Lippincott New York is looking for a graphic design intern.
The intern will work with senior design staff on a variety of projects in and related to brand identity, across print, digital and interactive experiences. The individual should be creative, motivated, highly articulate and bring self-initiative to projects and daily routine. Candidates should have experience with InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Experience with motion and interaction design software such as AfterEffects is preferred. Their background should demonstrate facility across a range of media, including identity, print and interaction design.
- Participate in conceptualization and with assistance, develop preliminary concepts in to refined comprehensive design solutions
- Individually and as part of a team, work on logo designs, visual systems, guidelines and presentations
- Assist in producing and coordinating design audits
- Conduct background research on identity and create mood boards for projects
- Bring to life brand stories through print, digital interaction, animation and motion design
- Assist in producing client presentations
- Assist in gathering materials for case studies
- Demonstrated creative ability through a strong design portfolio across a range of static, dynamic and interactive media
- Demonstrate high quality/accuracy in design standards
- Ability to apply basic educational principles to creative work
- Strong technical abilities in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop
- Proficiency in motion/film editing software such as After Effects and Cinema 4D a plus.
- Strong organizational skills and an ability to set priorities and manage time
- Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to clearly articulate ideas
- Ability to constructively participate as part of a project team
- Demonstrate a true passion for design and branding
- Desire to proactively seek constructive feedback
- Willingness and enthusiasm toward extending knowledge about technology/media, production process, design applications and working methods
The internship is a full time paid position for a period of 16 weeks (with some flexibility for students requiring a shorter internship period). Recent graduates and current students are encouraged to apply. Please ensure that you submit your online portfolio along with your application.
The Queens College Office of Institutional Advancement and, in partnership with The Cementbloc, and its founder and alum Rico Viray, ’79, invite students to visit this globally recognized communications company to learn more about account management, account planning, technology and creative services. Students will also have a chance to hear about the apprentice program and internship opportunities.
DATE: March 3, 2015
ADDRESS: 641 6th Ave 5th Floor NY, NY 10011 (6th Ave and 20th Street)
BREAKFAST AND LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. YOU MUST RSVP TO THIS EVENT. PLEASE CONTACT LAUREN COOPER AT LAUREN.COOPER@QC.CUNY.EDU FOR MORE DETAILS. SPACE IS LIMITED AND IS ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE BASIS.
ABOUT THE CEMENTBLOC: The CementBloc is a leading independent healthwellness communications company based in the United States. Our service offerings include a broad range of health and wellness solutions from core strategic brand planning to channel strategy and management, closed-loop platform development, interactive selling, and multichannel creative execution across multiple stakeholders including physicians, payers, patients, and caregivers.
We create BELIEF-BUILDING ideas that drive customers to action—to consider, to try, to write, to provide access, to start therapy, to stick with it—ultimately turning them into Brand Believers. Their belief is tangible, it is measurable, and it has a remarkable impact on business results. The CementBloc is also a founding member of Indigenus, an international network of award-winning, independent healthcare agencies that covers the entire global pharmaceutical market.
The Peter A. Krueger Summer Internship Program offers individuals the opportunity to explore different facets of museum work, including: raising public awareness about the museum, its exhibitions and public programs; working to promote the concept of design and design thinking; learning museum-specific operations systems; and assisting with fundraising efforts as well as general administrative tasks in support of different departmental goals. Approximately 5–10 Krueger Internships are available each summer.
Internship Dates: June 15, 2015 to August 21, 2015 (10 weeks).
Departments accepting applications include: Curatorial (Drawings and Prints); Curatorial (Product Design and Decorative Arts); Curatorial (Textiles); Curatorial (Triennial Exhibition); Curatorial (Socially Responsible Design); Cross-Platform Publishing; Digital & Emerging Media; Communications and Marketing; Development and Membership; and Education. On the application (see link below) you will have the opportunity to select your top three choices; please make sure to select them in order of your preferences.
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Application deadline: March 15, 2015