Tag Archives: Arts, Media, and Communications

Winter Term Internship opportunities in Handshake!

We are approving winter term internships daily. Therefore, please check handshake often to explore new opportunities. Below you will find a list of internships we recently approved.

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.

NPR Revs Up Podcast Offerings for Brands

As podcast listening booms, industry leader NPR is strengthening its position by focusing on diversity of programming, including new genres and fresh shows. As the medium attracts listeners across age groups and races, NPR offers something for almost any listener, from news to music, culture, race, history and more, and can connect brands looking to reach these engaged, receptive audiences.

“The two biggest challenges facing everyone in the media industry today are the changing ways people consume media and how audiences are getting more diverse,” Michael Smith, NPR’s chief marketing officer, said as part of the organization’s Upfront presentation at the IAB’s virtual 2020 Podcast Upfront. “We’re all about meeting people where they are and with content for who they are.” Click here to read the complete article.

Join Award-Winning Blogger Stephanie Yeboah- September 30

London-based blogger Stephanie Yeboah joins Books on Tap Live to discuss her debut book, Fattily Ever After: A Black Fat Girl’s Guide to Living Life Unapologetically, which hits shelves this month. In her book Yeboah speaks openly and courageously about her own experience navigating life as a black, plus-sized woman. Sharing painful, personal stories of being fetishized and facing everyday misogynoir to being objectified and humiliated in her dating life, Stephanie explores the treatment of black women throughout history and the marginalization of black, plus-sized women in popular culture and the media.

Drawing on the wisdom of other black fat liberation champions and offering honest advice and insights, Stephanie shares how she has managed to find self-worth in a world where judgment and discrimination are rife. With her book, she aims to help a generation of black, plus-sized women live life openly, unapologetically and with confidence and reframe the way all women think about their bodies.

Wednesday, September 30
4:00 PM Eastern/1:00 PM Pacific
Live on FacebookYouTube and right here (see below)
Sponsored by Hardie Grant Publishing

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Need a Private Room for Job or Internship Interviews?

Our colleagues in Event Management have identified a number of reservable rooms in Alexander Twilight Hall that students can request for private space during the building’s open hours – be it to take a remote class, or to schedule a job interview, or private appointment.

To reserve a private space, please log on to the Event Reservation Request Form and enter any of the following rooms in the location field: 

  • AXT 110
  • AXT 204
  • AXT 206
  • AXT 305

Please note that they will need at least 24hours notice to reserve the space. If you are looking to request space during the weekend, please submit your request no later than Friday @ noon.

All of the rooms highlighted above in Twilight for one student only. These are not group study spaces.

An additional resource for student study space and reservable seats for the fall semester is the Davis Family Library. Please visit https://www.middlebury.edu/library/news/library-plans-fall-2020 for more information on reserving study space in the Library.

For a direct link to reserving study space in the Davis Library, please visit their website.