Tag Archives: Arts, Media, and Communications

Winter Term Digital Health Intern at Grit Digital Health

Grit Digital Health is a human-centric business comprised of specialists in behavioral health, wellness, technology and marketing communications. In the world of mental health, transcending barriers like stigma and access allow people to get the support they need, when they need it. Technology has the power to establish a new set of norms on the fundamental ways people connect to information and to each other. It’s the type of convergence that empowers individuals to make their lives and the lives of those around them healthier and grittier.

Grit developed the YOU student well-being portal to better the overall health, wellness, and success of college students. YOU is an online tool to help college students succeed in the areas of: academic and career success; physical and mental health; and finding meaningful connections and purpose on campus both in and out of the classroom. The internship is an ideal fit for students interested in psychology, health promotion, journalism, and entrepreneurship.

They have posted TWO positions in Handshake:

CCI-Funded Summer Internships with Onward Israel

Would you like to intern in Israel this summer?  Thanks to a generous donor, CCI is offering three $1500 grants for students to intern in Israel through Onward Israel.  Onward Israel offers students 6-10 week internships in areas ranging from technology, arts, social justice, health, politics and more, to help students gain valuable work experience as well as develop a long-lasting connection with Israel and a strong commitment to Jewish life and community.

Students interested in this opportunity should apply directly to Onward Israel, be accepted, and then contact Cheryl Whitney Lower at CCI.  Awards of $1500 to help cover program fees and airfare will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.  If you are offered and accept this internship, please be aware that your funding for this position is provided by CCI, and therefore you will complete all CCI funding requirements, such as applications and evaluations.  Participation in this program will also be contingent on a 2nd-level travel review by Middlebury’s Global Operations Committee.

Eligible students: first-years, sophomores, and juniors.

Click on the icon below for Onward Israel’s application information.

 

 

J-term internship in Asia in the media industry

Media Partners Asia  is a leading research & advisory firm focused on media, telecoms and entertainment industries in Asia Pacific.

This is a unique role to assist MPA analysts and Vice Presidents in research across the media sector with a focus on local media players in China, Korea, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Media operators include TV broadcasters, TV and film production houses, content aggregators including free-to-air and pay-TV channel operators, online video distributors, pay-TV platforms and film exhibition companies. Topics include research and data collection on company ownership, background, history, product and service offering, and financial position (i.e. income statements, balance sheets).

All the details here in Handshake.  Act now and don’t miss out:  https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1135996

Generously offered by an alum!

Alumni on Campus this Week!

Dance alumni will be on campus this week to share their paths and professional lives with students to help them think broadly about their major. These alums are multidimensional. In addition to being amazing performers, they are also activists, singers, strategists, visual artists, arts administrators, educators, sculptors, producers, songwriters, and more.

Click here to learn more about our participating alumni!

 This event is part of the Dance Department’s Alumni Takeover Week!

What did they do at Middlebury and what are they doing now? Find out at these events!

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Alumni Panel 4:30 p.m. – MCA Room 110
Reception, 6:00 p.m.  – MCA Lobby

Friday, November 17, 2017

Alumni Chats (Talk one-on one), 10:00- NOON – Rehearsals Café

Featured Opportunities in Handshake

There are several exciting internship and job opportunities in Handshake. Below you’ll find a few I thought were interesting and worth exploring.

Oratory Now Intern at Middlebury College

Communications and Digital Coordinator- Toxics Action Center

Entry Level Marketing and Events Specialist – Workbridge Associates

How To Jumpstart Your Online Profile With A Podcast

Forbes contributor Paul Armstrong provides a few tips on how to get started in podcasting. Click here to read the article.

In addition, Lynda.com provides video tutorials on podcasting. All Middlebury students have access to these video courses. Click here to get started with Lynda.com.

I would recommend the two below beginner courses to get started. They also offer advanced courses.

Winter Term Internship Spotlight: Oratory Now (Apps due 11/15)

Oratory Now is a student-centered initiative to reinvent the way oral expression is taught, practiced, and recognized at Middlebury College. Taking place both inside and outside the classroom, the multifaceted program consists of experienced peer tutors who help students develop their public-speaking skills—ultimately helping to shape a college-wide oratory program.  

The internship does not require any prior public speaking ability, though there will be opportunities to develop public speaking skills if the intern so chooses.

This internship will give a Middlebury student the opportunity to explore a range of professional skill building that could include event production, promotion and management, advertising/PR/marketing, video and assessment analytics, coach-training curriculum development and more. The Oratory Now Winter Term Intern will work on-campus and assignments may include a combination of the following:

  • Planning and managing the Commons Championship speaking competitions with 5-10 nominated contestants in each of the 5 Commons: Atwater, Brainerd, Wonnacott, Cook and Ross
  • Coordination with residence hall staff to confirm space, equipment, food and beverage, etc
  • Raise awareness of events through social media, postering and other creative strategies
  • Contribute to the continued development of the Oratory Now coach training curriculum through analysis of videos, self-assessment results and other metrics
  • Raise general awareness of Oratory Now programs and services among Students, Faculty and the greater campus community through ad hoc projects that leverage and develop the intern’s personal interests and professional skills

For a full list of qualifications, as well as additional details on the internship description, click here. Application deadline: Wednesday, November 15th (apply in Handshake).