[Spring 2018] PMC Newsletter #5
PMC Newsletter #5
Hello Publications and Media Community! We hope everyone’s had a lovely spring break! Now that it’s finally warm enough to be Spring, we at the PMC are getting back into the grind with some more summer job postings, a brand-new Student Media Academy workshop, and to unwind, a free local showing of the Princess Bride. 
Table of Contents:
  1. Events
  2. PMC Resources
  3. Community & Partner Resources
  4. PMC Spotlights
  5. Jobs & Opportunities
  6. Social Media
Productivity Fact:
A study in 2015 found people to work around 30 minutes more than usual during rainy weather. Read more here!
Community Events & Deadlines
PMC Events
Student Media Academy: Lighting
Apr. 18th | 5pm-7pm | MLK 177
Student Media Academy, a workshop series curated to teach useful skills for the world of publications and media. The workshop will be an hour long, followed by a reception (HOT DRINKS & HOT TAKES, a PMC event focused on united the PUBS & MEDIA community).
Community Events
Apr. 11th | 12pm-1:30pm | BAMPFA
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!
Publication & Media Spotlight
Innovative Design is a team of UC Berkeley graphic designers, web designers, and photographers that work to provide services such as the provision of design consulting, photography, web development, and marketing work for campus organizations and local startups. You can submit a request through their website here!
The La Raza Law Journal produces knowledge designed to capture the imagination of legislators, stir the consciences of judges, and provide a dynamic tool for practitioners concerned with the impact of their work on behalf of the Latinx community. The Journal was established to provide a forum, which previously did not exist, to analyze legal issues affecting the Latinx community. Previous issues have addressed bilingual education, affirmative action, immigration law, labor law and policy, voting rights, community empowerment, new models of organizing labor, rural communities, and Latinx Critical Legal Theory. You can read their latest articles on their website, here!
PMC Staff Spotlight
Summer Farah is a managing editor of Berkeley Fiction Review & an executive board member of CalSLAM. She is a current Board Liaison and Special Projects manager at the PMC, joining us for her second year as a staff member!
Remy D'Agnillo is the current Project Manager for Marketing at the PMC! They’re a senior Media Studies major and a fun fact about them is that they are a double Pisces in their sun and moon signs so they’re filled with emotion!
Jobs, Submissions, & Opportunities
SERC
The Student Environmental Resource Center here at Berkeley is hiring a graphic designer for the Fall 2018 school year. Starting during Summer 2018 is also an option. Proficiency with Illustrator and InDesign required, photography experience preferred! 
Health4theWorld is a nonprofit dedicated to spreading awareness of and creating innovative tools to combat medical shortages around the world. They are currently hiring a journalism intern to assist in content management and website writing.
Dreamworks is hiring an artistic development intern for the summer! Main tasks include communications, event coordination and creation of design elements. Apply today! 
The AMA is a large talent development and business consultation organization based in San Francisco. They are currently seeking a Summer Digital Media Intern who will assist with podcast production, web content management and client communication with Adobe Systems. Interns will be paid - apply today!
PMC Staff Picks
Open Mouth
Open Mouth is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to increase access to, and engagement with, the literary arts in Northwest Arkansas. To that end, 2018 marks the inaugural year of the Open Mouth Poetry Retreat. This four-day writing residency will bring poets from all over to the Ozark foothills, establishing community and collaboration with each other and the region.
Photo Gallery
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.