Whether you’re just beginning classes in the program, or you’ve graduated already withe a Dyson degree, employment is probably something that you’ve been thinking about since before you graduated with your Bachelor’s degree.
With over 100 employers, the Fall 2014 NYC Internship & Job Fair on Thursday, October 2nd in the C Level Gym and Student Union, you have an opportunity to put yourself out there and possibly procure your dream job or internship! The event is scheduled to run from 2pm to 5pm, so come prepared to meet with hiring professionals in your field, with plenty of copies of your resumé to distribute.
Register online: bit.ly/paceunyc14
Look out for the following companies who are looking specifically for Publishing students:
- Crain Communications, Inc. (Looking for Marketing Coordinator, Front End Developer)
- Discovery Communications (Looking for Sales Assistant, General internships, Communications Intern, Ad Sales Intern)
- Fever (Looking for Operations Associate, Marketing Associate, Intern, Copywriter Intern, Content Associate)
- Simon & Schuster (Looking for intern)
- The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) (Looking for Marketing Intern, Literary Intern, General Management Intern, Development Intern)
- Viacom (Looking for Internship)
- ZenithOptimedia (Looking for Media Trainee, Intern)
Be sure to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity!
Click here for a full list of employers who will be present at the fair.
M.S. in Publishing students looking for an internship that exposes them to agency side of publishing should consider the Fall position with the Elizabeth Kaplan Literary Agency. The boutique agency represents both fiction and nonfiction work by award-winning and best-selling authors, in the areas of narrative and practical nonfiction, biography, history, memoir, pop culture, literary fiction, young adult and middle grade fiction, and commercial women’s fiction.
Located one block from Madison Square Park, The Elizabeth Kaplan Literary Agency is looking for a part-time intern for the Fall 2012 semester (or longer) with a strong interest in books and a career in the publishing industry to come in for 10-15 hours a week.
- Strong reading and editing skills a must
- Knowledge of the marketplace a plu
- Looking for someone who can not only assess fiction manuscripts, but seek out new potential non-fiction projects.
We represent authors and guide their careers. The intern will have a chance to assist us with all aspects of agenting, from reading and reviewing manuscripts and queries, editing, learning about foreign rights and contracts. As with any internship, a part of the position will be general administrative work, but we do our best to find activities that best match the individual’s interests and keep the admin work to a minimum.
This is an unpaid internship, but we strive to assist our interns with job placement when the opportunity arises.
Contact: Please send an email to Melissa Sarver at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you’d like to be our intern and what makes you the best person for this position. Please include your resume as an attachment.