Marketing and Communications

Opportunities for students in University Marketing and Communications

Apply to our internship/student work program and change your world.

Gain real-life work experience and confidence before you graduate. Learn key skills and strengthen your resume. You will develop network connections in your chosen field which may lead to your first job after graduation.

We selectively recruit interns, student employees and volunteers typically before the beginning of each semester for opportunities in these areas:


Sports Information interns and student workers assist the Director of Athletic Communications by writing sports news releases, recording stats via statcrew, disseminating stats and reporting post-game results to the media.

Contact Ethan Hulsey at for more information on positions available in Athletics.

Communications and PR

Interns and student employees assist professional staff with writing news releases, brief news stories and articles for newsletters, conducting research, scheduling interviews and much more.

Contact Janet Kacskos at for more information on positions available in Communications and PR.

Graphic Design Intern

Work with the Director of Web and Creative Services and Graphic Designers to develop graphic projects—from concept to completion. These projects include printed publications, marketing collateral and advertising design.

Contact our office at for more information.


Photographer: Work with the entire University Marketing and Communications team shooting photos for news publications, graphic design projects and sports events. 

Photo Archivist: As a photo archivist, students work with the University Marketing and Communications team to organize and retrieve photographs from our internal database for the creation of marketing materials. 

Scheduler: The photo scheduler organizes and schedules photo shoots and manages a group of student photographers. 

Contact our office at for more information on positions available in Photography.

Social Media Intern

Works to help engage, motivate, inspire, and inform the students of MU over social media platforms. We are looking for someone who can’t get away from their phones and lives on the internet. Someone who is able to put their lives in 140 characters and still has room for more. A person who is involved and is looking to help get the message out to the students about everything MU.

Contact Janet Kacskos at for more information.

Web and Design Specialist Assistant Intern

Supports the work of the Web and Design Specialist in the creation and maintenance of the University's website and digital communications.

Contact Kelly Herr at for more information.