Creative Design Intern

Posted on August 3rd, 2016

Are you artistic? Do you have Adobe design experience? Are you interested in applying your creative skills in a real work environment? If you answered yes, then you could be our next Creative Design intern at United Way of Larimer County.

During this internship, you will work closely with our Digital Marketing Manager to design for all of our marketing needs, from our website, to print materials, and social media. You will walk away with actual projects that you can highlight in your portfolio and on LinkedIn.

About the internship:
United Way is hiring an intern to help expand our brand and communicate our impact to the community. This role will have an emphasis on marketing for our Generation United affinity group, while also working to promote our other programs and partnerships.

Some of the tasks you may perform include:
- Graphic design for website, materials (including events), and social media
- Website maintenance and management
- Attend GU events and network with members
- Other duties as assigned as needed

Some of the skills and opportunities you may gain:
- Working independently with the freedom to be creative
- Practicing and improving graphic design skills
- Learning about non-profit management
- Gaining experience in a fast growing non-profit business
- Adding experience with a non-profit leader in health and human services to your resume

Position:
- Fall semester
- Hours are flexible
- Credit or non-credit (if doing for credit follow your student internship packet guidelines and policies)
- Position is contingent upon successful background check.
- Must have own reliable transportation, valid Driver’s License, and proof of insurance.
- Stipend available upon completion of internship.

To apply:
Email or fax your resume and cover letter to Elizabeth Simons at esimons@uwaylc.org or 970-407-7099.

Deadline: September 15th

About us:
United Way of Larimer County is fighting poverty and helping local children and families succeed in school, work, and life using a Collective Impact model. We are building a movement of people and organizations across Larimer County to reduce duplication of work and increase efficiency. Using this model, we work to create results that help people today, and build stronger foundations for tomorrow.