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Graphic Design / Visual Media Intern
Casa Milagro Foundation / Tropical Adventures Foundation — Miami, FL
We are seeking an intern to work in graphic design and visual media for a period of 3 to 6 months who can assist with website design, publications and other forms of media. This position will work with the marketing team and the executive director to develop media that visually communicates the goals and objectives of our non-profit organization. We are growing programming and we need help developing a new website and new publications. Position Location: Hojancha, Guanacaste, Costa Rica or FROM YOUR HOME. Position Sample Tasks: Creating logos and publications for the organization Taking photos and video of programming for online publication Create and update website content and design Providing input and knowledge from previous education and work experience Create publications and advertisements for programs/events for the developing community program in Hojancha Benefits of this position: Getting to live in Costa Rica and travel to various projects in the country (or the ability to work from home) Build up your professional portfolio and resume Gain experience working with people from different cultures and backgrounds in a meaningful way Compensation: This is an unpaid position.
Making Man Kind — Hinsdale, IL
Making Man...kind is a conscious company "Wear gratitude is in Style...and Thoughts are on Things". Though our sister company, we are creating a documentary film & global collaborative mural....both called, "Making Man...kind". We will be posting several opportunities, which will not only allow for valuable hands on experience, but the chance to be involved in a movement aims to be a positive influence on the world. This post is for a student proficient in illustrator who can create camera ready art for some of our wearables.
Girls in Power — Westlake Village, CA — Virtual
THE GIP FOUNDATION, INC. is a developing non-profit organization dedicated to the public with the specific purpose to uplift, empower, teach and support at risk female adults, teens and children so that they can become emotionally, physically, and financially self-reliant in order to become mindful contributors to their communities. Founded by a single mother of three girls, passionate and motivated to encourage, foster and inspire "Girls." Mission to deliver life-changing programs to Teen Youth ages 11 16 years Mentoring Opportunities for Young Women ages 16-24. These workshops use 4-parts (arts, health, purpose, & fellowship) & are lead by women passionate about their talents, share these assets in a designed skill-building curriculum.
Graphic Arts and Marketing
PlanetConnect — Tinton Falls, NJ
Graphic arts beginner-intermediate required for unique design and marketing summer internship. Create materials for events such as directional signage, posters, agendas, flyers and more. Learn website design and event management web programs. Get great experience with creating art required to manage an event for over 2000 guests. Learn digital signage and other new media programs. Basic familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop) required. Travel stipend. Potential for employment upon completion of internship.
Graphic Design Internship
BizRinger Inc. — Irvine, CA
Bizringer (Bizringer.com) is looking for an intern with an experience in graphic designer, Logo design, web design & more. This knowledge is essential for all applicants. Experience gained in the classroom and through personal application will be accepted. Present a presentation based upon what you have learned from the experience and provide recommendations to improve the web designs, and functionality. This internship starts immediately. Although it is unpaid, an academic credit can be arranged. The hours are flexible. This position also has a potential for growth.
IT/Computer Systems Intern
FormeSante — North Miami Beach, FL
Forme Sante www.formesante.com Online company offering vitamins and supplements products at discounted prices on the French market.
EducationUSA Internship Program Fall 2013
Institute of International Education — Mexico, ME
The Institute of International Education (IIE), Office for Latin America works closely with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and with other offices of the US Embassy in Mexico, in administering the largest U.S. State Department-supported EducationUSA Advising Center in Latin America, promoting U.S. higher education by offering comprehensive and objective guidance to qualified individuals on how best to access educational opportunities in the United States. IIE interns work in the EducationUSA Advising Center, hosted by IIE/Latin America, in assisting with advising students, as well as with the Regional Educational Advising Coordinator (REAC) who provides leadership and expertise in educational advising issues to advising centers and U.S. Embassies throughout Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. As the main EducationUSA Advising Center in Mexico, IIE receives approximately 103,000 requests for information annually. It provides information concerning all subject areas at the high school and all higher education levels in the U.S. through its extensive collection of reference materials. The Advising Interns assist the Educational Adviser in providing the following services: · Advise the general public and Mexican institutions about educational opportunities in the United States. · Conduct research on specific topics related to US study for use within the advising center. · Support students interested in studying in the U.S. through personalized advising sessions, internet and publication research assistance and guidance throughout the application process. · Foster communication with students. · Revise and deliver PowerPoint presentations about U.S. study at public information sessions. · Manage event promotion and registration. · Provide updated center information for various advising related websites.
Scholarship Division Graduate Internship Program Fall 2013
Institute of International Education — Mexico, ME
The Institute of International Education (IIE) Office for Latin America works with various foundations, private corporations, institutions, and governments in managing scholarship and training programs to provide Latin Americans with more opportunities for higher education and exchange. Currently, IIE works closely with Cargill, ExxonMobil, Rolex, and the Rockefeller Foundation, as well as with NYU Abu Dhabi on the promotion, selection and monitoring of scholarships across Latin America. The Scholarship Interns work with one or more IIE/Latin America scholarship programs to assist in: Responding to inquiries about IIE/Latin America scholarship program opportunities. Managing contact databases and statistical information about grantee cohorts. Assistance in promotional activities. Communication with university representatives and students. Assistance in selection processes. Conducting research Creating promotional and statistical analysis presentations. Organizing orientation programs for grantees. Program development initiatives including research and proposal writing Completing office tasks and working on other programs as needed