| Open to rising college juniors and seniors interested in public policy, public interest technology, policy analytics, and related fields, who are strongly considering graduate education and/or careers in these fields. Preference will be given to students representing underserved communities from across the United States and/or working towards equity issues.|
Deadline: June 20, 2021
Movement in a Box is a quarterly subscription box that combines fundamental movement skills with learning activities for children aged 3-6 years. The company hopes to inspire lifelong movers and educate parents and caregivers about the value of moving-based learning.
This is Midd-friendly because a current student knows the founder and sent this along to share!
This summer, they are looking for a part-time intern to help them build this start-up from the ground up through content creation, social media marketing, and marketing analytics. This is a great opportunity to work closely with founders in a high-energy start-up environment, help to build up a brand and its mission, and take a deep dive into early childhood movement, learning, and play.
Specifically, they want someone who is excited to:
- Dive deep into the early childhood movement, learning, and play space
- Devise and create content that aligns with the Movement in a Box mission and vision
- Keep up to date about current brands, trends, blogs and potential like-minded partners to find opportunities where Movement in a Box can contribute it’s voice to the larger conversation around Physical Literacy and early childhood development.
What you’d be doing:
- Research and writing content, including social media, blog posts, website content, email content and press releases
- Social media marketing and content creation. Experience with Canva or Adobe (Photoshop, Rush, Illustrator) is a plus.
- Incorporating good SEO practices with all content creation.
- Reporting and analytics (experience with Facebook Ads Manager, Google Analytics, and Google Ads are a plus). We’re a start up looking to spread the word across multiple platforms.
- You’ll be working with the founding team building scaling a startup from the ground up!
Details: Looking for an average of 10 hours/week for June-August. This position is remote.
TO APPLY: E-mail email@example.com with your resume and tell us why you are interested!
Deadline: May 30th, 5pm EST.
We’d like to share a resource that could be helpful to you if interested in non-technical roles in Tech.
Next Wednesday, May 19th at 6:00 PM EST one of the partners School16 is hosting a free online seminar titled How A Director of Product at PayPal Navigated Her Career with Sheila Guastamachio. The seminar will provide insights into what it takes to succeed in product management roles regardless of industry, and the skills required to land these types of opportunities in tech.
I watched this webinar and think you will learn something new if you watch it too. It was made possible by the Partnership for Public Service & AnitaB.org as partnering organizations of United States of Technologists.
The recording is available here:
Webinar Recording LINK Access Passcode: USOT2021!
The MiddLaw club is looking for new student leaders next year! Are you interested in law school some day? Curious about different legal issues and creating events and programs for students to learn more? Well this is the group for you.
If interested in taking a leadership role, please complete this short form here.
Deadline is Monday May 10.
Join the Earl B. Dickerson Chapter of the Black Law Students Association and the University of Chicago Law School Admissions Team to learn more about law school and the law school admissions process in a virtual discussion.
Thursday, May 20, 2021, 5:30p – 7:30p CT Register Here
The University of Chicago Law School is located across the Midway Plaisance from the undergraduate campus. Students considering law school often talk about going “across the Midway” to the Law School. As you start to consider your future plans, whether you are across the Midway or across the country from UChicago Law, we’d like to introduce you to law school and the law school admissions process. Join us on Zoom to hear from law school admissions, law school professors and current law students. Although we cannot be together in person, we are excited to answer your questions!
Summer 2021 Programming at UChicago Law
ASAP: Achieving Success in the Law School Admissions Process July 30-31, 2021
Join the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) and UChicago Law for a virtual session that will give you even more information about how to apply to law school and give you the opportunity to hear from multiple admissions professionals from different law schools including UChicago Law, Ohio State University, University of Pacific School of Law and more! For more information: https://cleoinc.org/programs/asap/
Questions? Please contact Meg Bingle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Would you like to work on the campaign of one of Philadelphia’s most dynamic elected Democratic officeholders?
Rebecca Rhynhart shook the Philadelphia political establishment in 2017 when she unseated the Democratic incumbent in a primary to become Philadelphia’s first female City Controller. This past year Rebecca was ranked #3 of Philadelphia Magazines list of the 76 Most Influential Philadelphians.
Last year Rebecca boldly presented an alternative to the Mayor’s budget that provides a more effective way to deal with our current health and financial crisis. Most recently, Rebecca released a report on what went wrong during the city’s response to civil unrest last summer and outlined recommendations to ensure it never happens again. Rebecca has an MPA from Columbia University and a BA from Middlebury College.