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Whalebone Magazine Creative Intern Position
Location: Remote, Eastern Time Zone preferred
Start: Early April 2022
What to Expect
- Tons of ass kicking
- Creative excellence—from you, from us, and always as a team
- Some amazingly boring and fantastically tedious design work (we’ve all been there)
- Working closely in assisting our Creative Director and Art Director
- Time travel, needed for staying ahead of current design trends
- Implementing designs from creative team to various platforms (web, social, print and production)
- Tight deadlines and quick thinking
Must have a solid working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, an eye for design and strange love for typography is a must. Creative interns work within the creative department under the direct supervision of our Creative Director and Art Director. Projects will include (but not be limited to): social media content creation, production assistance, digital newsletter, email, web design, and photography/retouching. Video and animation experience is a plus.
You Should Know Your Way Around
- Adobe Creative Suite (esp. InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Video Editing/Animation
A Few Tips
- MUST have a portfolio (website or PDF under 5MB)—applicants without a portfolio will not be reviewed and will be publicly shamed
- Must have a sense of humor
- No Word docs for resumes—PDF only
- Submit social handles
- Resumes without typos (resumes with typos are disqualified, sucka!)
- Resumes must showcase your type skills (be designed). Like, are you a human under it all?
The Nitty Gritty, Kitty
Start date: Early April 2022
Office location: Remote
Must be available 2-3 days per week, able to work between 9-5 EST
This is a paid internship
Possibility to grow into part/full-time role. PRO TIP: We like to do that.
Please send a well-designed resume with no typos, and portfolio samples (either URL or in one single PDF file under 5MB; no Dropbox links or JPEGs please) to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with the subject line: “graphic design is my passion.” That’s firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with the subject line: “graphic design is my passion.”