|The AEF is a 501(c)3 educational foundation that connects the marketing, advertising and academic communities. They are part of the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), the largest marketing trade association in the world, representing top global brands. In 2018, they launched the MADE (Marketing & Advertising Education) Program and have connected over 100 students with paid summer internships at top companies such as L’Oreal, IBM, McCann, Ogilvy, Sephora, NBCUniversal, Mastercard, ViacomCBS, Anheuser-Busch, BBDO and Deutsch. |
MADE Internship Opportunity functions as the “Common App” for marketing and advertising internships, making it easy for students to navigate a complex industry. Through this process, MADE exposes students to opportunities they may not have been aware of or thought they had access to. Organizations benefit from being able to select top talent from a pool that spans racial, ethnic, geographic, and socioeconomic groups, breaking down traditional barriers to finding strong talent.
Once a candidate applies, they are connected with potentially dozens of internship opportunities at their partner companies based on traits such as critical thinking, leadership potential and intellectual curiosity.
MADE is not just a summer internship program- they are cultivating a diverse community of marketing and advertising industry leaders through year-round virtual events, case competitions & resources.
During their info session, they will discuss how to apply, what they’re looking for in candidate, what sets candidates apart, and other tips.
Date: Wednesday, November 11
Time: 5pm -6pm
Click here to register for this info session in handshake!
|The Emma Bowen Foundation promotes a more diverse industry by recruiting promising students of color and placing them in multi-year paid internships at some of the nation’s leading media and tech companies. |
Three tracks highlight the many areas in which Fellows intern.
–Content (broadcast and online journalism, production, social media, digital media, etc.).
–Business (finance, sales, human resources, marketing, public relations etc.)
–Innovation (computer science, engineering, data science, information technology, software development, etc.)
Whether you’re interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, a sales representative, or in any other career in media or tech, the Emma Bowen Internship is here to help you get your start.
Hear more about EBF from previous fellows, alumni, and partners here: https://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/voices.
Click here to register in handshake for the info session on Thursday, November 12 at 2pm.
Now in its 36th year, the IRTS Multicultural Career Workshop has earned the reputation of being one of the best ways for BIPOC students and recent grads to get a jump start in their careers, all while interfacing with top media companies for insights and open opportunities.
This year, due to the impact of COVID-19, they are bringing this experience to you! Students will leave this conference with a greater understanding of the media business, career paths you might not know exist, tangible next-steps, and an even stronger sense of why the industry needs your talent and perspective more than ever. No cost to attend the workshop!
Join them virtually for the 2020 IRTS Multicultural Career Workshop on November 12, 13, & 14!
From 11am – 3pm ET each day, you will hear from some of the industry’s most dynamic professionals through a series of engaging panels, featured speakers, and Q&A sessions. Then, each weeknight from 6pm – 7pm ET, they will have a conversation with accomplished members of the IRTS community. The majority of the speakers were actually former attendees of IRTS programs.
Since media is ever-evolving and multifaceted, the panel and speaker topics are designed to introduce attendees to the various positions and opportunities within the industry. Conferees will learn about opportunities in advertising, content creation, digital media, journalism, marketing, media buying and planning, production, research, sales, and many more!
Following the Workshop, students will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive meetings with top media companies to learn about their work, mission, and entry level opportunities. Resumes will also be shared with their corporate partners, to be vetted for current and future internships and full-time positions.
Accomplished students (freshman – grad school) and recent university graduates (less than 12 months out of school) from all majors are encouraged to apply! Click here to apply!
The film OBJECTOR follows Atalya to prison and beyond, offering a unique window into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the perspective of a young woman who seeks truth and takes a stand for justice.
Like all Israeli youth, Atalya is obligated to become a soldier. Unlike most, she questions the practices of her country’s military, and becomes determined to challenge this rite of passage. Despite her family’s political disagreements and personal concerns, she refuses military duty and is imprisoned for her dissent.
Click here to register to watch the film this week for FREE and to register for the Q&A with the Film Director Molly Stuart ’15!
The Dow Jones News Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes careers in journalism in the digital age. Their vision is robust news media staffed by well-trained, innovative journalists who reflect America’s diversity and are dedicated to a free, strong, and fair press. The Fund offers summer internships to college juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Click here review all the opportunities in handshake!
Looking for a dedicated (but informal) mentor to help you explore longer-term goals, develop professional competencies, or explore what it means to navigate life at Middlebury?
Then join MiddMentors! With MiddMentors, you get to build a connection with an alumni mentor matched to your goals and objectives.
Our volunteer alumni mentors come from all over the globe, and represent an incredible diversity of experiences and backgrounds. Select from Cirque du Soleil aerialists, startup founders, volcanologists, corporate executives, award-winning writers, surgeons and psychologists, educators, human rights attorneys, coders, athletes, bankers and traders, veterinarians, Zen practitioners, to name a few…
After you’re paired with your mentor, you’ll embark on monthly conversations, guided by a flexible curriculum. Along the way, we support you with CCI advising appointments, resource pages, and email consults.
This is a developmental experience–not an evaluative one. In exchange for a small amount of prep, you get access to stellar advice and viewpoints from an alum who has already walked the path you’re hoping to take.
One source of spring internships is Handshake. Login and filter by keyword “spring”. Here are a few business-related opportunities that are currently posted for your consideration. Please make sure to apply well before the deadline, as most employers review applications on a rolling basis.
The American Junior Golf Association is looking for talented and well-rounded applicants to serve as operations or communications interns. Deadline: November 14 PAID
Nonviolence International has several roles including a remote winter/spring internship in nonprofit management, assisting with financial reporting to the federal government and completion of 990 forms. Deadline: November 20
Innovation Hub is a public radio program, produced by GBH and distributed by PRX, that airs on more than 120 stations, including New York, Chicago, Boston, Houston, and Philadelphia. Innovation Hub is a weekly, hour-long show that focuses on big ideas and new research, in the areas of education, technology, health, culture, business, the environment and more. GBH internships provide students with valuable work experience and real-world knowledge across many different fields of study, from TV and radio production, to web design, accounting, law, and other administrative arenas. REMOTE Deadline: November 27 PAID
GBH‘s Development intern will have a unique opportunity to learn about the dynamic facets of fundraising at GBH working with multiple teams including Major Gifts, Foundation Development, Board Relations, Development Special Events, Gift Planning & Endowment, Research, and the Ralph Lowell Society. Deadline: November 27 PAID
Recently named one of Baltimore’s Best Places to Work, the National Aquarium is a nonprofit aquatic education and conservation organization, the jewel of the city’s Inner Harbor redevelopment. There are spring internships available in finance, marketing, philanthropy, and more. Deadline: December 1.
Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG), a premier global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm, is seeking interns for the spring 2020 with knowledge of Africa, China, the Middle East and North Africa, the Americas, East Asia and Pacific, South Asia, Europe, Health and Life Sciences/Global Health Solutions, Sustainability, Global Innovation & Growth, Business Development, Communications or Marketing (BDCM). Deadline: December 31 PAID
ISlide is looking for a creative, dedicated, organized, high-energy student to join the team as a Sales Intern. This position will provide the opportunity to gain hands-on business experience working in a driven and fun environment to provide custom premium footwear. REMOTE Deadline: December 31
Karbone Inc. is a fully integrated financial services firm that specializes in renewable and traditional energy markets. The firm houses key strengths in Capital Advisory, Brokerage, and Research services. – Brokerage/Resesarch Internship for Winter, Spring, and Summer. Deadline: January 31 PAID
MiddCORE is a four-week, mentor-led program designed to help you launch your education, your passions, your purpose into the professional world. You will be consulting for L.L.Bean, solving real-life problems, and presenting your ideas to the Chief Marketing Officer. You will up-level your potential: Develop the confidence, skills, hands-on experience, and network you’ll need to make a positive impact—on the world and on your future.
Applications Due Nov. 29th
Sunday, November 15 at 7pm
Grad school applicants typically have competitive GPAs, and stellar résumés, so what makes YOUR application unique?
Join Denise Shekerjian ’75 to learn more about writing a compelling personal statement for graduate school and other kinds of applications.
Co-sponsored by Fellowships in the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research.
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- Costume Shop Winter Term 2021 Intern (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
- Winter Term 2021 Marketing Intern – Remote (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55am)
- Winter Term 2021 Sports Mentoring Program Coordinator (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
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- Winter Term 2021 Internship – Project Y Theatre Company (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
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- Winter Term 2021 Environmental Journalism Internship (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
- Winter Term 2021 Media & Marketing Internship (Remote) (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
- Winter Internship with the Vermont Dance Alliance (Deadline date: 11/4 @ 11:55pm)
You could also search in handshake by choosing “cci winter term” under Labeled by your school using the Filters button.
*Please remember to have a PCA review your internship applications before you submit them! Click here for their availability.