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Crook & Folly, DePaul University’s award-winning, all-student journal of literature and art, seeks applications from graduate and undergraduate students for two challenging and exciting volunteer positions as 2021-22 Editors-in-Chief.
The new editors will connect with the current editors sometime during Summer 2021 and will hire their section editors during Fall quarter 2020. In usual years Editors-In-Chief must be enrolled and available during all regular quarters of the entire 2021-2022 academic year, and must be enrolled and in-residence at DePaul for the Winter and Spring 2021 quarters. Campus/remote expectations for the editors will shift in accordance with University guidelines for on-campus operations.
Candidates for Editor-in-Chief should write a one-page (around 250 words) application letter describing relevant experience and commitment as well as vision for the magazine, and email it, as an attachment, to Professor Borich on or before 11:59 PM on Monday May 10th, 2021: firstname.lastname@example.org. Professor Borich, the outgoing faculty advisor, will team up with Professor Ted Anton, the incoming faculty advisor, to conduct interviews via Zoom in mid-May, and make the appointments before the end of Spring Quarter 2021. Please apply only if you are interested in the Editor-in-Chief position. All applications are considered, but current Crook & Folly staff members receive priority consideration for the head editor slots. (We strongly encourage newcomers to wait to apply to editorial staff positions in the Fall). Crook & Folly will call for staff and section editor applications in September 2021.
If you have questions about what the work of the Editors-in-Chief entails, please email email@example.com and ask the current Crook & Folly editors Caley and Jessica for their assistance.
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Please read the opportunities carefully for graduate and undergraduate students.Continue reading “Spring Internship Opportunities!”
Jobs at Art Museums (JAM) is a career awareness event at the Art Institute of Chicago. This year the event has been reimagined as a series of 12 presentations on Zoom over the course of winter and spring. Each talk will focus on a different theme, from Art & Science, to Community Programs, to “Handle with Care” (staff who actually touch objects), and more.
College and university students are invited to conversations with museum professionals representing a variety of departments and fields. Learn about upcoming internship and career opportunities and virtually socialize with peers and museum staff.
Please see details and how to register at this link.
Happy New Year!
If you are planning to apply for a Graduate Assistantship in 2021-22, please use the link below to our Scholarship Connect website. Applications are due by January 31st for new and continuing students.
For Undergraduate students, take this opportunity into consideration if you’re applying for graduate school.
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 Direct Action and Research Training Center (DART) will hold an online info session on Wednesday, March 18 at 6 pm central to discuss careers in community organizing. All DePaul students and alumni welcome, particularly those graduating before January 2021.
RSVP at www.thedartcenter.org/DePaul
DART organizations unite congregations to work for social, economic and racial justice, including:
* Plugging the school-to-prison pipeline
* Reining in predatory lending practices
* Expanding access to primary health and dental care
* Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training
* Fighting for immigrants’ rights
* Police accountability
Positions start August 10, 2020 and January 11, 2021 in:
South Carolina: Charleston
Florida: St. Petersburg, Tampa, Sarasota, Lakeland, Ft. Myers, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, Miami
Kentucky: Louisville, Lexington
Kansas: Lawrence, Topeka
Starting salary: $39,064/year + benefits.
DART organizations are largely made up of low- and moderate-income, minority and immigrant communities. DART strongly encourages people from these backgrounds, as well as fluent Spanish speakers, to apply.