More Summer Internship Opportunities!

American Lung Association of Connecticut of Hartford is now accepting applications for unpaid Summer 2009 and Fall 2009 Graphic Design Internships

Interns will gain experience designing collateral materials for media campaigns, newsletters, and web design. Should be knowledgeable in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Interns will assist staff graphic designer as part of regional communications team in fast-paced non-profit agency. Intern will report directly to the Vice President of Communications. Intern will have a flexible schedule so as not to conflict with individual’s school schedule.

After an initial screening process, we will tailor an internship to your specific needs and availability. This real-life, hands on job experience will boost your resume, increase your self confidence, enhance those skills that you have learned in college, and help prepare you for your first job. Set yourself apart from other graduates with an internship that will give you the real world experience that most employers are seeking.

Start date: May 25, 2009
Interested? Contact Margaret LaCroix, Vice President, Communications at 860-838-4369 or by email: mlacroix@lungct.org for an application.



The New Canaan Nature Center is seeking a talented, creative student with a strong portfolio to
assist with the design of printed material to advertise environmental educational programs for
adults, families and children.

Duties include but are not limited to:
• Create brochures, postcards, fliers, posters and signage.
• Develop visual concepts and illustrations for upcoming programs.
• Coordinate distribution and display of materials.

Proficient in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Knowledge of Dreamweaver, Go Live, or HTML skills a plus. Demonstrate high standards for creativity, accuracy and usability. A quick learner with a self-teaching approach to investigating and solving problems. Strong written and oral communications skills with the ability to work well with a team. High ethical and professional standards and values.

Internships start and end dates are flexible but are expected to last approximately 12 weeks.
Interns must work on site for a minimum of 10 hours per week and will be assigned a New
Canaan Nature Center staff member as supervisor. Interns who do not comply with the time
requirements will be dismissed from the internship program.

Internship is for credit only. Students who wish to receive course credit must arrange this
through their college or university. Your college internship program criteria must be submitted
with your application.

Deadline to submit applications for the summer internship program is April 15, 2009
If called for an interview, the candidate must bring a portfolio of work and be prepared to discuss the projects represented with multiple members of the Nature Center staff.

For more information contact:
Nancy Gamerman
144 Oenoke Ridge
New Canaan, CT 06840
Email: ngamerman@newcanaannature.org
(203) 966-9577 x20



Rossi Studios is accepting resumes and references for interns and apprentices to work directly with the Karen Rossi design studio, located in Connecticut. Internships are considered paid PT/FT positions to assist with commercial, community, and goal oriented projects. We are seeking to increase our network circle of like-minded people for short-term goals and possible permanent placement and freelance opportunities. The schedule is flexible and hourly pay is commensurate on job experience and availability. Candidates should be able to work independently as well as with other team employees.

Sorry, no phone calls. Please submit a cover letter that describes why this opportunity would be meaningful to your career, resume, and references to: info@karenrossi.com
Students who are applying for an internship for credit must submit the appropriate school forms to be reviewed and signed by Rossi Studios.


Speak to Professor Deibler before applying to this position at Rossi Studios.