1-5 Fall Internships with CUNY Career Now High Schools

Dear COMD 4900 internship students,

The CUNY College Now office has a set of five schools participating in a gender equity admissions pilot around marketing,  communication, data tracking of their recruitment of young women.  They have 1-5 spots for students still seeking a credit-bearing internship this Fall to support these schools in their promotion of IT/CS/Comp Repair programs:
[AFSEnyc.org]Academy of Software Engineering
Each student would be supervised on-site by a school staff member.
This pilot is being run through the [IWITTS.org]National Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Sciences.   And if you are an alum of these schools, this would certainly be mentioned in your cover letter.
Contact for these internships is:
Ellen Hogarty Gomez
College Now for Careers/K16 Work-based Learning
Please email me with any questions you have about these spots at tgoetz@citytech.cuny.edu. Best, T. Goetz

Fall Internship with NYPIRG here on campus

New York State Public Interest Group is an advocacy group that lobbies for consumer protections, environmental issues, etc. They have an office on campus and are looking to increase their social media presence and engagement with City Tech students.

Please see the attached job description and contact info for applying to this spot.

COMD INTERNSHIP

This is an excellent spot for those of you who are politically minded or interested in having input into shaping your internship experience as they are very open to having a student work to projects that take advantage of their specific interests.

There Design Spots this Fall Working on NYU Opera

Design Intern

See attached document for complete details and contact info to apply.

Design Intern

Michael Rose |  NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Michael Rose, composer, Fulbright Scholar and PhD candidate at NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciencesis currently seeking up to 4 interns to help design graphics, type, video and props for an opera being performed in December 2019. This is a great opportunity for someone who would like to have credentials in stage design and ambient design for theater and opera.

Description:

Primary responsibility of the intern, or interns, is the creation of projected images, lighting and artistically-rendered subtitles for the opera The Suit. Performances begin Dec. 5, so the majority of the work must be completed by then. Some adjustments might be needed for subsequent performances. Time permitting, other aspects/tasks related to the opera’s visuals/staging may be worked on by the intern as well. The intern would be welcome to also help design props and audience collateral. The intern will collaborate with their City Tech advisor and the opera’s creators and performers: Michael Rose, composer; Richard Pels, librettist; and an ensemble of Korean instrumentalists and pansori singer. Performances will take place at NYU, Bronx Community College, Korea Society, others TBD (the creators are in talks for further performances in the northeast and at Korean arts festivals). Each performance space has different lighting and resources, and projections will need to follow the singer’s pace, so the intern or interns’ work will have to be to some degree adaptable. This is a unique opportunity for an intern to be involved with, and perhaps put their own stamp on, a new opera, and to gain exposure in NYC’s art world, academia, and beyond.

Pay: no pay – -it’s for credit (3 credits). But if additional future performances are scheduled and are accompanied by grants or stipends, that may allow for some monetary compensation for performers and interns.

Students and recent graduates with experience in graphic design are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

  • A self-motivated individual with interest in theater and stage design
  • Diligent, detail-oriented, and able to follow direction well
  • Strong skills in typography and graphic design
  • Experience with video and video editing is a plus
  • Illustration skills highly desirable

We appreciate and thank you in advance for your interest in our project. Qualified candidates will be contacted. Phone calls and emails for further discussion welcome. Michael Rose is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Internship Available On Campus with Seek Office/Digital Media Production

 Digital Media Production Internship (Unpaid)

Course Credit Description 

Assignment to fieldwork/study situations of approximately eight to ten hours per week at one of the followings: photography, videography, cinematography, corporate communications design office, publishing art department, computer graphics design studio, photography and/or illustration studio. The student will report weekly to the SEEK Office Administrator, Supervision is by the designated SEEK Faculty Staff and/or IT Academic Coordinator. The student is responsible for submitting all class requirements on time. To manage and maintain progress. Students will document their projects and experiences in a Learning Journal and present a Final Presentation summarizing their experience and best work in group seminars for academic credit. The student will produce content to be filtered and used to be posted on SEEK social media accounts. 

Requirement (SEEK Student Preferred)

To be eligible you must:

Have and Maintain a G.P.A of 2.5 or above.

Be currently enrolled in any of the following courses: 

. COMD 2320 – Intro Film & Video Production Design 

. COMD 3330 – Photography II 

. COMD 4860 –Streaming Media for the Web

Obtain a Letter of Reference from your Professor.

Email your resume and schedule to SEEK@citytech.cuny.edu

Be prepared to bring in a printed copy of your resume along with samples of work.

Be available Thursdays between 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM to document SEEK workshops.

Have access to Adobe Creative Cloud for digital edits and modification. (6 fl. lab room is optional)

(Note that the internship hours are in addition to your mandated class schedule)

See attached PDF for further info on the internship.

COMD 4900 – Digital Media Production Internship-Fin-P

If you are taking COMD 4900 and interested in music, 3 unique design internship spots this Fall

Design Intern

Michael Rose |  NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Michael Rose, composer, Fulbright Scholar and PhD candidate at NYU’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciencesis currently seeking up to 4 interns to help design graphics, type, video and props for an opera being performed in December 2019. This is a great opportunity for someone who would like to have credentials in stage design and ambient design for theater and opera.

Description:

Primary responsibility of the intern, or interns, is the creation of projected images, lighting and artistically-rendered subtitles for the opera The Suit. Performances begin Dec. 5, so the majority of the work must be completed by then. Some adjustments might be needed for subsequent performances. Time permitting, other aspects/tasks related to the opera’s visuals/staging may be worked on by the intern as well. The intern would be welcome to also help design props and audience collateral. The intern will collaborate with their City Tech advisor and the opera’s creators and performers: Michael Rose, composer; Richard Pels, librettist; and an ensemble of Korean instrumentalists and pansori singer. Performances will take place at NYU, Bronx Community College, Korea Society, others TBD (the creators are in talks for further performances in the northeast and at Korean arts festivals). Each performance space has different lighting and resources, and projections will need to follow the singer’s pace, so the intern or interns’ work will have to be to some degree adaptable. This is a unique opportunity for an intern to be involved with, and perhaps put their own stamp on, a new opera, and to gain exposure in NYC’s art world, academia, and beyond.

Pay: no pay – -it’s for credit (3 credits). But if additional future performances are scheduled and are accompanied by grants or stipends, that may allow for some monetary compensation for performers and interns.

Students and recent graduates with experience in graphic design are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

  • A self-motivated individual with interest in theater and stage design
  • Diligent, detail-oriented, and able to follow direction well
  • Strong skills in typography and graphic design
  • Experience with video and video editing is a plus
  • Illustration skills highly desirable

We appreciate and thank you in advance for your interest in our project. Qualified candidates will be contacted. Phone calls and emails for further discussion welcome. Michael Rose is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Caribbean American Weekly Looking For Interns this Fall

Please contact the Editor in Chief, Pearl Phillip to apply and for more information about this position.
Pearl Phillip
Editor-in-Chief – Caribbean American Weekly, The Immigrant’s Journal & Workers’ World Today Publications
Radio Host – Ask the Lawyer & Immigration Cultural Exposé Radio Shows – WVIP 93.5FM Thursday-10pm and Sunday-11pm
Chamber Coalition President – NACC, AAICC & HAICC – nacc.nyc
T: 718-771-0988
F: 718-222-3153
E: Cariaweekly@aol.com
W: www.cawnyc.com and www.workersworldtoday.com

For those COMD interns interested in Social Media and PR

Communications Intern at A/B Partners:  A/B Partners is seeking motivated and resourceful individuals for a communications internship that starts September 3, 2019 and ends December 20, 2019.  Strong communication skills and a strong interest in public relations, social media and marketing are essential to succeed in this position. Learn more about the opportunity and submit your application here.  Applications are due by August 30, 2019.