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The MiA Project
4628 York Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: January 08 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionLos Angeles based The MiA (Made in America) Project is seeking an intern to help us with our growing needs in graphics and E-commerce day to day activities. In turn, candidates will have a chance to learn alongside a growing, multi-platform company, led by marketing, styling and content experts with lengthy backgrounds in the entertainment and fashion industries.
This internship will include 1-2 days a week for a total of 8-10 hours, working alongside the founders in The MiA Project store and office in Highland Park.
About The MiA Project
The MiA Project (http://themiaproject.com/) is a digital and physical epicenter for a new wave of American design and production and the rise of thoughtful consumption. The MiA Project celebrates designers focused on producing in the U.S., by sharing their stories, the origins of their creations, and connecting their work to a larger audience. We’re the most robust, but also attentively-selected, made-in-America marketplace on the web, featuring designers and makers from around the country in categories spanning home, accessories, clothing, objects, apothecary and more. We've been covered by The New York Times T Magazine, Design Sponge Domaine Home, Refinery29, Los Angeles Magazine, Nylon and more.
Please send resumes to Jaime Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief note explaining your interest and background.
ResponsibilitiesThe ideal candidate will complete fun, promotional graphics for the project and ecommerce, shopping guides for the editorial platform, style guides, and miscellaneous ecommerce graphics.
RequirementsCandidates must have basic graphics skills in InDesign, Photoshop, or graphics program of your choice, and basic knowledge of online shopping organizations to assist in E-commerce improvements. An interest in trend forecasting is a bonus but not mandatory.
SkillsRequired - Creativity, Computer Graphics Design, Trend Forecasting, Shopper Marketing
Preferred - Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign