Conservation Education Specialist: Opportunity Council — Application closing 6/20/18

Job position / title: Conservation Education Specialist

Name of business / employer: Opportunity Council

Job description / duties

Supports Community Services and Home Improvement programs by providing eligibility services, conducting outreach, assisting Conservation Education Coordinator, and providing education in office and in homes of clients seeking services. Provides information and support based on current conservation practices and technology through continuing education. Supports the human services community and its efforts to work together to support the special needs of low-income people; helps mobilize resources to meet those needs.

Who we are looking for:

  • People who honor our mission, agree with our purpose and want to be part of something bigger.
  • People who are committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in both the services we provide as well as the environment in which we work.
  • People who are self-motivated and passionate about the work they do.
  • People who understand we are not a team because we work together. We are a team because we respect, trust and care for one another.

Person or department to contact: Human Resources

Business address: 1419 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA

Email: hrrecruiting@oppco.org

Phone: 360.734.5121 ext. 267

How to apply

See full job specifications and application instructions at www.oppco.org/employment/ Paper Employment Applications may be picked up at 1419 Cornwall Ave., Bellingham, WA.

Completed applications must be received by 4:00pm, June 20, 2018.

At the Opportunity Council, we are committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion with a core set of values that include diversity, collaboration, respect, integrity, passion and learning. We believe we are a stronger and successful organization because of this commitment. We are fully focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation and identity, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different. EOE.

Applications should include:

[×] Cover letter

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Wedding/Event Intern: Semiahmoo Resort — Application closing

Job position / title: Wedding/Event Intern

Name of business / employer: Semiahmoo Resort, Golf, and Spa

Job description / duties

Provide office support for banquet event orders, BEO distribution, menu tastings, other administrative duties and to provide support during special events.

  • Day of Event Support/Partnering with Catering and Event Manager/Executive Meeting Manager
  • Vendor management to include vendor letter distribution, check-in upon arrival
  • Confirm event timelines and banquet needs with appropriate parties
  • Amenity management to include creation of amenity forms, delivery to appropriate department
  • Sending basic proposals and introductions to potential clients on behalf of Catering and Event Manager/Executive Meeting Manager
  • Shadowing and providing additional support with client site tours
  • Admin Support for Special Events to include:
  • Event Order and Diagram creation and distribution
  • Weekly/daily reports and distribution
  • Answering phones and taking initial inquiry information

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Works cooperatively and fosters teamwork by helping co-workers with essential functions.
  • Must be willing and able to adhere to Appearance Standards of Semiahmoo Resort Company LLC.
  • Must be willing and able to work non-traditional schedules, including nights, weekends, and holidays.

Person or department to contact: Human Resources

Business address: 9565 Semiahmoo Pkwy, Blaine, WA 98230

Email: ymorgenthaler@semiahmoo.com

Phone: 360.318.2045

Fax: 360.318.2046

How to apply

In person or email resume and cover letter

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter

[×] References

Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator: Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center — Application closing 6/11/18

Job position / title: Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator

Name of business / employer: Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center

Job description / duties

The Supervised Visitation (SV) Program Coordinator position is primarily responsible for supervising visits and coordinating the visit schedule, including client and volunteer scheduling. The SV program provides a safe structure and welcoming environment for non-residential parents to visit their children. Working in partnership with Whatcom County Superior Court, Faith Lutheran Church, and active volunteers, the SV program provides a temporary means for parents and children to maintain a connection and relationship until the parent can visit without supervision. An ideal candidate will demonstrate an aptitude for sensitively and successfully working with families and volunteers, and setting healthy and safe boundaries. The SV Program Coordinator will understand and have compassion for the dynamics and complexities present within the program and families served, will understand and promote the SV program’s alignment with the WDRC’s goals, will have a belief in the mission of the WDRC, and will enthusiastically embrace the opportunity to work with our team. This position is well suited for a professional interested in growing with the WDRC, and ensuring the success of a program while balancing direct service and program coordination. This is a contract and grant-funded position and, as such, some hours are contingent upon continued funding. This position will primarily be stationed at Faith Lutheran Church at 2750 McLeod Rd. Other hours will typically be spent onsite at the WDRC.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Adhere to and implement program policies and procedures
  • Orient families to visit rules and requirements
  • Set firm and compassionate boundaries with families
  • Ensure a welcoming, clean, and safe environment for visits
  • Manage risk and assess and ensure safety
  • Supervise weekly visits
  • Communicate with families regarding visit concerns and questions
  • Coordinate and schedule all visits including managing reschedules and cancellations
  • Coordinate and schedule volunteer visit supervisors and ensure coverage of all visits
  • Assist with training, support, and celebration of volunteer visit supervisors
  • Maintain case files
  • Contribute to appropriate program evaluation
  • Communicate as needed with program partners
  • Administrative duties (database, phone, e-mail, filing, word processing, data entry)
  • Provide support to the SV Program Manager
  • Other duties as assigned

 Essential Skills:

  • BA in psychology, sociology, or related degree and experience, with a minimum 2 years working with families, particularly those in crisis
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment at all times
  • Ability to be neutral and nonjudgmental
  • Exceptional professional boundaries and ability to set boundaries firmly
  • Highly organized and capable of following a tight schedule
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including ability to communicate with empathy, compassion, and brevity
  • Strong listening skills and ability to process and synthesize large amounts of information often from emotionally escalated people
  • Observant, diplomatic, and tactfully assertive
  • Enjoys working with children
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to dynamic circumstances and handle complex and stressful situations
  • Patience and a sense of humor
  • Volunteer coordination and/or management experience
  • Ability to work successfully both independently and in a collaborative environment
  • High proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel

Preferable Skills:

  • Supervised visitation experience
  • Case management experience
  • Mediation training and/or familiarity with and belief in alternative dispute resolution
  • Bilingual in Spanish

Additional requirements

  • Must have a vehicle to ensure efficient transport from office to visitation location
  • Must pass all required background checks, including Washington State Patrol, and National Sex Offender Registry
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs/pick up a toddler if necessary

Person or department to contact: Devin DiBernardo

Business address: 13 Prospect Street, Suite 201

Email: devin@whatcomdrc.org

Phone: 360.676.0122

How to apply

To Apply: Review the full job description on our website http://www.whatcomdrc.org/volunteer-and-job-opportunities. Then submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references by 5pm, Monday, June 11th to Devin DiBernardo (devin@whatcomdrc.org) or hard copy to 13 Prospect Street, Suite 201, Bellingham, WA 98225

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter

[×] References

In-Home Caregiver

Caregiver for woman in her home, to be hired by the State of Washington

Sudden Valley, must have own car

About 14 hours per week, 3-4 hours per day

Pay rate is about $12.50 per hour, gas money provided and food while on the job

Must pass a background check

Contact Jerry after 12 noon by phone: 360-734-4431

HCA/CNA, part-time with flexible schedule: Take My Hand At-Home Care — Application closing

Job position / title: HCA/CNA, part-time with flexible schedule

Name of business / employer: Take My Hand At-Home Care

Job description / duties

  • Caregiving in a relaxed, home setting
  • Picture working as a home care aid (HCA) or nursing assistant (NAC) without the endless pressure of call lights. Imagine working in a home setting where you are only responsible for the care and well-being of one or two people, not a dozen or more. Think of how wonderful it would be to be able to give elderly clients the time and attention they deserve, to provide care and companionship at their pace and according to their personal wishes.
  • A healthier environment for nursing assistants
  • Working for an at-home caregiving company provides all those things to home care aides and licensed nursing assistants! It’s a completely different work experience; it’s better (we believe!) for the health and well-being of caregivers like you.
  • Take My Hand At-Home Care provides non-medical companion and homemaker services to seniors who are returning home after hospital stays, recovering from injury or illness, or needing long-term care in their Whatcom County home.
  • What does a home care aide do?
  • Here are some of the tasks our at-home caregivers perform: http://www.takemyhandathome.com/services/
  • As an at-home caregiver, you could be part of helping local families manage assisted living, long-term care and even hospice at home, where seniors are most comfortable. You would be providing personalized care that helps families in our community during an important life transition.
  • HCA and CNA caregivers needed near Bellingham, WA
  • Our Lynden-based caregiver service is seeking qualified HCA and CNA team members for a variety of shifts. Full-time and part-time options may be available. Please share your scheduling needs when applying.

Qualifications

Requirement: Home care aide certification or nursing assistant license

Person or department to contact: Karen

Business address: Bender Road, Lynden WA 98264

Work location

In client homes

Email: karen@pattirowlson.com

Phone: 360.305.3720 ext. 3

How to apply

Interested in trying a slower-paced, less stressful job that also allows you more time to truly connect and build a relationship with those under your care? Visit http://www.takemyhandathome.com/employment/ to learn about our company and APPLY ONLINE via Indeed: https://www.indeedjobs.com/take-my-hand-at-home-care/_hl/en_US

Thank you so much for your interest in providing home care to senior citizens in our community. We look forward to hearing from you.

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter

AmeriCorps Youth Conflict Resolution Education Specialist: Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center — Application closing 6/15/18

Job position / title: AmeriCorps Youth Conflict Resolution Education Specialist

Name of business / employer: Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center

Job description / duties

  • The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center (WDRC) seeks a dynamic and creative AmeriCorps Member to provide specialized training in conflict resolution and communication in schools, the juvenile justice system, and other community agencies.
  • The WDRC is a nonprofit organization located in Bellingham, WA. Our mission is to provide and promote constructive and collaborative approaches to conflict through mediation, training, facilitation, and community education. https://www.whatcomdrc.org/
  • This position serves an integral role at the WDRC. The member is responsible for supporting the youth program manager to coordinate and facilitate conflict resolution workshops and classroom presentations in partnership with local schools, juvenile justice and social service agencies. These workshops empower youth ages 8-18 to reflect and identify personal triggers and sources of conflict and practice communication and problem solving skills. We serve hundreds of youth in the surrounding area, supporting a variety of school districts, individual schools and community agencies.
  • Additionally the member will contribute towards the development of specialized partnerships, including restorative practice initiatives and outreach for parent-teen mediation. The member also plays a key role in developing and overseeing volunteer support. Training is provided, including participation in the 40-hour professional mediation training and the opportunity to pursue additional requirements towards becoming a certified mediator if desired.

Benefits of AmeriCorps State and National Service

  • A monthly living stipend of $1,307.82 before taxes
  • $5,920 education award upon completion of term with a minimum of 1700 hours of service
  • Health insurance
  • Professional development
  • Student loan forbearance and deferment during service
  • Subsidized childcare if needed

Qualifications

Position Requirements

  1. Must be at least 18 years old at the start of the program year (September 1, 2018)
  2. Must be able to serve fulltime (40 hours a week for 10 ½ months) Sept 1-July 15th 2019
  3. Be a US citizen or lawful permanent resident
  4. Must pass criminal background checks and not be listed on the National Sex Offender Public Registry
  5. Flexibility, including ability to serve early morning, evening and weekend hours as needed (including some holidays such as MLK day and Memorial Day weekend)
  6. Experience working with K-12 youth
  7. Experience with public speaking and/or group facilitation
  8. Bachelor’s degree in teaching, recreation, psychology, sociology or related field preferred
  9. Strong sense of initiative, sense of humor, and compassion
  10. Demonstrate strong written and verbal skills
  11. Be highly organized; adhere to deadlines and be proactive toward meeting goals
  12. Belief in and understanding of our mission; familiarity with mediation and conflict resolution
  13. Ability to enlist support, delegate, and work effectively with volunteers
  14. Enjoy working with challenging client populations; ability to maintain composure when working with escalated individuals
  15. Be comfortable taking responsibility for leadership as well as serving in a supportive role
  16. Able to provide own transportation to sites throughout county

Person or department to contact: Emily Machin-Mayes

Business address: 13 Prospect Street Suite 201, Bellingham WA

Email: youth@whatcomdrc.org

Phone: 360.676.0122

How to apply:

Send or drop off: cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Emily Machin-Mayes, Youth Program Manager, Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center, 13 Prospect Street, Suite 201 Bellingham, WA 98225.

Open until filled, however priority will be given to applications received by 5 pm on June 15th. We thank you for your application, but only applicants under consideration will be contacted.

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter

[×] References

Event Servers and Kitchen Assistants: Express Employment Professionals — Application closing 6/11/18

Job position / title: Event Servers and Kitchen Assistants

Name of business / employer: Express Employment Professionals

Job description / duties:

Express is very busy with events!

We are looking for Event Servers and Kitchen Assistants for varies events in Bellingham!

Pay is $11.50 to $15.00 per hour

Schedule will vary based upon event.

Qualifications

Entry level candidates welcome!

Person or department to contact: Candice

Business address: 4152 Guide Meridian Suite 201 Bellingham, WA 98226

Email: candice.cruz@expresspros.com

Phone: (36) 734-2457

Ways to Apply: (Choose one)

*Call our office at 360.734.2457 for an immediate phone interview

*Visit our office for an immediate in person interview. We are located at 4152 Meridian, Suite 201 Bellingham, WA 98226-We share the same building as City Gym and Subway. Come behind the building and park in the back of our building and you will see our front door.

*Complete an online application on our website https://apply.expresspros.com/account/login

*Email Candice at Candice.cruz@expresspros.com

Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program Havana & Trinidad, CUBA: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network — Application closing 6/29/18

Job position / title: Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program Havana & Trinidad, CUBA (July 2-15, 2018)

Name of business / employer: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

Job description / duties

https://rgnn.org/academy/cuba-spanish-language-cultural-immersion/

An educational travel program to Cuba, in a historic moment, unprecedented and unrepeatable, residing in two of its most emblematic cities, both of them declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Havana and colonial Trinidad.

The Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program, based in two of Cuba’s most emblematic cities, both of them declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Havana and the colonial city of Trinidad.

During the Language Immersion Program, students will participate in an intensive program of Spanish Language and Cuban culture. The Spanish language component of the program consists of daily Spanish classes, taught by qualified teachers and natives of the Spanish language, which will cover both grammar, writing and conversation, focusing, above all, on the use of Spanish in the workplace, the aim being that students take advantage of their language skills for their future professional career. The Spanish language classes are taught in two levels: beginner and intermediate; the students will be placed in the corresponding level in a pre-arrival test prepared by the teacher before starting the program.

Cultural Immersion and people-to-people contact is the differentiating aspect of this program in Cuba. To discover the local culture, the schedule of events includes a series of Site Visits to Local Projects, Tours of both urban and rural UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Guided Excursions. The Cultural Immersion is complemented with accommodation in “boutique” style, colonial houses with Cuban host families.

The program includes 24-hour bilingual (English & Spanish) local emergency support. All of the professors and staff are bilingual. The selection process is rigorous and includes a Skype interview for all candidates of interest.

The program offers students the possibility to graduate with a Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Certification, a Certification of Academic Credit, as well as a Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.

What’s included.

o WELCOME PACKET. Before the start of the program, all students will receive a Welcome Packet via email, which will include an updated version of the program schedule. In the meantime, students can consult the provisional Schedule here: https://rgnn.org/academy/cuba-spanish-language-cultural-immersion/schedule.

o SPANISH LANGUAGE CULTURAL IMMERSION PROGRAM. Must be completed in order to obtain curricular benefits as detailed below.

  1. Attendance at Orientation, during which the academic requirements of the program will be presented.
  2. Participate in Spanish Language Classes. The classes are taught in two levels:
  3. Beginner.
  4. Intermediate.
  5. All students enrolled will have to complete a pre-arrival test prepared by the teacher to classify their level of Spanish before the start of the program.
  6. Classes will cover: grammar, writing and conversation.
  7. A total of forty (40) hours of formal Spanish classes are included during the program, divided into blocks of four (4) hours. The formal classes will be complemented with cultural visits to practice the language “in-situ”, certifying a total of eighty (80) hours of academic credits.

o SITE VISITS AND GUIDED EXCURSIONS.

 

o UNESCO World Heritage City Tours, Site Visits and Guided Excursions.

o UNESCO City Tour: Havana.

o UNESCO City Tour: Trinidad.

o UNESCO City Tour: Cienfuegos.

o Excursion to Playa Ancón (beach) or Valle de los Ingenios, depending on the weather.

o Accommodation in “boutique” style houses with Cuban host families.

o EDITION A: Six (6) nights in Havana, Cuba. Seven (7) nights in Trinidad, Cuba.

o EDITION B: Seven (6) nights in Trinidad, Cuba. Seven (7) nights in Havana, Cuba.

o Food: Half-board.

o Daily breakfast.

o Daily lunch OR dinner.

o Transportation in-country, airport pick-up and drop-off.

o Transportation to all program-related activities.

o Transportation Havana-Trinidad-Havana.

o Airport pick-up and drop-off from Havana airport.

o Local emergency support: 24 hours, bilingual (English and Spanish).

Academic & curricular benefits.

Completing the program allows students to obtain the following academic or curricular documentation:

o Certification of Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program.

o Certification of Academic Credit. 40 hours/week. 80 hours total.

o Processing of University Agreements and/or other External Documentation for Academic Credit (optional and subject to approval by ROOSTERGNN).

o Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.

Dates.

The following programs are currently accepting applications:

o July 2-15, 2018.

Person or department to contact: Ms. Maria Teresa San Segundo Gil

Business address: Calle Juan Bravo 58, MADRID (SPAIN)

Email: staff@roostergnn.org

Phone: 349.112.8723 ext. 5

How to apply: https://rgnn.org/academy/application/

Applications should include

[×] Resume

Journalism Contributors: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network — Application closing 12/31/18

Job position / title: Journalism Contributors (Writers, Photographers, Videographers) // ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

Name of business / employer: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

ROOSTERGNN Global News Network (RGNN.org), a non-profit news agency promoting freedom of expression, is recruiting university journalism contributors. The goal: to bring future journalists closer to the real-life responsibilities of a journalist at a news agency.

Responsibilities:

  • Pitch a monthly calendar of content (articles, interviews, photostories, videos, etc.)
  • Publish at least one piece of content (articles, interviews, photostories, videos, etc.) per month in one of the following channels:
    • Politics, Economy, Business.
    • Science, Technology, Education.
    • Art, Culture, Sports.
    • Fashion, Lifestyle, Social Media, Celebrities.
    • Travel
  • The content can be published in English or Spanish.
  • Excellent writing skills required in the language you are requesting to write in.
  • The articles, interviews, feature stories should always be adapted for the web and optimized for SEO.
  • The articles must be accompanied by their respective visuals (images, photos, videos, infographics, etc.) for publication.
  • The selected candidates must share their published content on their own social media profiles.

Benefits:

Regular contributors (at least one article per month) will be able to form part of a global network of journalists, with access to a private Facebook group exclusively for young journalists.

Moreover, students who publish a minimum of three articles on RGNN.org will be given preference for a 500 Euro scholarship (http://rgnn.org/academy/scholarships) for one of our hands-on Internship Seminars in Madrid, Spain, or Cuba:

In addition, regular contributors will be able to request press passes and accreditations for events (e.g. fashion shows, concerts, museum exhibits, etc.) in your city or region. The type of press pass you can request will depend on the section you have been writing for (e.g. fashion related press passes for the Glamour section, politics related press passes for the Gobernanza section, etc.). The possibility of requesting press passes will be determined by our Editor in Chief and will depend on the quality of your articles (higher quality means it is more likely you will obtain passes, obviously).

To apply, please fill out the form here:

http://rgnn.org/contributor-application

Contact: staff@roostergnn.org

Person or department to contact: Ms. Maria Teresa San Segundo Gil

Business address: Calle Juan Bravo 58, MADRID (SPAIN)

Email: staff@roostergnn.org

Phone: 003.491.1287 ext. 235

How to apply: applications@roostergnn.org

Applications should include

[×] Resume

Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars in MADRID, SPAIN (JULY/AUGUST 2018): ROOSTERGNN Global News Network — Application closing 7/25/18

Job position / title: Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars in MADRID, SPAIN (JULY/AUGUST 2018)

Name of business / employer: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

Job description / duties: http://rgnn.org/academy/madrid-spain-travel-journalism-photography-internship-seminar/program/

ROOSTERGNN Global News Network (RGNN.org), a non-profit organization, and ROOSTERGNN Academy are OFFERING:

Intensive Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars, based in Madrid, Spain.

During the Journalism Internship Seminar, students participate in an intensive journalism program coordinated by a Team of Editors and Writers, with the participation of Experts and Mentors. The program includes attendance at Editorial Meetings, Travel Journalism Workshops, Photography Workshops, Video Workshops, Mentoring Sessions and Feedback Sessions, all of which culminates in the publication of a bi-weekly travel magazine, publishes in digital format in the news agency.

All of the Experts and Mentors are bilingual (English & Spanish). To participate in the Seminars, it is required that students have knowledge of at least ONE of these languages. Students can choose to write their articles in English, Spanish or both.

The selection process is rigorous and includes an interview for all candidates of interest.

The Internship Seminar offers students the possibility to graduate with a Portfolio of Published Content, published in the news agency, a Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Certification, a Certification of Academic Credit, as well as a Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.

The Internship Seminar includes housing in shared studio apartments in the central Salamanca neighborhood of Madrid, Spain.

CALENDAR. Each Two-Week Module culminates in the publication of a travel magazine. Students can enroll in one single Two-Week Module, or in various — the workshops do NOT repeat themselves. Please see full list of collaborating Experts and Mentors, and their Workshops here.

INTENSIVE SEMINAR (SUMMER 2018).

  • MODULE I: Sunday, July 15, 2018 to Saturday, July 28, 2018.
  • MODULE II: Sunday, July 29, 2018 to Saturday, August 11, 2018.

WELCOME PACKET. Before the start of the Seminar, all students will receive a Welcome Packet via email, which will include an updated version of the Schedule. In the meantime, students can consult a Sample Schedule here: http://rgnn.org/academy/madrid-spain-travel-journalism-photography-internship-seminar/schedule

PROGRAM: INTENSIVE TRAVEL JOURNALISM & PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIP SEMINAR. Link to the current version of the Program: http://rgnn.org/academy/madrid-spain-travel-journalism-photography-internship-seminar/program

CONTENT. Each Two-Week Module includes the following content, which must be completed in order to obtain curricular benefits as detailed below.——

  • Journalism Specialization. Seminar specializing in Travel Journalism, Photography and Video.
  • Attendance at Orientation, where the academic requirements are explained.
  • Attendance at ROOSTERGNN Editorial Meetings. One Editorial Meeting per Two-Week Module, in which each student is assigned one (1) article.
  • Attendance at Group Mentoring Sessions. Three Mentoring Sessions per Two-Week Module, to discuss the progress of students on their articles.
  • Attendance at Group Feedback & Editing Sessions. Three Group Feedback & Editing Sessions per Two-Week Module. Each student will receive verbal feedback on the articles assigned during the Editorial Meetings. All articles must be received by the deadline indicated by RGNN in order to be eligible for Feedback.
  • Participate in Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Workshops with Experts and Mentors. Four (4) Workshops per Two-Week Module, addressing the following areas of travel journalism, photography and video. The full list of Workshops can be consulted in the following link.
  • One (1) Travel Journalism Workshop, which can address the following topics: preparation and research; writing; editing; publication and possible markets; design; social media and other useful tools.
  • One (1) Professional Development for Journalists Session. Advice will be given on, for example, how to put together a resume, how to apply for future journalism jobs, how to prepare for a job interview, etc.
  • Two Photography & Video Workshops: followed by an orientation, there will be one street photography & video workshop, and one on night photography & video workshop.
  • Participate in the Professional Headshot Photoshoot.
  • Students will go behind the scenes at RGNN and have a professional headshot photoshoot session at the RGNN film and photo studio.
  • Submit Photojournalism and Video Portfolio. Students will take photographs and videos for social media throughout the Seminar, of which RGNN will choose the best to publish in the news agency’s communication channels.
  • Submit a Final Seminar Evaluation. All students will be required to submit a final Evaluation before the end of the Seminar.

EXPERTS AND MENTORS. The Seminar includes the collaboration of prestigious Experts and Mentors. Please see the Experts collaborating in each Two-Week Module here.

CULTURAL IMMERSION IN MADRID AND SPAIN. Participate in the Cultural Immersion Program. The Internship Seminar includes a Typical Spanish Tapas Networking Farewell Reception at the end of the program.

HOUSING. The Internship Seminar includes housing in furnished studio apartments selected by RGNN in the central neighborhood of Salamanca in Madrid, Spain. Thirteen (13) nights. Housing is shared in double apartments (2 individual beds). Each studio apartment has its own bathroom and kitchen, air-conditioning, as well as weekly cleaning and change of sheets and towels. The building moreover has wifi, 24 hour concierge, laudromat and dryer room, swimming pool and sundeck. The entry of persons foreign to the Program is not permitted in the houses. Alcohol within the apartments is also not permitted. RGNN will assign accommodation. The dates in which housing will be available are:

  • MODULE I: Sunday, July 15, 2018 to Saturday, July 28, 2018.
  • MODULE II: Sunday, July 29, 2018 to Saturday, August 11, 2018.

Local bilingual emergency support, 24 hours. The Seminar has local, bilingual (English and Spanish) emergency support staff available 24 hours a day.

Person or department to contact: Ms. Maria Teresa San Segundo Gil

Business address: Calle Juan Bravo 58, MADRID (SPAIN)

Email: staff@roostergnn.org

Phone: 003.491.1287 ext. 235

How to apply: https://rgnn.org/academy/application/

Applications should include

[×] Resume