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Curve Blue record label is looking for student interns for a range of projects and working with a wide range of creatives, including filmmakers, musicians, artists, authors and poets. These unpaid projects include:
BoomTown Accelerator is currently seeking some rockstar interns, including TAM students from engineering, art, business and architecture. Interested in tech and exploring the startup community? This is a great way to discover, learn and grow in a range of directions and wear many hats. Your professional network will also expand. Interested in rolling up your sleeves and applying your skills and energy? Do it! You will have the opportunity to impact the day to day decisions of multiple startups, sit in on mentor meetings with top entrepreneurs and investors, and learn how an accelerator operates from within the trenches. More about BoomTown: http://www.boomtownaccelerator.com/ To apply, send an email explaining why you’re interested and what you bring to the team: Leah@Boomtownboulder.com
Serenity Forge, based in Boulder, CO, aims to create video games and interactive experiences that challenge the way you think. We are currently looking to recruit for 2 positions; programming and artistic. For the artist position, ideal candidates will have either a strong fluency including Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Maya or 3D modeling software, and knowledge of programming and technical art. For the programmer position, candidates should be proficient in C# and C++ programming languages and have experience with PC, Mac, Wii, PS4, or Xbox One development preferred. These positions are for students who are graduating, but upper division students who meet the qualifications will also be considered for part-time positions. Full job descriptions can be found: http://serenityforge.com/jobs#1447975429329-072beef0-4d18 Please send resume, cover letter, transcript, and any previous software examples to email@example.com
Posted 11/20/2015 | Closes 12/15/2015
CU’s budget and planning office is offering a paid communications internship beginning this spring. This person will assist in creating a new website, developing marketing campaigns and outreach projects. It’s a great way to develop valuable professional experience/skills. A full job description and online application: http://bit.ly/pbacommintern15. Hours are flex and $12-$15/hr depending on experience. Apply now! Interviews begin 12/7. For questions, contact Rachel Dahir 303-492-6743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 11/19/2015 | Closes 12/6/2015
A CU-based startup is looking for an interested student to be a part of a team building a new idea into a business. If you’re interested in the startup community and building a new product, please apply! We are looking for a team member to offer help with design skills, including promotion materials, as well as social media outreach and campaigns. Please contact email@example.com for information. Please include a little about your background and either a resume or LinkedIn. The position will be unpaid to start and may convert to paid after a trial period.
Posted 11/19/2015 | Closes 12/6/2015
MVP is a startup being launched by a CU Boulder business student. This is a nascent company looking for co-founder, technology officer, gaming and app developer to help develop product and a mobile platform. MVP is a financial literacy program designed specifically for student athletes to help them take control of their financial future. This program combines a financial application with hands on and visual learning to enable these athletes to be more organized, confident, and successful. The project push is for Feb and full time or highly motivated students are encouraged to apply. Please send a standard resumé, along with a brief bio to explain why you are applying and what you want to gain from this opportunity. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 11/18/2015 | Closes 12/15/2015
CU’s Program Council is a student run organization that offers entertainment, music and productions for CU campus and student communities. CUPC now has openings for student employees or interns, including Graphic Design, Marketing, Club 156 Talent Buyer/Manager. See website for details on these positions, including how to apply for each: http://programcouncil.com/street-team/job-openings/
Posted 11/12/2015 | Closes 12/15/2015
CU Prof Doug Seals from Integrative Physiology is looking for a student to provide assistance with graphics development for a research lecture. We’re interested in a creative, motivated student who can help us design and create an engaging and well-designed presentation. A basic understanding of graphic design, photoshop, image search and selection would be helpful. The number of hours is about 5-10 hours/week for periods between December 15 and March 15. Responsibilities will include finding high resolution photo or other art images, and creating basic cartoons or schematics. We will pay the appropriate hourly wage. Interested students should contact email@example.com
Posted 11/4/2015 | Closes 11/30/2015
CU Presents is seeking student help with promotion, design, social media and marketing. This position starts in the spring semester 2016. Duties will include assisting CU Presents staff in all promotional efforts, including video and photography, posting to social media, creating print and digital materials and staffing the CU Presents table during some events. Student must have a positive and reliable attitude, as well as a strong professional demeanor, as he/she will often work with faculty and artists. Assistant must be a University of Colorado Boulder student. Freshmen or sophomores are encouraged to apply and hopefully be able to fill the position for two years. Students can expect to work 15-20 hours per week at a rate of $11.00 per hour. Hours are flexible, but will include some evenings and weekends. If interested in applying, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday, Nov. 30, 2015.
Posted 11/4/2015 | Closes 11/30/2015
Boulder-based Agribotix is a company using drones for farming. The company is looking for a P/T student intern to help develop and design materials, including marketing, web and social media. This is a paid position for an estim 15 hours per week. Desired skills include graphic design, Adobe Suite, social media, marketing and creativity. Added points for familiarity with agriculture and farming. See details here: http://agribotix.com/careers/#op-55899-sales-and-marketing-intern
Posted 10/28/2015 | Closes 11/15/2015
Are you a fan of DIY, building and hacking? Boulder’s SparkFun is looking for several student assistants to perform a range of jobs, including writing website tutorials and building 3D models. Depending on the position, you may need to be familiar with C++, Arduino, 3D, Python or Adobe Illustrator. For a complete list of details, please see: https://www.sparkfun.com/jobs/86. They’re looking for fun, creative, curious and self-directed students to join their team. Go apply and tell them ATLAS and TAM sent you!
Posted: 10/27/2015 | Closes: 11/15/2015
CU’s Fiske is looking for animators and designers to work in in-house production projects, including advertising design, visualizations, dome content, video editing and graphic design. Preferred skills or applications include at least one of these applications: Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator or InDesign. Bonus points for 3D animation, Maya, 3DsMax or video/audio editing. Send website, portfolio and resume link to Thor.Metzinger@Colorado.edu
Posted 10/22/2015 | Closes 11/6/2015
Located in downtown Boulder, Quick Left is a custom software development consultancy that builds mobile and web applications. If you’re seeking a future career in marketing, communications, PR or sales, this is a great internship to get real-world experience. Quick Left interns work closely with team members and assist in the creation and execution of marketing strategies and tactics, perform internal functions, and support technology needs. Students with a technical background are strongly encouraged to apply, as many marketing efforts at Quick Left benefit from technical expertise. Est 15-20 hrs/wk; pay range is variable. To apply, submit resume, cover letter, social media handles, personal website (if available), and two writing samples (one personal and one from coursework) to email@example.com Start date September, end date December. Details: https://quickleft.com/careers/marketing_intern/
Posting Date - 8/17/2015 | Closing Date - 10/31/2015