Monday, November 7, 2016

Put a Folklore student to work! Winter 2017 work terms

Students from Memorial University’s MA Folklore program are now seeking winter 2017 work terms. 

Student experience and interests include: cultural documentation (recording audio/video); public event support; culture and economic development; traditional crafts and performances; marketing and communications, tourism, sports, archiving and curating. Assignments could include working in radio, television, magazines, film, festival planning, script assistance, entertainment or research.

We invite employers who may be interested in hiring one of these students to contact us. Winter work terms can begin as soon asJanuary 4 and end as late as April 21; the minimum duration of a work term is 12 weeks. Work terms are full time and paid at a rate that is consistent with your organizational salary structure. Subsidies are available for non-profit organizations; details on eligibility and the application process can be found here:

The Cooperative Education office for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences would be pleased to assist you by posting opportunities on our co-op employment portal and arranging interviews with suitable candidates (on campus, at your office or by skype or videoconference, as required).

Please contact us if you would like to recruit a Folklore student or if you require additional information.

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