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Communications Intern
PowerSouth Energy Cooperative | Andalusia, Alabama
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PowerSouth provides a learning environment for communications interns. Intern must be a student at a four-year university and progressing toward a degree in the field of Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or a related field. The internship must be under the auspices of or sanctioned by the university. The intern will assist the Communications Department with a variety of projects, including: publications, media releases, digital communications, graphic design, photography, video production and speech writing. Intern must demonstrate responsibility, show pride in work performed, demonstrate flexibility in acceptance of assignments and schedules, maintain professional behavior and appearance, and exhibit dependability. PowerSouth offers competitive internship compensation.

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About PowerSouth Energy Cooperative

PowerSouth Energy Cooperative, headquartered in Andalusia, Ala., is a generation and transmission cooperative that provides the wholesale power needs of 20 distribution members â?" 16 electric cooperatives and four municipal electric systems â?" in Alabama and northwest Florida. For 66 years, PowerSouth has remained a trusted energy provider for our distribution members, who provide electric energy to nearly 800,000 consumers in 39 Alabama counties and 10 Florida counties. With a combined generating capacity of more than 1,600 megawatts, PowerSouth's generation facilities are the James A. Vann, Jr. Combined Cycle Power Plant in Gantt, Ala.; the Charles R. Lowman Power Plant in Leroy, Ala.; the Maury A. McWilliams Combined Cycle Power Plant in Gantt, Ala.; the McIntosh Power Plant in McIntosh, Ala.; the Gantt and Point A hydroelectric plants in Gantt, Ala., on the Conecuh River; and an ownership interest in the James H. Miller, Jr. Electric Generating Plant in Birmingham, Ala. A diverse generating mix that includes natural gas, coal, water (hydro), and a disciplined fuel supply hedging program minimizes the impact of significant increases in the cost of any single fuel source. PowerSouth also utilizes long-term purchased power agreements on other utilities to ensure an economic and reliable power supply for our members. PowerSouth is owned by 20 distribution members, who govern and set policy through a 40-member board of trustees composed of two voting delegates from each distribution system.

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