Career Blitz: Arts

POST-GRAD/ENTRY LEVEL:

  1. Talent Scout – Axcess Talent, Inc. (Entry-Level)
  2. Program Coordinator – Virtual, Inc. (Entry-Level)
  3. Berkeley Repertory Theatre – Artistic, Administrative and Production Fellowships (POST-GRAD). DEADLINE:  April 1, 2013. 

INTERNSHIP:

  1. ArtSuite Intern – Winter, Spring & Summer (Upper Valley)
  2. American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) – Internship (Bethesda, MD).
  3. MCLA’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center – Arts Management Paid Internship.DEADLINE: March 15, 2013.
  4. Los Angeles-area museums and visual arts organizations: 
  5. Forza Films
  6. Studio Arts Center International Florence:
    1. Artisan Apprenticeship.
    2. Design Internship. 
    3. Museology Internship.
  7. Hire Culture
 

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POST-GRAD/ENTRY LEVEL:

1.       Talent Scout – Axcess Talent, Inc. (Entry-Level) – Candidates would search the world for undiscovered talent for the music, film and television industry; scouting would be accomplished through a mixture of in-person and online media outlets.  Apply through LinkedIn (Job ID #4906635)
2.       Program Coordinator – Virtual, Inc. (Entry-Level) – Candidate will support the Client Services Team, focusing on member support and programs.  Apply through LinkedIn (Job ID #4915258)
3.       Berkeley Repertory Theatre – Artistic, Administrative and Production Fellowships (POST-GRAD). DEADLINE:  April 1, 2013.  Berkeley Rep provides a year-long fellowship program for serious-minded, highly motivated individuals ready to embark upon a professional theatre career. For more information:  http://bit.ly/10uELsI

INTERNSHIP:
1.       ArtSuite Intern – Winter, Spring & Summer (Upper Valley)ArtSuite brings Silicon Valley to the Upper Valley, with an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of new social media marketing in and beyond the Arts world. The organization is recruiting 4 part-time interns. Wanted: Candidates with Rock Star potential who see no limits and want to redefine the very meaning of Art! Contact O’Neill Cushman at ocushman@gmail.com .
2.       American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) – Internship (Bethesda, MD). The AATE internship program provides learning opportunities and on-the-job experience to college juniors/seniors, graduate students, and recent college graduates with a professional interest in arts and/or non-profit management. The summer internship will take place for 12 weeks, June through August 2013; start and end dates are negotiable. For more information:  http://bit.ly/14G2vag
3.       MCLA’s Berkshire Cultural Resource Center – Arts Management Paid Internship.DEADLINE: March 15, 2013. An intensive twelve-week arts management internship course structured to integrate theoretical concepts and real-world experience. B-HIP runs in Summer and it combines an internship component with a seminar in arts management, talk-backs with the area’s leading arts professionals, and full participation in cultural events throughout Berkshire County (Western Massachusetts). For more information:  http://bit.ly/14G2Euf
4.       Los Angeles-area museums and visual arts organizations: The Getty Foundation supports more than 100 internship positions at organizations throughout Los Angeles County. Students apply directly to the participating organizations. A list of all available positions will be posted in late March 2013 – check out:  http://bit.ly/Y05nPl
5.       Forza Films – specializes in extreme sports video, still photography, mini camera cinematography, underwater & aerial cinematography. No jobs/internships listed; but if this is something you currently engage in – contact them to see if you can contribute to one of their projects. http://bit.ly/X859rK
6.       Studio Arts Center International Florence: SACI’s mission is to provide a unique, life-enhancing study-abroad experience in the center of Florence.

 

 

A. Artisan Apprenticeship. For advanced students, highly selective Artisan Apprenticeships are possible in the following areas: Book Binding & Paper Art, Weaving, Tailoring, Leather, Jewelry, and Ceramics.  For more information and how to apply:    http://bit.ly/16gsWqx
B. Design Internship.  For advanced design students, highly selective design internships are possible in the following areas: Architecture, Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Lighting Design, and Product Design.  For more information and how to apply:  http://bit.ly/XxS2xW
C. Museology Internship. Internships are arranged in supervised situations for museology students who seek the experience of working in a museum department in order to learn about everyday problems that occur at a contemporary museum. For more information:  http://bit.ly/WAtrtV

7.   Hire Culture – Massachusetts Cultural Council database for Arts and related internships & jobs.  Have you searched?  http://bit.ly/Y1UOYX

 

The Year of the Arts at Dartmouth – when was the last time you checked out what’s happening?  Get connected:  http://bit.ly/12CE56d

Dartmouth Alumni in Entertainment & Media (DAEMA) – have you signed up to stay connected?  http://bit.ly/YSHPIk

Arts Career Fields on the Career Services website – check out the links for more information:  http://bit.ly/TlUW7C

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

 

CAREER BLITZ: Education

‘13s make note of the deadlines in the following opportunities; ‘14s, ’15s & ’16s get an idea of what you have to look forward to in pursuing a future in education.

  1. NYC Teaching Fellow – (POST-GRAD) Fellowship Program
  2. Math for America Fellowship (POST-GRAD)
  3. Teach Kentucky – (POST-GRAD)
  4. Mississippi Teacher Fellowship Program – (3 year POST-GRAD commitment)
  5. Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) at Boston University – (POST-GRAD)
  6. CIEE: the Council on International Educational Exchange – teach English abroad
  7. The National Education Association (NEA) – Student Membership Program
  8. National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) – nationwide opportunities for Independent Schools
  9. Stratton Mountain School – (POST-GRAD) Tutor for 7th to 9th grade
  10. St. Mark’s School in Southborough, MA – (POST-GRAD)
  11. Association for Experiential Education – learn the benefits of student members

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1.      NYC Teaching Fellow – (POST-GRAD) Fellowship Program.  DEADLINE for application Nov. 5, 2012 for 2013 Fellows Program.  http://bit.ly/TMrxii

2.      Math for America Fellowship (POST-GRAD) – want to teach math and/or science?  Check out the post-graduate program available:  http://bit.ly/UrD9wd

3.      Teach Kentucky – (POST-GRAD).  A multi-step application process including the Praxis II exam.  Be prepared and start preparing now.  DEADLINE March, 2013http://bit.ly/SguFnc

4.      Mississippi Teacher Fellowship Program – (3 year POST-GRAD commitment). Make a difference in the children’s lives.   http://bit.ly/RoEAXV 

5.      Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) at Boston University – (POST-GRAD).  Prepare to become a classroom teacher in as little as 12-months.  http://bit.ly/Vjy8Sr

6.      CIEE: the Council on International Educational Exchange – teach English abroad in one of 7 countries.  http://bit.ly/T6Jqal

7.      The National Education Association (NEA) – Student Membership Program. Learn about the benefits at  http://bit.ly/PMa8KJ

8.      National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) – stay in touch with opportunities with Independent Schools all around the country.  http://bit.ly/UrDGyn

9.      Stratton Mountain School – (POST-GRAD) Tutor for 7th to 9th grade from late November to early March.  Located in prime ski country.  http://bit.ly/UrDNKq

10.  St. Mark’s School in Southborough, MA – (POST-GRAD) Assistant Athletic Director, Head Girls’ Varsity Hockey Coach.  http://bit.ly/VuAX8H

11.  Association for Experiential Education – learn the benefits of student members for only $55/year.  http://bit.ly/UrE0NC

For more information on the Career Field of Education, go to:  http://bit.ly/OtjE3Y

For an Appointment with an Advisor call:  603-646-2215

CAREER BLITZ: Government and Public Policy

Topics Include:

  1. CIA Info Session – Career and Internship Opportunities
  2. Public Service Fellows Program- SPRING (DC)
  3. Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, INTERNSHIP (DC )                                   
  4. Women Thrive Worldwide- SPRING INTERSHIPS (DC)
  5. HIV Law Project, Policy INTERNSHIP (NY)
  6. Sierra Club, Campaign Research INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)
  7. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP
  8. WEBINAR: Decoding the Presidential Management Fellows Application Process

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1.  CIA Info Session – Career and Internship Opportunities

October 3 (WED) from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, Class of 1930s Room (Rockefeller Center)  Dinner included! Register at: http://bit.ly/UzdD9A

2.  Public Service Fellows Program- SPRING (DC)

Position requires a commitment to public service, READ team descriptions and fellowship positions to determine which position(s) you are best qualified for and most interested in. PAID monthly stipend.  Deadline: Oct. 26  http://bit.ly/OijZq1

3.  Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, INTERNSHIP (DC )                Unpaid internships in government policy. Apply at:  http://bit.ly/QZvG1E

4.  Women Thrive Worldwide- SPRING INTERSHIPS (DC)

Non-profit advocating for U.S. policies that empower women in developing countries. Communication & Outreach Intern and Global Development Policy Intern. Deadline: October 19   http://bit.ly/PjsxOS

5.  HIV Law Project, Policy INTERNSHIP (NY)

Assist the legal team in providing comprehensive services to low-income people living with HIV/AIDS. http://bit.ly/SIlwIu

6.  Sierra Club, Campaign Research INTERNSHIP (San Francisco)

The Sierra Club Sierra Nevada Resilient Habitats campaign works to protect the communities, wild lands and wildlife of the Sierra Nevada region. View additional internships:  http://bit.ly/SIlIaE

 

7. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace FELLOWSHIP

Full-time junior staff member at the participating organization of one’s choice.  Gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and security. Deadline: Oct. 1  http://bit.ly/VQU8Hh

8.  WEBINAR: Decoding the Presidential Management Fellows Application Process

October 16 (TUES)  4- 5PM; Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center

Targeted for graduate students- learn about the Pathways Programs and application process  http://bit.ly/UNpZFp

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Check out the government/policy webpage at http://bit.ly/Q8iRUf

Make an appointment by calling 603-646-2215