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Paid Internship Now Available with Capstone National Partners
22 Jan 2014

Paid Internship Now Available with Capstone National Partners


Internship Location: 759 N. Milwaukee Street, Suite 601, Milwaukee, WI 

Capstone National Partners is a full-service public affairs firm with offices in Washington, DC and Milwaukee. We offer government affairs and public relations services to a wide variety of Wisconsin and national clients.

Internship Summary: An internship with Capstone National Partners will give you a wide range of public relations and government relations opportunities. You’ll assist the CNP team providing public relations, marketing and government affairs services to clients that include tech start-up companies, research institutions, construction firms and developers, trade organizations and alternative energy companies.

Public Relations Responsibilities

Assist with writing and distributing approved press releases
Update and maintain media distribution lists
Assist with media relations, following-up with members of the media to track and ensure client placement
Assist with building press kits
Assist with planning and executing special events

Government Relations Responsibilities

Assist with research projects

General Office Responsibilities

Handle office mailings and other daily operations
Assist with answering phones when needed
Run errands as needed – compensation for mileage applicable

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Power Point
Be a dependable team player able to work independently in a fast-paced environment;
Have strong writing skills
Be able to manage numerous projects simultaneously and be highly organized;
Hold interest in government, politics, public relations, communications, nonprofit management;
Ability to adhere to deadlines;
Additionally, skills in graphic and/or design are an asset, but not required.
Essential Requirements

Microsoft Office Suite


Intern must be available to work between 20 and 30 hours a week between 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday during the semester.

Application Process:  For best consideration, applicants should submit the required materials by Feb. 1st.  Applicants need to submit a resume, cover letter, and a writing sample (1 to 2 pages in length) to


If you have any questions, please contact Kate Venne.



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