more than a resume, but I always recommend going the extra mile
to write a cover letter and attach that as well. The letter exercises professionalism and it will 
exhibit your communication skills. You should also include the letter in the body of your email OR
write a brief overview letter in the email and indicate that a more robust letter is attached.
 
Also please be sure to have your subject line indicate that you are applying for the internship. You may 
want to drop a Georgia Tech in the subject line too. Employers typically prefer Tech students!”