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The Employer Relations Committee through the Career Services Association of CUNY is pleased to announce our Recruit and Learn @CUNY Series: Media Professionals Panel. The program is sponsored by COOP, who work to overcome underemployment by investing in and preparing diverse, low-income, and first-generation college graduates from CUNY and other urban public colleges.
Join us to learn and hear about exciting new employment trends and meet with colleagues, recruiters and industry professionals in digital media!
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 | 3pm-5pm
Macaulay Honors College | Lecture Hall
35 W 67th Street, New York NY 10023
Zina Richardson, University Director for Career Services & Professional Development
Panel Intro & Industry Trends:
Monica Guzman, People Operations Manager, COOP
- Darren Sadaphal, Digital Marketing Program Manager, COOP. Previously Account Specialist at Microsoft [CUNY/Brooklyn College]
- Chykee Ward, Data Program Manager, COOP. Previously a Planner at Zenith Media [Colby College]
- Lucy Pichardo, Media Manager, Search, 360i [CUNY/City College]
- India Ruiz-Camacho, Senior Media Manager, 360i [CUNY/City College]
- Mariko Kunitomo, Talent Acquisition Manager, Group M [NYU]
- Carl Campos, Social Media Specialist, Havas [CUNY/Baruch College]
- Kedwein Valdez, SEM Account Manager, 3Q [Fordham University]
This 6 week Leadership Course will aim to familiarize participants with the Leadership Challenge, build confident leaders, and develop leadership skills. Each class will consist of a brief discussion, activity, and work in small groups, with some out of class reading and handouts to review. Participants will be encouraged to relate the material discussed to situations in their personal, professional or academic lives.
The course will be led by Chris Daversa, Associate Director of Student Development. The course does not bear academic credit.
35 W 67th Street
(February 14, 21, 28, March 14, 21, 28)
Program cost is $15. The registration cost will reserve your space in the course and cover the cost of materials including a copy of “The Leadership Challenge” by Kouzes and Posner. Only open to Macaulay students.
Registration closes February 9th. Space is limited to 12 participants. Participants will be chosen based on their responses below, and acceptances into the program will be sent via email by February 11th.
**Time subject to change based on applicants responses below
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Opportunities Fund – Funded by The New York Community Trust
(Established in Community Funds by the co-founder of The Reader’s Digest Association)
ELIGIBILITY & APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
- Generally, Macaulay Scholars applying for this funding must have a family income of $75,000 or less. (Macaulay Honors College will obtain this information from the FAFSA each Macaulay Scholar has already filed.)
- Macaulay Scholars whose family income exceeds $75,000 may be eligible for the New York Community Trust Grant if they can demonstrate that their families have “extraordinary financial responsibilities.” Students applying under this exception must attach an explanation and appropriate supporting documentation to their application.
- Macaulay Scholars must be NYC Residents to apply for this fund.
- Recipients of the New York Community Trust Grant may be asked to complete a brief online survey after completing their internship experience. This survey is administered by the New York Community Trust. The Trust may also ask recipients to provide a brief written or verbal narrative concerning their internship experience.
- To apply for the New York Community Trust Grant, Macaulay Scholars must complete the application below. A statement of justification AND an updated transcript (unofficial is acceptable) MUST accompany the application. Candidates must currently be in good academic standing.
- Macaulay Scholars who receive the New York Community Trust Grant are NOT permitted to receive other sources of funding for their internship.
- Priority will be given to internship positions that meet the following areas: (1) sciences, (2) government, policy and law, (3) social work/psychology. Consideration will also be given to internships outside of these areas as well as support for students participating in the New Media Lab at Macaulay.