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  • Corporate Internships and Rotational Programs

  • Distribution Center Internships

  • Pharmacy Corporate Internship Program

  • Pharmacy Educational Assistance Programs

  • Pharmacy Internship Program

  • Pharmacy Residency Programs

  • Pharmacy Technician / Job Shadow

  • Pharmacy Technician Externship Program

  • Retail Internships


City of Chattanooga Internship: Summer 2014 The City of Chattanooga Office of Multicultural Affairs is recruiting applicants for the Summer 2014 City Government Internship. Our goal is to provide paid work experience in public service; get young adults excited about working for the City of Chattanooga; and keep Chattanooga's best and brightest right here in our wonderful city! Five applicants will be selected as interns for June 2 - June 30, 2014 Aplicants must be juniors or seniors in college or recent graduates.(Undergraduate or Graduate)Applicants must commit to working 40 hours a week. No exceptions.Applicants will be paid $1500 for their participation.Applicants must be available to work during the hours of 8:00 and 4:30, Monday - Friday. No exceptions. To apply: Send resume by May 2nd, 2014 to with INTERNSHIP in the subject. Applicants will be contacted in early May for the next steps in the application process. No phone calls please. Spring 2014 City Government Interns



WRCB TV Channel 3

WRCB Internship Program Job Title: InternChattanooga's NBC affiliate provides one highly competitive paid internship each semester to a college upperclassman.The internship program at WRCB-TV and is designed to allow a student to apply their classroom knowledge to a working newsroom. Internships rotate in key areas of a newsroom: Broadcast Producing, Web Producing, Reporting, Photographer/Editor, and Assignment Desk. Students will learn about the television industry from the business and technical sides in all areas.Application deadlines:Fall Semester: July 1stSpring Semester: November 1stSummer Semester: May 1stWRCB-TV and Student Internship Requirements:• Students must be sponsored by and receive credit from an accredited college and be at least junior or senior level. No high school interns will be considered.• Students must have prior written approval from a school professor or counselor who will serve as administrator of this individual's internship program.• Internship positions are paid, and should receive scholastic credit. The work hours are 10-15 hours per week depending on the department and student.• Internships last a minimum of three months.• Students should be pursuing communications, journalism, or broadcast-related degrees. • Must be in the top 20% of your class in course related work in your major.• Must be familiar with current news events.• Prefer to be able to work two six hour shifts per week and be available to work on special projects as needed.Candidates should submit a resume, letter of recommendation from a college instructor/advisor, and the completed application. Please email all material to Karen Hinkle at


Internship Opportunities

Not all internships are available every semester. Some internship are paid, but this varies a great deal. To list a job or internship that is available with your company or organization, please contact Dr. Betsy Alderman by emailing


Non-profit public relations

  • American Cancer Society

  • American Hiking Society

  • American Junior Golf Association

  • Arts & Education Council

  • Bethlehem Community Center

  • Boy Scouts of America

  • Camp Ozark

  • Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Chattanooga Area Food Bank

  • Chattanooga Cares

  • Chattanooga Hamilton County Bicentennial Library

  • Chattanooga Medical Society

  • Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Authority

  • Chattanooga Nature Center

  • Chattanooga Presents

  • Chattanooga Room in the Inn

  • Chattanooga Track Club

  • Creative Discovery Museum

  • Dallas Bay Baptist Church

  • Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity

  • Grow Chattanooga

  • Hamilton County Department of Education (HCDE)

  • Hope 808

  • Intern Match Chattanooga

  • Internship Opportunities

  • March for Dimes

  • Museum Center at 5 Points

  • Origin Church

  • Outdoor Chattanooga

  • P.A.W.S at UTC

  • Partnership for Families, Children,and Adults

  • Public Education Foundation (PEF)

  • Riverbend

  • Senator Bob Corker Internship

  • Senator Lamar Alexander Internship Program

  • Signal Centers

  • South Tree

  • Southeast Tennessee Tourism Association

  • Tennessee Department of Education

  • Tennessee Legislative Internship Program

  • Tennessee Valley Public Power

  • The First Tee Chattanooga

  • UT/TSU Horticulture Extension

  • YMCA Young Women's Leadership Academy

For profit Public Relations/Agencies/Advertising/Marketing

  • 3H Group Hotel

  • Advance Surgical Concepts,PLLC

  • Athlon Sports

  • Blissful Moments Wedding & Event Planning

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Tennessee

  • Burns Entertainment

  • CBL Properties

  • Chattanooga Convention Center and Visitors Bureau

  • Chattanooga Riverboat Co.

  • Chatty Crafty

  • Clear Channel Chattanooga

  • CMC Publication

  • Comcast

  • Crabtree Farms

  • Derryberry PR LLC

  • Foresight Management Development Co.

  • Jarrad Phillips Cate & Hancock, Inc.

  • The John Group

  • The Johnson Group

  • La Paz

  • La Quinta

  • Life Care Center of America

  • Logic Marketing

  • Metamorphosis Media

  • Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

  • Parkridge Health System

  • Propex

  • Pure Barre Studios Chattanooga

  • R & R Marketing

  • Ringgold Telephone Company

  • Soiree of Chattanooga

  • Southern Salvage Internship

  • Speech & Hearing Center

  • St. Barnabas Senior Living

  • The Buckle Inc.

  • The Sound Office

  • Trans Card

  • UNUM

  • US Express Inc.

  • Volkswagen

  • Walden Security

  • Waterhouse PR

  • Weather Channel

Writing Publication / Magazine

  • American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME)

  • Blue Ribbon College/Journal Communications

  • Chattanooga News Chronicle

  • Chattanooga Times Free Press

  • Detroit News

  • Dow News Fund

  • Gannett Development Program

  • Hamilton Herald Kickoff Publications Newsletter & Electronic Publisher Foundation (NEPF)

  • Nooga.Com

  • The Parent Magazine

  • The Pulse

  • The Tennessean

  • Thomas Nelson True

  • North Custom Publishing

  • USA Today Collegiate Correspondent Program

Broadcasting (Television and Radio and other production facilities)

Positions may be available in news, production, promotions and other areas 


  • Brewer Media Group

  • Deaton Flanigen Productions


  • Hits 96 Radio

  • IRTS Summer Foundation

  • Precept Ministries International

  • RCTV-Comcast Channel 22 & Charter Channel 23

  • RCTV-Roswell City Tennessee Charter Channel 23

  • Scripps Networks 6

  • Strong Media


  • Williams Web

  • WPLZ News Talk 95.3




  • WTVC-News Channel 9 -SBG

National & International Internships

Information about national and international internships programs can be found at UTC's International and National Exchange Programs.

Examples of internship opportunities in Washington, D.C. include

  • American Society of Magazine Editors

  • Fund for American Studies

  • Service members Legal Defense Network

  • Washington Center

  • Washington Center for Politics & Journalism (WCP & J)

  • Washington Internship Institute

NOTE: Are there others you'd like to explore? See the internship director. All internship placement must be approved by the internship director.

Other Internship & Job Resources

  • UTC Placement and Student Employment Center - Find job opportunities in the Chattanooga area.

  • - Find job opportunities in the Chattanooga area.

  • Times Free Press Job Center - Find job opportunities in the Chattanooga area.

  • - Check out an up-to-date list of internships available in the entertainment industry at Many of the internships listed are with reputable companies. But be sure to check out the company first, especially if it says "confidential" or if its a company you have never heard of before.

  • - Ad Age, the leading trade publication for the advertising industry, provides classified listings for jobs in advertising.

  • - American Advertising Federation Job Bank.

  • AD Week's Media Job Market - Job listings in the advertising industry.

  • - Created by the Association of American Publishers, provides you with an up-to-date list of internships and entry-level jobs in the publishing world. The site also provides you with background information on the industry.

  • - Want a job in the Internet industry? Check out's high tech job listings.

  • - Looking for jobs in public relations? The Public Relations Society of America (an industry group) provides listings of current jobs.

  • - The Public Relations Student Society of America provides a useful job center for finding internships and jobs in public relations. You'll need to be a member of PRSSA to access the full features of the job center, but if you're not a member the site still provides links to other job resources.

  • - Want to find a job in the entertainment industry (Film, TV, Radio, Music, and more)? Check out and be sure to click on "Breaking In ...." found under Resources in the left hand menu.



Chattanooga Zoo
Urban League

Internships Interested in furthering your education while working with a dedicated staff at the Chattanooga Zoo? We are currently looking for interns to serve in many different departments including; administration, education, animal husbandry, graphic design, marketing and more! If you are interested, please fill out our online Internship Application. Application Deadlines: Summer - April 1st Fall/Winter - August 1st Spring - November 1st Position Descriptions: Keeper Assistant - A Keeper Assistant will work side by side with a Keeper learning about daily husbandry, training, medical and maintenance of exhibits and animals. - Interns work in two of the Zoo's animal areas shadowing a Keeper for 7 - 8 weeks in each area. - Interns are responsible for learning routines, animal observances, assisting with training and enrichment and possible research projects. Herpetology Assistant - In the Herpetology Department, most of your time will be spent assisting Herpetology staff perform daily maintenance of the Zoo's reptile collection with the rest of your time spent working on Hellbender research and care. - This may include field work as needed. - Interns are responsible for collecting information, learning husbandry routines and possible research projects. Nutrition/Rehabilitation Assistant - In the Nutrition/Rehab Department, your time will be split evenly between various nutrition and rehabilitation tasks. - This internship would include assisting in the rehab of local injured wildlife, diet preparation for existing Zoo animals, researching animal diets or case by case injuries in our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Veterinary Tech Assistant - Assisting our Veterinary Technician will consist of half of your time spent in Rehabilitation and the other half in Veterinary Services. - Position may include data entry, animal research, keeper husbandry and various other tasks depending on the season Marketing/Development Assistant - All of your time will be spent assisting the Marketing/Development staff - Duties range from prospect research, data management, special events, social media and much more.



Over 20 local companies are scheduled to be at the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's fall job fair. The event is free, however, registration is required. Click the link to learn how:



Urban League of Greater Chattanooga to hold fall job fair

Posted: Sep 19, 2014 9:09 PM EST Updated: Sep 20, 2014 12:25 AM EST


CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) - Get your resumes ready. Over 20 local companies are scheduled to be at the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's fall job fair. The event is free, however, registration is required.It will be held Tuesday, September 30th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Companies like Bi-Lo, Erlanger, Walmart and the Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union will be there.To register call Rosie Russell at (423) 756-1762.






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