[Spring 2018] PMC Newsletter #1
PMC Newsletter #2
Hello Publications and Media Community! It’s unreasonably cold, exams and papers are coming up, and it’s also flu season. We at the PMC bring you an Edible Books festival, poem-a-day services, and lots of summer internship opportunities to help us all get through these tough times. 
Table of Contents:
  1. PMC Updates
  2. Events & Deadlines
  3. PMC Resources & Programs
  4. PMB Updates
  5. Publication Spotlight
  6. PMC Spotlight
  7. Jobs & Scholarships
  8. PMC Staff Picks
  9. Photo Gallery
  10. Social Media
Stress Relief Fact: Every year, Sweden holds a rabbit show jumping competition called kanihop, every year. It’s been so popular many other countries have adopted the practice. Watch the bunnies take their leaps here.
PMC Updates
Sign up to host a workshop in Student Media Academy here! Workshop hosts get a $100 stipend for their work!
New Open Community Cage Policy
The PMC will now have one secured cage that we maintain and one unsecured cage in which the entire community will have the lock combo but do not have to contact the PMC every time they want to access the cage. The open cage will be cage 81, and the lock combo is available by request as long as your org registered on CalLink.
Community Events & Deadlines
Community Events
Mar. 4th | 3:30pm | Banatao Auditorium
Join UC Berkeley's premier cinematic fraternity, Delta Kappa Alpha, on a night of glitz celebrating the Oscars! The Oscars screening will begin at 3:45pm and will be screened for entirety of program. Food and refreshments will be provided! Be sure to don your best oscars attire onto our red carpet and we look forward to seeing you there! 
Mar. 6th
This chapbook, themed Counting, Recounting, is set to publish in April. In this issue, we want to think about poetic modes of counting (for example, counting lines, or metrical units -- cataloging -- "making count"), and to explore the resonances between "to count" and "to recount." What can emerge from the space between enumeration and experience, enumeration and song? For this issue, please send us work that is in some way in dialogue with these question, or others resonant with our theme.
Feb. 12th - Mar. 12th
The Berkeley Fiction Review is a forum for short fiction, published annually. We invite submissions of previously unpublished short stories from around the country and the world.
Mar. 27th
Calling for Art submissions! All types of art are welcome.
Apr. 3rd
Edible Book Festivals feature creative food projects that draw their inspiration from books and stories. Edible books might physically resemble books, or they might refer to an aspect of a story, or they might incorporate text.
Apr. 11th | 12pm-1:30pm | BAMPFA
Free, no ticket needed. The Black Aesthetic is an Oakland-based artist collective of artists, writers, filmmakers and designers who curate film screenings and publish a journal of essays about black film and culture.
Want to have your org's event featured here? Email studentmedia@berkeley.edu for inquiries with "[YOUR ORG NAME] Newsletter Event Feature Request" as the subject.
PMC Resources & Programs
Did you know we offer 6 FREE programs for all student publication and media organizations? Click on the images to learn more!
Publications and Media Board Updates
The Publications & Media Board elections are coming up! Look to the accompanying graphic for more information on the Board.Nominate yourself using the form below. This nomination form will be open until Monday, March 19th, 11:59PM. Elections will take place on CalLink between March 20th to April 11th in which primary contacts will vote on behalf of their organization. Tabulations will be held on April 13th.
Publication Spotlight
The Cal Literature and Arts Magazine (or CLAM) is a Berkeley student run organization dedicated to the publication of works of short fiction, poetry, and art in a bi-annually produced magazine. They aim to highlight the creative accomplishments of the Berkeley student community whilst simultaneously providing a space for new writers and artists to publish their works, share their ideas, and gain exposure. They are currently accepting submissions until March 25th. Please send written submissions to clam.submissions@gmail.com, and art submissions to clam.art.editor@gmail.com.
The Berkeley Political Review is a non-partisan political news magazine created by Berkeley students dedicated to promoting awareness and interest in news and politics through their quarterly publication and blog. They are endorsed by the Institute of Governmental Studies and the Journalism School on campus, and have been invited to the Alliance of Collegiate Editors. If you are interested in writing for BPR, contact them here: https://bpr.berkeley.edu/contact/
PMC Staff Spotlight
Jessica Zhao is the PMC’s current director and a PMB Steering Committee Member. She is a Media Studies and History fourth year student, with a passion for film! Her speciality is organized chaos.
Anna Ho is one of the PMC’s newest staff members, a recent addition to PMC’s Marketing and Communications team. She is a freshman English major and she mainly thinks in terms of puns.
Jobs & Scholarships
Scholarships
The American Cultures Center at Berkeley is accepting submissions of essays, creative writing, or digital media projects for its $1000 research prize. The award recognizes outstanding student works which “strengthen understanding of the diversity surrounding the American experience”. In addition to their work, an applicant must submit an essay and a letter of support from a mentor.
Jobs
NPR is looking for summer interns! Typical positions in editorial include news, arts & entertainment, and multimedia. They are also looking to hiring corporate interns in marketing, design, business development, distribution, and more. Deadline is March 4, 2018!
Work for Disney! ABC7 (KABC-TV) is hiring summer interns in production, digital news, sports news and assignment reporting in Glendale, CA and Burbank, CA. Full time positions, interns will be paid.
KQED San Francisco is hiring interns in broadcast, visual, and print journalism! Corporate positions also available. Internships last 6 months from June to December 2018, approximately 16 hours of work per week.
The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHRC) in Washington D.C. is searching for summer journalism interns to assist in every area from social media management to copy writing. The deadline is March 15th, 2018.
AC Transit is hiring a summer media intern for its Oakland office! Focus will be on brand marketing and journalism, internship is paid. Undergraduate and graduate student students welcome to apply! 
PMC Staff Picks
Get a poem in your inbox every day with the Academy of American Poets! 
Photo Gallery
Student Media Academy and Hot Drinks & Hot Takes
We held out first workshop in the Student Media Academy series this past Wednesday!
Meet our staff + board!
Come say hi at MLK 177, Monday to Thursday 12pm to 9pm, Fridays 12pm to 5pm!
Visit us at MLK 177 (M-TH 12-9 / F 12-5) or at studentmedia.berkeley.edu

The PMC supports 100+ organizations, reaching thousands of students. Want to have your org's events, opportunities, publications, or media featured in our newsletter? Email studentmedia@berkeley.edu for inquiries with "[YOUR ORG NAME] Newsletter Feature Request" as the subject.