I opened the gallery today and installed the newest video piece. Completely unexpected. I was just getting out of my morning class and about to get a breakfast sandwich at Friendly's, when I got a call from my professor, Tammy Brackett. I didn't even need to hear the whole story, I gathered that she was sick right away, and abandoned breakfast for attending the Llewellyn Gallery.
Submitted by keatindl on Thu, 09/16/2010 - 10:58pm
I've never made so many connections with my internships. It's like, I'm working this unpaid internship with one of my professors, and she knows a guy in Rochester who is looking for experienced students, and she referred me! I started working for a well known art gallery in Rochester (RoCo) and my boss is mad cool.
Welcome back returning students & welcome new students.
Here's some news from Career Development.
Work-study and on-campus jobs are now on JobLink. If you don't have an account yet, it takes just a few minutes to register for one. You will then be hooked up with a powerful program that will help you find not only an on-campus job but also internships and full time jobs in the future.
Here are some great resources to help you get started
Students and alums make sure you contact the Career office at your school. Students and alums of ASC should definitely check out JobLink first. These internships/jobs are targeted for you - which means you're not competing with the rest of the world for these. That can be a real advantage for you!
Ahhhh, Winter Break. It is great to be done with finals and have another semester under your belt. While you are taking a break, you can still work on your career/job search for that job after graduation or for your summer internship. Here are five things you can do to progress toward your career and still get some r & r.