Here is a spot for a Spring 2022 Graphic Design Intern at Superbolt, an agency in NYC.See link at: https://www.superbolt.agency/careers/graphic-design-intern-nyc
The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Summer Internship Program connects college-attending students to a wide range of paid internship 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. To learn more about the Brooklyn Navy Yard, please see the
To learn more about the internship opportunities at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, please watch the recording of last semester’s internship information session by Edwin Rivera, Program Manager of Workforce Development at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Brooklyn Navy Yard Internship Info Meeting Recording:
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- Click here for the Summer 2022 Internship Program application: https://bit.ly/BNYSummer2022
- Interns are selected based on their demonstration of strong communication skills, work ethic, and track record of commitment and achievement.
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. The deadline for all applications is Friday, February 25th at 4:59 PM
- Limited internships are available, so applications should be sent in as soon as possible. Applications accepted earlier in the process will have greater likelihood of matching to an internship role in their desired field(s).
Internship Program Details:
- Two 8-week sessions are available to accepted interns. Each accepted student is eligible to participate in one session:
Session 1: June 6 to July 29, 2022
Session 2: June 27 to August 19, 2022
- All interns commit to a 40-hour work week with a one-hour unpaid lunch break each day. This totals to 35 paid hours each week. All interns are compensated at $15/hr.
- Interns will also participate in weekly professional development activities including resume and interview workshops, career panels, networking events, and more.
- We are balancing remote work with in-person opportunities, based on health requirements and individual preferences.
- A Brooklyn resident or attend a Brooklyn-based college
- A first-time or once returning participant in the internship program
- A current college attending student or a high school senior planning to attend college in Fall 2022
- If under 18, working papers must be provided. Working papers can be obtained from your school
Copycats is looking to fill looking for a full time employee to handle Production Pre-Press Tasks as well as some website management. This spot requires you to be on site. For a complete description of the job responsibilities and qualifications, see the complete job listing on Craig’s list.
Copy Cats is a printer based in Manhattan, near the United Nations. Please send resume and portfolio to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a junior graphic designer position open at Symphony Space, a performing arts center here in Brooklyn. They are looking for 1+ years of experience. If you are recent graduate or a senior with just one class and substantial internship experience, do consider applying. They have hired City Tech students in the past for full time spots and interns. Symphony Space reached out to us for candidates this morning. See posting for the skills required and other details.
This spot could be used as your internship IF you are enrolled in internship this Spring and it is your only class you need this semester or possibly one of two classes you are enrolled in this semester. (The other class should not be Senior Project, however).
Women’s Press also needs interns. They are a non-profit that works on grass roots political work on issues related to women and children and economic inequality here in NYC. They do not use internet nor do they have a website and this is intentional–they prefer to engage with the community on a face to face basis. However, they do produce a magazine and they also have digital printing presses for students to work with and they will train students on how to run them and design brochures, etc. for output on these presses. If you are interested in illustration or photography, this is a good spot as they do publish illustrations and photographic work by NYC artists in their magazine, on the cover and on the inside layouts. YOU could be one of those artists–students in the past have had their illustrations on the cover and on stories inside the magazine If you are interested in graphic design, this spot should definitely be of interest. Note, this is an in-person spot and you need to be vaccinated to work there . If students call on Friday, they usually have them come in on Saturday for training which is included in their Time sheet. They take more than one student as they work with many other organizations and print the work of other clients and students often can design for their other clients. So, if you don’t have a spot, it is possible for you to call TODAY, and start on Saturday. Contact information is below:
Women’s Press Collective
229 W 193rd St, Bronx, NY 10463
Contact: Lisa Daniels, 718-543-5100
A Valedictorian of City Tech from the Communication Department worked here about five years ago. The magazine this print has excellent content that mainstream media does not carry.
Also, coming up on February 10th is a virtual event with AIGA Chicago called Discovering Design Internships. This one costs $5 but that could be a very good investment. Register for that one at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discovering-design-internships-tickets-243229224157
For those of you registered in Spring 2022, you are required to attend 2 networking events as part of my class. Any of these AIGA events would count as one of those events. And do not feel compelled to spend any money to attend a networking event. There will be plenty of free events coming up like the Firebelly Studio Tour, both at the AIGA and at other professional Associations around the country and the world.
See more upcoming networking events at the AIGA Events page.
Code and Theory is seeking summer interns in multiple areas. Please see their careers page for details on each spot. Code and Theory is now accepting applications for the company’s remote, 12 week, paid internship program starting June 6th, 2022 across many of its departments. Applications will be accepted until January 31st, 2022.
All those students who are thinking of taking COMD 4900 should consider applying. So, get your portfolio and resume prepared now. Summer internships are being posted now so do get moving during break on preparing your portfolio and resume.
Looking for interns to assist with a redesign of the NYC Family Court website: http://ww2.nycourts.gov/COURTS/nyc/family/index.shtml
This is one of many public facing websites that make up the NY State Unified Court System.
Interns will be responsible for recommending (thru the use of mockups, sitemaps, wire-frames & functioning HTML pages) ways to make the existing site more welcoming, easier to navigate, and user-friendly.
This can include but is not limited to: color schemes, content layouts, information architecture, art work, images and multi-media, as long as it fits within the framework of the Court System’s Standards & Guidelines. General knowledge of web usability best practices and HTML 5 proficiency is required. Knowledge of MySQL and PHP is a plus.
Please email me email@example.com . Please specify as the subject in your email: NYC Court Web Design Intern and provide your resume and have your email act as your cover letter for this spot.