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Featured Opportunities in Handshake

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Digital Marketing Strategist, Agency Within – DUE 7/23

Are you interested in starting or expanding a career in digital marketing? The Agency Within team is growing and we’re looking for killer digital marketers who are willing to take the lead across multiple marketing channels such as SEO, SEM, paid social, display, content, programmatic and affiliate.

Digital Media Manager, ESM Marketing STL – DUE 7/27

ESM is hiring a Digital Account Manager! This role will be responsible for the development and execution of multi-channel digital marketing campaigns for a variety of clients in multiple verticals.

News Media Startup – Sports Columnist, Quibbl – DUE 7/27

Quibbl is looking for a writer to join its Sports writing staff; it’s an opportunity to cover the major sports stories of the day as well as a particular area of focus you want to cover in depth. You’ll work closely with the Sports Editor to learn practical content creation skills and meet regularly with the rest of the Sports team.

Marketing Coordinator, Nomad Press – DUE 7/30

The right candidate will participate in all aspects of book marketing to create and implement book publicity and promotional campaigns.

Featured Opportunities in Handshake

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CL-Media Relations Internship opportunity

Summer Public Relations Internship Opportunity Description (Alumni referral and reserved for only Midd students)

CL-Media Relations, LLC is a boutique public relations firm serving the financial services and asset management industries. This summer internship offers the selected candidate the opportunity to learn: about the field of public relations from experienced PR executives; how to create a strong media pitch and client report; how to leverage social media; how to write a news release that will get attention and much more. While the summer internship is unpaid, it does offer the selected candidate the opportunity to work virtually on a flexible schedule. In addition, if the summer experience is successful, it is possible to continue working with CL-Media on a paid, part-time basis during the school year. Candidates should be: strong writers, interested in media and economics, self-starters. Click here to apply!

Learn more about careers in Media & Entertainment this summer in NYC! SIGN UP now!

Spending anytime in New York City this summer? If you are interested in….

  • Learning about possible career paths in media and entertainment
  • Understanding the skills necessary to succeed in these career fields
  • Meeting Midd alumni currently working in NYC

then sign up HERE!

The Center for Careers and Internships is currently planning site visits to film, news, music, television, and theater companies in New York City. Date to be determined.

We will organize the visits, all you need to do is sign up! If you’d like to participate, sign up here by Friday, May 11th.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors in ALL MAJORS are eligible!

There is no fee to attend this program. Accommodations and transportation to and within NYC are the responsibility of each student.

Questions? Contact Alicia Gomez at agomez@middlebury.edu.

Featured Opportunities in Handshake

Click here to review some of the exciting internship opportunities in Performing and Fine Arts.

Click here to access ARTSEARCH to research job and internship opportunities!

How a Common Job Interview Question Fuels the Gender Pay Gap (and How to Stop It)

“Aileen Rizo was training math teachers in the public schools in Fresno, Calif., when she discovered that her male colleagues with comparable jobs were being paid significantly more.

She was told there was a justifiable reason: Employees’ pay was based on their salaries at previous jobs, and she had been paid less than they had earlier in their careers.

Ms. Rizo, who is now running for the California State Assembly, sued. In April, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in her favor, saying that prior salary could not be used to justify a wage gap between male and female employees.

It’s the latest sign that this has become the policy of choice for shrinking the gender pay gap. Several states, cities and companies have recently banned asking about salary history. They include Massachusetts, California, New York City and Chicago, as well as Amazon, Google and Starbucks.”

Read the rest of the New York Times piece here.