Monthly Archives: April 2016

Marie Claire Summer Art Intern (unpaid)

  • Job Description:
    Marie Claire is looking for interns in the art department for Summer 2016. Candidates must have a strong interest in magazine design, photography, typography and love for fashion. Excellent communication and organizational skills are a must, plus the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment. He/she should be resourceful, responsible and a creative problem-solver. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include but are not limited to: Maintaining and updating the mini wall for each issue, preparing and updating flip books for Editor-in-Chief and Design Director, photo research, and preparing layouts for presentation. Under the guidance of the art department, the intern will experience the process of a national monthly magazine. This is the perfect position for a dynamic, self-motivated college student looking for hands-on experience. Experience with Photoshop and InDesign is required, as well as a major relating to graphic design. This is a non-paid internship and for school credit ONLY. Candidates MUST receive school credit and be able to commit to at least 3 full days a week for our internship program at our New York office. If interested, please email with your resume and portfolio link.
  • Position: Internship
  • Area of Focus: Design
  • City: New York City
  • Region: NYC tri-state
  • Duration: Part-time
  • Company: Marie Claire
  • Contact Address: 300 W 57th Street New York, NY 10019
  • Contact
  • Contact Name: Katrina Machado
  • How to Apply: Please email with your resume and portfolio link.
  • Job Requirements: This is a non-paid internship and for school credit ONLY. Candidates MUST receive school credit and be able to commit to at least 3 full days a week for our internship program at our New York office.

Graphic Design Intern (paid)

Are you an individual who pushes the boundaries of design?
Are you full of energy and attuned to every detail?
Are you hungry to learn the ins & outs of a small firm in New York?
Do you want to work on projects that you can actually see and experience?

Well PSD is looking for you.

We are a design and branding agency specializing in the hospitality sector.

You will be joining our small creative team in Hell’s Kitchen, NY.
Interns do not do “coffee runs” here, they participate on the current work flow and create published works. You will be learning and applying real world skills including design and strategy in everything from web design to corporate branding and Identity. Expect to be immersed in a true hands-on experience in a high-performing New York design firm.

Intern hours are 9:30am – 6pm

Intern can expect to learn

– Participate in internal concept brainstorms
– Lend research support in any manner
– Help design internal communications, pitch decks, and client materials
– Prepare files in accordance with specifications for mechanical release

– Enrolled or a recent grad with a focused study in Graphic Design
– Strong conceptual and typography skills
– Exceptional knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.)
– Working knowledge of HTML

Always A Plus
– Motion work (gif design, after effects, etc)
– Photography Knowledge

College credit will also be offered.

The Perks
Access to the building’s gym and club room.
The occasional “Taste Testing” of our client’s restaurants.

please email your cover letter, resume and portfolio link to


DESIGN FELLOW at AOL (paid internship)

About Us: AOL is a media technology company with a mission to simplify the internet for consumers and creators by unleashing the world’s best builders of culture and code. As one of the largest online properties in the U.S., with approximately 200 million monthly consumers of its premium brands, AOL is at the center of how content is being produced, distributed, consumed and monetized by connecting publishers with advertisers on its global, programmatic content and advertising platforms.

Job Description
Do you want to make the Internet better? We do too. And we’re always looking for people with great ideas. We need free spirits and straight shooters. Creatives and critics. Nerds with nerve. People who love the Internet, but can see its cracks… and future, too. At AOL we’re focused on radically redefining the world of online communications. We are transforming how people around the globe connect with information, entertainment and one another by bringing together award winning journalists and innovative technologies to create rich and engaging consumer experiences. We look for people who are exceptionally imaginative, collaborative, and truly excited about our mission – to inform, entertain and connect the world.

We are currently looking to hire a design intern who:
Has an introductory understanding of the creative process from strategy to prototyping
Consistently works towards a clean, buttoned up aesthetic with a focus on typography, color, and form
Is curious and is actively developing her/his craft

Some of your day-to-day tasks may include
Assist the design team on daily tasks and updating/creation of design files
Ideate around UX and visual improvements for AOL Core products
Contribute to the development of internal design workflows and file organization standards

Familiarity with Adobe Creative Cloud, and Bohemian Coding’s Sketch
You must be available to work from our office in Manhattan, remote not available
1 year of previous experience in interactive design
Professional experience in an agency or corporate atmosphere
Experience in design for screens of all shapes and sizes with a good understanding of how to design in a fluid manner
Experience in prototyping within Principle, Pixate, Framer.js, Invision, or another industry standard

How to Apply (Please send the following):

URL to your online portfolio
PDF of your curriculum vitae
A list of the albums you’re currently listening to
Your preference, iOS or Android, and why

Design Summer Internship

ahrenheit 212 is a global innovation strategy and design firm. We define innovation strategies and develop products, services, and experiences that create sustainable, profitable growth for our clients.

We are looking for a Summer Intern to work on our Design team — our ideal intern will be resourceful, conceptually creative and driven to partner with our creative development team in bringing ideas to life while helping to evolve our collective craft.

We have a team of sixty working out of our office in downtown Manhattan.

Our office environment is open, modern, and bright; our working culture is fast-paced, creative, and collaborative. We’re pleased to have recently been named as one of the best places to work in NYC by Crain’s.

Your Responsibilities

As a Summer Intern, you would be responsible for working closely with our graphic, motion, 3D and brand designers to produce visually compelling and strategically aligned designs and experiences. You’ll be expected to fully participate in the innovation process and help infuse your individual aesthetic into the core of our work.

Your tasks would include, but would not be limited to:

  • Understanding and shaping design strategy, while ideating, sketching and crafting beautiful artifacts to best realize ideas
  • Performing in-depth product research, extracting key ideas and deconstructing objects to identify and build on key design principles
  • Preparing quality presentations, while supporting user interface design, video production and quality storyboarding
  • Participating in the rich inter-disciplinary work of Fahrenheit, partnering with our commercial strategy and idea development teams to integrate design best practices across projects

Our Requirements

You should be a rising junior or senior on track to receiving a bachelor’s degree, or a graduating graduate student in graphic design or related creative fields demonstrating material impact

You should excel in working in collaborative, group-based environments; capable of working seriously with strong personal management ability, but also not taking yourself too seriously

You should display a diverse portfolio, which may include print, UX/UI, branding/identity, packaging or motion graphic experience — we’re medium agnostic but quality obsessed

You should have humility balanced with pride in your work, a distinct hunger to get better while building on prior accomplishment

You should be focused on cultivating your craft as a designer, an appreciation for details, with evidence of attention and intentionality in your personal curation

You should be self-propelled by restless curiosity, resourceful in scouring the world for insight, comfortable in a highly charged idea-centric environment, fascinated with changing the world, able to move seamlessly from high altitude thinking to the tangible and practical.

How to Apply

  1. In your cover letter, please incorporate a section telling us “Why Fahrenheit 212?” in no more than 200 words.
  2. Attach your resume or CV.
  3. Attach a link to electronic version or a .pdf attachment of your portfolio.



Aaron Krach’s Book Launch/Event at Printed Matter


Mies [Muse]

A tribute to Mies van der Rohe with new books by Aaron Krach and Philip Tomaru
April 16, 2016, 5 -7 PM
Printed Matter

On the occasion of Mies van der Rohe’s 130th birthday, Aaron Krach and Philip Tomaru present three new publications that reckon with the architect’s place in history, popular culture, and the modernist canon. Cake will be served. It wouldn’t be a birthday party without it.

Krach’s new book, Dark Pools (Almost Everything) is a shadow of Mies van der Rohe Furniture and Drawings, the catalog for a 1977 exhibition at MoMA dedicated to the architect’s furniture. Massimo Vignelli designed the slender paperback with brutal simplicity. “I found a dog-eared copy and lingered over its beauty,” Krach explains. “But I could not shake a sense of dread. Something dark lurked between the pages. The utopia imagined by Mies and Vignelli never arrived. Machine production rendered craftsman irrelevant. Minimal forms did not improve daily life. Innovative designs became ordinary, now filling bank lobbies and corporate boardrooms. Dark Pools inverts the original. Black is white. Shiny is matte. The cover is screen-printed by hand instead of machine-printed. The book is still elegant and stark, but the darkness is clear. Much is obscured and yet more, perhaps, is revealed.

Tomaru releases two new publications. BLINDS and WALLS are the first and second volumes in a three-part series, concluding with WINDOWS. The photographic-based series explores issues related to public-private space, transparency, and cognitive-affective processes as Tomaru negotiates the messy terrain of the modernist architecture program inter-mingled with his own lived-experience in one of Mies van der Rohe’s last residential buildings. Each book in the series is published using a different method, including risography, photocopy, and offset.

Dark Pools is available here


Aaron Krach is an artist based in NYC. Recently, he has worked with people, books, rocks, text, vodka, Purell, and a taxidermy goat to make books, sculptures, prints, and installations.

Philip Tomaru lives and works in New York and Baltimore.


Esquire Magazine Art Department Summer Intern (unpaid)

  • Job Description:
    Esquire Magazine (Hearst Corporation) is seeking a junior or senior graphic design student for an internship in the Art Department for the summer of 2016. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include: updating layouts, minor imaging work, and some design. Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, strong working knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop, and most importantly, be eager to learn. Applicants are required to receive college credit for the internship. You must turn in a letter on college letterhead stating you will be receiving credit for the internship. The letter must be signed by a professor, advisor, or the registrar. This position is unpaid. A commitment of at least 2 full days a week is required, from 10 am to 6 pm (flexible).

To Apply, please send a cover letter in the body of the email, resume and a PDF or link to your portfolio to

  • About Our Company: Hearst Magazines, a unit of The Hearst Corporation, is the world’s largest publisher of monthly magazines, with 15 U.S. titles and nearly 200 international editions distributed in as many countries. The Company also publishes 20 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly owned subsidiary, The National Magazine Company Limited. Most Hearst magazines have a presence on the Web. Hearst Magazines is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to promoting a culturally diverse work environment. To learn more, please visit our web site:
  • Company: Hearst

Honors & Scholarships Information Sessions

Thinking of studying abroad after you graduate? Planning on attending graduate school? Or are you a STEM major looking for research/graduate opportunities?

Wednesday, April 6th
Fulbright Information Session
12:15-1:30 pm, Honors Hall Room 17

Learn about fully funded grants for study, research, or English Teaching Assistantships in more than 140 countries. Must be on track to complete Bachelor’s degree by Spring 2017 to compete in next application cycle. All undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about the Fulbright Student Program are welcome to attend.

Monday, April 11th
STEM Fellowships Information Session
12:15-1:30 pm, Honors Hall Room 12

There is an array of opportunities for students in the STEM fields. They range from funding for summer research to scholarships for graduate studies. Come to the information session to learn more about the different programs and opportunities!

Monday, April 18th
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
12:15-1:30 pm, Honors Hall Room 17

Every year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States. Each Fellowship supports up to two years of graduate study in any field and in any advanced degree-granting program in the United States. Most importantly, new Fellows join a strong community of current and past Fellows who all share the New American experience. All interested students are welcome to attend.

Wednesday, May 4th
Schwarzman Scholars Information Session
12:15-1:30 pm, Honors Hall Room 12

Inspired by the Rhodes Scholarship, Schwarzman Scholars is a highly selective international scholarship program designed to prepare future leaders for success in a world where China plays a key global role. The program will give the best and brightest young leaders from around the world the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through a fully-funded one-year Master’s Degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing – one of China’s most prestigious universities. Those who want to learn more about the scholarship are welcome to attend.


For more information about any of these programs, please contact:
Dr. Moira Egan | 718-997-2863 | Honors Hall Room 23 |

Summer Design Internship at the Museum of the Moving Image (paid)

Graphic Design and Exhibitions Intern

The primary focus of this internship will be on producing and managing the graphics required for a new exhibition opening during the internship, as well as for all the new programs associated with the exhibition. Building on that, the Intern’s involvement in exhibitions will be expanded into the broader activities of the Exhibitions department, and the role graphic design plays in those activities.

The Intern will take part in the exhibition installation. During that time, all the graphics will be installed, and the Intern will work closely with the Assistant for Graphic Design and Production installing texts, graphic images, and other signage required. The Intern will also be involved in the daily evaluation and implementation of plans for visitor flow and traffic management, and assist with the production and installation of any additional graphics required.

In conjunction with its exhibitions, the Museum offers educational and interpretive activities that take place in its galleries, as well as in dedicated education spaces. These programs also require various printed materials that the Intern will work closely with the team to design and produce.


– Experience and interest in Graphic Design and museums, or related field
– Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office Suite
– Basic understanding of typography, layout, illustration, and print production
– Detail-oriented, creative thinker with a passion for visual communications

Application –

To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under “How to Apply” to Angel Ortiz-Oyola, Assistant for Graphic Design and Production, at