Tech + Creative

Find Tech-Focused Summer Interns in the BTT

Looking for a summer intern who can code, design or who has media experience? Look no further than up Jay Street! The Brooklyn Tech Triangle Internship Program (BTTIP) connects Brooklyn’s growing tech and media sectors to technically skilled interns, including web developers and programmers, media specialists, designers, and engineering technologists. They recruit from a pool of over 2,000 tech students in Downtown Brooklyn, pairing them with innovative organizations throughout the Tech Triangle.

In their fourth season providing specialized interns to Brooklyn Tech Triangle digital and creative companies, BTTIP is now accepting applications for the summer session.

Timeline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis now through April 23rd. They will then be assigning qualified candidates for interviews with businesses, so apply soon to get on the list. In early May, speed interviews will happen at City Tech, where businesses will have a chance to meet candidates. And then the internships are scheduled to start on June 16th (and last until August 15th).

To apply for the program, check out the BTTIP site here.

For more information, check out the program overview or contact Toryl Hanna, Internship Coordinator, Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. Email: thanna(at)brooklynnavyyard(dot)org. Phone: (718) 907-5969

BTTIP is sponsored by the NYC Department of Small Business Services and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and operated in partnership with the Brooklyn Tech Triangle and New York City College of Technology (City Tech).

 

Photo via Chris Brady.