The positive response to The One Club Online Portfolio Review has been absolutely phenomenal, with nearly a thousand young creatives from around the world already registered to have their work critiqued. Couple this with several hundred creative professionals already volunteering to critique portfolios and offer advice, and the Online Portfolio Review is shaping up to be an incredible initiative in a time when the global pandemic has put so many young creatives’ aspirations on hold.
That said, there’s always room for more! If you’re a student or recent grad and haven’t yet uploaded your portfolio, or if you’re a creative professional looking to give back to the next generation of creatives throughout the month of May, you have until this Friday. May 1 to register.
The Online Portfolio Review is free of charge for all participants.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 1
FOR REVIEWERS & PROFESSIONALS
Break up the monotony of quarantine by paying it forward professionally! You’ll only be assigned as many portfolios as you’d like to take on, and you’ll have a few weeks to write a review of each person’s work. You’ll even have an opportunity to continue the conversation if you’d like to guide a young creative post-pandemic.
FOR STUDENTS & RECENT GRADS
You’ve worked hard to get this far — don’t let a little thing like a worldwide lockdown get in the way of gaining feedback from the very creative professionals you hope to impress when things get better. Once you’ve uploaded your portfolio, it will be assigned to multiple creative professionals, in order to give you a broad scope of opinions of your work.
The CUP Fellowship for Change in Design is a paid, year-long, full-time, training program designed to promote and support individuals in gaining the skills, contacts, and experience to help them excel in their design careers. The Fellowship is an initiative to support the development of a pipeline of talented individuals from historically under-represented communities into the design fields, and to dismantle the systemic biases that stand in the way of their advancement as leaders in these fields. The 2020 Fellow will be selected through a competitive, juried process and will work with CUP from July 2020–June 2021.
Applications should include:
– A cover letter addressing why you are interested in the Fellowship, what you hope to get out of it, and what your goals are for your career
– A current resume
– A portfolio of your design work. We are looking for your skills to work on a range of visuals and with type. Please describe the context that your projects were completed in and your role.
– A list of 3 references, with contact information
Please send all materials as a single PDF (max 5 MB) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 13th at noon, EST. Include “CUP Fellowship for Change in Design” in the subject line.
Please note that we will NOT review applications that do not provide all requested materials. No phone calls, please.
CUP is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to fair and inclusive employment practices, and strongly encourage people of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the diversification of ideas to apply.
Asian-American Center Accepting Applications:Finalized AAC Student Awards 2020 Flyer
Utopia Parkway Journal is the Undergraduate Literary Journal of Queens College and is currently open for submissions of visual art for its 2020 edition. Utopia Parkway is also in need of a visual art piece for its front cover.
I’m reaching out to ask if you could send a mass email to notify art majors and minors of this opportunity to contribute to the QC literary and artistic community by submitting their artwork (and literary work!) to Utopia Parkway for consideration to be published.
Below is a link to our website, detailing submission guidelines:
Meet creative companies helping you take your first steps in the design industry.
Are you a design student or new graduate? Join us for AIGA NY’s 3rd annual mini-job fair! Meet reps from New York’s top creative companies and studios. Find out what a typical day is like for their designers and hear what creative directors are looking for in new designers like you.
It’s speed networking meets the design industry and not another portfolio review. Come by, introduce yourself, and discover where to take your first steps in the design industry.
AIGA NY board members Caspar Lam and Janet Esquirol will co-host.
Event Series: Work in Progress
AIGA NY Student Job Fair is part of the Work in Progress event series. These events are focused on the creative process, personal development and professional development. They aim to give a peek behind the curtain and expose failure as a valuable experience.
Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts
65 West 11th Street Room B500
New York, NY 10011
Friday, February 15
12:00pm – 4:00pm
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.
CUP is looking for talented designers to partner on the 2019 issues of Making Policy Public. CUP seeks designers, visual artists, and other creative workers with an interest in public policy, who will bring unique visual solutions to the design challenges presented by communicating complex policy issues.
Click here to download the application guidelines and learn more about the program.
Applications from designers are due by Monday, August 20 at 5pm EST.
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Designers & artists, collaborate with @we_are_CUP on a visual explanation of a complex policy issue! Apply here: makingpolicypublic.net
Are you a design student or a newly minted graduate? Join us for AIGA/NY’s 2nd annual mini-job fair! Its speed networking meets the design industry not another portfolio review. Come by and introduce yourself. Meet reps. from New York’s top creative organizations, companies, agencies and studios and learn about the advantages of working at their company. Ask what a typical day is like for their designers, find out about all the office perks and hear what their creative directors look for when they hire new talent. You will discover what is unique about each situation and why you might want to work for one or more of these companies.
Details and Registration here:
Wednesday, January 4, 7-9 pm, CEP Hall 2 (between the Student Union and Razran Hall; marked C2 on this map: http://www.qc.cuny.edu/about/directions/2d/Pages/default.aspx). All levels and ages are welcome.
If you are unfamiliar with FreeCodeCamp, check it out and sign up: http://www.freecodecamp.com/.
Information: email@example.com ; https://www.facebook.com/events/164814930665287/.