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INTERN: Graphic design and events coord for Broadcastr

Two internships at Broadcastr: Graphic Design and Events Coordinating

Graphic Designer
Brooklyn tech-startup Broadcastr is looking for a graphic design genius to join our team as a summer intern.  We need someone who can:

  • design graphics and logos,
  • layout marketing proposals and press releases,
  • sometimes create powerpoint presentations,
  • design flyers and other collateral for events, and
  • help us make everything we do look better.

We’ll ask you to turn work around on very tight timelines, but you’ll have lots of creative control over the execution.  Most projects will focus on marketing and communications, but there will be plenty of opportunities for very creative projects that will be seen by thousands of people, especially for our summer events.

This is an opportunity to join a fast-growing tech startup. One month after launch, Broadcastr has been featured in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Time Out New York – and that’s just print. We can’t pay our interns, but we provide great references, and we’ll never ask you to get coffee.

To apply, send an email to with “Design Intern” in the subject line.  We’d like to see a resume and a portfolio; we don’t want to read a formal cover letter, but we do want to hear a bit about your availability, your interests and tastes, and what you expect from us.

Looking forward to meeting you!

Events Coordinator
Brooklyn tech-startup Broadcastr is looking for an outgoing and organized intern to help coordinate our long list of summer events.

We’ll ask you to:

  • Strategize events that reach large audiences
  • Get fliers and swag printed
  • Work with vendors, donors and partners to nail down details
  • Oversee collaborations
  • Attend the events in a professional capacity
  • Represent Broadcastr with enthusiasm to attendees, partners and vendors.

We’re currently planning or participating in a long list of awesome events.  You’ll need to be available to work at most of the events, some of which will happen on weekends. Comfort with striking a balance between a fun party and accomplishing a task is a must.

Working with us this summer will mean back stage access at many of the best events New York has to offer.  We’ll provide great references, and we’ll never ask you to get coffee.

To apply, send a resume and cover letter  in an email to with “Events Intern” in the subject line.  Your cover letter should tell us about your availability and what experience you have with events (even if it’s just helping out), and what you expect from a summer internship.

Applications without a cover letter won’t be considered.

Kate Petty
twitter: @pettykate and @broadcastr