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Spring Graphic Designer Internship

Start date: 02/19/2024Duration: 11 Weeks
Unpaid Internship15 - 30 hrs/wk

4 months ago


Lil’ Iguana’s Children’s Safety Foundation is looking for a passionate artist to assist as our online resource platform expands. The internship schedule is between 15 to 20 hours a week and can be flexible based upon Lil’ Iguana events. This internship is seeking those looking for college credits. We are excited to teach you our mission and more about graphic art.

The Graphic Designer in our Nashua, NH office will be responsible for helping modernize our 25 year old non-profit organization and preparing us for the release of our new product line as well as new music. We are putting a large focus on developing our audience on social media and would like you to assist in these efforts as well. A successful candidate will be able to work independently on all projects after instruction.

This is a great opportunity to develop your communication skills with a small team dedicated to the safety and well-being of children. We will offer hands-on learning in order to develop important skills applicable to future communications.

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Required graduation year

2020 - 2028

Number of positions available



  • Must be receiving course credit, this is an unpaid internship
  • Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator & Adobe InDesign
  • Work with Executive Director and team to design new storybooks
  • Brainstorm ideas for social media platforms
  • Effectively communicate Lil’ Iguana’s mission accurately and consistently
  • Create other media assets as needed
  • Help with other tasks as needed

About Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety Foundation

The Lil’ Iguana’s Children’s Safety Foundation is a New Hampshire based 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation that provides in-person and virtual programming, teaching guides and worksheets, educational music and interactive products to teach over 20 safety and well-being lessons to save kids from abuse, neglect, and serious accidental injuries while instilling self-worth, respect, and manners. Lil’ Iguana’s music based educational programs are presented in elementary schools, child care facilities, and community events throughout the US and feature lessons like Buckle-Up, Street Smarts, Get Permission, Who’s a Stranger, and Run, Run, Run, Yell & Tell! Lil’ Iguana’s programming has been credited with saving countless children, with the youngest child being just age three. Lil’ Iguana’s programs focus on proactive teaching for children ages 2-10. Learn more about our online resources, television show, and so much more:
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Skills you'll need for this internship

    graphic design
    adobe illustrator
    adobe indesign
    graphic arts


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What happens after you send in your application?

Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety Foundation has not provided an expected interview date. If Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety Foundation chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.

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Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Nashua, NH | $3,913/mo

  • Housing/Rent$1,860

  • Miscellaneous$985

  • Food$451

  • Utilities$343

  • Transportation$274


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