The Tech4Good Lab has a few positions open for undergraduate students from all majors. We are looking for people who are extremely responsible, love learning, and have a strong drive to apply technology for social good. There are a large range of responsibilities we are looking to fill that match a broad range of interests and career goals:
- Needfinding and ideation: interviewing and analysis of interviews to understand nuances of user needs, and to ideate directions for research and products,
- Experience prototyping: early stage prototyping around a product concept, often using existing tools to approximate an experience and testing it with users,
- Interface design: designing, evaluating, and iterating on web interfaces in Figma,
- Web development: coding an app within an Angular/NgRx/Firebase stack,
- Usability and user experience: running usability studies, supporting users, and coding (Angular/NgRx/Firebase) to improve the user experience or to fix bugs,
- Data analytics and visualization: implementing data collection, analytics, and visualization for implementing metrics for research and iteration on products.
You would be contributing to a variety of projects in the lab related to designing systems to better support the future of education, work, and community engagement:
- An app aimed at scaling apprenticeship learning, where people learn web development through micro-roles and help to build websites for nonprofits as they learn,
- An app aimed at microlearning through small groups to create learning environments supporting curiosity, creativity, and relationships,
- An app containing short activities for team/group community building, and also creating "small group networks" that can facilitate interesting collective goals,
- An app aimed at supporting students in exploring potential careers and finding a good match for them.
Joining requires a commitment of 10 hours/week for the quarter for independent study credits. If you are interested, fill out the Tech4Good Lab Interest Form and send an email to David Lee (email@example.com).
Lotus Entertainment, an established Film and TV production company behind movies such as REPLICAS (Keanu Reeves), KIDNAP (Halle Berry), THE GREY (Liam Neeson), Academy Award-nominated THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (Julianne Moore, Annette Bening, Mark Ruffalo) and Z FOR ZACHARIAH (Chris Pine, Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor) is accepting applications for part-time production, sales and development interns. This internship will also cover a Film & TV production venture co-headed by an established and acclaimed feature film director.
JOB SUMMARY -
Work will focus on reading screenplay submissions and writing coverage as well as conducting industry-related research, answering phones, assisting in festival preparation and taking on special creative projects as needed. This is a great opportunity to learn the ins and outs of a film and TV production, financing and international sales company. Interns must have knowledge of and a passion for the film business and its key players. Excellent reading and writing skills are required. Must be organized and able to communicate ideas effectively. We are looking for interns who can commit 2 or 3 days per week and must receive school credit. Laptop is required.
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ETR is currently looking for a student intern in their Digital Product Development Department.
JOB SUMMARY - Collaborates with content writers, editors and other departments such as marketing, sales, product
management, etc. to create, edit and update online content across ETR’s digital properties.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES include the following. Other duties may also be assigned:
- Supports Digital Products team in updating and creation of website content, promotional assets and images.
- Confirms all site changes meet the ADA accessibility of website content and its formats as prescribed by ETR and project standards.
- At the direction of the Web Content Deployment Coordinator, provides technical support for staff project, and external customers including account set up, password changes, basic customer support, and basic user testing.
- Responsible for maintenance on assigned projects including user/account creation, provisioning/permission configuration and generating reports for stakeholders as needed
- Respond in a timely manner (48 hours) to technical assistance requests from staff and customers.
- Creates content for online projects including online learning content.
- Creates, converts, and uploads media for websites including HTML, basic CSS, images and video
- Assists in maintenance of our YouTube channel and Vimeo account
For a full description and list of requirements, plese click HERE.
You will have the opportunity to meet artists, engage with a diverse arts community, and learn the ins and outs of a non-profit; all while building your resume in the heart of Downtown San Jose’s SoFA Arts District.
We cater your internship to your interests and skill sets. Our flexible program offers mentorship in a wide range of gallery operations, including marketing, gallery installation, finance and curatorial administration. Along with your internship, you can expect professional development mentorship and advice that will follow you throughout your professional journey, such as learning resume building skills and receiving cover-letter writing feedback.
Internship Period 1
January – June
Internship Period 2
June – December
Types of Internships (course-credit)
ARTS ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP
Theatre and Training Programs:
Double Edge Theatre is a 36-year old artist owned ensemble theatre founded to research the role of artists’ training in the development of performance creation. Training is the heart and vitality of Double Edge’s creative process. The unique, holistic methodology engages the artists’ full potential – physical, vocal, emotional, and imaginative – to drive individual exploration, ensemble collaboration, and performance creation.
Here is a list of our upcoming training dates for 2019:
• Spring Intensive (March 15-17, 2019)
• Creation Lab which includes participation in the 3 day Spring Intensive (March 15-April 16)
• Summer Intensive (May 31-June 14, 2019)
• Spectacle Immersion which includes participation in the 2-week Summer Intensive (May 31-August 24)
• Fall Immersion (September 15-December 8)
We are proud to offer multiple scholarships for our Training Programs which you can read about here: https://doubleedgetheatre.org/scholarship-funds”
To learn more about our training programs, visit our website: https://doubleedgetheatre.org/training/. Please write to email@example.com or call with any questions about the program: 413.628.0277.
- January 28–February 8, 2019 (Apply by December 14, 2018)
- April 1–12, 2019 (Apply by January 18, 2019)
- July 22–August 2, 2019 (Apply by May 10, 2019)
- October 14–25, 2019 (Apply by August 2, 2019)
During a two-week technology lab, you’ll receive one-on-one code-level guidance on your app from Apple experts and engineers, as well as mentorship, inspiration, and insights from top Apple leaders. Up to three members of your company may attend, but at least one must be a woman developer, and one must be the woman founder, co-founder, or CEO. The third member of your team may be any gender. After the lab concludes, you’ll get ongoing support and become part of a growing community of other exceptional alumni who can help you build your business.
Apple Entrepreneur Camp consists of an immersive technology lab, as well as mentorship, education, and support. Selected organizations receive:
- One-on-one code-level guidance from Apple engineers at a two-week technology lab in Cupertino, California.
- Ongoing support from an Apple Developer representative for at least one year.
- One year of membership in the Apple Developer Program.
- Up to two tickets to WWDC for the woman* founder, co-founder, or CEO and woman developer.
- Access to the Apple Entrepreneur Camp alumni network, a world-class group of inspiring and ambitious senior women leaders.