Everyone here at the Pace MS in Publishing Program hope you all have had a great start to your summer and hope you continue to have a fantastic summer season. As this second half of the summer semester begins, we will be on hiatus until the Fall semester begins.
We hope that we have given you lots of fun events to check out Around Town, helped you in any employment prospects, informed you of interesting publishing related links, and inspired you with amazing quotes.
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See you all in the Fall!
“Green was the silence, wet was the light, the month of June trembled like a butterfly.”
― Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets
Born Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto, Pablo Neruda became known as a poet at 10 years old. Neruda wrote in various styles including: surrealist poems, a prose autobiography, and passionate love poems like his 1924 collection, Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair.
Neruda was regarded as “the greatest poet of the 20th century in any language,” by Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez and “one of the 26 writers central to the Western tradition” in The Western Canon by Harold Bloom. Neruda received numerous accolades including the International Peace Prize, the Lenin Peace Prize, and the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Neruda was a close advisor to Chile’s socialist President Salvador Allende and in fact, Neruda was nominated as a candidate for the Chilean presidency in 1970, but ended up giving his support to Allende, who later won the election as the first democratically elected socialist head of state. Allende then appointed Neruda as the Chilean ambassador to France from 1970–1972.
A bust of Neruda stands on the grounds of the Organization of American States building in Washington, D.C.
Now that the semester is over, all of us here at the Pace MS in Publishing Program would like to wish everyone a good summer and good rest. The Pace MS in Publishing blog will be taking a brief break as well, but rest assured, we will up and running at the start of the Summer I semester on May 30th.
To students who are graduating this semester, congratulations and may your future in publishing be bright. For those of you returning for the Summer semester, rest up and good luck with classes.
Have a great summer everyone!
Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer
- Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $500 and $700 per week while teaching.
- Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
- Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.
The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2016 teaching positions. They seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. They provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.
In Order to Apply You Must:
- Have graduated with a 4-year Bachelor’s degree or higher in any discipline, with at least a 3.0 GPA, before the teaching term begins.
- Have a reliable car.
- Have a web cam in order to participate in video meetings.
- Have no scheduling conflicts, or minimal scheduling conflicts throughout the training and teaching season. Please review the dates and teaching locations in your area.
Successful Teachers For the Institute:
- Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure.
- Are responsible and hard-working.
- Have good communication and organization skills.
- Are patient and supportive with students.
- Are leaders in the classroom.
The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the United States. The classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.
They begin accepting applications on December 1st.
This flyer was distributed to students who visited HarperCollins Publishers last Wednesday.