Sunday, January 18, 2015

New Jersey Law Firm Paralegal Looking for MA

A New Jersey law firm is looking to employ a paralegal who will be responsible for analyzing and writing complex business immigration cases. The ideal candidate will have 2-5 years of experience business immigration and legal writing experience.

  • Analyzing and writing complex business immigration cases. 
  • Working closely with members of the legal team to ensure the accuracy of all information.
  • Working independently and managing multiple writing projects simultaneously.
  • Possess strong understanding of or ability to learn immigration law and the firms’ network of clients, cases and legal teams.
  • Conducting extensive research.
  • Applying excellent proofreading and editing skills to case-writing content and other materials.
  • B.A. required, M.A./M.S. strongly preferred, in a discipline with a strong focus on writing and research
  • 2-5 years experience as a Legal, Case or Technical Writer 
  • Demonstrate cross-cultural communication skills and ability to interface with a variety of internal and external clients.
  • Possesses excellent writing and analytical skills in a legal environment as well as superior research skills related to immigration law and public policy issues.
  • Business Immigration experience preferred, not required.
  • Achieve high level of productivity.
  • Meet assigned deadlines and communicates case progress/status/issues to supervisor.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and initiative regarding assignments for self and team.
Contact Heather Hicks at for more information.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Development Department

Current second-year student Christine Lairson works in Development at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Her department is currently hiring; you can see a listing of all opportunities on the museum website: Three of particular interest are a communications assistant, a report writer, and a development writer.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Summer Employment Opportunities at ETS

Reading Assessments

The Assessment Development Division of Educational Testing Service is seeking freelance writers, graduate students, teachers, and other college graduates who have an appreciation for good writing and a sense of the interests and abilities of high-school students. Successful candidates will work with ETS test development staff in developing lively and appealing materials for assessing reading comprehension skills aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The eight-week program will begin June 16th and end August 8th. Summer employees will work 8-hour days, Monday-Friday, at the ETS campus in Princeton, NJ. Candidates should submit a short (no more than one-page) sample text that they believe would be suitable for testing critical reading skills. The sample should not be a self-generated piece of writing but rather an excerpt of material from a published source. It should exemplify writing that the candidate believes would be rich, complex, and engaging for college-bound high school students. The sample should be included with a CV or resume. Please include a citation of the source.

Interested candidates should apply online no later than Monday, March 31, 2014: 

Writing Assessments

This paid summer program will provide the opportunity to work with Educational Testing Service staff in developing assessments of writing skills. Summer employees will learn the fundamentals of test design, including principles of test validity and fairness, and then learn to develop the materials and questions used in these assessments. Candidates must have completed at least one year of graduate study in the humanities or social sciences. Exemplary writing skills and a thorough understanding of English grammar are required. The eight-week program will run June through August 2014. Summer employees will work 8-hour days, Monday-Friday, at the ETS campus in Princeton, NJ. 

Interested candidates should apply online no later than Monday, March 31, 2014: 


Saturday, November 2, 2013

BRIDGE Society Mentoring & Networking Event November 3

You're invited to the BRIDGE Society "All Industry" Mentoring & Networking Event on Wednesday, November 6 at 6:00pm in the Garey Hall Cafe. Meet alumni and professionals from across industries. Talk to them about networking, interviewing, interning successfully, and, of course, obtaining full-time positions. Hear their advice on all of the professional development questions that you have! Find out what our alumni studied, where they interned, how they obtained their jobs, what they enjoy about their work, and more. Walk away with insight about your future and a list of potential mentors to assist you. Understand the value of the Villanova network and your LAS degree.

*Alumni and professionals from GlaxoSmithKline, Vanguard, Bank of America, Turner Broadcasting, City Year, DuPont, Bloomberg, American Express, QVC, Devereux, and more will be attending.

 RSVP Required:

Space is limited! RSVP early!

Dress: Business dress required. (After you register, you will receive an email regarding appropriate dress for this event.) We will not be reviewing resumes at this event.


Thursday, April 25, 2013

Widener University

Widener University's English Department is currently seeking graduating M.A.'s for adjunct positions teaching introductory-level English courses at Widener for Fall 2013. If you are finishing up and are interested in working as an adjunct, please contact Janine Utell, PhD, Associate Professor, Department Chair.

Telephone: 610-499-4527

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Face to Face Development Associate

Face to Face, a human services organization which provides free meals, nurse-managed health care, legal and social services, computer training, creative arts studios, and children’s after school and summer programming, is seeking a Development Associate. They are seeking someone with excellent communication skills, willingness to learn the fine points of development and a heart for mission. It is a challenging position with room for growth.

Face to Face creates encounters of hospitality, mutuality, and transformation in the Germantown community. Their mission is to meet the basic human needs and reduce the suffering of those in the community. With hospitality, they provide a safe environment and practical tools, which enable people in Germantown to confront personal challenges, empower their lives, and fulfill their unique potential.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Evan Radcliffe at

Inner-City Teaching Corps

If you are interested in working for the Inner-City Teaching Corps, please contact Katie Kobeszka at Katie will be on campus later in January to meet with prospective teachers.

Click here to visit their website for more information.