Category Archives: Alumni

QC Student Show Volunteer Opportunities

Design by Alice Lee

Poster Design by Alice Lee

Hello QC Design Community!

Mark your calendars, because the annual student exhibition is fast approaching. The exhibit runs from February 8th-18th. Please join us on Wednesday, February 10th, from 5-7pm for an opening reception in the Klapper Hall Student Gallery, located on the 4th floor.

We are also looking for volunteers to help curate and hang the exhibition, as well as volunteers to sit in the space during the course of the show- so that we can keep it open to the public as much as possible. If you are interested, please contact Professor Smith at

Internship Opportunity / AM Studio in Flushing, Queens

Queens College Design alum. Annie Liu has founded AM Studio. They are seeking for an outstanding graphic designer.
“I think it would be great to give a chance to students from QC. Let me know if you have someone in mind that is enthusiastic, looking for internship and eager to learn new skills. They may work on a variety of products, including brochure, magazine, marketing materials, website mockups, corporate identity and so on. We’d love to have them join the team. Please, have them send us cover letter, resume, and a sample of their design works.”
Proficiency in and personal access to the tools of the trade:
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Organized and detail-oriented
  • Team player, but also able to work independently
  • Resourceful – knows how to find the answers, or at least where to look for them
  • Excellent time-management skills
  • Understand the necessity and demonstrated ability of defining and respecting deadlines
Other details:
  • Timing: Minimum 2 or 3 days a week
  • Location: 141-47 Northern Blvd, Flushing
  • Compensation: This is a paid internship
  • Ideal for: Students and recent grads
 Must be fluent in Reading & Speaking Chinese (or Korean)
Contact info:

Advice from a former student (Sean McKendry, May 2014)

© Sean McKendry, 2014

© Sean McKendry, 2014

… A key thing to remember when it comes to art is to keep pushing yourself. If you are not taking those active steps to improve, then you will stay roughly at the same level you are now. This has been my philosophy since getting into this field in 2012, to always keep pushing myself. A good thing to keep you on your toes is to give yourself work. Make your own projects and collaborate with friends. This will allow you to do research, practice, and also get feedback on your own skills. Be open to suggestion and improve as you go. ESPECIALLY do this during the downtime after graduating if you have not found employment. There is no downside.

—Sean McKendry (graduating class, May 2014)

One Club’s annual creative career fair–September 23, 2013

One Club's annual creative career fair

One Club’s annual creative career fair

The One Club’s annual creative career fair, WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE will take place on September 23, 2013, in New York City.

The event is open to students, professionals looking for a career change to the advertising industry and, of course, present industry creatives who are looking to give back and meet, engage with and hire new, diverse talent.

This year’s event will include: Portfolio reviews, Elevator pitches, Mentoring sessions.

This event is for graduating seniors and recent graduates.
It’s free, open to all, and you will have the opportunity to have your portfolios reviewed, make valuable professional contacts, and maybe even nail down a job.

To find out more and register for the event.



THE ONE CLUB creative bootcamp rocked!

THE ONE CLUB creative bootcamp rocked! I learned so much in such little time, and met great people and creatives in the advertising industry! Here is webisode 1 to inspire you to participate in next years creative bootcamp!

p.s. My team won second place! Though QC students were small in number, we were well represented by the talent we brought!
—Stanley Collado

check out all the QC students in the video.