Creative Internship and Job Opportunities: New York Arts Magazine, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, & More

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5 Internships that Need Amazing Applicants

New York Arts Magazine. Spring or Summer Graphic Design Intern. Unpaid, but compensation includes a press pass. NY Arts Magazine is an independent publication for artists, writers, photographers, and critics to voice their ideas. Duties: Assist with design and production of a quarterly contemporary arts publication. Tasks will include the design of editorial layouts, online banners, and promotional graphics. The intern will also work with the editorial team to post articles to our website using
Joomla. Apply here.

Seftel Productions.
Spring Film/TV Marketing Intern. Unpaid. Seftel Productions is a New York-based boutique production company that produces award-winning documentaries, feature films, commercials, and digital media. Duties: Contact venues for screenings; write updates for social media; and recommend websites, blogs, and social media pages for use in promoting non-profit video to new audiences. The intern will work under the guidance of an experienced marketing manager. Apply here.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Spring Photography Intern. Unpaid. Duties: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden photography intern will help document BBG’s collections and events, participate in BBG’s social networks including Twitter and Facebook, moderate BBG’s visitor photo group, and help maintain BBG’s digital image archives. They will gain great real-world experience and portfolio material. Apply here.

Cowbird. Community Management Interns. Paid. A new storytelling project by Jonathan Harris is looking for interns to join our team and help oversee a growing community of storytellers from around the world. Interns will process new members, assist existing members, help curate stories, and provide materials to the media. We are looking for bright, energetic, organized college students or recent grads with impeccable communication and social media skills. Time commitment: 4 days/week, 4 hours/day. Compensation: Small daily stipend. Send cover letter and resume to
to apply.


Scripps Network.
Intern – CityEats. Paid. Lifestyle-media leader Scripps Networks’ television brands include HGTV, Food Network, Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Fine Living Network, and Great American Country music network. Duties: Scripps Networks’ CityEats team is looking for an intern to learn about completing competitive research, creating online SEM campaigns, assisting with producing videos and photography, and the basics of marketing campaigns and project requirements. Apply here.

5 Entry Level Jobs that Need Amazing Applicants


New York Live Arts. Producing Associate. New York Live Arts is a non-profit, New York City-based dance organization. Duties: The principal responsibility of the Producing Associate is to provide research and administrative support for New York Live Arts’ new humanities program that will begin a research and development phase in mid-March 2012. Duties include conducting research; attending creative, production, and program meetings; coordinating bookings of rehearsal studios; and others as assigned. Apply here.

ChallengePost. Community and Customer Support Assistant. ChallengePost enables people and organizations to challenge the public to solve problems and accomplish goals collectively. Duties: Customer Support–Assist with challenges, review submissions for eligibility, test apps for functionality, write and challenge updates, and perform general administrative work. Marketing–Promote challenges to universities, blogs, software developer communities, and at events and Meetups. Apply here.

Photo Shoot Merchandise Coordinator. ShopBop is a retailer of designer clothing and accessories for women. Duties: Coordinate samples and merchandise for our editorial photo shoots. Work closely with marketing, buying, and planning to understand on-order and suggest items for use in upcoming stories. Communicate with vendors about samples. Coordinate all samples and merchandise from source to set. Coordinate return of merchandise. Other duties as assigned. Apply here.

ESPN. Project Customer Care Coordinator Duties: The Customer Care Coordinator works to assist the Customer Care leadership team with the execution of key functions that impact fans, our customer contact centers, and internal ESPN “customers” and leaders. This Coordinator will be involved in supporting all fan-impacting operational aspects of WatchESPN.
Apply here.

Brookside Artist Management. Assistant Junior Manager. Prestigious, NY-based boutique talent Management Company
representing high profile as well as developing actors and actresses looking for an assistant. It’s an opportunity to learn the entertainment business, develop management skills and work very closely with clients. Lots of potential to grow within. Apply here.

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