Monthly Archives: January 2010

Jr. Art Director with Publics & Hal Riney – San Franscico, CA

Headquartered in San Francisco, Publicis & Hal Riney is a full-service advertising agency responsible for some of the most iconic advertising in history.
Our Creative department is a tight knit group of savant misfits. From the daily grind to late night new business pitches, we’re best of friends (even though our love for one another may at times make us crabby and use loud words). Despite being showered with love daily, we currently find ourselves unsatisfied. We need… you. We need a Jr. Art Director.
•Participate in brainstorming, concept development, and design comps
•Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
•Ability to work independently as well as in multiple teams
•Participate in new business pitches
•Successfully communicate visual ideas, design rationale and the specifics of your design solutions internally and to clients
•Ability to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment
•Check and approve all visual materials through all stages of pre-production and production
•An undergraduate degree or equivalent experience in Art Direction
•Know Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design.
•Demonstrates outstanding creative conceptual skills through a portfolio
•Be able to make your ideas look as good as they are conceptually
•Know all media. Interactive and traditional are equally important
To Apply:
Please send a cover letter and portfolio link to:

Spring 2010 Career and Internship Fair!

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Resume Express: Quick resume reviews
1st Floor, Student Commons, Room 143 
Monday, February 1, 2010, 11:00am – 4:00pm 
Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 11:00am – 4:00pm 
Employers will give you their feedback on what makes a strong resume whether you’re attending the career & internship fair or going to an interview. Bring the final draft of your resume to have a quick review by an employer or UCC staff member! *We strongly suggest reading & applying the information in the resume writing guidelines before attending. (
Wednesday, February 3, 10am-3pm 
University Student Commons, 2nd Floor 
Check-in at Commonwealth Ballroom 
Register on the Rams Recruiting Calendar beginning Tuesday, January 19
To see which employers are attending & their opportunities, visit: and click on Registered Employers (near the top). 
Remember to do your research in advance and to come dressed professionally!  Not sure what to say? Practice your one minute speech with our networking guide. Networking Handout.doc

Etiquette Tip of the Week: Waiting Room Shocker

“There is one story that, when I tell it in a university setting, I can see the whites around the eyes of the students.  
A woman approached me after a talk in Oklahoma and said, “I am the receptionist in my office.  The hiring manager has asked me to keep an eye on the job candidates in the waiting room and report back to him which ones are talking on their cell phones, checking messages or texting.  Those are the candidates we do not hire.  
Avoid using your cell phone or text messaging while sitting in the waiting room before an interview or even a sales call (which is in itself, an interview).  Take out a notebook and study your notes (for surely you have done your research on this company — their leadership, mission statement, sales figures, etc.)  Go over the answers to tricky questions in your head.  Even if you usually review notes on your phone or PDA, use something else so you don’t appear to be checking messages.  Leave the impression that you are focused on the business at hand and not distracted by other things in your life.”
The Etiquette Tip of the Week may be forwarded to others who really, really need it, pinned to billboards, taped to the water cooler, blogged, Twittered or used to fill that last little hole in your newsletter.  Giving credit to the Culture and Manners Institute at is the polite thing to do.

Summer Internship Applications due March 1

One of the Best Internships of 2009 as quoted by BusinessWeek

the Arts with a Summer Internship at Wolf Trap

Applications are due March

Internship Program provides project-based
and experience to approximately 40 interns annually. 

Interns become integral members of the staff working side-by-side with
professionals producing, promoting, and administering

all aspects of the performing

Internships are offered in the following departments:

Series of Intern Photos

Communications and Marketing

Multimedia, Web Communications, Graphic Design, Marketing, Advertising
Sales/Group Sales, Publications, Public Relations,


Planning and Initiatives

Management/Foundation Relations, Major Gifts, Annual Fund, and Special

Program and Production


Wolf Trap Opera Company

Directing, Administrative, Stage Management,
Technical Theater,
Scenic/Prop Painting, and Costuming

Ticket Services


internships are paid, full time (40-plus hours per week), and 12 weeks in
duration. Housing is the responsibility 

of the student, although guidance in
this matter is available. Wolf Trap Interns are required to have a reliable mode

transportation as the Wolf Trap Foundation is not accessible by public

Diversity Initiatives:

Wolf Trap offers a diversity component
designed to provide qualified African-American and Hispanic/Latino students with
a high-quality intern

experience in arts administration. Participants in the
diversity component receive free transportation and housing in metropolitan
Washington, DC for the duration of their


Application deadline
for Summer 2010 internships is March 1.

Learn more about Wolf Trap Internships

ATTENTION Fashion Merchandising Graduates!!!!! * This position is now closed*

Gap, Inc. is NOW accepting applications for its Retail Management program!!! Anyone graduating with a 3.0 GPA or above should apply.

After successfully completing the program’s training and functional rotations, participants will have an opportunity to work full time in one of the following jobs in our Bay Area offices: Assistant Merchandiser, Inventory Planning Analyst or Assistant Production Manager.


For more information, please visit:


Chuck Webster – Artist lecture – Thursday, January 28, 3pm . “Fishbowl” rm 301 Fine Arts Bldg., 1000 W. Broad St. 
Chuck Webster’s exhibition record includes solo exhibits at ZieherSmith NY,NY and Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provinceton, MA.  Group exhibitions include The San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA and  P.S. 1 Contemporary NY, NY.
For more information please visit:

SnagAJob is hiring for a graphic artist – Glen Allen, VA

With more than 19 million registered job seekers and 100k+
active job postings, is the nation’s number one source for hourly
employment. Each and every day we strive to achieve our mission – to help
people find the right-fit positions so that they can maximize their potential
and lead more fulfilling lives.
Job Information:

Anticipated Start Date
Feb 1, 2010

Anticipated End Date
June 30, 2010

Number of openings
Job Classification (full-time, part-time, summer, etc)
Part-Time (20hrs per week)

Job description is seeking an outgoing and talented design intern to work with
the in-house User Experience Team. This position will work closely with
designers and developers to create projects for both web and print media. The
daily tasks may include everything from creating elements that will be used on
the SAJ site (banners, graphics, etc.) to designing and producing print pieces
to support our Sales and Marketing teams.


Flexible (20hrs/week). Office hours are 8:30 – 5:30.

Candidate must have working knowledge of Adobe products. Especially
Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. HTML/Dreamweaver and Flash skills are nice
but not required. Basic knowledge of Office also required (Word/PPT).


To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, and work
samples to
Chip Trout, Director of Web Experience (VCU  Alumnus of ’93) to