Monthly Archives: December 2016

Triple Canopy is currently seeking interns for spring 2017

Triple Canopy is currently seeking interns for spring 2017 to assist with its editorial projects, website development, design, and public programming. Interns take an active role in the editorial and production work that goes into each issue of the magazine, as well as assisting with the development of public programs and the pursuit of grants. Depending on a candidate’s interests and abilities, duties may include: soliciting, evaluating, and coordinating the execution of articles and artist projects; taking part in editorial meetings; research assistance; coordinating and publicizing events; image editing and formatting; HTML, Flash, and Ruby on Rails coding and design work; devising and implementing new features for the website. Participants contribute twelve hours per week, for the duration of a school semester.

Interns receive a stipend and students may earn university credit through participating institutions.

To apply for an internship, please send a brief cover letter, resumé, and two references to

NYAS Next Scholars Program: Application due 12/18!

Design students qualify! Apply today

Program Benefits
The NYAS Next Scholars program
· matches scholars with a mentor (a STEM PhD student or a STEM professional) for a year-long (online) partnership
· provides scholars with access to exciting online content that will help them develop their leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills
· provides content on career readiness
· provides a nationwide community of women in STEM
· provides NYAS membership, opening access to live webinars and events with inspirational guest speakers

Potential Scholars
· have a strong interest in a STEM/STEAM/computer science career, even if they have not already declared a STEM major
· self-identify as female
· are in their first or second year of college, or have transitioned from a community college to a senior college within the past year
· are available to dedicate 1-2 hours per week to the program online
· are comfortable communicating in English
· are excited by the idea of having a mentor

Nominations of first generation college students, Dreamers and students without strong STEM support systems are particularly encouraged.

Nominated students should apply at:

Application deadline: December 18, 2016

Part-time photography position with QC Creative Services

The Creative Services Department of Queens College is looking to hire a part-time (20 hours a week) photographer.

Candidates should have a good eye, experience in event photography and familiarity with professional camera equipment.

If you are interested send Georgine Ingber a cover letter, resume and a link to your portfolio (with examples of your photography).

Teach English in Vietnam–6-week summer teaching internship

Queens College undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply for an exciting, experiential opportunity to teach English in Vietnam over 6 weeks. This 6-week  summer teaching internship is in a program called Summer Fun which is hosted by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization ( in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), formerly known as Saigon. Students in Education, TESOL, Linguistics and Communication  are preferred but applicants from all programs and majors are welcome to apply.

SEAMEO’s Summer Fun program aims to help kids improve their communicative English by providing a fun learning environment. The program lasts for 6 weeks in mid-June to July. Interns teach from 16-20 hours a week to kids ages 7-15. Some mentoring is provided both through SEAMEO on site and with Queens College through the support of the English Language Institute (ELI).

QC students chosen to participate receive complimentary on-site boarding, guided tours with opportunities to travel, and a small stipend. Students may also receive partial  subsidy for round-trip air travel from NYC to HCMC from QC.

Deadline to apply: January 3, 2017. For questions, please contact:

Teaching in Vietnam website and application:

Graphic Design Internship – Part Time (unpaid?)

SoulCycle is seeking a part-time Graphic Design Intern who will contribute to the company growth by expertly and efficiently assisting the creative team within the corporate office. The ideal candidate will have a passion for the SoulCycle culture and brand and be an eager and capable student or recent graduate enrolled in a graphic design program at the university level or similar. He or she will be personable, efficient and a high performer in a fast-paced, dynamic, growing company environment and will be responsible for studio collateral, assisting the creative team during high volume request periods, and providing high quality/on brand graphics.

This position reports to the Senior Visual Designer. The responsibilities and duties of this position described here are representative of those an employee must perform. This is not a comprehensive list and other duties may be assigned.

. Create studio collateral including signage and postcards
. Create digital graphics for studios to post on various social media platforms
. Work closely with the marketing team on campaigns
. Design internal presentations
. Bring new ideas to the table

. Bachelor of arts degree, equivalent work experience in graphic design or currently in school
. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, particularly Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign and Microsoft Office, particularly PowerPoint
. Ability to multi-task within a fast-paced environment
. Must have clear verbal and written communication skills
. Detail oriented with strong organizational skills
. A team oriented work style and mindset are very important
. A personal passion for fitness and/or the SoulCycle brand is strongly preferred




Small Brewery in Brooklyn, NY looking for Design, Social Media, and some art direction. This is a paid position and can be done in 1-2 days a week. Must be on sight for those days. The job would entail photography, web site help, Instagram, working with and helping communication between our in house staff and outside designers.

Intern can expect to learn

Money, Beer, a nice work environment, and an over all good environment. Must like cats, and people too.

 TO APPLY: Send Resume, Cover Letter and link to portfolio website to


The ideal candidate would be ready to start at the beginning of January 2017.

You should be a recent grad (or soon-to-be graduate) with a BA in Design (though you should feel free to apply if you’re still in school at any level and we’ll certainly consider your application and possibly meet to offer advice). You should be skilled in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, have the ability to express your ideas in a team environment and be ready for new challenges and experiences. Familiarity with prototyping tools or code and experience in video/motion are bonuses but not required.

– “Lunch on us” every day via your own Seamless account
– Museum Visits and other regular out of the office quick field trips
– Regular in-office meetups (with the team and other friends of Vector) with beer, wine and snacks

Intern can expect to learn

We look at our internship program as a place for us both to learn, grow and innovate. You’ll be as much a part of the team as anyone else and you’ll be encouraged to speak up on a daily basis, bringing your own point of view to our work and office environment.

You’ll find yourself helping us prep for a client workshop, iterating on a user experience problem, exploring a broad variety of options for an identity and much much more.

Most importantly we’re here to support you. You’ll be paired with a mentor to see you through your time at Vector, push you to create your best work and give you advice on how to advance your career. Internships last for 3 to 6 months and are paid (hey, you’re talented and you deserve to be paid for that!).

Application Details

Please send a website showing your work and your resume (sure!) but what we really want to hear is why you’re passionate about working in design to the attention of Nick Spriggs.

Bonus: Tell us about a time that you met a designer who inspired you.

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume and link to portfolio website to

Design Intern, The Knot (paid)

  • Job Description:
    The Knot, part of XO Group Inc., a lifestage media company, seeks a spring design intern. This is a great opportunity for a talented designer with an interest in editorial design. You will be a part of the design and production process from start to finish. Administrative tasks will be included in your daily responsibilities and you will have the opportunity to design layouts for our national, regional and digital magazines as well as work on designs for online and social media. Time management and organizational skills are a must.
  • Position: Internship
  • Area of Focus: Design
  • City: New York City
  • Region: NYC tri-state
  • Duration: Part-time
  • About Our Company: Every year, millions of brides, newlyweds and first-time parents visit The Knot, The Nest and The Bump for guidance and advice during some of the most important moments in their lives. Here at XO Group, we strive to give our customers a best in class user experience to make these moments even more special. We are highly focused on building a user-centric, product-focused, mobile-first organization with a refreshing, fun and entrepreneurial work culture. For everyone at XO Group, a collaborative spirit is a must. Our teams are very dedicated and excited about what they do—and we work hard to maintain that atmosphere.
  • Company: XO Group Inc.
  • Contact Address: 195 Broadway, FL 25 New York, NY 10007
  • Contact
  • Contact Name: Katie Ragan
  • How to Apply:
  • Job Requirements: For everyone at XO Group Inc., a collaborative spirit is a must. Our teams are very dedicated and excited about what they do—and we work hard to maintain that atmosphere. The right candidate for this position will be smart, enthusiastic, entrepreneurial, a problem solver, a go-getter and above all, a team player. -Must have advanced skills in InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop. -Must have good eye for photography, typography and understanding of grids -An interest in weddings is helpful and magazine/website experience is a plus You must be enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s program or be a recent grad to apply. This is a paid internship and school credit is optional. The internship is part-time (two days a week) for 18 weeks, starting in mid January and extending to early May.

If you are graduating this semester, or graduated in the past 2 years…

If you have you are graduating this semester, or in the past 2 years, and you are looking for work, you might want to apply to the summer intensive CUNY Cultural Corps.

Last info session before winter break is tomorrow (Thursday, Dec. 8) from is the sign-up link out.

Cultural Corps Summer Intensive
Recent alumni of CUNY (including those who will graduate Spring 2017) with expressed interest in pursuing a career in the arts and culture sector will participate in a 9-week full-time work experience during the summer. Alumni will receive a wage of $13/hour and work 35 hours per week. Prior to engaging with their host sites, alumni will undergo intensive training in key areas of professional development. Periodically, alumni may attend cultural events hosted by partners and affiliated programs. Pending job availability and participant success, CUNY will work with the host site to explore the possibility of extending participant engagement with the site after program completion.

Eligibility Criteria CUNY Cultural Corps Summer Intensive

  • Be an alum of any CUNY 0-2 years out (must have degree by end of Spring 2017, and have obtained degree no earlier than Spring 2015)*
  • Have graduated with a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.75
  • Have completed at least 1 year of full-time work experience or 2 years of part-time experience/internship experience(s)
  •  Be available to work full-time (35 hours/week) for a period of at least 9 weeks starting in June 2017
  • Have the proper work authorization required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
    *NOTE: Alumni who attend a non-CUNY institution during the time since graduating CUNY are still eligible to apply, though preference will be given to recent graduates of CUNY

To find out more, participate in the webinar

  • December 2, 2016 @ 2-2:30pm
  • December 7, 2016 @ 11-11:30am
  • December 8, 2016 @ 5:30-6pm
  • January 12, 2017 @ 12-12:30pm

to sign up for this date, or other dates, to learn about the program.

sign up for this date, or other dates, to learn about the program.

Application is on the website or can be found here here.

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