If you can’t find an internship in New York, this list might help! Below are 11 internships (which could lead to full-time employment) in New York. We’ve highlighted the skills needed for each position, but you can click on the titles, which will bring you to the individual job postings, to get the full scope.
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Located in the Flat-Iron district, Local Interactive is an exciting, young, entrepreneurial digital marketing startup involved in building the leading artificial intelligence marketing platform for businesses. The company is looking to fill both paid internships and part-time jobs. Your responsibilities will include reaching out to major businesses, developing leads, and scheduling appointments for the marketing sales director. This is a great opportunity for students who want to gain sales experience.
Jill Wachter is an experienced fashion photographer, so this is a plum assignment for those with an interest in photography. This is an unpaid position available for school credit. Your responsibilities will include office work as well as assisting on photo shoots. You will also be involved in retouching, market research, pre-production, post-production, editing, converting files, stock work, filing and assisting with the website. A good knowledge of Photoshop is required.
AHAlife is an online shopping marketplace. You will be assisting the senior graphic designers on a wide variety of projects, including newsletters, website updates, and packaging. This is an unpaid internship, but you will be reimbursed for travel and meals. This could lead to a full-time position. You should be able to work independently as well as on a team. Experience in Photoshop is ideal.
One Chronicle is a visual storytelling platform. For this position, you’ll be working remotely. You will help create and record the visual story and history of your town. You are required to be iPhone user and have strong communication skills.
AHAlife, an online shopping marketplace, is looking for a social media intern to help create engaging content across various social media platforms. This is an unpaid internship, but you will be reimbursed for travel and meals. This could lead to a full-time position. You should be familiar with the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Quora.
OPGNY is a well established real estate brokerage, management and investment group. For this position, you will be taking pictures and videos of apartments around NYC as well as street scenes, which will be posted on their website and social media. You must use your own equipment – professional camera and computer. Applicants must be able to work 25-30 hours a week.
Daniel Gwirtzman is a nonprofit performing and teaching company. Your duties will include assisting the director in office and production-related tasks with an emphasis on marketing and social media. The ideal candidate is someone who wants to learn the business side of running a dance company, and is organized and creative. The company is looking for 2-5 interns. While the positions are unpaid, students may get credit and will get reimbursed for transportation. Out-of-town students may work remotely.
Flower Girl is a flower shop in need of an intern to help with the day-to-day operations. Do you have a green thumb? Then this might be the internship for you. While the position is unpaid, the company will reimburse you for one meal per shift. You will get first-hand experience on how to care for flowers that might eventually end up at someone’s wedding or other special event. Your responsibilities will include arranging flowers and working on deliveries and seasonal events.
Located in downtown NYC, this creative arts camp for children is looking for dance teacher apprentices and summer arts intern. You will receive a stipend. Dance teacher apprentices will assist the dance teachers in their classrooms, while summer arts interns will work on running a summer program and also participate in performances with visiting artists. For both positions, you must have a passion for performing arts and love working with kids.
AHAlife, an online shopping marketplace, is looking for a customer service intern. This is an unpaid internship, but you will be reimbursed for travel and meals. This could lead to a full-time position. As a customer service intern, you will be asked to respond to customer questions over the phone, live chat, or through email. You must have an ability communicate well and be energetic. Experience with CRM tools and practices is useful but not essential.
Brian Bonilla is a Journalism and Marketing student at Brooklyn College. When it comes to sports he’s an expert watcher and a mediocre player. When he’s not busy catching up on shows or writing scripts he’s probably telling people to watch The Americans on FX.