Cumulus DC has openings for Spring, Summer & Fall Interns at Employer DC. The ideal candidate will be dependable, hardworking and self-motivated while maintaining a great attitude and work ethic.Who we are:Cumulus Washington, DC currently features 2 stations in the DC Metro Area and the surrounding counties. WRQX and WMAL reach well over a million listeners on a daily basis. At Cumulus Washington, DC we strive to hire passionate, driven, resourceful, problem solvers who have the ability to drive the evolving, diverse culture of the Power of Radio to success. A leader in the radio broadcasting industry, Employer (NASDAQ:CMLS) combines high-quality local programming with iconic,nationally syndicated media, sports and entertainment brands to deliver premium content choices to the 245 million people reached each week through its 454 owned-and-operated stations broadcasting in 90 US media markets (including eight of the top 10), more than 8,200 broadcast radio stations affiliated with its Westwood One network and numerous digital channels. Together, the Cumulus/Westwood One platforms make Employer one of the few media companies that can provide advertisers with national reach and local impact.Cumulus/Westwood One is the exclusive radio broadcast partner to some of the largest brands in sports and entertainment, including the NFL, the NCAA, the Masters, the Olympics, and the GRAMMY's. Additionally, it is the nation's leading provider of country music and lifestyle content through its NASH brand, which serves country fans nationwide through radio programming, NASH Country Weekly magazine, concerts, licensed products and television/video. Our Opportunity:Cumulus DC has openings for Spring, Summer & Fall Interns at Employer DC. The ideal candidate will be dependable, hardworking and self-motivated while maintaining a great attitude and work ethic. Please note in your cover letter for which semester you are applying.General ResponsibilitiesPost on station's social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Handle listener relations by contacting prize winners and returning voicemailsMaintain a prize winner databaseSelect winners from the webOrganize and file prize winner informationWrite copy for promotions and digital efforts and perform web updatesAssist and shadow the street team at various station events and appearances in the D. C. Metro AreaUpload pictures on Facebook, station websitePrepare for events by creating event materials, packing binsAttend sales calls throughout the sales process to learn client relationship buildingResearch, network, and discover compelling avenues for business partnerships with the stationsExecute client related promotional campaigns, station events, and concertsCollect all deliverables of campaign and prepare recap materialsQualifications/ RequirementsInternships are available to college students only. Advisor written verification that the applicant will receive class credit is required. Must be available for a minimum of 16 hours per week dependent upon the number of credits to be earned. Past experience and dedication to broadcasting as a career are assets, and often will enhance a student s chances of selection.