THe Wrecking Crew Summer Internship 2019

We are always growing our talent pool; applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
We will review your application. If you are accepted, we will reach out via email. We will select interns from the candidate pool based on skillset, experience, interest, availability, etc.
Name *
Name
Please link us to your resume. Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. is fine. Please be sure the permissions allow us to view and download it.
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Please link us to a black and white, square photo of yourself wearing a dark shirt against a white background. Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. is fine. Please be sure the permissions allow us to view and download it.
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Please provide us with a professional bio. (60-80words) Format: 1.) Intro: Short and "brand-y" sentence that frames who you are. 2.) Where You Play: The range of design domains that define your practice, actual and aspirational. (ex: healthcare, fintech, etc.) 3.) How You Play: Your approach to your craft. 4.) What You've Done: Stuff you've done, places you've been. 5.) How You Got There: Education, lineage, and professional journey. Example: "A native of China, Karen is a San Francisco-based UX and product designer. She strives to create powerful products through design thinking and storytelling. Coming from an architectural and design background, Karen believes design reflects the way we think and interact with one and another, whether through space or artifacts. As a UX designer, Karen has worked on the Future of Office Intelligent Network at Microsoft, and the Future of Personal Data Marketplace (AI) with T-Mobile. Karen graduated with distinction from the Interaction Design BFA program at California College of the Arts, where she designed a language assistant to help people learn culture nuances."
If you have an online portfolio or other examples of your work, please link to it here:
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Phone *
Phone
Tell us about one thing you are most proud of making and why
Tell us about an interpersonal team challenge you encountered and how you addressed it.