Creative Internship & Job Opportunities: aka NYC, Etsy, and more

Each week NY Creative Interns brings you a curated list of the best internships and entry level jobs in New York City. If you apply for one of these great opportunities, please let them know that NY Creative Interns sent you. Sign up for our Weekly Opportunities Newsletter and see

Creative Internship and Job Opportunities: Turner Broadcasting, WECREATE NYC, & More

Each week NY Creative Interns brings you a curated list of the best internships and entry level jobs in New York City. If you apply for one of these great opportunities, please let them know that NY Creative Interns sent you. Sign up for our Weekly Opportunities Newsletter and see

How to Create an Inspiring Community — A Year of NY Creative Interns

We built this community by reaching out to people who've inspired us and chose topics like taking risks and starting something; ideas that have helped us in our own careers. Our year has been filled with incredible people sharing their insight with young creatives looking to follow their dreams. Here's

NY Creative Interns Weekend: Full Day of Inspiration, Great People, Learning, and Fun

NY Creative Interns is nearing it’s one-year-anniversary; a successful year filled with over 15 events geared towards networking and job preparation.  In anticipation of this milestone, we are about to tackle our most ambitious project yet: NY Creative Interns Weekend. Maybe we’ll come up with a more creative name but for now what’s behind

Panelist Profile: Jacob Krupnick of Girl Walk // All Day

We are super excited to start introducing our panelists for our next meetup on Tuesday, April 26th at Etsy HQ!
Sell Yourself without Selling Out: Making It as an Artist in the Digital Age
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First up, Jacob Krupnick of Girl Walk // All Day!
What is your

Sell Yourself Without Selling Out at Etsy HQ

We are ecstatic to announce that our NY Creative Interns Meetup #4 is taking place at Etsy Headquarters in Brooklyn!

In a world where digital rules, how can you take your creative project and do something with it?  If you call yourself an artist (and we’re all artists in

Video: Bonus Content from NYCi #2: The Failure Method


Couldn’t make it to NYCi #2 // The Failure Method: Why Taking Risks Is Important To Being Successful? Don’t worry, we filmed the whole thing!
Check out this video of our amazing panel answering questions about risks they’ve taken, how they bounced back, things they wished they’d done, how