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Study film for a semester in LA?

0 Commentsby   |  03.19.14  |  Uncategorized

As a point of reference, this is the program that your classmate, Lucius Patenaude, participated in a year ago. L.A. Film Studies Center is now accepting applications for the fall semester, 2014.  Details and applications are at:

https://www.bestsemester.com/locations-and-programs/los-angeles/admissions

All of the Best Semester programs are administered through a network of Christian universities/colleges that ACU belongs to. In fact, we’re about the largest school in the CCCU, so LAFSC would love to see some of our students in Hollywood!  Selling points according to CCCU include:

  • Offering experience on a variety of equipment broadens the students’ academic experience and their resume.  We will use RED Epic cameras only for HPW crews starting fall, 2014.
  • Having films critiqued from their home institution and LAFSC develops students’ skills.
  • The internship experience is oriented toward the student’s particular goals.  Each semester a few students are offered jobs through their internships.
  • An LAFSC experience insures parents that their student’s school provides maximal educational and vocational preparation.
  • Alumni have opportunities for semester grants, mentoring, renting equipment at very low cost (plus much more!) for LAFSC alumni only.

Summer discount for D.C. news internship

0 Commentsby   |  03.19.14  |  Uncategorized

You’ll want to do some comparison shopping, because several of these Washington D.C. services are available to students, but 21st Century Journalist reports it is offering a summer special:
“We are recruiting summer students and today we are offering $2,000 summer tuition, a $1,500 discount off the normal tuition of $3,500. For this students receive an internship with a media outlet in the Washington, D.C. metro area, two courses through the institute, a student membership to the National Press Club, and entry into special events such as a trip to the Newseum. Students can enroll in 12 to 15 hours of credit through their home universities with a consortium agreement. This agreement will also allow students to receive financial aid. For more information about the Institute for 21st Century Journalism you can visit us on the web at https://21stcenturyjournalist.com/”

ACU looking for event-planning help

0 Commentsby   |  03.19.14  |  Uncategorized

ACU’s office of University Events will accept resumes through March 27 for paid internships in event planning and scheduling interviews for April 2-3. Resumes need to go to Jennifer Ellison (jme00a@acu.edu). UE is responsible for coordinating, planning, organizing, and preparing for special events, meetings, and conferences sponsored and/or hosted by ACU.  UE supplies support services to the entire university and manages all events in the Hunter Welcome Center. Here are some key points of the job description:

Responsibilities:

  1. Assist in the planning, organizing, and designing of events on the ACU campus.
  2. Assist University Events and personnel with planning and implementation of events, meetings, and conferences in the Hunter Welcome Center.
  3. Provide liaison service between the university and the UE office by answering phones, electronic communication, and standard mail.
  4. Provide excellent customer service and promote spirit of cooperation across departmental lines.
  5. Assist in set-up of non-catered events held in the HWC and other campus venues.

 Qualifications:

A.             Professional

  1. Pursuing a baccalaureate degree from Abilene Christian University.
  2. Interest in event management, event production, or related field.
  3. Experience in effective communication skills.
  4. Computer and word processing abilities.
  5. Interest in artistic and design fields.
  6. Strong work ethic.
  7. Able to work nights and weekends when necessary.

B.             Personal

  1. Ability to demonstrate creative capacities with both materials and procedures.
  2. Ability to be self-motivated, willing to take the initiative, and dedicated to getting the job done at the appointed time.
  3. Strong communication and professional skills.
  4. Ability to work effectively and comfortably with students, staff, faculty, administration, and community.

C.           Physical Demands: 

  1. Able to move rapidly and to make decisions confidently while completing assignments.
  2. Frequent lifting and carrying of supplies and materials.
  3. Able to endure lengthy periods of time sitting at the desk or computer as well as long periods of activity or standing.
  4. Able to work nights and weekends in addition to regular work week.

Internship in Abilene selling advertisements

0 Commentsby   |  03.17.14  |  Uncategorized

The Around Campus group offers summer internships selling advertising for university directories in a number of markets including Abilene. The deal includes a week of expense-paid training in North Carolina, then sales representatives will consult one-on-one with local and national businesses about their advertising platform, hoping to sell and market advertising space in a print publication, website and mobile app. It’s a full-time, Monday-Friday job.

If you are interested in applying for this position, apply online or contact regional manager Janelle Mason with questions at jmason@aroundcampus.com! Janelle will be in Abilene from March 18-21 for the WCTCC Career Fair and interviewing. She says slots will fill quickly.

Customize your internship in Dallas

0 Commentsby   |  03.07.14  |  Uncategorized

We hear through the grapevine (thanks, Julie Coppedge), that D Custom, the social media agency of D Magazine, is looking for interns. You can find details at http://advertise.dmagazine.com/about-us/internship-program/. They’ll ask you to select one area of interest from:

  • Advertising / Sales
  • Art / Production
  • Editorial / Journalism
  • Marketing / Brand

For the summer internship in Dallas, applications are due by April 17.

Helping Georgia with its state-level ‘Olympics’

0 Commentsby   |  02.26.14  |  Uncategorized

The Georgia State Games, an amateur Olympic-style sports festival like those in many states across the country, is seeking interns for this summer’s program. Here’s what they’re looking for in Georgia, but if this appeals to you, you might also want to explore other states’ games:

Requirements

  1. Seeking top level, organized, team oriented, talented, aggressive, outgoing and innovative interns to assist in preparation and implementation for this year’s events.  Internship opportunities are offered in both paid and unpaid  positions depending on intern’s experience and skills, time commitment availability, academic credit ability and semester sought.  Housing is also available.
  2. This internship is NOT for the student looking to get by, be a social butterfly or to party for the semester.
  3.  All applicants must have strong writing skills and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Potential benefits

  • * Housing & partial meal reimbursement Provided!
  • * Earn academic credit
  • * Real life on-the-job experience with responsibilities that other internships do not provide.
  • * Free parking
  • * Individual office work stations, lap top computers and cell phones program.
  • * Internships include semester-long positions.

Apply at www.georgiagames.org under internships. Complete and submit the items in ONE email as attachments.

Jemully needs help with WordPress

0 Commentsby   |  02.21.14  |  Uncategorized

Jemully.com, a growing social media company in downtown Abilene with a lot of ACU JMC ties, could use some help these days. Kit Mullins is looking for someone who can install and configure WordPress websites. The secondary skills that would be useful in this role include graphic design and possibly CSS knowledge. Contact her at kit@jemully.com.

Richards Group seeking interns

0 Commentsby   |  02.21.14  |  Uncategorized

Thanks to Cassie Ladd (’08) for the reminder that The Richards Group and Richard Partners (its PR agency) are accepting applications for interns at signmeupstan.com. If you have questions about this Dallas opportunity, contact Cassie at cassie_ladd@richards.com.

 

Be a paid reporter next fall in Washington, D.C.

0 Commentsby   |  02.19.14  |  Uncategorized

You have until March 15 to decide that reporting from Washington D.C. next fall would be a great opportunity for a journalism or multimedia student. Here are the details from Jody Beck (jody.beck@scripps.com) about the Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington:

“The Scripps Howard Foundation is looking for curious, energetic college juniors and seniors who are studying journalism to report from Washington during the fall term. Interns are paid a stipend and provided free housing in furnished apartments. Interns find, report and write stories for the web-based Scripps Howard Foundation Wire, take photos, create slide shows and shoot and edit video. Semester in Washington takes six interns in the 14-week fall term. Applicants with multimedia experience will be given preference.

A seventh intern works for the Hispanic Link News Service. Applicants should be juniors or seniors with previous internship experience or extensive work with student media.

Program dates and application deadlines:

Fall 2014: Sept. 10 to Dec. 16. Application deadline: March 15. Program includes a stipend of $2,660 and free housing.

For more details and to fill out an application form, go to the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire website.

Social media opportunity in Fort Worth

0 Commentsby   |  02.14.14  |  Uncategorized

Photo Card Cafe’ (PCC) is looking for a social media/marketing/advertising intern to work on location at Social Factor, a strategic social media agency on Magnolia Ave. in Fort Worth.  This intern will work with the Social Factor team on strategy for PCC marketing, advertising and social, while being managed by Sara Hejl and Sara Watterson – owners of PCC. This opportunity is for anyone interested in the ins and outs of true agency life, while also working for a small, successful online company in an integral way.
As JMC alum Sara Hejl describes it, this intern will:

  • Learn about/implement organizational skills by managing projects and meeting deadlines;
  • Offer creative thoughts and strategic suggestions as it pertains to PCC social media, marketing, SEO/SEM and other advertising;
  • Come up with and collaborate on new ideas for marketing/social media campaigns during the holiday season;
  • Help with daily tasks, such as customer service (quick card changes for customers), QA and other items;
  • Learn more about the programs needed to execute work for PCC.
Requirements:
  • Junior or senior standing;
  • JMC major preferred;
  • Knowledge of the various social media platforms and how to create campaigns surrounding them;
  • Desire to work in and learn in an agency environment, while helping a small business succeed.
At this time, it’s unpaid. Course credit only. Performance-based stipend possible, depending on successful campaigns created by intern.
They would mostly work with me, since I’m here in FW. It’s like a two-in-one internship, in my opinion. My husband, Luke, is the GM at Social Factor, and would love to have an ACU intern around. He/she would get a chance to see what goes on with other clients as well.
Anyone who’s interested can send me a resume with a nice cover email, or a video of themselves stating why they’re interested. I’d like to choose by March 31.