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Interested in submitting your creative work? Here is an opportunity we received today ...

Furrow is open for submissions!

We are seeking great art and writing by undergraduate students.

Deadline:

February 20, 2019

Furrow is a gorgeous, full-color print journal published each spring by undergraduates at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and a website that features new work each month.

We accept fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art, and comics by anyone enrolled as an undergraduate in the U.S. during the 2018-2019 academic year. We award $100 prizes to the top submission in each genre.

Submission is free and easy at https://furrowmagazine.submittable.com/submit.

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Work at four archives in five weeks, both in the US and Canada during the months of May and June (exact dates to be determined). The intern will spend a week at each of the MB archives (Winnipeg, Fresno, and Abbotsford). Airfare and accommodations are included along with a $1,000 stipend. The application deadline is February 4th.

Mennonite Brethren Historical Commission

paid, full-time, professional, 13-month experience for college graduates

Qualifications

Persons who wish to apply for the telecommunications fellow positions must:

1. Complete at least a bachelor’s degree program by December 2019, with a major or minor in at least one of the following areas*:

• Mass Media Communications

• Journalism (Broadcast or Video & Film)

• Communications/Communication Arts (Electronic Media, Broadcasting)

• Telecommunications

• Radio/Television

2. Have production experience in one or more of the following areas: videography, editing, directing, lighting, and/or audio production;

3. Have excellent written and oral communications skills; and

4. Submit a packet of all application materials postmarked on or before May 31, 2019.

In addition, applicants are expected to have a strong overall academic record. Residents and nonresidents of the state of Ohio may apply. Prior political involvement or participation in a political party is not required.

Application procedures

To be considered for the 2020 program, one complete application packet must be postmarked on or before May 31, 2019, and must include one original of each of the following items:

• a 2020 Telecommunications Application form;

•a resumé;

•unofficial transcript(s) from each college or university attended (for more than one quarter or semester);

• two sealed letters of recommendation;

•a carefully edited two- to four-page typewritten personal statement; and

• a five-minute (max) demo reel publicly accessible via web link with your name and duties related to the project(s) clearly indicated

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Paid, full-time, professional, 13-month experience for college graduates

Qualifications

* Applicants must submit a packet of all application materials by the April 1, 2019, postmark deadline, and have completed at least a bachelor’s degree program by December 2019.

* Persons with graduate or law degrees also may apply. There are no requirements placed on major fields of study except for the two fellows assigned to OGT/The Ohio Channel, who must have a telecommunications or related degree.

* Most successful applicants have a strong academic record, and all have excellent written and oral communication skills.

* Residents and nonresidents of the state of Ohio may apply.

*Prior political involvement or participation in a political party is not required.

Application procedures

To be considered for the 2020 program, one complete application packet must be postmarked on or before April 1, 2019, and must include each

of the following items:

• a 2020 Legislative Application form;

• a resumé;

• transcript(s) from each college or university attended (for more than one quarter or semester);

• two sealed letters of recommendation; and

• a carefully edited two- to four-page typewritten personal statement.

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I am a local business owner in downtown Bluffton. I run three businesses, BB Investments, Beyond Budgeting, and Love Legacy through our office. It has been a beneficial opportunity for me to work with Bluffton University students as well as the students to gain office experience and practical hands-on experience. I am in need of an individual that is excellent at computer data entry, computer skills that have the ability to teach these skills to an "older generation" individual. I would like this person to be creative, confidential and sensitive to details.

This position is flexible, and only requires a few hours a week, unless more is needed. Currently, this is an unpaid position.

If interested, please contact

Beth Boehr - beth@lovelegacy.com

Sink Hollow, the national undergraduate literary journal at Utah State University, is seeking provocative, resonant, polished pieces of undergraduate work to be published in Spring 2019. We accept original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. All students currently enrolled as undergraduates at two- and four-year colleges and universities are invited to submit!

Please visit us at http://www.sinkhollow.org/ and submit your work at https://sinkhollow.submittable.com/submit

The 2019 Bill Ransom Founders Scholarship sponsored by Tebot Bach and Centrum

2019 Scholarship Information:

The 2019 recipient will receive a scholarship to attend the Port Townsend Writers Conference in Port Townsend Washington, July 14-21, 2019. The scholarship covers the cost of the morning workshop of choice, the afternoon workshops, travel expenses, meals and lodging. The recipient may, at her or his own discretion, travel to Port Townsend prior to the workshop, to attend some or all of the conference events which occur prior to July 14th at her or his own expense

Applicants must submit all documents via email by March 1, 2019 To :

Jordan Hartt jharttATcentrumDOTorg

Pease direct any questions to Mifanwy Kaiser mifanwy.kaiserATgmailDOTcom

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In celebration of the 3rd Annual Civil Rights Transportation Symposium, (3)Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to (3) individual students currently enrolled in a post high school education focusing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) related fields. The Civil Rights Transportation Symposium Scholarship focuses on broadening the number of individuals in the management and operation ranks of the engineering and transportation industry.

Required Documents to Submit

• Scholarship Application. A completed and signed form is required;

• Verification. Statement from a Bursar/Ombudsman staff person at your college or university confirming financial need, current enrollment; and

• Transcript. Provide information that indicates current GPA;

• Resume. Provide past and current information regarding your work career;

• Essay. Your submission must not exceed a maximum 800-word typed essay, double spaced with an 11-point Arial font in an MS Word document.

Topic: In your own words describe how the Civil Rights Act has impacted the transportation industry to date, and the role you foresee it having in the future.

Completed application and all supporting documents must be received via email no later than 11:59pm on March 1, 2019. Please electronically submit all information to Maria Davila at Maria.Davila@dot.ohio.gov. The Scholarship award winners must be present to accept the award at the 3rd Annual Civil Rights Symposium on April 09, 2019. Winners will be notified prior to event.

ELIGIBILITY

Undergraduates working toward a degree in an accredited U.S. college or university during the contest submission period are eligible to enter the CUP Competition.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

? Application and Manuscript. Complete the application form and upload your manuscript file online at www.nfsps.submittable.com. The manuscript must be a single document that contains only your title page followed by ten poems. Once you have uploaded the file, you cannot make edits. Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx (MS Word) and .pdf.

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ANGLES is currently open to submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, photography, and visual art by college-aged writers with distinct perspectives on ourselves and our world. As a web-based literary magazine edited by students at St. John Fisher College, ANGLES prioritizes new voices and takes pride in being among a writer's first publications.

Guidelines:

Do not include your name ANYWHERE within your work. If you do, it will break our hearts, but we will reject it immediately. We do not accept multiple submissions. Simultaneous submissions are fine by us, but please let us know ASAP if the work you sent us is accepted elsewhere.

Fiction and creative nonfiction submissions must be 3000 words or less. We prefer shorter.

For poetry, please send 3-5 poems in a single document.

Visit our website at angles.sjfc.edu for more information, or go to angleslitmag.submittable.com and send us your work

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