Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Haydenfilms Internship

The Haydenfilms Institute is looking for a Professional Writing major to join our dynamic and innovative team! The HFI Academy Program is an internship program that Haydenfilms Institute runs between 12-16 weeks at the TEK Park location in Breinigsville, PA. We are looking for eager undergraduate students to work in our film office.

The Haydenfilms Institute encourages and champions independent and student filmmakers worldwide through our year-round programming. Our annual Online Film Festival, special events, road shows, educational activities and other programs help filmmakers through all stages of their careers—from choosing to embark on a career in film in high school to producing independent films as a seasoned veteran.

The HFI Academy Intern will have the opportunity to write at least six articles for the organization. The number of work hours per week expected is 40, for 9 credits. Activities include field assignments for film screenings, conducting interviews and reporting on film festivals. Also, the HFI Academy Intern will have the chance to research and pitch assignments of their choice! The internship will consist of some administrative work.

The only necessary skills are a passion for film and writing! Proficient knowledge of writing styles and some film making knowledge is preferred.

Application deadline is fast approaching, November 1st!

Contact Person:
Hayden Craddolph
Phone: 323.337.6868
Fax: 610.736.9224

Friday, September 17, 2010


Steve Reinbrecht is typically looking for interns for BCTV.

Steve Reinbrecht
Managing editor
Berks Community Television

Senior Orientation Sessions

College of Business: Thu 9/9 – 11-11:50 – MSU 218
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences: Tue 9/14 – 11-11:50 – MSU 183
College of Visual & Performing Arts: Thu 9/16 – 11-11:50 – MSU 183

Sign-ups GOING ON NOW for Special Events

Mock Interview Mania Week – Sign up in the CDC (Stratton 113) beginning Mon 9/1. Interviews week of 9/27

Test Prep Sessions by Kaplan – Get Ready for the GRE,MCAT,LSAT & DAT Sat 10/1 – 10am –Boehm & DeFran

Register at http://careers.kutztown.edu (by 9/29)

Careers in Government Info Sessions (Both Federal & State Reps will present twice
so students can attend both) Tue 10/26 11-11:50 & 12-12:50 MSU 223 7& 250

Senior Etiquette Dinner - Tue 11/9 - 5-7 – MSU MPR - Register at http://careers.kutztown.edu


Getting into Graduate School! Thu Oct 28, 11-11:50am MSU 250 FOOD! GIVEAWAYS!
Strategies to Gain Admission to Highly Competitive Graduate Programs
Master’s / MBA / Ph.D. /M.D. / Pharm.D. / D.D.S. / J.D. / DOT

Cracking the Hidden Job Market! Thu Oct 28, 4:30-6pm Boehm 261
How to Beat 1000-to-1 Odds to Land Your Dream Job or Internship How to Get Any Job with Any Major, How to Quit Making Excuses and Get Going on Your Future!

Donald Asher is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker specializing in careers and higher education. He is the author of ten books and a contributing writer to the Wall Street Journal's online editions, CareerJournal.com and CollegeJournal.com. He is the education columnist for MSN Encarta, one of the top worldwide destinations on the Web, and is the career columnist for USAirways Magazine, with 2.7 million readers monthly. He has been a contributing writer to Dow Jones publications such as The National Business Employment Weekly and Managing Your Career magazines, NACE Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, monster.com's college edition, monstertrak.com, award-winning career portals jobstar.org and wetfeet.com, and the Los Angeles Times professional development website. His books are available worldwide in English and in Chinese, Korean and Portuguese translations.

He is known in the United States as America's Job Search Guru and is a consultant to top MBA programs and undergraduate institutions nationwide on hidden-job-market and self-directed-search issues. For over a decade he has served as the keynote speaker for the Career Development Series of national teleconferences sponsored by the University of Tennessee. He presents at over 100 colleges and universities annually. His books of interest include Who Gets Promoted, Who Doesn't, and Why; Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate Program of Your Choice (the best-selling guide to the graduate admissions process); Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent, Self-Directed, Late Blooming, and Just Plain Different; How to Get Any Job with Any Major; Asher's Bible of Executive Resumes; The Overnight Resume; and From College to Career.

Who Gets Promoted has just been named a Top Ten Business Book of the Year by national career columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy

A Conference for College Journalists

The Institute on Political Journalism presents:

“Post Election Reflections: Covering the Campaign of 2010”

When: November 5 & 6, 20010
Where: Washington , D.C.

What: The elections of 2010 will be one of the most pivotal and exciting in decades. The future direction of the Obama Administration, the role and makeup of Congress, and critical policy questions all hang in the balance. What better place than Washington, D.C. for young college journalists to gather and reflect and analyze the results of the elections?

Post Election Reflections: Covering the Campaign of 2010 will feature reporters fresh off the campaign trail, seasoned political pundits and observers, along with veterans of the Washington Press Corps. This interactive conference will explore topics such as:

• Campaign Overview: Winners & losers
• On the Road with the Candidates: Journalists’ tales from the road
• The New Political Landscape: What it all means for the President, Democrats & Republicans
• Campaigns on Campus: How college journalists covered the elections
• Campaign Press Operations: How candidates seek to influence the press
• Press Report Card: How fair and balanced was the press coverage?
• At the Heart of the Matter: From the economy to immigration, the issues that mattered to voters
• Roundtable Discussion: What is the proper role of a journalist?
• Mock Press Conference

Past conference speakers have included:
• Jim VandeHei, Co-Founder, Politico
• Bill Adair, Founder of Politifact.com
• Ms. Jay Newton-Small, Time Magazine
• John Stossel, ABC News & 20/20
• Karen Travers, White House Correspondent, ABC News
• Richard Benedetto, USA Today
• Bruce Becker, Washington Bureau Chief, Fox Business Network

Costs and Registration
The early registration of $90 per person will be available until October 15. After this date, the registration rate will be $115 per person. Hotel accommodations are available for a discounted rate of $139 per night.

For further details on the conference and to complete registration form, please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPJconf.

Questions may be directed to Joe Starrs, Institute on Political Journalism Director, at jstarrs@tfas.org or 1.800.741.6964.