Humanities Career News

Spring 2016 - February 11

Greetings from Your Career Consultant

Hello everyone! I was happy to see some Franklin folks representing at the UGA Spring Career Fair last week. Remember, it's not too late to be looking for jobs and internships or to come in and get your resume and applications materials critiqued.


See below for info on other events happening in the next few weeks that may be of interest to you. As always, please feel free to reach out to me with any career-related questions you have.

In This Report

  1. Meet with Kate
  2. Upcoming Events
  3. Good Reads
  4. About Kate Templeton

Meet with Kate

To schedule an appointment, call 706-542-3375. I can assist you with choosing a major, writing your resume, statements of interest, cover letters, job search strategies, interviewing, applying to graduate school and any other career-related topic that is on your mind.


Weekly Walk-In hours (no appointment needed):

Career Center Computer Lab - Wednesdays 12-2pm*


*Career Center walk-ins are available every day of the week, but I will personally be assisting students on Wednesdays.

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Other Career Center Events

#UGAjobchat: How to Find a Job

Thursday, February 11th

3:00 - 4:00pm

Online


Explore Lab - Exploring Majors Workshop

Tuesday, February 16th

3:30 - 5:00pm

Clark Howell Hall, Room 264 Computer Lab


Networking 101

Tuesday, February 16th

5:00 - 6:00pm

MLC 150


Careers in Nonprofit (panel discussion)

Thursday, February 18th

6:00 - 7:30pm

MLC 148


LinkedIn 101

Monday, February 22nd

5:00 - 6:00pm

MLC 148


Career Advice for First Year Students

Tuesday, February 23rd

6:00 - 7:30pm

MLC 148

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University of Georgia Press

The University of Georgia Press offers a number of unpaid internships.


These positions allow students who are interested in a career in book publishing to learn about scholarly and trade book publishing and to gain valuable on-the-job experience.


Students may apply to intern in one of the following areas:

  • Acquisitions
  • Editorial
  • Design, Production & Restocking
  • Marketing


Read more here.

Georgia Museum of Art

Interns are expected to work approximately 12-15 hours per week as well as one special event per semester (unless otherwise specified). Internships at the museum are non-credit. Most internships at the museum are volunteer (i.e., unpaid), but interns gain valuable experience and contacts. All interns at the Georgia Museum of Art must be at least rising juniors in college.


Students may apply to intern in one of the following areas:

  • Design and Preparation
  • Education
  • Curatorial
  • Publications
  • Public Relations


Read more here.

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About Kate Templeton

Kate officially started saying "Go Dawgs" in December of 2014 when she began working in the UGA Career Center. She is a graduate of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education. After working for several years as a public school teacher and an administrator and intern with a nonprofit, Kate returned to school and earned her Master of Science in Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


As a Certified Federal Career Coach, Kate is dedicated to engaging students and the university community in the many opportunities available in the federal government. She is enjoying the opportunity to connect with employers and educate students in all majors on the merits of experiential education.