Graphic Design Intern

Project On Government OversightWashington, DC
Unpaid Internship

7 months ago


Job Title

Intern - Creative Team

Job Location

Remote (United States)

Job Overview

POGO's Creative Team is seeking an intern interested in learning how visual storytelling can be a powerful tool in investigating and exposing waste, corruption, and abuse of power within the government. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to develop design skills, gain hands-on experience with editorial work, and collaborate with the creative team.


$17 per hour


  • Collaborate with the creative team and stakeholders on print and digital products, including editorial illustrations, share graphics, infographics, and direct mail
  • Develop compelling visuals for digital and print projects
  • Design concepts with justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in mind
  • Assist with asset research
  • Perform other relevant tasks, duties, or special projects as required


  • Current student
  • Interest in good government and commitment to non-partisanship
  • Creative problem-solving skills and a collaborative spirit
  • Ability to receive and respond to critical direction
  • Portfolio demonstrating aesthetic quality, visual fundamentals, and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong communication skills and empathy in all aspects of communication
  • Access to a computer with Adobe Creative Cloud capabilities and reliable internet and phone connections during work hours
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Availability during POGO's core working hours in the Eastern Time Zone

We're excited for you to apply!

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