AOL, Inc. – HuffPost Religion Fellowship: 934635

HuggPost Religion is hiring a Fellow to join our team and work on our award-winning religion site and social media accounts. The Fellow will be integrated into the team with opportunities to learn and grow professionally in a fast-paced, intelligent, fun and slightly obsessed environment. The fellowship usually lasts four to six months and is a paid program that we use to identify potential full-time hires — in other words, fellows are considered to be in training from the moment they begin. The program ensures that fellows learn everything there is to know about how the Huffington Post approaches web publishing. Fellows have the chance discover whether HuffPost is the sort of place you want to launch your career.

To learn more and apply log into NYU Career Net and search for Job ID 934635

AOL, Inc. – HuffPost Sports Fellowhip: 934634

The Huffington Post is seeking editorial fellow to join its Sports vertical. Do you consume the majority of your sports news digitally? Do you have an appreciation for statistical analysis as well as viral videos? Are you obsessive about social media? Then you might be a perfect fit for the Huffington Post. The core fellow experiences will include writing headlines, packaging stories and video content, monitoring breaking news and identifying viral stories, pitching and producing, and aiding in managing Facebook and Twitter accounts

To learn more and apply log into NYU Career Net and search for Job ID 934634

AOL, Inc. – The Huffington Post Fellowship Program: 919640

The Huffington Post is seeking editorial fellows to join its New York office. The core fellow experiences will include writing headlines, packaging stories and video content, monitoring breaking news and identifying viral stories, pitching and producing, and aiding in managing Facebook and Twitter accounts. The HuffPost Fellowship usually lasts four to six months, giving our Fellows the opportunity to discover whether HuffPost is the right place to launch their career.

This is a paid program providing experience and training from beginning to end. We focus on teaching our Fellows everything there is to know about how the Huffington Post approaches web publishing.

To learn more and apply log into NYU Career Net and search for Job ID 919640

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We will visit exhibitions at the NYC Museum and go to El Barrio on 104th street to see Hispanic and street art. Then, we will visit the beautiful Conservatory Gardens and Harlem Meer in Central Park and either walk up through Harlem for a vegan soul food buffet, or go east for a sunset picnic beside the historic Gracie Mansion – home of the mayor! We will look at New York art and architecture, discuss New York literature, and investigate options for a greener New York!

When: Saturday, July 12 – start at 2:30pm (afternoon and evening)

Where: Meet at 2:30pm in the Gilded Age section of the Museum of the City of New York, at 103rd St. and Fifth Avenue. Bring friends and family!

Cost: Just $10 for two museums.

RSVP to julia.keefer@nyu.edu, and call 212-734-1083, if lost.

Global Cities is seeking a student intern to carry out graphic design projects integral to the organization’s programming, including the development of digital and print materials. The intern’s work responsibilities will include assisting Global Cities staff with the development, layout, and design of an interactive PDF student workbook related to implementation of the organization’s education curriculum for an internet-based global awareness program for middle schools.

To learn more and apply, log into NYU CarrerNet and search for Job ID: 931566.

Best of luck!

McGhee Professor Julia Keefer invites you to a cross-cultural tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with current SCPS students who will guide you through time and across cultures in an exploration of the Museum’s encyclopedic collection.

Date: Saturday, June 14

Time: 4:30pm – 8:00/9:00pm

RSVP: julia.keefer@nyu.edu

See our flyer for more details, and contact Julia Keefer for more information at: 212-734-1083.

We hope to see you there!

 

In the Prior Learning Assessment Information Sessions, attendees learn the four ways that McGhee students may earn credit for their prior college-level learning. Topics covered will include foreign language proficiency, standardized testing (CLEP/Excelsior College/Advanced Placement exams), transfer credits, and credits earned through the portfolio process in McGhee’s Seminar in Experiential Learning (attending this information session is a prerequisite for entering the seminar).

The main focus of the assessment will be the prior college-level learning that adults have earned before returning to or starting college. Students will also be given the opportunity to ask questions related to individual academic circumstances.

No RSVP is required. These are drop-in sessions, only.

Mark Your Calendars! Click on the dates below to read full details -

6/18
Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
7/1 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
7/8 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
7/24 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
8/13 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
8/21 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
8/26 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
9/3 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session
9/10 Prior Learning Assessment Information Session

The McGhee Tutoring Service offers one-on-one tutoring sessions at no charge to McGhee students in math and writing.

If you have questions, or would like to make an appointment, contact us at mcghee.tutoring@nyu.edu or at 212-992-9055.

 

McGhee students can take advantage of the breadth and resources and comprehensive career services available through both the Wasserman Center for Career Development at NYU-SCPS and the main NYU Wasserman Center.

The Wasserman Center helps students formulate career goals and objectives as well as obtain professional employment and internships. The Center offers seminars on career assessment and planning, interviewing and job search skills, and choosing a major.

Check out the NYU-SCPS Wasserman Center’s June, 2014 Liaison Newsletter, here.

 

 

Log into NYU CareerNet to see details and apply for the following position:

Starr Indemnity & Liability Co.: Starr Summer PAID Intern – Star Tech BA 933193

Starr Companies is a global insurance organization, with a presence on five continents, providing property and casualty insurance solutions to business and industry. Our talented and experienced associates manage risk and ultimately support the profitable growth of organizations in a dynamic, competitive and ever-changing marketplace. We are seeking Summer Interns for a 10-week paid Summer Internship in our Information Technology Department. To learn more and apply, log into NYU CareerNet and search for job ID 933193.

Log into NYU CareerNet to see details and apply for the following positions:

Mercury Public Affairs: Digital Intern – #929653

Mercury Public Affairs specializes in high-stakes public affairs at the intersection of business, government, politics, and media. Core capabilities include public relations, public affairs campaign management, grassroots coalition building and management, public opinion research, digital strategy, advocacy advertising, crisis management and political consulting. Mercury is looking for energetic and motivated students to intern for a national, leading public affairs firm on our digital team.

Compass Points Advisors LLC: Marketing and Social Media Assistant – 930270

Compass Points Advisors LLC is seeking an individual to assist with the marketing and social media efforts of a growing executive search/career advisory form. This effort will involve managing and expanding its company pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and others, updating website content, both text and video, involvement with email and event promotion, webinars, seminars, workshops and other appearances.

Strap in for EO 2030’s Shark Swim!

Forget the TV. This time it’s all you. 1:1 with the Sharks. Learning to become one, not just pitch one. This year’s Shark Swim is four events in one. Participate in one, or all four; you won’t want to miss a thing!

  • Tuesday, June 17, 2014
  • Cocktail Reception: 5:30pm
  • Main Event: 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Citi – 399 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10012 (between 53rd and 54th Streets)

See the Wasserman Center’s Events Page or NYU CareerNet for more information.

See our flyer for more details.

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