Kittanning Broadcasting Internship

Family Life TV would be interested in hosting interns again this summer. We are small and regional which allows us to offer students actual involvement in both broadcast (TV/Radio), print (daily newspaper) and internet/social media. This summer will bring new opportunities as we are in the process of adding on FM Radio. As in the past, there are part-time employment opportunities available for qualified, skilled graduates.

Thanks in advance for your time and consideration,

Marci Creel, M.Ed.
Outreach Coordinator
Family Life Media
114 S Jefferson St.
Kittanning, PA 16201
724.525.0662

The Washington Center (Time is Running Out)

The priority deadline for application to The Washington Center is February 21.  This deadline represents the cut off for consideration of private, competitive scholarships offered by TWC to all applicants.  Additionally, all PA students are awarded a $7500 scholarship, guaranteed on a first come, first served basis until the scholarships are depleted.

Students who attend TWC are given a tuition and fees waiver.  The cost for a PA resident student for this summer is $4,340, which includes housing and utilities.  Apartments are fully furnished, so all a student needs to bring with them are their towels, bed linens, clothing, and a computer.

Please pass this information along to your students, and ask them to schedule an appointment with me if they are interested in learning more.  They can also check out TWC on their website www.twc.edu.  If you would like program guides, just let me know and I will get them to you.

Have a great day!

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Diane Stipcak
IUP Career and Professional Development Center
302 Pratt Hall
Indiana, PA  15705
724-357-2235

Winter 395 Students & Mock Interviews

Kaitlyn Rajner is overseeing the mock interview program for the Career and Professional Development Center in place of Cara Fulton for this semester.  Only 15 out of 50 students have registered for mock interviews.  Please encourage students to sign up via phone at (724) 357-2235 or in person at our office located on the 2nd floor of Pratt Hall, Room 302. The final day to register is Friday, February 16.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best,

Kaitlyn

— Kaitlyn Rajner Graduate Assistant Career and Professional Development Center Indiana University of Pennsylvania k.m.rajner@iup.edu

Photography Internship in Greensburg/Pittsburgh Area

The past 2 years we’ve had summer interns from IUP.  We are once again looking for 1-2 summer and/or fall interns.
Just like in the past, the actual field work they do with us is paid. The sooner we get someone lined up the more opportunities are available. Right now I haven’t scheduled any photo assistants past April trying to keep May and beyond open should we get a summer intern.
If you have anyone in mind that might be interested, we’d love to hear from them!

Frederick J. Findley III, Owner
FineLine Weddings
“The Finest Talent. The Finest Results.”
www.FineLineWeddings.com
fred@FineLineWeddings.com

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OFFICE LOCATION
145 Ward Ln
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 309-9096

OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm

Paid Internship in Harrisburg

The deadline for APSCUF’s (PAID! Housing included!) summer and fall government/communications internships is Monday, Feb. 19. We’re looking for undergraduates interested in government, politics, public affairs, journalism or communications. Details, including testimonials from past APSCUF interns, are here: http://www.apscuf.org/students#internship
Please share this information with promising and interested students with your news or student-government organizations or in your departments. Letters of recommendation are required, but with the deadline looming, we will accept applications with the letters forthcoming.
Thank you for your consideration.

Kathryn Morton

communications director
319 N. Front St. Harrisburg, PA 17101
1-800-932-0587, ext. 3007
 
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New Improved Internship Checklist

We have added a new and improved internship checklist to the COMMINTERNS website. Please visit it and click on Checklist from the main menu. You will see the nine steps for finding and completing the internship. These steps include all of the necessary forms and the order in which they should be completed.

Several of you have stopped by and asked me how to go about getting an internship. This checklist should go a long way toward helping you! I’m still here to help so stop by!

Schell Games Visiting IUP!

Hello all,

I wanted to bring to your attention an exciting upcoming visitor to IUP. At 6 PM on Tues, Feb 20 in HSS 126, Reagan Heller (VP of Art) and Harley Baldwin (VP of Design) from Schell Games will be giving a presentation about what they do, what Schell games makes, and careers in video games.  Schell games is a game development company based on Pittsburgh: https://www.schellgames.com
This is a great opportunity for students and faculty interested in careers in and curricula dealing with game design. Please encourage your students to attend. We will be creating a poster soon—let me know if you’d like me to send you one to post in your building. We’d love to get lots of people there from all over the university.
The event is sponsored by IUP English as part of its speaker series.
Thanks for your time,
Todd

Dr. Todd Nathan Thompson
Associate Professor of English
Assistant Chair, English Department
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Paid Internship in Harrisburg

My name is Lev Boonin, a Public Policy major at Drexel University and the current Policy Intern in the Policy Office of the PA Department of Transportation. We are preparing to begin the search for our next group of interns here in the PennDOT Policy Office for the summer of 2018 and hope we might recruit one of your students. The program is open to both graduate and undergraduate students. It offers exciting opportunities in the fields of transit, safety, urban development, and infrastructure and technology, with projects addressing federal infrastructure and funding issues, automated vehicle technology, alternative fuel vehicles, and a variety of mobility topics and challenges.

Interns in our Policy Office are full time paid members of PennDOT. Students must commit to at least 10 weeks (12 weeks preferable) of work and be a registered student during this period. The Policy Office is located within PennDOT’s Executive Office at the Keystone Building in Harrisburg’s Capital Complex. Our interns have come from schools such as Carnegie-Mellon University, Franklin and Marshall, Drexel University, Temple University and Lafayette College. The Policy Office is keenly interested in recruiting students who embody ethnic and gender diversity. Qualifying candidates will be interviewed by Policy Director Roger Cohen.

If you believe that you know of students who may be interested and capable of working in our Policy Office, please have them email me at lboonin@pa.gov with the following information:

1) A CV from the student
2) A cover letter stating the student’s relevant areas of interest

Please let your students know we are recruiting, and if any are interested, to contact me at once, as we are eager to recruit the best and brightest you have for the possibility of working in our office.
we would like if all applicants were to send in their CV and cover letters by the 24th of February.

Sincerely,

Lev Isaac Boonin | Policy Intern
PA Department of Transportation | Policy Office
Commonwealth Keystone Building, 8th Floor
400 North Street | Harrisburg PA 17120
Phone:� 717.265.7559
www.dot.state.pa.us