Volume 36, Number 12
March 29, 2021
Here is the latest news from the Department of Communication.
REGISTRATION JUST AROUND THE CORNER
A reminder that registration for the summer and fall semester is coming up next week. Registration begins with graduate students next Monday, April 5 and then continues with seniors on April 6. For a schedule of when you can register, go to this URL: http://louisville.edu/registrar/registration/registration-specific/specific-registration-information/#sum-fall
A schedule of classes for the summer and fall semesters is available here: https://htmlaccess.louisville.edu/classSchedule/setupSearchClassSchedule.cfm?error=1).
MEGA CAREER WEEK AND THE SPRING CAREER FAIR
Get ready for the big, upcoming spring ACC/SEC Career Fair! This is Mega Career Week and the University Career Center has a variety of virtual events to set you up for success. Events include resume review, virtual job interviewing, a student panel discussing participation in career fairs, and more
For more information on Mega Career Week and to register for events, go to this link: http://louisville.edu/career/career-fairs/mega-career-week
And don’t forget, the big ACC/SEC Career Fair is next week on April 6, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. More than 140 employers will be involved. All UofL students and alumni can register on CareerEco and schedule chat times with recruiters. Go to this link to see a list of employers, to register, and to schedule meetings with employers: https://careereco.com/Events/SECACC
FULL TIME AND PART TIME JOB LISTINGS
Kentuckiana Works is teaming with Greater Louisville Inc. to post a growing listing of job opportunities in the metro area. Whether you are looking for part-time work to help pay for school or an entry-level position, many employers are now actively looking for assistance. Positions range from technology and health care to food service, grocery, delivery, warehouse, and more.
Check out the listings daily since new positions are continually being added. You can find the Kentuckiana Works/GLI job board at: https://www.kentuckianaworks.org/jobs
SPORTS VIDEO PRODUCTION OPPORTUNITY
The Louisville Bats marketing department is looking for a video intern for this season. Baseball season is starting soon so if you are interested, check out this position description and get your application submitted ASAP: https://www.teamworkonline.com/baseball-jobs/internationalleague/louisville-bats/video-production-intern-1979103
FINANCIAL SERVICES INTERNSHIPS
The Northwestern Mutual office in the Hurstbourne area is looking now for students for their nationally-recognized 10-week long internship program. Interns will learn to run their own client meetings, earn investment licenses, and receive professional coaching/mentoring. Find out more at: http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=3135
BEST PRACTICES FOR ONLINE COURSES
Get some guidance on the best ways to interact with your professor and other students in online courses. Check out this resource guide that one institution put together with a set of helpful recommendations: https://www.rasmussen.edu/student-experience/college-life/netiquette-guidelines-every-online-student-needs-to-know/
COMM PROFESSOR SHOWING LATEST WORK
Our own Professor Remington Smith is working with PBS Reel South to promote his latest short documentary, “In These Times.” This documentary focuses on life amidst the pandemic and the Breonna Taylor protests. You can read more about the documentary at this link (https://www.reelsouth.org/stories/these-times-remington-smith-reminds-us-justice-do-list-we-still-must-conquer) and to watch Professor Smith’s work, go to this link (https://vimeo.com/527263064).
CONVERSATION ABOUT RACIAL JUSTICE
The Employee Success Center and Office for Diversity and Equity are partnering to build conversations about racial justice, mentoring, West Louisville, and music through the documentary River City Drumbeat. You can get a free special access link to view the film, and then attend a special event hosted by President Bendapudi on March 31 at 3 pm to talk with producer Owsley Brown, directors Anne Flatte and Marlon Johnson, founder Ed White, and Executive Director Albert Shumake (Ed and Albert are both featured in the film).
Read more about the film here (https://www.rivercitydrumbeatmovie.com), and to view the film as well as register for the March 31 event, go to this link (https://louisville.edu/employeesuccess/esnews/employee-success-special-event-river-city-drumbeat?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=UL%20Today%20%20Monday%20March%2015%202021&utm_content=UL%20Today%20%20Monday%20March%2015%202021+CID_d5140a5f9be376775a99daf84d7e645c&utm_source=UofL%20Today%20News%20Email&utm_term=webpage).
MORE INTERNSHIP AND PART TIME OPPORTUNITIES
Here are some opportunities on UofL’s Handshake career management platform including some on-campus positions. You can view these positions by clicking on the corresponding links. To apply, log into the system using your UofL user ID and password.
Student Assistant at Ekstrom Library: https://louisville.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4526576/share_preview
Stacks Maintenance Student Assistant at University Libraries: https://louisville.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4524848/share_preview
AP Summer Institute General Student Assistant at Office of Admissions: https://louisville.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4527949/share_preview
AP Summer Institute Student Lab Assistant at Office of Admissions: https://louisville.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4527980/share_preview
Summer 2021 Philanthropy Intern at Heuser Hearing Institute (Remote/Louisville; Unpaid): https://louisville.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4555517/share_preview