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As you search for opportunities in handshake, use the Filters tab. You could search by Industry OR by Job Function. You could narrow down the search by including location. Remember you could click on the star to favorite the job. In addition, you could search by Employers and favorite them too! If your notifications are on, you will then be notified when an employer has posted a new opportunity for you!
If you need help searching for jobs, please come see one of our peer career advisors. They could also review your cover letters and resumes before you submit them.
Below you will find a few highlighted opportunities currently available in handshake.
- The New York Times Fellowship
- Editorial Fellowship July 2020 at Atlantic Media
- Education Marketing Coordinator at SFJazz (Deadline date: 11/8/19)
- Public Policy Fellowship at Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
- Los Angeles Assistant Account Executive at Kinetic Worldwide
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As you search for winter and summer 2020 opportunities, document your efforts in a google doc/excel spreadsheet. Continue to update your document with new opportunities, application status, contacting Midd alumni etc. If you would like help on how to get started on this document, schedule an appointment with me in handshake.
Below you will find a sample of opportunities currently available in Handshake expiring soon! You could also search in handshake by entering “winter term” in the search bar.
*Please remember to have a PCA review your application before you submit it! Click here for their availability.
- New England Review Winter Term Intern
- Burlington Free Press Winter Term
- Winter Term 2020 Intern – working in writer’s room of the television show S.W.A.T. at MiddKid
- Winter Term 2020 Arts Administration Intern at Middlebury College – Mahaney Arts Center
- Winter Term 2020 Communications & Projects Intern at Addison County Chamber of Commerce
- Winter Term 2020: Arts Management, Marketing, Graphic Design, Theatre Production at Middlebury College – 21st Century Theatre Festival
- Winter Term 2020 News Reporter Intern at Addison Independent
Below you will find a few interesting courses you might want to register for in the Spring 2020 to develop Digital Skills for Careers in Arts, Media, and Communications.
- Podcasting the Past: Leisure and Middlebury College
- The Graphic Novel
- Vermont Incarcerated: A Digital History
- 3D Environment Design
- Digital Methodologies for Art Historians: Ancient Chinese Gold
- Interdepartmental Courses
- Photography Now
I’ve highlighted only a few courses. Therefore, please read the course catalog carefully.
The IRTS Multicultural Career Workshop is a two-day conference where attendees will learn about opportunities in digital media, creative production, advertising, research, sales and marketing, while attending a full day of seminars during the Workshop’s first day. On day two, students will then have the chance to meet with human resource professionals from major media companies. Accomplished students from all majors are encouraged to apply.
Participants attend Workshop events free-of-charge.
DATE: Wednesday, December 4- Thursday, December 5
LOCATION: New York City
APPLICATIONS DUE: Monday, November 4
*Please remember to have a PCA review your application before you submit it.
*In addition, please e-mail Alicia Gomez (firstname.lastname@example.org) to inform her you applied to this great opportunity!
Click here to apply!
Student panelists will share what they did last summer. They will explain how they researched internships and the valuable skills they learned. Experiences in Film Production, Museums, Publishing, Podcasting, International Communications, Design, and Marketing will be discussed.
Date: Wednesday, October 16
Location: ADK- Coltrane
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Pizza will be served!
Professional recruiters from Bank of America will teach you how to master video interviews. Learn best practices for preparation and specific techniques and strategies to get noticed during HireVue or other video interviews. Open to ALL STUDENTS!
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Internship description below
For students interested in writing, directing or acting for the screen as a possible profession, this is a three week unpaid internship in the writers room of the CBS television show S.W.A.T. as well as shadowing the development company MiddKid Productions, founded by Middlebury College grad Shawn Ryan (’88).
Students will observe (and even contribute) to creative conversations about S.W.A.T. and other shows in development, witness the pre-production, production and post-production aspects of making a television show.
Students will be expected to conceive, develop and pitch their own ideas for a television show, as well as give feedback on other students’ ideas for shows.
If cost is an obstacle to traveling to and living in Los Angeles for this three week period, please apply anyway and, if accepted, we will assist with your costs.
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