|Alumni Relations||Deanna (Dee) Wendlingemail@example.com||Alumni Relations E-Communications Intern||Alumni Relations E-Communications||2||Filled||Start networking now with DePauw alumni! Join the Alumni Relations team as we utilize our web-integrated database and new technologies to help advance communication with DePauw’s constituencies! We seek two qualified ITAP interns to become creative partners in cutting-edge e-communications with the Alumni Relations Office. During the year the two interns will work together and on individual projects, helping to create multimedia presentations (including digital elements) for Old Gold Weekend alumni awards, the Athletic Hall of Fame and the Alumni Reunion Weekend Celebration. With your networked computer and your skills using Microsoft Office, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Flash, and Adobe Photoshop, along with excellent communication skills (writing, speaking, and listening), you will be prepared to help expand the electronic horizon for the donors, alumni, parents and friends who make up the external DePauw constituency. Experience in videography, digital editing and web and graphic design are important. Join us as we find new ways to communicate with our uncommonly successful alumni and help DePauw lead the liberal arts into the brave new e-world of constituent relations. |
If you need more information, please contact: Deanna (Dee) Wendling, Administrative Assistant, Alumni Relations at X4209 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Interns need to demonstrate competency in iMovie or multimedia software available at DePauw. Dreamweaver competency desired as well as strong communication skills. Because interns will occasionally work outside our office on media projects, a high level of initiative and ability to work independently and without direct supervision are required.||We provide the training to access the alumni database (limited access), utilize the e-blast program, and to understand the philosophy for our web content management.|
|BIology /Biochemistry||Chet Fornariemail@example.com||Bioinformatics Projects Assistant and Services Coordinator||Development and Implementation of Bioinformatic Services for Teaching and Research||2||Filled||Seeking an ITAP intern to develop and implement services in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology for both students and faculty members. This intern would address a specific Project within the Bioinformatics (BIO325) course, and create and develop services in computational biology for students in other courses using bioinformatics (BIO215 Cells & Genes, BIO315 Molecular Biology, BIO450 Research Problems, various Biochemistry courses) . Duties and responsibilities would range from assisting students and faculty members with computer technologies specific to bioinformatics problems encountered in both courses and independent research projects, to creation, development, implementation, and maintenance of expanded services in bioinformatics and computational biology. Requirements include successful completion of the Bioinformatics BIO325 and CS121 courses, and a strong interest in developing and expanding your skills and knowledge in computational biology.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Basic skills in bioinformatics||Working well with students in the capacity of a tutor or teaching assistant, and with faculty members as a skilled adviser for both computer hardware and software. Familiarity with basic bioinformatics programs such as MEGA and Chimera, and with the NCBI web-site for computational biology. The ability to acquire familiarity and eventually expertise in new software being developed for cutting-edgy work in bioinformatics; this would require an ability to search the literature, read and understand published research papers, and incorporate or adapt this information into bioinformatics projects and services.||- expert use of MEGA and Chimera and NCBI; a basic familiarity is the only, initial requirement|
- skilled use of newer programs, such a Cytoscape and CONSURF
- working more effectively and efficiently with students and faculty members
- ability to integrate and manage software for new and unfamiliar projects coming from both the classroom and specific research projects
- searching the computational biology literature for new software applications and integrating these into existing and new projects.
|Communications and Strategic Initiatives (Coffin)||Jonathan Coffinfirstname.lastname@example.org||Strategic Communications Intern - Digital Video / Social Media||2||Filled||The Division of Communications and Strategic Communications seeks an intern to produce regular web videos to support University marketing and communications needs, particularly in service of admissions and advancement goals. Interns will be asked to shoot video with a DSLR (Canon 60D) and should have editing experience with Final Cut Pro. Past projects have included the “Day at DePauw” video and other work for the office of admission. Interns are asked to participate in and - in many cases – drive creative development of video ideas, and are tasked with managing video projects from creative concept through shooting, editing and final production. As such, interns have the potential to complete their internship with a portfolio of video projects. It is crucial that interns in this position be self-starters capable of working without constant oversight and should possess an ability to think creatively about potential communications and marketing opportunities.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||It would be quite helpful for the student to be interested photography and film. Regarding soft skills, the intern should be an effective communicator and a self-starter who’s not afraid to offer ideas and collaborate with others.||A variety of Web 2.0 and leadership skills can be learned on the job, but a basic familiarity with video editing software etc is a necessity.|
|Communications and Strategic Initiatives (McAdams)||Sarah McAdamsemail@example.com||Arts Marketing and Publicity Intern||1||Filled||Interested in the arts? Like to write? Have InDesign and Photoshop skills? Be part of a team of interns who assist in publicity for the theatre department and the Performing Arts Series. You qualify to apply if you care about arts marketing, consider yourself a good reporter, can work under deadlines, and are undaunted by technology skills. Bring your ideas and enthusiasm.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||InDesign||Student needs to be highly organized, committed to getting projects completed in a timely manner, have a developed aesthetic sensibility, detail-oriented and very proactive.||I hope the student will be familiar at the outset with the software needed to produce marketing materials, but I know that frequency of use can lead to mastery. I hope the student to have an aesthetic sensibility, but, again, hope that experience with creating posters, programs, and other materials will sharpen those sensibilities. I hope that the internship will enhance skills and characteristics that can be carried beyond DePauw: mastery of design software, heightened artistic and promotional awareness, time management, commitment and responsibility. Finally, I hope for the intern what I hope for all of those who work for me, whether ITAP or work study: that working in arts promotion will ignite or deepen a passion for the relevance of arts in our world.|
|Community Technology Enhancement Program||Bob Hershbergerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Community Technology Enhancement Program Technical Coordinator||CTEP||4||Open||Technical coordinators will work on imaging CPUs, troubling shooting, installing components, testing components, and participating in weekly workshops for local high school students. Any community outreach programs might also include working with senior citizens.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||All skills are teachable.|
Please note that this is not a web site development internship. The intern will be working to develop an interactive software system that is web based. This is different than building a web site.
Good organizational skills. Strong communication skills (respond to emails promptly and professionally, deliver oral progress reports).
|DePauw Sustainability||Carol Steeleemail@example.com||Sustainability Web Page Editor||Sustainability Web Page||1||Filled||The Sustainability program would like to work with an ITAP intern who is able to manage the Sustainability Twitter account (@DePauwSustain), manage the Google Calendar, and act as an author/editor to create and maintain a professional looking, well-organized, well-maintained Sustainability web site (www.depauw.edu/offices/sustainability). The 2011-2012 academic year began the major renovation of the DePauw website and the transfer from the old website to the new. The purpose of the website is to facilitate communication among all sectors of the campus about DePauw’s Sustainability efforts. Internally, many students, staff, and faculty want to know what sustainability efforts are being implemented and how they can be involved. Externally, DePauw has a great interest in making its achievements visible to the broader public, particularly alumni and prospective students. Therefore, we need the continued re-creation and maintenance of a quality, interactive web site. We need an author/editor for the website, who will work well with the Sustainability Director and others on the Sustainability team. This individual should have some knowledge about and interest in the topic of Sustainability, should have excellent writing skills and should have knowledge of/experience with web design and maintenance. The individual should be knowledgeable about creating multimedia stories, which will populate the site.|
Works well both in a team setting and individually. S/he should be someone capable of learning new things and thinking outside of the box - be it about the Sustainability program or about the technical aspects of the job.
The intern may be asked to learn technical skills new to them. It is not expected that the student will have all of the skills needed to update the website in an innovative way. The student may also be someone new to Sustainability, but it would be helpful if s/he had an interest in the topic and desire to learn more.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Works well both in a team setting and individually. S/he should be someone capable of learning new things - be it about the Sustainability program or about the technical aspects of the job.||The intern may be asked to learn new to them technical skills. It is not expected that the student will have all of the skills needed to update the website in an innovative way. The student may also be someone new to Sustainability, but it would be helpful if s/he had an interest in the topic and desire to learn more.|
|Manu Raghavfirstname.lastname@example.org||Data Analyst||1 to 2||Filled||Updating datasets for courses, writing code for data analysis in R or Stata, merging datasets, and "cleaning" data to prepare it for data analysis, and finally data analysis.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Profiency in using Stata and R and also familiarity with economics.||Proficiency in using Stata and R, as well as familiarity with economics.||Economics major preferred; however, some skills can be learned on the job.|
|English||Samuel Autmanemail@example.com||New Media Field Producer for The DePauw||New Media Field Producer for The DePauw||1 to 3||Open||The DePauw, the university’s twice-weekly student newspaper, is for a student who can create New Media news stories for its web site. |
As the paper moves toward convergence, we are doing more reporting and storytelling online. We are looking for an innovative, hard-working student who is full of energy and ideas of how to make our website more interactive and engaging. We want this person to create video packages and slide shows for the site. Candidate should be comfortable working with a video camera, video editing software like Vegas, Final Cut or IMovie, and have audio recording experience. The ideal candidate will be an integral part of our reporting team and work closely with our Web Master and news staff. He or she must attend storyboard meetings (Sunday and Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.) where we plan out the upcoming issues.
Candidate must be creative and detail-oriented. Candidate needs to understand good journalism practice and have a passion for new media storytelling. We want the producer to generate ideas and be self-motivated to make good work. We would like to have roughly one video package per week, worked out with the Editor-in-Chief.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Candidates should have a basic understanding of news, ethics, and video storytelling.||We need a baseline understanding, but interns will learn a lot on the job. That said, they need to understand the difference between journalism and PR.|
|English||Samuel Autmanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Webmaster for The DePauw||The DePauw||1||Filled||Project Description: We are looking for an ITAP student to serve as Webmaster for The DePauw, the university’s twice-weekly student newspaper. This person would be responsible for maintaining and updating The DePauw’s website (www.thedepauw.com.)|
We are looking for someone who can make our website shine, who can conceive and implement new ways to make our site more interactive and dynamic. Specifically, the Web Master posts content (stories, photographs, and graphics) Tuesday and Friday mornings before 10 a.m. on our site, which is sponsored by College Publisher. (The issue must be posted on time!) Anyone who can copy, paste, and resize images is ready to start.
Knowledge of programming code not necessary, but desirable. While putting the issue on line is the fundamental responsibility, we want this student to do more than simply cut and paste. Our ideal candidate will be brimming with ideas about how to use new media to increase web traffic and augment our print coverage with new storytelling strategies. Blogs. Twitter. Video. We want to get it all working. The paper will increasingly break news online. The Webmaster would be in charge of the website on a daily basis, but also would be a visionary person who could help us imagine news ways to use our site for both editorial content and advertisements.
Finally, should there be any sort of tech emergency, the Web master would be on call Monday and Thursday nights to come in and fix related problems. This doesn’t happen often (one or two times a semester), but when it does, the Webmaster is an essential part of the team.
The DePauw's staff are an exceptionally cohesive, fun, engaging group, and we are always excited to welcome more aboard.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||See add description||Should be comfortable working with Facebook, Twitter, posting videos and slideshows. Be able to work with team, take criticism and have interest in journalism. Ideally, they would also be able to construct polls.|
(Benedix / Villinski)
|Michele Villinskiemail@example.com||Environmental Fellows Social Media and Publicity Consultant||EF Tech Tsar||1||Filled||Be part of our dynamic team! DePauw's newest honors program, Environmental Fellows, needs help getting the word out about who we are and what we do. The grant’s co-directors (Prof. Jim Benedix and Prof. Michele Villinski) invite you to apply for an internship with us for 2013-2014. We need someone who has energy, web authoring and social media skills, and the ability to work with faculty and students from all across the campus. This will be an excellent opportunity for a student with sound technology skills, interest in helping build a growing curricular program, and desire to gain experience working in a team setting. Come join us!||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Strong communication so the intern can coordinate with program staff about project parameters and progress. Ability to manage more than one project at a time. Familiarity with google docs and moodle will be a plus.||Digital video or multimedia capabilities may become useful as the year progresses. Perhaps blogging as well, depending on the direction we decide to go with our program recruitment and publicity.|
|Information Services (Adamchak)||Andrea Adamchakfirstname.lastname@example.org||Special Projects Team Project Consultant||Special Projects Team||2||Filled||Information Services is seeking Associates to work on the Special Projects Team, a project consulting team of highly motivated and skilled student consultants. Members of the team work with faculty, staff, and student clients on short-term projects (ranging from 1 week to several months). Projects may involve web design and maintenance, image development and newsletter design. Student consultants will also assist and/or lead the ITAP web authoring rotation for first-year ITAP apprentices. They will have opportunities to assist staff with Web-related questions and train peers on the BigTree CMS system. In addition to exercising and expanding their technical skills, project consultants gain invaluable experience and preparation working in the types of consultant/client relationships they may encounter after graduation. |
Activities and Responsibilities: • Consult with members of the campus community on a variety of technical projects • Train clients to use and maintain project products • Participate in all team activities • Adhere to project management procedures and reporting • Communicate effectively with clients and team staff
General Qualifications: • Strong interpersonal and time management skills • Solid foundation in Web authoring • Proficiency with Google applications • Demonstrated experience with a wide range of technology and applications • Willingness to learn new technical and project management skills • Familiarity with either Windows or Macintosh • Good troubleshooting skills • Laptop capable of running Adobe Dreamweaver
Contact: Please email resume (or link to ePortfolio) and a brief statement of interest to Andrea Adamchak email@example.com
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Must be familiar with Adobe Dreamweaver, Web WYSIWYGs (such as BigTree, Wordpress, Blogspot), must have exceptional time management skills, must have exceptional interpersonal skills.||Finer knowledge of HTML/CSS, Image editing, working with multimedia, and instructing groups can be acquired on-the-job|
|Information Services (LaRoche)||Lynda LaRochefirstname.lastname@example.org||HelpDesk Intern||6||Filled||Do you enjoy working with a diverse group of clients? Are you eager to gain valuable experience with professionalism and customer service? Do you want to learn and teach others to be self-sufficient with technology? We are seeking enthusiastic individuals to work alongside full-time HelpDesk staff members in supporting the front-line Information Technology needs of DePauw students, faculty, and staff. If you have a strong work ethic, pay attention to detail, understand active listening, and practice good communication skills, then you should apply for a HelpDesk Intern position. A working knowledge of Windows and/or Mac operating systems, an understanding of basic software applications, and an interest in troubleshooting are a plus. We will provide training for this one year position. Apply by submitting a brief letter of interest, link to your ePortfolio, and your résumé to Lynda LaRoche at email@example.com.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Critical thinking skills||Strong work ethic|
Understanding of customer service and professionalism
Oral and written communication skills
|Understanding of Information Services work flows and processes|
Working knowledge of Windows and Mac operating systems
Basic troubleshooting and research skills
|Information Services (LaRoche)||Lynda LaRochefirstname.lastname@example.org||HelpDesk Student Director||1||Filled||Are you interested in gaining leadership experience? Do you enjoy working in a dynamic environment? Do you want to learn and teach others to be self-sufficient with technology? The HelpDesk is seeking an individual to work alongside full-time staff members in leading and managing other interns by identifying, creating, and administering areas of training as well as assisting with special projects. If you have a strong work ethic, solid organizational and time management skills, previous HelpDesk experience, and the motivation to take initiative, then you should apply for the HelpDesk Student Director position. We will provide mentoring for this one year position. Apply by submitting a brief letter of interest, link to your ePortfolio, and your résumé to Lynda LaRoche at email@example.com.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Strong work ethic|
Solid organizational and time management skills
Good oral and written communication skills
|On-the-job training and mentoring will help:|
~ develop management and leadership skills
~ enhance organizational and time management skills
~ project development and management skills
|Information Services (Carpenter)||Curt Carpenterfirstname.lastname@example.org||Tech Center Intern||Tech Center Intern||5||Filled||Are you interested in learning computer hardware and software, troubleshooting and resolving technical problems, helping assist the Field Technicians install computers, resolve incident tickets, and helping maintain the Lab and Tech Classrooms? If you have experience in these areas or are interested in learning we are looking for several highly motivated people to become a part of our team.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||We would like to have someone that has both computer skills as well as soft skills. There are many times they work with the faculty and staff as a representative for our area.||We would like someone that has some technical experience but if someone is willing to learn we can teach them what they need to know to be effective in this internship.|
|Information Services (Crawley)||Rob Crawleyemail@example.com||Printing Services Intern||1 or 2||Filled||DePauw Printing Services is seeking 2 ITAP associates to assist full time Printing Services staff members. This position includes:|
• Creating/maintaining spreadsheets for monitoring job volume
• Creating/maintaining website/electronic job submission forms
• Creating images for print output (for newsletters, pamphlets, brochures, etc.)
• Preparing and proof-reading print jobs
• Printing electronic files to the large-scale printer and copier
• Training other students to run equipment
• Improving reporting and marketing
• Informing staff on areas and means to improve operations and service, informing them on particulars of materials in digital format
• Working to improve department's 'green' initiatives.
Requires: great customer service skills, attention to detail and a strong work ethic. This position is for one year. Training will be provided. To be considered, please submit your resume and ePortfolio to Rob Crawley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||An understanding of the 'value' of customer service skills to the success of the intern's roll is required before starting.||Confidentiality|
Intern needs to be able to work standing and make deliveries.
|The skills themselves will be taught through on-the-job training.|
|Information Services (Hughes)||Adam Hughesemail@example.com||Administrative Systems Software Developer||Administrative Systems Software Development||1||Filled||The Administrative Information Systems(AIS) team seeks an energetic and motivated intern to work on software development projects in support of e-Services. The successful candidate will participate as an integrated member of the AIS group and will participate in the full software development life cycle within the framework of our project processes. Our intern will have the chance to interact with University staff and faculty across multiple functions to define project requirements, plan project scope and timelines, and deliver new software functionality.|
Several available projects will afford the AIS intern an opportunity to learn modern programming languages and software development techniques, depending on individual interests. Some of the specific development efforts under consideration include e-Services integration with various external APIs (ASP, HTML, PHP); development of an open-source API to support a web-based project management tool called Trello (.NET); development of a web-based equipment reservation system (ASP or .NET); web apps to support e-Services browsing or Trello.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||Basic working knowledge of the Windows operating system, navigating the web, and Microsoft Office are needed. Helpful, but not absolutely necessary, would be some programming experience, HTML/CSS knowledge, and familiarity with Dreamweaver or Visual Studio.||Pretty much any of them can be acquired if the student has the proper interest level and motivation, though starting from scratch would obviously greatly diminish the likelihood of fully completing a software development project in one semester. For a very raw student, I would definitely prefer to scope this internship as a multi-year effort.|
|Information Services/I.L.S. (Pejril)||Veronica Pejrilfirstname.lastname@example.org||Digital Audio Technologies Intern||1||Filled||The Digital Audio Technologies Intern will perform a variety of work, including but not limited to:|
• Assisting in the recording, editing, and archiving of School of Music- and University-presented events as directed by the Recording Arts Specialist
* Helping manage and maintain the recording spaces (Central Recording and the Recording Studio)
• Assisting in the tranining and management of ITAP apprentices in the Audio Recording and Digital Audio Rotations
• Providing other services, such as digital audio editing, computerized music notation processing, media conversions, and simple multimedia production
The ntern will also participate in the I.L.S. Associates program, which is designed to promote the professional development of the intern and prepare him/her to assist with common instructional technology support problems encountered by DePauw faculty, staff, and students.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Good communication skills are essential.||Most can be acquired on-the-job, but I would prefer someone with experience. The musical skills are required before we begin.|
|Information Services/I.L.S. (Kim)||Jin Kimemail@example.com||Instructional & Learning Services Intern||4 or more||Filled||Have a direct impact on teaching and learning at DePauw as an Instructional & Learning Services (I.L.S.) Intern! Work side-by-side with staff professionals! As an I.L.S. Intern you will assist full-time staff members working in the Digital Media Lab (DML), Faculty Instructional Technology Support (FITS), and Student Technology Support in supporting faculty and students with their diverse technology needs such as consulting, designing and developing multimedia, supporting digital video, planning and leading workshops, supporting walk-in lab clients, developing instructional materials, maintaining lab spaces, and working on special assignments. Interns will work on a variety of activities ranging from Social Media to Moodle to Google Apps to iMovie to DyKnow to Photoshop. Interns will be assigned to projects and tasks according to their interests and strengths. In addition, leadership opportunities will be available as well as professional development opportunities through the required participation in the I.L.S. Associates Program. Apply by submitting your resume, link to your ePortfolio, and a brief letter of interest to Jin Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||X||X||Knowledge of music; strong unto obsessive attention to detail, especially aural; experience with audio recording hardware & software (Pro Tools in particular); highly responsible, prompt, and reliable; curiosity about and willingness to learn esoteric things.|
Special consideration is given to students with particular interest in music/recording technology who have demonstrated exceptional creativity in the field.
|Interns can acquire any of the technology skills they need through on the job training. However, a candidate should already be proficient in a few types of advanced software as this usually indicates that s/he is able to learn new technology skills easily.|
|Information Services/I.L.S. (Kim)||Jin Kimemail@example.com||Student Director of Student Technology Support||1||Filled||Have a direct impact on teaching and learning at DePauw as the Student Director of Student Technology Support! Work side-by-side with staff professionals and I.L.S. Interns! As the Student Director, you will assist full-time staff members and I.L.S. Interns working in Student Technology Support in supporting faculty and students through the planning and leading of workshops related to class projects. The Student Director will be in charge of coordinating and scheduling all Student Tech Support workshops as well as special events in support of student technology needs. Workshop topics may range from Social Media to Moodle to Google Apps to iMovie to DyKnow to Photoshop. Professional development opportunities will be available through the required participation in the I.L.S. Associates Program. Apply by submitting your resume, link to your ePortfolio, and a brief letter of interest to Jin Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.||X||X||X||X||X||Image editing (e.g., Photoshop), Social Media (Google Docs, Twitter, Facebook, etc.), effective written and communication skills with a focus on customer/client service. Knowledge of or willingness to learn new technologies. Ability to lead and organize large projects, self-motivation and initiative!||Interns can acquire any of the technology skills they need through on the job training. However, a candidate should already be proficient in a few types of advanced software as this usually indicates that s/he is able to learn new technology skills easily.|
|Information Services/I.L.S. (Wilkerson)||Beth Wilkersonemail@example.com||GIS ITAP Intern||1||Open||Gain valuable skills that are becoming increasingly sought after in corporate, government and academic sectors! If this sounds appealing to you, join the DePauw Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Center team and be a key player in promoting and supporting spatial technologies at DePauw.|
The successful candidate will gain experience related to GIS and other spatial technologies by working independently and as part of a team to shepherd GIS projects and to provide GIS support and expertise campus-wide. In addition, the GIS Intern will develop organizational, project management, and technical skills by participating in the I.L.S. Associates Program, a requirement.
Candidates should have strong interpersonal skills, be familiar with PC-based computer systems, be open to collaborating with others, possess the capacity to take direction and the motivation to take initiative, and be willing to learn new technologies and software.
For more information, visit the GIS Center website: http://www.depauw.edu/univ/gis/.
To discuss this position and/or set up an interview, please contact Beth Wilkerson, GIS Specialist, 765-658-6554, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||GIS||The Associate should have strong interpersonal skills, the capacity to take direction, the aptitude to take initiative, and the ability to work as part of a group as well as independently.||GIS|
|Information Services/ITAP (Richmond)||Brandy Richmondemail@example.com||ITAP Student Director||2 or 3||Filled||Contribute directly to the enhancement of ITAP by working side-by-side with the Director and Assistant Director of ITAP! Looking for an upcoming junior or senior in good standing in the program, with solid organizational, interpersonal, leadership and academic skills. Intern will assist with recruiting/outreach efforts, new directives, and program projects as needed. Intern will also have the opportunity to brainstorm with the ITAP leaders on ways to enhance and strengthen the program, especially its connection to the liberal arts. Here’s your chance to give back to the program at a dynamic time!||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Program promotion, marketing, and tracking.||The soft skills from the ad are needed at the start (organizational, interpersonal, leadership and academic skills). Understanding the need for discretion is key.|
|Information Services/ITAP & PCCM (Fellegy)||Doug Fellegyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Digital Video Production Assistant||Multiple Projects||5||Filled||This one-year position requires students who are interested in producing high-quality videos in a production-house atmosphere. Your priority will be to produce videos for general campus use; these include promotional videos, specific (and rare) class-related videos, and other programming for the web and the campus cable network D3TV. |
Applicants should be familiar with the basics of video production, either through the ITAP Digital Video rotation, a production course, or some other related experience. You’ll be given training throughout the internship, but the curriculum will be heavily project-based.
Applicants should come prepared to work in a production house-type environment, where priorities are shared between learning the theories and practices of video production and satisfying the client. Applicants are expected to be very reliable and flexible when meeting with a client, as well as when planning and executing a video project from concept to completion. Creativity, responsibility and time management skills are must-haves.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Videography||Digital audio a plus. Ideal candidates will have experience with Final Cut Pro Studio 2 (and associated software Soundtrack and LiveType), DVD Studio Pro 4, and Adobe Photoshop CS2. The hardware candidates would ideally be familiar with are Panasonic MiniDV camera and accessories, full Lowell lighting kit and accessories, and other related production accessories. Students will definitely need soft skills, such as interpersonal skills, creative and analytical thinking skills, time management skills, and possessing a sense of personal responsibility and self-motivation.||Candidates will gain more experience with software and hardware as the semesters unfold.|
|Intercultural Life||Aliza Frameemail@example.com||Intercultural Life Strategic Communications Intern||Strategic Communications Intern - Social Media & Digital Video||1||Filled||Intercultural Life seeks an intern to help achieve its strategic communication goals through a variety of special projects. Responsiblities of this position include creating a series of digital videos for current and prospective international students; developing and implementing social media strategies; developing marketing materials for programs and services; occasional web updates; and other related projects, as assigned. The Strategic Communications Intern will primarily serve International Student Services, but may occasionally work on projects for the Intercultural Life team or its individual offices. This intern must have the ability to manage time and projects effectively, from conceptualization to implementation. A desirable candidate should have experience working with software required for digital video and social media projects, experience creating marketing materials, and strong organization and communication skills. Experience working with international students is strongly preferred.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||X||X||X||See ad description.||Image editing and web authoring|
|Management Fellows||Sandy Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||Technology Associate||Video||1 or 2||Filled||The McDermond Center is seeking two interns that will collaborate together to create regular web videos for the Management Fellows/McDermond Center Web site. Also, we want the interns to create marketing strategies with all different kinds of social media. We want the interns to be creative and make solid recommendations in how to improve and maintain a "live" Web site. Students will be permitted to seek whatever training/collaboration is necessary to complete the assigned project.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Communication skills, integrity, great work ethic, be a self starter.||Professional growth.|
|Prindle Institute for Ethics||Nicki Hewellemail@example.com||Prindle Institute Digital Media Intern||1 or 2||Filled||The primary responsibility of the Prindle Institute Digital Media Interns will be digital video production. However, the interns also will be involved with producing posters (Photoshop) and updating Prindle's social media platforms. The Digital Media Interns will have the opportunity to create an event on technology and ethics. Additionally, the interns will have the option of attending an off-campus conference on ethics||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Interpersonal skills are necessary for shooting video footage. The interns also should also be self-motivated and organized.||The interns should be comfortable creating videos (from shooting the footage to final production) and making posters on Photoshop. However, training in how to properly shoot interviews can be acquired on the job.|
|Psychology||Akshat Vyasfirstname.lastname@example.org||Behaviorial Neuroscience Research Technical Assistant||Neuroscience of Auditory Processing in Zebra Finches||1||Filled||Looking for someone who could combine their knowledge of information technology and Biology to help me conduct cutting-edge research in Neuroscience. The task will involve writing code for conducting behavioral tests on small songbirds, and building and testing circuits for the same. The work may also involve building and maintaining a lab website.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||X||Knowledge of Biology and the willingness to work with small animals.||Computer programming and code writing. Working on the hardware, software interaction.|
|Publications||Kelly Gravesemail@example.com||Digital Photography Assistant||1||Filled||Assist the University photographer on photo assignments; assist with loading images into the University photo database and maintaining accurate information about each gallery; tagging galleries; photo editing using Adobe Photoshop; assist with researching industry standards and making recommendations for upgrades.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Photography||We are Mac-based and use Adobe Create Suite.||Familiarity with Macs can be learned as well as the programs. What we do not expect to teach is the basics of photography. A basic knowledge and interest in photography is necessary.|
|Science Research Fellows||Dan Gurnonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Science Research Fellows Web Author and Content Developer||SRF Marketing 2.0||1||Filled||The Science Research Fellows Program seeks an intern to develop content for its website, program that content, and help design other types of marketing materials to publicize its program, students and outcomes. The intern would work with the SRF Program Director and Assistant Director to plan, edit, and author web content, make updates to the program's website and online application process, and help test and implement possible social media expansions for the SRF program. They will also help to design and author a research brochure/newsletter that summarizes what is going on around campus in the sciences. Additional projects will include survey design (using Google forms) for measuring program outcomes and educating the SRF program for possible implementation of electronic portfolios.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Some Web 2.0 knowledge would be helpful but not necessay. Previous knowledge about how science research works (especially at DePauw) would make developing content easier. Helpful interpersonal skills would include being a self-starter, ability to set and meet goals, and find resources to help solve IT-related problems.||Web 2.0 skills, survey development using Google Forms and other online forms, electronic portfolios, security protocols useful for creating secure rec letter submission|
|Spiritual Life||Katherine Smanikemail@example.com||Social Media and Internet Communications Developer||1||Filled||Spiritual Life is looking for an energetic, well read, inquisitive and design savvy student who is passionate about Social Media and website design. The ideal candidate is interested in how non-profit organizations use Social Media and the Internet to share their message with their constituents. As the Developer of our Social Media and Web presence the student will have a unique opportunity to work alongside the Director of Spiritual Life to continue to reinforce the public message for the Center for Spiritual Life and explore best practices in sharing that message with others. This ITAP Intern will build upon the work of the 2012-2013 ITAP Intern by increasing our use of Social Media, continually looking for ways to refine our web presence, and determining the best ways to successfully explain our web and Social Media philosophy to key students, faculty and staff who make use of our Social Media sites and web presence. The intern will build upon our plan for future use and updates to relevant websites and Social Media sites, ensuring that we stay relevant to our target audience.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Research Skills, Interest in use of Social Media, Public Speaking/Presentations, Interpersonal Skills, Organization Skills and Internal Motivation||Public Speaking/Presentations, Internal Motivation, Organization Skills|
|Student Disability Services||Pamela Robertsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Student Disability Services Assistive Technology Intern||Student Disability Services Internship||2||Filled||Student Disability Services is looking for an intern who is passionate about the field of technology and willing to learn innovative ways to support students with disabilities through assistive technology. This intern will research new technology available, as well as become familiar with already existing technology, such as iPad, iPhone Apps, Kurzweil, Livescribe Pens, and Dragon Dictate, to support reading and study skills. The intern in this position would also be encouraged to produce PowerPoint presentations for various events, and take part in presentations and training sessions for students and possibly faculty and staff. During the year the intern would be encouraged to spend time networking, observing and visiting public schools, universities and workshops to gain knowledge of the technology available to support students with various learning challenges. A positive attitude is a must, as well as the ability to maintain confidentiality.||Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||Assistive technologies||Web 2.0 and multimedia. Experience with Mac, iPhone, iPad helpful. Enthusiastic, positive attitude with leadership potential. Must have an engaging personality with excellent communication skills and the ability to interact well with both students and staff.||The intern does not have to have a strong background in assistive technology, but must have an interest in learning about various types of technology supports. It would also be helpful if the student had an interest in the area of student disabilities, but does not have to have experience in the area, just a strong desire to learn more.|
|WGRE||Chris Newtonemail@example.com||WGRE Web Director||Maintaining WGRE Website||1||Filled||The student will function as a WGRE director, the same as the other directors, and work in a deadline setting to make the website reflect the "on-air" entertainment and information of the radio station. The website reflects the immediate nature of broadcasting; news, sports, podcasting, promotions and station information will be presented using contemporary web technologies including video, audio, blogging, polling, etc., which the ITAP student will oversee.|
Technically, the website is currently maintained via Dreamweaver on an off-site server running the latest Microsoft server software and incorporating ASP coding. Interested applicants should have an understanding of this technology. Website design changes are approved via the WGRE board.
|Full-year (Fall-Spring)||X||X||X||Ability to work as part of the director team, and ability to pick up basic operating procedures of the radio station (maintain a shift, work with audio files) Much of this is training we will provide to any ITAP-er we hire who needs it.||WGRE-based stuff like audio editing or operating WGRE on-air equipment.|