American Lung Association

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION

Internships with the American Lung Association in Florida office in Jacksonville are shadow based as opposed to apprenticeship based. There are hundreds of individual skills you can learn by spending time with the country’s oldest voluntary health organization. During your program, you will work alongside one staff member of the organization, fulfilling your credit requirement through on-the­ job experience. Not everything you do will be glamorous, but you will be doing the exact same things that your supervisor is involved with. You will be asked to plan, promote and executive your own fundraising event with the guidance of your supervisor, this will allow you to fully comprehend the event planning process and logistical operations of fundraising. In addition, you will attend meetings, presentations, events and more.

All interns are strongly encouraged to complete the program for credit, fulfilling the hour requirement of their individual program. All students must first submit a resume and visit the ALA offices for an interview. This is a competitive internship typically with more applicants than we can accept. All majors are accepted from all public and private educational institutions.

ALA Advertising Internship

  • Assist the Development staff in the creation of signage, e-mail campaigns, on line promotion, LUNG FORCE Run/Walk website and Fight For Air Climb website.
  • Assist in the distribution or delivery of marketing materials
  • Prepare presentations
  • Open and sort mail
  • Provide support to social media efforts
  • Maintain tracking report of public relations activity
  • Create media lists for potential advertising opportunities, including local radio, newspapers, news channels etc. and their advertising prices.
  • Create fliers, posters and other advertising material for our signature events
  • Students will set their own weekly schedule, but would be required to attend any evening or weekend events.

Please submit all resumes to karen.hughes@lung.org.

To learn more about the American Lung Association log onto http://www.lung.org 

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