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Ogilvy Summer UX Internship

At Ogilvy Experience Design, we want to thank you for taking the first step in building a partnership with us by sending your students to Immersion Day last fall. We are very pleased to announce the next step: a summer internship program!

We believe that in order to design for everyone, everyone needs to be included in the design process. In that spirit, we will be welcoming two students on a ten-week creative internship.

On top of a weekly curriculum and bi-weekly presentations and panels, students will work side by side with industry professionals, learning about the day-to-day workings of an agency.

We are thrilled to extend the invitation to apply to our summer internship program to Queens College students. Please find more information below.

To apply:

1. Students must create an online account with Ogilvy Careers here (https://uscareers-ogilvy.icims.com/jobs/4279/2019-summer-internship—new-york/job?hub=15&mobile=false&width=1421&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240)

Important: Students must only complete the first page and close out without uploading any resumes or portfolio links to the page.

2. After creating their profile, students must send their resume, portfolio and two instructor recommendations to me at marc.loresto@ogilvy.com with the subject: XD Internship Application.

Here are the details:

The application deadline is 11:59pm, January 21st. Interviews will follow and acceptance letters will be sent late April/early May.

Students must be current college juniors to apply and be available for the full ten-week internship from June to August 2019.

Digital Activism Lab Media Studies Class

In this seminar/studio hybrid, students are invited to investigate how technology currently both empowers and marginalizes different communities, while also exploring how the possibilities within technology can advance their own activism practices. Projects developed in this class lie at the intersection of physical computing, creative computation, Internet of Things, and web/app development.
Interested undergraduates would be welcome to write to the instructor, Ari Melenciano (arimelenciano@gmail.com) for permission to be enrolled.

Google Design UX Internship

At the top of Google’s core principles is: “Focus on the user and all else will follow.” We believe each Google product should have an intuitive, simple and beautiful design that delights users each time they visit.

Google Design is a cooperative effort led by a group of designers, researchers, writers, and developers at Google. We work across teams to create tools, resources, events, and publications that support and further design and technology both inside and outside of Google.

We’re excited to announce the launch of our User Experience internships. Applications will be accepted from Monday, January 7 through Friday, January 25. You may apply directly through the links provided below. We hope you consider joining our team!

UX Design Internship

UX Research Internship

UX Engineer Internship

UX Writer Internship

To see other opportunities in design and resources, please visit design.google.com.

frogNY’s Diversity and Inclusion’s Mentorship Program

Below is the application for frog Diversity and Inclusion’s mentorship program. The deadline to apply is December 21st.

This is open to any visual, interaction, or industrial designers that come from socially or economically disadvantaged backgrounds, which includes any minority groups or schools that are not well-known. It also includes any self-taught designers. Applicants’ skills must qualify for an intern, junior, or mid-level role.

https://goo.gl/forms/Z8CFeVF5168LDtRy1

The Business of Art – Spring 19 Course

The Business of Art

YOU can develop the business skills necessary for a successful & sustainable career in the Arts! Learn proven Corporate Strategic Planning techniques adapted for the Arts to achieve your goals!

Professor Richard Move
Drama 3903 – 02 (54155) Special
Topics – Business of Art
Wednesday 1:40PM – 4:30PM

REGISTRATION IS IN PERSON ONLY AT THE OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DRAMA, THEATRE & DANCE RATHAUS #213

Topics of the Business of Art include setting & achieving goals, time management, financial literacy/budgeting, fundraising/crowdfunding, resumes/CV’s, written & verbal communication skills, online presence & more!

Richard.Move@qc.cuny.edu

Learn User Experience Design

Kingsborough Community College is offering a new tuition-FREE User Experience course.

In the 15-week evening program, you’ll learn from current industry experts via hands-on projects which will focus on important design thinking processes such as:

  • Introductory user experience design & wireframing 
  • Human centered design
  • Visual design
  • Project management
  • Work on a real client project
  • Capstone portfolio development

Learn more about this course here.

Ogilvy Immersion Day

Ogilvy Immersion Day

Tuesday, October 2nd, RSVP required

Learn what it’s like to work at Ogilvy.

Immersion Day is a half-day event designed to give college students an insider’s look into life at an experience design agency. Students have the opportunity to connect with Ogilvy professionals and network with their peers.

Ogilvy hosts Immersion Day at our Denver and New York office locations every six months, coinciding with spring and fall college graduations. Our team spends half a day with these students, beginning with a tour of our space that leads into a panel discussion. Select Ogilvy employees representing research, design, writing, and creative technology share their personal and professional experiences to provide guidance and answer any questions from these students who are about to begin careers of their own. The remainder of the time is filled with first-hand, informative activities, including shadow hours, portfolio and resume reviews, Workshop 101s, and helpful job interview tips and tricks.

The concept of Immersion Day was born from a plight that designers at Ogilvy had experienced firsthand: it’s difficult to find the job you want without knowing anyone in the industry. Additionally, over the past two years, Ogilvy received frequent requests from Denver design students for studio tours and job shadowing opportunities. There had not been a formal structure or cadence for hosting these students, so we decided to organize and operationalize a process where students could visit Ogilvy, get immersed in our culture and the work we do, check out our space, and receive advice on how to start in the industry.

Learn more and RSVP here: https://effectiveinc.com/immersion-day/

Required Design 1 Portfolio Spring 2018 Review

All Design students who are exiting ARTS 241: Design 1 at the end of this Spring semester are required to submit an online portfolio for review. This review is to ensure that students possess the necessary technical skills and demonstrate an understanding of design principles required by upper division coursework. If the review committee deems a portfolio subpar, students will be put on probation and need to submit a revised portfolio for review before being accepted into ARTS 345: Design 3. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Professor Woo at danne.woo@qc.cuny.edu or any other design faculty member.

Deadline: May 30th, 2018

For more information and for steps on how to submit your portfolio please go here:
http://artdept.qc.cuny.edu/design-portfolio-review/