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5 Internships that Need Amazing Applicants
MindShare. Media Planning Intern. Unpaid, academic credit available. MindShare is a next-generation marketing services agency. Duties: Interns will be assigned to a media discipline that closely matches their area of interest. Interns may be exposed to work in any of our strategy, investment, or specialty groups. They will assist in the development of media strategies that are consistent with clients’ goals and approved media plans. Apply here.
Photo Intern. Miko Lim is a recognized name in both the U.S. and Japanese fashion markets. His works appear regularly in Numero, and he has shot campaigns for Diesel Jeans, Nike, Vogue, GQ, Converse, and Champion. Duties: Assistance with on-location shoots and in studio, Photoshop and computer support, and other duties as assigned. Apply here.
UrbanDaddy. Nightlife Editorial Intern. Paid. UrbanDaddy has information on the hottest nightlife, restaurants, and bars in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Las Vegas. Duties: Attend events and report back to editorial director. Source new and upcoming venues, conducting interviews and fact checks as needed. Go on local scouting and information gathering assignments. Participate in calendaring sessions, as well as editorial and creative meetings. Conduct research for stories and upcoming events. Apply here.
Free Arts NYC. Marketing and Design Spring Internship. Unpaid. Free Arts NYC provides arts and mentoring for under-served children and families. Duties: Updating and redesigning current organizational working documents, designing graphics and images for new website, and assisting the Marketing Manager in defining and distributing branding guidelines and template documents to staff.
5 Entry Level Jobs that Need Amazing Applicants
Broadway Cares. Graphic Designer. Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the nation’s largest industry-based nonprofits. Duties: Successfully create and execute compelling projects within video, print, and online media. The designer will help us expand and enhance the ways in which we tell our story and connect with supporters and donors.
Ralph Lauren. Public Relations Coordinator. Duties: Supports manager in editorial media requests for all Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren, and Childrenswear. Supports outreach to fashion editors and editorial stylists, as well as creation of seasonal look books and presentations. Develops relationships with design team, advertising, sales, marketing, dotcom, etc. Apply here.
The Museum of Natural History. Public Programs Coordinator. The Coordinator assists with all operations and programming to implement the full calendar of public programs at the American Museum of Natural History. This position is split between general public programs and coordinating the Margaret Mead Film Festival. Apply here.
Sprout. Film Program Coordinator. Sprout offers recreation, travel, and arts programs to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Duties: Overseeing the annual Sprout Film Festival, coordinating the Touring Film Festival program, promoting and marketing of Sproutflix (streams, downloads, and DVDs), assisting with the making and editing of short films featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, adding captions to films, and administrative duties as needed.
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