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Should I be a PR Intern?
Internships can give a big boost up your career ladder in public relations. Lots
of leads and links, and don't miss the 'best tip' for making the most of your intern time.

Finding a Win-Win PR Internship
An internship with a public relations firm can help kickstart your career in the field. Brian Gottesman has some suggestions.

Networking Without an Internship
There's more than one way to land that first job in public relations. Other than the internship route, Sarah Smith offers five suggestions on how to open the door to a new PR career.

How to Start Your Dream Career in Public Relations
More entry-level jobs in public relations are won through personal networks than by job boards and ads. Amanda DiSilvestro provides six tips on how to network your way to a PR career while still an intern at college.

New PR Graduates: Words of Advice
Breaking into public relations fresh out of college is as tough as it's ever been, but Dick Pirozzolo has an insider's take on how to knock at open doors.

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The database is a large dynamic collection of internships available. Listings are listed and updated by the actual employers ensuring the most recent and accurate information. Search for internships by company name, location, and/or profession. 

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Internships in Marketing
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Capital Hill Internships and Entry-Level Jobs
Intern opportunities in public affairs, legislative job and public relations in Washington, DC area.

USTR Internship

The press office in the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), an agency within the Executive Office of the President, offers non-paid internships throughout the year for Communications students. The intern will perform basic media relations duties including compiling press clips, fielding media calls and assisting in press conferences. Intern applicants must be US citizens and not hold dual citizenship. The prospective candidate will also undergo an FBI name check. Applicants should e-mail resumes to

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