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Marketing/Communications Intern - Health Sciences (ETS) | Temporary

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You need strong writing skills, a GPA of 3.0+, client service abilities, organization, interest in PR/public health, and Microsoft Office proficiency. Bonus for media relations/social media experience.
  • You will support communication efforts by creating press materials, coordinating media interviews, crafting social media content, analyzing coverage reports, organizing events, and collaborating on campaign projects.

Off-cycle Internship



  • As a Health Sciences Communications Intern in Emory University’s Department of Communications and Marketing for Summer 2024, you’ll become part of a select intern cohort at the forefront of advancing the university's brand evolution. As an integral member of the Health Sciences team, your role will involve enhancing Emory's health science-focused communications through creating compelling content, facilitating media relations, and supporting multimedia projects that spotlight our groundbreaking research and events. This unique internship experience isn't just about supporting day-to-day tasks; it's about immersing yourself in a collaborative environment, actively participating in campaigns with real-world implications and seizing professional development opportunities designed to empower your career ambitions.


  • Available for 20 hours each week during the summer 2024 semester.
  • Pursuing or recently completed a degree (B.S., B.A., M.A., or M.S.) with a GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • Demonstrated excellence in writing and presenting.
  • Strong relationship-building and client service skills.
  • A detail-oriented and organized approach to tasks.
  • An interest in writing, public relations, and/or public health.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint, Excel, and Word.
  • A positive and professional attitude.
  • Experience with media relations and/or social media is a plus.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Support the creation of diverse communications materials, including drafting press releases, pitch letters, and feature articles for our internal publications.
  • Play a key role in coordinating media interviews, acting as a liaison between university experts and journalists to facilitate smooth and effective media engagements.
  • Craft engaging social media content to highlight university events, breakthrough research findings, or key leadership announcements, expanding our digital footprint and audience engagement.
  • Expand our digital footprint and audience engagement by crafting social media content that highlights university events, breakthrough research findings, or key leadership announcements.
  • Help the team measure the impact of our communications efforts and refine strategies for future outreach by compiling and analyzing media coverage reports.
  • Contribute to Emory’s campus by helping organize memorable university events.
  • Dive into a wealth of professional development opportunities, broadening your horizons and building your network.
  • Collaborate on a campaign project from conception to execution.


Work type

Full time

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