Outreach/Public Relations Internship – OPEN ‘TIL FILLED.

Dates:   Fall 2012 – Spring 2013 (Must be on campus Fall, Winter, and Spring)

Location:  Dartmouth College Career Services, 63 South Main Street, Suite 200,  (Bank of America Building)

 

 

Requirements:

  • 10 hours/week, flexible schedule
  • Able to work evenings and weekends as required
  • Organizational and planning skills
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities
  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Goal-oriented and able to work independently
  • Demonstrated initiative and motivation

Internship Description:

This Outreach/Public Relations Intern will:

  • Promote and develop opportunities for the Career Services Office through:
    • Building strong relationships with affinity groups, (including affinity sororities/fraternities) and first generation students.
    • Communicating with OPAL Advisors in support of building relationships with affinity groups.
    • Developing and maintaining relationships with all pre-professional student groups (Dartmouth Law Journal, Dartmouth Black Business Association -DBBA, Women in Business – WIB, Architecture Group, Dartmouth Latino Business Association DLBA, Dartmouth Society of Investment & Economic – DSIE, Dartmouth Sustainability Group and the Social Enterprise and Economic Development – SEED)
    • Assisting Career Services with ongoing priorities as such promoting diversity efforts and offer programming/resources that reflect the diverse student academic and career interests
    • Coordinating and publicizing programs and events in collaboration with Dickey, Rocky, Tucker and DOSCs
    • Identifying and following up new opportunities
    • Monitor perception/public image issues about Career Services by
      • Coordinating with Assistant Director to convene and moderate Career Services Student Consultants working group (which offers a student perspective and feedback to help improve services, processes and marketing strategies)
      • Collaborating with the Marketing/Branding Intern to present a cohesive message
    • Represent Career Services on campus at fairs, information tables, and other outreach/public relations opportunities such as the Employee Networking Fair, on-campus programs, specialty programs, etc.
    • Works closely with Marketing/Branding Intern to advise on publications, posters and media directed to students
      • Offer First-Time User Tutorials and Internship Search Tutorials, and ‘roadshow’ presentations on campus
      • Other duties as assigned

*Please submit a résumé, cover letter, and contact information of two (2) references to Kate Yee kate.yee@dartmouth.edu the position will remain open until filled.  Review of applications will be done on a rolling basis. Get them in soon!

 

CAREER BLITZ: Sports & Recreation

CAREER BLITZ:  Sports

  1. Association for Women in Sports Media updated Conference information:
  2. Ivy Sports Symposium November 16, 2012 @ Columbia University.
  3. Ivy Sports Business Network:
  4. 4.     National Sports Marketing Network (NSMN) 
  5. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
  6. SGMA, the trade association
  7. Dartmouth College Outdoor Programs Office,
  8. Sports Careers:
  9. Women Sports Jobs
  10. Network with the Alumni available through the Dartmouth Career Network: 

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1. Association for Women in Sports Media updated Conference information:  http://bit.ly/IGqIqU 

2. Ivy Sports Symposium November 16, 2012 @ Columbia University.  Sign up for email notifications:  http://bit.ly/K21LVs 

3. Ivy Sports Business Network:  Connect to the Symposium through Facebook; email or become a member of the LinkedIn Group for the Ivy Sports Collaborative.  http://bit.ly/IH55VJ 

4. National Sports Marketing Network (NSMN) is the exclusive industry trade organization for sports business professionals in the United States  http://bit.ly/IBXR83

5. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) – ever wanted to work for the world of College Athletics?  Here’s a link to their Human Resources Employment Information:  http://bit.ly/IUrpZn

6. SGMA, the trade association of leading industry sports and fitness brands, is still looking for Spring & Summer interns:  http://bit.ly/Ka6NBX 

7. Dartmouth College Outdoor Programs Office, offers student employment in a variety of settings.  See currently available listings:  http://bit.ly/IBY6Qv

8. Sports Careers: good listing of opportunities, plus some conferences.  Check it out!  http://bit.ly/IBYcaJ

9. Women Sports Jobs features Jobs of the Week! Check back often to see what’s new:  http://bit.ly/IqWSqx 

10. Network with the Alumni available through the Dartmouth Career Network:  http://bit.ly/GJV8ru

Field of Work:

Sports/Recreation = 61

Field of Specialty:

Adult Fitness = 4

Law:  Sports & Entertainment = 22

Sports/Recreation = 201

Sports Medicine = 12

**Want to talk about your Sports Job Search?   Call 646-2215 for an Appointment with a Career Advisor

Like Food? Like the Food Network? Volunteer opportunity right HERE!

 

Career Services Office was contacted  by the Food Network because they are filming an episode here in Lebanon, NH and needs volunteers.  What a great opportunity to see what goes on behind the scene! IF you are available for any of the shifts below, please contact Ally directly as stated.  Remember to be professional in all contacts and behavior.  Following is a portion of the email sent to us:

“The Food Network is filming an episode of Restaurant: Impossible May 4th and 5th at a local Lebanon restaurant (name and exact location TBA closer to shoot date). We are looking to put together a crew to help with the renovations of the restaurant. Students will be working closely with Food Network’s celebrity chef Robert Irvine, HGTV’s Lynn Kegan, and Restaurant Impossible’s construction manager, Tom Bury (painting, crafting, construction, remodeling, cleaning, decorating etc. depending on skill set).
This is a volunteer position, but meals will be provided. Also a great way to learn about production on set. Students should be okay with being on camera and wear comfortable clothing & sneakers/boots with no logos.
Here are the shift times available:
  • Friday, May 4th: 1pm-8pm
  • Friday, May 4th: 8pm-2am
  • Saturday, May 5th: 10am-6pm 
Please let volunteers know they are not limited to one shift. They can email me directly at agrant@shootersinc.com with their preference, and I will mark them down.
Thanks again!
Ally Capriotti Grant
Office Production Assistant
Food Network’s
Restaurant Impossible

Road to the Show April 18, 2012 – If you are SERIOUSLY considering sports as a career.

FOR STUDENTS: who are interested in sports, marketing, sales, and all facets of a professional franchise.  The following is a great opportunity to see the inside workings of a professional sports organization.

Who: “Road to the Show” is designed for students who have an interest in sports, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, legal, or any facet of running a professional sports franchise. The event is open to undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and staff from local colleges and universities.

 

What: A night for students to come to Fenway Park and enjoy a Red Sox game while also learning what it is like to work for a successful business from senior level Red Sox Executives. Students will receive:
A Standing Room Only ticket for the 4/18 game vs. the Rangers ($20 value)
A moderated Q&A session with Senior Red Sox Executives (exact attendees TBD)
A special guest credential that includes information about Red Sox related internship programs
A private, pre-game party on the Right Field Roof Deck from 4:45 PM to 5:30 PM with breakout discussions based on student interests with approximately ten senior level Red Sox employees
A raffle that includes ticket upgrades and autographed items
Opportunity to take photos with the 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies
A visit from Wally the Green Monster

Where: Fenway Park. Students will be asked to arrive at Gate B (Corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)

When: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at Fenway Park. Boston Red Sox vs. Texas Rangers at 7:10pm
3:45 PM: Students arrive at Fenway Park Gate B (corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)
4:00 to 4:45 PM: Q&A session moderated by a Red Sox broadcaster. Due to the number of students, questions will be submitted in advance at www.redsox.com/roadtotheshow
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM: Private pre-game reception on the RF Roof Deck with Red Sox employees (Concessions items are not included, but are available for purchase at this time).
5:40 PM: Gates open to the public. Note: At this time students have the option to exit the ballpark or remain inside Fenway Park until the game starts

Why: The Red Sox want to provide an opportunity for participants to see what it is like to work for a professional sports organization while also offering a fun night for students to enjoy the Fenway Park experience.

Purchase Information: Tickets are $25.00 per person for Standing Room Only tickets. Colleges or student groups that would like to participate must purchase a minimum of 25 tickets. Participating schools may distribute tickets to students, faculty, and staff in their sole discretion. Please contact Meghan Ryan at mryan@redsox.com or (617) 226-6987 to confirm your participation or if you have any questions.

Still trying to think of a New Year’s Resolution? Make it your Career Search!!

Kasey Kaplan provides some great ideas in the article New Year’s Resolutions for Job Seekers.  Briefly, here’s the highlights:

“This year, MY New Year’s Resolution is to:

1. Proofread all cover letters, messages, emails, applications, and resumes I send to employers, before I send them…..

2. Attend X number of networking events…..

3. Be specific…..

4. Be a professional……

5. Be better prepared for interviews….. “

Read the entire article for further information and help. (http://blog.hiredmyway.com/new-years-resolutions-for-job-seekers/)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIT European Career Fair: Submit your resume!

 

The 16th European Career Fair is taking place at MIT on January 21- 23!  The MIT European Career Fair offers the opportunity to  facilitate matching between European employers and American students who are interested in a career in Europe. 

Students are encouraged to submit their resumes prior to the Career Fair.  The deadline to submit is December 6th.  Submit your resume at https://www.euro-career.com/.

Career Tip: Join A Professional Association!

Unsure about how to obtain more experience in your field of interest? Interested in staying up-to-date on all the latest trends in a certain industry? Would you like to have more opportunities to network in a seemingly obscure career field?

Consider joining a professional association or organization!

Most working professionals these days belong to or are affiliated with some sort of association or organization. These associations will often provide many benefits to members or affiliates, including but not limited to: Conferences, access to job or internship list-serves, membership databases, lists of organizational partners, workshops, webinars, trainings, and articles relating to industry trends. In addition, many professional associations provide opportunities for students as well!

After joining a professional association or organization of interest, find out ways to become involved.
Serve on a board, volunteer at a conference, network through a membership directory.

If interested in learning more about professional associations, please feel free to visit Career Services, Monday – Friday, from 1:30 – 4 PM to speak with an advisor about how to get involved in a field of interest.

Non-Profit Career Digest: October 21st, 2011

NON-PROFIT CAREER DIGEST: OCTOBER 21st, 2011

1. Funding for Unpaid Winter 2012 Internships – October 26th, 2011
2. Looking for a job, an internship or volunteer option? Check Idealist.org!
3. Campus Campaign Fellowship – Urban Teacher Center
4. Chicago History Museum InternshipS (Chicago) (All-Terms)
5. Paul Revere House Internships (Winter, Spring, Summer)
6. Interested in Non-Profit work? Serve on a Board! (Blog Article)
7. Social Networking for Non-Profit Young Professionals (Website)
8. DoSomething.org, Marketing Intern (New York City)(Paid) – DEADLINE: 10/30/2011

1. Funding for Unpaid Winter 2012 Internships – October 26th, 2011
The funding deadline for unpaid internships is fast approaching! For more information about funding resources, please visit our website: http://bit.ly/qD6svk

2. Idealist.org
www.idealist.org is the leading non-profit and non-governmental organization search engine. In addition to searching for internships, volunteer opportunities, or jobs, students also should search through organizations. Idealist lists nearly 70,000 organizations on their site.

3. Campus Campaign Fellowship – Urban Teacher Center (ON-CAMPUS)(STIPEND)
Urban Teacher Center (UTC) is a fast-growing non-profit that prepares highly effective teachers who significantly accelerate student achievement in the nation’s highest-need schools. UTC is looking for mission-driven sophomores, juniors, seniors or graduate students to serve in the first cohort of Campus Campaign Fellows. Part-time: 5-8 hours/week (flexible). For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/pmyyzF

4. Chicago History Museum Internships (Chicago) (All-Terms)
Working alongside staff members in a tutorial arrangement, interns gain valuable skills and training in museum practice, archival administration, arts administration, and historical scholarship. For more information about available internships, please visit: http://bit.ly/oB0QNQ

5. Paul Revere House Internships (Winter, Spring, Summer)
Internships at the Revere House involve participation in most day-to-day site activities (interacting with the public, speaking to school groups, curatorial duties as needed) along with a research or other project determined by prior agreement between the intern and Revere House internship supervisor. Prospective Revere House interns should have a background in history, American studies, museum studies, decorative arts, preservation studies or other related field and be prepared to spend 10-20 hours per week on their internship work. For more information, please contact Patrick M. Leehey at 617-523-2338 or pat@paulreverehouse.org

6. Interested in Non-Profit work? Serve on a Board!
Interested in obtaining leadership skills, and developing your knowledge set within the non-profit arena? Consider serving or volunteering with a board of overseers. Visit Rosetta Thurman’s blog article for more information: http://bit.ly/czmMiG

7. Social Networking for Non-Profit Young Professionals (Website)
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) promotes an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the growth, learning, and development of young professionals. Become involved by visiting: http://ynpn.org/

8. DoSomething.org, Marketing Intern (New York City)(Paid) – DEADLINE: 10/30/2011
Interning at Do Something is a great way to learn the ins and outs of the not-for-profit world, work in a fun and young office environment and get great work experience. We give our interns tons of responsibility and are also known to have brownie bake-offs every once in a while. For more information, visit: http://dsorg.us/bPL2s

 

 

 

 


Green Careers Digest: October 13th, 2011

GREEN CAREERS DIGEST: OCTOBER 13th, 2011

1.) BROWNFIELD INDUSTRY INFORMATION (RESOURCE & JOB BOARD)
2.) TOPTENUSA – EXERCISE YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
3.)
OPERATION WALLACEA PRESENTATION (CONSERVATION RESEARCH) – 10/20 at 1 PM
4.) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM BULLETINS – UPCOMING EVENTS
5.) AMERICAN COUNCIL ON RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
6.) ALL IVY ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FAIR – SAVE THE DATE – 2/24/2012
7.) AS YOU SOW – NON-PROFIT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY – VARIED RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS
8.) FALL 2012 – E.P.A. GREATER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FELLOWSHIP (2 – YEAR PROGRAM)
9.) START NETWORKING WITH THE DARTMOUTH GREEN ALUMNI GROUP!
10.) CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIP (INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES)

1.) BROWNFIELD INDUSTRY INFORMATION (RESOURCE & JOB BOARD)
BrownfieldRenewal.com is designed to be the online guide to smart remediation, redevelopment, and reuse of brownfields. The website brings you the latest industry news, the most up-to-date information. In addition, you can see video interviews and search through jobs and internships in the brownfields industry.

2.) TOPTENUSA – EXERCISE YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
TopTen USA is the leading source of independent information on the energy efficiency of common products. A nonprofit, TopTen identifies and publicizes the most energy-efficient products on the market. Internship(s) will post in DartBoard soon. For more information, contact Jesse.Wingate@Dartmouth.edu.

3.) OPERATION WALLACEA PRESENTATION (CONSERVATION RESEARCH) – 10/20 at 1 PM
Operation Wallacea is a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research programmes. Research opportunities for students available. On-campus presentation will be held on Thursday, October 20th, at 1 PM at 105 Life Sciences Center. For more information please visit: www.opwall.com.

4.) ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES PROGRAM BULLETINS – UPCOMING EVENTS
Interested in learning more about opportunities on campus? Visit the Environmental Studies Program page for more information about upcoming events, programs, and industry-specific information at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~envs/bulletins.html

5.) AMERICAN COUNCIL ON RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERNSHIPS (WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER)
The ACORE internship program is designed for individuals interested in making a career in the renewable energy industry. The focus of the program is to assist young professionals along the path of professional development, gaining the knowledge, resources and experience they need to join the renewable energy industry, whether it be in industry and trade, finance or policy. For more information, visit: http://www.acore.org/acore-internship-program

6.) ALL IVY ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FAIR – SAVE THE DATE – 2/24/2012
The All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Fair will be hosted by Columbia University on 2/24/2012. For up-to-date information, follow the Facebook Fan Page at http://on.fb.me/q676Fy.

7.) AS YOU SOW – NON-PROFIT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY – VARIED RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS
Toxics Research Intern; Extended Producer Responsibility Research Intern; Solar Research Intern

As You Sow promotes environmental and social corporate responsibility through shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies. As You Sow is based in San Francisco, but has virtual opportunities. Toxics Research internship requires background in chemistry. Solar Research internship requires engineering coursework. For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/qCUkm8

8.) E.P.A. GREATER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FELLOWSHIP (2 – YR. PROGRAM) DEADLINE: 12/12/2011
The GRO Undergraduate Fellowship is intended for students entering their last two years of study before obtaining their first bachelor’s degree. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships program, is offering Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) undergraduate fellowships for students in environmental fields of study. For more information, visit: http://1.usa.gov/pNB8ad

9.) START NETWORKING WITH THE DARTMOUTH GREEN ALUMNI GROUP!
The mission of Dartmouth Green Alumni (DGA) is to unite, strengthen, and provide opportunities for members of the Dartmouth community engaged in the environmental, energy, technology, and other sectors aiming to build a greener, more just and sustainable future for humanity. Visit the website at: http://www.dartmouthgreenalumni.org/

10.) CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS (INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES)
Conservation International’s science, policy and field work focuses on protecting and maintaining the health of the species, habitats and ecosystems that are the building blocks of a healthy planet. There are varying opportunities abroad; from Peru to Mexico, and Columbia to Liberia. Conservation International has internships for individuals with non-environmental study related backgrounds as well. Visit the website for more information: http://bit.ly/n8qAQ8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arts Career Digest: October 6th, 2011


ARTS CAREER DIGEST: OCTOBER 6th, 2011

October is National Arts & Humanities Month, a coast-to-coast collective recognition of the importance of culture in America. It is designed to encourage all Americans to explore new facets of the arts and humanities in their lives, and to begin a lifelong habit of active participation in the arts and humanities.

1.  Elias Arts:  Audio communications, branding and strategy firm
2.
Christie’s Education | London Masters degrees in Art History Graduate Program
– 10/18/11 at 12:30 PM in Collis 221

3. 
For Students from LA:  Los Angeles County Arts Commission
4. 
For Seniors:  Orchestra Management Fellowship Program
5.  Multicultural Arts Management Internship Program (NYC)
6.  Internship Opportunities (NYC)
7.  Random Facts FYI for Dartmouth Students
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1.       Elias Arts:  Audio communications, Branding and Strategy firm
New York, NY:  *Unpaid
Winter or Spring Audio Branding Intern

Deadline to apply via DartBoard: Oct. 16 no later than 11:59PM
Job Description: The internship position encompasses assisting the Audio Branding team with all departmental aspects, with a focus on helping create brand-based Audio Identity Systems; delving into brand strategy and marketplace opportunities; and assisting with business development analysis, as well as infrastructure organization and maintenance.  www.eliasarts.com

**Apply through DartBoard no later than 11:59 PM

2.       Christie’s Education | London Masters degrees in Art History Graduate Program

  • 10/18/11 at 12:30 PM in Collis 221

An international team of dedicated art-world experts, academics and practitioners, who are committed to educating and inspiring the next generation of art-world professionals, have been brought together in London, New York and Hong Kong. All our students have access to resources and staff of Christie’s Auction House. Our full-time courses in London and New York allow students to explore the many museums and galleries located there and special study trips to Europe, USA, and China are included as part of these courses. In Hong Kong, innovative new courses act as an introduction to the art world in all its aspects, allowing participants to get a taste of the many different areas of study available at Christie’s Education internationally.

To RSVP to this event:  http://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/mmiwp.

For more information about the programme:  http://www.christies.edu/index.html

3.       For Students from LA:  Los Angeles County Arts Commission

The purpose of the County’s program is to provide undergraduate students with meaningful on-the-job training and experience in working in nonprofit arts organizations, while assisting arts organizations to develop future arts leaders.

Students eligible for internship positions must be currently enrolled undergraduate college students who reside or attend college in Los Angeles County. Students must have completed at least one semester of college by June 1, 2011 or will complete their undergraduate degree by September 1, 2011 in order to be eligible to participate.

4.       For Seniors:  Orchestra Management Fellowship Program

The Orchestra Management Fellowship Program is the League’s premier leadership training program. This year-long, highly competitive program is designed to launch executive careers in orchestra management. Since its inception, the Orchestra Management Fellowship Program has graduated approximately 175 fellows, many of whom hold leadership positions in our nation’s orchestras.

5.       Multicultural Arts Management Internship Program (NYC)

The Multicultural Arts Management Internship program was created to promote diversity in arts management careers and to provide young people who have an interest in a career in either the arts or business with a hands-on introduction to work in the business fields of the nonprofit arts sector…..Arts organizations serving as intern hosts represent a range of disciplines, including music, dance, theater, visual arts, museums, and arts services. Business mentors hold numerous professional occupations but share a common passion for the arts and desire to guide a young person in his/her pursuits.

6.       Internship Opportunities (NYC)

The Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to investigate and participate in the operations of a leading service organization dedicated to building mutually-beneficial partnerships between the arts and business communities. Interns become integral members of our team and are expected to participate in daily activities, contribute skills and ideas, and produce excellent work, all the while preparing to become the next generation of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders.

7.       Random Facts FYI for Dartmouth Students
Dartmouth Career Network (DCN) has the following:

  • 23 Alum in Non-Profit:  Arts/Entertainment
  • 101 Arts/Entertainment in California alone!
  • 621 Arts/Entertainment Alums in the DCN
  • 2 Arts/Entertainment Alums in Idaho
  • 9 Arts/Entertainment Alums in Washington State.

You should check it out to see what other facts you can find out and the alums that you can connect with!

Internship Survey Database:

  • 41 Arts/Entertainment internship responses

Come to the Career Services Office (63 So Main Street, 2nd Floor) and see what types of internships Dartmouth students have had in the past in the Arts & Entertainment Field!