2015 Minneapolis Urban Scholars Intern

Minneapolis Dept of Health & Family SupportMinneapolis, MN
An Urban Scholar’s competencies include:
· Proven ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems
· Able to work cooperatively with a wide range of personalities
· Hard worker, quick learner, and ability to assume responsibility
· Work well under pressure to meet deadlines
· Well-groomed appearance
· Ability to elicit confidence and build rapport
· Self-motivated and can work well independently
· Basic knowledge of computer software packages (e.g. 2010 Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Outlook)
· Previous public sector experience a plus
Urban Scholars are required to attend regular leadership development trainings and events. Department-specific job descriptions will be provided once selected.

Required Qualifications:

Required Education:
Candidates must be enrolled and in good standing at an accredited two-year, four-year, college, university, graduate, or law school or a recent graduate from up to 6 months prior to the start of the program. Also, candidates must have completed their first year of post-secondary education. All academic majors are encouraged to apply.
Required Experience:
Paid and unpaid professional experiences will be considered. Previous public sector work experience is valued in our selection process, but not required.
Background Check:
Background checks will be administered.
Other Qualifications:
Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States.
Please review the FAQ section under www.minneapolismn.gov/urbanscholars for more information.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Please submit all of the following items and answer the essay questions fully as it is the primary form of selection:

· Resume (including education, work history, accomplishments [i.e. honors, awards, etc.])
· Unofficial transcript labeled with your student information (i.e. name, major, etc.)
· A one to two page, 1.5 spaced, cover letter addressed to the “Urban Scholars Team” answering the following questions:

o Why do you want to be an Urban Scholar?
o What’s the difference that you want to make? How is your community going to be different because of you?
o Share an experience that illustrates your ability to lead yourself or others?
o Leadership begins with you; so, tell us about a time when you faced adversity or a challenge and came out better for it or demonstrate your resilience?
o Why are you interested in government/public sector?
o If you were a previous Urban Scholar, what changes have you seen in yourself and your leadership of others since your Urban Scholars experience?

Questions:
urban.scholars@minneapolismn.gov

The City of Minneapolis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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2015 CBS summer Intern

Summer 2015 Social Content Intern

Ref#: 21074

Date published: 28-Jan-2015

CBS Business Unit: CBS Interactive

Job Type: Paid Intern

Job Schedule: Full-Time

Job Location: Los Angeles, CA, US

Job Posting Website: N/A

Description:

The social content intern will work within the CBS Interactive Social Content Development & Programming team in our Los Angeles office. As a full-time member of our team during the summer, you will have an opportunity to impact hundreds of millions of TV fans through powerful social media content.

This internship offers the right candidate an opportunity to create content that will delight TV fans on social platforms as well as exposure to the full scope of content production. It is ideal for a student who wishes to explore and/or pursue a career in online content development/production or content marketing. We are looking for a local candidate who can start in mid-June. This candidate must be returning to school after the summer for at least one more full semester.

Key Responsibilities
• Generate and pitch content ideas daily for CBS summer shows.
• Identify real-time social trends and rising themes and generate content ideas that leverage those opportunities.
• Create photo and video content in collaboration with content producers, designers and editors.
• Work with social content producers to publish social posts, including writing creative and effective copy and selecting/manipulating accompanying imagery.
• Assist social content team with other projects as assigned.

Qualifications:

• Understanding of publishing on social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and Snapchat.
• Interest in television, entertainment and pop culture.
• Must be detail oriented.
• Ability to work against tight deadlines.
• Great communication skills and ability to articulate concepts.
• Keen eye for visual storytelling (experience in Photoshop a plus).
• Must be currently enrolled in college/university with at least one semester remaining after completion of the internship.
• Must successfully complete background check.

In addition, CBS will be guided by applicable federal, state and local laws when considering for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories.

EEO Statement:

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

2015 Işık High School Summer Program in Istanbul

Deadline:  5 June 2015
Open to: high school students from around the world
Venue: from June 27th to July 10th, July 20th to August 2nd and August 8th to August 21st., in Istanbul, Turkey

Description

Işık University offers a 2-week 2015 High School Summer Program in Istanbul for students to obtain a collegiate experience in a culturally rich city. The three sessions are from June 27th to July 10th, July 20th to August 2nd and August 8th to August 21st. The High School Summer Program offers a variety of program options consisting of sports and arts, ranging from sports that include; soccer, basketball, volleyball, American football, table tennis, cycling, beach volleyball, tennis and swimming. Additionally, there are courses in personal development programs such as English and Turkish language education, dance, folk dance, painting, percussion, photography, and certification programs.

Leisure Activities
• Dancing (8 hours)
• Folk Dances (8 hours)
• Painting (8 hours)
• Percussion (8 hours)
• Photography (8 hours)
• Language Seminars (8 hours)
• Music – Karaoke – Guitar Hero
• Sports Activities (Volleyball, Basketball, Table Tennis Tournament, Beach Volleyball, Football, American Football)
• Paintball
• Chess, Backgammon, Billiards
• Işık Camp
• Treasury Hunt
• Laser-Tag
• Shows of Işık University Student Clubs

Off Premise Field Trips
• Prince Islands
• Şile Tour (Hiking)
• Ağva Tour (Hiking)
• Day of Pathfinders (Işık Camp | Şile)
• Maslak Campus – Swimming Pool
• Best Western Şile Gardens – Swimming Pool

Eligibility

All Turkish and International high school students currently enrolled in in grades 9 through 12 grades may apply to Işık University High School Summer Program.

Costs

Tuition & fees: 1950 TL / 875$ / 680€  including VAT, food, & accommodation.

 

Application

Accepted candidates shall complete their enrollment by presenting following documents. Application fee of candidates who are not accepted will be returned. Candidates with accepted applications who have not completed their final enrollment in time shall not receive a refund.

Documents required for final enrollment are,

  • Print-out of electronic receipt showing that the fee is paid through Online Payment System.
  • Student’s certificate
  • Student Information Form to be completed by the student.
  • Parent’s Approval Form to be completed by student’s parents.
  • Digital photograph.
  • Scan of your identity card (front and back).

 

Application Deadline & the Date of Final Enrollment: 

Application Deadline: 5 June 2015

Program candidates who wish to apply may pre-book their places at Işık University High School Summer Program after a pre-payment of 200 TL/ $100 / 80€ and filling out the application form.

Burcu Taşkın
Summer School Coordinator,
International Office,
Işık University
0090 216 529 7245
Email: burcu.taskin@isikun.edu.tr

 

Be Part of the New Decade of Arts Professionals at Children’s Theatre Company!

Internships

Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) is committed to providing exceptional internship opportunities for the next generation of artists, educators and administrators.  Through our program develop the tools you will need to move forward in your chosen field – observing, training and collaborating with dedicated professionals at the largest children’s theatre in America. Gain invaluable experience, build your resume, make connections and have the option of earning college credits.

TIME COMMITMENT: CTC offers short-term and long-term internships ranging from just a few weeks to an entire season broken out between the Fall/Winter/Spring and Summer.  Please see individual internship postings for specific date requirements. It is recommended that persons interested in these positions apply anywhere from one to six months prior to their availability, depending on the specific internship for which they are applying.

COMPENSATION: CTC interns are compensated with complimentary tickets, professional development and networking opportunities such as staff meetings, meet-and-greets, artist hours and more.

INTERNSHIPS OFFERED: Production Management, Stage Management, Music, Sound, Assistant Sound Board Operator, Assistant Lighting Design, Electrics, Costume Production, Costume Design, Scenery, Paint, Directing, Assistant Director/Dramaturg, Dramaturgy/Literary, Assistant Choreographer, Properties, Marketing & Communications, Development, Play Licensing: Plays for Young Audiences, and Education (Theatre Arts Training and Neighborhood Bridges).

QUALIFICATIONS: CTC offers internship for high school, college and graduate school students as well as early career professionals.  Additionally internships range in experience levels from very beginning to advanced skill level.  Please see specific internship descriptions for specifications.

CTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We advocate for diversity throughout the organization and strongly encourage applications from members of traditionally underrepresented groups.

QUESTIONS?  Contact Education Associate, Karli Jenkins at kjenkins@childrenstheatre.org

Pohlad Scholars Program

Up to 75 scholarships of $2,000 will be granted for postsecondary education

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:  Be high school seniors who plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or fouryear college, university, or vocational-technical school in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.  Have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).  Be residents of the Minneapolis, Saint Paul, MN, seven-county metro area, including the counties of: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington.  Demonstrate financial need.

All applications must be submitted by March 1 For more details and to apply online visit: https://www.scholarsapply.org/pohladscholars

USA Buick Achievers’ Scholarship Program

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Scholarships up to $100,000 available!

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Awarded at up to $25,000/year

Applications are now open for the Buick Achievers Scholarship Program! Is your child a dedicated student both inside and outside the classroom? Do they drive positive change in your community? We want to help make their college dreams a reality. If your child is college-bound and community-minded, they can become a Buick Achiever. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – encourage your child to apply now!

Seeks Nationwide Applicants for NEH Summer Seminar in US

“Asian Americans in New York: Film & Literature”

Immersive Program Examining Race and Identity Hosted in Nation’s Most Diverse and Rapidly Growing Asian American Urban Community

The Asian American Studies Program at Hunter College, CUNY invites K-12 school teachers to apply for “Asian Americans in New York: Film & Literature,” a summer seminar for school teachers funded through a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. A select cohort of sixteen educators from throughout the US will participate in this unique, immersive program, through which they will develop teaching tools to engage the diverse student populations in their home states around ideas of race, immigration and identity. New York City, that multicultural urban social laboratory that has for centuries acted as the crucible from which American identity has been shaped and challenged, is home to the nation’s densest urban Asian American population, and will offer a lens into the larger sociopolitical and cultural shifts that the US is facing.

The two-week seminar, hosted in the heart of Manhattan at Hunter College, CUNY, will meet from July 5-17, 2015 for morning, afternoon, and occasional evening sessions, with readingslectures and seminar discussions interwoven with relevant field visits and conversations with novelists, filmmakers, artists and community leaders. The seminar will be co-directed by Jennifer Hayashida, Director of the Asian American Studies Program at Hunter College, CUNY, and Chi-hui Yang, film curator, educator, and former director of the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. A stipend to help cover expenses, including travel, accommodations, and food, is provided to all participants.

Desired applicants are middle and high school English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Art instructors with a pedagogical interest in ethnic literature/film and contemporary issues around multiculturalism, racial diversity, immigration, citizenship, and national identity. The program is particularly eager to welcome summer scholars from states with limited or very concentrated Asian American populations, although it encourages all interested parties to apply. Please visit http://asianamericanyc.hunter.cuny.edu for more information, including the reading list and daily schedule. The deadline for applications is March 2, 2015

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