NSO Workers Needed

NSO Workers play a key role in welcoming our new students and their families to campus. They are the first CC representatives that students and their families see on move-in day. The job can be physical – unloading suitcases and boxes from vehicles, loading up moving carts, carrying items up stairs, and delivering student belongings…

How to Network Internally and Why It’s Important

Reposted from Vaultby Victorio Duran III | July 06, 2021 When you think of networking, you might envision a room full of people who don’t know each other, making small talk, sipping cocktails, exchanging business cards, hoping to eventually making long-lasting connections. But networking can be much more than that. While networking can occur externally (connecting with…

NPR Fall intern, Full-time

Interns are required to work 40 hrs per week Qualified applicants must be current students or have graduated no more than 12 months prior to the start of the internship. Candidates don’t have to be backseat listeners, but we want folks who share our mission to create and reflect a more informed public. For more details…

Fall internship, Guggenheim

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is currently accepting applications for remote fall 2021 internships in departments across the institution. The fall 2021 Internship Program will begin on Monday, October 4 and end on Friday, December 10. Fall internships require a commitment of 20 hours per week for the full ten weeks, including attendance at Museum Culture…

Fall Intern, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

After more than a year away from the theater, “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” internship program is returning to The Ed Sullivan Theater! Our program provides college juniors, seniors, and recent graduates (up to one year after graduation) the opportunity to understand the production process of an hour-long late night variety show. The internship will be…

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PT Marketing Coordinator, Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (CSPM) is currently hiring a Part-Time Marketing Coordinator to help strengthen the Museum’s marketing and communication functions. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cosprings/jobs/3008830/hourly-museum-marketing-coordinator-pt-administrative-support. You will work in fast-paced, collaborative environment with dedicated staff and volunteers to build public interest, engagement, and investment in CSPM’s mission. Working with CSPM staff and board leadership, you will create…

Communications Student Advisory Council

Students: Provide your perspective and first-person experience to help inform CC’s strategic communications as part of the Communications Student Advisory Council. You’ll work directly with the Office of Communications team to incorporate your student experience into storytelling across all of our communications channels, and will contribute your thoughts on how the institutional efforts of the…

Curatorial Paraprofessional (SW Art)

Full Time, Annual hours: 1950, 12 months/36.5 hrs per weekColorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College Museum Summary Description: Serves as a member of the Curatorial team in the museum, with focus on the Southwest Collection. Supports exhibitions, events, collections work, and the artist in residence program. Participates in the work of planning, organizing,…

How to Market Your Skills and Boost Your Employability

Andrea Culp, Career Center, presents:“How to Market Your Skills and Boost Your Employability” Tuesday, August 10, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) What are the top skills that employers look for in candidates? How can you build and enhance these skills? Most importantly, how do you share these skills with potential employers? Join us to learn how! This…

Competitive Fellowships Information Session

Lisa Schwartz, Student Opportunities and Advising Hub, presents:“Competitive Fellowships” Tuesday, August 3, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Come and learn an broad overview of grants for CC students, opportunities for undergraduates, short-term post-grad fellowships, and graduate school awards — to find opportunities that fit your interests and plans. This workshop is part of the 2021 Summer Student Collaborative Research…

Showcasing Your Research – How to Create an Effective Poster

Dr. Steve Getty, Director Quantitative Reasoning, presents:“Showcasing Your Research – How to Create an Effective Poster” Tuesday, July 27, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) A key outcome of the SCoRe program is a poster showcasing your hard work during parents’ weekend. But what are the key steps in making an effective research poster? This session will help…

Writing Effective Abstracts of Your Research

Dr. Traci Freeman, Director Colket Center, presents:“Writing Effective Abstracts of Your Research” Tuesday, July 20, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Writing an abstract for a research project is a complicated rhetorical task that masquerades as a simple one. How do you transform a lengthy written project or weeks of research into a brief and intelligible synopsis of…

Applying for Fellowships, Scholarships, Grants, & Grad School

 Roy Jo Sartin, Writing Center Specialist, presents:“Applying for Fellowships, Scholarships, Grants, & Grad School” Tuesday, July 13, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Join presenter Roy Jo Sartin, who in the last year helped CC students and alums garner more than half a million dollars in grant and post-graduate funding, to learn the real-world tips and tricks of getting…

Preparing for Graduate and Professional School Exams

Jane Byrnes, Student Opportunities and Advising Hub; Heather Kelley, Career Center; Gretchen Wardell, Career Center; Brianna Walls, Career Center, present:“Preparing for Graduate and Professional School Exams” Tuesday, July 6, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Entrance exams are inevitable. Learn about the exams, when they’re required, strategies about timing and studying, and more! This workshop is part of…

Budgeting

Shannon Amundson, Director Financial Aid, presents:“Budgeting” Tuesday, June 29, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) We will go over actual expenses and income and use a spreadsheet to go over wants and needs and what is possible for you. This is intended to help you not just this summer, but beyond. Come with questions, it is way better…

Student Seed Grant Information Session

Kate Caroll, Creativity and Innovation, presents:“Student Seed Grant” Tuesday, June 22, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Come and learn about Student Seed Innovation Grants (SSIG) of $3,000 – $8,000 that empower students to investigate burning questions and engage in solutions to real-world problems. All enrolled Colorado College students in good standing are eligible to apply. College seniors…

Difficult Conversations with Supervisors

Ellen Steinlein, Human Resources, presents:“Difficult Conversations with Supervisors” Tuesday, June 15, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Have you ever wondered what Human Resources does within a company? Do you know how to have difficult conversations with your supervisor? How do you handle conflict at work? Come and meet Colorado College’s HR department and learn first-hand how to clearly…

Managing Stress and Maintaining Wellness

Dr. Heather Horton, Director Wellness Center, presents: “Managing Stress and Maintaining Wellness”June 8, 202112:00-1:00pm MT (virtual) Stress is a part of life. Navigating the new skills and strategies for researching online and working in a distance format may add to that stress. In this SCoRe session, we’ll dig into some strategies and skills that can…

2021 SCoRe Summer Workshops

2021 Summer Student Collaborative Research (SCoRe) workshops offer the opportunity for you to engage with other CC students participating in summer experiences both on and off campus. All Faculty, Staff, and Students are welcome! Please check out the full schedule and stay up to date on changes on the Workshop Site. RSVP for all events…

OPERATION NEXT: Launching Life Beyond CC

Class of 2021: Congratulations on all of your hard work to achieve your degree and wrap up your time at CC. We are still here to help you as you move toward the next great step for you. Please join us for this summer series to keep you moving forward toward your goals. Each session…

Sophomore Orientation Leader

#4853770 Sophomore Orientation Leader at CC By facilitating structured activities, Sophomore Re-orientation leaders will support a small group of sophomore and transfer students. Activities include facilitating conversations, helping sophomores make connections, and orienting sophomores to campus. Facilitators will uphold the integrity, mission, and values of Colorado College and are responsible for creating welcoming and inclusive spaces for…

Communications Student Advisory Council

#4829452 Communications Student Advisory Council at CC Provide your perspective and first-person experience to help inform CC’s strategic communications as well as direct insights into the gaps in college messaging and institutional campaigns. You’ll work directly with the Office of Communications team to incorporate your student experience into storytelling across all of our communications channels, and will…

Paid Communications Internship

Closes: 5/27/2021 4:00 PM Mountain The City of Colorado Springs is seeking an intern for the Communications Department.Normal work week is Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (with some weekend hours). Hours will be flexible and approximately 15-20 hours per week. Essential Job Functions: Write press releases Assist with website and social media Assist with writing, producing,…

PAID INTERNSHIP + SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE ARTBOUND INITIATIVE PROGRAM

The ArtBound Initiative Creative Diversity Scholarship scheme is designed to help students or recent grads launch their career in the creative industries. The Creative Diversity Scholarship scheme offers you: A Full Scholarship for the ArtBound Initiative internship program which includes personalized coaching, events, networking opportunities and access to an international network of alumni.  A paid…