Dallas firm, QMobius is seeking interns to support its team and clients during Fall 2019. QMobius interns are paid $14 per hour. Candidates must have completed their sophomore year of college to qualify. Please send your resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to [email protected]
The City of Dallas/Dallas Love Field will be posting a Public Information Coordinator position from May 12 - 18. The position will work with social media and media relations at Dallas Love Field Airport. The job will be posted on The City of Dallas Job Opportunities website on May 12 and will only be open until May 18. https://dallascityhall.com/departments/humanresources/employment/Pages/default.aspx
“Sometimes in life…” is how CCPA Professor, Dr. Stephanie Martin begins her personal story of a time when she made an important life choice and stuck with it.
SMU Global and Online is looking for assistance with its organic social media activities that would support its new Master of Science in Cybersecurity degree. Intern tasks would include but are not limited to: Finding/developing images and storiesScheduling and posting social content via HootsuiteActively “liking”, “following” and “connecting” with other users to deepen social network relations for cybersecurity This position is estimated to require between 10-15 hours/week to maintain the workload. SMU Global and Online would like to hire someone for a summer internship that is willing to continue as an intern during the school year. However, SMU Global and Online is also accepting applicants who are only available for the entire summer. This is a paid internship ranging from $10-12/hour. For further information, contact [email protected] or [email protected]
To CCPA majors, alumni, and friends, This year, SMU Meadows School of the Arts celebrates the 50th anniversary of its naming. Between now and the SMU Fall Homecoming, the school will focus on the story of Meadows, including features on our remarkable alumni and faculty from the past five decades. The home for these stories is the newly launched http://smu.edu/meadows50. I invite you to visit the site and check out a new video, alumni profiles and more. New stories are being added several times a week, so be sure to visit often and follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Our CCPA Research and Boulevard Consulting students have done much to advance Meadows’ understanding of the student experience. Stay tuned for more updates after our seniors present their latest recommendations to the Dean on May 6. Best wishes for a strong finish to the spring semester, Dr Duhé