Graphic Design Internship

Graphic Design Job Description

TITLE:  Graphic Designer


STARTING PAY/HOUR: Based on experience: Starting at $13.00/hr for Graphic Designer


The Graphic Design staff develops, creates, produces and evaluates all publications for department staff.  They assist with webpage design and maintenance.  Additionally, the Graphic Design staff serves as a photographer for various classes and events sponsored by Undergraduate Academic Affairs.


The Graphic Design staff works under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director for Educational Enrichment and works with other Undergraduate Academic Affairs staff members on various projects.



  • Design and produce flyers, brochures, posters, calendars, logos, etc. for department and division sponsored programs and events
  • Communicate with outside printers to ensure proper preparation of files


  • Assist with webpage design and maintenance

Photography and Videography

  • Serve as staff photographer or videographer for department-supported classes and events
  • Edit photos and videos

Administrative Duties

  • Maintain open communication with Undergraduate Academic Affairs staff
  • Establish and follow regular office hours
  • Keep office in professional working order
  • Assist with selection of new graphic designers


The Graphic Design staff will interact with professional staff in Undergraduate Academic Affairs and other Rutgers University departments.


The Graphic Design staff will be challenged with publication and printing deadlines.  S/he must possess the ability to work with staff who are not versed in desktop publishing or website design.  S/he should also be organized and able to work creatively with limited direction.


  • Full-time matriculated Rutgers University student
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Must be available to work two consecutive semesters
  • Must be available to work flexible hours including weekends, holidays and breaks as needed
  • Skills strongly preferred include public relations experience and the ability to make decisions in stressful and challenging situations
  • Experience with IBM computers and strong experience in IBM desktop publishing.  Preferred experience with:  Photo and video editing, Illustrator, In Design, Dreamweaver, Freehand, photography, and HTML

Please return application materials to by Wednesday, September 28, 2016

2016-2017 graphic design application

Paid Summer Interns at Loeb Enterprises NYC

Loeb Enterprises is a New York-based private equity, venture capital and business development lab, focused on cultivating opportunities in emerging media and consumer marketing. Loeb Enterprises maintains a team of world-class operators, direct marketing executives and technologists that apply themselves to a select number of strategically important businesses each year. These companies vary by stage—from pure startups to mature businesses in need of reinvention.

We seek two summer interns. Our ideal candidate is someone who walks into a room of people and can’t leave without making a few friends. Someone who is obsessed with social media and is creative and thoughtful when interacting with online communities and building relationships. Interns will work with a team of four experienced designers and will be tasked with junior level assignments. You will get broad experience designing for all of our departments.

What you will learn:
· How to create a long term social media plan and marketing calendar.
· How to track social media analytics using HootSuite,, and other software, and report results and new ideas to our marketing team.
· How to create compelling content and get it shared by influencers.
· Techniques to create viral loops between our Facebook Page, twitter, and blog accounts
· Much more – your will work closely with our Director of Marketing and other team leaders.

What we Require:
· Background in Marketing, Communication, Graphic Design, or other related discipline.
· Highly organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments.
· Fearless: not afraid to be a bold and outside the box thinker.
· Love for using social networking sites, and general excitement to learn new skills.

The schedule is roughly 9:30-5:30pm, Monday-Friday (flexible). Our office are at 712 5th Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10019. Interns are paid $15 per hour.

To apply, please send a cover letter, with a description of your background and what you’d like to learn. Résumé, work samples etc are also welcome.
Apply by March 4th to:

Summer Internship at Mirrorball

Mirrorball is seeking a design student for an immersive internship.  As a Mirrorballer, you’ll be in a fast-paced environment working on creative projects for some of the industry’s sexiest brands. Applicant must be an active collaborator who embraces thinking outside of the box. A strong understanding of design fundamentals with an intermediate to advanced knowledge of Adobe creative suite is required. Photoshop rendering, Powerpoint, and Keynote experience is a plus. Must be 21 or over.

This is an unpaid internship with a daily travel expense. Full benefit package includes rooftop deck, awsome co-workers, two office dogs and a scorpion, and no health insurance.

About Mirrorball:
Mirrorball is an award winning consumer engagement agency that connects brand with people through a fusion of social media and live experience.

MIRRORBALL : Ideas & Actions for Accelerated Culture

RU Athletics Internship

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Have a passion for design and sports? Want to add real world projects to your developing portfolio? Rutgers University Athletics is currently looking for a graphic design intern(s) for the Fall 2013 semester to assist in the development of the Rutgers Athletics brand. In exchange for class/VAP credit, you’ll gain valuable design experience creating work for advertisements, ticketing, publications, product apparel, and social media announcements for many of the Scarlet Knight teams.

Extremely flexible hours Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign required Understanding of sports and Rutgers Athletic teams preferred Strong interpersonal and organizational skills needed

For further questions or if interested please contact Nick Black at

Seeking Autumn Fellows and Intern

Rhizome is offering a range of professional development opportunities for the fall semester: an Editorial Fellowship, an ArtBase Curatorial Fellowship, and a Program Internship. Each of these individuals will join a small team and play a central role in shaping the organization and its core program as it deepens its collections and expands its program internationally.

Through its internship and fellowship programs, Rhizome has a track record in cultivating individuals who have gone on to play an important role in the fields of art and technology.


The Editorial Fellowship is a unique opportunity for a developing writer with a dedication to the fields of contemporary art and technology to further develop professional skills and build up a portfolio seen by a large audience.

The Fellow will spend 50% of their time researching and writing articles, and 50% working on related editorial tasks. They may edit and fact-check other writers’ contributions, contribute to art direction decisions, help manage the posting process, and help with ongoing administrative tasks such as maintaining the editorial calendar and producing Rhizome’s weekly newsletter.

QUALIFICATIONS: The Editorial Fellow may work remotely, but must commit to 16 hours of work per week, for 3-4 months, beginning in fall 2013. This position is unpaid, but academic credit may be arranged and is highly encouraged. The candidate must have very strong writing, editing, and analytical skills, and very high internet literacy. They must also have a high level of familiarity with contemporary art and technology. Education or advanced experience beyond the undergraduate level is preferred.


The ArtBase Curatorial Fellowship is an ideal opportunity for a graduate-level researcher in a field such as curatorial studies or contemporary art history to shape the development of an important archive of new media art. The Fellow will conduct research, including artist interviews by email and in-person, in order to enrich the public understanding of works in the ArtBase. They will write new descriptions based on primary-source research, as well as identifying gaps and make recommendations about artists to approach for future inclusion.

QUALIFICATIONS: The Curatorial Fellow must be based in New York and must be able to commit to 16 hours of work per week, for 3-4 months, beginning September 15, 2013. This position is unpaid, but academic credit may be arranged and is highly encouraged. The Curatorial Fellow will work directly with artists and be overseen by senior Rhizome staff. Education or advanced experience beyond the undergraduate level is preferred. Experience with CollectiveAccess is a plus.


Rhizome seeks a highly organized, responsible and mature Program Intern. Responsibilities will vary and engage with all areas of the organization: assisting with the daily administrative upkeep; research and production support of the Rhizome website; coordination of organizational projects; correspondence with artists, members, and press; management of various social media platforms and more. Interns must be familiar with contemporary art and savvy with the web and new technologies.

QUALIFICATIONS: The Program Intern must be based in New York and must be able to commit to 16 hours of work per week, for 3-4 months, beginning September 15, 2013. This position is unpaid, but academic credit may be arranged. Candidates must be possess strong administration and organization skills, and a confident, proactive and problem-solving nature. As this position will provide a broad entry point into the workings of a non-profit, a positive disposition and willingness to undertake any task with a positive attitude is key. Self-starting candidates who can spot areas to be improved in the organization, and set about improving them, will thrive. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software is required, and other creative software (Adobe CS i.e.) is a benefit.

TO APPLY: Please email a cover letter (written in the body of the email) and resume to jobs(at), making reference to the position in the subject line.

Fellowship applications must include 2-3 short writing samples as PDF attachment. Deadline for all positions is August 22, 2013, and will start at a negotiated date in September or early October. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Signs seeks on-campus intern

Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, the preeminent academic journal of women’s and gender studies, seeks an art intern. Art interns work on the cover design, update the website and work on images that appear in the journal. Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and/or InDesign is required. Web programming skills is preferred. Preference is given to students with an interest in scholarship on issues of gender, race, nation, class, and/or sexuality.

Art interns are responsible for a variety of tasks, which may include: Designing the cover; developing brochures and other promotional materials; researching the work of contemporary women artists and proposing cover art; updating the Signs website; preparing images for publication; evaluating artwork submitted to the journal and corresponding with artists.

Internships are five hours per week.
The position is unpaid.
Art interns are listed on the journal’s masthead.
To apply, send your résumé to:
Miranda Outman-Kramer, Managing Editor, at

DI Group Architecture Summer Internship

Local architecture firm DI Group is looking to hire a summer graphic design intern. This is a paid position, with a flexible 8 to 10 week commitment. It’s a small firm so the internship is very hands-on and a great learning experience. The work is primarily signage and wayfinding. Send your résumé´ and portfolio to Sean Hayes, Director of Graphic Design at and please cc me on the email. Good luck!

Digital+Interaction Design Summer Internship

Blink Reaction is offering Internship Program / Affiliation.

Blink Reactionis a digital focused agency that works with a wide variety of large scale enterprise clients from healthcare to video games and everything in between, and we are in the process of growing exponentially. I think these exciting times are a perfect opportunity for a student to learn and participate on large scale projects, while also having the appeal of a boutique. Any opportunity could be part-time or full-time and even for just the summer, but we would like to be an active participant in teaching through experience.

Please contact Jason Trojanowski for further inquiries.

Juicetank Innovation Labs

Want to work at a local start-up incubator, meet entrepreneurs, and help build a graphic design team from scratch? Are you a master at CS6, as well as proficient at HTML5/CSS3? Consider an internship at Juicetank Innovation Labs, located in Somerset, NJ. Start/end dates are variable, as we can accommodate most schedules. See, and to apply, send your résumé via email to

Paid Internships, Magazine Articles, a Trip to Chicago and Cash Prizes

Under Armour has teamed with industry publications Event Marketer and Event Design and experience design agency George P. Johnson to launch Brand X, the first student competition on experience design.

Goal: Expose students to experience design. Teams of student designers are invited to develop a hypothetical campaign for Under Armour’s sponsorship of the 2014 Winter Olympics, including the creative concept, idea and physical and online elements. It’s a wonderful exercise for students to get “real world” perspective on one of the hottest growth sectors: experience design. Each student team will be assigned a real-world industry design mentor who will help them craft submissions and provide feedback and support.

Winners will receive a cash prize, paid summer internships, an article on their work in Event Marketer and Event Design and a paid trip to Chicago for the Brand X award ceremony.

You can learn more at:


The Daily Targum is Looking for a Design and Associate Design Editor

The Daily Targum is looking for a design and associate design editor for the 145th editorial board. The positions are paid and run from February 2013- February 2014. Training starts immediately. The design editor is responsible for laying out the entire paper. He/she must be in the office from 4 p.m. to around 10:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday. Design editors work closely with the news team and are vital in the newsroom. This positions requires a time commitment, however it provides invaluable, hands-on experience. We are looking for smart, detail-oriented, and creative students. He/she must be enthusiastic to learn and eager to help improve the overall image of the paper. If interested in training, email design[at] ASAP.

Olivia Prentzel
Managing Editor
The Daily Targum
26 Mine Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(732) 932-2012 ext. 101

Graphic Design Internships, Spring 2013 – New Jersey Devils (Newark, NJ)

Are you ready to take a leap toward an action-packed career in the highly competitive field of sports and entertainment? An internship with Devils Arena Entertainment/Prudential Center provides valuable hands-on experience in an ever-changing and dynamic environment. Prudential Center is in the early stages, but well on the way to building a nationally respected brand with over 200 events on tap for the upcoming season. Become part of the excitement!

Prudential Center opened in 2007 as the first new major league venue built in the New York Metropolitan Area in the last 25 years. To celebrate its opening, Bon Jovi performed to ten sold out crowds. The 18,000 seat $375 million arena is operated by Devils Arena Entertainment, in common ownership with the New Jersey Devils as its principal occupant. The building is also home to the New York Liberty, Seton Hall basketball and all major family shows and concerts. The Rock has been voted the best stadium experience of the 9 New Jersey/New York buildings.

Graphic Design

General Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Working with and assisting the graphic design department
  • Involved in general design projects
  • Assisting with brochure designs
  • Implementing flyer and print material
  • Researching and image gathering
  • Participating in marketing brainstorming and strategy meetings
  • Various other duties as assigned

Additional Qualifications:

  • Interest in graphic design
  • Experience and knowledge with Adobe Creative Suite programs (i.e. Photoshop and Illustrator)
  • Intern should be creative, hardworking and have a good sense of design

Please send resumes to | New Brunswick, NJ