Likable Art takes great pride in our internship program. This is our opportunity to share what we’ve learned with those in the creative field. We have attempted to create a rigorous curriculum with a blend of hands on work and the greatest resources we have come across.
If you are interested in learning more, we invite you to apply for the opportunity to learn, grow, and be challenged to create great art.
During my time at Likable Art, I never felt like an employee. My ideas and suggestions were taken into serious consideration which made me feel like a partner at Likable Art rather than just an employee.
Intern Class of 2013
Working with Cory was incredible. He fosters creativity, but more so, he is open to betterment; he doesn’t care who comes up with the idea, he simply wants to tell the best stories possible. His humility in this allows for the fostering of creativity. Working with him, I was able to dive more deeply into my own creativity and open doors of the imagination I had never peeked behind.
Intern Class of 2012
My time at Likable Art consisted of Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production, research, organizing, script writing, throwing around ideas, finding stock footage or sound effects, and making props. I also had the opportunity to work on a couple of shoots, setting up, tearing down and filming.
I would say this: be flexible, be patient, and be direct. If you want a bigger role on a project, say it. If you have an idea, tell it. Most importantly if you have a question, ask it. Likable Art is a great company. I consider myself very fortunate to have worked there.
Class of 2014
What you’ll learn
PREMIERE CC AND AFTER EFFECTS
Small Business Operations
SEE THE DAY IN AND DAY OUT
LEARN HOW WE COME UP
WITH AND RESEARCH STORIES
ILLUSTRATION, DESIGN, PHOTO
Truth and Charity
HOW WE ROOT EVERYTHING
IDEAS AND PRODUCTION
Class of 2015
As a Likable Art intern
When Cory first invited me to participate in an internship at Likable Art, I had no idea what to expect. I wasn’t even sure what I what direction I wanted to take professionally. By the end, I had a clear understanding of my concrete contribution to Likable Art from helpful feedback as well as warm support and specific tools to help me explore my personal development. I can only qualify this as an outstanding success.
The internship is designed to be both concrete and practical–for example, with defined work expectations and a rich intern curriculum–but the program is also in the hands of the individual, who is given the opportunity to develop a specialization: to actively tackle a project or goal (in my case, to develop a professional focus). Drawing on the abundant resources available at Likable Art in the form of the physical equipment (including cameras, computers, and masterclasses), the positive and encouraging atmosphere, and finally, one-on-one mentorship time tailored to the individual’s unique trials and triumphs, the intern experience is entirely personalized.
For these reasons, I would recommend an internship at Likable Art to anyone interested in taking a personal role in designing their educational experience. To anyone excited by the possibilities of have a clear role on a compact team. To anyone in need of a new challenge to help push them up to the next level of excellence. It’s simple. Just create Likable Art.