The Fall 2020 schedule of classes is now updated with designations of whether the course is taught Online (“Web”), in Person (Traditional) or as a Hybrid: https://banner.newpaltz.edu/pls/PROD/bwckzschd.p_dsp_search?p_term=202009
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Internships are mandatory for all Digital Media & Journalism students, including Journalism minors. The DMJ Department has a process by which students must get certified eligible to earn academic credits for work at an internship. Continue reading
Evan Atlas, evanatlas.com, seeks an intern for Summer or Fall 2020. The purpose of this internship is to immerse the student in the early development of a political campaign.
At this stage, the intern would assist Atlas as a potential candidate for public oﬃce in New York State by performing some or all of the following tasks: Continue reading
The Career Resource Center continues to help students with their resumes, cover letters, interviewing tips, internship searches, career counseling and questions about navigating the work world amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
You can call, email, or visit them on social media to set up a virtual appointment: https://newpaltz.edu/careers/
Students, It’s understandably difficult to manage school during the pandemic.
Some of you have asked about taking time off from school.
Here’s what you need to know: the policy and the paperwork.
Please speak to your advisor about this option.
See their most recent issue here.
We recognize that this is a time of unbelievable stress and uncertainty. If you are struggling with mental health or with the transition to online learning, check out some of these resources that may be able to help you.
We’d like to remind students about a very helpful resource that can be useful during online learning: LinkedIn Learning. Every student has access to LinkedIn Learning through my.newpaltz.edu. It is a treasure trove of helpful videos on professional skills, from balancing work and life, to magazine design, and more.
To access LinkedIn Learning, go to my.newpaltz.edu, and under “General,” click “LinkedIn Learning.”
The Little Rebellion is continuing their publishing during this time. They are committed to not only keeping readers informed on the coronavirus, but also to giving their readers a break from the news and publishing student-submitted content. They are here to give students a voice in this uncertain time, and are open to submissions of all kinds.
Read their full message here.
To submit any work, email The Little Rebellion at firstname.lastname@example.org