The Red Energy Public Relations development program is an unpaid internship for currently enrolled graduate and undergraduate students seeking university credit for internship courses, independent study or a professional requirement as part of their curriculum. While our interns have come from universities nationwide, priority placement is given to our partnership schools; University of Colorado and Colorado College.
Entry into our program is competitive and applicants are required to submit resumes and work portfolios. Select students will be called for telephone interviews and in-person interviews. Upon selection, assignments will be a combination of in-office, at-home and in the community.
If you are interested and meet the above requirements please email your resume to our Development Program Director at ContactUs@RedEnergyPR.com
“My experience working with Amy Sufak was phenomenal. Amy is a highly skilled professional with an unparalleled experience in both the private sector and the government. Public Relations is something I have always been interested in and after having worked with Amy I feel like I had the knowledge needed to pursue a career in PR. I had the opportunity to refine my writing skills to include press releases, conduct media training, participate in community meetings and events, execute event planning, interact in meetings with clients, design brochures for clients, coordinate launch parties and so much more. Amy made me feel like a part of the team and my experience working with her was world-class.”
L.V., University of Colorado,
Current Employer: Hewlett Packard, Washington D.C.
“If you are looking for an internship where you will have the ability to gain insight and understanding in the communications field, Red Energy Public Relations is a great place to apply! It differs from other internship opportunities because you are faced with real situations where you can make valuable contributions, to not only a great company, but your own experience.”
T.K., Central Pennsylvania College,
“My internship at Red Energy Public Relations gave me the confidence and experience I needed in order to succeed in my future career aspirations. The internship helped me become more attentive to detail and gain knowledge that gives me an edge when writing a resume, and developing a portfolio.”
C.A., University of Colorado, Colorado Springs,
“Amy Sufak has been a wonderful PR mentor.
Her determination and strong knowledge of PR is limitless. She is a person who stands out and there is a great sense of confidence about her. Amy delivers outstanding results and has created a thriving establishment. She is very hardworking and has a lot of dedication and passion for her work.”
S.K., University of Denver
Current Employer: Colorado Access