Art dept. intern for New You magazine

  • Job Description:
    New You magazine is seeking an industrious art department intern from 11 February to 8 March 2013. A commitment of 20 (flexible) hours a week is required. Would prefer a 3rd- or 4th-year design student, or possibly a recent graduate. You will be receiving school credit as well as a stipend of $500 per week. Intern should be a passionate, creative individual with a strong typographic skills. An interest in magazine design and publishing is a big plus along with a good knowledge of Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat. We are using CS6. We'd love you to be confident, aware, motivated, detail-oriented, friendly, communicative, and eager to pitch in and do anything. We have a very small art and editorial team and everyone wears many hats--every task, big or small, receives the same amount of attention. The ability to play nicely with others is paramount. We also have fun here. Duties will include: • support of the art department in all capacities, • updating the mini wall, • sporadic image/design/font research, • designing small graphics and magazine pages as needed, • updating layouts created by others on occasion. Our intern will be involved with all facets of producing the issue and should walk away with some nice tearsheets.
  • Position: Internship
  • Area of Focus: Design
  • City: New York City
  • Duration: Freelance
  • About Our Company: New You is a beauty magazine, published quarterly from New York. It is a nationally-distributed publication with a circulation of 250,000. The design and photography is modern, sophisticated and luxe.
  • Company: new you media
  • Contact
  • Contact Name: dian-aziza ooka
  • How to Apply: Please send your cover letter in the body of your email, attach résumé, and PDF (or portfolio link) to: Deadline for application: 5 February 2013 Design school applicants are required to receive college credit for the internship. Please have a letter on your school's letterhead stating you will be receiving credit. This letter must be signed by your professor, advisor, or the registrar. To view the magazine online:
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