Work-study student with our office working on Social Media, Graphic Design, and Communication. Please let us know if you are qualified to work with one or a combination. You can email Yael Rosenstock at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive information about how to apply.
Congrats to Graphic Design major Jiemin Yang, whose “Love is the Same” poster (above) is a finalist in the Human Rights Forum at City College‘s annual poster design contest. And check out an alternate design he made below:
BIC is a two-year, 36 credit portfolio-driven master’s program at City College that uniquely combines 3 critical disciplines (Creative, Management/Planning, and Public Relations) in a collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment. While students focus on their track of choice, they are always involved with the other two.
For more information about the BIC program, please visit www.ccny.cuny.edu/bic and the BIC blog at www.bic-ccny.info. In the STUDENTS section of the BIC site, you’ll see where students come from, what undergraduate degrees they have, as well as a list of where members of their first graduating class ended up: BBDO, TBWA, Rabin Martin, Ketchum, Y&R, Tribal, GREY, DDB, SS+K, etc.
The deadline to apply for Fall 2016 is April 1st 2016. Step-by-step instructions on the application process can be found on the Admissions website:www.ccny.cuny.edu/admissions/graduate-studies.cfm. But, if interested, I strongly suggest you connect with Prof. Gerardo Blumenkrantz, the Creative Track director, who can tell you about any possible extensions, etc
Utopia Parkway Literary Journal is currently accepting fiction, non-fiction, academic writing, poetry, art, and drama scripts to their journal!
Queens College Undergraduates Deadline: March 31, 2016
Email submissions and questions to: email@example.com
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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 Ryan.Smith@qc.cuny.edu