The DePaul Humanities Center has five public events planned for us! Read on for the event fliers and information.
The Career Center at DePaul has a plethora of helpful resources designed to benefit you. From Job & Internship Fairs to specialized, one-on-one career advising, the Career Center has a wide variety of resources on hand to help you succeed throughout your degree and beyond. We have listed here the various resources that students have found most helpful and given you a little “guide” on how to best use them.
Save the date for the BGSA March Mixer!
Walk-ins are welcome, must be DePaul students or alumni.
Join the DePaul Career Center for a mini-career fair and a unique opportunity to network and connect with creative industry professionals and recruiters. The Creative Job & Internship Fair aims to bring together a cross-section of students interested in creative roles with employers looking to hire DePaul’s diverse creative talent. Learn about current and future full-time, part-time and internship positions. Students of all experience levels are encouraged to attend.
We are excited to announce that representatives from Stage 18 and the Chicago Film Office will also be in attendance. While they will not be looking to hire, feel free to network with them regarding their organizations and their path in the industry.
Students from the following majors and programs are strongly encouraged to attend:
- Animation (Cinema & Game Art concentrations)
- Computer Game Design
- Cinema Production (Production; Post-Production & Sound concentrations)
- Digital Cinema (concentrations in TV, Cinema or Documentary Production, Sound or Film/TV Writing)
- Digital Communication & Media Arts
- Graphic Design
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Interactive and Social Media
- Media & Cinema Studies
- Performing Arts Management
- PR & Advertising
Professional dress is strongly recommended.
Prepare for the fair:
1. Have your Resume Reviewed
Visit the Career Center’s Peer Career Advisors for a resume review. Peer Career Advisors are highly trained undergraduates who advise students and alumni concerning basic career related issues on a walk-in basis. Bring multiple copies of your updated resume to the fair.
2. Practice Interviewing
Make sure to practice your interviewing skills on DePaul InterviewStream whenever you want to prepare for all of your job, internship and co-op interviews.
4. Download the new Career Fair Plus App
Here are some public programs for you to check out!
Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice
The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will hold an online information session on Tuesday, March 7 at 8 pm eastern / 7 pm central to discuss careers in community organizing with DePaul students and alumni interested in uniting congregations and working for social, economic and racial justice.
RSVP at www.thedartcenter.org/march7
DART hires and trains organizers to build organizations that have successfully addressed issues including:
* Plugging the school-to-prison pipeline
* Reining in predatory lending practices
* Expanding access to primary health and dental care
* Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training
* Education reform in low-performing public schools
* Fighting for immigrants’ rights
Positions start August 14, 2017 in Richmond, VA, Louisville, KY, Evansville, IN, Topeka, KS,and Daytona Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and St. Petersburg, FL.
Starting salary $34,000/year + benefits.
Although it may be helpful, no prior organizing experience is necessary. Fluent Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply.
To find out more about DART or to apply, we encourage you to visit www.thedartcenter.org. Still have questions? Contact Hannah Wittmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 841-0353.
The Building a Land Ethic Conference is calling for proposals:
- Engaging Thinking Communities
- Land Ethic Youth Education
- Leopold and Higher Education
- Working Toward Land Health
- The Art of Leopold
- The Science of Leopold
- Leopold and Leadership
- Creating an Inclusive Land Ethic
Concurrent session presenters will also pick between a 10-minute “bright spot” presentation, a 45-minute traditional presentation, or a 90-minute hands-on presentation, which allows for lots of flexibility and creativity with sessions.
Proposals are due no later than March 15, 2017. For more information or to submit a proposal, visit our “Call for Session Proposals” page. You can follow along with the latest conference news and announcements on our Facebook event page.
We hope that you will consider submitting a presentation proposal and will help spread the word to friends or colleagues who may be interested.”