Non-Paid Graphic Design Internship, Part-time (Industrial City, BK)
Start: March 2017
This is an in-house opportunity only for NYC residents only.
For those interested in gaining experience in web and print design/production, this opportunity will allow for hands-on interaction with a wide variety of real projects and interesting clients.
This internship is open to currently enrolled undergraduate/graduate students or recent graduates who are looking to gain additional work experience.
This is an excellent opportunity for entry-level designers to gain insight into a small design studio with a great culture, bolster their understanding of the creative process and contribute conceptually and professionally to a team. You will be working directly under the junior designer and R&D.
This position provide the following skill sets: - proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (PS, ID, and AI) - General design and typography skills, ad creation & web development - Creative portfolio - A proactive work environment
College Credit Hours - 3-5 Days/week (20 - 40 hours) Location - Industrial City, Brooklyn
Application Details Please send the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org - An interesting, but brief, statement in your email telling us about yourself - Your most recent resume - A link to your portfolio
Any applications missing any of these materials will not be reviewed.
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