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Summer Internship Job Descriptions

Hover over the desired department and click for descriptions.  Academic Affairs - East

 Academic Affairs - West

 Academic Affairs & Student Services - Brunswick  Access & Community Engagement - District  Access & Community Engagement - Metro  Access & Completion - District

 Adjunct Services & Center For Learning Excellence – East

 Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE)- East

 Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE)- Metro, Unified Technology Center

 Biology Laboratory - West

 Biology/Chemistry/Physics - Westshore  Business Development - Corporate College East  Campus President's Office - East

 Campus President's Office - Metro  Campus President's Office - West  Center for Learning Excellence - East  Center for Learning Excellence – Metro (2)  Center for Learning Excellence - West

 Center for Learning Excellence - Westshore/Corporate College West

 Client Solutions and Programs - Corporate College East & Corporate College West

 Compliance & Business Continuity - District  Counseling & Access Services - West  Creative Arts - West

 Creative Arts Academy - Metro

 Creative Arts, Visual Communications & Design - East & West

 English - Metro

 Enrollment Center - Metro

 Foundation/Communications & Outreach - District  Gateway to College & Adult Diploma Programs

-Metro

 Honors - District

 Hospitality Services & Retail Operations - Corporate College East

 Hospitality Services & Retail Operations - Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Human Resources - Jerry Sue Thornton Center  Information Technology, Center of Excellence

-Metro, ATTC

 Information Technology, User Services - Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Integrated Communication - Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Leadership Enrichment & Development (LEAD) -Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Learning Commons - East  Learning Commons - Metro  Learning Commons - West

 Learning Commons - Westshore/Corporate College West

 Learning Outcomes Assessment - Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Media Arts & Film Making - Metro

 Minority Univ. Research Edu. Project (MUREP) Aerospace Academy - Metro

 Nursing - Metro

 Occupational Therapy Assistant Program - Metro  Ohio College Tech Prep - Metro

 Payroll Services - District

 Physical Therapy Assisting - Metro

 Planning, Budget and Strategic Support - District  President’s Office & Board of Trustee Office

-District

 Recording Arts and Technology - Metro  Social Sciences - West

 Student Affairs - East  Student Affairs - West

 Student Affairs - Westshore/Corporate College West

 Student Production Office - Metro  Student Services - Brunswick  Student Support Services - Metro  Student Support Services - West

 Transfer & Articulation - Jerry Sue Thornton Center

 Transfer Center - Metro

 Upward Bound Math & Science - Metro  Women in Transition - East

 Women in Transition - Metro  Workforce, Community, Education &

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    Department Name:  Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE)  Number of Openings:  1  Campus/Location:  Eastern Campus  Reports to (Supervisor):  Lana Benton  Work Schedule:  Monday, Wednesday and Friday    Internship Dates   5/31/16 to 8/12/2016            Learning Objectives:     Increase good working customer service skills to better serve incoming students via in person or  telephone.    Gain experience by assisting in developing and/or increase technology skills using social media  resources to assist the ABLE program to reach out to students who have dropped out.   Gain experience by assisting with “special projects” e.g. Annual GED® Graduation, Special Events  in the community representing Tri‐C’s ABLE program.    Build critical thinking and analytical skills by providing recommendations for improvement of a  project    Required Qualifications:   Some experience working in an office     Basic working knowledge using Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)    Able to provide some basic tutoring in the areas of math or reading    Preferred Qualifications:   Education major   Administrative Office System major     Office experience  

Summer Internship Program

Position Description  

May 31, 2016 to August 12, 2016 

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    Department Name:  Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE)  Number of Openings:  1  Campus/Location:  Unified Technology Center   Reports to (Supervisor):  Gloria Mobley   Work Schedule:  Monday, Wednesday and Friday    Internship Dates:  5/31/2016 to 8/12/2016            Learning Objectives:     Increase good working customer service skills to better serve incoming students via in person or  telephone.    Gain experience by assisting in developing and/or increase technology skills using social media  resources to assist the ABLE program to reach out to students who have dropped out.   Gain experience by assisting with “special projects” e.g. Annual GED® Graduation, Special Events  in the community representing Tri‐C’s ABLE program.    Build critical thinking and analytical skills by providing recommendations for improvement of a  project    Required Qualifications:   Some experience working in an office     Basic working knowledge using Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)    Able to provide some basic tutoring in the areas of math or reading    Preferred Qualifications:   Education major   Administrative Office System major     Office experience  

Summer Internship Program

Position Description  

May 31, 2016 to August 12, 2016 

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Department Name: Creative Arts, Visual Communications & Design

Number of Openings: 1

Campus/Location: East & West Campus Reports to (Supervisor): Catherine Lamb

Work Schedule: Twenty hours per week Internship Dates: 5/31/2016 to 8/12/2016

Learning Objectives:

• Learn good customer service skills by assisting with Creative Arts alumni survey. Communicate via telephone, email and social media to request employment updates and samples of alumni work.

• Learn how to build and maintain an image library by designing and implementing the archive of alumni projects and information.

• Learn how to build a portfolio by updating the VCD Department student work portfolio. • Learn how to effectively communicate to various audiences by updating our existing social

media sites and developing new ones.

• Learn how to brand effectively. Re-design the weekly Creative Arts newsletter. Produce the newsletter.

Required Qualifications:

• Visual Communication & Design majors or students with a knowledge of visual communication & design

• Basic knowledge of the elements and principles of design and Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

• Excellent interpersonal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

• HTML, animation and 3D program knowledge and skills are preferred but not necessary • Skilled in Adobe Bridge and Microsoft Excel is preferable but not necessary

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Department Name: Human Resources

Number of Openings: 2

Campus/Location: Jerry Sue Thornton Center

Reports to (Supervisor): Huda Farunia / Lillian Welch

Work Schedule: Between the hours of 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Internship Dates: 6/1/2016 to 8/12/2016

Learning Objectives:

 Understanding of Benefits process

 Understanding of Compensation process

 Understanding of sourcing open positions

 Understanding of Talent Management/People Admin system

Required Qualifications:  Business management

Human Resources

Preferred Qualifications:

 Human Resource coursework

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Department Name: Integrated Communication

Number of Openings: 1

Campus/Location: Jerry Sue Thornton Center Reports to (Supervisor): Eric Wheeler

Work Schedule: To be determined

Internship Dates: 5/31/2016 to 8/12/2016

Learning Objectives:

• Photographic research and selection from Tri-C’s internal image database as well as external stock photography sites

• Designing marketing materials such as ads, flyers, brochures and posters • Creating graphics for web and social media use

• Designing charts, infographics and logos

Required Qualifications:

• Proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite (especially InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop) and Microsoft Office

• Working knowledge of web and interactive design • Ability to accurately follow direction

Preferred Qualifications:

• Working knowledge of print production • A flair for color and typography

• Some copy editing and creative writing ability

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Position Description

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