MARKETING + GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP

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YICI
71st Street and Madison Avenue
New York, NY
Posted: August 11 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Paid

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Description

YICI is a luxury jewelry company and based in NYC. We are currently seeking a dedicated intern for a minimum of 3 months with potential for full-time employment. We are a very close-knit team so interns will be working closely with the creative director and designers to assist in creating campaign, advertising materials, collection development, etc. As a growing brand you will benefit by making new contacts in the luxury industry, seeing and participating in day-to-day operations.

This is a hands-on internship where you will learn how a collection/idea goes from concept to creation. This internship will also provide excellent exposure to the business of luxury, you will be able participate in both the merchandising and marketing side of the brand.

Interns must be available 2 -3 days a week. Stipend offered. Start immediately.

Responsibilities

-Researching and assisting designer for all projects under YICI.
-Participate in the creative process from concept, making, sample to product.
-Creating/updating look book, packaging design, and all press/event/ad related materials.
-Develop market material with head creative for product launch/media events
-Assisting in photoshoot, social media

Requirements

-Interns must be detail-oriented, passionate, and responsible
-Highly organized and efficient
-Must have Graphic Design background, knowledge of web design preferred
-Proficient with Adobe Suite.
-Passion/Interest in Luxury goods, Fashion, and high Jewelry
-Proficient in Mandarin Chinese

Skills

Required - Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office

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