Student Jobs and Internships
EOP Transitional Programs- Bridge Mentor and Office Assistant Positions - Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2019
EOP Transitional Programs is looking for mature and enthusiastic CSUN students to assist us in providing leadership and guidance for first time EOP freshmen. Positions available include Mentors and Office Assistants for our Residential Bridge, Commuter Bridge, and FreshStart Programs.
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Deadline: Friday, April 19, 2019
Step 1. Click on the link to view .pdf application
Step 2. Complete and Save the application to your computer
Step 3. E-mail complete application, resume and letter of recommendation to or print and drop off at the EOP office located in University Hall 205
2019 Job Descriptions:
Residential Bridge (.pdf)
Bridge Mentor Application (.pdf)
GETTY MARROW UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER INTERNSHIP - Chinese American Museum - Deadline to apply: Monday, April 29, 2019
Duration: June 17, 2019 to August 23, 2019 (10 consecutive weeks)
Hours per week: 40 hours (8 hours per day)
Stipend: $5,700 for a ten-week period
Deadline to apply: Monday, April 29, 2019
Candidates considering a career in museums are strongly encouraged to apply, but candidates from all areas of undergraduate study are welcome. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, research skills, and computer literacy are strongly desired.
Per the eligibility requirements of the Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship (MUI) Summer Program, applicants must: Be of a group underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, including, but not limited to, individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander descent; Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. Students must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college by June 2019.
Students graduating in May or June 2019 are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.) Reside or attend college in Los Angeles County; and
Be a United States citizen or permanent resident
COLLECTIONS AND EXHIBITIONS INTERN
The Collections and Exhibitions Intern will work closely with the Exhibitions Coordinator and Collections Manager to assist with research, object-handling, and exhibition development. Under the supervision of the Exhibitions
Coordinator and Collections Manager, the intern will: 1) learn proper art and artifact collection handling practices; 2) assist in object research and digitization; 3) assist with exhibition coordination, loan processing, and exhibition checklists; and 4) be introduced to organizing and developing exhibitions. Finally, the intern will provide support to various inter-departmental projects and activities to deepen their understanding, experience and knowledge of day-to-day museum operations at CAM.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for the Collections/Exhibitions Internship, please email your complete application to Kimberly Zarate at , with subject heading “Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship” and include the following as one PDF:
- Current resume;
- Cover letter describing your interest in the internship; and
- Two (2) letters of recommendation.
If your recommenders would like to send letters directly, please have them emailed to no later than Monday, April 29, 2019.
All cover letters and resumes must be submitted electronically as one PDF document. Incomplete applications (including missing letters of recommendation) will not be reviewed. If you are interested in applying for both internships, you must submit separate applications following the instructions for each listing. Please no phone calls or in-person inquiries.
Before you apply, learn about CAM’s mission and history at camla.org!
Deadline to apply: 04/29/2019
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Japanese American National Museum 2019 Getty Marrow Undergraduate Summer Internships - Deadline: Friday, May 3, 2019 - 5:00pm
Criteria for Intern Candidates: The internship opportunities are intended for members of groups underrepresented in professions related to museums and the visual arts, including but not limited to individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander descent. Intern candidates can be sought from all areas of undergraduate study and are not required to have demonstrated a previous commitment to the visual arts. In addition, each intern must meet the following eligibility criteria: (1) currently enrolled undergraduate and have completed at least one semester of college by June 2019; and (2) must be a resident of or attend college in Los Angeles County; and (3) be eligible to be legally employed in the US.
Please note that students who have previously served as Getty Marrow Multicultural Undergraduate summer interns at the Japanese American National Museum are not eligible for consideration. Students enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible. Finally, staff members and relatives of staff or board members are not eligible.
Intern Stipend: $5700 gross for Full-Time (40 hours/week), consecutive 10-week internship.
Dates of Internship: June 11 – August 17, 2019. Will require some evening & weekend hours.. Regular workweek is Tuesday – Saturday; occasional Mondays at the Getty or Learning Hubs will be required.
The mission of the Japanese American National Museum it to promote understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. The Japanese American National Museum is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to sharing the experience of Americans of Japanese ancestry. The National Museum has the following (2) Getty Marrow Undergraduate Summer Internship vacancies for 2019:
The Collections Management & Access (CMA) internship is intended to provide a student with the opportunity to engage in the processes that are essential to developing and maintaining the permanent collection within the Japanese American National Museum. In order to understand the work that is required in Collections, the CMA intern will see several newly received artifact collections through the accessioning, cataloging, rehousing, and curatorial processes required to document it and make it accessible to the public.
The Sakamoto-Sasano family’s collection will be one of the main collections that the intern will process. This collection chronicles the experiences of the Sasano family through their wartime and postwar situation, highlighting personal experiences of Taye, Frances, and Louise—the three female members of the Sasano family.
The three dimensional artifacts, photographs, and ephemera from these collections, along with existing materials in the collection will help to inform a research project into the wartime incarceration and postwar resettlement of Japanese American families from Southern California. Once research has been compiled, it should be presented in a way that is accessible to the public. The CMA intern can determine if an interactive map, online exhibition, or short documentary would be an effective way to share information gathered with a broad audience. Over the course of the internship, the CMA intern should strive towards developing a final product, perhaps developing one of the suggestions mentioned above, as a final capstone.
Collections Intern Requirements: Competency in digitization/digital asset management, including scanning, photography, editing photographs in Adobe Photoshop is desired. Experience handling, cataloging, and rehousing archival and 3D artifacts is preferred, but not required. Familiarity with TMS or a collections management database is ideal, but not essential. Strong research and written communication skills are critical. Attention to detail and strong organizational skills are also essential.
Curatorial and Visitor Engagement Intern:
The Curatorial and Visitor Engagement (CVE) Intern will work closely with the Vice President of Exhibitions and Art Director. The CVE intern will support the upcoming exhibition Citizen USA, A Young Persons Perspective of the Camp Experience. In 1942, a young Charles Ferguson had graduated from UCLA. He was dismayed with the idea that Japanese Americans were being incarcerated and decided to see what he could do to support those people being incarcerated. He applied for a job with the WRA and became the Director of Adult Education at Manzanar. Citizen USA is a children's book Mr. Ferguson wrote while working in Manzanar. It traces the experiences of a fictional character, Jane Sato, through the ups and downs of being young person in a concentration camp. The CVE intern will work with the project team to complete subject research, create a finding aid for the Ferguson collection, develop visitor engagement activities for the gallery, and assist with the design and implementation of this exhibition scheduled to open in August 2019.
The Intern will receive hands-on training from the Art Director, Graphic Designer, and volunteer trainers. In addition, the museum's volunteer docents will introduce the Intern to the history and work culture of JANM as well as the history of Americans of Japaneseancestry. Training and assigned work will progress over 10 consecutive weeks, culminating in the presentation of completed work to project staff during the final week. The Intern's work-space will be in the Exhibitions/Production area. S/he will also work outside of the office on various aspects of the production projects.
Curatorial Intern Requirements: Strong research and written communication skills are essential. Strong attention to detail and highly organized. Strong design skills in Adobe Creative Suite (Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator). Experience with graphic design and typography. Experience with gallery installations desired but not required. Interest in learning about working as an arts professional in a nonprofit.
DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR INTERNSHIPS: 5:00pm, Friday, May 3, 2019.
To apply submit your cover letter, employment application form, resume, 2 letters of recommendation. Candidates selected for interview will also need to provide 1 copy of an official undergraduate transcript(s). Transcripts must record at least one semester of college after high school.
Application forms are available at http://www.janm..org/jobs/
Mail to: Japanese American National Museum
Attn: Human Resources
Re: Getty Summer Internship (Specify Internship Opportunity)
100 N. Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Fax to: 213-830-5673
E-mail (word.doc format or pdf files) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finalists will be contacted for interviews approximately one week after the application deadline.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
Japanese American National Museum
100 N. Central Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
EOP/TRIO Student Support Services Program - Peer Advisor Mentor - Deadline: May 31, 2019
The TRIO Student Support Services Program is currently accepting applications for Peer Advisor/Mentors for 2019-2020.
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Completed applications are due by May 31, 2019
College of Science and Math Student Services Center/EOP - Student Assistant
Under immediate supervision, Office Aide I provides routine office support to the CSM SSC/EOP Staff. Office Aide I receives visitors and schedules appointments. Light typing. Files, faxes, copies, and collates materials. Answers incoming inquiries and makes referrals to departments and programs. Assists with data entry. Must maintain good attendance and must be punctual. Performs other duties as assigned.
Ability to work well under pressure in a high volume environment. Must have excellent people skills and excellent communication skills. Ability to work with a diverse student population. Experience with MS Word and Excel preferred.
10-20 hours a week, AM and/or PM hours.
To submit application please email it to: email@example.com or turn it in at Eucalyptus Hall 2126.
CSUN Athletics Student Job Opportunities - Several deadlines available
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