JEP Front Office Position Application

JEP Front Office Position Application

The Joint Educational Project (JEP) is a service-learning program housed in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. JEP was established in 1972 to link traditional classroom-based learning with educational experiences in the community surrounding USC’s main campus. The program seeks to foster the intellectual, social and ethical development of USC students while providing valuable services to community schools and organizations.

JEP is seeking a hard-working and committed graduate student to work as the Front Office Assistant. 20 hours a week. Monday – Friday 1:00pm – 5:00pm $15.00 per hour. Deadline: October 30th, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.

Please see the attached application for further details.

Job open for Social Media Manager Trainee for USC Archaeology. Flexible hours, good pay, learn very in-demand skills!

USC Archaeology is seeking a social media manager to help build an online community and sustainable communication strategy around USC Archaeology. Flexible hours starting as soon as possible. Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to, assisting in the development, curation and presentation of online content through Facebook, websites, Instagram, Twitter feed, and similar online social media channels; online event promotion; supporting PR and calendar posting of events, courses, profiles; supporting mailing list updates and administration of social media for USC Archaeology, the Archaeology Research Center and the Interdisciplinary Archaeology major/minor


§  Undergraduate student at USC

§  Experience using social media channels including legitimate online community cultivation

§  Willingness to learn basic Photoshop image editing techniques

§  Ability to work independently and creatively

Competitive pay! Flexible hours!

To start, you’ll train alongside our current social media manager.  Interested applicants should send links that display your social media expertise, a resume, and a statement about whether you do or do not have Federal Work Study grant funding (not required, but welcome) to Lynn Dodd at this email:

So You Want An Internship?

  • Location: LVL 17 (the basement auditorium in Leavey Library)
  • Time: 6:00 pm
  • Speakers: Octavio Avila, Alexis Dale-Huang, Matt Woo, Larkin Wynn, and James Luttrull

On Wednesday, September 23rd, Dean Lamy’s Students Achieving Success workshop series will prepare you for just that! Octavio Avila, Dornsife’s Student Services Manager, and a panel of current students will candidly discuss how to get the best possible summer or semester-long internship while still in school. Our student guest speakers have worked both in Los Angeles and in Washington, D.C., and for both public and private-sector organizations, so there will be a variety of perspectives and experiences available for anyone interested in obtaining an internship.

2016 is an election year in D.C. – and we want YOU!

Ever thought about spending a semester in the nation’s capital? Want to experience firsthand the incredible energy of campaign season, all while taking classes from experts in the international and domestic policy fields? The Dornsife Washington, D.C. Program is the place for you!

This spring, students of all majors can gain 16 units of credit by taking 3 courses and working at an internship, all while staying at our luxury apartment building in the heart of the city. Courses are drawn from IR and POSC, but anyone with an interest in D.C. is welcome! We will help you find an internship that fits within your interests and career plan, and all of the courses we offer are taught by USC faculty who are experts in the field – no need to worry about the credits transferring over, as the courses come straight from the USC catalogue. We also offer a robust series of extracurricular activities, from intimate dinners with successful USC alumni to government agency visits, cruises along the Potomac River, and trips to historical sites outside of the city.

Our next information session will be on Wednesday, September 16th, at 12:30pm in VKC 300. Come hear from our program director, Dr. Jeffrey Fields, and from students who participated in the program last spring!

Please see our website ( for FAQs and further information on the application process, or send an email to We look forward to hearing from you!

Students Achieving Success Workshop Series

Starting this Wednesday, September 2nd, Vice Dean Steven Lamy will be hosting a weekly series of workshops which will bring various alumni and professionals back to campus to speak to students about the many opportunities available to them after graduation, including internships, fellowships, grad and law school, and careers in both the public and private sectors.  These meetings will be informal and filled with candid advice, stories, and Q&A sessions with the speakers. Students of all ages and majors are welcome to attend! Each meeting will be held from 6-8pm in LVL 17 (in the basement of Leavey Library) – please see the attached schedule for details on September’s workshops. We hope to see you there!

Teach preschool children with Jumpstart — Earn Work-Study and a $1,200 scholarship! Apply TODAY!

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Jumpstart Corps members serve preschool children in low-income neighborhoods – those who need a “jumpstart” the most – teaching them the vital language and literacy skills they need to succeed in kindergarten and beyond. We invite you to join our 2015-16 corps, and make a difference in your community by serving its youngest leaders and learners!

Info Sessions in TCC 410:

-Thurs., 8/27 from 6-7pm

-Wed., 9/2 from 5-6pm

-Fri., 9/4 from 12-1pm

Space is limited, so don’t wait for the info sessions to apply! Apply TODAY at! Please email us with any questions or visit our [] facebook page for more information!