Arts-copy2-150x150TOPICS INCLUDE:

  1. Hachette Book Group. Editorial Assistant (ENTRY LEVEL).
  2. Forbes Media. Advertising Operations Coordinator (ENTRY LEVEL).
  3. Time Inc. Assistant to the Publisher, People Magazine. (ENTRY LEVEL)
  4. NBC Entertainment. Production Assistant.(ENTRY LEVEL)
  5. The Gersh Agency. Agent’s Assistant, Theatre.(ENTRY LEVEL)
  6. Fancy. Summer 2013 Business Development & Operations Intern. Paid.
  7. Creative Q&A: Mary Tai, Sesame Workshop (VIRTUAL EVENT). Mon, May 6, 6:30 PM EDT.
  8. Fusion – ABC/Univision Joint Venture: (Many positions)


  1. Hachette Book Group. Editorial Assistant (ENTRY LEVEL). Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher in the U.S. and a division of Hachette Livre, the second-largest trade and educational publisher in the world. One of their subdivisions, Little, Brown and Company, is looking for an Editorial Assistant to provide editorial and administrative support to the VP and Editorial Director. This role will focus on nonfiction titles (history, biography, current events).
  2. Forbes Media. Advertising Operations Coordinator (ENTRY LEVEL). Forbes is among the most trusted resources for senior business executives, providing them the real-time reporting, uncompromising commentary, concise analysis, relevant tools, and community they need to succeed at work, profit from investing, and have fun with the rewards of winning. They are looking for a digital media enthusiast to fill an exciting role as an Advertising Operations Coordinator, who will ensure the flawless execution of Forbes’s digital media advertising campaigns.
  3. Time Inc. Assistant to the Publisher, People Magazine. (ENTRY LEVEL) Time Warner Inc., a global leader in media and entertainment with businesses in television, film, and publishing, uses its industry-leading operating scale and brands to create, package, and deliver high-quality content worldwide. The Assistant to the Publisher of People will be responsible for managing the day-to-day schedule and all administrative functions of the Publisher, as well as those of the Associate Publisher of Digital Ad Sales for
  4. NBC Entertainment. Production Assistant.(ENTRY LEVEL) NBC Universal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. They are seeking a Production Assistant to book travel accommodations, assist on set for shoots, research upcoming guest segments, coordinate interns, and perform other ad-hoc duties as outlined by the Manager. Additional responsibilities will entail reception duties, office management, and facilities and operation contact.
  5. The Gersh Agency. Agent’s Assistant, Theatre.(ENTRY LEVEL) The Gersh Agency, a bi-coastal literary and talent agency, is seeking a full-time assistant with strong industry knowledge and experience. The open position is in the Theatre department and begins immediately. In addition to basic administrative duties, this job entails contract and payment tracking, heavy phone volume, maintaining up-to-date script submission records, and some attendance at theatre events and performances. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment, can multitask, and is eager to be an active team player in the department.
  6. Fancy. Summer 2013 Business Development & Operations Intern. Paid. Fancy is part store, blog, magazine, and wish list. More than 4 million people around the world use Fancy to discover, collect, and buy from a crowd-curated catalog of amazing goods, wonderful places, and great stores. They are looking for an organized and energetic Business Development & Operations Intern to join their growing team. In this position, you will support various Fancy partnerships, marketing initiatives, and operational projects.
  7. Creative Q&A: Mary Tai, Sesame Workshop (VIRTUAL EVENT). Mon, May 6, 6:30 PM EDT. If you’ve ever wondered how children around the world get to Sesame Street, meet Mary Tai. As a Senior Producer at Sesame Workshop, Mary oversees the creative and production activities for Sesame Street co-productions in China, Indonesia, and Bangladesh, with past work on projects in Brazil, Tanzania, Kosovo, and many other countries. Hear Mary’s story of how she arrived at Sesame Workshop and ask her your questions at our next Creative Q&A, presented live, free, and straight-to-your-computer. Click here to register now:
  8. Fusion – ABC/Univision Joint Venture: (Many positions) ABC News and Univision News have formed a far-reaching, multiplatform joint venture designed to inform, empower and inspire Hispanic Americans in English while providing all audiences with uncompromising coverage of current events with a unique perspective. The landmark venture capitalizes on Univision’s expertise in reaching U.S. Hispanics and ABC’s global news leadership to serve over 50 million Hispanics, the youngest and fastest growing demographic in the U.S.  Check out the employment opportunities on LinkedIn:

For more information on careers in the Arts:

To make an appointment with a Career Advisor:  call 603-646-2215.



Five tips from former Wall Street Journal reporter Joe Mathewson ’55 for students interested in journalism

“I’ve never met a bored journalist,” Medill School of Journalism professor and former Wall Street Picture of Joe Mathewson courtesy of 123People.comJournal reporter Joe Mathewson ’55 often tells students, noting that there are “no dull jobs and no dull days” in the field of journalism. While some people like to claim that journalism is a dying field, Mathewson rightly believes that it is simply evolving, and he wants students to know that journalism needs talented graduates with a passion for writing and a strong liberal arts background.

With a number of grandchildren at the College, Mathewson is a regular visitor to Career Services and a mentor to students currently considering a career in journalism. Here, we’ve compiled Mathewson’s top five tips for students who have a passion for the written word and investigating the world around them.

  1. Journalism needs intellectually curious young graduates from a variety of academic backgrounds — sell your experience, no matter what it is! Whether you are a history or neuroscience or economics major, journalism needs you.
  2. Have a blog and credentials you can show people. Nothing speaks to your skills better than a thorough, well-organized set of clips. Make sure you can speak to why your previous experience, regardless of its direct relation to journalism, will help you succeed as a journalist.
  3. Don’t confine yourself to print. In this day and age, you need to have multiple skills — learn to shoot and edit video, take photographs, blog and manage social media. Wire services in particular are booming.
  4. Learn how to write about economics. The economy is the number one story around the world right now, and you will be a highly marketable employee if you know how to write about business, employment and interest rates.
  5. Familiarize yourself with the tricks of the trade — AP style, interview skills, journalistic ethics, etc. Do research for specific job and internship opportunities. If you’re applying for a job with the Associated Press, Bloomberg or Reuters, learn the verbs of attribution in business journalism.

Interested in pursuing job or internship opportunities in journalism? Make sure you’ve signed up on Dartboard to receive our regular blitzes about communications jobs! There are stories out there waiting to be told — are you going to be the one to tell them?

Work to work in an Environmental Field? Environmental Blitz Bulletin

Every two weeks during the term, we send a short list of environmental career opportunities to all students who have subscribed to receive this information via Dartboard. If you see something you want to share with the list, send an e-mail to Chandlee Bryan (


1)      Environment America –  Environmental Fellowship Program POST-GRAD (2 yr)

2)      Green Corps – Environmental Leadership Program POST-GRAD (1 yr) (Nationwide)

3)      New York Sun Works – WINTER INTERNSHIP (NY)

4)      Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s (SERC) INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (MD)

5)      United Nations Environment Programme – WINTER INTERN (DC)

6)      Climate Institute – WINTER INTERNSHIP (DC)

7)      DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory INTERNSHIPS (Nationwide)

8)      Vermont Institute of Natural Science – INTERNSHIP

9)      All Ivy Environmental Career Fair – March 1 (NY)


1)      Environment America  – Environmental Fellowship Program (2 yr.) (Nation-wide) (POST-GRAD) Environment America is a federation of state-based, citizen-funded environmental advocacy organizations. The two-year Fellowship Program for recent graduates teaches participants to plan and run strategic state and national campaigns. Learn how to identify solutions to critical environmental problems and organize public support for your campaigns. To apply, submit your application through Dartboard by October 7.

2)      Green Corps  –  Environmental Leadership Program  (1 Yr)  (Nation-wide)
Green Corps organizers have built the campaigns that helped keep the Arctic safe from drilling, that led to new laws supporting clean, renewable energy, and convinced major corporations to stop dumping in our oceans.  Get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems — global warming, deforestation, water pollution and many others — with groups such as Sierra Club and Food and Water Watch. 35 college graduates from across the U.S. will be selected to participate in this paid program. Apply through Dartboard by October 7.

3)      New York Sun Works – Winter Internship (NYC)
Implement a hands-on/project based environmental sciences curriculum while using 21st century urban farming technology at a cutting-edge learning environment, the Greenhouse Project Classrooms in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Help Greenhouse Project classroom teachers with daily teaching and system maintenance for facility with features ranging from solar panels and hydroponics to a fish farm and weather station. The position is unpaid but includes a Metro card for transportation. Application deadline to apply for winter deadlines is Friday, October 5.

4)      Smithsonian Environmental Research Center’s (SERC) Internship Program  (MD) Gain hands-on experience in environmental research and education working directly with senior researchers. A National Science Foundation (NSF) designated Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), projects include terrestrial, atmospheric and estuarine environmental research work. Paid opportunities available throughout the year.

5)      The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Winter Internship (DC)
The United Nations Environment Programme’s Regional Office for North America (RONA), works to ensure that UNEP global programs satisfactorily address regional needs and priorities. Projects are assigned based on skills, knowledge and interests; opportunities available in Communications, Government Affairs, Environment Research, Environment Policy, Ecosystems Management and the Scientific Technical Advisory Panel (STAP)/Global Environment Facility (GEF). Winter application deadline is October 15.

6)      The Climate Institute  Winter Internship (DC)
The Climate Institute seeks to inform key government and corporate decision-makers, heighten international awareness of climate change, and identify practical ways of achieving significant emissions reductions. Voluntary internships are available in Washington, DC and on a virtual basis. Apply now for winter term internships – and follow-up to educate the Institute on your availability based on the Dartmouth term calendar.

7)      Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) – Nationwide
The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) program encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at the Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories. Winter application deadline is October 1.

8)      Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) – Internship (Quechee, VT)
VINS provides environmental education programs for adults, families, and school children; partners with leading conservation organizations to promote environmental science field research; and operates New England’s premier avian wildlife rehabilitation clinic at the VINS Nature Center. Call to discuss potential opportunities for Winter term.

9)      All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career FairMarch 1, 2013 (NY)
Interested in environmental internships, full-time jobs, and career opportunities from grad school and sustainability to wind power and environmental advocacy? Mark your calendar for March 1, 2013. You’re invited.

Hey ’13s: Biding Your Time Cause You’re Not Seeing Biden?

Stop by Career Services All Day Drop-ins today, 15 minute appointment available all day from 10 am to 4 pm on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Want a career advisor to proof your resume or cover letter? Need just-in-time advice on applying for opportunities through Dartboard before Sunday night’s deadline?

Stop by, we’ll be happy to see you!

Now that You’ve Made the Connection…How to Follow Up

Walk away from the Employer Connections Fair with some new friends, a handful of business cards, and a short list of organizations you’d like to work for?

Here’s a short video with simple tips and an action plan for following up with employers:

One of our favorite tips to stand out like a Dartmouth rock star hire? Browse through press releases and content on organization’s website and go beyond yesterday’s conversation in your follow-up: What piques your interest about the company and especially excites you about their work? Demonstrate that interest.

It may seem like employers are in a buyer’s market — and that they get to do most of the selection decisions. But, ultimately, you get decide where you want to work, too. And until you show them — they can’t gauge how very interested you are.

As always, career advisors are available to answer any questions you may have on follow-up. Schedule an appointment with Career Services or stop by our office on the 2nd floor of 63 South Main (above Bank of America) for one of our drop-in appointments, available on a first-come, first-serve basis Monday through Friday from 1:30 to 4:00 pm.



Seniors: Drop In to Get Set for Fall

Attention Seniors: Planning on submitting your resume for interviewing opportunities offered through On-Campus Recruiting come fall? Don’t miss Career Services extended drop-in hours on Friday, September 8, Monday September 10, and Tuesday September 11.

Drop-ins are available for resume or cover letter review on a first-come, first-serve basis from 10:00 am to 4 pm. Stop by.

Do You Like to Work with Open Doors or Closed Ones?

As summer terms exams end and we prepare for the fall term to start, there’s a bit more time available than usual to pause and reflect on recent experience: What did you like? And what did you not like?

During the rush of internship and job applications, it’s easy to forget that the job search process is actually one of mutual selection: You get to pick your employer just as your employer gets to pick you.

What are you looking for in a company culture? Would you prefer to work for a company that keeps a hawkish focus on keeping proprietary information confidential, or a company with an open door policy known for transparent leadership?

Want real-life examples of both? On the privacy side, take a look at the Apple-Samsung battle over intellectual property. Apple’s super strict privacy policies are legendary — many of their employees learn about new products at the same time consumers do!

On the more open door side, take a look at this Forbes profile of 10 Leaders (and Companies) Who Aren’t Afraid to Be Transparent. (Note: Most of these companies aren’t giving away proprietary secrets, either.)

Something to think about as you think about your next move?

Jeff Taylor, Founder and Former CEO of at the DOC House This Friday, July 6!


Career Tip:  You don’t need to figure it out all on your own. Listening to journeys and stories can be very enlightening.

Below is some information received by Career Services – many speakers come to campus and are able to impart valuable knowledge to students.  All students should be taking advantage of these opportunities. Read the following information to find out how to take advantage of this opportunity on Friday, July 6th (tomorrow); don’t hesitate!

Jeff Taylor, Founder and Former CEO of at DOC House this Friday, July 6th 3:00pm-5:00pm.

  • “What are you going to do on your next off-term?”
  • What about after graduation? Is that a question that scares you?
  • Do you want to forge your own path and don’t know how?
  • Do you need help figuring it all out?

This might help.

Jeff Taylor, founder and former CEO of (also known as DJ Jefr Tale!), is coming to Dartmouth to speak about his journey and entrepreneurship as well as engage you in a practical dialogue about the great world of life after graduation.

Come enjoy some BBQ, ask some questions, and begin to map out where you could be headed.

This event is sponsored by Bridgewater Associates, LP.

*RSVP before 1pm on Thurs. July 5th DIRECTLY to Andrew Cushman at


Demand Planning Analyst Position (POST-GRAD) at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters – Deadline to apply July 8, 2012

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, located in beautiful Waterbury VT, is looking for a recent graduate or alum to fill the Demand Planning Analyst position.  Great opportunity to stay in the beautiful Green Mountains region of New England and enjoy the healthy lifestyle you have pursued while being at Dartmouth.

Do you have experience with performing sales, forecasting and/or marketing analysis in the consumer products industry?  Are you able to work effectively with minimal supervision under tight deadlines and interact comfortably at all levels of the organization? Check out the Demand Planning Analyst Position at:

Highlighted Skills and Characteristics (Please see click here for a complete list):

  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to synthesize data, draw conclusions and then communicate a concise, well thought-out thesis
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in an ambiguous environment with limited direction and supervision
  • Computer system acumen with the aptitude to learn new software languages is required

Location:  Waterbury, Vermont

Salary:  Competitive and commensurate with recent graduates’ expectations.



Topics Include:

  1. Mesereau & Yu, LLP; Legal Assistant (Los Angeles, CA)
  2. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP; Private Investment Funds Paralegal (New York, NY)
  3. Child Welfare League of America; Fall Internships (DC)
  4. Juvenile Law Center; Fall Internship (Philadelphia, PA)
  5. FREE Webinar Resources for Students with an Interest in Law School
  6. What do Lawyers Do? (NALP Website)
  7. Pre-Law Advising at Dartmouth


1. Mesereau & Yu, LLP; Legal Assistant (Los Angeles, CA)

A law firm in Century City seeks highly motivated candidates to assist attorneys with trial preparation in criminal and civil cases. Deadline June 7

Apply at Dartboard ID# 12936: 

2. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP; Private Investment Funds Paralegal (New York, NY)

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is a leading international law firm with 14 closely integrated offices located in major financial centers around the world. The Private Investment Funds Paralegal will provide comprehensive support to the firm’s global Private Investment Fund team and be responsible for handling a wide variety of client and team driven tasks.

For more information:

3. Child Welfare League of America; Fall Internships (DC)

CWLA is a national membership organization of more than 1,000 public and private nonprofit

voluntary child welfare agencies. There are Fall Opportunities in the following areas: Practice Standards Intern, Public Policy Internship, Editorial Intern. Deadline: May 30

For more information, visit:

4. Juvenile Law Center; Fall Internships (Philadelphia, PA)

Juvenile Law Center’s volunteer internship program provides undergraduates with valuable work experience in the area of children’s rights and an opportunity to contribute to the organization’s work. Applicants should be undergraduates with an interest in child advocacy, law, or policy. Deadline: July 20

Apply at:

5. FREE Webinar Resources for Students with an Interest in Law School

Review recordings of recently offered webinars, from Michigan State Law


6. What do Lawyers Do? (NALP Website)

Lawyers affect our everyday lives in countless ways. They are involved in everything from buying a home, to writing a will, to prosecuting and defending criminals. They counsel, strategize, problem-solve, write, advocate, negotiate—the list is endless.

7. Pre-Law Advising at Dartmouth

Have you met with the pre-law advisor, Sarah Streit? Feel free to schedule an appointment with her by calling Career Services at 603-646-2215.

For additional legal opportunities, visit: