Category Archives: Part-time

Panhellenic Council looking for videographer

Panhellenic Council is looking for someone to create a promotional video for fraternity and sorority life. This is an unpaid position, but may be of interest to a student wanting to develop a professional portfolio. Contact Sophie Gray (sophie.gray@drake.edu), vice president of marketing for the Council, if you are interested.

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Iowa Lottery event marketing internship

The Iowa Lottery has an event marketing summer internship.  The application deadline is March 25. The successful applicant must be age 21 or older, will return to Drake in the Fall to continue studies, and have a clean driving record, to use Iowa Lottery vehicles.

Details are available here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/iowa/jobs/2387105/marketing-intern?keywords=lottery&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Possible volunteer opportunities with NCAA women’s basketball tournament

Volunteer for the NCAA women’s basketball tournament to POSSIBLY be held next week, March 22 and 24, at Drake. Drake will find out if it is selected on the NCAA Women’s Basketball Selection show on Monday, March 18, at 6 p.m. CDT. Sign up link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScMDJowd-R5QFlfTv8HJtKQR85Sphz0E23LnbxGiCI2pbfh5w/viewform

Student copy editor needed for sport psychology journal

The Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) needs a student copy editor for Frontiers in Psychology of Sport, Exercise, and Performance. The copy editor will perform the following tasks:

  • Copy editing
  • Professional article formatting (with provided Adobe InDesign template)
  • Sending formatted articles to Drake Cowles Library
  • Social media promotion of published works via Twitter

AASP, through its Foundation, will cover the student copy editor scholarship funds for the length of this contract.  Student copy editors will receive $1,250 per one-year contract. The contract runs from September 2019-September 2020.

To apply for the position please send a resume and cover letter to stacy.gnacinski@drake.edu by Friday, March 15.

Applications open for 2019-20 student media leaders

Want to direct the campus conversation?

The Board of Student Communications is currently taking applications for leaders of Drake’s student media. You could be the editor-in-chief (EIC) of Drake Political Review during caucus season or the president of the Drake Broadcasting System, directing the content of KDRA 94.1 The Dog, coverage of the Drake Relays, and more. Applications for all BSC leadership positions—EIC of The Times-Delphic, Drake Mag, Drake Political Review, DUiN and Periphery, as well as president of Drake Broadcasting System—are due by 5 p.m. March 15. Please include a resume and cover letter discussing why you are suited to the position. Applications should be emailed to Prof. Jeff Inman (jeff.inman@drake.edu) and Journalism Senator Jessica Spangler (jessica.spangler@drake.edu). If you have questions regarding the positions, feel free to email as well.

 

Preemptive Love Coalition looking for summer interns

Are you interested in pursuing peace and healing across enemy lines through humanitarian service and international entrepreneurship? Join the Preemptive Love Coalition in Iraq as a 2019 intern.

You will be an essential part of the Preemptive Love team, experiencing transformational love in a culture very different from your own. If selected, you will be required to raise a portion of funds to cover travel and living expenses. All applications must be received by March 15, 2019.

For more information see https://preemptivelove.org/summer-internship/?fbclid=IwAR29Vh4BquijFrpC5fZIvTqMkW8Oyxk–fzaLRpK9r-UvgQzLEJwF-h4Wms

 

Diversity in arts internship

Bravo Greater Des Moines was formed in 2004 by a collaboration of nine central Iowa local governments to provide reliable funding and leadership to the arts, culture and heritage community. This summer, Bravo Greater Des Moines will host Americans for the Arts’ (AftA) Diversity in Arts Leadership internship program (DIAL).  For nearly 20 years this has been a successful program in New York City.  By 2022, AftA would like to activate seven additional communities to adopt the program in order to expand access to those traditionally untapped for arts leadership around the country.  Des Moines is one of the first two national pilot sites.

Bravo’s goal is to match seven interns with host organizations in Greater Des Moines for summer 2019.

Applications are now open for interns interested in participating in DIAL this summer.  This is a paid internship ($4,500 for 10 weeks) and is a wonderful opportunity for students to make a difference in DSM.  The intern application can be found here:  https://www.americansforthearts.org/about-americans-for-the-arts/internships/diversity-in-arts-leadership-internship

 The intern application deadline is Feb. 13.