Graphic Design Interns

UnclassifiedWashington, DC

3 months ago


Job Title

Graphic Design Internship

Job Location

Georgetown University

Job Overview

Georgetown University's Health Education Services is seeking a creative and outgoing graphic design intern. This remote position offers an excellent opportunity to master your skills and gain solid work experience. Your designs, including newsletters, posters, brochures, and infographics, will be seen by over 7000 undergraduate students.


  • $18-$22/hour


  • Design routine and complex projects such as newsletters, infographics, logos, presentation visuals, illustrations, brochures, booklets, posters/flyers, and digital collateral including social media content and images for digital newsletters
  • Produce clean and artful designs, aligning with Health Education Services and the university's standards and brand guidelines
  • Collaborate with staff and students, ensuring design products appeal to the student population
  • Manage production timeline for all design projects; work with printers to ensure product quality and on-time delivery


  • Undergraduate or graduate student studying graphic design, media arts, or a related field
  • Experience (whether inside or outside the classroom) designing print and online materials
  • Ability to create designs that appeal to the college population
  • Attention to detail is essential
  • Flexible team player willing to work with health professionals and students
  • Self-starter who is highly creative and innovative
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines (sometimes time turnaround times)
  • Technical Skills: Strong skills in Adobe Suite, Microsoft Office, and Canva

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