Table of Contents Grafton Integrated Health Network: Virtual Info Session, April 27 @12:00pm
Valley Health Interview Tips: April 24 @2:00pm Shenandoah County Public Schools: Position Openings BVM Sports: Sports Writing Internship Ask a Music Theatre Alum: Erin Long Krellenstein '13
Grafton Integrated Health Network Virtual Info Session, April 27 @12:00pm
Grafton Integrated Health Network will host a virtual info session
on Monday, April 27 starting at noon. Grafton provides a comprehensive network of services including psychiatric care, social support, education, and medical management for infants, children, adolescents and adults with behavioral health and intellectual disabilities. There are several current opportunities for full and part-time jobs and internships.
Positions include Teacher's Assistant, Psychiatric Student Services Associate, Program Clinician, Case Manager, Direct Support Professional, and more. PleaseRSVPto receive the Zoom meeting information. For more information, please contact Career Services at email@example.com.
Valley Health Interview Tips: April 24 @2:00pm
Valley Health is hosting a virtual info session on April 24, from 2:00 - 4:00pm and will be giving students advice and tips on how to excel in interviews. Join the virtual event to participate in a question and answer session to review common interview questions, body language and nonverbal communication, questions to ask the employer, and many more topics.
Students will have the ability to chat in a one on one setting with representatives from Valley Health and should prepare questions ahead to ask ahead of time, just as they would for an interview. Representatives will provide you with information you need to
know for an in-person or virtual interview.
Shenandoah County Public Schools Position Openings
Shenandoah County Public Schools are currently hiring for teaching, administrative, and support staff positions. Teaching positions in science, special education, english, art, and more are available from elementary to the high school level. Administrative positions and support staff position openings include assistant principal, superintendent, paraprofessionals, and more.
The website features teacher testimonies on why they love working for Shenandoah County Public Schools and recruitment video to show more of why working in Shenandoah County Public Schools is a great career opportunity.
Best Version Media (BVM), an international media company headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin, is looking to hire a sports writing intern for their brand new internship program. The program consists of 20 hours per week and students can receive course credit. BVM Sports is a media entity dedicated to providing local, national and international sports coverage and plans to launch their new website this summer.
BVM Sports is seeking students for the 2020-2021 academic school year to become Sports Writing Interns. They are looking for talented student journalists interested in expanding their portfolio with real world media experience while being provided professional-level training, one-on-one mentorship with professional writers, and story critique from professional editors. Each week, interns will be given the opportunity to pursue different types of sports stories and offered advising and oversight to assist in their development as sports writers.
Interns will also have the possibility to cover large sporting events
as credentialed media members as well as enter to win Best Version Media’s student sports writing awards. Cover letters must be addressed to Michael Cianciolo, Sports Writing Supervisor.
Apply to start your career and gain experience in sports journalism with BVM Sports!
Ask a Music Theatre Alum:
Erin Long Krellenstein '13
Erin Long Krellenstein ’13 chose Shenandoah University because she knew in her gut it was the right fit for her. She felt a sense of ease when auditioning with Shenandoah Conservatory and a strong sense of community while touring the campus. “I knew that I could completely be myself; in a classroom setting, in a social setting, and also creatively,” said Krellenstein. “I appreciated how within the musical theatre program that our teachers were focused on using our individuality, instead of molding us to be what perhaps the theatre industry expected of us. I knew that I wanted a really strong sense of community in my college experience and that is exactly what I received from Shenandoah.”
Krellenstein’s fondest memories during her time at Shenandoah include hanging out in the Ruebush Hall lobby in between classes, the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, being a work-study student in the conservatory office, Alpha Psi Omega’s Guerrilla Theatre Nights, 8 a.m. ballet class with Adjunct Assistant Professor of Dance Robyn Schroth, M.A., midnight breakfasts during finals week, and forging long-lasting friendships. She also cherishes all the theatrical experiences she was able to have at the university whether she was performing or was watching as an audience member.
“Shenandoah University is truly a special and unique place. I’m not sure you will find a more creatively engaging, progressive and welcoming school.”
Krellenstein is a seventh grade theatre teacher and artistic associate for the New York City Charter School of the Arts in New York, New York. In this role, she introduces students to basic acting techniques and skills. In the fall, Krellenstein helps coach eighth grade students with their high school audition material (monologues and songs) before they audition for some of the top performing arts high schools in the country. Then, as an artistic associate, she plans and manages the showcases for the school’s artistic disciplines, which help track student data and development in their programs.