In the “Ask the Artists” series, New York Foundation for the Arts asked NYFA-affiliated literary, performing, and visual artists a series of questions about the creative life. In the post, they are sharing the best career advice that the artists ever received. Click here to read the article.
For nearly 60 years, the American Society of Magazine Editors has sponsored the Magazine Internship Program—a ten-week program for college students at magazines in New York and Washington. Since the program was founded in 1967, 2,000 college juniors and seniors have worked as ASME interns. Nearly 500 have gone on to successful careers in print and electronic journalism.
ASME interns have distinguished academic records and usually have extensive experience working on local magazines and newspapers as well as college publications. Only 10 percent of all Magazine Internship Program applicants are accepted.
ASME interns participate in a virtual three-day orientation program and learn the fundamentals of reporting, fact checking and copy editing. Over the course of the summer, ASME interns may attend special events in New York and Washington and meet regularly with top editors either in person or virtually.
ASME interns report, edit, fact-check and copy-edit for print and online publications. They may sometimes interview celebrities, attend press conferences and work the red carpet—but most of the summer they do the un-glam but essential work of magazine journalism.
Interns assigned to magazines and websites in New York and Washington can expect to work in the editorial offices of their assigned publications in summer 2023. A limited number of virtual internships at magazines and websites outside New York and Washington will also be available.
The deadline to apply is December 1, 2022.
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Tired of Hearing No?
Create Your Own Yes!
Gain insight on strategically managing career rejection.
Learn how to pivot a no towards a positive outcome.
Rejection is something that everyone experiences, especially in our careers. Join us for the final Virtual How-To of 2022! This event will help provide you with innovative strategies to break through personal and career barriers.
We will be raffling ten copies of Angela Hutchinson’s book, “Create Your Yes!” at the end of this event.
About our Speaker:
Angela Marie Hutchinson is a television and film producer, author, TV commentator and former social media professor. Recognized as a media and arts trailblazer by the U.S. Congress, Los Angeles mayor and Los Angeles city council, Angela has over fifteen years of experience in the entertainment industry. She has worked for MGM, Warner Bros. Television and the GRAMMY’s. In 2005, Angela founded BReaKiNG iNTo HoLLyWooD, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps creative and business professionals pursue their careers.
Date: Wednesday, Nov 30, 2022
Workshop Hours: 2–3:30 pm ET
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- Winter Term 2023 Financial Analyst Internship – Focus Advisory Services (Media industry opportunity) Deadline date: Sunday, October 30
- Editorial Intern: Winter Term 2023 – New England Review (Publishing opportunity) Deadline date: Tuesday, November 1
- Winter Term internship 2023: Health & Wellness Education – (Video, Editing, and Marketing opportunity) Deadline date: Tuesday, November 1
- Costume Shop Winter Term 2023 Internship – (Theatre opportunity) Deadline date: Tuesday, November 1
- Winter Term 2023 Sports Mentoring Program Coordinator – Deadline date: Tuesday, November 1
- Winter Term 2023 Bilingual Patient Services Intern – Deadline date: November 7
Christine Yoo is a film and series director, producer and writer. As a non-fiction series producer, she has produced for Revelations Entertainment, Dick Wolf Films, Shed Media, Prometheus Entertainment and PBS for National Geographic, History, Oxygen and PBS. Highlights include Great Escapes with Morgan Freeman and The Story of God with Morgan Freeman. She is currently co-executive producing The Winning Spirit, a 6-part docu-series for The Story Lab and Executive Producer Michael Strahan that follows the Kahuku High School football team in Hawaii and their championship season. In narrative she was a writer for the cult anime series Afro Samurai starring Samuel L. Jackson (Spike/Fuji) and co-wrote an original screenplay For Steppers Only optioned by Lionsgate.
Yoo’s independent work is focused on under-served voices and has been supported by Sundance, The Marshall Project, Rogovy Foundation, Logan Nonfiction Fellowship and corporate sponsors such as LG, Hyundai and Korean Air. Yoo’s debut narrative feature was the award-winning, Korean-American rom-com, Wedding Palace, which she directed, produced and co-wrote, and executive produced by Hanmac Films in Korea. The film was distributed throughout Asia; in N. America Warner Digital distributed SVOD/VOD where it debuted on iTunes’ Rom-Com charts at #13 and Yoo self-distributed the film theatrically in six major U.S. markets where it had a 14-week run. Her documentary short A Conversation Claudia’s with Ronnie Goodman was commissioned by P.S.1/Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in association with the exhibit Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration (2021).
Currently she is in post-production on her first feature length documentary, 26.2 to Life: The San Quentin Prison Marathon and wrapping up a new short documentary, Friendly Signs, with incarcerated director Rahsaan “New York” Thomas, co-host of the Pulitzer nominated, internationally acclaimed podcast “Ear Hustle” in collaboration with San Quentin’s Media Center, about the prison’s deaf population.
Yoo is also the co-founder of the San Quentin Film Festival, launching in 2023.
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Cliff Schorer describes himself as a generalist, enthusiast, and amateur in the Art World. He is currently a consultant at the Thomas Agnew & Sons Gallery, London. His presentation will focus on a drawing by Albrecht Dürer, the German artist whose works have been coveted by kings and popes and, more recently, by collectors and museums.
The drawing, the first unknown Dürer to be found in over a century, sold for $30 at a yard sale. Cliff will also discuss two works by Rembrandt Van Rijn that recently surfaced. He will share his hunter-gatherer instincts in the pursuit of misplaced masterpieces, combining the latest science, deep archival research, and close-looking.
Date: Thursday, October 27
Location: Robison Hall, Mahaney Arts Center
Add your name to the Theatre Student Directory! Whether you’re an actor, dancer, musician, stage manager, designer, director, none or all of the above, the directory is a great tool for student collaboration. The faculty and staff check it when looking for collaborators! go/theadirectory