Dear Internship Candidate,
We are currently seeking a talented and multi tasking Interns to work at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta in Georgia, US ( including International Students) and Interns to work at NASA.gov in Florida, US. (Students with US Citizenship status Only) for UYAF Internships. There are some circumstances under which individuals who participate in “not for-profit” private sector internships and training programs, This is an internship without the compensation however interns are getting full tuition scholarship from UYAF for his or her OMAP course at Georgia Institute of Technology in return.
You are cordially invited… To attend a Career Symposium or to set up an interview, please upload your OMAP Internship by completing the application and apply!
We look forward to hearing from you!
The path to a full-time job opportunity isn’t always easy. Competition will be intense. You need to define the field you want to break into: the creative art side or the planning business side. The business side will tend to have structured opportunities with well-defined application procedures and requirements. The creative opportunities are often less defined, and obtained through various means. Some students might acquire positions through an internship in a talent agency or studio. Some obtain them through informational interviews and family/alumni contacts. Others move to Hollywood upon graduation to inquire about part-time production or development assistant positions.
Why is a career with us different? Because we are uniquely composed with great career opportunities in both creative and business side. The following senior councils have all the qualifications and experiences to guide you to succeed and see how you can work with fun staffs as an Intern or Contract Instructor or Employee … your resume at: firstname.lastname@example.org and submit your OMAP or resume.
UYAF Lead councils and hiring officers:
Employ or contractor requires: OMAP (if not, submit the followings)
- Certificate of Education (degree, certification, or Transcript of collage or University)
- Essay of interest in UYAF (200 words – 300 words)
- Recommendation letter (from non relatives)
Intern for OMAP online course at GIT requires:
- Submit the UYAF Application
- Send in Certificate of Education (degree, certification, or Transcript of collage or University)
- Your reference of work in Thumb drive, link or video.
Learn more about our working at the same time learning opportunity as an intern at the Georgia Institute of Technology that meets the term of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and what UYAF Internship program has to offer you.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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United Young Artist Foundation is committed to Affirmative Action, equal employment and educational opportunity in compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246, the Educational Amendments under Title XI of 1972, Sections 503/504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Asst. Act of 1974, The Age Discrimination Act as amended, the Pennsylvania Veterans Preference Act, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its amendments. United Young Artist Foundation provides reasonable access to facilities and programs. Please address Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity inquiries to the Career Office at (212) 901-3818.
Rights Reserved: The Career Development Center at United Young Artist Foundation reserves the right to investigate complaints by students, staff, or faculty about employers or jobs posted through UYAF Career Network. If it is determined that a complaint is justified, the UYAF Career Development Center may choose to deny employer services and report the offending organization to appropriate agencies. The Career Development Center also reserves the right to deny any employer in violation of the above guidelines and policies. 4/15/2016