Design Internship Program
36creative - Salem NH

Internship Category: Paid

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  • Design Internship Program

    The 36 internship program has two sessions a year: one in the spring (starting in February) and one in the fall (starting in October). The number of hours you work during the week is something we can discuss, however, each session lasts for 10 weeks. After that, we give you the boot, but sometimes there’s cake”� or a card, maybe.

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    Art Direction and Account Management

    Description

    36 interns get to work closely with our design team and contribute to client projects. You’ll get the experience of working in an agency setting, the benefit of guidance from out art directors, and will get to collaborate with other creatives.

    Our internships are generally unpaid, but we do offer compensation for travel costs when there’s a lengthy commute. If an internship is a requirement you have for a course program, we are happy to provide you with the documentation you need to receive class credits for your work. In the past, 36 interns have had their work produced for clients and (on rare occasion) become 36 employees.

    Every single one of them gets made fun of for the music they listen to.

    Requirements

    • Candidates are usually in an undergraduate design program, but anyone with sufficient experience is encouraged to apply.
    • You must have working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
    • Passion for branding, design, and learning.
    • A good sense of humor is important. Having big brothers is a plus, but isn’t necessary.
    • An understanding of UX/UI and web design is a plus.
    • Being receptive to critique is critical. If you have a bad attitude, you can beat it.

    Responsibilities

    • Working in collaboration with the design team to produce assets for client projects. This will include creative concepts for campaign work, logo and corporate identity design, collateral concepts and layouts for various media.
    • Photo editing, file prep for print and development.
    • You won’t be getting coffee or picking up dry cleaning. Everything you do will be a relevant learning experience. Interns have been models during photo shoots and one held a tray of fresh socks during a presentation once, but we consider those things relevant.

    How to Apply

    Fill out the form below and attach your resumé with examples of your work in a PDF format. If you don’t have a PDF presentation, you can also include a link to examples of your work online. If we like what we see, we’ll ask you in for an interview. If you have any additional questions, include them in your message, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

    Design Internship Program

    The 36 internship program has two sessions a year: one in the spring (starting in February) and one in the fall (starting in October). The number of hours you work during the week is something we can discuss, however, each session lasts for 10 weeks. After that, we give you the boot, but sometimes there’s cake”� or a card, maybe.

    Reports to

    Art Direction and Account Management

    Description

    36 interns get to work closely with our design team and contribute to client projects. You’ll get the experience of working in an agency setting, the benefit of guidance from out art directors, and will get to collaborate with other creatives.

    Our internships are generally unpaid, but we do offer compensation for travel costs when there’s a lengthy commute. If an internship is a requirement you have for a course program, we are happy to provide you with the documentation you need to receive class credits for your work. In the past, 36 interns have had their work produced for clients and (on rare occasion) become 36 employees.

    Every single one of them gets made fun of for the music they listen to.

    Requirements

    • Candidates are usually in an undergraduate design program, but anyone with sufficient experience is encouraged to apply.
    • You must have working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
    • Passion for branding, design, and learning.
    • A good sense of humor is important. Having big brothers is a plus, but isn’t necessary.
    • An understanding of UX/UI and web design is a plus.
    • Being receptive to critique is critical. If you have a bad attitude, you can beat it.

    Responsibilities

    • Working in collaboration with the design team to produce assets for client projects. This will include creative concepts for campaign work, logo and corporate identity design, collateral concepts and layouts for various media.
    • Photo editing, file prep for print and development.
    • You won’t be getting coffee or picking up dry cleaning. Everything you do will be a relevant learning experience. Interns have been models during photo shoots and one held a tray of fresh socks during a presentation once, but we consider those things relevant.

    How to Apply

    Fill out the form below and attach your resumé with examples of your work in a PDF format. If you don’t have a PDF presentation, you can also include a link to examples of your work online. If we like what we see, we’ll ask you in for an interview. If you have any additional questions, include them in your message, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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