Vermont Works for Women’s Development and Communications team is seeking an intern for the 2022-2023 academic year to support their marketing efforts to recruit participants for programs and events and share the organization’s mission with stakeholders statewide.
Over the course of the year, the communications and marketing intern will support:
·Website redesign project with any of the following: copywriting, editing, graphic design, photography and/or videography
·Participant recruitment for our Trailblazers trades training program and Rosie’s Girls summer camps
·Social media and email campaigns to elevate VWW’s legislative agenda
·Finding and working with a local artist to develop an original VWW sticker
This internship can be remote, onsite at our office in Winooski, VT, or a combination of the two. The internship will be 5 to 10 hours per week depending on the intern’s scheduling and academic requirements. The internship is unpaid.
Click here to learn more about this opportunity and to apply!
We are dedicated to telling socially relevant yet commercially appealing stories that increase representation for women in front and behind the camera. If you are interested to learn more about the business side of Hollywood, this is the opportunity for you!
We have a part-time remote internship opportunity for students looking to get their hands dirty with lots of script coverage and fun research projects.
We are hiring ASAP for the fall but are also happy to chat with anyone interested in hopping on board later in the year.
* Click here if you would like to review our resume and cover letter guide. If you schedule an interview, please e-mail Alicia Gomez (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a practice interview.
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Peer Career Advisors at CCI are available during Quick Questions to help you with any immediate needs and questions. No appointment necessary, just drop in!
Peer Career Advisors can can share guidance and answers around the following, and more:
- Develop and review résumés and cover letters
- Search for internship and employment opportunities
- Prepare for interviews
- Access resources like Handshake and Midd2Midd
- Connect with the appropriate CCI advisor
The WRP helps qualified students and recent graduates with disabilities obtain internships and permanent positions with the federal and private employers across the U.S.
To learn more, attend the virtual information session on Thursday, Sept 29 at 4:30 pm. Register here for the zoom link.
Need a résumé to apply for an on-campus job? Or just want to jump start your year with a new résumé? Then come meet the CCI Advisors on Wednesday, September 7th in Crossroads Cafe (in the McCullough Student Center first floor).
Writing your first college résumé may seem daunting, but our advisors make the process easy!
Learn how to turn the experience you gained through academic, co-curricular, community engagement, work, and other experience into a strong Middlebury résumé.
Stop by anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to meet with a CCI Advisor or Peer Career Advisor.
Your new college résumé will help you to:
- apply for on-campus jobs and other opportunities;
- apply for future internships;
- and more!
NOTE If you have one, please bring a copy of your most recent résumé. If you don’t already have a draft, don’t worry! Simply bring a list of activities or a laptop computer so you can review your Common App activity list with an advisor. Brought to you by The Center for Careers and Internships.
The Nike University Recruitment Team invites you to join them for their 2022 virtual workshop & info session. The event will feature speakers from their University Relations Team that will focus on finding your personal career path through Nike storytelling and how to show up authentically for your internship or job search process! They will also give an overview of their internship program and application process! They hope these tools will guide student engagement and advocacy for your career need and your personal passion within your community. All students, leaders, student clubs, athletes, and peer mentors are encouraged to attend! There will be giveaways, Can’t wait to see you there!
Click here to register for this event!
Unfortunately, not every job posting or offer is an opportunity. Scammers know that job opportunities are a powerful tool for gathering personal information, so you need to know how to distinguish legitimate job postings from scam attempts. Below are some tips to follow and red flags to look out for.
- If a job sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is.
- Don’t provide financial information or your Social Security number! Legitimate employers won’t ask for your bank account details or your SSN.
- Do not send money! Legitimate employers will not ask you to wire money or pay for services.
- When in doubt, look for the job posting on the employer’s official website. Much like phishing emails, scam job postings often capitalize on well-known names and images. Do not follow links from the suspicious posting, which could take you to a cosmetically similar page, and check the employment page to be sure the opening is real. Calling the company in question (again, using publicly available contact information) is another good strategy.
- If you experience anything unusual about a job posting in Handshake, please contact CCI as soon as possible and flag the posting in Handshake.
- The same warning signs that signal fraudulent emails and websites: bad grammar and spelling, requests for personal information, and difficulty contacting or identifying the poster are all clear signs of trouble.
- Request for an initial investment.
- Request for bank account access.
- Requests for payment or transferring money.
- Offers to pay a large amount of money for little work.
- Offers you a job without interviewing/interacting with you.
- You are contacted by phone, and the number is not available.
- Vague descriptions that focus on money rather than the job.
- Email domain that doesn’t match the employer’s official domain.
- Email domain of a free provider is used such as live.com, yahoo.com, hotmail.com, gmail.com etc. Legitimate organizations almost always have their own email systems.
- Website that has information only on the job you’re applying for, rather than about the company in general.
What if I’m already involved in a scam?
- End all communication and immediately contact the local police and Public Safety.
- Get in touch with your bank or credit card company and dispute any fraudulent activity immediately.
- If the scam happened online, file a report with the FTC’s cybercrime division.
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Brave Little State/Engagement Journalism interns are responsible for learning about what goes into producing a longform narrative podcast and developing the skills required for meaningful audience engagement and high-quality reporting and storytelling. In the service of this, you will assist the Engagement Journalism team in multiple aspects of their work on Brave Little State, Vermont Public’s people-powered journalism podcast, and help us collaborate with the Vermont Public Newsroom. This may include contributing research, gathering audio, producing promos, publishing web builds, engaging listeners over social media and contributing your own reporting to the show.
Who Should Apply?
Any student (undergrad or graduate) studying journalism, media, communication or with an interest in public media journalism are eligible. Applicant must be able to be physically based in Vermont for the duration of the internship and should also have access to reliable transportation for occasional on-site work.
How to Apply?
Applicants must fill out the Vermont Public Job Application form and send it with a cover letter and resume by email to email@example.com by or before July 31, 2022. Only email applications will be accepted.
What You’ll Leave With?
Brave Little State/Engagement Journalism interns will complete the program with a portfolio of work to carry with them into the professional world. You will also be qualified to apply for early career production assistant/assistant producer positions.
Internship: 20hrs/week, September 15, 2022 through May 18, 2023 (Start/end dates flexible) Compensation: $17/hour