Round 2 applications for the Out for Undergrad Marketing Conference are due Sunday 4/28/19!
Educating Amherst College Students about careers in: Journalism, advertising, marketing, PR, publishing, media, performing arts, and arts administration.
Round 2 applications for the Out for Undergrad Marketing Conference are due Sunday 4/28/19!
For seniors graduating in May and thinking about a career in marketing communications strategy consider applying to the Ogilvy 12-month rotational program. Application materials are due January 21, 2019!
We’re aiming to build a company of innovators. We’re looking for relentless curiosity and pervasive creativity. Your own curiosity has gotten you this far; now see if it can earn you a spot as an Associate at Ogilvy. Please note: The application deadline is January 21, 2019. The Associates...
Save the date: December 7th
Field Trip Friday: Northampton Community Arts Trust
Lighting designer Kathy Couch ’95 and photographer Stephen Petegorsky ’75 describe how they used the land trust model to preserve affordable and accessible space for Northampton’s creative community. RSVP in Handshake, space is limited.
TV Writers Studio Info Session: Long Island University's MFA in Writing & Producing for Television
Wednesday, Nov. 14th 7:00-8:00pm in Fayerweather 113
Join William Rabkin, assistant director of the MFA program in writing and producing for television at the TV Writer’s Studio, as he shares insights about the field.
Professor William Rabkin of Long Island University’s TV Writers Studio, which grants an MFA in Writing and Producing for Television, is a thirty-year veteran writer, producer, and showrunner in television. He has worked on such shows as Monk, Psych, and Diagnosis Murder.
Professor Rabkin works closely with Emmy Award-winning veteran screenwriter, director, producer, and showrunner Norman Steinberg to make LIU Brooklyn’s TV Writers StudioSM an environment where students experience what it is like to be a writer and producer of a TV series.
The underlying philosophy of the TV Writers Studio is that, given a well-designed curriculum, the right team of mentors, appropriate technical resources and sufficient time, a group of talented graduate student writers, working collaboratively, can develop a TV series that is broadcast worthy. It is through this process that the students will develop the full range of skills, knowledge and experience necessary to enter the profession of television writing and production.
RSVP in Handshake: https://amherst.joinhandshake.com/events/222083/share_preview
Join William Rabkin, assistant director of the MFA program in writing and producing for television at the TV Writer’s Studio, as he shares insights about the field. Professor William Rabkin of Long Island University’s TV Writers Studio, which grants an MFA in Writing and Producing for...
Are you interested in the arts as an engine for social change, in advancing equity in public education, or in D.C. politics?
Join us for a conversation with John Abodeely ’01, CEO of the Houston Arts Alliance and former deputy director for the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities. This conversation will explore national policy and advocacy work, the use of the arts in community improvement, and successful efforts to improve public education in high-poverty environments.
Influence in Politics, the Arts & Public Education with John Abodeely ’01
Wednesday, November 7th 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
RSVP in Handshake: https://amherst.joinhandshake.com/even…/222967/share_preview
Thinking about an entertainment career? Apply to the Entertainment Trek to Los Angeles! Submit your resume, unofficial transcript, and answers to a few other questions by 11:55pm EST this Friday (Oct. 26th).
Only a few days left to apply to Loeb Center Treks during interterm!
Take your career exploration to a new city over interterm. The Loeb Center is accepting applications until Friday, Oct. 26th at 11:55pm for the following trips:
Entertainment Trek to Los Angeles (Jan. 6-11)
Finance Trek to Boston (Jan. 7-11)
Finance Trek to New York City (Jan. 13-18)
Climate Action Trek to Boston (Jan. 23-25)
Search ‘TREK’ in Handshake for more details and to apply.
The School of Creative Hustle with Jocelyn Goode '03
Thursday, Oct. 25th from 7-9pm
RSVP in Handshake:
Jocelyn Goode ’03 — award-winning artist, designer, educator, entrepreneur and community advocate — is building a multi-brand social enterprise that aims to address youth unemployment while increasing general access to the arts and preserving the cultural legacy of local communities experiencing gentrification. In this workshop you'll learn more about Jocelyn's work and her career trajectory, gain an understanding of creative entrepreneurship, and explore how to draw on your own skills to build the infrastructure for a creative career.
Ogilvy & Mather Advertising Information Session
Tuesday, Oct 16th from 8:30- 9:30pm
In 1948, David Ogilvy founded the agency that would become Ogilvy & Mather. Starting with no clients and a staff of two, he built his company into one of the eight largest advertising networks in the world. Today it has more than 450 offices in 169 cities. Over the past 60 years, Ogilvy has helped to build some of the most recognizable brands in the world: American Express, Sears, Ford, Shell, Barbie, Pond's, Dove, and Maxwell House among them, and more recently, IBM and Kodak.
Join representatives from Ogilvy & Mather to learn more about its 2019 summer internships, and Ogilvy Titans, the company's unique year-long rotational program designed for recent college grads.
Please RSVP in Handshake to reserve your spot.
In 1948, David Ogilvy founded the agency that would become Ogilvy & Mather. Starting with no clients and a staff of two, he built his company into one of the eight largest advertising networks in the world. Today it has more than 450 offices in 169 cities. Over the past 60 years, Ogilvy has....
Join the Loeb Center team! Applications due tomorrow, Thursday, September 13!
*The new Careers In Arts & Communication (CIAC) program is looking for an intern to support the development, planning, publicity, and implementation of the CIAC program’s events and initiatives. This position offers the student-intern the opportunity to explore careers, employers, and alumni in creative careers across arts and communication industries.
**We are also looking to hire two Marketing Interns. This position is ideal for students who are interested in creative writing, graphic design, videography/photography, and/or social media.
MassArt Graduate Admissions Information Table | Handshake
Massachusetts College of Art and Design is a public, independent college of art and design. The college's academic and co-curricular programs prepare students from diverse backgrounds to participate in the creative economy as artists, designers, and educators, and to engage in the well-being of....
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We hope you all can join us for lunch on Friday, March 2! Learn How to Get a Job in Publishing...
Next Friday, March 2, learn about 3 different publishing career paths alumni have wandered...RSVP in QUEST
Thinking about a career in sports or entertainment? Fan of the Red Sox or Orioles? Check out the 6th annual Sports & Entertainment Career Fair at Fenway https://www.mlb.com/redsox/tickets/promotions/themes/sports-entertainment-career-fair
The sixth annual Sports & Entertainment Career Fair will be held on Friday, April 13. This great networking event offers career opportunities for eager professionals and current college students looking to break into the Sports & Entertainment industry. The registration fee includes admission to the...
Join Arts and Communication advisor Kali Odell tomorrow for a conversation over lunch about pursuing experiences in in these areas. Bring all of your questions (and your food) down to Val Terrace Room A between 12:00 and 2:00 PM, as your schedule allows.
Graduating senior interested in working in the arts in New York? Here's an administrative support opportunity you might consider with the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. If you're interested in learning more about the position, email Kali Odell in the Loeb Center and she can connect you with the alumna who shared the posting.
The position is located at the New York Research Center of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. The incumbent performs a variety of administrative and reference services duties for the New York office, including, but not limited to, greeting and assisting researchers; maintaining m...
Still looking for a summer internship? Here's a short blurb about an internship in publishing at Harvard University Press. Deadline is MAY 30TH. Learn more on Quest.
Harvard University Press seeks applicants for a paid Internship for Diversity in Publishing for Summer 2017. The long -term goal of the internship is to introduce undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to publishing. The intern will rotate through departments at the Press, assisting with a variety of tasks related to the publication of scholarly books. The intern will gain practical experience in all aspects of book publishing, including how books are acquired, edited, designed, printed, sold, and promoted.
Graduating seniors: Looking to work in journalism? Learn more about this exciting opportunity: http://www.ccb-media.com/employment/ccb-media-recruiting-for-online-and-radio-news-reporter/
(99.9 The Q, Ocean 104.7, Cape Classical 107.5, Cape Country 104 & CapeCod.com) has an opening in its enterprising, local radio and web news team. The right candidate has a passion for multi-media news, using radio, web, video and social media to write, read and publish stories to serve our local c...
The Most Powerful Woman in New York’s Art World is Lisa Who?
It’s Lisa Phillips, the director of the New Museum, a progressive art institution for the 21st century. “You don’t let fear get you,” she said.
Summer Internship—Office of Communications: Apply by April 24
Enjoy working with images? Know Photoshop? Organized? Intern will be responsible primarily for 2 major projects: organizing first-year photos for student IDs and online directory; working with vast collection of photos, organizing and uploading to Digital Asset Management system. Other small projects assigned as needed. Photoshop experience required. Intern will work 20 to 35 hours a week. The position begins June 1, ends mid-August, is open to rising sophomores, juniors, seniors and pays $12 an hour. Summer housing is provided. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Su Auerbach, AC# 2202 or to [email protected].
Why do writers strike? A particularly interesting read for those of you interested in writing for film or television. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/17/business/media/with-a-hollywood-writers-strike-looming-heres-what-to-know.html?_r=0
On Wednesday, TV and movie writers will begin voting on whether to authorize a walkout, which could occur on May 2. Health care is a major issue.
Soon-to-be-graduates: Smith College has a great one year opportunity for someone interested in museum marketing and communications!
A new Brown Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship in Museum Marketing & Communications job is available in Northampton, Massachusetts. Check it out on AAM jobHQ.
If you haven't already, check out this short video sharing the perspective of Brooke Kamin Rapaport '84 as a curator of public art in New York.
While studying art at Amherst, Rapaport was first introduced to the complex nature of creating works of art through art history and gallery work. “What Amher...
Check out this Five College event on Friday!
Interested in meeting one-on-one with Jamie Horowitz '98, President of FOX Sports National Networks?
Sunday, March 26, 12:00-1:40 pm
Mr. Horowitz has limited informational meetings available for juniors and seniors. If you’re interested in meeting with him, please submit your resume and a short statement of interest to Kali Odell ([email protected]) by Thursday, March 16th. Priority will be given on a first-come, first-served basis to students who can articulate why they would benefit from meeting with Mr. Horowitz and are not participating in his talk with LEADS. To learn more about Jamie Horowitz, check out his bio.
Horowitz oversees all programming, marketing and scheduling for FS1 and FS2, as well as FOX Sports’ digital operations. His responsibilities also include management and development of original programming and day-to-day operations for FS1’s news and studio programs, including SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDIS...
Chamber Music Northwest in Portland OR has several paid internships with applications due at the end of March! This could be a great experience for those interested in careers that support the arts. Learn more: http://cmnw.org/about-us/jobs/
Chamber Music Northwest is seeking an experienced, detail-oriented House Manager for its 2017 Summer Festival. Working with the Lead House Manager and an additional House Manager, they oversee all public areas of the concert hall, including the lobby, concession tables, and auditorium and assist in…
Apply to be a Peer Career Advisor for the 2017-2018 academic year!
Application deadline – Monday, March 13
PCAs are a bridge between the Loeb Center and the student body. They play a fundamental role in offering career guidance to students, and now you can be one of them! Log into Quest to find the job posting.
If you have questions, contact Kali Odell or one of our current PCAs.
Planning how to manage your money is an important and challenging part of a summer experience, whether it's paid, unpaid, or funded by the Loeb Center. So take advantage of an excellent two day seminar facilitated by Chloe McKenzie '14 that will teach you how to effectively budget your summer while still saving and investing for the future!
Sunday March 5th 1:00-3:00 PM
Monday March 6th 4:00-6:00 PM
Space is limited, so please reserve your spot by RSVPing in Quest! Financial planning is hard (and can be intimidating), so we can't stress enough the importance of engaging with it now.
A message from NPR about what folks in their organization look for in a strong internship application.
If your resume, your cover letter and your writing samples don't tell a story, we may not be interested.
Amherst Juniors please join Christina Croak ’13 and Diana Cricien’17E for an information session TONIGHT at 6 PM in PAINO to learn about the Summer Analyst Internship (2/24 application deadline in Quest) with Kantar Retail! Log Into Quest to learn more.
You will join an involved, enthusiastic, global and diverse team of talent who thrive on connecting great thinking, best-in-class assets and industry expertise to solve an ever growing variety of unique client challenges.
Antonio’s Pizza will be served.
An interesting perspective for anyone considering a future as a playwright or screenwriter.
When Jordan Harrison attended Brown University for his Masters in Fine Arts some 15 years ago, the goal was to write plays—to create “vast canvasses ma ...
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The Amherst College Loeb Center for Career Exploration and Planning Careers In Arts & Communication program connects you to career advising and professional development opportunities designed to launch successful careers in the visual arts, performing arts, arts administration, museums and archives, advertising/public relations/marketing, design, entertainment, journalism, and publishing.