Our internship programme is open to help students learn how things work in the real world. We believe it’s a valuable learning tool for careers in design. We’ve never made our interns get us coffee or do something meaningless, and instead tried very hard to get them a seat at the table and have their voice heard with the same amount of attention as anyone else’s. We see this as a way of giving back and helping the entire industry mature.
If you're interested in applying, you will need to know the following:
Your portfolio will be evaluated and we will get back to you within a week of your applying. If you don't hear back from us, please consider that as a non-acceptance because we've filled our quota.
We get a lot of internship requests every year and it’s just not possible to hire all of them despite our intentions to help them get a leg up on their careers. So we thought to publish this list of the most promising student designers who applied with us so that others looking for interns could reach out and hire them even though we couldn't.
* While this list was built to be of help to you, we respect your wish to not be listed here. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and request it be removed. The following list is also not in order of merit, it's just listed reverse-chnronologically based on date of application.
|Sree Mahit Munakala||IIT Guwahati||On Behance|
|Abdul Basith||NIFT New Delhi||On Adobe|
|Surbhi Mehta||Unitedworld Institute of Design||Not Available Online|
|Sharika Hariprakash||MIT Institute of Design, Pune||Behance|
|Aboli Ballal||NIFT, Hyderabad||Behance|
|Abhishek Narayan Singh||IIT, Guwahati||Behance|
|Ryan Soni||Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune||Behance|
|Harish Joshi||Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwad Institute of Design, Gujarat||Behance|
|Anjana Panju||Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune||Behance|
|Kriti Gohil||MIT Institute of Design, Pune||Behance|