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.
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.
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 email@example.com.
The DePaul Career Center will host their annual Fall Career Fair on Wednesday, October 2nd and Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 – 6:00 pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center 120AB. This 2-day all majors fair is a great opportunity to interact with top employers recruiting for both jobs and internships. Over 100 employers from a wide variety of industries will be seeking qualified candidates of all majors and experience levels. Different employers will be attending each day! Students can view the employer list located here.
DePaul English alumnus Alye Prentice is building a tutoring business. If interested, please send your resume and a writing sample to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help to build workshops that focus on creating equitable environments for diverse learners. Research best practices for developmental education. Aim to create scaffolding opportunities for learning objectives.
In turn, the intern will learn to investigate the following areas:
Learn how to craft lesson plans, organize coursework, and build a syllabus that emphasize student engagement and rhetorical application. Discuss and develop teaching philosophy.
Interns will meet with Alye face-to-face at least three times over the summer session.
The Creative Writing Fellowship awards two $7,500 Luminarts Fellowships for excellence in creative writing in the categories of prose and poetry, in fiction and nonfiction. Applicants submit a two-page written piece (either a stand-alone piece or an excerpt of a larger piece such as a novel or short story). Entries are submitted and reviewed by an initial panel of jurors. Once reviewed, all top entries go to the final juror panel and the winners are selected. Jurors are comprised of professional authors, novelists, and poets, literary contributors, publishers, editors, journalists and media contributors. Click here for complete guidelines and to apply. The deadline to apply to the 2019 Creative Writing Fellowship is Friday, February 8, 2019.
Writers, English Majors, Alumni & Professors Needed Internationally
Have you always wanted to contribute your writing or English skills in other countries?
Your skills are definitely needed:
HOW TO APPLY
Please read NGOabroad website
and BRIEFLY answer Questionnaire
and embed with your resume in the body of an email to: