Internships and Jobs of the Week: Arts, Communications & Languages

Tribeca Film Festival 2020 Internships, NY, NY

The Tribeca Film Festival was launched to celebrate New York City as a major filmmaking center and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan. The Festival brings together visionaries across industries and diverse audiences to celebrate the power of storytelling. They are looking for creative, hardworking and responsible college students and recent grads (’18 – ’19) that have a strong interest in film, film festivals, film related production, and event planning for their upcoming festival in April. Interns will be providing support to the Artist Relations departments of the Tribeca Film Festival (Filmmaker, Panels, Industry, & Immersive/VR) with various administrative office duties and relevant projects.

For more information and to apply, see HERE

 Museum of Modern Art – Paid Summer 2020 Internships – NY, NY

The Museum of Modern Art is looking for full time Summer 2020 interns to work Monday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. from June 8 through August 14, 2020.  Interns make a stipend of $5,250. Applicants must have a minimum of two years of college completed (or equivalent) by June 2020 in order to apply. Application Deadline February 21, 2020 and decision notification is April 13, 2020.

For more information and to apply see HERE

 HarperCollins Publishers – Paid Editorial Summer 2020 Internship – Princeton, NJ

HarperCollins Publishers is the second largest consumer book publisher in the world, with operations in 17 countries. They are seeking an Editorial Services summer intern in their Princeton, NJ, office. As part of an Editorial Services team that provides manuscript proofreading, eBook quality assurance proofing, editorial corrections, and other content ‐ specific services to managing and production editorial teams in New York, the intern will gain an understanding of the HarperCollins production process, from manuscript to book, and learn about HarperCollins’s imprints and their respective genres and authors. This summer internship runs from June 8 through August 17 for a total of 10 weeks. Interns will work a total of 28 hours per week (Monday to Thursday, 9 to 5), with an hour for lunch each day.

For more information and to apply see HERE

HarperCollins Publishers – Paid Children’s Books Editorial Summer 2020 Internship, NY, NY

HarperCollins Children’s Books is seeking an editorial intern to support the team that develops and publishes licensed books and novelty titles across all age categories! It’s a paid 10-week program which runs from June 1 through August 7.  All interns work Monday through Thursday, for a total of 28 hours per week.  As a HarperCollins intern, you will learn about the entire publishing process – following one book from beginning to end while hearing from the people who worked on it in our weekly lunch and learn series (lunch is provided!). You will work on a publishing project throughout the summer with your fellow interns and have the opportunity to present your findings to senior staff.  There are plenty of opportunities to network including an icebreaker bowling trip, and the end of the program culminates with a presentation called “How to Get a Job in Publishing” – offering advice on your resume, cover letter, interview, and networking.

For more information and to apply see HERE

HarperCollins Publishers – Paid Advertising & Promotion Design Summer 2020 Internship, NY, NY

The Advertising and Promotion Department is seeking a graphic design intern to work on a variety of projects this summer!  This is a paid 10 week program which runs from June 1 through August 7.  All interns work Monday through Thursday, for a total of 28 hours per week.  As a HarperCollins intern, you will learn about the entire publishing process – following one book from beginning to end while hearing from the people who worked on it in our weekly lunch and learn series (lunch is provided!). You will work on a publishing project throughout the summer with your fellow interns and have the opportunity to present your findings to senior staff.  There are plenty of opportunities to network including an icebreaker bowling trip, and the end of the program culminates with a presentation called “How to Get a Job in Publishing” – offering advice on your resume, cover letter, interview, and networking.

For more information and to apply see HERE

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