Intern with the World War 1 Museum




Seeking: a highly creative, detail-oriented and talented junior or senior year student majoring in graphic design to get hands-on experience in creating real-time deliverables and concepts for university credit.   

General Purpose: Provide production support to the Museum designer in producing print and Internet-based materials. Assist in creative development and concepts. Maintain the Museum brand across all materials.  

This is an opportunity to understand the role that graphic design plays in a Museum and professional environment, to see what it takes to concept, design, and layout pieces from beginning to end in a practical environment, and to see how the creative department works with Marketing, Development, Education, Curatorial, Retail, and Executive departments to complete a job.

A key project will be capturing high-quality images and creating persuasive website copy for new products on the Museum's e-commerce site.

Requirements for Consideration: Portfolio of work and personal design statement. A good eye for high-end design and style. Ability to create, manipulate, and execute photographs and descriptions for online Museum Store products.  Team player in a fast-paced setting.  Passion for learning and graphic design. Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing.  Ability to consistently complete tasks and meet deadlines. Must be current on design production software with preferences to Adobe Creative Suite 5.

For more information, contact Curator of Education Lara Vogt at lvogt@theworldwar.org or talk to Rishad Gandhi.