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Within its pages you will find the stories of credible entertainers and models that have made their mark on the entertainment world. You will also be introduced to those who have started their journey into the entertainment industry realm. These are the stories that guide the direction of the magazine. The CRED XTRA is a showcase for models that are putting in the time and effort to building their career. You will also find helpful articles on breaking into the industry, self help guides, the latest trends in entertainment and other entertainment related topics. Additional viewpoint, lifestyle, media reviews, relationship articles and shorts will connect the audience of socially, culturally and intellectually engaged readers. CRED Magazine reaches a highly desirable, active, affluent, young and educated audience. CRED Magazine readers are engaged in the entertainment community, patronize local businesses, are trendy in fashion/style and they support mainstream and independent entertainment.
Printed copies of CRED are currently distributed in Seattle, WA., NY and the Greater Washington DC area.
A qualifying applicant will have a hand in the artistic development of several key services offered by CRED MAGAZINE.
Location: 137 National Plaza ste 300. National Harbor, Md (Oxon Hill)
Schedule: Hours are flexible and can be arranged according to a student’s academic/work schedule.
Remuneration: Unpaid internship with possible advancement opportunities. Bus Fare and Parking Reimbursement
Starting Date: Immediate
At the end of the internship, the intern will fill out a written evaluation of the program, and the intern's supervisor will fill out a written evaluation of the intern's abilities and progress. The supervisor can be used as a reference for future job search.
Although this is an unpaid internship, students and recent graduates are offered an excellent opportunity to:
Build resumes and explore career options
Apply skills and knowledge to the workplace
Develop and expand their professional portfolios
Fulfill college/university internship requirements
Network in their fields of interest with professionals who are dedicated to making a positive difference in the entertainment field.
ResponsibilitiesThe Graphic Design Intern will assist the Creative Designer
with a number of projects, which may include (but are not limited to):
Producing designs and artwork associated with the promotion of musicians and models.
Assist with creating artist/model media kits
Assist in brainstorming concepts for upcoming projects & marketing strategies
Update existing collateral material
Any other creative tasks that may arise
Junior or Senior undergraduate or graduate student (sophomores may be considered if appropriate
criteria are met)
Major or minor in Graphic Design or Graphic Communications
Proficiency in InDesign / Illustrator and Photoshop is required.
Preferred candidates to have some knowledge of art history, and an interest in the business of art
Exceptional oral communication skills
Strong problem solving skills
Ability to coordinate multiple deadline-driven tasks