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Graphic Design Intern (Spring 2013)

Invisible Children’s competitive Internship Program is designed to be a learning opportunity for people who are interested in pursuing careers in various aspects of film, media, non profit management, and/or international development work. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to work alongside Invisible Children staff and offer insight and creativity to your position while you gain professional experience in an innovative work environment.

Job Summary:

Our Graphic Design Interns work alongside Invisible Children’s creative team of senior designers, filmmakers, animators, and artistic directors to conceptualize and execute projects across a multi-medium platform. As an intern, you will play a vital role in this team and be given significant projects that have the potential to be seen by hundreds of thousands of people. From web page assets, to handouts and t-shirt designs, this internship is ideal for skilled graphic design students or recent graduates who are looking to learn and be challenged by a highly creative environment.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

– While you are here, you will create a large body of work
– Creating assets for Invisible Children’s website, print/ad materials and media/ films
– You will create everything from online graphics to t-shirt demos and promotional materials


– Extensive knowledge of and experience working with Adobe Photoshop
– Knowledge of Illustrator
– Familiarity with InDesign
– Strong work ethic
– Pay attention to detail

**You will not be considered for this position without first submitting samples of your work. As a part of your application, please include a link to your online portfolio. If you do not have a portfolio accessible online, please combine your samples into a single downloadable file and email them to

Internship Details:

The tentative start date of this internship is January 7th, and it will last through May 17th. All interns will be expected to work 40 hours each week. Internships are unpaid, but housing is provided in the IC Intern House. Invisible Children will provide transportation to and from work, but suggest bringing a vehicle for personal use. However, please keep in mind that parking for a personal vehicle is extremely limited near the Intern House.

Are you interested in applying for Invisible Children’s Spring 2013 Graphic Design Intern position? Please fill out our online application found here: .

We look forward to hearing from you!

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    Catalina Walker
    20th Nov 2012
    8:53 pm
  1. Incredible opportunity to get involved with the organization which got me involved with graphic design in the first place! However, I hope they will have a 2013 fall intern position since university commitments have me tied down until the end of this academic year. Sincerely, Cat

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