Boren Information Session: September 14, 2017

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Are you interested in studying abroad for 6+ months fully funded? Are you interested in matters of U.S. national security? Are you interested in working for the government after graduation? If you answered yes to all three questions, you should consider applying for the Boren Scholarship (for undergraduates) or Boren Fellowship (for graduate students)!   BOREN AWARDS INFORMATION SESSION   September 14, 2017  … Read more »

Spring 2018 YES Network Communications Internship

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Graphic Design and Social Media Opportunities at Engineers Without Borders

Fordham University Engineers Without Borders is a chapter of the national non-profit organization Engineers Without Borders USA.  Our student chapter provides student membership in EWB-USA at no cost. The hands-on local and international volunteering opportunities are both personally and professionally rewarding.  We have two areas of service: local service of STEM enrichment to grade 3-12 students at CitySquash, an after… Read more »

Fall Opportunity for students at Fordham with MONO NO AWARE

I wanted to share some upcoming Fall events and opportunities organized by the cinema-arts non-profit MONO NO AWARE.  For the last 11 years MONO has organized an exhibition of expanded cinema, installation and sculpture that incorporates the moving image. This Fall we are teaching unique workshops, in film, photo-chemical processing, animation, 35mm motion picture production, and presenting screenings with visiting… Read more »

NY Film & Television Student Alliance 2017 Summit! 9/23/17 Save the date!

NYFTSA is a statewide, student-run organization that aims to help interested students gain experience in and learn about the film and television industry. Together with the Governor’s Office of TV and Film Development and connected with chapters at schools all around New York, the organization has given students the opportunity to meet and speak with current working professionals, tour the… Read more »

College Filmmakers: Call for Entries for Social Justice Short Film Contest

Voices from the Margins is the largest social justice film fest for college students in the country. We welcome short films on a wide breadth of topics: from poverty and inequality, to migrants and refugees, race, gender, environment/ecology, human rights, and beyond. Entries are judged by a prestigious panel including the Emmy-winning HBO director Alexandra Pelosi, and Ian Brennan, creator of… Read more »

Fall 2017 College Credit Media Internships at Manhattan Neighborhood Network

The Youth Media Center housed at the MNN El Barrio Firehouse has a mission to develop the next generation of media makers and critical thinkers. We provide with training in the technical, creative and social aspects of media making. Our program encourages the critical analysis of local, national and international social justice issues; community activism; and personal and professional development…. Read more »

Fellowship opportunities at Mother Jones

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Social Media Fellowship (San Francisco) Do you find all your news on Twitter? Get a rush from breaking news? Miss Gawker? Mother Jones is looking for an all-star social media fellow to help keep us current on social platforms, blog for our award-winning website, and enhance our coverage of breaking news. This fellow will work closely with Mother Jones’s digital news team and collaborate… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Speaking for Change

Harold Ramis Film School wants your funniest grads!

If you are passionate about comedic storytelling and feeling unsure about your next step after graduation, (or in a “gap year”) – We would love to talk about what we offer here at the new Harold Ramis Film School. It is a highly specialized, one-year intensive program that will greatly support students in transitioning into the elusive and competitive comedic… Read more »