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Monday, May 6, 2013

Pan Ector Industries Screenprinting Internship

Leigh Garcia working with Yovanny Canales at Pan Ector Industries

This Spring Anna Peterson and Leigh Garcia worked as interns at  Pan Ector Industries.  Their experience has given them great opportunity to get printing industry experience and make industry contacts.

Pan Ector Industries has Internships available in Screenprinting and Graphic Design.  UNT Printmaking Majors may take a 3 credit hour Internship course that will count as an upper level elective.  The internships are available for Summer 2013 and Fall 2013. If you are interested....  Please contact Pan Ector Industries for Internship details... 940.566.1414  ...AND contact Professor Andrew DeCaen for details on how to register for the internship class and the class requirements.

Pan Ector Industries is a local screenprinting business started in 2009 by three CVAD Printmaking majors and one Communication Design Major:  Michael Little (BFA 2009), Drew Elam (BFA 2009), Yovanny Canales (BFA 2010)  and Nick Webber (BFA 2009)

Quoted from the Facebook post:"We offer unpaid internships for people experienced in printmaking and/or screenprinting and for those also in need of college credit hours. This summer internship begins May 15th and goes to August 15th.

You'll learn the process from start to finish from the commercial and fine art standpoint. You'll be printing shirts, posters, coozies, and maybe some other random things. We print live at festivals and events, which you will have the opportunity to come along to for work and fun.  You'll have access to our equipment after business hours for personal projects and get some free prints and printed apparel along the way.  We will ask you to photo-document your experiences and projects/jobs you have worked on.  College credit available, but currently we have only worked with the UNT Printmaking department. Other departments are definitely a possibility, so just ask us. Departmental hour requirements vary.  Ability to work during normal business hours preferable."