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IPO Newsletter 9-7-11

IPO Newsletter 9-7-11

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September 7, 2011
Published by the USC Career CenterThis weekly e-mail highlights interesting internship opportunities and other important informationthat will aid you in securing an internship! The internships listed below are just a sampling of whatis available. For complete listings of all current internships, log on to
athttp://careers.usc.edu. New internships are added daily.
The Internship Program Office has daily walk-in hours, Monday through Friday from 9:00am –3:30pm. Stop by our office in STU B1 during our walk-in hours if you have a quick questionabout internships, connectSC or want to brainstorm workplace issues.
The last day to register for an internship course is this Friday, September 9th.
If you needcourse credit for an unpaid internship register TODAY!Federal labor law requires that students participating in an internship must either A) be paid by theemployer; or, B) be enrolled in an internship for-credit course. Do you have an unpaid internshipand need course credit? If so, register for one of USC’s 15+ internship courses. For a full list of internship courses offered visit the Career Center’s website,http://careers.usc.eduor stop by our office in STU B1.F-1 international students participating in a paid internship are required to receive Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization from OIS which requires enrolling in an internship courseat USC. F-1 international students participating in an unpaid internship should contact OIS for more details regarding work authorization requirements.
The Career Center invites you to attend our fall
Diversity Networking Mixer
on Wednesday,
September 14, 2011 from 6-8pm
in our Lounge (STU 110). We are committed to facilitating anunderstanding and appreciation of diversity within the Trojan community. Come meet andnetwork with top employers from the
and more that are lookingfor diverse members of the Trojan Family! Food will be provided! Please RSVP via
Are you the first in your family to attend college? Would you like to enter into a mentorship with
an alumnus who was also the first in their family to attend college? The USC Career Center invites you to participate in our First Generation College Student Mentor Program. This programwill provide “real world” exposure to the working world through a mentorship that focuses on professional and career development. Students will be paired with USC alumni who also are firstgeneration college students. If you are interested in participating in this mentor program pleasedownload and complete an application athttp://careers.usc.edu/docs/forms/First_Generation_Mentee_Application_Form.pdf . 
Completedapplications must be turned in to the Career Center Internship Programs office by 5:00 pmon September 16, 2011.
During the academic semesters, we invite employers to conduct company presentations. Westrongly recommend that you attend these information sessions to learn about different industriesand organizations, as well as meet some of their key employees. Next week 
Raytheon, Apple(Finance), Willis North America, Zynga, Macquaire Capital, RBZ and more
will be oncampus holding events. Please click this link for more details,http://careers.usc.edu/eventcalendar/events/ or log-in to
This fall semester will be full of great Career Center events, so save the dates on your calendarnow.
On-Campus Recruiting
begins September 12
. The
Career Fair
will be held September22
Internship Week
will be held October 3
– 6
Go tohttp://careers.usc.edu/sc_at_work/to read our regularly-updated blog focusing on work andcareer issues important to the USC community. Visit often as we examine local, national andglobal trends. Join the discussion by posting your thoughts and comments.
The USC Career Center is on Facebook and Twitter.Become a fan on Facebook and follow us onTwitter (@USCCareerCenter) for the latest updates on workshops, events, and jobs.
Anchor Bay Entertainment – Marketing Entertainment Intern
Exciting, fast growing, DVD home entertainment and film studio is seeking highly motivatedstudents with strong organizational and communication skills to work as interns in their marketingdepartment. Internships will last three months (school semester) for approximately 20-40 hours per week, depending on student’s schedule. Duties include assisting in grassroots and social mediamarketing initiatives, creating marketing and sales support materials for new DVD releases, DVD
artwork coordination, market research and industry analysis, assist with DVD and Theatricalmock-ups and presentations for customer retailers, provide general administrative assistance to themarketing team, filing, faxing, scanning, photocopying, and FedEx management. ApplicationInstructions: E-Mail resume/cover letter to Nadia.DelReal@Starz.com.
City of L.A. Emergency Management Department – Emergency Management Intern
The City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department (EMD) is currently takingapplications for the Undergraduate Emergency Management Intern position. EMD’s highlycompetitive internship program, in the nation’s 2nd largest city, is open to undergraduate andgraduate students interested in emergency management and pursuing a degree in emergencymanagement, homeland security, public administration, strategic planning, or a related field.Interns will receive hands-on learning experiences, as they will be fully integrated into theDepartment and will be assigned projects related to emergency planning, emergency operations,communications, or community preparedness. Interns may also prepare reports, research,recommendations, and correspondence on behalf of EMD. Interns will have the opportunity towork with representatives from various City of Los Angeles departments, business partners, andnon-profit organizations. Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and writingsample to: Caitlin Ishigooka, Program Coordinator, atCaitlin.Ishigooka@lacity.org Include "Undergraduate Internship Application" in the subject of your email and note your availability(start date & hours/week). Applications for the fall cohort are due by September 30, 2011. Filingmay close at any time without prior notice if a sufficient number of applications have beenreceived. For the complete job description please visit: http://www.laemuc.org/home/Internship. 
Daily Trojan- Various Positions
TheDaily Trojanis looking for writers, photographers, designers, artists and copy editors who want experience in a professional environment. Create high-quality samples by working for USC'saward-winning student newspaper. TheDaily Trojanis a crucial news source on campus and in the USC community, and stories are routinely linked or picked up by leading blogs, newspapersand TV outlets, including KABC, the Los Angeles Times and ESPN. TheDaily Trojanis not only a great place to learn about the USC community and to cultivate relationships with local anduniversity leaders but is a great place to build transferable skills. Enhance your communicationand writing abilities, learn to work on deadline or under pressure, and heighten your attention todetail. Additionally, there are many opportunities for growth and leadership positions. We needmotivated students and are looking for all majors. Experience is helpful but not required, astheDaily Trojanis a place to learn and grow. Students will receive honorariums, rather than an hourly wage. Please apply at our websitewww.dailytrojan.com/apply 
 by Sept. 9. For anyquestions, contact Manager Editors Giovanni Osorio and Lily Conover atmanagingeditor@dailytrojan.com
, or call the newsroom at(213) 740-5667
GUESS? INC. – Retail Marketing Internship
The position supports the Retail Marketing team in the development and execution of promotionsand events. Essential functions include supporting all retail marketing initiatives including, but notlimited to, marketplace and resource research, field and customer follow up communication andidea generation. Manage promotional item inventory and storage unit. Keep the team up-to-dateon current inventory levels and distribute inventory as requested. Administrative duties includinginvoice processing, mall management follow up and information formatting. Education: CurrentlyEnrolled in College with high academic standing. Experience: Knowledge of Microsoft Officerequired. Marketing and/or Retail experience a plus. Schedule: 24 hours a week required (3 fulltime days preferred). Qualified Students: please apply online at www.guessinc.com/work .

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