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Five Internships That Need Amazing Applicants
*Of a Kind. Operations Intern. College Credit. Of a Kind aims to support and promote on-the-rise fashion designers by giving you access to their unique products and stories. Of a Kind is seeking an Operations Intern. Interns have to be straight-up passionate about Of a Kind, live in NYC, be available at least two full days a week, be able to bring your own laptop, and have experience in merchandising, PR, marketing, editorial, and/or graphic design. And you should know that they really depend on their interns, so you get to do a lot. Apply here.
Factory 360. Creative Intern. College Credit. Factory 360 is an award-winning national experiential marketing agency based in NYC with Fortune 500 clients. We are rapidly expanding and soon opening offices in San Francisco and Austin and moving into a new headquarters in NYC. Factory 360 is an Events Marketing Agency in the Flatiron District specializing in social media, brand experience, and experiential marketing. We are looking for a dedicated, passionate intern with an open attitude for learning new evolving technologies to help with our ongoing growing business. The internship will allow you to dive into the many aspects of experiential marketing. Apply here.
Barrel. Web Operations Intern. Paid. Barrel is a digital agency in New York City. We help businesses and organizations in a number of ways including building websites, designing brand identities, and executing marketing strategies. Barrel is looking for an intern to help our Web Operations team for 3 months. This is a paid position and a chance to work on real projects. Current students and recent grads are both welcome to apply. Barrel’s Web Ops team is a unique and quirky crew. They’ll make sure you’re trained and ready to contribute. Barrel is looking for someone who is eager to learn, excited about building awesome websites, and passionate about providing great customer service. We are also seeking someone who can fit in with our hard-working, fun-loving culture. Apply here.
PublicStuff. Design Intern. Paid. PublicStuff is a technology start-up that aims to connect people with their local government with the goals of increasing civic participation, accountability, and efficiency in municipalities across the United States. PublicStuff seeks a passionate, talented design intern who is looking to contribute immediately inside a fast-paced team environment. You would own/contribute to our communications efforts (sales sheets, promotional materials, and other visual assets). Depending on bandwidth and performance, you could also work on some user experience projects and other live product needs with our lead designer. Do people always tell you that you’re a “great designer” but an even “more awesome person”? We want you. Need to know: InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Secondary: Fireworks. Apply here.
Food Bank For New York City. Special Events Intern. College Credit. Food Bank For New York City recognizes 30 years as the city’s major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs. Joining Food Bank For New York City as the Special Events Intern is a great opportunity to gain valuable non-profit event planning experience. As a member of the events and engagement team, the intern will have the opportunity to play a key role in Food Bank’s event production and engagement strategy. At the end of this internship, the Special Events Intern will have working knowledge of key event skills, including developing production timelines, planning processes, budgeting, and community outreach which he/she will be able to translate into future career opportunities. Apply here.
Five Entry-Level Jobs That Need Amazing Applicants
*London Review of Books. Advertising Executive. London Review of Books is the largest literary magazine in Europe, publishing the finest long form essays across a variety of political and cultural topics. LRB USA, Inc. is a sales company based in New York and a subsidiary of LRB Ltd. London Review of Books USA is looking for an enthusiastic recent graduate to join its expanding New York office. The role is primarily sales-based, searching out new business and maintaining an existing roster of publishing and cultural clients who advertise in the print and online editions of the magazine. This is an excellent opportunity to establish a career at an internationally respected literary publication that also offers a competitive salary, professional development, and the chance to work with leading editorial and publishing professionals. Apply here.
Uncommon goods. Junior Graphic Designer. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in New York City, UncommonGoods is a catalog and online retailer of creatively designed, high-quality products. UncommonGoods is a fast growing ecommerce and catalog retail company. They are currently expanding and looking for a junior designer to work on quarterly catalog layouts, weekly marketing emails, and web graphics. The designer will also be part of their innovation and strategy team where they will have the opportunity to help develop and design larger scale company wide projects. The junior designer will report to a senior designer and work alongside photographers, copywriters, and a tech team in a fast-paced environment—strong communication skills, attention to detail and a great attitude are a must! Apply here.
Marquee Media. Copy Editor. Marquee Media connects consumers with products and services through content- based advertising. Marquee Media creates sponsored content about products and services, which are viewed by millions of readers each month across our network of vertical-centered web properties and media partners. Marquee Media seek a copy editor to work with clients to create magazine-style articles for use in online publications that promote their products and services to consumers. Work environment is work in an open cubicle-free social environment, allowing ideas, communications, and collaboration to flow freely. Apply here.
Bark & Co. Crafty + DIY Freelance BarkPost Blogger. Bark & Co is the handiwork of Matt Meeker, Henrik Werdelin (prehype) and Carly Strife. Brought together by their love of all things canine, these three launched Bark & Co’s first product, BarkBox, with little thought as to how popular it was going to be. Bark & Co is looking for a freelance blogger to join our BarkPost team. As a freelance blogger for The BarkPost, you will be responsible for writing crafty + DIY posts related to dogs. Requirements: great understanding of HTML and WordPress, fantastic photography skills, and an understanding of the online DIY and craft community. Apply here.
UNICEF. Temporary Coordinator. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and improve children’s lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more. UNICEF seeks a Temporary Coordinator to report to the Senior Director of Special Events within the Development department. The Coordinator will assist in the planning of cultivation and fundraising events which USF hosts to raise revenue and cultivate corporate and individual major donors. The primary responsibilities of the coordinator will be to support the administrative needs of the team, maintain event donor information within PIDI database, and other projects as assigned. As a key member of the team the Coordinator will work closely with other USF departments and event leadership which may include USF’s senior management team, national Board members, major donors, corporate partners, and event volunteer committee members. Apply here.
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