if you are interested in any of these jobs, contact these folks directly or via New Media Department chair Larry Latour or Jon Ippolito.

Designer for Operation Breaking Stereotypes

Wanted — Graphic Designer for Lesson and Study Guide materials. Operation Breaking Stereotypes, a non-profit organization in Orono that facilitates understanding, appreciation, and connections between diverse groups of learners, is looking for someone who can do graphic design for a lesson and study guide that will accompany a documentary film that was made about the organization. We need the design by Nov. 30. Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Connie Carter

Operation Breaking Stereotypes

P.O. Box 633

Orono, ME 04473

obstereotypes [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Stipend at completion of work: $250. (or may be done as a “for credit” project)

Deep Wind / User Interface jobs

I wanted to make you aware of two job opportunities for artists / new media majors. If you know anyone that might be interested, please pass this along!

1) This job would be working with the DeepCWind team at the AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites center. We’re looking for talented artists and graphic designers who would be willing to work 20-30 hours a week. They would need to work well with a team of 10-15 people. The actual job is pretty diverse, and will range from print media, to videos, to other creative ideas. It’s a great opportunity to experience what it really is to work with a true communications team on projects that might be out of the ordinary. Most importantly, these students need to have passion!

2) This job would be working with myself and two others on a project we’re implementing. Essentially, we’re looking for someone who is interested in UI/UX. They will be responsible for consulting our current system, and providing feedback as to its functionality. Project details available per inquiry.

Keep in mind, these are separate job possibilities, both of which would be working with me :) . If you know anyone interested, please pass this along to them, and have them send me an email for more information.


John M. Poulin

john [DOT] m [DOT] poulin [AT] maine [DOT] edu

Computer Science and German Double Major

German Club President

UMaine Cyber Security Team Treasurer / Secretary

Research Assistant – AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites

Web Editor – The Maine Campus


Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

I was recommended by a friend to look to hire a student with a knowledge in SEO for my company’s website. Do you have any students you may recommend to help me on some of my company’s websites and blogs for compensation?

Thank you!

Brendan C. Fontaine

Reliant Mortgage Company

Lewiston & Auburn Branch

Office: 207.514.0855

Fax: 207.321.5383

NMLS # 102571



brendanfontaine [AT] gmail [DOT] com

RiseUp Human Resources Web site

I wanted to make you aware of a great opportunity we have for a student intern down at the System’s office. 

Thomas Hopkins

Director Compensation & Benefits

University of Maine System

16 Central St

Bangor ME 04401

thopkins [AT] maine [DOT] edu

P: 207 973 3388

F: 207 973 3384

Unique opportunity to combine strong communication technique with advanced web-site design skills.

The University of Maine System’s Office of Human Resources is offering an internship concentrating in the area of web site Health and Wellness communications. UMS’s Health and Wellness program “RiseUp”, which was launched in 2009, primarily communicates through its website portal: http://www.umsriseup.info/ . The successful candidate will work closely with the System Director of Compensation and Benefits and the System-wide Manager of Health Improvement to understand the goals, objectives and challenges being faced by RiseUp. We are looking for someone who wants to get engaged not just in the technology but also in the challenge of making RiseUp the best Health and Wellness site in higher education.

The intern in this position will:

• Provide web design and content alternatives to improve employee engagement with RiseUp.

• Redesign the website to make ongoing change and maintenance easier

• Implement changes

• Work closely with UMS external communications consultant to keep the site fresh and information relevant.

• Provide communication solutions that increase employee engagement

• Support individual university Health and Wellness staff in the deployment of communications and messaging.

The opportunities would only be limited to intern’s imagination.



• Web design and maintenance experience

• Broad based community communication and engagement experience

• Strong oral and written communication skills

• Extrovert


• Knowledge of EKTRON software

• Community healthcare experience

• Graduate student preferred, but skilled undergrad considered

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