Durham Magazine and Chapel Hill Magazine are looking for a fall semester graphic design intern based out of our Chapel Hill office.
Our interns will get great experience and insight into the editorial process of producing a magazine in a real world environment. Interns will work under the direction of the creative and art directors on assignments for both Chapel Hill Magazine and Durham Magazine, special products and online products. Responsibilities would include: production of advertising for our various products, print and online, production of marketing materials and other in-house materials, from business cards, web banners, e-blasts, sales collateral, etc.
–10-12 hours per week (specific days and hours are extremely flexible depending on each intern’s schedule and availability)
–Ideally, interns would work late-August through the last week of classes of the fall semester.
–Unfortunately, we do not pay our interns, but we’ll work with students so they can get school credit.
–Our office is at 1777 Fordham Blvd. (behind the SunTrust bank) and there’s a bus stop right outside.
The preferred candidate will be:
creative, organized, self-motivated, and detail-oriented with a passion for the communities we represent. They will be able to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment. It’s important that our interns be good communicators whether in asking for more assignments, or letting us know if they need any help. We love when interns ask questions and make note of any instructions for the tasks they are given! The internship is truly a great opportunity to flex your skills and also learn a lot.
The preferred candidate will have:
- –Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud (primarily InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) required
- –Previous internship or college publication experience
- –Your own laptop with Adobe Creative Cloud
- –Knowledge of WordPress or any other web background
How to apply:
If you’ve got questions, reach out to to Creative Director Kevin Brown at email@example.com. If you’re ready to apply, send a resume and portfolio links/samples and make sure to tell him in the body of your email why you’d make a great intern!