Author Archives: Alicia Gomez

About Alicia Gomez

Hi! Come see me if you want to discuss career options in the Arts, Media, and Communications. I encourage students to reflect on their various interests and strengths when starting to explore possible career paths. I am available to chat about industry trends and practical skills while also sharing my own professional experiences, lessons learned, and insights.

Job/Internship Opportunities in Handshake!

  • Communications Coordinator for Global Architecture Firm
  • Design Intern – Garfield Group (Deadline date: 3/31 at 11:55pm)
  • Arts Intern Memphis 2020
  • Summer 2020 Internship – Power in Place: Women in Politics & Settings of Inspiration
  • Digital Marketing Internship
  • CTEC Extremism Investigation Intern
  • Sotheby’s Summer 2020 Internship Program
  • News – Coronavirus Reporter
  • Data Analyst, Daily Caller Video

Below you will find tips on how to use the Filters to search for opportunities/experiences in Handshake.

-Click on Filters, click on Internship, enter Performing and Fine Arts in the Industry section, and click see jobs. You should then sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.

-Click on Filters, click on Internship, enter Movies, TV, Music, and click see jobs. You should then sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.

-Click on Filters, click on Internship, choose Advertising, Media & PR, Marketing- Brand Management, and Marketing – General under Job Function. You should then click on see jobs. Feel free to sort by expiration date. Click here to see the results.

-There are several Remote Part-time Internships available now and during the summer in Handshake. You could do a keyword search for Remote, click on Part-Time, and click on Internships.

You might find great opportunities in handshake that do not specify they are remote. However, they could possibly start as Virtual Internships. If you would like to discuss, please schedule an appointment with me in handshake.

Use Language to Fight COVID-19 Misinformation

Translators without Borders (TWB) is working to translate reliable information from agencies, including WHO, into 12+ languages, while it monitors misinformation online, relaying the content to organizations like the World Health Organization. It then translates the accurate information for the agencies to disseminate. TWB needs volunteer support in a few different areas: 

  • Translation: support needed in 20+ languages (including Chinese, simplified and traditional, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Hindi)
  • Language Data & Mapping: developing maps that visualize languages and literacy levels in affected countries, as a better basis for planning COVID-19 communications.
  • Social Media Monitoring: monitoring COVID-19-related social media conversations in multiple languages to help public health experts better combat misinformation.
  • Terminology: identifying key terminology that people use to talk about COVID-19 as well as commonly used technical terms in order to develop a multilingual plain-language glossary that can support public information efforts.

Find more information here. To get involved with TWB’s COVID-19 work or to request language services, please email Manmeet Kaur, TWB’s COVID-19 Response Lead, at

“The Zoom Where it Happens” by American Theatre- A Publication of the Theatre Communications Group

All across the country, theatre educators and students are mourning the loss of shows that won’t make it to the stage this semester because of COVID-19. They’re using spring break to brainstorm ways the live theatre performances and hands-on experiential classes will be effectively conducted online.  Many institutions have thought of some very creative ideas on how to make this happen. Click here to read the complete article.

Interviewing Workshop – Thursday, April 2 (12:30pm-1:30pm PDT)

Interviewing boils down to 3 core questions: Can you do the job, will you be happy doing the job, and will you be a good fit? Come join CACS advisors Edy Rhodes, Scott Webb, and Elizabeth Bone for this interactive workshop that allows you to practice the answers to these questions while providing some interviewing best practices based on their years of experience. Collectively these advisors have interviewed hundreds of candidates in their previous professional capacities. RSVP to get access to Canvas career management resources including a list of common interview questions and a link to some Ted talks for interview inspiration.

Please RSVP here to receive the Zoom link. This session is open to both undergrad and graduate students.

Virtual Internships

Virtual Internships: A New Solution for Hiring Millennials – Seven Steps for Agencies to Develop Virtual Intern Programs by Liz Brohan. This article might be five years old, but we could adopt the same structure and information today to internships. Please read the article here and schedule an appointment with me to discuss. We could brainstorm ideas on what a remote internship would look like for you!

We Need Diverse Books

Tess Weitzner ’19 introduced me to the organization We Need Diverse Books. They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a grassroots organization of children’s book lovers that advocates essential changes in the publishing industry. Their aim is to help produce and promote literature that reflects and honors the lives of all young people. Click here to learn more about this organization.