On the COMD Facebook page, a student point out this Linked IN internship job Post.
Go to the Broccoli city web page to apply. Click on the 2021-2022 Internship link to apply. Deadline is September 19th to apply!! Please note this is a internship that extends past this semester but you will earn credit for this semester’s work and you will need to ask questions about whether the internship will be paid for the time frame listed.
From the COMD Facebook page, a fellow student posted this opportunity:
From the MADE Website
“Launched in 2018, the MADE (Marketing & Advertising Education) Program has placed over 180 students in paid summer internships at top companies and has connected hundreds more students to the advertising & marketing industry through the MADE Online platform.
The MADE Program was developed in response to findings uncovered in the AEF study “Bridging the Talent Disconnect: Charting Pathways to Future Growth“. There was a resounding call across key stakeholders – students, academia, and industry – on the need for a robust internship experience as a critical step to future employment.
However, securing an internship is often a reflection of who a student knows, instead of who a student is, putting many at a disadvantage. The MADE Program is designed to level that playing field and enable students of all backgrounds to gain valuable industry experience, regardless of their school, major or industry connections.
MADE functions as the “Common App” of marketing & advertising internships. A MADE candidate is matched with potentially dozens of internship opportunities at our partner companies based on traits such as critical thinking and leadership potential.
Through this process, MADE exposes bright students to opportunities they may not have been aware of or thought they had access to. Organizations benefit from being able to select top talent from a pool that spans racial, ethnic, geographic, and socioeconomic groups, breaking down traditional barriers to finding diverse talent and resulting in a more representative industry.
MADE is not just a summer internship program – we are cultivating a diverse community of marketing and advertising industry leaders through year-round virtual events, case competitions & resources.”
Student application opens on: September 15, 2021
Application deadline: January 15, 2022
For the Link to the application , click here.
To learn more about MADE, click here.
Job Description is Below for Calling All Graphics:
Design printed material, such as flyers, menus, menu boards, signage, logos, etc as requested by clients to meet their marketing needs. Knowledge and experience using Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Familiar with Social Media software (possibly Canva) and be able to post onto Social Media to engage more clients and offer more services. Also, Knowledge of After Effects is a plus.
Take a look at some of the work that was done at this internship last semester at this link:
Lots of menus so if you love the food industry, this could be of great interest to you.
Resume and Portfolio should be sent to:
President, Calling All Graphics, Inc.
Vice President, Narrows Community Theater
This is a small business so you will work directly under Marla’s supervision. She has worked with many COMD interns in past semesters. Any additional about this spot, email Professor Nicolaou at firstname.lastname@example.org if she is your instructor on CUNYFirst or myself if I am your instructor at email@example.com.
Dear Students, the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) is hosting a series of events with two career coaches focusing on developing student’s skills in searching for the right Job. See image below for information and click on this link to register.
Brooklyn Navy Yard Fall Internship Program:
The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation’s Fall Internship Program connects college-attending students to a wide range of work opportunities with businesses within the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Students are connected to Brooklyn Navy Yard-based businesses according to their future career interests, skill sets, and educational background.
- The 8-week fall internship will begin on Monday, September 20th and will end on Friday, November 19th
- All accepted interns must commit to a part-time, 20-hours per week work schedule. This totals to 160 paid hours for the internship. All interns are compensated at $15/hour by BNYDC.
- We are balancing remote work with in-person opportunities, based on health requirements and individual preferences.
- To apply, click the link here: https://bit.ly/BNYFall2021
- 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, September 17th, 2021.
- 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).
• 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”
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 at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this position and I will provide you with the contact information. Please specify as the subject in your email: NYC Court Web Design Intern.
Dear COMD students,
NYPIRG just reached out to me to say they are looking for Fall Interns. The work will be remote. NYPIRG has an office on the City Tech campus but as all are working remotely now, they are as well. We have had COMD students work with them in the past and it has been a positive experience.
If you are not familiar with NYPIRG, see their website. They are a public advocacy group committed to advocating for environmental legislation, voting rights, government accountability, among other issues.
According to NYPIRG, students will learn:
Students will learn about grassroots organizing techniques and new digital tools used to support social movements holistically. Their education in effective communication begins with learning key public speaking and community outreach skills, forming narratives and messaging through graphic design based on their interactions with the constituencies served by NYPIRG.
Responsibilities will include:
Advocacy & Graphic Design:
• Create copy & media (pictures, posters, video, etc)
• grassroots actions/deliverable goals connected to social media content (photo petitions, # of
hashtagged Tweets, etc…).
• video content
Send your resumes and portfolio links to :
Raul Frank is a former professional fighter. He is currently a personal trainer. He won three boxing championships, and he was fighter of the year in 1998. He has been featured in the Boston Globe and he fought on HBO. Recently, he did an interview with the Daily Beast. Currently, Raul trains clients at Gleason’s Gym in New York City. He uses boxing-based workouts to help clients lose weight. His Instagram page is @raulfrankboxing.
Raul is looking for interns to help him increase his online presence. Raul hopes that interns can help with some of the following:
- Edit pictures and videos that will be posted to Raul’s Instagram Page.
- Help Raul to produce a YouTube Channel
- Create fitness drawings that Raul can use as online content
- Manage Raul’s website, frankboxing.com
- Create designs for shirts that can be sold
- Brainstorm new ways to increase Raul’s presence
Please email email@example.com if these assignments are of interest to you. Raul is generally to take pictures on the following days:
- Monday: 5PM-7PM
- Tuesday: 7AM-10AM; 5 PM.
- Wednesday: 4PM -6PM.
- Thursday: 7AM-10AM; 5 PM- 7 PM
To be clear, you do not need to come to Gleason’s for credit. You can work on content virtually. Josh Frank can meet with you via Zoom to discuss your work. If you have other ideas, Raul and Josh are happy to speak with you about doing them for credit as well.
Other links about Raul: