College Intern Program with Meler Productions

This is for students in an approved school program for credit. We’ll work with you on scheduling around your program dates. The program is 4 months. Initially, the role is a part-time, on-site position, two/three days per week. Over time, partial remote work can be arranged.

Meler Productions is an event management firm specializing in international luxury events and is a Marketing Consulting agency.

We are based in Los Angeles and Hong Kong. We organize and manage your event to connect individuals, build communities and breed innovation.

College Intern Program Description (to submit to Universities)

In this program you’ll learn from among the following skills:

  • Social Media Management
  • Creating original marketing campaigns
  • Client interviews
  • Web and landing page content
  • Moments / Stories – elevated content
  • Editorial Videos
  • Original Videos * Agency Content Marketing
  • Event Management
  • Event budgeting

This can include:

  • Updating website
  • Preparing posts for social channels.
  • Creating slideshows or short videos for posting.
  • Post-production on a podcast or in-house video.

Our unpaid internship program gives students a hands-on opportunity to carry-out real-time campaigns for our events.

If you’d like to learn with us, please submit your resume and cover letter.

Job Type: Internship

Required skills

  • Graphic design
  • Communication skills
  • Self-motivation, Go-getter

We only recruit go-getters who will be actively involved in the company’s development.

Please email your resume to Eboni Shaw,

Student Job Opportunity at the Fowler Museum at UCLA

The Fowler Museum’s Education Department has Federal Work-Study openings for undergraduate and graduate students to serve as part-time Student Educators. In this role, you will serve a crucial function in the Education Department by leading interactive, hands-on gallery tours and art workshops for K-12 students and family audiences, in addition to special weekend programs.

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Luskin Center for History & Policy- Call for Proposals 2019-2020


Call for Proposals 2019-2020

For academic year 2019-20, the Luskin Center for History and Policy is inviting proposals
for innovative research projects that make an explicit connection between past and
present. Successful projects should have three defining qualities: 1) they bring historical
analysis to bear on issues of contemporary relevance; 2) they aim to contribute to solving
an identifiable problem; and 3) they are collaborative in nature. Research teams should
include at least two members. Proposals that include faculty members or graduate students
from the UCLA History Department are particularly encouraged.

The outcome of the Luskin Center grant should be a paper that includes both a substantial
historical base and recommendations to address a contemporary problem, to be delivered
by the end of the 2020 academic year. Successful Fellows are expected to participate in
Luskin Center workshops on history and policy, as well as an opening orientation session at
the beginning of academic year 2019.

Please submit a proposal of no longer than 3 single space pages that defines what problem
the project seeks to address, who the team members are, how history adds value to the
analysis, and gives a sense of who the intended audience is. Proposals should also include
an additional budget page that reflects the costs to be incurred in the course of research.
Grants will range between $15,000-$20,000.

Inquiries about the Call for Proposals can be directed to Luskin Center Director, Professor
David N. Myers at

Submissions can be sent to by Friday, June 14, 2019.
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