The African American Museum internship/work-study program is intended for college students who wish to explore the possibilities of a career in museum work. The application process is now open for the 4 work-study opportunities at the Museum in Academic and Public Programs, Marketing and Public Relations, Family and Community Programs or Graphic Design. Students must be eligible for federal work-study to apply. Additional details on the program and the application process can be found at Museum Work-Study. Work-study applications should be addressed to Jennifer Gomez at [email protected]
PRSSA has an exciting event tonight from 6-7pm at Armstrong Commons. The “Etiquette” event will feature a question and answer session with Dr. Kirk and PRSSA executive leaders who will share their tips and experiences with PRSSA members and Armstrong residents. Not only will you get the inside scoop from other students, but there will also be a hot drink bar! What: PRSSA Etiquette Event When: October 24th 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Where: Armstrong Commons
Akola, the caused-based jewelry maker founded by SMU CCPA alum Brittany Merrill Underwood is looking for seasonal store management and sales personnel for their NorthPark Center pop-up store. For more information on each position please go to Akola Project Careers or paste https://akolaproject.org/pages/careers?mc_cid=1596defe5e&mc_eid=d4ce8064cd in your browser.
CCPA London Summer 2019 Abroad Internship Program – Informational Meeting – Tuesday Oct. 16th @ 8:00pm
CCPA Juniors and Seniors, If you would like to apply for the SMU CCPA London Summer 2019 Internship Program with Professor Lynch, please plan to attend an informational session, 8p, Tuesday, Oct. 16, in ULEE 243 For more information about the program, go to, https://studyaway.smu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=1383
PRSA’s Professional-Amateur Day, Friday, October 19, 2018 and is your chance to shadow a PRSA Dallas public relations professional for the morning. Corporate, non-profit and agencies will all be represented and each student will be assigned a professional mentor. Students will shadow their mentor from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., then attend the Pro-Am Day luncheon.