ALBANY COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION
Photographer Needed for Fundraising Event
The Albany County Public Library Foundation will hold its annual “A Novel Night” murder mystery fundraiser on Friday, March 31, 2017. The ACPL Foundation seeks a volunteer event photographer.
Location: Laramie Plains Civic Center South Gym, 710 E. Garfield St., Laramie, Wyoming
Event Date/Time: Friday, March 31, 2017 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Qualifications: Interested students do not need to be professional photographers or have ample photography experience to apply. Preferably the selected student will have completed a photography course. Preference will be given to students with their own camera equipment, but all applicants will be considered.
Responsibilities: Duties will include taking candid shots during the fundraising event of event décor and attendees and taking more professional photographs of groups in the photo booth. Following the event, the ACPL Foundation would like the photos edited and provided to the organization. You will be acknowledged when photos are used for promotional purposes.
Compensation: This is a volunteer opportunity benefitting a local charity. The event will allow you to gain experience and be a resume builder. Your attendance at the event will be free of charge (single ticket value of $75); heavy appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided ruing the event.
To Apply: Contact Executive Director Caitlin White at 307-630-1965 or email@example.com to set up a time for an informal interview.
I am seeking article ideas for issue 07 of Western Confluence magazine, out in January 2017.
The theme is the science behind our new energy future. What are the most significant energy challenges of our time, and what research is addressing them? What technological, social, policy, or management breakthroughs could lead us into a new energy future? What must we do as a state and as a society to prepare for changes in how we produce and use energy?
We’ll also consider story ideas about any subject relevant to natural resource management in our region for our Field Notes and Science Briefs sections.
To be considered for the upcoming issue, please submit your pitch to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Western Confluence editors and advisors will meet in June to discuss. We’ll answer all pitches by early July.
Western Confluence Call for Stories – Download this PDF for instructions.
Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Editor, Western Confluence
University of Wyoming
The intern will work for our Public Affairs department. I’m really looking for a student with experience in graphic design – or at least with full knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and ideally Illustrator. It will be a paid internship located in Gillette.
HERE IS THE JOB DESCRIPTION:
Cloud Peak Energy, one of the largest U.S. coal producers, is offering a public affairs internship for summer 2015 in the corporate office. The internship will allow the student to gain exposure to the communications and public affairs industry and will provide a real-world experience that can supplement classroom studies.
Throughout the course of the 10-week internship, the student will work closely with our Public Affairs team while interacting with all departments throughout the company to provide support to the Media Communications Representative by assisting with corporate publications, intranet portal and corporate website and advertising.
The intern will also assist with updating the photo archive and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of community events. An ideal public affairs intern candidate for Cloud Peak Energy should be a passionate, creative and fast-learning undergraduate or graduate student who wishes to further his/her interests in the communication and public relations fields. The position is located at our headquarters in Gillette, Wyoming.
- Preferred area of study includes Communications, Public Relations, Graphic Design, Visual Arts or similar discipline
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
- Candidate must be self-directed, organized, resourceful and professional, with the ability to work independently as well as on a team
- Experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator preferred
Contact: Michelle Butler, email@example.com, 3076876022.
Summer Journalism at NYU is an experience you won’t forget. We have a variety of classes for pre-college and college students, and one graduate multimedia production course, which is the course we are highlighting this week.
The Story We See is a four-week intensive multimedia class that is perfect for anyone wanting to improve or solidify their skills. You’ll report, shoot, edit, and publish a complete multimedia story. Two, actually. Taught by the highly experienced Adrian Mihai, it’s faced-paced, hands-on, hard work and–by student accounts–very memorable and rewarding.
Regarding other courses, this summer we’ve added three new ones to our already diverse line-up–Sports!, The Profilers, and a classic from our regular academic year, The Beat, with a long-time favorite professor, Frank Flaherty, which runs as a special 9-week course. First session courses start May 26 and second session courses run from July 7 to August 13.
Visit our website for a list of all the courses offered and to find out more about the program. Still have questions? Check out our FAQs, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect with us on Facebook! Like our page to interact with current and prospective students, ask questions, and to keep up with the latest news about Summer Journalism.
No Labels is an organization dedicated to resolving the gridlock in Congress by helping Democrats, Republicans, and Independents reach across the aisle and work together. Our goal is to create a new politics of problem-solving by asking that representatives from all parties sit down and discuss solving problems, by working from a common set of goals. Currently, we have over seventy members of Congress who support our mission, as well as the goals presented in our National Strategic Agenda.
While the national organization itself has made a significant amount of progress, we believe that student leaders are the key towards ensuring this movement makes a visible impact in the near future. For this reason, we are attempting to establish college chapters all across the nation that would work to further the goals of our organization. So far, we have set up just over 60 college chapters nationwide, and we would love to have The University of Wyoming join that list.
Student’s who start chapters on university campuses will have the opportunity to participate in a month long internship in New Hampshire this summer, as well as to return for a National Conference on Oct. 5th of this year. This incredible opportunity is a tremendous segway into working in political organizing and campaigning, and provides students with an opportunity to affect real change in American Politics. We hope that students at The University of Wyoming would like to be a part of that change!
If you know of any students who would be interested in starting a No Labels chapter on The University of Wyoming’s campus, please have them email me at email@example.com, so I can give them further information about what exactly this endeavor entails.
To learn more about our organization and what we stand for, click on the following link: http://www.nolabels.org/whoweare
If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out and send me an email!
Colorado State Director
One of our COJO department graduates, Brittany Perez, works as the marketing director at The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) and she is in the process of looking for two interns.
For more information about an internship possibility with Laramie Chamber Business Alliance, please download this PDF. .