DCAS (Department of Citywide Administration) is having an info session NEXT week to inform students of all the summer internship opportunities that the more than 83 city agencies city have available.
The event will host a panel of City professionals on what internship opportunities are available now and for the summer, where to look for opportunities, what to include on your resume to be competitive, and a short intro to what the civil service exam is. All panelists will speak about what it’s like to work for New York City and how it can help connect you to a strong, interesting career path!
All majors are encouraged to come since the City has internships from communications, technology, finance, human resources, public services and beyond! RSVP HERE and join the CUNY Civic Meetupgroup to learn about more opportunities.
Dear COMD students,
If you are a person who loves to workout, this could be a spot for you.
This is a 9-week program (June 4 – August 9, 2019) that will place you on one of Peloton‘s teams and you will also be involved in group activities with peers and colleagues. Interns will actively participate in the day-to-day work of their business unit in addition to independent projects that will be presented at the end of the program. They have spots in the Global Communications, Creative and Social Media groups. See link below to apply:
This company makes a honey infused with chili pepper and they are looking for a Social Media intern focusing on photography and video. Cover letter and resume must be to them by April 3rd. Link to complete job description is below:
Candidates interested in applying should submit a resume and cover letter to Kathryn.email@example.com by Wednesday, April 3. Cover letters should be addressed to Mike Kurtz, Founder and CEO.
If you like We Work’s office culture, maybe you’d like to intern for them this summer. See job description and application at:
All applicants must be rising seniors (graduating by 8/2019) or new alumni (people who graduated 2017-2019). If you are interested, please submit your resume and optional cover letter to Beth Spektor atOWPRecruitment@cuny.edu by 12:00 PM on Friday, April 5. Cover letters should be addressed to Jessica Hoffman.
Here’s part of the job description: See the link below for further details and to apply.
Ted Baker London is currently seeking talented and passionate Graphic Design intern to support their Brand Communication team! Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Support NY-based graphic designer with creative needs for North and Central American business
• In-depth understanding of producing immaculate artwork for a variety of print materials and large format platforms, as well as a solid grounding in print processes and digital design.
• Represent as a Ted brand ambassador, ensuring that every single piece of artwork created offers exacting attention to detail and consideration
• Work alongside the US PR & Marketing Team to enhancing the design, visualization and preparation of artwork for print and as digital
• Research into the relevant areas in order to bring new ideas to the table
Ability to respond to any given briefs and to generate ideas (+ research into the relevant areas in order to bring new ideas
If you want to be PAID intern at the Brooklyn Navy yard this summer, the deadline is March 8th for applications. Please see link below for more information and how to apply:
Summer Internships at the Brooklyn Navy Yard: The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation’s (BNYDC) Summer Internship Program is now live! BNYDC’s Summer Internship Program connects college-attending or college-bound students to a wide range of work opportunities with businesses within the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Over the course of an 8-week session, students will be connected to Yard-based businesses and departments according to their future career interests, skillsets and educational background. Intern roles include: culinary/hospitality, media/communications, engineering, manufacturing, construction, computer programming, and office/administrative.
JetBlue Emerging Talent (JET) Internship Program, Summer
The JetBlue Emerging Talent (JET) summer internship is a 10 week program that provides skill & professional development through participation in the developing real-world business solutions that support the delivery of strategic business initiatives. Throughout the program, interns participate in a robust programming including professional development activities, cross-functional projects, senior leader exposure, networking, and community service. The JET Program provides interns the opportunity to immerse themselves into the aviation industry while developing specific career interest or areas of study.
We seek highly motivated individuals for opportunities across the organization Interns are dedicated to helping JetBlue Inspire Humanity. Interns are able to build relationships with individuals at all levels internal and external to the organization and is passionate about being a JetBlue brand ambassador. If you’re looking for a job where your career, your passion, and your sense of fun are all important then you’ve landed at the right place. At JetBlue we’ve built an award-winning brand based on delivering value, service, style and comfort to our customers — and to our crewmembers. And, by hiring people who share our vision, we’ve created a place where people enjoy coming to work.
Positions are primarily located in in Long Island City, NY Support Center (LSC). Other locations may become available. JetBlue encourages all eligible students to apply for our Program; however, JetBlue will not provide relocation costs.
Opportunities are available in the following areas:
Corporate Communication- Multimedia/Film
The Multimedia and Film team supports internal communications by creating video and other multimedia content for operations leaders and the Senior Leadership Team
Strategic Execution Technology
The Strategic Execution Technology team support the IT team with strategy, planning, and execution
Strategy and Business Development
Strategy & Business development supports JetBlue and Senior Leadership by identifying and analyzing strategic opportunities that ensures the positioned for the next phase of its evolution
The program runs from June 3 to August 9, 2019. See link for complete details about the position:
Deadline is March 15th to Apply.
Are you interested in helping promote City Tech employment opportunities to your fellow students while gaining graphic design experience? Then, apply for the Graphic Design Internship spot available in the Professional Development Center here at City Tech. See attached job Description for details, schedule and contact information. Move quickly if you are interesting in this spot.
Review the PDC site for more information about their activities on campus.