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The Creative Mentor Network
The Creative Mentor Network matches interns with art-focused enterprises and gives them the opportunity to work in a variety of fields, including graphic design, photography, film production, event planning and journalism. The program is open to applicants who are currently enrolled in a degree program (4+ years) or have graduated within the last year. There are several different types of internships available through this program:
- Design internships – These internships take place over three months at various companies throughout London. Each internship lasts for two days per week for 10-12 weeks in order to give you enough time to gain valuable skills from your mentor while also having some free time on weekends. Ideally suited for graphic designers or artists looking for a career path in design-related industries such as branding/marketing/advertising agencies; small businesses (startups); marketing & communications departments at big corporations like Nike; fashion labels such as Calvin Klein or Ralph Lauren; lifestyle magazines like Vogue UK; luxury brands such as Burberry etc…
The Creative Mentor Network (CMN) is a global network of creative professionals and mentors who work together to support the development of emerging talent in the design, fashion and visual arts industries.
The CMN offers three different types of mentoring relationships:
- Professional Mentors: experienced professionals providing advice and guidance to those just starting out in their careers
- Sponsored Interns: students or recent graduates who have been matched with a mentor for a short period of time during which they receive specialist mentoring in one area
- Coach-Mentors: individuals who offer their time pro bono as a coach within the program
AIM Programme, Barbican Centre
The AIM Programme is an opportunity for international students to explore the field of contemporary art and gain experience in a professional environment. Interns work with different departments at the Barbican Centre, including curators, educators and administrators. They will also have access to workshops and seminars on topics relevant to their work.
The internship lasts from September 2018 until June 2019. Application deadlines are March 1st (for summer) or October 1st (for winter). Applications for both programs must be made through UCAS International; this is not an option available through AIM directly.
Interns receive £13 per hour during their time at the Barbican Centre; they also receive a travel stipend of £750 each year that they can use toward transportation costs associated with attending meetings or events outside of London during their internship hours.
The Aim Internship programme is an opportunity for young people aged 16-19 to get involved with the Barbican, learn new skills and gain first-hand experience of working in a world-renowned arts centre. The Barbican has created this placement specifically to support young people who want to pursue a career in the arts or cultural heritage sector.
Applications are now open for our new internships with the aim of finding passionate individuals who can make a difference at the Barbican. Based on their individual interests and aspirations, interns will be given tasks that best suit their skills and abilities – from helping organise events like the London International Mime Festival (LIMF) or Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre’s Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, through to assisting in curating exhibitions on display at the Curve Gallery and being part of our education team.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at the British Council? You may have heard of this organization, but you may not know exactly what they do or what their offices look like. This is a great opportunity for anyone seeking jobs in art and design, as well as other fields.
The British Council offers internships around the world—and London is no exception! If you want to work in this field, it’s best to start with local companies as they tend to be more flexible when hiring interns than larger international firms. If you can get your foot in the door here, then it will lead on to bigger opportunities further down the line—and that could be all thanks to a simple internship!
It’s hard work getting hired at any company; there are so many applicants who want your job just as much as (if not more) than yourself does – so how do you stand out from among them all? Well here are some tips that might help:
- Make sure everything about yourself reflects well upon your character – from appearance through attitude through personality traits such as kindness or generosity etc., because if someone sees these things first hand then they’ll instantly know whether they’d want an employee like this guy working alongside them every day…and believe me when I say there aren’t many people who wouldn’t want an employee like that!
The British Council is a well-known organisation, and this is reflected in the website. It’s secure, easy to navigate and has a good user interface (UI). The site has plenty of jobs listed on it that you can apply for if you are interested in working with them.
Crossover Labs offer internships in the creative industries, with particular focus on fashion illustration and animation. They have a six-month programme that provides support and training, as well as a lot of different internships to choose from.
For people with disabilities, Crossover Labs also offer internship opportunities at their studios.
What is it?
Internships at Crossover Labs are available in the following fields:
- Design & User Experience (UX)
- Product Management & Project Management
- Digital Marketing & Communications
Who can apply? You will need to be a current student or recent graduate of university or college. You should also have some experience working as part of a team and be proficient in one or more of the following areas: wireframing, prototyping, user testing, research and analysis.
CUBO Summer Internship Scheme
CUBO Summer Internship Scheme is a program that provides internship opportunities to undergraduates. The goal of this program is to help young people gain experience before they graduate.
CUBO, the organization that runs this internship program, was established in 2017 and aims to provide a platform where students can find their dream internships.
Cubo is the first and only visual arts programme in Europe to provide a live, working studio space in London for professional artists. Based on the model of a co-working environment, Cubo offers a space of 6 months residency to international artists who have been invited by an independent panel.
Cubo Summer Internship Scheme
The internship will take place from June – September 2019, with four applicants selected through an open call. Applicants must be able to demonstrate how they can benefit from working at Cubo during their stay and we welcome both graduates or established professionals wishing to develop their practice or obtain new skillsets at our state-of-the-art facilities. The successful candidate will receive £3,000 towards the cost of travel and accommodation expenses during their time here at Cubo (please note that this does not include visa fees).
I want to know more about these internship opportunities
You can get a foot in the door and gain valuable experience in a particular field. Internships are also a great way to learn about the industry, and if you’re considering pursuing an internship after you graduate, there are several things to keep in mind.