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Internship: The Municipal Art Society of New York

Intern, Planning and Preservation For nearly 125 years, The Municipal Art Society of New York has worked to educate and inspire New Yorkers to engage in the betterment of our city. As a non-profit advocacy organization, MAS mobilizes diverse allies to focus on issues that

Language and Social Justice Talks: Yumi Matsumoto

Join the  Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA TESOL) Program at The New School for the first in a series of public talks designed to provide a space for open dialogue, and examine the relationship between language, identity, and social justice. The New School

Newport Beach Film Festival Student Submissions

Dear Student Filmmakers, The 2018 Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) is now open for film submissions! They are looking to help students promote their vision and creativity within the industry. The Festival (April 26th – May 3rd, 2018) is providing students with a special discounted $20.00 submission fee and

Documentary Film Outreach Intern Needed

Are you interested in learning how documentary film moves from the screen to creating change in the real world? Come learn about impact producing! The film, COMPLICIT, about factory workers poisoned in the Chinese supply chains of big electronics brands (Apple, Samsung, etc.), premiered at the Human

Integrative PhD – Johanna Drucker Lecture and Workshop | September 20

VISUALIZATION AND KNOWLEDGE: MODELLING, DISCOVERY, DISPLAY Public Lecture Wed. September 20 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM 63 5th Ave, UL 105 The relationship between knowledge and visual forms has changed as tools and platforms used for data display, discovery, and modeling have become ubiquitous. These practices raise basic questions

The World Curling Federation – Sports Media Trainee Program

The World Curling Federation is offering its Sports Media Trainee Programme for another year: Full time students, from around the world, are invited to submit entries for our development programme, that immerses aspiring journalists and photographers in the heart of elite, international competition. In season 2017-2018, the

Volunteer @ NYC TV WEEK

NYC Television Week is looking for student volunteers to assist onsite! This will be a great opportunity to hear the top industry executives speak and discuss industry trends. If you volunteer for a full day, you will be given a complimentary pass to attend one

Coca Cola/Regal Film Festival – Info Webinars

In case you missed this week’s presentation about the Coca Cola/ Regal Film Festival, sign up for their info-session Webinars, where you can find out about festival rules, the Coca Cola/Regal brands,  and about how you can win $15,000 to produce a commercial! Ithaca: 9/14 at 1:15

Impact Entrepreneurship – RSVP!

RSVP now for Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs and for the Venture Lab Info Session: Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs- October 2 In conjunction with the launch of The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), The New School is

Katra Film Series 2018 – SUBMIT NOW!

2018 FALL REGULAR SUBMISSION DEADLINE ONLY DAYS AWAY! Filmmakers and Web-Content Creators, do you have a Feature, Short Film, Web-Series, Documentary, Student Film, Music Video you’d like to submit? Visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! SUBMIT HERE KATRA Film Series is an international film festival spotlighting new talent in the capital

Project Assistant needed

Project Assistant needed for SMS online journal Immediacy (upto 10 hrs/wk @ $ 15.00 an hr for 30 weeks) Duties: Work on all aspects of a new issue of the journal, from start to completion (see Skills needed: excellent research and writing skills; knowledge of WordPress; website

ULC Excel Workshop, Thursday Sept. 14th at 6pm

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, On Thursday September 14th from 6pm-7:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering the workshop Excel at Excel for students, where we will go through basic functions and operations of the Excel program.  Students are encouraged to bring their laptops with Excel installed.

New Challenge Launch Event TOMORROW

New Challenge: Take Your Ideas for Social Impact to the Next Level   Launch Event: Tuesday, October 27 from 5 to 8 p.m. Theresa Lang Center, 2nd Floor, 55 W. 13th Street Panelists: Jordyn Lexton, Founder, Drive Change (former New Challenge winner) Nicole Messier, Founder, blink blink (former New Challenge

PhotoEx Symposium Nov 1st

The PhotoEx Symposium is a one-day free event that will present innovative documentary storytelling and emerging ideas in digital media and journalism on social justice issues. Presentations and panel discussions will feature leading media-makers, designers, and photographers such as Andrew Beck Grace (After the Storm),

Communications Week 2015

The theme Communications Week 2015 is ‘Innovation in Communications’, which will be explored through a series of inspirational and informational panels and webinars. Tuesday’s Kick-Off Breakfast Sessions (free) will focus on innovative new communications trends. They include: One-on-one with Cathy Baron Tamraz, CEO and Chairman of Business Wire

New Workshop 10.21.15 “Citing 101: Avoiding Plagiarism”

The University Learning Center is offering a workshop for all New School students, entitled “Citing 101: Avoiding Plagiarism.” The workshop will focus on how to credit sources by using quotes and paraphrases correctly. This workshop, presented by Jeannie Kahaney and Jaclyn Lovell. Please RSVP at, as space is limited. On

Need help managing your time? Take a workshop.

On Friday, October 16th at 12pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Time Management, with a special emphasis on the writing process. This workshop will be held in the 79 Fifth Avenue, Room 1816 and available for live stream for those that cannot attend in person.

Impugning Impunity Film Festival – October 26 – October 28, 2015

The Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA)’s human rights documentary film festival Impugning Impunity is here! Now in it’s fifth year, the festival features 21 films from 12 countries which tackle themes from incarceration to human migration, from historical memory to social change. These documentaries are relevant, inspiring,

Media Studies Undergraduate Info Session 10/16

Media Studies Undergraduate Info Session  Friday, October 16 from 5-7p.m. SMS Loft Space, 16th Floor, 79 5th Avenue Designed for students enrolled in the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students, the major in Media Studies offers concentrations in Cinema Studies, Film Production, Media Entrepreneurship, Media and Social

International Field Program: Country Meetings

If you missed the 2016 IFP Roll-Out or you want to review the information shared from each faculty coordinator, you can find the full presentation here.   The IFP Country Meetings begin TODAY and continue through Wednesday. These meetings are a great way to find out more information about each 2016 site and to speak directly

Job Opportunity: The Majority Report

To Apply Both Positions start within the next three weeks About The Majority Report The Majority Report is a smart, political interview and talk show hosted by Sam Seder. This daily podcast features long form interviews of authors, economists, journalists, activists and politicians. If

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Vision Network Inc. is Seeking a Social Media Intern

They are an Online Broadcasting Television Network that owns and operates streaming stations that focus on entertainment, news, and shopping.  Vision Network was established in 2015 by leaders in the entertainment industry.  The company’s founder and CEO, Elchin Sultan, has worked in television for over

The Cinema of Venezuela 1995-2015 – Monday, October 5 at 6pm

Monday, October 5 at 6pm The Cinema of Venezuela 1995-2015 | El cine que hemos hecho en estos años. 1995-2015 Presenter: Haydeé Chavero González (Chair, Cinema and Communications Department, Universidad Central de Venezuela) A screening of Venezuelan short films expanding the last two decades, followed