Monthly Archives: April 2013
Agency with offices in SF and Boston is looking for art and copy interns and/or juniors. If you want to be considered, see Vince, Ellen or Mark.
For times when your iPhone camera just won’t do, AAU ADV now has 2 (count ’em, 2!) Canon 5D cameras for checkout. Whether for a class project or simply because you need a new Facebook profile picture, these cameras are ready and waiting for you.
Drop by the Reception Desk on the 3rd floor of 410 Bush for checkouts or questions.
With great excitement and enthusiasm, ADV congratulates Insight & Execute (Tim O’Connell, Tim Murakami, Rahul Sawant, and Dudley Duberry) on their victory in the Young Glory March Brief, “The War on Drugs.” The team took Silver and won the single award granted for the brief.
A HUGE congratulations to the following One Show 2013 Young Ones Finalists:
Nils Westgardh & Herman Vieweg, Re:Fund – Integrated Branding Campaign
Khoi Tran & Reed Hoffman, Vacation for Education – Integrated Branding Campaign
Nils Westgardh & Herman Vieweg, Re: Fund – Online Ad (Campaign)
AD Kang, Pencils of Promise Logo – Corporate Identity Campaign
Khoi Tran & Reed Hoffman, Vacation for Education – Non-Traditional Advertising (Campaign)
Hey MFA Students! Summer is right around the corner! Have you registerred for your claseses yet?
That’s what I figured.
REGISTER FOR SUMMER & FALL CLASSES THIS THURSDAY! On 4/17 from 12:00-4:00pm, several grad advisors will be here (!) at 410 Bush in Room 280 to help you!
So now that you know, go get your summer registration on!
Community Relations Division
Summer Internship Program 2013
The Community Relations Division at the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is now accepting applications for 2013 Summer Interns!
Interns will have the opportunity to work in San Francisco’s historic and dynamic City Hall, gain valuable experience in local government, showcase and tune her/his professional skills, build resume and community networks, add to professional portfolios, attain class credit, while having fun.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who is eligible?
Anyone who is:
- 18 years old or older
- Available for at least 10 hours of work per week
- Enrolled in secondary education or job training program
- Will provide own transportation
- Will provide own computer/software
- Self motivated
- Demonstrated interest in public relations, marketing, journalism, social media, computer programming, design, film/video, research, local government, new media, or technology
How do I apply?
To apply, send resume and cover letter explaining your interests to:
Kevin L. Easton
Coordinator, Community Relations
Office of City Attorney Dennis J. Herrera
City Hall, Room 234
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
When is the application deadline?
Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m., Monday, May 6, 2013. Positions open until filled.
What is application process?
Upon review of the applicant’s resume and cover letter, candidates will be contacted via email to participate in an interview. Selected candidates will be notified of his/her acceptance shortly after the interview and no later than May 20, 2013.
What kinds of projects do Community Relations Division Interns work on?
Community Relations Interns work on a wide variety of projects. Each intern will be matched up with projects that best fit with her/his interest, skill, talents and experience level. This summer’s interns will be working on projects related to: public relations, marketing, journalism, social media, research, design, film/video, local government, new media, and/or technology.
Do I get paid?
No. Community Relations Internships are unpaid.
When do internships start and end?
Summer interns must attend a mandatory training/orientation on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. which begins the internship. Each intern will work out a schedule based on his/her summer schedule. Internships should last 10 to 12 weeks.
What are the minimum requirements?
At least ten hours per week for ten weeks.