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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The 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) connects aspiring diverse entry-level advertising professionals with prestigious advertising agencies. Learn more about the 2020 MAIP Student Application.
Please review the Agency Department/Position Descriptions to help you determine the areas of greatest interest to you. On the MAIP application, you will be asked to indicate your top choices.
Click here to learn more about this internship and submit your application due Friday, October 18.
Our Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) could review your application before you submit it. Click here for their schedule.
JET has sent more than 70,000 participants from around the globe (including more than 35,800 Americans) to work in schools, boards of education, and government offices throughout Japan. What makes JET unique is that it is the only teaching exchange program managed by the government of Japan. With more than 55 countries around the world currently participating in JET, this program offers a unique cultural exchange opportunity to meet people from all around the world, living and working in Japan. Before departing for Japan and upon return, there are a number of JET alumni organizations that host social, volunteer and professional development activities to help individuals through the transition process. Check out a fun video about JET HERE.
Click on the two paid opportunities below on Handshake to learn more about working in Japan with JET – DEADLINES NOVEMBER 30 @ 3:10PM:
ALTs are engaged in language instruction and make up over 90% of all JET Program participants. They are mainly assigned to local boards of education or elementary, junior high or senior high schools and carry out their duties under the guidance of language teachers’ consultants or Japanese teachers of English (JTEs) as specified by the supervisor and/or principal of the board of education and/or school. ALTs should enjoy working with students and sharing their own culture. There is no Japanese language requirement for ALTs.
CIRs are engaged in internationalization activities and translation/interpretation and are placed in administrative offices of local authorities or related organizations. This position requires a high-degree of fluency and positions are less than 10% of all JET Program participants. Their duties are carried out as specified by the supervisor at individual contracting organizations.
Do you have an interest in shaping how new ideas, models, and technologies can transform how the government works? Then come meet Accenture Federal Services (AFS) CEO, John Goodman ’79, P ’23!
At the forefront of innovation, AFS is focused on improving how people work, live, and connect. We combine human-centric design with commercial practices and new technologies—like cloud, artificial intelligence, and advanced analytics—to deliver real outcomes –from rescuing healthcare.gov, to transforming one of the largest supply chains in the world, to redefining the student loan experience. AFS is on the leading edge of fundamentally redefining the next generation of government.
Join us on Friday, October 11th at 12:30 pm in Axinn 229 to meet John Goodman and learn more. Lunch will be provided. Let us know you’re coming here!
College juniors, seniors, and graduate students APPLY NOW for paid summer internships at top media companies. Gain hands-on experience in Business Reporting, Multiplatform Editing, Digital Media, and Data Journalism.
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AEF is proud to announce a new IGTV series, available today. Produced by Deutsch NY, “AEF’s Guide to Breaking into Advertising” reveals the varied career paths young industry professionals have taken before entering advertising.
Over the next five weeks Val DiFebo, CEO, Deutsch NY, will interview several young professionals to share how they began their career in advertising. How does one go from a penguin habitat in New Zealand to an agency career? Follow AEF on Instagram and find out!
Click here to see Episode #1.
The T. Howard Foundation’s Internship Program is dedicated to improving the participation of diverse and underrepresented groups in the media and entertainment industry. This is accomplished by recruiting diverse and underrepresented college students from public and private academic institutions across the country.
In addition to a full-time paid summer internship, the Foundation’s comprehensive approach to diversity also provides talented interns with networking opportunities, professional development training, scholarships, mentors and much more!
Click here to learn more and to apply!
This year’s list of 10 Newspapers That Do It Right recognizes some of the most diverse ideas out there today. From an augmented reality app to a video studio, some of these publications are thinking outside the box, experimenting with strategies and revenue ideas to engage with their audiences. On the other hand, some of them, despite operating with limited staff and resources, are being recognized for doing hard-hitting investigative journalism that produced results and changes in their communities.
Our 10 newspapers, along with the ones listed in our honorable mentions, show that journalism continues to thrive, thanks to bright ideas and bright people. We hope they inspire others to keep up the great work.
Click here to read the complete article.