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Join the Eyebeam Team!

Eyebeam is now accepting applications for summer administrative internships. Due to the high volume of submissions, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Eyebeam’s Studio Internship program is ongoing, and is accepting applications on a rolling basis. Please see below for details, and how to apply.

We are now accepting applications for our Computational Fashion Internship. Please see below for details.

Eyebeam Internship Program

Eyebeam provides internship opportunities as part of the educational component of our mission. Interns play a vital role in our community, and we invite you to explore the opportunities available in our two programs: Administrative and Studio. Interns must be able to work a minimum of two full days per week, seven hours a day. We wish it weren't so, but internships are unpaid. We will, however, work with educational institutions to provide academic credit for your work.

 

Administrative Internship

Administrative Interns will assist with office needs and work directly with staff in the following departments:

- Programming

- Communications

- Development

When applying, please specify which department is most closely aligned with your experience and interests. All positions require strong verbal and writing skills, and some may require college training or professional experience.

 

Studio Internship

Studio Interns will work directly with Eyebeam’s Residents and Fellows, whose needs range based on their field of work. When applying, please specify your experience in any/all of the following areas:

- Academic Research

- Writing and Editing

- Graphic Design

- Web Design

- Coding

- Photography/Video

 

Computational Fashion Internship

The role of the Computational Fashion Intern will be to work directly with the Computational Fashion program coordinator in order to assist with the planning of all program related events. Some of the tasks you will be asked to assist with are as follows:

-  Planning and organization of an upcoming exhibition.

-  Planning and organization of upcoming Computational Fashion Meetups & workshops. 

-  Development and updating of the Computational Fashion website.

 A prime candidate for this position will not only have experience in event planning, but will also have a significant interest in and knowledge of  creative applications for wearable computing and imbedded electronics.

 

How To Apply

If you would like to be considered for an Administrative Internship at Eyebeam--please send your CV and cover letter to info@eyebeam.org with the subject line: ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN. 

If you would like to be considered for a Studio Internship—please send your CV and cover letter to info@eyebeam.org with the subject line: STUDIO INTERN.

If you would like to be considered for a Computational Fashion Internship--please send your CV to Brigid Walsh at brigid.walsh@eyebeam.org with the subject line: COMP FASHION INTERN.