Author Archives: Chris Vicari

Course Spotlight – Flawless/Freedom/Formations: Writing about Race, Gender, Media and Popular Culture

Fellowships for Grad Study in the UK – Info Session 4/19

Marshall Scholarship Info Sessions Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Rose Hill Campus: Dealy 101 @ 3:00PM Lincoln Center Campus: Lowenstein 524 @ 5:30PM Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree at any eligible university in the United Kingdom. Each year, up to forty Scholars are selected for the program, which is available to students… Read more »

Summer Opportunity at MONO NO AWARE

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MONO NO AWARE, is a Brooklyn based cinema-arts non-profit organization established in 2007, that runs a strong educational initiative in traditional film making and the photo-chemical arts. The organization hosts monthly screenings, workshops, imports and distributes film stock, rents camera equipment, and presents special events throughout the city.  For the last 11 years MONO has organized a exhibition of expanded… Read more »

CNBC Workshops at the 2017 AAJA, NABJ, and NAHJ Conventions

This summer, CNBC is hosting two business journalism workshops at the 2017 Journalist Conventions. The Business News Associate Workshop is designed for entry-level journalists and will take place at the 2017 AAJA and NAHJ National Conventions. The Business Reporting Workshop is designed for on-air reporters and multimedia journalists with 3-5 years of professional experience and will take place at the… Read more »

Fordham Russian Forum screens a short film!

The Fordham Russian Forum are screening a short film with documentary filmmaker Maksim Pozdorovkin (Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer). His new short film Our New President is a mash up of hilarious and intriguing clips about Trump in Russian state and social media (with English subtitles). They will screen the film, conduct a short interview and then open to q &… Read more »

Paid Internship Opportunity at the Transit Museum

The position offers hands-on experience in social media and digital marketing, targeted advertising, website design, press, and public relations, and is a PAID position offering $15-22/hour (dependent on number of credits accrued in degree program) and a free monthly MetroCard as an added benefit. One thing to note is that they are looking for someone who can commit to more… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Italian Americans on American Screens

Course Spotlight – Italian Americans on American Screens What can explain the shocking popularity of Jersey Shore? Where did the controversial images of Italian Americans that the show displays originate? This course proposes an examination of Italian Americans as represented in mainstream and independent American cinema (and later television) from the silent era to the present. Particular attention will be… Read more »

U.S. PIRG Application Deadline Approaching

We wanted to reach out to let you know that U.S. PIRG still has entry-level positions available. Please forward this message along to your graduating seniors. The deadline to apply is this Friday, March 24 at 5pm PT. Check out our available positions! U.S. PIRG Digital Campaigners use their online skills and savvy writing skills to run powerful digital campaigns that engage… Read more »

Portland summer documentary film program: Media Institute for Social Change

CALLING ASPIRING MEDIA MAKERS! Each summer, the Media Institute for Social Change hosts a group of college-level students in Portland, Oregon for a seven week long course in radio and video storytelling. The program prepares each aspiring maker with an arsenal of tools to produce social impact media about civic issues. Inviting media professionals from OPB, Bitch Media, The Moth, XRAY.FM, KBOO,… Read more »

Paid Fellowship for Graduating Seniors – Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network

CONNECTICUT PUBLIC BROADCASTING, INC. Newman’s Own Fellowship in Partnership with CPBN Position Announcement JOB TITLE:   Education Fellow REPORTS TO:  Director of Education JOB SUMMARY:  Creating and teaching interactive media requires curiosity and a willingness to dive into something new and unfamiliar. That is why CPBN is seeking an enterprising Education Fellow to foster intellectual curiosity in the public media landscape…. Read more »