Creative Blips Internship Program

 Art by  Sijia Luo , SP intern 2018

Art by Sijia Luo, SP intern 2018

 Art by  Sijia Luo , SP intern 2018

Art by Sijia Luo, SP intern 2018


Hello, there! Are you interested in interning at Glow in the Dark? We're launching the search for our FALL 2018 internship!

We're a small studio in a big studio world, but our interns huddle up in the trenches side by side with us to learn about original story and concept development, preproduction, and the inner workings of the entertainment industry.

We don't guarantee what any one day will hold; as a small studio, we do a little bit of everything, in-house! It's not always glamorous, but you won't be running errands or getting coffee (unless it's for you, of course). Day to day life at Glow in the Dark is always in flux. One day, we're in development meetings, the next we're researching client projects, the next we're doing inventory in the office, and then off to meet with potential studios, so on and so forth... it's busy, but there's always something new to do or learn!

Our program is unpaid, but we do our best to make sure that our Interns grow and learn in a tangibly useful, industry-specific way-- and so far, we've gotten a great response from former interns. 

That being said, if you're interested in making the third desk in our cozy studio yours for a few months, read on & send your application in below!




 Art by  Sijia Luo , SP intern 2018

Art by Sijia Luo, SP intern 2018


  • Spring 2019 internship start date: Early/mid February (date flexible). We will begin contacting applicants in mid-January.

  • Artists, writers, and creatives encouraged!

  • Strong preference given to currently enrolled students receiving internship course credit at an accredited university during the internship. (Interested non-students are encouraged to apply with the understanding that this is an unpaid position and not an offer of employment.)

  • While we work heavily with storytelling and visual development, our internship is production-oriented; however, we encourage the artistic and creative growth of our interns, and offer one-on-one guided mentorship throughout the program on skills or topics of their choosing.



TO APPLY, send your cover letter / resume / portfolio (if applicable) to! Please list the email subject as SPRING 2019 INTERNSHIP.

 Art by  Sijia Luo , SP intern 2018

Art by Sijia Luo, SP intern 2018

 Art by  Sijia Luo , SP intern 2018

Art by Sijia Luo, SP intern 2018

You cannot create experience. You must undergo it.
— Albert Camus

Current Creative Blip Intern

FALL 2018

Leslie Hernandez

Creative Blips Experiences:




Spring 2018, Sijia Luo

"I really enjoyed my internship at Glow in the Dark, it was an amazing journey for me. The tasks were manageable and the team was very fun to work with. I also got their help with my own story development, which I never expected as an intern. Every tip was so insightful and helpful, it clarified how to achieve my goals in my career. I'm so thankful I was part of the Glow in the Dark team!"




Spring 2018, Lydia Saldajeno

"My time at Glow in the Dark is something I will always cherish. Every day, there was something new for me to learn. Whether we were working on pitch development, art evaluation, research, or essential studio tasks, Glow in the Dark always found a way to engage me in the work I did. They took the time every week to help me develop my own story, as well as my career, offering insight I couldn’t find anywhere else. I’m so thankful they gave me the chance to work with such an amazing team. Glow on!"



Fall 2017, Denise Caro.

Woodbury University.

“Being an intern for Glow in the Dark concept studio was in a more simpler term; amazing. I never expected to learn as much as I did or to have as much fun as I did! I will truly miss this internship and I’m proud to say I was part of the Glow in the Dark team!” 



Fall 2016, Kaitlynn Nichol

Woodbury University.

"My internship at Glow in the Dark was easygoing because I enjoyed my tasks and the people I worked with. I handled different tasks from website editing, designing characters, visual development, and even helping with shows and events. The highlights included artist feedback from Katia as well as tips and tricks to have more fledged out ideas. The hours and workload are manageable and I feel as though many people would benefit from this form of scheduling seeing how it emulates an actual studio position. "