MCHD begins search for new wave of communication interns

April 6, 2018

For Immediate RELEASE


For More Information, please contact: 

Christopher Elliott, Public Information Officer

C:  936.537.0611


DATE:  April 6, 2018

MCHD begins search for new wave of communication interns

CONROE – The Montgomery County Hospital District (MCHD) is offering summer, spring and fall internships for communication students interested in pursuing a career journalism and public relations. We have multiple openings and will provide students the opportunity to learn in all aspects of digital communication in a newsroom-modeled environment.

MCHD provides EMS services as well as indigent healthcare to the residents of Montgomery County. Medically, MCHD is a pacesetter and innovator in EMS practice. The Public Information Office tries to be progressive in its coverage, which includes professional-quality videos, out-of-the-ordinary social media campaigns and an emphasis on quality press releases and feature stories. Interns will have the opportunity to ride in ambulances, go to community events as a company representative and sit in on board meetings of one the largest government entities in the fastest-growing city in the United States.

Interested students should have experience in AP Style writing or strong copy-editing skills. Students with video and photography backgrounds and portfolios are also encouraged to apply if interested in learning AP Style and becoming a well-rounded storyteller.  An interest in social media and the ability to meet deadlines is a must. Students will be working on producing content that will be published weekly to build their portfolios. This is not a busy-work internship.

Interested students should send a cover letter, resume, 2 letters of recommendation and 3 clips (either writing, photography, video, copy editing or social media posts) to This is an unpaid internship.

Montgomery County Hospital District’s mission is to care for the indigent and provide EMS services while protecting the interest of taxpayers and ensuring long-term stability through fund development.  For more information about the Montgomery County Hospital District please go to