The art intern is assigned to assist the art director and the Readings art editors. Tasks range from art and production (researching, page layout, color separation) to clerical (makingphotocopies, phone work, return of materials). The diversity of tasks depends largely on initiative and self-motivation.
This is an unpaid, part-time position. Hours are from 11-6, two days a week with anhour off for lunch. Some flexibility is possible and can be discussed in individual cases. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide aid in terms of housing or transportation.
To apply, send a coverletter, in the form of a personal statement of no more than 500 words, explaining why you would like to take part in the internship program and letting us know something about yourself-your interests,concerns, and ideas. You should include a resume and the names and phone numbers of at least two references whom we may contact. We ask that you also complete the enclosed assignment. Resumes andcover letters will not be acknowledged unless they come with a completed assignment. Interviews for finalists will be set up after the above materials are received. The schedule is as follows:
The firstterm begins September 1 and runs through December. Application deadline: postmarked by June 15; decision by August 1.
The second term begins January 2 and runs through May. Application deadline:postmarked by October 15; decision by December 1.
The third term begins June 1 and runs through August. Application deadline: postmarked by March 15; decision by May 1.
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