Web and Print Design Intern

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MetaProp
 Virtual
Posted: February 21 2015
Company Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

MetaProp NYC brings together the brightest minds in real estate and technology to help build our industry’s most promising young companies. Partners include the NYCEDC, the Real Estate Board of New York, top NY and Silicon Valley venture capital firms, a major local university and a “who’s who” of corporate partners from the real estate industry.

Responsibilities

-Produce and create digital Web and print solutions, including web pages and custom page layouts, brochures, flyers, email templates, reports, signage, banners, etc.
-Manage user-facing site metaprop.org
-Translate new design requirements into wireframes and mockups
-Provide user-centered design expertise from concept to delivery
-Collaborate with stakeholders to ensure consistency of brand identity

Requirements

We're looking for a creative design wiz who can help us design, produce and create high quality and compelling web pages, presentations, flyers, brochures, logos and business cards to help promote our accelerator to new portfolio companies/partners, to train our employees and to build our brand. We're looking for a creative individual who knows how to tell a story and catch the attention of the audience. This is an unpaid internship that lasts two to six months and is flexible depending on your schedule (interns may commit to 15-30 hours/week). As an intern, you will oversee the design process and the building of the company’s initial website. The position reports to MetaProp’s Managing Director.

Skills

Required - WordPress, CSS, HTML, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

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