From the CFA:
Apply to be the CFA’s ICPP intern! The Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance is Wesleyan’s low-residency Master’s program in the curation of performance. ICPP is looking for an intern that will work this summer, and two weekends during the academic year, to provide support for the program. Tasks include: providing logistical support, serving as a course assistant, as well as researching and archiving. The intern is invited to attend all performances, lectures, talks and meals outside of class times.
More information about the position included in the link. Applications are available on Career Drive, due April 15th.
Apply on CareerDrive By: Friday, April 15
Alumni Camille Casareno ’15 writes in:
Have interest in healthcare but don’t know how to explore the increasingly complex industry?
Want to develop market research and consulting skills, valuable experience that can be applied to many other fields?
Want a job out of college that provides a culture of learning and mentoring that will provide you a solid stepping stone into your professional career?
If you said yes to any of the above, come to this informational session about Zitter Health Insights (ZHI), hosted by yours truly and Mark Zitter ’80.
ZHI is the healthcare industry’s leading market research firm that assists life science companies with issues related to product access, reimbursement, and managed markets.
ZHI is taking applications from Class of 2016 graduates for the full-time Research Analyst role.
Feel free to email me with any questions at mcasareno[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
Convinced already? Apply online here:
Date: Thursday, February 25th, 2016
Time: 5:00PM to 6:00PM
Place: Wesleyan Career Center
An invitation from Michael Ortiz ’17:
Do you like all things sustainable? Do you want to work with a great group of people? Do you want to effect change on campus? DO YOU CARRY A LUNCH BOX?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, apply to be an intern with Wesleyan’s Office of Sustainability for the 2015-2016 academic year. This is a dynamic position where you will work closely with a partner and the Director of the Office of Sustainability to help promote events, run Do It In The Dark, meet with various groups/departments on campus, and overall help make Wesleyan a more “green” campus.
Date: Applications are due by April 28th
Interested candidates should apply here: [Link to application]
From the ever-green Kate Weiner ’15
Love to work outside? Want to learn more about farming and food? Interested in community development? The Urban Farms Collaborative, now in its second year, is partnering with the incredible East New York Farms! in Brooklyn to offer a flexible summer internship to several interested students. This is an amazing opportunity to learn about food justice, urban agriculture, and community activism through hands-on education. AND get lots of fresh farm goodies.
Kate Weiner will be holding a meeting for those who are interested in the opportunity/who have questions. Contact her at kweiner[at]wesleyan.edu to inform her of your availability.
More information after the jump:
From Civic Engagement Fellow Jelisa Adair ’13:
This is an information session about this spring 2014 for-credit internship in Hartford and about careers affecting state-level policy change for students who might consider applying for the internship by the November 1 deadline or those generally interested in learning more about our legislative system.
Lunch provided for those who pre-register by October 9.
The Connecticut General Assembly Legislative Internship Program provides an educational opportunity outside the traditional academic setting, bringing on college students as legislative aids to acquaint them with both the formal and informal aspects of the legislative process. Interns do bill analysis and tracking, spot and in-depth research, drafting of news releases and speeches, liaison work, constituent casework, and more. Applications for Spring 2014 are dueNovember 1.
Mary Cyriac ’02 is a Policy Analyst in the Senate Democrats’ Office of the Connecticut General Assembly. At Wesleyan, she majored in History, and went on to attend law school. Mary has work at various non-profit organizations, providing free legal services as well as advocating for policy change. Jackson Ulrich ’14 was a Legislative Intern in Spring 2013. He will talk about his experience in the program.
Date: Thursday, October 10th
Place: Allbritton 022
Link: Register here by October 9th to get free lunch!
“[Fox Searchlight Pictures] received the benefits of their unpaid work, which otherwise would have required paid employees.” – Judge William H. Pauley III on the suit brought against Fox by Eric Glatt ’91 (below) and Alex Footman ’09
In September 2011, we posted about two Wesleyan alumni, Alex Footman ’09 and Eric Glatt ’91 who brought a class-action lawsuit against Fox Searchlight Pictures. The two argued that, when they interned on the set of Black Swan, they performed menial tasks exclusively that had no educational value. By law, unpaid internships must provide some sort of educational experience and cannot simply be used to replace paid employees with unpaid labor. The two interns argued that they had not received the educational experience they should have gotten from the experience.
Just recently, Federal District Court Judge William H. Pauley III ruled that, as Fox Searchlight Pictures treated the workers as if they were regular paid employees and did not provide any sort of educational value to the internship, the interns should have been paid. The judge explained his logic to The Hollywood Reporter:
From Christian Hosam ’15:
Do you have a commitment to social justice and anti-oppression? Are you interested in aiding in the institutional memory of the university? Then apply to be the Dwight Greene Intern for the 2013-2014 school year! We are holding an information session today at 6:30 p.m., at 41 Wyllys, Room 114. If you have any questions, please forward them to Dean Renee Johnson-Thornton at rjohnson01@wes or Christian Hosam at chosam@wes.
What: Dwight Greene Internship Information Session
Date: Thursday, April 11
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 114
Winston Soh ’14 lets you know that “leadership intern” is not an oxymoron:
Application is open for the Leadership Intern position with the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development for the next academic year! Deadline: April 1, 12 pm. Here’s the job description. Apply here.
Deadline: April 1
But that’s April Fool’s Day! It’s still the deadline.
Want to be a totally famous celebrity in the Class of 2017 Facebook group? (I’m not kidding. Just ask BZOD about his experience.) (Well, you can’t because he’s currently somewhere between Quito and Hartford.) Elisa Cardona—or The Artist Formerly Known as Elisa Del Valle—has got the perfect opportunity for you:
The Orientation Program is seeking four interns to assist with the planning and implementation of the Orientation Program for the incoming Class of 2017 and the new transfer, exchange, & visiting students. Interns plan both International Student Orientation (ISO) and New Student Orientation (NSO) with position responsibilities varying based on specific assignments. As an intern, you will work with professional staff in creating interesting, informative programs and activities for new students.
The internship will be June 3 – September 1, 2013. Compensation is $8.25/hour plus on-campus housing. Interns will work 35 hours/week.
Click here toapply online
Applications are due by February 1st at 5:00 p.m. Students who will be returning to Wesleyan in Fall 2013 are eligible to apply. Selected candidates will be interviewed mid-February and notified before spring break. If you have questions, contact Elisa Cardona (ecardona@wes).
Deadline: February 1 (hey, that’s Big Boi’s birthday)