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INTERN: Summer 2011 Interactive Development Internship at night kitchen interactive, philadelphia, pa

Summer 2011 Interactive Development Internship

Center City Philadelphia-based design studio Night Kitchen Interactive ( is looking for a talented interactive development intern to contribute to exciting projects for museum clients. This is a great opportunity for someone early in their career to be part of an experienced, award-winning design and development team; current development efforts include several large Drupal-based websites, interactive timelines, Flash-based learning activities, and mobile games.

Candidate should possess 1-2 years progression towards a degree in computer science, computer engineering or equivalent degree as well as knowledge of one or more of the following:

· XHTML / CSS implementation

· Javascript


· Drupal theming and module development

· iPhone / iOS application development (optional)

Please note that this is a development position requiring no graphic design expertise.


Day to day responsibilities include working with our design and development team to bring projects to life. Intern assignments could include:

· implementing a Drupal theme

· adding new functionality to custom PHP websites

· implementing a mobile theme for a website

· developing an iPhone application for a museum

The intern will also be expected to do a range of administrative tasks, including: archiving,

mailings, data and word processing.


40 hours a week for 12 weeks between June 2011 and August 2011


$3,000 paid in 4 installments and/or school credit.


Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and link to online portfolio by Thursday, March 31st, 2011 to with subject “Summer 2011 Interactive

Development Internship”. No calls please.

About Night Kitchen Interactive

Night Kitchen Interactive is an award-winning interactive design firm with 14 years of experience with arts and cultural heritage organizations. Together with curators and educators, we create unique, participatory online experiences that range from digital narratives for collections-based storytelling, to interactive exhibits, websites, and online communities. Clients include the Smithsonian Institution, the SFMOMA, and Jefferson’s Monticello.