MHB WEEKLY: By the students, for the world

Job Listings, Week of 1/24/2011 | January 26, 2011

Part of the MHB program is an internship, as students choose among the myriad L.A.-based job and internship listings in the following fields: HR, market research, marketing, advertising, PR, social media and management. Here are options from this week:

Human Resources Intern (apply here)
H&M Communications (Los Angeles, CA)
“H&M Communications is an award-winning, results-driven full-service multicultural boutique marketing agency in Los Angeles, specializing in entertainment, B2B, and lifestyle marketing. We are seeking qualified interns in our LA offices. Responsibilities include: assisting the HR department; maintaining files keeping them organized and up to date; posting job opportunities; light accounting; and brainstorming. All candidates must be bilingual (read and write in Spanish and English) with prior experience and/or interest in pursuing a career in Human Resources, Marketing or Communications.”

Research & Analytics Intern (apply here)
Fanscape (Los Angeles, CA)
“Fanscape is the leading social media marketing agency with more than a decade of experience reaching and activating consumers to foster targeted word-of-mouth marketing through online and emerging media. Fanscape’s online influencer marketing experts have in-depth understanding of niche audiences and consumer behaviors across the Web, providing highly measurable, earned media strategies for major corporations and leading entertainment, technology and travel companies, including: M&Ms, MTV, GameStop,, TV Guide Network, Kia Motors, Lay’s and more. We seek interns for our Research and Analytics Department who will assist with developing client proposals, monitoring marketing campaigns, analyzing social media content, competitive analysis and basic market research. The applicant should be knowledgeable about social media marketing, related technology and industry trends.”

Human Resources Intern (apply here) (West Los Angeles, CA)
“Our company is seeking an Intern to gain experience in Human Resources. The primary focus of this position is to work on hands-on projects. The internship is a part-time (15-20 hours a week), non-paid position and reports to the HR Manager. This is an ideal position for the individual who wants exposure in the sports and entertainment industry. The ideal candidate will be someone who is pursuing one or more of the following degrees: Human Resources Management, Business Administration, Psychology, Organizational Development, or Communications. You must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be proficient in MS Office and be willing and able to maintain confidentiality.”


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