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THE ITHACAN

 Junior Keenan Griebel is frustrated with ICLA program and its class offerings.  She thinks ICLA should either be only for film majors or inclusive for all.

Commentary: ICLA program is not inclusive for all

By Keenan Griebel April 11, 2023
Either way, there must be a more honest representation of the program so students are no longer disappointed by a lack of options for them.
Junior Molly Fitzsimons believes that solely showcasing the most successful alumni as guest speakers gives a false impression to students about the reality of job hunting.

Commentary: Exceptional guest speakers create false assumptions

By Molly Fitzsimons March 8, 2023
Ithaca College has a habit of showcasing its previous students who have gone above and beyond in the industry,
Senior Cheyenne Blout discusses the importance of your social media and encourages students to think about how hiring managers may perceive them based on their personal accounts

Commentary: Social media impacts the hiring process

By Cheyenne Blount October 21, 2021
When my mom told me the marketing department for the company she works at decided to go with one candidate over another due to her following on Instagram, I was shocked
Collin Kane, a junior integrated marketing communications major, writes about the experience he has had at small business startups and their unique benefits.

Commentary: Small company internships provide valuable experience

By Collin Kane November 14, 2018
My advice: look small before planning big. Doing research can help you decide what size company is best for you.
Zoe Levitt, junior Integrated Marketing Communications major, writes that students should utilize the colleges Career Services in order to go the extra mile in todays difficult job and internship market.

Commentary: Job market demands 110 percent

By Zoe Levitt October 30, 2018
If we want to secure our futures at this time, maybe we need to stop waiting on our parents’ connections and give 110 percent.
Dennis Charsky, associate professor and program director for communication, management and design in the Department of Strategic Communication, is the program director for the live event minor.

New Park minor to focus on event design

By Hannah Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer September 24, 2018
Ithaca College has added a new minor — live event management and design — in the Roy H. Park School of Communications for the 2018 fall semester.
Tal Torovezky ’17 and senior Hannah Mautz helped to plan the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards during their three-month-long internship with ACM.

Student and alum help plan annual awards show in Los Angeles

By Emily Lussier, Staff Writer April 24, 2018
During their three-month-long internship, Tal Torovezky '17 and senior Hannah Mautz were working to plan for the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Seniors expected to see job hires increase by 5 percent

Seniors expected to see job hires increase by 5 percent

By Madeline Veneziano, Staff Writer May 2, 2017
The National Association of Colleges and Employers expect employers to hire 5 percent more college graduates from the class of 2017 than 2016.
Sophomore Ian Sawyer looked into summer internships pertaining to his English major but found that most paid minimum wage or nothing at all. Usually, he works about 60 hours a week during the summer.

Access to internships perpetuates inequality

By Bianca Mestiza and Sophie Johnson April 26, 2017
"It leaves out in the dust students who look at the opportunity and conclude they don’t have the means to be able to work for free,” Yamada said.

Just Some Good News…

By Christina Tudor April 6, 2015

So I had the misfortune of getting very sick with a cold on Sunday after a wonderful weekend that I spent with a close friend who was visiting from her college. I am now in that stage where I feel better...

Caryanne Kennan, assistant director of career development at Career Services, teaches senior Danielle West to use the Career Shift program.

Internship season raises questions among students about requirements

By Jack Curran, Staff Writer November 15, 2012
As the semester winds down, students are beginning to search for spring and summer internship possibilities, and for some the difference between internships requiring credit or not may be a deciding factor.

Job and Internship Fair to connect students with employers

By Sydney Fusto, Contributing Writer September 10, 2012
Ithaca College Career Services is hosting the fall Job, Internship & Volunteer Fair on Monday night in Emerson Suites.
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