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Cultural Publication Fellow

Website SafeStride

Ideal Applicants: More advanced students seeking leadership and deeper career engagement deepen their engagement in creative content development through cultural publications; professional experience and foundational industry understanding is required. [2nd – 4th Year Students]

  • Encouraged majors/areas of study: Cultural studies, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Anthropology, History, Communications, Marketing, Graphic Design, Journalism, Public Relations, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Computer Science, Language Studies, Data Science, AI and Machine Learning, Digital Media, Business Administration/General Business, Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Duration: 7-12+ flexible hours/week alongside a busy academic schedule; positions semester-long, year-long, or more—varies with individual student goals, abilities, and performance; weekly responsibilities prioritize quality of project experience rather than quantity of hours logged.

Objective: To advance students’ leadership and professional expertise in cultural publications, creatively intersecting real-world career functions with artificial intelligence (AI) competencies. Fellows will develop essential skills in managing cultural research, producing creative and engaging content, and utilizing AI tools to optimize communication and outreach.

Fellows in this role will be assigned to project opportunities based on their skills, department needs, and current organizational goals. Responsibilities vary by specific assignment within the department but may include:

  • Strategic Management and Oversight:
    • Oversee the blog’s content strategy to reflect community insights, safety perceptions, and cultural impacts.
    • Lead the execution of blog, podcast, technical writing, and multimedia projects focused on cultural impact and aligning with SafeStride’s mission.
  • Research and Data Collection:
    • Conduct comprehensive qualitative research, including interviews and field research to capture relevant community and cultural themes.
    • Gather data and stories for narrative-driven content that emphasizes community engagement.
  • Content Development and Production:
    • Ensure the production of high-quality content that captures community experiences and the cultural impact of SafeStride’s initiatives.
    • Collaborate across roles to represent research findings accurately and coherently with SafeStride’s branding.
  • Multimedia and Design Collaboration:
    • Facilitate partnerships with the Publication and Multimedia departments to create dynamic, multimedia content that complements narrative-driven research.
    • Work with design teams to ensure that publications are visually appealing and align with SafeStride’s aesthetic and cultural messaging.
  • Academic and Professional Engagement:
    • Drive the recognition and dissemination of research findings within both academic and non-academic circles.
    • Foster relationships with universities and academic journals to enhance SafeStride’s visibility and engagement strategies.
  • Project Coordination and Leadership:
    • Oversee the development of materials for cultural engagement and community outreach, guiding the creation of community-focused publications.
  • Department-Wide A.I. Integration:
    • Use AI tools like Crimson Hexagon and Google Cloud Natural Language to analyze cultural data, spot trends, and customize content for varied audiences.

**Our fellowships are eligible for academic credit towards specific degree programs (3 credit hours = 120 internship hours completed). Eligibility varies by individual and degree program, so please specify degree program details when applying to ensure you meet the requirements. 

Application Instructions:
Please make sure to select "Cultural Publication" when prompted. This will ensure your application is considered for this specific department's fellowship. You are welcome to select multiple departments/sectors for consideration if you are interested in more than one opportunity. Explore Opportunities: [ ]

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Listing Expires: May 29, 2024
Major(s): Advertising, Journalism, media, Media, Media Production, Management, and Technology, Newspaper, Public Relations