Jockey International, Inc. is a leading designer, marketer, retailer, and licensor of men’s undergarments and women’s intimates. Jockey is a third generation family-owned company, headquartered between Chicago and Milwaukee in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The company employs over 1,600 associates around the world with operations in Canada, Hong Kong, New York, North Carolina, and Germany. JOCKEY is a registered trademark in over 120 countries. Jockey’s culture reflects the Midwest values of our ownership. At Jockey, success is achieved through hard work, mutual respect, and offering consumers products with striking quality from a brand they trust.Read More
All materials must be received in full by March 25th, 2018 for Spring submissions, or October 31st, 2018 for Autumn submissions.
"Are you a student who’s pushing the boundaries of 3D printing? Are you experimenting with new applications for 3D printing and design, engaging your creativity and pushing materials to their limits? The team at Shapeways is excited to support the next generation of 3D printing innovation through our Education Grant Program. Twice a year, Shapeways will award printing credit to select student projects that expand, enhance and push the boundaries of 3D printing.
In short: we are looking for all types of innovation!"
- Register for an account on Shapeways.com with a valid student email address on Shapeways.com/education
- Send an email to email@example.com with the following:
- Your contact information, including name, email, phone number, and university affiliation
- A 1-page resume. If working on a group project please include the resume all group members.
- A 500 word project description that includes the project concept, how you plan to execute it, scope and goals and objectives.
- A 250 word statement of interest that addresses the following: how does this project push the boundaries of 3D design and printing; how will support from Shapeways help this project achieve its potential; and how will this project impact your studies and your career?
- Up to 5 work samples including examples of past work, renders or prototypes for the current projects. Submit files as high quality jpgs.
- You must be a current student at an accredited university enrolled in a degree program.
- You must register for an account with a university email address on Shapeways.com
- You must submit all requested materials.
thrive is a non-profit community design studio located in helena arkansas. founders will staley and terrance clark, along with abby clark, are all kcai gd alumni. they have been offering low-cost design services, organizing community events, and working with the local chamber of commerce for ten years now.Read More
DUE BY MARCH 9TH BEFORE 4PM
Check out the requirements and directions.
Make sure you're prepared to submit a resume + cover letter addressed to Karrah Whitlock, recruiter. Be prepared with a portfolio and process work.
Many people in graphic design have done this before–ask around about what a beneficial and amazing opportunity it is!
Two-step application process (both steps are required):
- Complete the attached Intent Form and submit it to the Registrar’s office no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 9. The form must include the recommendation and signature of your primary studio or liberal arts faculty.
Complete the Durwood Internship Application. The application will open February 19 and close March 9. Please make sure to apply for a Durwood rather than other category of internship. Please read the attached application directions for the information you'll need before you proceed.
Your application will be reviewed only if you have submitted both the intent form and the application. If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by the Nelson and an interview will be scheduled between March 15 and March 30.
The week of April 2 – 6, the Nelson will notify students chosen for an interview as well as those who have not been selected.
For support with your cover letter and resume, please contact Annie Raab in Academic Support: firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 7-8th in NYC. Enter to win a free trip!Read More
Knowledge is Empowerment
This is a truth we embrace at AAF-KC, and it's a truth we'd like to spread, which is why the American Advertising Federation of Kansas City Foundation, Inc. was established after the sale of our downtown building at 9th & Baltimore in the 1980's. Those funds have been used ever since to promote and provide for advertising education, especially in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The Foundation was initially funded by AAF-KC. Since then, generous individuals have stepped forward and contributed to the growth of the Foundation's assets, along with additional contributions from AAF-KC.
Every year, the Foundation awards scholarships to those college student applicants who show an intense and earnest desire to empower themselves with knowledge of the advertising, communications, marketing or graphic arts industries.
The Foundation Scholarship includes:
- Financial assistance of $750 per semester
- The support and counsel of a mentor from the membership of the AAF-KC
- One-year membership in the American Advertising Federation of Kansas City and AAF National
- Invitations to attend all regular program activities of AAF-KC at no cost while in school (excludes annual ADDY Awards show)
- All event and other mailings from AAF-KC
To be eligible, students must:
- Be at least a junior (3rd year) in the fall of 2018 - seniors in fall 2018 that are graduating in December 2018 are also eligible for one semester scholarships
- Be enrolled at an eligible school - full list is on step 2 of the form
- Be majoring in an advertising industry-related field
The application will take you 30 to 60 minutes to complete. You can complete part of it and come back to finish later if you wish - use the link at the top right if so. Please contact Kyle Rohde, Foundation president, at email@example.com if you have questions. All applications must be completed by 11:59 PM on February 28, 2018.
Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s hear a brief statement of why you want to work for Made in KC. We want to see what you can do! Share a PDF portfolio or link to your website.
(Strong research and conceptual skills are a must!)
— Strong skills in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign)
— A passion for design and collaboration
— Awareness of consumer + design trends
— Personal laptop equipped with Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop
Creation of social media posts, ads, customer emailers, in-store signage, internal documents and forms, research/mood board concepting for sister brands and in-house products, etc.
Contribute creatively to brainstorms, research, and concepts for copy
Complete miscellaneous tasks as necessary. (We all do this every day, not just our interns!)
Once again, Bozell is looking for your best and brightest students to fill summer internship positions at our agency.
Not only is this an excellent learning experience for your students, but we’re also a lot of fun (if we do say so ourselves). Plus, this allows us to get to know tomorrow’s potential full-time employees, which is a win-win for everyone.
At Bozell, we have a well-established, comprehensive intern program that gives students the paid opportunity to work on real accounts, interact with assigned mentors and immerse themselves in all areas of agency work. In other words: no coffee runs for our interns. Just a dive-in culture that will teach, excite and prepare them for the next steps in their careers.
For 2018, Bozell has several openings available for summer internships, including:
- Account Service
- Art Direction
- Media Planning and Buying
- PR/Social Media
Our entire application process is online at bozell.com/intern. Please be sure your students read the instructions carefully. We’d hate for a technicality to get in the way of us meeting the next Ogilvy.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.Read More
Art in the Loop Foundation (AILF) is seeking artists to engage the Downtown Kansas City community through a series of art installations and performances in the center of Downtown Kansas City from May 1 through September 30, 2018.
The goal of the Art in the Loop Project is to infuse the center of Downtown Kansas City with innovative and engaging temporary art that will refresh, intrigue and surprise our audience of Downtown employees, residents and visitors. Equally important, the project will also create an opportunity for local emerging and established artists to extend their practice into the Downtown environment with curatorial, professional and logistical support.
The theme for our 2018 project is “KC PLAYS!” How can play elicit happiness, friendship, excitement, humor and problem-solving through the lens of temporary art installations and performances? Play is evident at the base of every truly creative art expression. Taking inspiration from the president of the American Association for the Child’s Right to Play and professor at Hofstra University, Dr. Rhonda Clements, says, “It is important to maintain a healthy sense of play throughout childhood and into adulthood. Our complex society requires clear thinkers, playful attitudes, humor and creativity for complex problem-solving.” We are looking for artists to infuse our city with Play!!
Sites for proposed artwork include KC Streetcar, West Terrace Park and Kansas City Public Library. Stipends will range from $500 to $5,000.
Applications are due February 9, 11:59 p.m.
Under the leadership of the associate director of creative services, the graphic designer creates print and gigital materials to support the University of Kansas Medical Center's strategic initiatives as directed by the Office of Communications. Additionally, the graphic designer creates print and digital materials for KU Medical Center departments, offices and units, as well as The University of Kansas Health System, The University of Kansas Cancer Center, KU Endowment and other campus customers as appropriate. Position reports to the associate director of creative services.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in graphic arts, digital design or other discipline involving substantial training in the applications of technology to visualize information; or an associate’s technical degree in graphic arts and two years of directly related work experience
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Macintosh operating systems environment
Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of graphic design, pre/post printing production and proven knowledge of software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, and Microsoft Office
Knowledge and experience with pre- and post-press print production
Ability to work as part of a creative team with writers, photographers and art directors on large graphic design projects such as magazines, annual reports, newsletters
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds
Ability to work effectively with individuals at various organizational and educational levels
Self-starter with the ability to prioritize projects with minimal direction and supervision
Experience in developing graphic materials for health care professionals or higher education institutions
2-4 years’ experience working as a graphic designer, either at an agency, other institution or as a freelance designer
Experience with creating digital marketing materials such as e-newsletters, e-invites, etc.
Hallmark representatives will be on campus at 11:45 a.m. on Tuesday, February 6 in Irving Amphitheater to announce their extensive 2018 Summer Internship Program.
This year Hallmark will be looking for students to fill multiple internship opportunities with primary interest in 3D Modeling, Video Editing, Graphic Design, Illustration (with some interest in Fiber), Writing & Editorial, and Industrial Design. You can get an advanced look at their summer internship positions here.
Tuesday, February 6 - Hallmark presentation in the Irving Amphitheater at 11:45 a.m.
Thursday, February 15 - Deadline for KCAI applications and portfolio submissions (see job descriptions for details)
Tuesday, February 20 - On campus interviews for selected individuals
While Hallmark posts these paid positions publicly, they have expressed a strong interest in working with KCAI students. I highly encourage you to attend the session on February 6 to learn more about all that Hallmark has to offer!
crema is a product agency that partners with funded startups and existing brands to create technology solutions and new digital ventures. they use an iterative approach and small creative teams that collaborate with clients to validate their ideas and launch them to market.
crema has four summer internships available – design, marketing, multimedia, and developer. Y pham has interned here – ask her about her experience there.
check out their listings for specific info!
juniors and seniors may want to consider a possible internship at the guggenheim this spring. It would set you back a year at KCAI, but the experience of working and living in New York would make it work your while. We have alumni there you could meet up with as well! more info here.
Design KCAI's annual Sprung Formal zine in this class with Jordan Stempleman
T| 5:30 PM-8:20 PM in Baty 100
"This class will explore the history of small press publishing and the role of literary magazines, past and present. We will study the rise of the small magazine, the mimeo revolution, and the zine movement, as well as alternative methods of literary publication including new media, installation, performance, and sound.
This class will culminate in the publication of the KCAI-based magazine, Sprung Formal. By the end of this course you will have learned about the history of the small magazine, surveyed contemporary small magazines, and learned and applied various elements of magazine production, including editorial, design, and publicity in the creation of Sprung Formal, KCAI’s literary magazine.
[In 2008, Sprung Formal, known then as Spring Formal, won the AWP National Program Director’s Prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazines in design.]"
Win money with your photos! Submit photos at $5.95/photo and be entered to win up to $2000 and a Fujifilm camera. Send your submissions now!
Deadline: October 16th, 2017 // December 4th, 2017
TO ENTER ONLINE :: Image Specifications
- Image Size should have a long dimension of at least 1000 pixels and no more than 3000 pixels
- Save file as (JPG) with maximum quality
- Color Space should be Adobe1998, sRGB or untagged color space
- File Size should be no more than 4 Mb
- All Uploaded Entries are FINAL and Cannot be Replaced, Deleted or Edited by Photographer’s Forum Magazine
- Enter black & white or color prints or slides.
- Prints must be unmounted 9×12 or smaller.
- Label every photo with your name and address, and indicate which edge is the top.
- Make checks payable to Photographer’s Forum.
- All entries must include payment, entry form, and photographs.
- If sending prints or slides, enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of work.
- Photos will be returned in April 2018. Work with no SASE will be discarded.
Work with alumni Nick Howland to promote music with design. email: email@example.comRead More