Blog Post, Due Wednesday 2/20 (note new due date). Choose ONE of the following prompts for your post:
Mass Manufacturing: Read America’s Assembly Line, Chapter 7. How do aspects of race, gender, ability, and other kinds of identities play out in 1960-70s automotive manufacturing? How does it relate to the concept of “Intersectionality?”
Prototype Reflection, Due Wednesday 2/20. Write a reflection on the small group prototype discussion from Session 6 (Feb 13). Then answer: Who is potentially being served by your prototype? What are their salient identities? How are they currently being served by technology?
Feb 15, Job: WNET New York Public Media is seeking voice actors for “Prisoner in My Homeland,” the sixth installment of the award-winning Mission US (https://www.mission-us.org/) series of educational games designed to immerse young people in American history, now played by more than 2.5 million users nationwideFeb 17 Theater Performance: Behind the Sheet
Feb 28 Event: Shaping the Future Workforce: Transformative Impacts of Emerging Technologies. Automated and intelligent systems are becoming more prevalent, with reports indicating that robotics, autonomous transport, artificial intelligence and other technologies will increasingly replace functions currently filled by paid workers over the next decade. Join us as IEEE TechEthics hosts a public panel session on current and future impacts of these transformative technologies on the workforce. The session will be held at The Cooper Union in New York City on Thursday, 28 February from 6:30-8PM Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5).
March 2nd Event: The Athena Film Festival is hosting a Youth Brunch where gives young creatives from across the country a chance to meet each other and share ideas. The Athena Film Festival is an annual festival at Barnard College in celebration of women and leadership in film. Food and drinks will be served. Please RSVP through email@example.com.
The budget is $20 per person, up to $500 per individual viewing party. There is no limit of viewing parties per state or region, within reason. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional requirements.
Make the Road New York is hiring a TGNCIQ Justice Youth Organizer within its GLOBE TGNCIQ project in Brooklyn. The position will organize the GLOBE committee, and be a part of the Youth Power Project (YPP) at MRNY, to build a base of youth members who would become critical and key decision-makers in the movement and support local and state-wide campaigns. For more information and to apply, visit the posting.
The Episcopal Dioceses of New York’s Young Adult Network has a part-time (about 10 hours monthly) role for someone who is well organized, knowledgeable in social media, WordPress/Squarespace, and wants to work remotely 90% of the time (meetings monthly in Manhattan). If you are interested in the position, email Rev. Mary Catherine Young at email@example.com.
The National LGBT Bar Association is seeking summer interns. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the roles of Office Intern and Legal Intern are filled, with each position lasting from late-May to mid-August and receiving a $1000 stipend. For more information and to apply, visit their website here.
The Victory Institute is inviting outstanding LGBTQ college students to apply to the Victory Congressional Internship program for Summer 2019. The program includes a generousstipend, housingin D.C., placement in a congressional internship and travel to/from Washington, D.C., as well as travel and registration to the LGBTQ Leaders Conference in December 2019. Apply Now! Deadline: February 28, 11:59pm PT
Paid fellowship opportunity with HeadCount for those interested in civic engagement with communities of color. Send resume + cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “HeadCount Fellowship.”
Are you an NYU student looking for an on-campus job opportunity for the Fall 2018 semester? The Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU is currently hiring for the following position: Videographer