Dear Faculty and Students,
Amanda Figueroa is having her Thesis Show “Stories of the Heart”, opening Tuesday April 1st from 5:30 to 8pm in the 5th floor Boylan Hall gallery. The poster for the show is attached. Your attendance will be greatly appreciated!
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We are seeking interns for photography and art specialist. Both interns will receive a stipend of minimum $1,000. Our summer camp hours are Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm.
The interns for photography will be traveling with our camp on assigned days ( 3-4 days a week). Certain photographs will be allowed, with approval, to be used for the photographers personal portfolio.
The art intern will mainly be in our facility working with different groups ages (5 years old to 13 years old). The art intern will have a set schedule ( 4-5 days a week, 15- 20 hours a week).
The interns will get the full experience of summer camp and exposure to a great practice in their fields.
We are a community based camp, and are always happy to welcome young professionals to be part of our camp experience . We have over 300 children. We are located on the beach and utilize the beach as part of our camp. Feel free to check our website www.shorefronty.org to get to know us better.
To apply contact:
Assistant Director of Youth & camp services
3300 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn NY, 11235
Phone: 718-646-1444 ext. 329
Visit us at www.shorefronty.org
Shorefront Y Summer Day Camp begins June 30th!
From: jennifer Ball [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 9:42 PM
To: Maria Babaev; Michael Mallory
Cc: Lauren G. Kilroy
Subject: Re: Art Interns
Dear Ms. Babaev,
Michael Mallory forwarded your email to me for response. I advertise internships to our students and help administrate them when they get course credit. If you send a job description, pay (if it is paid), hours, and application instructions I can post it for our students as we’d surely have some who were interested.
The National Museum of American History Internship program
Wednesday April 2, 2014, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
1309 James Hall
The National Museum of American History Internship allows a diverse group of people with innumerable interests, strengths, and goals to encounter an educational environment where they can work with and learn from professionals and scholars in related areas of concentration. The Museum offers interns of different backgrounds and majors incredible opportunities in a variety of fields including:
Meet with a representative from the Smithsonian and learn more about internships, fellowships and museum careers. To attend students can send emails to intern with Museum in the subject line or register on the BC portal http://portal.brooklyn.edu via the “Career” tab.
Internships 101: Internships in Arts, Media and Entertainment
Thursday April 24, 2014, 12:15-2:15pm
Amersfort Lounge, Student Center
Internships give you the tools and experiences necessary to develop your talent and land the job of your dreams. An internship will help provide a better idea of where you fit in, what technologies and processes you need to learn and what specific types of projects you like to work on in this specific industry. With so many internship programs available in a wide variety of industries, you’ll be able to choose the specific internship experience that will propel you to a long and satisfying career in Arts, Media and Entertainment.
Meet with employers in the field and learn more about the industry. Panelists include:
Brooklyn Arts Council
Brick Arts Media
Jujamcyn Theaters Shakespeare Theatre
Warner Music Group
This event is sponsored by The Magner Career Center, The National Broadcasting Society, AERho Brooklyn College Chapter and the BCTV Club. Refreshments will be served.
Student Registration – http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu via the “Career” tab.
Associate Director of Career Development
Magner Career Center
Brooklyn College – 1303 James Hall
2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11210
Connecting College to Career
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Dear Faculty and Students,
Shuku Kobirumaki is having her Thesis Show “Cosmic Embrace”, opening Tuesday March25th from 6-8pm in the 5th floor Boylan Hall gallery. Your attendance will be greatly appreciated!
Some of you may be considering doctoral studies. If so or if you want to learn more about pursing doctoral studies, please join us on Friday April 4th at 4 pm to listen to a panel of faculty and current graduate students discuss their experience of the application process for a PhD, the nature of doctoral studies, why or why not to apply to pursue a PhD, and other important information about the application process. All students from all programs and campuses are welcome. Please let your friends from other programs know about the panel, if they would like to come along.
Why and How to Apply for a PhD:
A panel on Pursuing Doctoral Studies
Friday April 4, 2014, 4-6 pm- Room C197, GC
Are you interested in applying for a PhD and want to learn more about this process?
Come listen to a panel of faculty and students discuss their experience of the admissions process and why to pursue doctoral studies.
Dr. Jennifer Furlong, Director of Career Planning and Professional Development, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Professor Glenn Hendler, Associate Professor, Chair of the English Department, Fordham University.
Professor Kristen M. Shockley, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Baruch College, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Aneta Samkoff, PhD Student, Art History Department, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Nora Slonimsky, PhD Student, History Department, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Moderator: Professor Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis, Visiting Assistant Professor and Deputy Executive Officer, MA in Liberal Studies, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
I shall make an earnest attempt to communicate herein with brevity, certainty and clarity.
1. Please join us this Saturday, 22 March, from 5pm to 8pm for another round of Studio Visits (Ex Situ). A full description of the gathering is here. To the information thereover I would add only that if you plan to present, please arrive between 5 and 5:15. And if such is your plan, please plan also to stay for the duration.
2. Our next exhibit, Vapors and Squalls, or Mediums, is of the simposio sort, featuring artworks and literary selections by Kate Teale, Karen Marston, Jonathan Quinn and Wendy Klemperer. More information here and on the flyer below. An abbreviated form of simposio reading will be provided in a subsequent message.
An earnest attempt, if not a successful one.
A presto lo stesso,
250 Moore Street, #108
Brooklyn, NY 11206