Job/Internship/Experiential Opportunities Digest

JOB/INTERNSHIP/EXPERIENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES

*These announcements/opportunities are sent to us by the organizations; posting them here does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Communication, The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences or The University of Arizona. Do your due diligence in checking them out.

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Welcome, COMM students!

In this digest, you’ll find a compilation of opportunities from organizations that have contacted the COMM advisors to reach out to you, the students. We’re keeping all this information here, and updating it regularly, rather than flooding your inbox with emails. We hope that you find this helpful in your search for jobs, internships, etc.

Please keep in mind that most of these opportunities come from organizations outside of the U of A. We do not specifically endorse any of these opportunities, and do not have more information about them other than what is listed here.

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The Thomas R. Brown Foundations

Web Project Manager

Attention undergraduate students!

 

The Thomas R. Brown Foundations, a local nonprofit here in Tucson, is looking for a part-time (10-15 hours per week) Web Project Manager to help them improve their website and online presence. The position is for this summer with potential to continue into next year. Please see the attached job description for details about this unique summer job opportunity and how to apply. Compensation is $12-15/per hour depending on experience. The deadline to submit materials for consideration is Monday, May 30th. Please email Jesse McCain at jmccain@email.arizona.edu<mailto:jmccain@email.arizona.edu> with any questions about this position.


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SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN

LOCATION: TUCSON, AZ

COMMITMENT: APRIL 1 - NOVEMBER 30, AVG. 8-10HRS PER WEEK, WITH OPPORTUNITY TO STAY ON

Company Description:

Tucson Fashion Week is a community wide experience consisting of unique events that encompass

fashion, style, art, and celebrity. TFW is owned by House of PM, a collaboration of Paula Taylor

Productions and MHS Styling. Its mission is to create a platform for emerging designers to showcase their

work, alongside international designers, local boutiques and national retailers. Through fashion events,

charitable partnerships, unique experiences, and iconic collaborations, Tucson Fashion Week is putting

Southern Arizona and its creative class on the national fashion and retail landscape.

www.tucsonfashionweek.com

Job Description:

Tucson Fashion Week is looking for an enthusiastic Social Media Intern to assist the Social Media

Manager in day-to-day duties. The intern will be exceptionally organized and analytical and should have

experience with social media, marketing, or PR. The intern will work with the Social Media manager and

the Production Managers to ensure that every platform finds an appropriate post and information, as well

as organize post scheduling. This position requires strong writing skills and the ability to be concise and

catchy in under 140 characters, a good eye for imagery, and creating posting schedules.

The intern will utilize social media tools to monitor trending topics on social media and finding areas of

opportunity/jumping into trending conversations. Help identify and propose new opportunities appropriate

for the brand.

Qualifications:

Photoshop.

independently. Ideal candidate is very detail oriented with great communications skills.

Additional Information:

Does this sound like you? Let us know why we should meet. For consideration, you must submit your

resume and cover letter.

Send your resume and cover letter in Word Doc or PDF to Andrea Castillo Lara. Please make sure you

put the title of the job in the subject line.

EMAIL: andrea@tucsonfashionweek.com


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Camp SAY Looking for SUmmer Camp Counselors 2016

Once again, we are looking for some great young adults (minimum age: 19) to join our staff<https://say.campintouch.com/v1/staff/application/app0.aspx> this summer, and I was hoping that you might know and could recommend some students to be staff members.We are looking to hire for the following positions:

 

  *   Bunk Counselor

  *   Activities Counselor

  *   Teaching Artist

  *   Support Staff

  *   Office Staff

  *   Drivers

 

 

Because stuttering affects more boys than girls (about 4:1), we are especially looking for male bunk counselors to join our staff. All staff positions are PAID positions.

 

Thank you in advance for your help and support in spreading the word about Camp SAY. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns, and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

 

 

If you know of any students in the University of Arizona community who would be interested, please pass on this email and the information below and encourage them to fill out our application<https://say.campintouch.com/v1/staff/application/app0.aspx>. (I've also attached a Camp SAY brochure for you.)


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Neato is seeking College Ambassadors to represent the Bud Light and Budweiser brands in college towns across the US. As an Anheuser­Busch Ambassador, you'll play a vital role in the execution of marketing events that strengthen each brand’s connection with consumers and increase sales. This is a valuable opportunity to gain first­hand experience marketing for a global company. Candidates must be of legal drinking age.

WHAT WE OFFER ● Impact: You'll play a vital role in building the Bud Light and Budweiser brands in your area. ● Flexibility: We’ll work with you to schedule events around your school schedule ● Leadership: You'll be empowered to independently execute local sampling activations and support large­scale marketing events ● Support: You'll receive in person training and continuous support from the Neato and Anheuser­Busch teams ● Compensation: You'll earn $15/hour (estimated 12 hours per week) with the opportunity of earning additional monthly performance bonuses ● Opportunity: Top Ambassadors have the potential to launch their career path with Anheuser­Busch and will be considered for full­time roles

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES ● Work an average of 12 hours per week, including nights and weekends ● Each week you will be responsible for: ○ Executing 4 product tastings at provided accounts (bars) during popular times, predominantly nights and weekends ○ Submitting the necessary event recaps after each tasting event ○ Attending of weekly status calls with the Anheuser Busch and Neato teams ○ Consistent, clear communication with your team ● Promote marketing activations to your 21+ peers ● Serve as the liaison between the AB Team and your local account contacts to build sales and distribution in your market

REQUIREMENTS ● Must be of legal drinking age ● Ability to work nights and weekends ● Passion for Bud Light, Budweiser and the Anheuser Busch brands ● Strong knowledge of your college culture and community ● Demonstrate leadership capability ● A 'roll­up­your­sleeves' attitude ● Ability to thrive in an autonomous environment Please apply for position directly at http://ab.neatoagency.com/


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Talentpoolme Paid Internship - Marketing / Sales / Social Media

Talentpoolme (Talentpoolme.com) is a digital resource that gets college students hired in the most efficient way.

We are looking to fill a paid internship position with an entrepreneurial individual that wants to make money on their own
time while earning valuable work experience.

You will lead our Give 5, Get 5 Program by implementing creative ideas across college campuses.

This is a 5 month program where you will work remotely and on your own schedule. Training, resources, and goals will be provided.

What you'll get:

Please send your resume to contact@talentpoolme.com. Hope to hear from you soon!

Talentpoolme.  Be efficient. Be direct. Get hired.


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StudySoup Internship

Are you an ambitious student who is looking to gain stand-out Marketing and Leadership experience? StudySoup is offering a paid Spring internship position on campus (up to $16/hr).

If selected, you'll participate in a week long leadership training program and be mentored throughout the semester on how to apply real life marketing strategies in your day to day role as an intern.

We're looking for awesome, go-getters!

To explore this unique opportunity you can learn more and apply here >> studysoup.com/internship

note: applications will be closing soon so be sure to apply ASAP to be considered

hours: 5-8 hrs per week

pay: up to $16/hr

About StudySoup:

StudySoup is a Peer to Peer marketplace for students who want to help each other learn and succeed in class. We're a start-up that's growing really quickly and we've been featured in Forbes, ABC 7 and more!


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Communications Assistant Position at Institute of the Environment

Institute of the Environment (IE) is seeking a current UA freshman, sophomore, junior, or early graduate student for part-time employment beginning in January 2016. UA seniors graduating no earlier than December 2016 also will be considered. The selected candidate will work closely with our communications team on projects that enhance environmental communication and collaboration both on and off campus. The position requires a combination of strong, proven writing skills, acute attention to detail, initiative, a willingness to learn, and an interest in the environment. To apply, send a resume, letter of interest, writing sample (preferably non-academic), and contact information for one faculty and one personal reference to Stephanie Doster by December 18, 2015. The job is also listed on Wildcat JobLink, ID #780742.


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PRESIDENTIAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The American University in Cairo

The Program:

Established in 1981, the Presidential Internship Program at The American University in Cairo (AUC) provides recent university graduates the opportunity to spend an academic year working at the highest levels of an international university, learn Arabic, and experience life in Egypt.

 

Work and Available Offices:

Participants intern full-time in one of eight university offices, working in a range of fields including University administration, sustainability, finance, student development, advancement, communications, and more. A detailed list of these offices can be found on our website. This program provides recent graduates the unique opportunity to begin their professional careers while abroad.

 

Benefits:

Program benefits include a monthly living stipend, furnished faculty housing, private Arabic tutoring, access to AUC faculty and staff programs, community-based personal development, subsidized trips around Cairo and Egypt, and more.

 

Application:

We look for a diverse array of applicants from a wide range of American universities, including students with no background in Arabic or Middle Eastern Studies. Potential applicants should view the brochure and visit our website for more information on the program and how to apply. In addition, visit our Facebook page and blog to learn more about living and working in Egypt.

 

The application is due January 22, 2016.

 

Regards,

 

Sevita Rama

Office of the President

The American University in Cairo

 

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Presidential Internship Program

The American University in Cairo

www.aucegypt.edu/about/internshipprogram


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This spring, Team USA’s newest digital media interns will have the opportunity to live and work at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, creating highly-visible, digital content surrounding our country’s Olympic and Paralympic teams as we prepare for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

 

Below are the opportunities we are offering for current students and recent graduates in the digital field:

 

Digital Media and Production Intern: http://go.teamusa.org/1K6YoYq

Digital Media Operations Intern: http://go.teamusa.org/1ZzV4kh

Social Media Intern: http://go.teamusa.org/1MeUnmF

Digital Media Content Intern: http://go.teamusa.org/1L9B6oN

 

Our internships this semester will run from January until the end of May. Candidates should apply as soon as possible, as we are filling the positions on a rolling interview basis.

 

 

Sarah Higgins | Digital Media Coordinator

United States Olympic Committee

1 Olympic Plaza

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909

+1 719-866-4317[o] +1 719-331-8294[m]

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Anyone interested in applying for the tutor position should submit their application and unofficial transcript at our website: http://frogtutoring.com/jobs.

Please see below for more information.

 

Why Work For Frog Tutoring?

         i.      Great Pay - Minimum of $30 per session.  

         ii.     Flexibility

                    1.       Tutors will choose which grade levels and subjects to tutor.

                    2.       Tutors will create their own work schedule.

                    3.       Tutors can work as many hours as they like.

         iii.    Driving Compensation  

                    Depending on the distance, tutors will be compensated for driving over a certain  mileage.

         iv.    Bonuses

                    Tutors who constantly receive high tutor rankings will be eligible for periodic bonuses.

         v.     Incentives & Acknowledgement - (Hard work does not go unnoticed!!!)

                    Tutor of the month: Every month the Regional Coordinator from each region will submit one tutor to be selected as the tutor of the month.


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As you may know, Chegg Tutors is one of the largest online tutoring platforms, with thousands of tutors and students working together daily. As a tutor at Chegg Tutors by InstaEDU you set your own schedule, make $20/hour, and work from the convenience of your own dorm room!

 

If you’re ready to teach, you can set your availability and we’ll message you with lesson opportunities or feature you in subject search results so students can send you a message. You can tutor using our online lesson space- using chat, audio, video and/or document sharing – whatever you feel most comfortable with.

 

Signing up takes less than 10 minutes! Just visit http://instaedu.com/become-a-tutor and follow a few easy steps. If you have any questions about tutoring with Chegg Tutors by InstaEDU, please email prianna@instaedu.com.


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Attention Students of University of Arizona,

 

One Heart Source is currently accepting applications for our 2016 Volunteer Programs. We are offering a variety of 2 and 4 week programs in Jamaica and South Africa!

 

As an OHS Volunteer you will:

 

  *   Mentor students to realize measurable academic growth and cultivate life-long relationships.

  *   Immerse yourself in diversity through service, workshops, and excursions.

  *   Collaborate with small cohorts of university students from around the world.

  *   Develop empathy, confidence, and leadership skills through the pursuit of social justice.

 

Apply here for our Volunteer Programs: 2016 Application<http://oneheartsource.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=07e55f614c3aa31ced914ba25&id=1a93de5dd6&e=fea5fff48a>

Next Application Deadline: May 1

www.oneheartsource.org<http://oneheartsource.us11.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=07e55f614c3aa31ced914ba25&id=3b54e329c4&e=fea5fff48a>


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Do you want to write about Movies, TV, Anime, Arts, Comics, Games, Literature or other art forms? Do you want to get your foot in the door and enter the big-wide world of the online media and have your work read and shared by millions of readers? We invite you to The Artifice:

http://www.the-artifice.com

 

The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms. We do not run The Artifice, you do. The Artifice is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow writers. It is structured to let you focus on the quality of the content while it deals with the exposure of it to an audience of millions.

 

Instead of recycling the same entertainment news stories or publishing commonplace editorials, The Artifice focus on unique topics that are intellectually stimulating and meaningful.

 

You can write about a whole host of things for pleasure, passion and/or to boost your CV with vital experience in this ever competitive media environment.

 

Our current writers range from undergraduates, to graduates, to emeritus professors and a bit of everyone in between.

 

Grab the opportunity and join our team of writers. Join now:

http://the-artifice.com/write/


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Internships with Lila Clare Jewelry

PR and Social Media internships available at Lila Clare Jewelry. Interns will create and execute social media/PR & Media plan for local, handmade jewelry business. Intern must possess superior writing and interpersonal skills, and be self-motivated, able to work independently, organized, creative, reliable and flexible. Full details here (#90): http://www.dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~cip/index1.htm. Send resume, cover letter, 2+ writing samples and 2+ references to clare@lilaclare.com.


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Athletic Director/Sports Information Intern  

Number of hours/week: As many or few as needed.             

 

Tasks and duties intern will perform: Manage social media, website contributor, monitor athletes academic progress, game day logistics, marketing and fundraising, attend AIA Bylaw meetings, coaching if interested, media relations, assist the athletic director in everyday tasks.

 

Qualification and characteristics of ideal candidate: Hard-working, eager to learn, self-motivated, imaginative, enthusiastic, great people skills, likes working with kids, reliable, strong written and verbal skills, professionally dressed and groomed and honest and trustworthy.

 

Other relevant information: Preferred candidate should be sports minded. We oversee 21 sports, and 33 levels from varsity to frosh. This is an unpaid internship, offered for credit only.

 

Palo Verde High Magnet School, Athletic Department             

http://pvtitans.olinesports.com/;

 http://edweb.tusd1.org/paloverde/index.htm

1302 S. Avenida Vega Tucson, AZ 85710

 

Contact Information:

Jason Karn

Phone: 520-584-7435

Fax: 520-584-7401

Email: jason.karn@tusd1.org


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"Voted as one of the top Technology blogs in the country and recognized by USA Today as the “Go-To” news source for what is happening in the Arizona tech scene, AZ Tech Beat is seeking a reporting journalist and backpack video journalist for Summer and Fall! "

And refer students to this link:

http://aztechbeat.com/internships-editorial-public-relations/


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Exciting news!

 

SheKnows Media, the #1 women’s lifestyle media brand, has posted their summer internships opportunities live on the Careers Site! We are actively seeking summer interns in a variety of areas including Editorial, AdOps and Market Research in our NYC office and our Scottsdale, AZ Headquarters!! Our internships are a great way to get insider perspective and hands on learning in the fastest growing industry in one of the fastest growing companies in the business!

 

All Internship postings can be found here:

 

http://corporate.sheknows.com/careers


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My name is Spencer Carnes, and I am an undergraduate student at The University of Colorado, Boulder, the Colorado State Director for No Labels, and the Director of Communication for No Labels at CU Boulder.

No Labels is an organization dedicated to resolving the gridlock in Congress by helping Democrats, Republicans, and Independents reach across the aisle and work together. Our goal is to create a new politics of problem-solving by asking that representatives from all parties sit down and discuss solving problems, by working from a common set of goals. Currently, we have over seventy members of Congress who support our mission, as well as the goals presented in our National Strategic Agenda<http://www.nolabels.org/goals-no-labels-national-strategic-agenda>.

While the national organization itself has made a significant amount of progress, we believe that student leaders are the key towards ensuring this movement makes a visible impact in the near future. For this reason, we are attempting to establish college chapters all across the nation that would work to further the goals of our organization. So far, we have set up just over 60 college chapters nationwide, and we would love to have The University of Arizona join that list.

Student’s who start chapters on university campuses will have the opportunity to participate in a month long internship in New Hampshire this summer, as well as to return for a National Conference on Oct. 5th of this year. This incredible opportunity is a tremendous segway into working in political organizing and campaigning, and provides students with an opportunity to affect real change in American Politics. We hope that students at The University of Arizona would like to be a part of that change!

If you know of any students who would be interested in starting a No Labels chapter on The University of Arizona's campus, please have them email me at spencer.carnes@nolabels.org<mailto:spencer.carnes@nolabels.org>, so I can give them further information about what exactly this endeavor entails.

To learn more about our organization and what we stand for, click on the following link: http://www.nolabels.org/whoweare

If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out and send me an email!

Thank you so very much for all your time, as well as the work you do in providing students with higher education! Have a wonderful week, and I hope to hear from you soon!

Sincerely,

Spencer Carnes

Colorado State Director

No Labels

spencer.carnes@nolabels.org<mailto:spencer.carnes@nolabels.org>

(303)-502-6747


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Senator Jeff Flake’s Tucson office is currently accepting applications for their 2015 summer internship program.

Interns will have the opportunity to experience firsthand how a state office of a United States Senator operates.  Interns will assist the Senator and his staff with a variety of tasks including interacting with constituents, assisting people who need help with federal agencies, and working on a variety of research projects.  Students will also have the opportunity to regularly attend meetings and community events with staff.

This is a highly competitive program. Successful candidates will demonstrate an eagerness to learn about federal public policy and how it affects local communities. Upperclassmen with at least a 3.0 grade point average are given priority.

The office is located at 6840 N. Oracle Road.   Students are expected to complete at least 135 hours during the semester to receive 3 units of credit.   The University of Arizona offers internship credit in several departments.  Interested applicants should send an email to julie_katsel@flake.senate.gov


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Nourish International addresses global poverty by engaging students to work directly with international communities and establish sustainable projects.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fN2EhKlblyY

We are looking for students just like YOU to make a lasting impact on your campus and in the world.

Apply <http://nourishinternational.com/?page_id=63> to bring Nourish International to your campus today!

 Visit www.nourish.org to learn more. Act now - applications are being reviewed as they come in!

Chapter Founder Application Packet

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The Chapter Founders Team

Nourish International

(919) 338-2599

www.nourish.org<http://www.nourishinternational.org/>

Engaging students and empowering communities to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty                 

 

 


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Operation Groundswell is a non-profit organization that runs international volunteering programs. We are looking for globally conscious and socially active students who want to spend their break exploring some of the most complex and beautiful countries in the world!

If you're into cultural exchange, fulfilling community service, and off-the-beaten path adventure, apply for our May programs by March 31!

*All students applying for programs departing in May are eligible for large-scale financial aid bursaries. Simply ask us for more information.

Check out where we go:

http://operationgroundswell.com/ 

Summer programs are open in the following countries and regions:

 Ghana – Global Health

East Africa – Youth Empowerment or Development

Middle East – Human Rights

 Southeast Asia – Conservation or Youth Empowerment

India – Education or Gender Rights

Guatemala – Fair Trade Justice or Peace & Conflict

Peru – Environment

 

 


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The 2015 Montgomery & Associates Summer Writing Internship at the WRRC

The University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) is offering a summer internship to a student interested in gaining experience writing about environmental and water issues. The internship is supported by Montgomery & Associates, an Arizona-based consulting firm specializing in hydrology and water resource issues. The selected intern will contribute to research and writing for an issue of Arroyo, the annual WRRC publication that focuses on a critical Arizona water issue. Arroyo is recognized as source of objective, accurate and understandable information and reaches a wide audience that includes policy makers and water professionals as well as the interested public.

The topic selected for the 2016 Arroyo is potable water reuse. It will provide an overview of history, plans, technologies, water quality concerns, regulations, and public acceptance issues regarding the potable reuse of water in Arizona.

Enrolled students in good standing at the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University are eligible. The intern will work approximately 20 hours per week for 10 weeks between the end of May and the beginning of August 2015 for a stipend of $2,500.

The intern will work at the WRRC offices in Tucson.  The successful applicant will be responsible for his/her own accommodations.

To Apply: Complete the application form downloadable from http://wrrc.arizona.edu/montgomery  and send the completed form, along with a writing sample and a letter of recommendation, to Susanna Eden at seden@email.arizona.edu<mailto:seden@email.arizona.edu> .

The 500-1,000 word writing sample may be on any topic; however, it should not be a technical report. The writing sample should avoid jargon and be understandable by general readers.  Applicants are encouraged to look at previous issues of Arroyo on the WRRC website at http://wrrc.arizona.edu/publications/arroyo.

The letter of recommendation should come from a faculty member familiar with applicant’s writing.

Deadline: Applications are due no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 17, 2015.

Questions? Please direct any questions to seden@email.arizona.edu<mailto:seden@email.arizona.edu>.


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Become a campus rep for IndieU!

My name is Camille and I work for a new independent music company called IndieU! We are looking to expand our rep team by finding college students at your school who are passionate about music and interested in attending music events, writing reviews, and discovering new music and artists.

IndieU is a music company that focuses on connecting unsigned artists to a targeted fan base in the college demographic through three components; our online music magazine streaming service, our cross platform mobile app and our rep network of students.  Through these three components we hope to help artists grow their fan base while allowing college students the ability to easily discover and share independent music.  We currently have over 2,000 artists, 25,000 songs, 400 pieces of content and 40 students in 15 colleges across the nation.  This is an exciting time for us as well since we are launching with an all new site and mobile app in the next 2 weeks!

Becoming a campus rep for IndieU is a great opportunity for students to gain experience working with an up and coming music company that is changing the current landscape of the music industry.  If you know of anyone that may be interested or know of anyone I should contact please let me know. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please email us at IndieUmusic@gmail.com<mailto:IndieUmusic@gmail.com>.

Thank you!

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Camille Darko


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Positions we are hiring for Camp SAY 2015:

  *   Bunk Counselor - live with and be responsible for a group of 6-12 campers of the same gender with a co-counselor (create a positive, unified, safe space in the bunk, help to wake up and get ready, help go to bed, help stay organized, eat all meals together in the dining hall, etc.)

  *   Teaching Artist - lead/support various creative/performing arts activities under the support and guidance of the Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director; work with small groups of campers (2-4 per group) to create original pieces to share/perform on Visiting Day

  *   Activities Counselor - lead/support various camp activities throughout the day, including sports, performing/creative arts, adventure/outdoor activities, group-bonding activities, and more

  *   Support Staff - support the leadership staff, office staff, and activities staff with various tasks and activities; may include supporting the leaders of specific activities; setting up for activities, evening activities and special events; helping with transitions between activities; arranging/organizing/preparing supplies in the office; providing support on the bunk line and in the dining hall; accompanying drivers with travel assignments; etc.

  *   Office Staff - help keep the operations of camp running smoothly, help maintain a clean and organized office space, work closely with and support the Leadership Team, answer phones and correspond with families as needed, assist with data entry, supplies, attendance, memos to staff, camper mail, and other administrative tasks

All staff members are expected to actively support, encourage, and engage all campers socially, emotionally, and physically (help with conflict resolution, self-confidence, strong communication; be a positive role model/mentor/great listener; show patience, enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, generosity, etc.).

Camp SAY brochure


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Please review the latest marketing projects from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Questions can be directed to aaron@mindsumo.com

Why would you want to join Cisco’s marketing team? - $1000 in prizes

Propose the functions and interaction methods for digital personal assistant - $1000 in prizes

Create a system to help MS patients share symptoms with doctors - $1000 in prizes

Direct Links:

https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/cisco-marketing

https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/assistant-2020

https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/help-multiple-sclerosis-patients-manage-their-symptoms 


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Are you interested in CONTRIBUTING TO YOUR COMMUNITY and working with REFUGEE YOUTH?

 

Then consider joining the La Frontera Center’s Refugee Youth Mentoring Program! The La Frontera Center is a behavioral health agency that provides prevention services to refugee families to help them adjust to their new communities. We are working with Horizons for Refugee Families to provide tutoring and mentoring afterschool to refugee youth at Doolen Middle School and Catalina High School. We are recruiting mentors to fill volunteer and intern positions. Please refer to the attached flier for more information and the application. If you have any questions, please contact Malini Chauhan (mchauhan@email.arizona.edu ) or Victoria McDonald (victoria.mcdonald@lafrontera.org) for more information.

Refugee Mentoring Flier

La Frontera Youth Mentor Application

TUSD Volunteer Application

Availability and Interests Form


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Here’s your opportunity to do work that’s important!

Apple is accepting applications for the AppleCare College Program. Motivated Wildcats can work for Apple from home!

 

As a College Advisor, you will be provided with a business-use iMac and world-class paid training.  Advisors will be able to choose their three week day, evening shifts (four hour shifts and beginning on or after 5PM CST) that compliment their class schedule.  The one weekend day shift (eight hours) will be scheduled according to the business needs.  You will also have full corporate benefits including up to $5,250 of tuition reimbursement per calendar year, an Employee Stock Purchase Plan, paid time off, discounts, Apple-matching 401k, and the potential to grow in a career at Apple.

 

To submit your résumé, visit: http://www.apple.com/jobs/us/students.html#aha_college

All majors enrolled through May 2016 are encouraged to apply online.


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We are SPEAC interns with the OASIS Program Against Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence at Campus Health and we are planning Take Back the Night this year, an event dedicated to promoting sexual assault awareness and providing a safe space for survivors to speak out. We would like to encourage students to join our planning committee to help us organize the event by assisting with the following:

- Creating a schedule for the event

- Researching speakers and entertainers

- Creating a safe space for advocates and survivors

The planning committee will meet once every week starting Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 from 5:30-6:30 PM. Meetings will be located at Campus Health, 3rd Floor Health Promotion and Preventative Services.

 

Take Back the Night is a chance for you to be part of an incredible healing experience. Join the planning committee for this powerful event.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:

Nicolette King - nicoletteking@email.arizona.edu

Simone La Londe - sal16@email.arizona.edu

Megan McKendry - mmckendry@email.arizona.edu

Olivia Ray - oray@email.arizona.edu

Gabriela Valencia - gav3@email.arizona.edu

Hope to see you there!

Gabriela Valencia

Students Promoting Empowerment and Consent (SPEAC) - Event Planning Coordinator

College of Social and Behavioral Science

Anthropology| Latin American Studies| Gender and Women Studies Minor

gav3@email.arizona.edu| gv0117@gmail.com


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Summer Teaching Positions Available:

Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer

·             Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $500 and $700 per week while teaching.

·             Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.

·             Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.

The Institute of Reading Development<http://readingprograms.org> is seeking candidates for summer 2015 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.

We hire people who:

·             Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure

·             Are responsible, hard working, and have good communication and organizational skills

·             Will be patient and supportive with students

The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.

We invite you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute at: http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com/<http://instituteofreadingdevelopmentteachingjobs.com>


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Become an online tutor in your favorite subjects, and teach whenever you're free. As an InstaEDU tutor, you set your own schedule, make $20/hour, and work from wherever is convenient for you (dorm, apartment, library).

How does it work? We'll send tutoring requests your way whenever you're online. If you're available, just accept to instantly launch into an online lesson with a student. You can also set up scheduled lessons when it's convenient for you. Work with students of all levels and subjects, and make a extra cash while you do.

Signing up is easy and takes less than 10 minutes! Just visit http://instaedu.com/become-a-tutor and follow a few quick steps. If you have any questions about tutoring with InstaEDU, please email jamie@chegg.com.


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Communications/Writing Internship

The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is accepting intern applicants to help author digital content, blog posts, Press Releases, newsletter content, social media posts, contributing news articles and special event marketing content to help SAACA tell our story to the community.  This is a challenging opportunity for a young professional to contribute to the growth of a highly active regional multi-disciplinary arts organization who produces over 50 unique culinary, fine art, performing arts and major annual festivals and social events annually. The organization also works to produce valuable arts education, creative arts therapy and dynamic business and arts integration programs in the Southern Arizona community.   Learn more at www.saaca.org

This internship will provide opportunities to author published articles, editorial, web and social media and blog content in both local and regional media outlets, including, but not limited to: news print, television, online newsletters, web content, radio and other media outlets.

Responsibilities include:

- Assist in developing and implementing social media strategies aimed at increasing awareness about SAACA, raising funds and supporting cause marketing partnerships

- Assist with brainstorming, creating, and distributing marketing materials

- Draft basic public relations materials including, news releases, online blog and web content, social media alerts, fact sheets, appeal letters, and other materials as directed

- Support the development and execution of special events

-Track organization’s news coverage and seek follow-up opportunities with reporters

Internship is unpaid.  Travel reimbursement made available for mileage.

Students interested in the internship should contact Cait Blanton, Communications Director cait@saaca.org with a copy of your resume, and availability.


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Frog Tutoring seeking tutors

Anyone interested in applying for the tutor position should submit their application and unofficial transcript at our website: http://frogtutoring.com/jobs.

 Please see below for more information.

 Why Work For Frog Tutoring?

          i.      Great Pay

          ii.     Flexibility

                     1.       Tutors will choose which grade levels and subjects to tutor.

                     2.       Tutors will create their own work schedule.

                     3.       Tutors can work as many hours as they like.

          iii.    Driving Compensation

                     Depending on the distance, tutors will be compensated for driving over a certain mileage.

          iv.    Bonuses

                     Tutors who constantly receive high tutor rankings will be eligible for periodic bonuses.

          v.     Incentives & Acknowledgement - (Hard work does not go unnoticed!!!)

Tutor of the month: Every month the Regional Coordinator from each region will submit one  tutor to be selected as the tutor of the month.


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The Daily Wildcat is seeking undergraduate or graduate students to be Opinions Columnists during the Spring 2015 semester. Applicants must demonstrate superior research and writing skills and an ability to contribute to a diverse desk that exposes issues in the UA community and engages national dialogues. Successful applicants will also be inquisitive, passionate, and creative.

Columnists must attend Sunday afternoon pitch meetings and publish columns of 500-600 words on a weekly basis. A limited number of alternative publishing schedules may be available to exceptional applicants with extremely limited time availability.

Interested students should send a resume and persuasive writing sample of 500-2500 words to Jacquelyn Oesterblad at jacquio@email.arizona.edu. Finalists will be interviewed.


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Jobs that make an Impact

2 years of action for our environment, our democracy, our future

Impact runs action campaigns on issues that matter, like global warming, clean water and big money’s influence over our democracy, and we’re hiring!

This isn’t a study program or a travel program; it’s an action program. Our mission is to create the grassroots action, energy and power it takes to make an impact on important issues.

If you’re serious about making an impact on these issues and you’re willing to get out and work in the real world, where issue campaigns like these are won and lost, then we’re the group for you.

To learn more, visit our website at www.weareimpact.org. Our priority application deadline is February 8th.


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Internships with the Department of Technology at the Democratic National Committee

The Department of Technology at the Democratic National Committee is recruiting interns to work on a variety of data analysis and engineering projects at our headquarters in DC. This is a great opportunity for current students or recent grads with a variety of methodological backgrounds (e.g., statistics, surveys, experimental research, programming) to get hands-on experience doing applied political research. The specific tasks our interns work on depend upon their particular strengths and interests, but all of our interns work directly with Tech staff on key projects and get to routinely use and grow their skills.

Recent projects our interns have worked on include:

•             analyzing field experiments from the 2012 Obama campaign

•             recoding survey data for use in microtargeting models

•             analyzing campaign contact patterns

•             designing original surveys and experiments

•             programming scripts for analyzing text and images from Twitter

Though the internship is unpaid, we make a point of providing our interns with practical experience and technical skills that will be highly valuable for future employment or grad school---this isn’t a “fetching-coffee-and-making-copies” sort of internship. And for those who want to continue working in political tech and data, there’s really no better place to break into the industry (especially with the 2016 campaign coming up quickly!). More details about the position and instructions about how to apply can be found here:

http://my.democrats.org/page/s/dnc-technology-internship

Please pass this posting along to anyone you think might be interested, and feel free to get in touch with me personally if you have any questions or recommendations.

Thanks!

Andrew

________________________________________

Andrew Therriault, Ph.D.

Director of Data Science

Democratic National Committee

430 S. Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC 20003

therriaulta@dnc.org<mailto:therriaulta@dnc.org>

________________________________

Information about AAPORnet can be found in the AAPORnet Guidelines at: http://www.aapor.org/AAPORnetGuidelines

Questions? Contact info@aapor.org<mailto:info@aapor.org>


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SBtickets.com Paid Internship

My name is Natalie and I am contacting you on behalf of SBtickets.com<http://www.sbtickets.com/> based in NYC. We specialize in the ultimate Super Bowl experience. That includes game tickets, hotel reservations, transportation and party bookings. We are looking for intern(s) to help us during the week of the event from January 26 to February 1. Ideally we are looking for a communications and/or business major.

This opportunity will be within the parameters of their major and will give them some resume experience, they will also be paid $10 per hour. Whoever applies must have a driver's license and their own car. The job will require them to answer phones, manage ticket sales, interface with customers, stage products and gift suites, and be an overall team player. Hours for the position will be plenty and all applicants should submit (1) their resume (2) a brief letter/email of recommendation from a professor and (3) their school schedule for that week.

We are looking to take on 2-3 interns based on their availability. Please let me know if you would be willing to pass this onto your students. All information can be emailed to me directly. We will follow up with the students to discuss their applicability.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Best,

Natalie Ciolko

Executive Assistant

Talent Resources

Mobile: 201. 874.3838

Email: natalie@talentresources.com


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La Frontera Center, Inc.

Tucson Job postings for students with completed Bachelor’s degree.

http://tucson.jobing.com/company_profile.asp?i=13715 


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Virtual Networking Event

Special Opportunity for UA Students:

 

Whether you’re at your desk or at the coffee shop, join us on Wednesday, December 10th at 12:00pm MST to connect with University of Arizona students & alumni from across the country.

                    

At this virtual networking event, you’ll be paired with fellow Wildcats for text-based conversations that allow you to make a connection, share your experiences, and build your network.

 

It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s fun! Register here: https://www.brazenconnect.com/event/university-of-arizona-networking/


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Susan G. Komen and Komen Southern Arizona Internships

Click the links below for Internship postings.

Affiliate Development Intern - Business Development

Community Health Intern - Community Education & Grants

Community Health Intern - Community Profile

Affiliate Development Intern - Events Logistics

Affiliate Development Intern - Marketing and Communications

Office Logistics Intern - Non Profit Office Management


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Eller Marketing Minor - The University of Arizona

To:  Communications Majors

From:  Dr. Roberta Schultz, Director - Eller Marketing Minor

 

Are you looking for a way to enhance your major and improve your job prospects?

 

The Eller Marketing Minor is a way for nonbusiness majors to learn more about business and marketing all in one summer. The advantages of the program include:

 

·             Minor is completed in one summer

·             Hands on experience through local field trips and guest lecturers

·             Bridge the gap between your major and the business world

·             Once accepted, you are guaranteed a seat in each class

·             Fun way to spend the summer

·             Provides an edge in a competitive job market

·             Make new friendships in the cohorts

·             Rewarding way to end with Breakfast of Champions

 

Now is the time to consider your educational options.   If this is a program that interests you, we encourage you to apply.  We are accepting applications only until the limited number of seats are filled.

 

The application and more information are available online at

http://marketing.eller.arizona.edu/undergraduate/minor.asp

 

I'm also happy to talk to you about how the Eller Marketing minor can fit for you.  I hope you'll be a part of the Summer Class of 2015.

 

Dr. Roberta Schultz

Senior Lecturer

Eller College of Management

University of Arizona

520.621-4124

schultzr@email.arizona.edu


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Tenet Healthcare Internships

Good afternoon,

I serve as the chief marketing officer for Tenet Health's Southern Region based in Atlanta.  We are creating a public relations internship program to serve our ten medical centers in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and North Carolina. Our hope is to work with your program in identifying candidates who are graduating in December to serve in these roles beginning in January. While our states are not exactly close to Arizona, we know your students come from all over the country. We believe this opportunity will provide valuable experience for a career in public and media relations, event management and corporate communications.

The Communication program at the University of Arizona would be a great partner for us in this endeavor if this is of interest to your organization.  The internship would be for one year and will be paid, offering a range of $12 - 15 per hour.  Each of our hospitals can accommodate one intern, possibly two in some markets.  We would look to you and your department to provide recommendations on potential candidates. Our plan is to make onsite visits within the next few weeks to conduct interviews for the positions.

The Public Relations Intern job description is attached in the email.  I look forward to hearing your input on the proposed program, job description, logistics and timing.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me via email at angela.mcpike@tenethealth.com or call me on my cell phone at 757-274-1707.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Angela McPike

Chief Marketing Officer

Tenet Health - Southern Region

For job descriptions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GHllJzDaO4E41n2PQS9D3HYC4AAstDCD55iNAbj7lZ0/pub 


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Yelp job announcements for students who have graduated:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R3WqWUVkl69w3q1Q8e3GASqkjNIUUtCz6G-AywNNuO8/edit 


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INTERNSHIP POSTING

San Miguel High School

6601 S. San Fernando Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85756

520.204.6403 ext. 1308

 

Background:           San Miguel High School is a private, Catholic high school that opened in 2004 in order to create a learning community where students from families of limited financial means have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. San Miguel is located in the economically depressed south side of Tucson, Arizona where 50% of adult residents do not have a high school education and 42% of San Miguel’s neighbors earn less than $25,000 per year. At San Miguel, students take a full college preparatory course load while simultaneously holding internships, working in corporations and earning nearly sixty percent of their school tuition. SMHS exists to educate children of the working poor regardless of religious affiliation. San Miguel High School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are part of the nationally recognized Cristo Rey Network of Schools with 26 in the country. In 2014.2015 San Miguel will celebrate 10 years of changing lives through education. Learn more by visiting www.sanmiguelcristorey.org.

Mission: San Miguel High School, a Catholic, LaSallian learning community empowering youth from underserved families, nurtures a Christian spirit and integrates rigorous academics with practical experience, thereby transforming students to be prepared for college and career.

Duties: The SMHS Advancement office is seeking an intern interested in gaining valuable non-profit public relations marketing and development experience. Duties may include, but are not limited to, assistance with marketing/PR campaigns, updating website, event planning, preparation of articles, and promoting San Miguel within the Tucson community. This position will have primary responsibility organizing 10th Anniversary events in cooperation with the advancement staff of San Miguel High School and other departments.

The ideal candidate will be a college student with excellent writing and communication skills. Some graphic design or marketing experience/classes a plus, though not required. He/she must be committed to the mission and efforts of SMHS and abide by the code of conduct/dress code while on campus.

Responsibilities: Updating website, press releases, assisting with preparation of online newsletters, working with student ambassadors, attending community presentations, updating written profiles of the school, research on trends, data entry. Flexible scheduling.

Requirements: The ideal candidate will be a college student with excellent writing and communication skills. Some graphic design or marketing experience/classes a plus, though not required. He/she must be committed to the mission and efforts of SMHS and abide by the code of conduct/dress code while on campus. The position will ideally work the fall of 2014 and the spring of 2015. Hours are 10-18 hours per week at $9 per hour. Hours are flexible.

 

If interested please send a letter and resume to the attention of Nicola Hartmann, hartmannn@sanmiguelhigh.org


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Marketing and PR intern

Mr.Beer is seeking a Marketing and PR Intern to join our team! This position will have a heavy focus on blogging, so excellent writing and editing skills are a must. Should be able to transition between writing light and humorous content to researched and educational pieces. We would like our intern to come in 2-3 days a week for no less than 4 hours a day (we are willing to work with your school schedule).

Duties include:

- Writing several blog posts a week ranging from homebrewing techniques to short news releases about company events.

- Researching topics and content for blog posts. DO NOT need to know homebrewing, but need to be motivated to thoroughly research subjects in order to write well informed, educational blog posts.

- Write, distribute, and follow up on press releases as needed.

- Reach out to editors and bloggers to secure coverage for Mr.Beer.

- Research and track competitor’s data.

- Monitor news and stories to assist in creating topical and engaging blog posts and promotions.

- Search and save content to be posted on the various Mr.Beer social media pages.

- Assist in event planning as needed.

Requirements:

- Excellent writing, editing, and communication skills.

- Strong organizational skills

- Passion for staying up to date on trends and news

 

Sarah Scott

Marketing Assistant

Coopers DIY LLC dba Mr. Beer

3366 North Dodge Blvd|Tucson, AZ 85716

O: (520) 529-0839 ext. 7625

C: (530) 524-2329


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To Students:

Love sports but don’t see yourself playing in the Super Bowl, World Series or Stanley Cup? Find out how you can translate any fanatical interests in sports that you may harbor into a rewarding (and lucrative) career at our Sports Career Panel & Networking Event. Panelists include representatives from the Arizona Diamondbacks, UA Athletics, Randolf Golf Complex, Sports Business Solutions, Tucson Sports and the Arizona Daily Star.

Whether you are just considering a career in one of the many facets of the Sports industry, or are absolutely convinced this career path is your destiny, check out this Panel and Networking opportunity, Wednesday, October 15th, 5:30 pm to 7 pm in the Ventana Meeting Room on the 4th floor of the Student Union Memorial Center. You will hear panelists offer career insights that just might help you figure out where YOU could fit into this exciting field. Panelists will share information on their own career paths, trends in the field and critical skills students should hone.

You can look forward to meeting:

·             Bob Hamer, UA '06 (business management), founder and president of Sports Business Solutions, a company that helps students and recent grads gain entry into the sports business. Starting in entry level ticket sales with the Phoenix Suns, Bob rose all the way to Vice President  of ticket sales during his eight years there.

 

·             Mike Dellosa, Director of Season Ticket Sales and Inside Sales for the Arizona Diamondbacks, has worked in sales, marketing and management with the Frisco RoughRiders and the Cleveland Browns and has a bachelor’s degree in Sport Business from the University of Mount Union. During college he launched his career through numerous sports business internships.

 

·             Angel Natal Jr., Director of Tucson Sports for Visit Tucson, is responsible for building awareness of Tucson as a preferred destination for all types of sporting events. He has worked closely with baseball, softball and aquatics national governing bodies and youth and amateur organizations on events such as the BIG EAST/Big Ten Baseball Challenge, USA BMX events, Major League Baseball spring training activities and college football bowl games.

 

·             Dan Wickman, UA '88 (political science), PGA Head Golf Professional at Randolph Golf Complex, one of the busiest public courses in the nation. Dan has nearly thirty years of golf course management experience, has opened or been involved in opening eleven golf properties, and has owned and operated a PGA Certified Golf School.

 

·             Zack Rosenblatt, UA ’13 (journalism) is a full-time sports reporter for the Arizona Daily Star, focusing on UA athletics, local high school sports, and Pima Community College, Tucson Rodeo and the Accenture Match Play Golf Championships. At the UA, Zack was editor of the Daily Wildcat’s sports section and interned in the sports section of the Courier-Post in New Jersey.

 

·             Daniel Heck, Associate Director of Marketing and New Media for UA Athletics, assists in developing and executing the department’s marketing and new media strategy including email, media/advertising, graphic design and print collateral. Dan also oversees the student internship program and is co-advisor for the UA Sports Marketing Association.

 

A UA Student Services fee grant has made this career panel/networking event series possible. Seating is limited and food and beverage is included (free!). Interested students and alumni can RSVP by clicking on the Sports Career Panel RSVP link on this page: www.career.arizona.edu/events/panels-mixers. Walk-ins are welcome. All students and alumni are invited to attend.


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Want to Serve Your Community?

 

 

The United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona is looking for volunteers to help low-income high school students as one-on-one financial coaches.

United Way has established the Youth Prosperity Program to help students at three locations in Tucson learn how to take advantage of available financial resources so they can pursue post-secondary education or training and establish lifelong healthy financial habits.

Who are we looking for? Anyone with enthusiasm to help and to serve, anyone who is a good listener, anyone who wants to make a difference in a young person’s life!

Volunteers do not need a background in finance or in social services.  All training and support will be provided.  The commitment is normally about two hours per week for 3-5 months.

For more information, please contact Neill Minish, Volunteer Center Manager, at nminish@unitedwaytucson.org or 520-903-3977.

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Rep. Grijalva Accepting Applications for Spring Internships

Deadline to apply is December 12, 2014

 

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Raúl M. Grijalva is accepting applications for Spring 2015 internships in Washington, D.C. and his various Southern Arizona district offices.

 

Deadline to apply is December 12, 2014.

 

Interns in the Washington office work closely with legislative and communications staff, answer office phones, distribute mail, and communicate with constituents. Preference is given to students and individuals from Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District, although all qualified applicants are carefully considered. Interns are unpaid and are responsible for lodging and transportation. Applicants are highly encouraged to explore scholarship opportunities that may be offered through their respective institutions or by other programs.

 

Anyone interested in working in the Washington, D.C. office should submit a cover letter, resume, and a one-page writing sample to Cristina Villa, Rep. Grijalva’s internship coordinator, atCristina.Villa@mail.house.gov.

Interns at the Tucson, Somerton, and Avondale offices help staff provide constituent services to residents of the Third Congressional District. Interns also perform administrative tasks and may be asked to work on special projects for public outreach, events and other needs of the office. Internships for the Tucson, Somerton, and Avondale offices are available at the beginning of each semester. There is no hard deadline, but earlier applications may be given priority.

 

Tucson District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to Josie Medina at Josie.Medina@mail.house.gov.

 

Somerton District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to Martha Garcia at Martha.Garcia@mail.house.gov.

 

Avondale District Office – Submit an application form, cover letter, resume and a short writing sample to Tyler Busher at Tyler.Busher@mail.house.gov.


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Attention all Wildcats!

If you are interested in getting involved while gaining marketing, artistic, and professional skills in an office setting then apply to ASUA's Marketing Staff Program! Our marketing department is responsible for promoting all ASUA event and projects with designs, logos, fliers, multimedia and web development to ensure the general awareness among the student body of ASUA and its services. We are currently looking for students to join our staff program!!

Our staff program is an opportunity for anyone interested in any area of marketing to get an interactive learning experience by working alongside other staff members and directors of our marketing team.Through the staff program you will learn the ropes of ASUA and also be taught the fundamentals of any ASUA Marketing department(s) that interests you. Our staff program is an amazing opportunity to develop and expand on your artistic, marketing, and professional skills.

To apply, please fill out this form by 5 PM Monday, October 6th. No late applications will be accepted.

https://docs.google.com/a/email.arizona.edu/forms/d/1egjXz_PLRdTEZ_r7GlblyeQB1uAmVpGiJZwV5CuLKHc/viewform

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Hutak at asuamarketing@email.arizona.edu or Santiago Kloehr at santikloehr@email.arizona.edu.

 

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Thinking about Graduate, Business, Law, Pharmacy, or Medical School? Take a Free Practice Test with Kaplan!  Get a great first introduction to graduate admissions exams.  You will have the opportunity to see where you are starting from while becoming familiar with the kinds of questions that will be on the real test.  You will have access to your test and full explanations for 3 months following your exam to reference and study from.

GRE - Graduate Records Examination for Grad school

GMAT - Graduate Management Admissions Test for an MBA in Business

LSAT - Law School Admissions Test

PCAT - Pharmacy College Admissions Test

OAT - Optometry Admissions Test

DAT - Dental Admissions Test

MCAT - Medical College Admissions Test

 

1.      GRE vs. GMAT Free Strategy Class

      Wednesday October 1st  @ 5pm Eller College:

      Register Here:  Free Strategy Class

 2.      Practice Tests LSAT, GRE, PCAT, current MCAT or MCAT 2015

      Saturday October 4th  @ 10am U of A:

      Register Here: Free Practice Tests

 3.      Practice Test GMAT

      Wednesday October 15th @ 5:00pm Eller Micro-Age Computer Lab:

      Register Here:  Free Practice Test

 4.      DAT, & OAT exams held through Sept & Oct on multiple dates online

      Register Here: At Home Free Practice Tests

 Before the event, you will receive an email confirming your registration and providing you with instructions for checking in.  If you are taking a practice DAT or OAT your practice test will be held live online in our Classroom Anywhere environment, available from anywhere with internet access. Your confirmation email will give you your log-in access code.  Each test will last up to 4 hours and will be proctored like an actual exam.

 Please bring a web-enabled mobile device (Smartphone, Laptop, or tablet).  MCAT 2015 students should also bring headphones.

Michaela Dannenbrink

Campus Representative

at University of Arizona

Kaplan Test Prep

michaela.dannenbrink@kaplan.com

(Office) 520-626-0357

Prep Smarter | Score Higher  |  www.kaptest.com | 1-800-KAP-TEST

 

Follow us on facebook.com/KaplanGradPrep andtwitter.com/KaplanGradPrep


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Hello students,

Interested in mentoring and becoming a role model? Do you love to work with kids? Would you like some hours of community service?

Higher Ground is a non-profit organization that supports the youth of Tucson with after school homework help and recreational activities. Here is a link to their website if you would like more information: http://higherground.me/

Higher Ground needs "Life Changers"(UA students) to support and mentor their kids through different activities. These activities include tutoring, jujutsu, boxing, dance, art, enrichment workshops, and careers and technology. These kids need committed adults/students that are willing to interact on a weekly basis. A partnership has already been established, but we want to see it grow.

If you are interested in becoming a Life Changer for these kids, then please come to an information meeting this Wednesday, September 10th, at 5pm in the Santa Cruz room of the Student Union (level 3). At the meeting, you can get your questions answered and join the organization.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Lindsey Conklin

lindseyconklin@email.arizona.edu


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The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is looking for an Event Intern for our fall session (October – January). The position is unpaid but it is an incredible opportunity for junior and senior level students to gain real world experience from a renowned non-profit and museum setting. If you’d like more information on the internship, please visit this link: www.desertmuseum.org/intern.


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Ready, Set, Launch your Career! Recruiters are looking for a wide range of majors.

CAREER SERVICES' LAUNCH

Wednesday, September 17

11am to 2pm

Student Union Memorial Center

Suite 411

Don't miss this opportunity to connect with your future.

UA Fall CAREER DAYS

Tuesday & Wednesday

September 30 & October 1, 11am - 4pm

Student Union Memorial Center

3rd Floor Ballroom

Check out the up-to-date list of organizations coming to this event including the majors they are looking for, their websites and company profiles. If you are looking for full-time employment after graduation, career-related experience or internship opportunities prior to graduation or just searching for information on potential careers, UA Fall Career Days 2014 will give you a jump start on your future.

Wondering how to prep for UA Career Days? Join us at the UA Career Services' Launch where you can:

All that and you can grab a slice of pizza and side of soda too (while supplies last, so get there early). Jump Start Your Job Search TODAY!


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Internship Posting

San Miguel High School

6601 S. San Fernando Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85756

520.204.6403 ext. 1308

 

Background:       San Miguel High School is a private, Catholic high school that opened in 2004 in order to create a learning community where students from families of limited financial means have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. San Miguel is located in the economically depressed south side of Tucson, Arizona where 50% of adult residents do not have a high school education and 42% of San Miguel’s neighbors earn less than $25,000 per year. At San Miguel, students take a full college preparatory course load while simultaneously holding internships, working in corporations and earning nearly sixty percent of their school tuition. SMHS exists to educate children of the working poor regardless of religious affiliation. San Miguel High School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are part of the nationally recognized Cristo Rey Network of Schools with 26 in the country. In 2014.2015 San Miguel will celebrate 10 years of changing lives through education. Learn more by visiting www.sanmiguelcristorey.org.

Mission: San Miguel High School, a Catholic, LaSallian learning community empowering youth from underserved families, nurtures a Christian spirit and integrates rigorous academics with practical experience, thereby transforming students to be prepared for college and career.

Duties: The SMHS Advancement office is seeking an intern interested in gaining valuable non-profit public relations marketing and development experience. Duties may include, but are not limited to, assistance with marketing/PR campaigns, updating website, event planning, preparation of articles, and promoting San Miguel within the Tucson community. This position will have primary responsibility organizing 10th Anniversary events in cooperation with the advancement staff of San Miguel High School and other departments.

The ideal candidate will be a college student with excellent writing and communication skills. Some graphic design or marketing experience/classes a plus, though not required. He/she must be committed to the mission and efforts of SMHS and abide by the code of conduct/dress code while on campus.

Responsibilities: Updating website, press releases, assisting with preparation of online newsletters, working with student ambassadors, attending community presentations, updating written profiles of the school, research on trends, data entry. Flexible scheduling.

Requirements: The ideal candidate will be a college student with excellent writing and communication skills. Some graphic design or marketing/public relations experience/classes a plus, though not required. He/she must be committed to the mission and efforts of SMHS and abide by the code of conduct/dress code while on campus. The position will ideally work the fall of 2014 and the spring of 2015. Hours are 10-18 hours per week at $10 per hour. Hours are flexible.

 

If interested please send a letter and resume to the attention of Nicola Hartmann, hartmannn@sanmiguelhigh.org


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The College of Pharmacy Admissions and Student Services Office is seeking a responsible, mature Student Worker to begin working as soon as possible. The applicant must know Excel and Word computer programs. The student must be able to work at least twelve hours a week during the school year (12-15 hours preferred). You will also need to be available Friday afternoons starting at 1:00pm in January and February and some Saturday mornings during that time as well. We are also open during the summer and need assistance with Pharm Camp and other special projects. The student worker usually takes vacation time off when the advising staff takes time off in July.

 

Work study students are welcome to apply. Students who are sophomores and who have general office experience are preferred. The hourly wage will be dependent on experience. Please email your resume to Marty Baker @ baker@pharmacy.arizona.edu to set a time to interview starting 9/15. Please give days and times you are available to meet with us that week. You will be notified by email of your interview time at the College of Pharmacy Office of Student Services, Drachman Hall B-107.


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WANTED! Freelance Writers for Growing Public Relations Company

 

Make $10-15/hour while writing at home.

 

We are currently looking for several freelance writers who can write 300 word blogs about travel tips and popular vacation destinations. You will make $2.50 per blog, and you can easily write 4-6 blogs an hour! We are looking for people who can commit to anywhere from 15-25 blogs a week. If you are interested about this opportunity, please email Ashlyn McCahan at ashlynmccahan@gmail.com for more information and details.


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ZAPPOS - Summer 2015 Internship Applications

Video about Zappos internships  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXSE-S2isg8 

Opening up 2015 summer application window from Monday, September 8th - Friday, September 19th, 2014. If you are interested in this opportunity visit internships.zappos.com and apply after September 8th.  

 

Internships are available in the following areas:

·             Software Engineering

·             Mobile Development (Android & iOS)

·             Front End Development

·             Financial Planning & Business Development

·             Website Product Management & Project Management

·             Merchandising Assistant & Merchandise Planning

·             Visual/Graphic Design

·             Brand Marketing and Public Relations

·             User Research and User Experience

·             Web Analytics

·             Non-Trade Purchasing


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Position Title:  Student employee

Department:  AHSC BioCommunications

Pay Range:         $9.00-12.00 per hour

FTE:                     0.50 – 0.67 (20-27 hours per week)

Openings:           1

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

BioCommunications is a multi-faceted, fast-paced department located in the Arizona Health Sciences Center.  We provide services to AHSC, UA Main Campus, UA Medical Center and other clients including but  not limited to Graphic Design (brochures, banners, signs, and more); Web Design; Portraits and Event Photography; Instructional technology; Audio-Visual equipment and support; Video Production, Teleconferencing, and Web streaming; and Copy Center services.  We are looking for a student with the ability to assist in the various areas within the department listed above.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (will vary as needed):

 

Web Development and Graphics services

·         Assist with development and maintenance of websites (primarily using Drupal), including entering content

·         Assist with design and creation of items

·         Assist with finishing of products (mounting, framing, etc)

·         Assist with records management

 

Learning and Instructional Technology

·         Assist with the development and/or editing of screencasts (with appropriate experience)

 

Photography

·         Assist Photographers with studio and location shoots (may involve carrying and/or setting up heavy or awkward equipment)

·         Assist with printing of large format posters

·         Assist with archiving and retrieval of images

 

 

Media Technical Services

·         Deliver audiovisual equipment to various locations within the Arizona Health Sciences Center

·         Assist with outdoor and after-hour events

·         Answer phones at service desk, as needed

 

Medical Television and Teleconferencing

·         Assist with web streaming, teleconferencing, and video production, as needed

·         Perform transfer/duplication of files from one form of media to another (i.e. video tape to DVD)

·         Assist with records management

 

Administration/Operations/Finance – if needed

·         Assist with entry of orders into internal billing system

·         Greet people, answer phones, as needed

·         File financial documents

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

·         Ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people

·         Familiarity with Drupal or other web content management systems

·         Experience or training in Graphic Design

·         Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite – Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Lightroom, etc)

·         Experience developing/editing screencasts

·         Ability to lift up to 50lbs

·         Photographic experience

·         Ability to understand and work with several types of filing systems

·         Understanding of Audiovisual equipment (projectors, microphones, etc)

·         Knowledge of locations in AHSC, or ability to find them using a map

·         Flexible schedule


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Communications/Media Relations Internship - The Martha McSally for Congress Campaign (Tucson/Cochise County) has an immediate opening for a Communications/Media Relations Intern. The candidate will work directly with the Communications Director to coordinate press events, draft campaign communications, research legislative issues, and more. This is a highly competitive position, and the successful candidate will be a self-starter with strong writing and organizational skills. Interested applicants should email a resume to Patrick Ptak at ptak@mcsallyforcongress.com with the subject line, "Comms intern."


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Rep. Schweikert Calls for Fall Internship Applications

Please visit the following website for more information.

http://schweikert.congressnewsletter.net/mail/util.cfm?gpiv=2100117535.285482.297&gen=1 


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The Daily Wildcat is seeking undergraduate or graduate students to be Opinions Columnists during the Fall 2014 semester. Applicants must demonstrate superior research and writing skills and an ability to contribute to a diverse desk that both engages national dialogues and investigates and exposes issues in the UA community. Successful applicants will also be inquisitive, passionate, and creative.

Columnists must attend Sunday afternoon pitch meetings and publish columns of 500-600 words on a weekly basis. A limited number of alternative publishing schedules may be available to exceptional applicants with extremely limited time availability.

Interested students should send a resume and persuasive writing sample of 500-2500 words to Jacquelyn Oesterblad at jacquio@email.arizona.edu. Finalists will be interviewed.


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Youth Online Civic Engagement Study

 

Be a part of an important Sociological Research Study

 

Are you between 18 and 25 years old and want a gift card for spending an hour

talking about civic engagement?

 

If you answered YES to these questions you may be eligible to participate in a sociological

research study.

 

The purpose of this research is to gain a better understanding of participation activities

such as signing an online petition, spreading a message via Facebook, sending an email

to someone as part of a coordinated campaign, or supporting a political issue by joining

a political group on a social network site like Facebook.

 

Interviews will be conducted in Social Sciences 439B.

 

Please email Becka Alper at alper@email.arizona.edu for more information.

 

An Institutional Review Board responsible for human subjects research at The University of

Arizona reviewed this research project and found it to be acceptable, according to

applicable state and federal regulations and University policies designed to protect the

rights and welfare of participants in research.


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Seeking Interns: Tail Winds, fitness/outdoors magazine

Smart, aggresive upper division communications majors who want or have knowledge in sales & advertising. Editing skills would also be great. Currently we have one intern in sales and one in editing. We had two in editing last semester.

The Internship can go to credit (once we clear that with the instructor). The sales and advertising job is a paying job, but strictly on a commission basis. It is, however, a generous 20 percent commission on ad sales for our publications and e-blast. Potential for a college student looking for a resume builder and moneymaker is very strong.

Our major publication - the circulation is 30,000 - is Tail Winds, a fitness/outdoors magazine that comes out six times a week.

Sales can be local and throughout the United States.

There are no specific deadlines for the job. Ideally, we'd like to have two to five interns who do this.

We do have deadlines for our publication but those can be discussed later.

I can be reached at 520-661-5302520-661-5302 (cell) or at the office at 520-745-2033520-745-2033 or this email at steve.rivera95@gmail.com.


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The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Regional Representation in Washington, DC, seeks volunteer interns to assist in its Communications department.

 

Interns will assist with advocacy and public awareness outreach to the general public, media, foundations, universities and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) regarding UNHCR protection and assistance programs and the needs of refugees and asylum seekers.

 

Media and Communications Internship

 

Duties and Responsibilities Include:

UNHCR is looking for an intern with a background in journalism, communications, media relations, social media, multi-media skills and some content creation for the web. Training will be provided, however, it is preferable that applicants have some multi-media/new media skills in advance.

 

Qualifications and Experience:

 

It is essential that interns possess a superior command of English with excellent written and oral communication skills. Word processing, database and internet computer skills, knowledge of international affairs and refugee situations are highly desirable. Interest and experience in communications preferred. Undergraduate or graduate students please apply. A sense of humor is welcome.  Journalism students desired.

 

Duration:

 

Part time internships are available, with a minimum of 20 hours per week (2.5 days per week) on a semester/summer basis.


Upcoming Deadline for Applications:

 

Summer: March 15

Fall: July 15

Winter & Spring: October 15

 

 

Applications:

 

Applications must be complete or they will not be considered. Please send resume, cover letter and brief writing sample and  dates of availability  to the Internship Coordinator, UNHCR, 1775 K St., NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20006, Fax: 202-296-5660, Email: USAWAINT@unhcr.org  In your cover letter, please enter the subject line “Media and Communications Internship”.

 

UNHCR thanks all applicants. UNHCR will only contact those applicants who will be interviewed.


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Cardinal Scholars is a service that connects tutors with elementary, middle school, high school, and college students seeking help. Tutoring sessions can take place at the student’s home, at a nearby library, on the tutor’s campus, or even via Skype.

New tutors can join our platform to be considered for local opportunities that match their subject skills and weekly availability.

Desired Skills and Experience: Teaching, Tutoring, Leadership, and Mentorship

Responsibilities: Tutor local students based on your subject preference and availability (work as much or as little as you’d like!)

Qualifications: Fantastic teachers who have experience teaching or mentoring others, are academically curious and intelligent, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

Compensation: Online tutoring sessions start at $15/hour, and in-person tutoring ranges from $23/hour up to $50/hour.

We connect tutors all over the country with students in their area for in-person tutoring—as well as online sessions—so you can tutor in your hometown during breaks and in your college town during the school year! To learn more, please visit cardinalscholars.com/about and check out our FAQ’s for tutors.

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Hi University of Arizona students!

 

U-la-la.com is looking for talented student writers, photographers and bloggers who are interested in writing for a college fashion and lifestyle website at their campus.

 

Created in June 2013, U lala is a college web publication that strives to inspire and inform university women by producing one-of-a-kind, uplifting content.

 

U lala covers campus events, college style, student spotlights, human-interest pieces, recipes, DIY projects and more.

 

This is the perfect opportunity for students to enhance their digital web skills as well as create and publish writing samples and portfolio pieces. Contributors post content once every two weeks and are trained in Wordpress, Photoshop, Picmonkey and more.

 

If you are a bright, creative and entrepreneurial-minded student who may be interested, please e-mail Katherine and Molly at info@u-la-la.com.

 

Katherine & Molly

Co-founders

U-la-la.com

 

S T Y L E . S U B S T A N C E . S P I R I T

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ulalacampus

Twitter: @Ulalacampus

Instagram: @Ulalacampus

YouTube: YouTube.com/Ulalacampus


 

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The International Rescue Committee in Tucson visit our internship page for openings and application instructions.

 

Agency Background:

Founded in 1933, the International Rescue Committee is a leading, non-sectarian, non-profit organization providing emergency relief, protection, rehabilitative assistance, resettlement services, and advocacy for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict.  The IRC in Tucson provides a wide range of services to refugees in all stages of resettlement and seeks to promote each refugee family's search for self-sufficiency.

 

 

Andrew Jenkins, Volunteer and Internship Coordinator

International Rescue Committee Tucson

3100 North Campbell Avenue | Tucson, AZ 85719

T 520 319 2128 x116 | F 520 319 2160

Andrew.Jenkins@Rescue.org | Rescue.org/Tucson