We have two tracks for public relations. TRACK ONE places you directly with a high profile public relations firm whose sole duties are to manage public perception of the company that hires it. Some of the duties will include developing and writing media
- Wellington, New Zealand
- Program Type:
- Intern Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Year Round
- Work Types:
- Business, Social Sciences
- Program Description:
- The INSTITUTE for GLOBAL STUDIES makes NEW ZEALAND dream internships come true! Work alongside top marine scientists; law firms; television stations; social workers; sports marketing gurus and many more! Our 90% placement rate on hard to find custom internships and global database of leading university researchers and top executives makes us the industry leader. IGS founder Dr. David Adams, a cultural anthropologist with twenty years of working one on one with students, has personally set up many of the internships during his world travels and research. The bigger the dream, the better the internship! 17 Countries.1 Dream.
We have two tracks for public relations. TRACK ONE places you directly with a high profile public relations firm whose sole duties are to manage public perception of the company that hires it. Some of the duties will include developing and writing media releases, developing and writing resource tools for customers seeking information on the values of the company, PR initiatives, developing best practice processes and templates for the PR and Communications Manager, assisting with the development of media kits, and tracking and monitoring media results. TRACK TWO places you in the PR department of a specific business or special interest group. Work with high profile advocacy groups such as Mothers against Drunk Driving, Sierra Club, Politicians, Athletic teams, and others. Here you will have a chance to promote a particular agenda that you may believe in Job Duties Send out press releases Promote Facebook and social media Public speaking Develop press kits Create newsletters Distribute brochures Create photographic portfolio Crises management Special interest promotions PR is the practice of managing communication between an organization and its publics. Public relations provide an organization or individual exposure to their audiences using topics of public interest and news items that provide a third-party endorsement. Once common activities include speaking at conferences, working with the media, crisis management, social media and employee communication. There are various tools that can be used in the practice of public relations. Traditional tools include press releases and media kits which are sent out to generate positive press on behalf of the organization. Other widely-used tools include brochures, newsletters and annual reports. Increasingly, companies are utilizing interactive social media outlets, such as: Facebook, Blogs, Twitter, Linkedin and other social media outlets. Unlike the traditional tools which allowed for only one-way communication, social media outlets allow the organization to engage in two-way communication, and receive immediate feedback from their various stakeholders and publics. Furthermore companies can join discussions with multiple user identities to create a positive image of the company (e.g. quantity of positive statements from different users). Publicity is the spreading of information to gain public awareness for a product, person, service, cause or organization, and can be seen as a result of effective public relations planning. More recently in public relations, professionals are using technology as their main tool to get their messages to target audiences. With the creation of social networks, blogs, and even Internet radio public relations professionals are able to send direct messages through these mediums that attract the target audiences. Methods used to find out what is appealing to target audiences include the use of surveys, conducting research or even focus groups. Tactics are the ways to attract target audiences by using the information gathered about that audience and directing a message to them using tools such as social mediums or other technology.
IGS programs are the best programs for the money. We have purposefully kept cost below our competitors to allow us to work with deserving students. You will get one on one counseling throughout the process and we are available seven days per week. We provide students a letter of reccomendation as needed. And our founder, Dr. David Adams, can serve as a job reference in the future.
- Setting Description:
- We work in big cities like Auckland and Wellington as well as rural locations. You can choose your location for most internships. IGS provides a contact person for each country. You will be picked up at the airport and shown your internship location. Next, we will tak you to your housing. You are guaranteed a private room a short commute to your job site. We try to place you where you can make friends easily in parts of town with other students and in housing options with people like yourself. We want you to be comfortable!
- Four Weeks $2335 Six Weeks $3255 Eight Weeks $3850 Twelve Weeks $4495 $500 more for custom internships Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, and Europe cost around $300 more per each four weeks.
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