Graphic Design intern position is currently open in the communications department at Children's Mercy Hospital. They want them to be here at least 3 days for 4 hours each day. They would want someone available ASAP and through the summer or fall.
The Graphic Design Intern will assist the Graphic Design Coordinator and the Graphic Design Manager with ongoing graphic design projects. The intern will also be assigned a campaign project to showcase his/her diverse artistic talents.
Terms of the internship include, but are not limited to:
· Paid internship - we will coordinate with school to provide class credit as well
· Reports to Graphic Design Coordinator
· Weekly meeting with the Graphic Design Coordinator
· Minimal local Kansas City metropolitan area travel
· No housing or housing assistance will be provided
· Business casual attire
· Successfully completing this internship is not a promise for Children's Mercy Hospital to hire the intern now or in the future.
· college junior or senior enrolled in or recent college graduate of a Graphic Design program at an accredited college or university (High school diploma or equivalent required)
· Skilled in PC and MAC
· Proficient in Adobe CC and CS5 programs (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
· Illustration ability is a plus
· Highly organized and detail-oriented
· Good communication skills
· Creative and resourceful
· Timely and dependable
The Communications and Marketing department has Graphic Design intern positions available for Fall and Spring semesters, as well as Summer.
The internship requires a minimum of 20 scheduled hours per week between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday, with 3-hour minimum shifts during the school year. In the summer, internships are between 32 and 40 hours per week.
· Pay - $10/hour
· Provide students with hands-on learning experience and portfolio material
· Help students develop new competencies and professional skills
· Provide an opportunity for students to network and develop professional relationships
· Depending on your academic institution, students may be able to earn college credit