Check out these upcoming events from the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame, including the installation of a sculpture of Gwendolyn Brooks at Brooks Park on Thursday, June 7!
See below for internship info from Zest Books, and find more Summer 2018 internship listings here. Apply soon, and if you’re selected, contact Prof. Chris Green (email@example.com) to register for course credit.
Zest Books is an award-winning leader in young adult nonfiction, publishing smart and edgy books on entertainment, history, science, health, and practical life advice. We publish books that get to the reality of young adult life, rather than the glossy dream world that often dominates pop culture. Our books are attractively designed, well researched, smart, and easy to read.
We are looking for an intern to work on and update our social media platforms with relevant information on a daily/weekly basis. The amount of updates/posts/tweets, etc…will depend on the platform.
We are looking for someone who is self motivated and interested in nonfiction books, publishing and the topics we publish.
More information at zestbooks.net
If interested, please contact Hallie Warshaw, Publisher, Zest Books:
Please email rather than calling if interested.
The English Department will be hosting our annual End-of-the-Year Celebration on Friday, June 1st from 3:00-5:00 pm. We would love to celebrate with you! The celebration will held in the second-floor atrium of Arts & Letters Hall. We will have a short program honoring our outstanding students and this year’s graduates.
Please come and join in the festivities on Friday, June 1st!
Please see below for internship opportunity reminders from The Stoop and iO Chicago. More summer internships are listed here. Apply soon, and if you’re selected, contact Prof. Chris Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for academic credit.
Lily Be of The Stoop had some email problems recently and has misplaced a few applications. So if you’re interested, please resend. See below for a reminder of the internship.
The Stoop – Social Media and Website Content intern
The Stoop is an off-book storytelling series that is now in its 6th year. The Stoop is looking for an intern to work closely with our project manager in updating content on our website, reaching out to feature organizations and performers, and posting content on The Stoops social media pages. Most work is template based and can be done from home. We do require that interns attend the monthly show which takes place every last Thursday of the month at Rosa’s Lounge. Interns interested in the opportunity are asked to please visit our website at www.thestoop.us and reach out via email at email@example.com or contact creator/host of The Stoop Lily Be at firstname.lastname@example.org.
iO Chicago’s video content page, iO Comedy Network, is looking for experienced and excited new video interns that want to help create videos within iO’s community. iOCN has multiple outlets that allow people to pitch ideas and create sketches to be made for our page and we need some awesome interns to direct, assist, film, and edit. If your are interested in helping make these videos come to life then this internship is for you! Email email@example.com with the subject line “Video Intern 2018” and we will get back to you asap!
iO Producer Internship
Do you love live theater? Want to help some of iO’s producers promote and curate their hit shows? Email Shelby Plummer firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Production Intern 2018” and we will connect you with a producer!
Join us for the launch of the 38th edition of DePaul University’s Arts and Literature magazine, Crook & Folly! There will be snacks, speeches, readings, and free copies for everyone who attends.
Wednesday, May 23
DePaul Art Museum
935 W Fullerton Ave.
After the launch, editors, Emily and Maddie will be heading over to State Restaurant at 935 W. Webster Ave., for those who would like to join them in celebrating a job well done! (All tabs will be separate).
Tuesday, May 15th 2018, 7 – 9 pm
DePaul University, McGowan South,
1110 W Belden Ave,
Chicago, IL 60614
The DePaul University Institute for Nature and Culture is excited to invite you to a panel discussion with four activists/artists/ecologists who are engaged in crucial struggles for our planetary future and provide models of hope in these arduous times. ALL WELCOME; Students should especially consider coming along.
Taylor Brorby is an essayist, poet, and memoirist whose work centers on hydraulic fracking and climate change in western North Dakota.
Lucas Foglia’s photographs challenge the concept that humans and nature operate in opposition, while simultaneously highlighting the relentlessly uneasy, absurdly comedic integrations of our technologies in the natural world.*
Shannon Heffernan is a reporter with WBEZ. She has covered environmental news and criminal justice issues. She also reports on poverty, labor, and climate change.
Nat Mengist cultivates equitable, land-conscious partnerships through training in garden education, nonprofit leadership, and post-humanities scholarship.
Sponsored by the DePaul Institute for Nature and Culture. Contact email@example.com
*Foglia’s third book, Human Nature, was just published by Nazraeli Press. His next solo exhibition opens July 19 at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. (Image beneath title by Lucas Foglia.)