From Professor Bernadette Atuahene
Documentary film organization seeking a student intern
We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated student intern with strong writing, research and interpersonal skills. Intern candidate must be able to multi-task and work with minimal supervision. The intern's primary responsibility and duty will be focused on developing a presence for the documentary film in social networking forums, i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Delicious, MySpace, etc.
Substantial experience with social networking is required; experience with filmmaking and/or fundraising is a plus. Intern must be a work-study student and available to start working by March 22.
Are you interested in?
- working on an evocative documentary film project
- enhancing your marketing and social networking skills
- learning about post-Apartheid effects in South Africa
- gaining experience with a nonprofit organization
If you answered "YES" to any of the above, this position is for you!
Documentaries to Inspire Social Change (DISC) is a nonprofit organization co-founded by Chicago-Kent law professor Bernadette Atuahene. DISC's first film, Sifuna Okwethu, will be an evocative story about land theft in South Africa. A sneak peek of the film can be viewed at www.discwebsite.org.
Interested students should e-mail their resumes and interest letters to Professor Atuahene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DISC's mission is to educate people through documentary film and accompanying curricula about the land dispossessions in South Africa.
From Professor Harold Krent
Seeking research assistant for a project exploring the role of private parties in public governance
Professor Harold Krent is interested in hiring a research assistant to work on a project exploring the role of private parties in public governance. Eligibility for work study preferred. If you are interested, please submit a CV to his assistant, Ms. Tasha Kincade, at email@example.com.
From Professor Chris Seaman
Seeking part-time research assistant this summer for intellectual property project(s)
Professor Chris Seaman is seeking a part-time summer research assistant to help with legal and empirical research for an intellectual property paper. Expected workload will be 10 to 20 hours/week starting in May. Applicants should have a strong background in IP; knowledge of statistics is helpful but not required. Please send resume and transcript by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 12. Please also indicate work-study eligibility in your submission.