Apply for an AQHA Internship
If you’re a hard-working, enthusiastic college student looking for an exciting internship in the equine industry, apply for a spring AQHA internship.
September 11, 2017
American Quarter Horse Association
The American Quarter Horse Association is proud to offer three paid Spring 2018 internships. AQHA offers a Communications and Digital Marketing internship, Marketing and Publicity internship and an AQHA Media internship. AQHA’s internships are based in Amarillo and reach into all aspects of the equine industry, regardless of discipline. The deadline to apply is September 15.
AQHA Communications and Digital Marketing Internship
Qualified candidates will be challenged to create search-engine-optimized blog posts about a variety of horse topics, create email newsletters, contribute content to websites, manage several social networks, help with AQHA events and functions, and assist with digital marketing campaigns.
AQHA Marketing and Publicity Internship
Qualified candidates will be challenged to write press releases about the American Quarter Horse and related activities, manage several social networks, assist in script writing for events, help with AQHA events and functions, and assist with various promotions, advertising and marketing programs.
AQHA Media Internship
Qualified candidates will be challenged to write for AQHA’s print publications as well as contribute to coverage of the AQHA Convention, AQHA Cowboy Mounted Shooting World Championships, Level 1 Championships and other spring events. Learn more about the spring AQHA Media internship.
How to apply for any or all three internships:
- Complete an AQHA Employment Application
- Email resume, cover letter, personal essay and two to five writing samples to email@example.com. Be sure to mention the internship(s) for which you are applying.
The spring internships deadline is September 15. Applicants can find more information and FAQs on internship responsibilities at www.aqha.com/internships.
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