Two “lucky” candidates will have the opportunity to spend the summer (and maybe longer) working with the self-proclaimed most creative advertising agency in WNY. Plus, you’ll have the chance to be part of the annual TQS Scavenger Hunt at The Erie County Fair in August. Good luck finding an internship where you’ll do that. Wanted: One graphic design intern and one video production intern. Open to college students who will be entering their senior year next fall, or graduating seniors looking for a great opportunity. Desired Qualities of Ideal Candidates: Smart. Creative. Capable. Enterprising. Smart. Studious. Independent worker. Smart. Creative. Open-minded. Sense of humor. Creative. Did we say smart and creative? Desired Skills Design Intern: Web design. Print design. Weird design. InDesign. Illustrator. Photoshop. Also, you should have designed something, at some point, that someone other than your mother looked at and said “Wow, that’s really good. Like, really good.” Video Production Intern: Shooting. Lighting. Editing. Post-production. Adobe Premier. Maybe some audio editing skills. Also, it would be nice if, at some point, someone asked you, when referencing your video work, “How the heck did you do that?” Salary: This is an unpaid internship. But what you’ll lack in money in your bank account, you’ll make up for in sheer satisfaction coming to work every day (or whatever your schedule allows). The benefit of time spent with the fine folks at The Quilted Squirrel cannot be quantified, anyway. Also, you can earn college credits. Or just a foot-in-the-door at a great place to work. To apply, send your stuff to [email protected] or 229 Lake Street, Hamburg, NY 14075. No phone calls, please, unless you’re planning some really creative application that requires a phone call. On second thought, why wouldn’t you be planning a really creative application?
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