The Voto Latino creative team is seeking a graphic design intern for Spring 2017. This person will assist with the design and production of our social media creative and internal project management.
- Designing and executing graphic creations for social media collateral as needed
- Help with digital file organization and auditing existing print assets
- Working closely with the other designer and report to the Visual Design Manager
- Other duties as assigned by manager
- 2 design samples to apply
- Basic experience in creating digital images.
- Ideal candidate should already have a laptop with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Applicants should know the difference between a PNG vs JPEG and CMYK vs RGB
- Relevant coursework and/or internship experience in graphic design or related fields
- Great attention to detail, ability to multitask, excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
- Visual communication skills
- Illustration and composition skills
- Will be a fast learner and a team player
- Hands-on experience working across our social media portfolio
- Possibility of having work published in our social channels, giving your work exposure to hundreds of thousands of followers
- Relevant work, professional development and educational opportunities
- Appropriate work space, in our DC office
- Networking opportunities with employees and other interns
- Regular constructive feedback regarding your work and progress
- To participate in brainstorming sessions
This is an unpaid internship but we will work with you and your school to support academic credit, if applicable. This internship is located in Washington, DC and is available on a part-time or full-time schedule.
Voto Latino is a proud equal opportunity employer.
Voto Latino is a nonpartisan organization that empowers young Latinos to create a better future for themselves and their community. We do this by providing you the technology, civic tools, and access to opportunities to become an agent of positive change in this country. And we do it for one simple reason: We are united by the belief that Latino issues are American issues and American issues are Latino issues that people like you can solve.