U Chic Get Hired List (May 22)

Are you dreading to start your job or internship search? Luckily, you've got University Chic to help you out! We're out searching for awesome opportunities to help you kick-start your application process and your career. Hopefully, you'll see a job post you like in our U Chic's Get Hired List feature, posted every Tuesday.

Web Content Producer, K*USA/KTVD-TV (Denver, Colo.)
The Web Content Producer will be responsible for developing and publishing content for 9NEWS.COM website. THIS IS NOT A WEB DESIGNER OR WEB MASTER POSITION. This individual will integrate new and original content into the website along with repurposing existing news content and other elements to the site. This includes text information, video images, and multimedia content. This position requires previous experience writing and producing content for websites.

Advertising Sales Intern, Ad.com (San Francisco, Calif.)
Passionate, curious, creative? Our employees have helped to create popular and engaging online products and destinations that attract over 150 million unique visitors each month globally. As a result, AOL is a leading global web services company with a substantial worldwide audience, a suite of powerful web brands and industry leading products, and one of the largest advertising networks in the United States. We look for people that are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly excited about our mission: to inform, entertain, and connect the world.

Junior Designer, Condé Nast (New York, N.Y.)
Junior Designer will join the digital team to assist in design for web, mobile and social experiences across key Condé Nast properties. Candidates should have a keen interest in publishing and digital technology and be passionate, professional and thrive under pressure and tight deadlines.

Social Media Editor, RT News Channel (Washington, D.C.)

HLN Intern, Dr. Drew (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Interns at HLN will gain insight into the editorial decision-making process. They will be offered the opportunity to strengthen their research skills while contributing to the show. They will learn how to set-up a script with video and copy, use CNN’s databases and newsroom computer systems, and learn how to use CNN’s video database to locate video to use on the program. Interns will be greeting show guests and showing them out after their scheduled appearance.

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