Esquire Magazine Fall Design Intern (unpaid)

  • Job Description:
    Esquire Magazine (Hearst Corporation) is seeking a junior or senior graphic design student for an internship in the art department for the fall 2016 term. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include: updating layouts, minor imaging work, and some design. Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, strong working knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop, and most importantly, be eager to learn. Applicants are required to receive college credit for the internship. You must turn in a letter on college letterhead stating you will be receiving credit for the internship. The letter must be signed by a professor, advisor, or the registrar. This position is unpaid. A commitment of at least 3 full days a week is required, from 10 am to 6 pm (flexible). To Apply, please send a cover letter in the body of the email, resume and a PDF or link to your portfolio to ivana.cruz@hearst.com.
  • Position: Internship
  • Area of Focus: Design
  • City: New York City
  • Region: NYC tri-state
  • About Our Company: Hearst Magazines, a unit of The Hearst Corporation, is the world’s largest publisher of monthly magazines, with 15 U.S. titles and nearly 200 international editions distributed in as many countries. The Company also publishes 20 magazines in the United Kingdom through its wholly owned subsidiary, The National Magazine Company Limited. Most Hearst magazines have a presence on the Web. Hearst Magazines is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to promoting a culturally diverse work environment. To learn more, please visit our web site: www.hearst.com.
  • Company: Hearst
  • Contact Email:ivana.cruz@hearst.com
  • Contact Name: Ivana Cruz
  • How to Apply: To apply, please send a cover letter in the body of the email, resume and a PDF or link to your portfolio to ivana.cruz@hearst.com. The most promising candidates will be contacted for an interview.
  • Job Requirements: Must be a junior/senior in college. Must have working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite. Must turn in a letter on college letterhead confirming student will receive college credit. The letter must be signed by a professor, advisor or the registrar.
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