Internship Opportunity: Advertising at NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal’s Advertising and Program Standards Department is currently looking for a qualified Fall intern to join our team from September 9th to December 13th, 2019. NBCUniversal’s Advertising and Program Standards Department is responsible for reviewing all advertisements and program content for compliance with internal and external standards and guidelines, laws and regulations and public interest consideration. This paid internship will be for a student working part-time or full-time. We are flexible with scheduling.
 Intern Responsibilities 
  • Supporting the department as needed in connection with the review of advertisements, including the identification of those in high-risk categories.
  • Reporting on current and relevant media and advertising news to keep the department up-to-date.
  • Providing assistance in creating presentations and with database management.
  • Researching impactful FTC, FCC, and FDA policies and regulations.
  • As needed, complete other projects that fit within the intern’s skill set and interests.
 Qualifications 
  • Student pursuing an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree at an Accredited Institution and able to confirm degree progress in a related industry such as pre-law, communications, media studies, or marketing.
  • Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail.
  • Exceptional organizational skills with ability to prioritize time-sensitive projects.
  • Enthusiastic attitude with outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficient in MS Office.
  • Must be in sophomore standing or above (30 credits).
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship by NBCUniversal.
 
Interested students should email a cover letter and resume to Kirsten Threatt-Peters at Kirsten.Threatt-Peters@nbcuni.com with the subject line “Advertising and Program Standards Fall Intern.” The deadline for submissions is July 26th.

Alumni News: Art Event at Fort Totten by Aaron Asis

Queens College art department alumnus Aaron Asis (BFA, 2003) is creating a unique site-specific installation at Fort Totten. Fortified is a special weekend event at Fort Totten Park which consists of a series of temporary installations and public access tours to highlight the under-appreciated significance of the Battery sites at Fort Totten Park. An open access installation inside the Water Battery will include a series of overhead cords, woven through existing structural passages to encourage visitors to observe and appreciate the structural details which we planned but never completed. Guided public access within the Main Magazine and behind-the-scenes access tour of the Endicott Battery will also be provided — to highlight the truly unique characteristics and historic significance of Fort Totten.

The hope is that together, we can create a wonderful opportunity to gather and celebrate one of the most spectacular hidden treasures in the city — right here in Queens!

Fortified will be open to the public on Saturday (6/15) & Sunday (6/16) from 12pm-4pm. For more information please see the registration page, at: https://fortified-qns.eventbrite.com

Aaron Asis is an artist focused on promoting access, awareness and appreciation—throughout our built environments. Born and raised in Queens, NY, Aaron’s work explores a variety of artistic processes designed to inspire, educate, and demonstrate the power of creative collaborations – at the intersection of public interest, community engagement, and governmental coordination.

2019 Art Department Graduation Reception

The Art department would like to invite students and their families to an awards ceremony and reception to celebrate our graduating art students in the Godwin-Ternbach Museum after the commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 30th. We hope to see you there!

College Night at the Met: Notes on Fashion

Students are invited to the Met after hours for a night of dancing, fashion, and art making in celebration of student fashion designers and The Costume Institute exhibition Camp: Notes on Fashion, on Thursday, May 23rd, 6:30-9:30pm.

In March, undergraduate and graduate student fashion designers submitted preliminary designs inspired by images from the exhibition Camp: Notes on Fashion. From among many excellent entries, Met curators chose ten finalists to fabricate their designs. During this event, curators and special guests judge the finished garments and select two winners (one undergraduate student and one graduate student) and two runners-up. Students can vote for one overall fan favorite.

This event is open to currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students only. Space is limited and advance registration is required.

View more event details and register online here!

Senior Projects Exhibition

You are invited to the 2019 Senior Projects exhibition featuring work by our graduating seniors in Studio Art and Design! The show will be hosted in the Klapper Student Gallery May 16th-30th, with a reception on May 16th, 5-7pm.

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