Monthly Archives: September 2020

Dear COMD Past & Future Interns: Claim Your Simplicity Account and Get On Handshake too

Dear students, on this site under Where to Find A Job/ The Professional Development Center, we have a link to the PDC Connect job board, which is on Simplicity.

In addition to creating a Profile on the City TEch Connect Job Board, you should also create a profile on Handshake. This site can help you look for internships in advance of taking COMD 4900 in the Spring or Summer of 2021 but also help you look for jobs post-graduation.

Handshake

 

NY Times Comes to City Tech September 30th at 1 PM/2021 Summer Internship Program!

Next Wednesday will be the first of a 3-part lecture series to learn more about the various design areas for the NYT 2021 Summer Internship Program  which begins their application process in Nov/ Dec. They are ideally looking for juniors who will transition to seniors in the summer.

The event will be recorded for future reference. Join if you can, and RSVP via the link below:

01. Becoming a Designer: NYT x COMD Lecture Series

Part Time Paid Jobs at Brooklyn Navy Yard–please see below

The Professional Development Center (PDC) has a long standing relationship with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. BNY will be working on a Small Business Education Initiative where they are going to create informative webinars for some of the small businesses at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 

PDC received information regarding BNY’s External Affairs Department, as they are looking for students to support the businesses in implementing some of the various learning from the webinars since many small companies do not have the time to implement the learning themselves. BNY will be working with 5-10 companies and each company will have one student working with them for a paid 20-40 total hours.

 Details:Hours: 20-40 total hours, part time Start Date: TBD but most likely October/November # of students:  we’ll be hiring 5-10 students in total Interviews: Interviews will be conducted over the phone, second interview over Zoom. They would love to begin meeting candidates within the next few weeks.     Open Roles:

  • Social media marketing 
    • Skills: experience with social media marketing tools, ability to develop a social media strategy. 
  • Brand development
  • Skills: must possess strong research and marketing skills as well as creativity.
  • Operational analysis (likely more for an MBA student)
  • Skills: ability to do a financial and operational analysis and make recommendations on how to cut costs. Requires strong problem solving and data analysis skills. 

BNY is looking to conduct interviews as soon as possible. 

So, email me your resume and portfolio link if you are interesting in any of these spots. The spot that involved Operational Analysis is not intended for a COMD student but the other spots are and I understand there is a spot focusing on web design as well.

Office of Communications & Marketing at Brooklyn College Seeking an Intern

The Office of Communications and Marketing at Brooklyn College has an unpaid internship opportunity available this semester–APPLY ASAP.  The intern’s  responsibilities would include:

    • Researching, designing, and producing graphics for digital media projects including email headers, website and social media posts, and other marketing and promotional projects.
    • Inputting and updating schedules, deadlines, and assignments into Basecamp, our project management software.
    • Other various tasks as assigned.

The student would need to be fully equipped to work remotely, have full access to and expertise in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, and Photoshop, and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Zoom software. The schedule is flexible as long as the student is available during normal business hours. we will provide training in the Basecamp software.

You should send an email (which would act as your cover letter) with resume and portfolio link to:

Lisa Panazzolo

LPanazzolo@citytech.cuny.edu
Ms. Panazzolo is an adjunct lecturer here at City Tech but works for Brooklyn College’s Office of Communication and Marketing
Remember if you want this spot, you should definitely visit the link to Brooklyn College’s Office of Communication and Marketing and look at their Brand Guidelines, the Brooklyn College Magazine, etc. so when you write your email you show that you’ve done your homework before applying.
Good luck with applying for this spot!