Applications for Summer internships are closed! Now what...
As applications for Summer internships are now closed, you might be thinking about what's next. Don’t get discouraged - consider applying for Fall internships instead. Here are 3 reasons why:
1. Advance your Career and Degree
Consider obtaining an internship credit during the upcoming Fall term. This opportunity allows you to gain practical experience in the creative industry while lightening your class workload. By combining academic pursuits with hands-on creative work, you'll enhance your creative degree and stand out among your peers.
When the school year resumes, companies often struggle to find Fall interns in the creative field. This unique situation creates an abundance of creative internship opportunities for aspiring interns like you. With less competition vying for creative internships, your chances of securing a position skyrocket. Moreover, Fall interns often contribute to important creative projects during the bustling holiday season, which adds significant value to your resume.
Taking a break during the summer offers valuable time to reflect on your university experience and map out your career path in the creative industry. Utilize this period to refine your resume and optimize your LinkedIn profile, tailoring them to your creative aspirations. Additionally, dedicate time to building a stellar creative portfolio that showcases your unique talents and achievements. Watch the video below for essential tips on creating a killer creative portfolio that captivates potential employers.
WE ARE CURRENTLY TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR OUR FALL TERM!
DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR FALL INTERNSHIPS: JUNE 1 @ 11:59 PM EST
ArtBound Initiative connects students and recent graduates with key players in the creative industry in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Melbourne, Sydney & Hong Kong. The program includes a guaranteed internship, one-on-one coaching, travel support (housing, visa & insurance), and events.
Questions? Contact ArtBound Initiative at firstname.lastname@example.org