New Video by the PRSSA at Utah Valley University.

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Full-time PR job at the Salt Lake City Library

The Salt Lake City Library is looking for a new Marketing & Communications Specialist. It is a job Vegor knows something about as his wife Errin has been doing it for the past year. The job entails a lot of copy writing, developing creative marketing strategies, and cultivating strong community partnerships. It is a great job, with good benefits, and you will be working in one of the best buildings in the state! Head to and apply

UVU PR grad heads to Northwestern this summer.

Mallory Black will be graduating this spring from UVU’s public relations program, and this June she will start a grad program in journalism at prestigious Northwestern University, one of the top J schools in the world. Mallory has been the News Editor for the UVU Review this year as well as participating in the 2013 Bateman Case Studies competition.

D News is looking for Summer Interns

Just heard that the Deseret News is looking for interns this summer and they are willing to pay. here is the info they gave me:


Thank you for your interest in obtaining an internship at the Deseret News during summer 2013.  Please review the following guidelines for Deseret News interns.  If you can fulfill these expectations, you are welcome to submit an application.


A complete application consists of:

    1) The information sheet filled out.

    2) Optional cover letter.

    3) Resume.

    4) Copies of clips or printouts of published work. These might not be returned. Class papers will not be accepted.


Internship requirements:

     — Sophomore or older.

     — B grade-point average or higher

     — Practical experience working for a collegiate, community or professional publication.

          — Complete an exercise that includes a copy-editing test, current-events quiz and writing exercise. It will either be given at the time of the interview or e-mailed to you ahead of time.

          — Have a car to travel to assignments, and have a phone number where you can be contacted during the internship.

           ­– If hired, you must provide documentation to the newspaper’s human-resources officer that you are legally authorized to obtain employment in the United States.


The pay rate is $8 an hour for both full- and part-time internships. Some internships are full-time (40 hours a week); some 16- to 24-hour part-time internships also are available and may include flexibility to work around class schedules.


Internships start in May or early June. A minimum of 12 weeks is expected. Interns will communicate with their supervising editors to determine exact starting and ending dates, and weekly work schedules. If time off during the semester is needed, that must be coordinated well in advance with the supervising editor.


Intern applications are due in our office by Thursday, March 14. They can be sent to

     Rachel Sterzer

     Deseret News

     P.O. Box 1257

     Salt Lake City, UT 84110

or e-mailed to


We will conduct interviews in our offices on Saturday morning, March 23. If it is not possible to arrange for that date, please contact the individual departments, as they will determine on a case-by-case basis any separate interview dates.


You can pick up an application from Vegor Pedersen in his office (LC 229)