Featured Jobs and Internships of the Week – Using Your Creative Passions

Each week the Career Services team will highlight new or unusual opportunities in for undergraduates, graduate students and alumni.

This edition features picks from Autumn Weyant ’20 & Sher Gill ’21, two students who assist our employer outreach team to expand recruiting opportunities for Princeton students. Autumn (who is also a Peer Career Adviser) and Sher focused on creative opportunities this week.

Many students with a creative passion feel as if they will have to pursue a career devoid of creativity if they want to live decently. Worry not, because merging your academic career goals and your creative interests is more than possible. There are plenty of jobs that require people to use the creative skills they’ve honed. While these jobs may not all revolve around only creative work, they all nurture it and can open doors to others that do! – Autumn & Sher

Picks of the Week by Autumn & Sher: 

  • TED Conferences: TED Institute Program Specialist
    If you find yourself getting lost in hours of inspiring TEDtalks then this is the job for you. Share your love for TED with others working behind the scenes contributing to the organization of conferences.
  • Sony Music Entertainment: Analyst, Music Insights & Analytics
    Love music, but analytics are your true passion? Work for Sony and make real contributions to what music comes out on the market today.
  • Warner Music Group: Summer 2018 Internship Program – New York
    Home to the best-known record labels in the music industry, Atlantic Internship Program is perfect for students interested in understanding how the music industry works, while also providing well-rounded experience in a variety of fields such as PR and marketing, and technology.
  • NFL Films: Summer 2018 Internship
    Have a passion for film? Love sports? This internship with NFL offers a fun and interesting experience in a department of your choosing. Learn what happens behind the scenes of sportscasting and even make your own contributions.
  • News Bling: Editorial Intern
    News Bling is taking on media bias and fake news by writing a newsletter that dissect articles written by the Mainstream Media Networks. They need an intern to help with researching, aggregating, analyzing, and publishing the newsletter.
  • Museum of Chinese in America: Communications and Graphic Design Intern
    The Museum of Chinese in America is looking for an intern that will participate in media campaigns for the Museum’s exhibitions, programs, and fundraising campaigns. The intern needs to have experience with video editing software.
  • Newsweek: Motion Graphics Intern
    Newsweek’s video department is looking for an intern that wants to get hands-on experience as well as learn how to create graphics for a newsroom. The intern will support the video team in editing, designing and researching original content with a focus on graphics and short motion-driven video.
  • OMA Hong Kong: Architecture Internship
    The Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Hong Kong is looking for architecture students who would like to join their design team. The intern must be willing to work in a fast-paced working environment and should be technically competent.