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This event will offer students and alumni the opportunity to explore the intersections of media, technology, and design – in a fast-changing and incredibly virtual space. A diverse panel of thought leaders from various industries, including technology, media, and the arts will discuss how their industries are moving forward post-pandemic.
- Sarah Conway, Senior Reporter & Special Project Manager at City Bureau
- Nazia Roof, Digital Transformation Leader at CBIC
- David Elutilo, Head of Operations and Lead Developer at The Triibe
- Olivia Mancuso, Community Director of 2112
Thursday, June 3rd, 12:00 pm CDT – 1:00 pm CDT
Check out their website for the guidelines and submit by May 14th
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Please read the opportunities carefully for graduate and undergraduate students.Continue reading “Spring Internship Opportunities!”
If you’re interested in a career in the publishing industry, you might have come across editing certificate programs.
If you’re unsure of what they are, how they can help, or if you even need a certificate, check out this blogpost written by Miranda Lukatch for new and upcoming editors.
As an independent editor and author, Miranda Lukatch gives advice on what to consider when researching and applying for editing certificate programs. Now a professional in the industry, this is the sort of information she would have found helpful when starting out.
The deadline to submit to the 11th annual Spring English conference has been extended to this Friday, May 15th!
Initially, the department intended to host the conference through a website featuring video panels that could be accessed any time. After further consideration and discussion with students, however, the English department has decided to shift to synchronous panels to be held on Friday, June 5, 1-5pm via Zoom. The sessions will be recorded and posted to the conference website so that individuals who aren’t able to attend can later access the content. This approach will come closest to generating the energy and intellectual engagement of our annual event.
AmeriCorps and Northwestern Settlement are searching for individuals for two of their summer positions. Descriptions below:
AmeriCorps Member Camp Counselor (Seasonal June 29-Aug 16; Living Stipend and Education Award) – This position is only available for current students as it includes an education award. The Junior AmeriCorps members will be in charge of working with the campers on devising/producing their production. They will supervise campers and lead daily activities, working closely with Teaching Artists to design and implement lesson plans.
Co-Lead Teaching Artist (seasonal, 30/hr (June 29-Aug.16) +$500 planning stipend before camp starts) – Co Lead Teaching Artists plan and implement all programming during the day for an ensemble of 30 students ages 9-14. Through drama activities, discussions and field trips, Trailblazer Campers will devise their own performance to present at the end of the 7 weeks. Teaching Artists guide this process along.
Full position announcements with details are available in the following documents:
AmeriCorps would love to have DePaul students apply. If interested, please send Jamie Macpherson, Adventure Stage’s education manager, your resume and cover letter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ever wonder what it’s like to work at an art museum?
Area students and emerging job seekers, as well as college and university faculty and staff, are invited to a day of career-focused programming at the Art Institute of Chicago. Several DePaul students will be giving gallery talks.
The program will include:
• A museum careers panel
• Gallery talks led by college and university students
• Breakout sessions with museum staff
• A reception for all guests featuring intern alumni and museum staff
• Information about internships and job opportunities
EVENT DATE AND TIME:
Saturday, February 15, 2020
10:30am to 5pm
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 South Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603