Graphic Design Student Associate Position – USC Career Center

Have Work-Study? Work For Us!

Title: Graphic Design Student Associate
Department: USC Career Center
Location: Student Union, Room 110
Employment Type: Part-Time, Work-study
Time Commitment: minimum of 8 hours per week (10 hours/week maximum) between the hours of 8:30am-5:00pm,
Monday-Friday
Salary: $10/hour

Description: The USC Career Center Marketing and Events department is seeking a talented and organized Graphic Design
Student Assistant to join its team. The Graphic Design Student Assistant will:

  • Create promotional materials for various Career Center events and services
  • Design programs, brochures, certificates, posters, flyers, etc.
  • Design and proof artwork, display materials, and copy layouts
  • Assist with logo modification and design
  • Design merchandise logos/artwork
  • Provide Front-end design of website pages, banners, etc.
  • Help with miscellaneous Career Center needs including:
    • Assisting Career Center customers (students, parents, alumni, and recruiters) with career related and on campus recruitment related questions
    • General office/front desk work, including answering phones, filing, mail sorting, copy, running errands on campus
    • Learn how to use connectSC, our premier jobs and internships portal
  • Assist with other projects as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student at USC with Work-Study award
  • Excellent customer service skills, highly motivated, reliable, and hard working with a great attitude
  • Interest in or experience with graphic design, website design, etc.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Creative self-starter who also takes direction well
  • Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Knowledge of HTML/CSS a plus but not required
  • Basic animation and video compositing experience a plus but not required

Apply: Email application packet consisting of your resume, 3 samples of your design work, 2014-2015 work-study allotment, and days and hours available to work (must be available to work between 8-10 hours/week) to Erin Jebavy at erinwill@usc.edu. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Application Deadline: August 25, 2014

For more information on the Career Center: http://careers.usc.edu%5D

Open Student Intern Position (PAID) – Office of Advancement, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Open Student Intern Position (PAID) – Office of Advancement, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Join the Major Gifts Team of the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. You will be supporting the team by creating academic and community research profiles crucial to developing new funding opportunities for programs, aid packages, and facilities that benefit students, faculty, alumni, and friends of Dornsife. You will work within one of the focus areas: Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Science, or Community (groups with constituencies beyond Dornsife). You will also have the opportunity to experience advancement activities at a major private research university. In addition to working with our major gifts team, you will be working with other student interns on a variety of projects. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, just across the street from the L.A. Public Library, and is easily accessible by the DASH transit system.

Major academic institutions and nonprofits worldwide use development research to fuel their fundraising. The research and fundraising experience gained with Dornsife can lead to jobs in the nonprofit and educational spheres. And those skills can also be applied to jobs in today’s information-driven business market.

Interns are paid hourly. Work hours are flexible, but students should be available for approximately ten (10) hours per week for spring 2014; and at least twenty (20) hours per week in summer 2014.

Qualifications:
Research experience using databases (financial, biographical, and philanthropic) in addition to special proficiency in internal Internet tools; detail-oriented with impeccable organizational skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to take initiative and work independently; and takes direction well. Previous work experience in an office setting or having performing administrative duties are a plus. Graduate students preferred, however, all applicants are considered. Bi-lingual a plus.

Theatre in America – fun 2 unit elective for Fall 2014

THEATRE IN AMERICA: THTR 295 – FALL 2014

Gain an understanding of how live theatre is created and relates to its audience. Attend award winning productions:

WE WILL ROCK YOU

JERSEY BOYS

HEARTBEAT OF HOME

KINKY BOOTS

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW

PIPPIN

COURSE: THTR 295 -62840R (2.0 units)

MEETING DATES/TIME: 2:00 p.m., Mondays

And productions on Fridays at 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION: KAP 165

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Frank Catalano served as an executive at Warner Bros, Lorimar Studios and Beverly Hills Playhouse. He has written and performed in animated, live action television series and feature films including, The Adventures of Dynamo Duck for Fox Television, Digimon Digital Monsters, Super Pig, Bit The Cupid, Bee Bop Cowboy, the Sci–‐Fi series Robotech, Flint the Time Detective, Vampire Princess Miyu, Honey Bee Hutch and ABC television series including LA Law, NYPD Blue and Ugly Betty. He currently is the president of The Creative Edge providing consultancy, coaching and speaking services for actors, writers and producing organizations. His published books include Art of the Monologue, The Creative Audience, White Knight Black Night, Autumn Sweet, The Resting Place, Rand Unwrapped –‐ Confessions of a Robotech Warrior, Che Che and Short Monologues for Auditions.

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Fall 2014 Archaeology courses

Fall 2014 Interdisciplinary Archaeology courses.

The minor requires only five courses, one of which may count towards GE.  See below for minor requirements and course descriptions.

ONE LOWER DIVISION COURSE FROM:

  • AHIS-120g “Foundations of Western Art” Malone, TTh 12:30-1:50pm
  • AHIS-125g “Arts of Asia: Antiquity to 1300″ Sonya, MW 12:00-1:50pm
  • AHIS-128g “Arts of Latin America” Bleichmar, MW 12:00-1:50pm
  • ANTH-200Lg “The Origins of Humanity” MW 2:00-3:20pm
  • ANTH/CLAS-202 “Archaeology: Our Human Past” Garrison, TTh 9:30-10:50am
  • CHEM 105bL “General Chemistry” Bertolini, MWF 11:00-11:50am
  • ENST-100 “Introduction to Environmental Studies” TTh 9:30-10:50am or 2:00-3:20pm
  • MASC-110L “Materials Science” MWF 11:00-11:50am
  • REL-111g “The World of the Hebrew Bible” Zuckerman, MW 2:00-3:20pm
  • REL-112g “Religions of Egypt and the Ancient Near East” Dodd, TTh 11:00-12:20pm or Th 2:00-2:50pm
  • REL-137g “Introduction to Islam” Jackson, TTh 11:00-12:20pm
  • SSCI-265Lg “The Water Planet” Wilson, TTh 11:00-12:20pm

Upper-division Requirements (16 units)

All students shall be required to take at least one Archaeological Theories and Methods course. Beyond this, students may elect to take either:

A: one additional upper-division course from the Theories and Methods list and two upper-division courses from the Interdisciplinary Perspectives list, or

B: one upper-division course from the Interdisciplinary Perspectives list and two upper-division courses from the Interdisciplinary Applications list.

THEORIES AND METHODS COURSES:

  • AHIS/CLAS-415 “Object-Worlds: Histories and Theories of Things” Yasin, T 2:00-4:50pm

INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES COURSES:

  • AHIS/CLAS-321 “Greek Art and Archaeology” Yasin, TTh 11:00-12:30pm
  • ANTH-300 “Evolution, Ecology, and Culture” Boehm, T 2:00-4:50pm
  • ANTH-310 “Archaeology of the Americas” Garrison, TTh 11:00-12:20pm
  • ANTH-314g “The Nature of Maya Civilization” Garrison, TTh 12:30-1:50pm
  • CLAS-349g “Ancient Empires” TBA
  • JS-378 “Jewish Magic in the Ancient World” Garroway, Hochman, TTh 11:00-12:20pm

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS COURSES:

  • CHEM 300L “Analytical Chemistry” Devlin, MWF 10:00-10:50am
  • ENST-320a “Water and Soil Sustainability: Energy and Air Sustainability” MW 2:00-3:20pm or TTh 11:00-12:20pm
  • ENST-320b “Water and Soil Sustainability: Energy and Air Sustainability” MW 2:00-3:20pm
  • GEOL-412 “Oceans, Climate, and the Environment” Feakins, TTh 2:00-3:20pm
  • SSCI-301L “Maps and Spatial Reasoning” Ruddell, MW 2:00-3:20pm

Please feel free to contact Lynn Dodd, Director of the Interdisciplinary Archaeology Major/Minor, at310-210-4081orswartz@usc.eduif you have any questions.

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New 3+3 Program at USC LAW

WANT TO START LAW SCHOOL EARLY? 

Come and hear about USC Gould’s Newest Law Program, the 3+3!

WHEN: Tuesday, April 29

TIME:  12:00 – 1:00 pm

LOCATION:  Musick Law Building, Room 7

The USC Gould School of Law is pleased to announce the 3+3 – BA to JD Program for outstanding  top USC undergraduates who have demonstrated high academic achievement during their first 3 years of undergraduate studies and are interested in beginning their law school program early.  The program provides for completion of both undergraduate degree and J.D. in six years instead of the usual seven.  Students will begin Law School in their fourth year taking a normal first-year law course load.

The program is open to undergraduates who have completed their required curriculum and have a minimum GPA of 3.8.  The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is not required.  Other law school application materials are necessary including, application, all transcripts,  SAT-Reading score, personal statement, letters of recommendation, and a personal interview.

Applications will be accepted beginning September 1, 2014 for entrance in the fall of 2015 law class.

Can’t make the meeting?  Contact USC Gould Admissions Office at (213) 740-2523.

Non-Major Guitar (MPGU) Courses for Fall 2014

MPGU- Learn to play the guitar and rock out at USC with the Non-Major Guitar Program.

Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced guitar player who wants to go to the next level, check out our non-major guitar program during the first week of classes or see our course offerings at:

http://classes.usc.edu/term-20143/classes/mpgu

For questions email: Nick Stoubis (stoubis@usc.edu)

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Research positions, MCB

The Nuzhdin lab is looking for undergraduates to participate in a long-term Drosophila behavioral genetics and modelling project. Support will be given for obtaining scholarships and stipends, as well as the possibility of research for credit (Bisc 499).

The research involves several components. Fly maintenance and crosses; setting up (video) behavioural experiments; and video scoring. Training will be provided. We request a minimum 10 hours a week. Hours are flexible (mornings, evenings and weekends), as long as you coordinate, and meet your commitments. Nuzhdin lab undergraduates have been highly successful applying to scholarships and awards, and spoken at conferences and other high-profile events.

You will be welcome at  lab meetings, be exposed to a variety of molecular, whole organismal and computational techniques. You will also be encouraged to work on independent, group, or semi-independent projects. Past undergrads have gone on to medical schools, pharmacy school, graduate school and other research positions, with excellent CVs and letters of reference.

Please email Brad Foley, bradfole@usc.edu, a resume, and a short (1-2 paragraph) description of your research interests.