We are pleased to invite your students to apply for the Allen Rosenshine Minority Education & Training (MET) Fund. Through this program we award internships to minorities, women and individuals protected under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act to encourage the pursuit of careers in advertising. The program was launched in an effort to improve the level of diversity in the advertising industry.
BBDO will award several MET Fund internships for the summer of 2016 across our U.S. offices located in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Minneapolis, and San Francisco. Interns receive a $4,000 stipend for the ten-week internship. If you are selected as an intern, we will try to place you in the office of your choice, but this is not guaranteed.
- Be one of the following: a high school senior; enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year academic institution; or a graduate student
- Be in academically good standing as defined by your academic institution
- Have a GPA of 3.2 or greater
- Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
- Complete the application form
- Submit your resume
- Submit two (2) original signed letters of recommendation
- Submit a copy of your most recent transcript
- Submit a minimum 250-word essay explaining why you want to be in advertising and why you want to be in the department you selected
The deadline to return submission materials to BBDO is March 11, 2016.
The application is attached to this posting; although, it’s also posted on our website. www.bbdoatl.com Send application form and all required materials via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 MET FUND APPLICATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION
Capital Semester – Political Journalism Track in Washington, DC
Fall: August 24 – December 10, 2016
*Guaranteed Internships – Courses for Credit – Housing in DC
*Fall Semester Early Deadline: March 1, 2016
*Scholarship Funding Available
Spend a semester in Washington, DC making an investment in your future that will help set you apart after college. This comprehensive program sponsored by The Fund for American Studies includes a guaranteed journalism or communications internship placement, courses for transferable credit, and furnished housing in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C.
We’ve been creating academic internship experiences for over 40 years and guarantee all participants an internship placement. Your options are endless – we work with many different newspapers, magazines, online publications, news services, TV and radio stations, as well as communications firms.
Who you know does matter – especially when it comes to your future job search. Our programs are designed to allow students to make valuable professional connections and practice networking skills in a real-world setting. You can participate in a mentor program, as well as roundtable discussions and networking receptions with program alumni.
Washington, DC is the perfect place to explore a variety of career paths while enjoying a vibrant arts and culture scene. Take advantage of the free Smithsonian museums, many musical and theatre performances, as well as sports events. You can explore DC and meet fellow program participants through program-planned social activities including a guided tour of the monuments, a day trip to Mt. Vernon, ice staking at the national sculpture garden, and outing to the National Zoo.
COURSES FOR CREDIT
Earn 12 academic credits from the DC Metro Area’s George Mason University. The program has a curriculum that is designed to complement the journalism internship experience.
You will have a front row seat to a variety of exclusive briefings and uniquely DC events, allowing you to further explore the journalism career field, make important professional connections and have fun while doing so. You will have the chance to attend once-in-a-lifetime tours and hear from leaders within such institutions as the State Department, U.S. Congress, White House, World Bank, National Press Club and Newseum.
Students applying for Fall 2016 will be accepted on a rolling basis until the final deadline of June 1, 2016. Applicants are encouraged to apply for the early deadline of March 1, 2016 in order to receive preference in admissions and scholarship consideration, as well as a 5% tuition discount.
There is a substantial amount of scholarship funding available, and awards are made based on financial need and merit.
For more information and to be begin an online application, please visit www.DCinternships.org/CSPJ. Questions may be directed to Dana Faught at email@example.com or 202.986.0384.
The Gilman Scholarship awards over 2,000 scholarships annually of up to $5,000. This scholarship is for U.S. citizens who are Pell Grant recipients planning to study abroad for at least 28 days. This information session will cover eligibility requirements, selection criteria, application techniques, common mistakes and a Q & A session.
The info session will be held February 10th, 5 – 6 PM in the International Center Large Conference Room, HUB
The College of Journalism and Communication is hiring students to work as resident/teaching assistants for the high school Summer Institute in June. RA’s will stay in the dorms with the students overnight and assist teachers with classes during part of the day. The pay is $250 for the week and also includes a meal card for the week to eat free at Gator Dining. The camp beings on Sunday, June 19th and wraps up on Friday afternoon, June 24th.
If interested, please forward a resume and statement of interest to Bridget Grogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior experience supervising younger students is helpful but not required.
Click here to learn more about the program- https://www.jou.ufl.edu/summerinstitute/
Hi Journalism Majors,
I’m writing on behalf of a new organization called The Murrow Daily Report (named for Edward R. Murrow). We run a daily newsletter that sends out 1-3 evidence-based news articles per day in a single email to a mailing list of UF students. Our aim is to deliver the news responsibly: no emotional manipulation, no political agenda, no fumbling B.S. to break a story first.
Our contributors are from varied political ideologies and we screen pieces according to the following criteria (stolen from The Newsroom):
1) Is this information we need in the voting booth?
2) Is this the best possible form of the argument?
3) Is this in historical context?
4) Are there really two sides to this story?
Email MurrowDaily@gmail.com if interested in being added to the list (you can always shoot us an email at any time to unsubscribe if you decide you’re not diggin’ it).
Delivering news responsibly.”
DEADLINE MARCH 14, 2016 FOR STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS SCHOLARSHIP
January 21, 2016
Pam Carpenter, Alachua County Supervisor of Elections announces the opportunity for local college or university students to apply for a $1,200 scholarship through the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections (FSASE).
FSASE will award three $1,200 scholarships. The deadline to submit applications to the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is March 14, 2016.
The scholarships will be awarded to full-time students attending an accredited Florida university or college.
Applicants must be enrolled or accepted as a junior or senior and be either a Political Science major, a Public or Business Administration major or a Journalism/Mass Communications major.
- Demonstrate a financial need and furnish a financial statement which shows what their own contribution is to their educational expenses. (Student does not have to submit an official form, but can send a statement of their financial need),
- Submit two current letters of recommendation which must accompany the application or be received by the deadline: one from the college or university last attended or graduated from; and one from a citizen of good standing in the community,
- Submit a resume of their high school and/or college activities as well as their community service activities,
- Maintain a “C” average or above for the previous year,
- Be a U.S. citizen and have been a bonafide resident of Florida for two years preceding the academic year for which application is made,
- And be a registered voter.
Applications may be obtained online at VoteAlachua.com or from the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office at 515 North Main Street, Suite 300, Gainesville. Completed applications and letters of recommendation must be submitted to the Supervisor of Election of the County in which you are registered to vote.
All Alachua County applications will be reviewed by the Supervisor of Elections Office and one finalist will be forwarded to the FSASE Scholarship Committee to represent Alachua County. The FSASE Scholarship Committee will select three winners ($1,200 scholarship) from the finalists submitted from Supervisors of Elections throughout the State of Florida.
The scholarship is awarded in June; therefore applicants must be a student post-June of the award year.
For additional information contact the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections at 352-374-5252.