Wednesday, December 24, 2008
The internships are part-time and unpaid and are limited to enrolled college or graduate students able to earn academic credit. Apply by mail or e-mail and include: cover letter, resume and writing samples.
Brian Parks, Arts & Culture Editor
The Village Voice
36 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003
Staff Accountant. This staff member is responsible for the financial record-keeping for our two organizations, Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School. The individual must have an Associates Degree (towards a Bachelor's Degree) in accounting OR 2-4 years of prior bookkeeping experience, preferably in a nonprofit organization. Strong administrative and organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to perform account analysis and monthly closings are desirable. Email resume and coverletter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete job postings can be found at www.harlemrbi.org/employ.html
Remember, "word of mouth" and email forwards are the primary means by which people land their dream job! Share within your circles. This comes from Megan Demarkis, a colleague of CCNY’s Crystal Vargas. Include her name in the subject line when you or a friend apply.
Harlem RBI offers all Full Time employees competitive salaries, a built in raise structure, professional development funds, full health and dental benefits, and a retirement plan. Megan welcomes the chance to talk to colleagues and peers about joining the Harlem RBI team in person.
Megan Demarkis, Director of Organizational Excellence
212.722.1608, ext. 225
333 East 100th Street - Ground Floor
NY, NY 10029
Harlem RBI provides inner city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn, and Grow. We use the power of teams to coach, teach, and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams.
Associate Executive Director
333 East 100th Street
NY, NY 10029
212/722-1608 x223 (phone)
Director of Public Relations
The City College of New York
S-176, 138th St. at Convent Ave.
New York, NY 10031
Register Now :: Space Limited
INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN ADVERTISING, MARKETING
OR PUBLIC RELATIONS?
ATTEND A FREE CAREER DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
HOSTED BY RUDER FINN
Who: THE LAGRANT FOUNDATION (TLF) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase the number of ethnic minorities in the fields of advertising, marketing and public relations through scholarships, internships, mentoring programs and career development workshops to African American, Native American, Asian Pacific American and Hispanic/Latino undergraduate and graduate students.
Ruder Finn is a leading independent communications, counseling and services Agency with more than 60 years of experience. The Ruder Finn Group maintains offices in
What: Ruder Finn will be hosting the career development workshop where students will have the opportunity to meet with industry professionals and participate in various presentations.
By attending the workshop, students will receive much needed exposure to the field, a tool of encouragement to assist with their future success.
This is a FREE event and will include lunch. Attire is business and students must bring their resumes.
When: Friday, January 30, 2009
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
RSVP by Tuesday, January 27, 2009 – Space is limited!
Where: Ruder Finn
Contact: Ericka Avila
THE LAGRANT FOUNDATION
323.469.8680 Ext. 223, email@example.com
Saturday, December 6, 2008
CCNY Communications Alumni Anne Mancuso, Clyde Haberman, and Paul Winfield were kind enough to give a group of 15 CCNY journalism students a tour of the Times newsroom recently and sit down to discuss standards, convergence and other issues of moment.
According to Prof. Philip Kay, organizer of the professional development workshop, “It was a rewarding and energizing experience and we're very grateful to all of them for being so generous with their time.”
“We're lucky to have such committed alumni,” notes Prof. Kay, offering a special thanks to Anne for taking the initiative and doing the heavy lifting with planning and coordinating schedules.
In November, Communications Alumni attended the department's “Building Bridges,” special event here on campus, developed to build links between alumni and students. Each May, Communications Alumni host a fundraising and scholarship dinner. Watch this blog for news about the dinner and other important events. Recent grads are encouraged to join the CCNY Alumni organization. For info, visit:
What’s your specialty? What are you passionate about … books, music, film, fashion, advocacy? To find a blog in your area of interest, visit:
Technorati lists top blogs in numerous industries. Check out a few … post comments … share your views! If you track blogs written by leaders in your field, you’ll soon become knowledgeable about a wide range of topics. This provides useful info and discussion points for internships and job interviews.
If there isn’t a blog that strikes your fancy, then create one. Your unique voice is important. Blogs are excellent tools to promote “brand you” and a weblog (or blog) is an excellent way to help refine your writing skills. Blogging and “citizen journalism” are all the rave. And, it’s fun!
Careful: the Internet is a powerful communications tool. Students are advised that potential employers track blogs for any “off color” subject matter or content. Polish your professional skills by posting meaningful blog posts that contribute to the body of knowledge in your area of expertise. Then, remember to proof, fact-check and spell-check—before posting info for the world to see!
If you have a blog, please forward your URL to firstname.lastname@example.org; next semester, we plan to publish a list of MCA student and faculty blogs, as well as those of interest in media specialty areas (film/video, ad/pr, journalism).
Keep blogging as you
Keep blogging as youpursue your passion!
2:00 PM Eastern Time
To register, visit
Are you ready to plan your winning PR program for next year? With 2009 just around the corner, its time to prepare for success.
A part of planning for next year means evaluating this year’s performance. Analyzing your current PR program can help you develop a plan to improve and reach your PR goals and objectives and deliver value to the business.
Prof. Gene Donati suggests this Vocus webinar featuring “PR 2.0” author Deirdre Breakenridge and International Speedway’s Lenny Santiago to learn how to plan for a successful 2009.
The webinar will provide techniques to:
- Employ effective cost-cutting measures to save money
- Increase productivity to use less time on tasks
- Demonstrate and highlight your value to management
- Choose the tools and technology to best complement your strategy
Student Empowerment Engagement Development Series (SEEDS)
SEEDS promotes leadership development, civic engagement and social justice through a series of workshops and retreats. Participating in the program will introduce / enhance your toolkit of skills as an emerging student leader:
- Interpersonal Networking
- Community Involvement
- Organizational Planning
Why should you join SEEDS?
SEEDS asks students, “What does it mean to be a leader?” SEEDS works together with students, staff and faculty to encourage experiential learning experiences through community service, critical thinking activities, promoting change and social justice to create a community all working towards the same purpose.
We are looking for students who are dedicated, hard working and truly committed to enhancing CCNY and the surrounding community This leadership development program is designed to give you the tools you need not only for success as a student, but also in life after City College.
The deadline to submit your application is Wednesday, Dec. 17. Attendance and participation at all sessions is critical for successful completion of the program. Food will be provided; space is limited:
- Sat, Feb 7: 9 AM - 5 PM
- Wed, Feb 18: 7 - 10 PM
- Wed, Mar 11: 7 - 10 PM
- Wed, Apr 22: 7 - 10 PM
- Wed, May 13: 7 - 10 PM
To apply, email Daniel Tome or visit the Student Life & Leadership Development Office - NAC 1/210:
Program Coordinator of Special Projects
Office of Student Life & Leadership Development
The City College of New York
138th Street & Convent Avenue - NAC 1/210
New York, NY 10031