Intern at CALL

Fall 2017 Intern Erin O'Flynn helps guide participants at a WALK in Van Cortlandt Park.

Fall 2017 Intern Erin O'Flynn helps guide participants at a WALK in Van Cortlandt Park.

At a CALL internship, you will learn about the best practices in interdisciplinary work, supporting CALL's efforts to make sustainability tangible through artist-led partnerships with scientists, planners, engineers, local stakeholders, community members and other experts. CALL currently has immediate openings for up to three summer interns. 

Digital Media Intern

Position: Digital Media Internships (1 available)

Reports to: Program Manager, Project Designer

Location: 349 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013 (may include travel within NYC to site locations)

Commitment: between 6-12 hours per week for 3-6 months, depending on the candidate’s availability (agreed at start)

Responsibilities may include:

  • General administrative tasks,

  • Updating websites and social media platforms

  • Drafting email marketing newsletters

  • Designing Print and Digital Media assets

  • Organizing Photos and Documenting projects and events

  • Supporting the continued development of the Mary Miss Studio and CALL archives

  • Editing photos and videos

  • Contributing to CALL’s ongoing programs in other ways, as directed by program staff, on the basis of the candidate’s specific abilities

Requirements:

  • Successful applicants will demonstrate

    • Prior professional experience, through work, volunteering or other internships.

    • Interest in sustainability, urban planning and contemporary art

    • Confident and skilled social media user

    • Reliability, trustworthiness and commitment to responsibilities

    • Experience with Squarespace and/or Wordpress.

    • Clear written and oral communication

    • Thoughtful engagement with current environmental concerns

    • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite and Canva

  • Applicants must be currently pursuing an academic qualification, or have completed a higher education degree program within the last calendar year.

  • Applicants for the archive position should be studying for a degree which involves archiving, preservation or library science. Applicants for the Programs position may be in any degree program.

  • Applicants should reside within commutable distance of NYC.

Working Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and experience with databases or archiving is a plus. 

This is an unpaid internship, but reasonable public transit travel expenses within the New York Metro Area can be covered.

To Apply:

Please send a resume and cover letter with a few things that interest you about the arts and sustainability, and two academic or professional references (include name, position, organization, email and phone number) to info@cityaslivinglab.org. Please include a link to a portfolio or instagram account demonstrating your digital media skills.

 


Programs & Development Intern

2018 Summer Programs Intern Juvi helps prepare planters made out of plastic bottles at a workshop with artist Jean Shin

2018 Summer Programs Intern Juvi helps prepare planters made out of plastic bottles at a workshop with artist Jean Shin

Position: Programs & Development Internships (1 available)

Reports to: Studio/Program Manager

Location: 349 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013 (may include travel within NYC to site locations)

Commitment: between 6-12 hours per week for 3-6 months, depending on the candidate’s availability (agreed at start)

Responsibilities may include:

  • General administrative tasks, including but not limited to

    • Email and postal correspondence

    • Answering phones

    • Office maintenance

    • Database Management

  • Assisting with project development by

    • Supporting staff at working group events

    • Conducting research

    • Contributing to the production of documentary and informational materials such as booklets, brochures and digital presentations

    • Providing assistance to design team and artists as required in the production of public artworks.

  • Contributing to CALL’s ongoing programs in other ways, as directed by program staff, on the basis of the candidate’s specific abilities

Requirements:

  • Successful applicants will demonstrate

    • Prior professional experience, through work, volunteering or other internships.

    • Interest in sustainability, urban planning and contemporary art

    • Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills

    • Reliability, trustworthiness and commitment to responsibilities

    • Clear written and oral communication

    • Thoughtful engagement with current environmental concerns

  • Willingness to learn, adapt and be a part of a team

  • Applicants must be currently pursuing an academic qualification, or have completed a higher education degree program within the last calendar year.

  • Applicants for the archive position should be studying for a degree which involves archiving, preservation or library science. Applicants for the Programs position may be in any degree program.

  • Applicants should reside within commutable distance of NYC.

Working Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and experience with databases or archiving is a plus. 

This is an unpaid internship, but reasonable public transit travel expenses within the New York Metro Area can be covered.

To Apply:

Please send a resume and cover letter with a few things that interest you about the arts and sustainability, and two academic or professional references (include name, position, organization, email and phone number) to info@cityaslivinglab.org


2016-17 Intern Echo Zhou helps organize a CALL/WALK

2016-17 Intern Echo Zhou helps organize a CALL/WALK

Media/ Editing Intern

Position: Media/ Editing Internships (1 available)

Reports to: Program Manager, Project Designer

Location: 349 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013 (may include travel within NYC to site locations)

Commitment: between 40-80 hours, anytime between May and July, to be agreed upon at the start.

Responsibilities include:

  • Working with video production team to edit footage of public programs

  • Documenting workshops and events on audio & video

  • Supporting with other digital media tasks, such as producing and managing online content as needed

  • Supporting the CALL Staff with other tasks as needed

Requirements:

  • Successful applicants will demonstrate

    • Prior professional experience, through work, volunteering or other internships.

    • Interest in sustainability, urban planning and contemporary art

    • Confident and skilled social media user

    • Reliability, trustworthiness and commitment to responsibilities

    • Knowledge of video and audio technology

    • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, especially Premiere

  • Applicants must be currently pursuing an academic qualification, or have completed a higher education degree program within the last calendar year.

  • Applicants should reside within commutable distance of NYC.

Working Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and experience with databases or archiving is a plus. 

This is an unpaid internship with a stipend of $400-800 depending on length of agreement.

To Apply:

Please send a resume and cover letter with a few things that interest you about the arts and sustainability, and two academic or professional references (include name, position, organization, email and phone number) to info@cityaslivinglab.org. Please include a link to a portfolio or youtube/vimeo account you provide content for.