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Interested in Science? Then, this Internship Spot Designing a Web Site for a Science Writer could be for you

Mr. Corey Powell, well-know science writer and editor, is seeking a clean simple website that provides links to highlights of his writing and editing; his podcasting work, book and TV work with Bill Nye as well as his work as a freelance book editor and collaborate. In addition, the site would link with his Twitter presence. This is an opportunity for you to start from Scratch as currently Mr. Powell as a url that is vacant at http://corey-powell.com/. 

Another project that this internship would involve would be working on a set of logo concepts for OpenMind, a Science Literacy magazine that is in start-up phase. Please send your resume and cover letter to me at tgoetz@citytech.cuny.edu if you are interested in this internship. Regards, T. Goetz

 

PrecisionValue seeks Summer 2021 Graphic Design Intern

Join the creative team at Precision Value as a REMOTE Summer 2021 Intern. You will have the opportunity to work on logos, brochures, PowerPoint presentations, asset recreation, and so much more! You won’t believe the creative innovations our team develops to make our pharma clients shine! #internship #intern #hiring This internship is open to upcoming 2022 graduates.

Apply today! https://lnkd.in/edxdRi8

Please reference Christina Casey when submitting your  cover letter/resume. She is the senior art director at Precision Value. 

 

 

Goodwill of Greater NY is Seeking a Marketing, Publicity and Social Media Intern

Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, Inc.

 Position Title: Marketing, Publicity & Social Media Intern                      

Goodwill NYNJ empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work.  As part of that mission, Goodwill operates a social enterprise called GoodTemps that places people with disabilities and other barriers to employment in temporary staffing positions.  GoodTemps is seeking a Publicity & Social Media Intern to assist with enhancing GoodTemps online presence and sustaining GoodTemps’ online engagement.
Marketing

  • Under the guidance of the GoodTemps team, develop content and materials for marketing efforts, including presentations, brochures, email blasts, website content, and online advertising
  • Build and update contact lists for sales and marketing outreach

Publicity

  • Work with the GoodTemps team to solicit success stories and testimonials that can be shared publicly, including outreach to current and past temps and employers
  • Develop and implement strategies to improve online reviews on sites like Yelp and Google

Social Media

  • Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns promoting GoodTemps to employers and jobseekers
  • Create monthly editorial calendars to promote GoodTemps on various social media websites
  • Create and distribute content such as blogs, infographics, videos and press releases on social media, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and other outlets
  • Track social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalability

Qualifications/Basic Job Requirements: Describe the skills, knowledge and abilities required.  Include educational and experience requirements and preferences.

Coursework related to marketing, publicity, and/or social media.

  • Knowledge of how to use social media effectively to generate interest in a product or service.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills necessary.
  • Must be organized and detail-oriented.
  • Must be highly computer literate.
  • Graphic design skills a plus.

 Please send a resume, cover letter  and portfolio link to Jennifer Tavis at JTavis@goodwillny.org.

Grove Publishing seeking Digital Book Editor Intern/Summer

Grove Street Publishing is looking for a talented Read Along Digital Book Editor intern with a passion for editing to join our creative team on the Grover platform. Partnering with the Chief Creative Officer, this intern position will focus on editing children’s books into read alongs (highlighting words) made from our publishing partners and internal creations. The editor intern will work closely with our publisher partners, authors, and the CCO to produce high-quality children’s books following Grove Street Publishing’s aesthetic style and design standards.

Responsibilities: • Edit compelling read alongs • Follow Grove Street’s aesthetic, design standards and house styles. • Work closely with CCO and team to meet deadlines

Required Skills and Qualifications: • Familiar and comfortable using Adobe Creative Suite and/or Final Cut Pro • Have access to a reliable computer • Proficiency with sound mixing (You will be linking audio to words) • A portfolio and/or demo reel demonstrating strong video editing in a variety of styles and voices • Knowledge of InDesign is a plus • Deadline oriented, ability to multitask and work under pressure, with excellent communication (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. • Solid problem-solving skills and ability to work collaboratively and accept constructive criticism. • Positive, team player attitude. • Study in design, multimedia, or digital media related major in college preferred, but not required.

Application Requirements
CV Cover Letter (optional, but can’t hurt)
2 – 3 samples of your work (please send links to your site or a video player platform)
For consideration, please send application requirements to andres@grovestreetpublishing.com 

Grove Publishing Children’s Summer Book Illustration Intern

Grove Street Publishing is looking for a talented illustrator intern with a passion for art and children’s literature to join our creative team on the Grover platform. Partnering with the Chief Creative Officer, this intern position will focus on fiction, and non-fiction interior and cover page illustrations for children’s books of all ages. The illustrator intern will work closely with our publisher partners, authors, and the CCO to produce high-quality children’s books following Grove Street Publishing’s aesthetic style and design standards.

Responsibilities: • Conceptualize and execute the illustrations of pages and covers across all assigned titles under the supervision of the Chief Creative Officer • Follow Grove Street’s aesthetic, design standards and house styles. • Work closely with Chief Creative Officer and team from idea development to printed books. • Learn a current sense of design trends and familiarity with target audiences to understand consumer needs and preferences.

Required Skills and Qualifications: • Familiar and comfortable using Adobe Creative Suite • Have access to a reliable computer • Experience or knowledge of InDesign text design tools and typography • Deadline oriented, ability to multitask and work under pressure, with excellent communication (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. • Solid problem-solving skills and ability to work collaboratively and accept constructive criticism. • Appreciation for book design, typography and children’s book illustration. Knowledge in this area is a plus. • Positive, team player attitude. • Study in art, design, multimedia, or digital media related major in college preferred, but not required.

Application Requirements

CV Cover Letter (optional, but can’t hurt)
2 – 3 samples of your illustrations For consideration, please send application requirements to andres@grovestreetpublishing.com THIS POSITION IS REMOTE.

Marketing Intern with NYCHA this Summer/Position Does have a 800 Stipend for the Work

Title: Marketing Intern

Work Location: Remote (with potential for occasional in-person meetings in Brooklyn/Manhattan)
Division/Work Unit: Community Engagement and Partnerships
Department: Resident Engagement Department

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) in partnership with New York City College of Technology (City Tech) seeks to hire a skilled and creative college student to serve as a Marketing Intern from June 2021 – August 2021.

The Marketing Intern will work in support of the CITY TECH + NYCHA ARCHscholars program. CITY TECH + NYCHA ARCHscholars is a design studio lab providing NYCHA residents ages 16-24 years old the opportunity to work alongside architecture students at City Tech. Together the NYCHA and City Tech scholars collaborate on projects that enhance their awareness of critical design issues. Over the course of a semester, the ARCHscholars work to develop strategies for creating healthy and durable housing and community spaces for New Yorkers.ARCHscholars will co-publish/present academic documents, explore career opportunities in architecture and urban design, and participate in cultural enrichment activities, such as visiting local art and design exhibits.

Reporting to the NYCHA Resident Engagement Resident Programs Unit, the Marketing Intern will work 10-15 hours per week for a $800 stipend from June 2021 through August 2021. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Design marketing collateral (flyers, brochures, social media content)
  2. Create video promotional pieces to promote the ARCHscholars program to students on social media and the NYCHA website.
  3. Participate in weekly planning meetings
  4. Incorporate user experience design concepts to thoughtfully promote ARCHscholars
  5. Work independently and collaboratively while organizing workflow of designs to meet deadlines
  6. Perform other related duties as assigned

Desired skills:

  • Customer-focused and professional demeanor
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign or similar graphic design apps
  • Clear and effective communications skills (written and verbal)
  • Detail-oriented, demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Self-organized, effectively manages time and meets deadlines

Apply:

Please send resume, cover letter and portfolio samples to: resident.engagement@nycha.nyc.gov

Use email subject: “ARCHscholars Marketing Intern”

City Tech Recovery Corp Intern Spot with COMD department/Apply ASAP

Dear COMD students:

Through the CUNY Recovery corp, there is a spot available this summer as a paid intern with the COMD department. This internship would run from:

July 5th -12th  – Student work starts

Aug 9th- 16th Student work ends

The pay rate is $15 an hour and it is for $25 hours per week.

The Communication Design Department is seeking  Communication Design Internship Site Web Development intern for Summer 2021.  The intern’s responsibilities would include:

    • Upgrading the Current Communication Design Internship Coordination Site from WordPress Classic Editor to WordPress Block Editor.
    • Redesigning the site so that it is easier to navigate and more visually appealing.
    • Updating outdated material on the site and checking that all hyperlinks are still operational.
    • Updating the current employer database and assisting in the Creation of an Employer contact list that is more accessible to students and more easily searched.
    • Add pages to the website that focus on employers in specific areas of student interest: illustration, advertising, web design and motion graphics.
    • Researching, designing, and producing graphics for upcoming studelent shows and for past student shows including email headers, website and social media posts, and other marketing and promotional materials
    • Video promotional pieces to promote the internship site to students, on social media and on the Openlab.
    • Various tasks as assigned.

This spot is ideal for someone with WordPress Experience and has taken several of our department’s Web Courses. To apply for this spot, you must APPLY first to the CUNY Recover Corp at https://www.cuny.edu/recovery-corps/ and enter this PIN#: WPA159964 at the end of the application.​

After applying too the CUNY recovery corps, send your resume and portfolio link to tgoetz@citytech.cuny.edu, along with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this spot.

 

Summer 2021 Intern Spots at Nanov Display–see Key Details below

Nanov Display located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard is currently seeking interns for Summer 2021 that can handle Computer Graphic design, 3D Drawings, and Technical documentation for our company. We would appreciate it if you could pass along our opportunity to the students in the Communication Design program who are looking for an internship for their course. The details are below:

Period: 8 Weeks

Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm, One hour lunch break.

Minimum shifts: 6 per week (Morning shift: 8:30am to 12pm, Afternoon shift: 1pm to 4:30pm )

Location: 141 Flushing Avenue, Suite 705

Compensation: School Credit, stipend per shift

To apply, please contact:

Kiara Barias

Junior Engineer

Nanov Display INC.

Web: www.nanov.info

Email: KiaraB@nanovdisplay.com

Paid Public Art Summer Internship with the Trust for Governor’s Island/Deadline May 25th to Apply

POSITION

The Trust for Governors Island is offering a full-time, paid summer internship for an undergraduate or graduate student to work with its Arts and Culture team. This internship will provide hands-on experience in the planning, organization and production of future large-scale public art commissions that will take place on Governors Island, a 172-acre park and public space in NY Harbor with over 800,000 visitors annually. The Public Art Intern will work closely with the VP of Art & Culture and Head Curator and Director of Public Programs in development of major public artworks and associated public programming by conducting research, coordinating project logistics and some on-site production work if schedules allow.

The ideal candidate must be highly organized, self-motivated, detail-oriented, adaptable and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Successful candidates may have a demonstrated interest in public art, production, cultural programming, art history and related fields, as well as some experience working in a public space or cultural institution. Candidates should be comfortable using Microsoft Office software and other digital tools to manage large quantities of information and coordinate multifaceted projects.

The internship runs from June 7 through August 27, 2021, with some flexibility to accommodate alternate or part time schedules if needed for the right candidate. This position can be either fully remote or a hybrid of remote and on-site (outdoor) work if the successful candidate is located in NYC.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • High School graduate currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Graduate College program with a focus on Art, Art History, Curatorial Practice, or related fields.
  • Experience:
  • Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively, multi-task, set priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Organizational and research skills to prioritize and accomplish tasks in a timely manner.
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Experience with Photoshop and InDesign a plus.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent communication and project management skills.
  • Ability to be flexible and manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • High level of self-organization, autonomy and time management.

TO APPLY

Please send a cover letter and resume as a single PDF document to jobs@govisland.org with “2021 Public Art Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

The Trust for Governors Island does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, genetic information, marital status, membership in an employee organization, military service, national origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including gender identity), sexual orientation, sexual and other reproductive health decisions, or other non-merit factor.

ABOUT THE TRUST FOR GOVERNORS ISLAND
The Trust for Governors Island (The Trust) is a nonprofit corporation created by the City of New York. It is responsible for the redevelopment and operation of 150 acres of Governors Island. The Trust’s mission is to realize the full potential of Governors Island, demonstrating a bold vision for public space.  For more information, visit www.govisland.org.

 

Brooklyn College Seeks 2 Summer Interns

Dear COMD 4900 Summer 2021 interns,

Brooklyn College is seeking 2 Interns to assist in web and design projects at  Brooklyn College’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness. You would need to send your resume, portfolio, and cover letter to Isana Leshchinskaya. Her email is Isana.Leshchinskaya@brooklyn.cuny.edu. Please send your resume ASAP if you haven’t found a spot. Even if you don’t decide the spot is for you, it is good interviewing practice and you might find the spot more to your linking then you think.

The students who did internships there in the Fall of 2019 and last Spring and this Spring had very positive experiences. See  two internship blogs of students who worked there and read the entries that focus on these students’ experiences working at Brooklyn College:

Two of our Spring 2021 Interns will be staying on during the summer and will likely assist in training you so do consider this spot for the summer.

Any questions, email me. Regards, T. Goetz