Friday, December 13, 2013
Posted by Skye at 2:44 PM
Friday, October 18, 2013
Helix Architecture + Design is looking for an intern. They need someone to work directly with the marketing coordinator in proposal development, professional communications, public relations, and implementation of overall marketing plan.
The successful candidate will have, or be working towards, a bachelor's degree in graphic design, marketing, communications or a related field. Experience in verbal and visual communication is essential, in addition to proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft office. Responsibility, organization and a collaborative nature will be highly valued.
Click here for more info.
Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration.
Posted by Skye at 10:37 AM
Heartland Partners in Caring is a charity run by realty company Keller Williams and their website needs a complete overhaul. This could be established as an internship for next semester (for credit!) or could be done on a pro bono basis.
See the website that needs a facelift.
For more information, contact Robin Marks at email@example.com or call 913-558-9409.
Posted by Skye at 10:03 AM
Thursday, September 19, 2013
MU Extension is an academic division of the University of Missouri, integrated with various schools and colleges at all four campuses of the University of Missouri and Lincoln University. The primary purpose of this position is to provide timely original graphic arts design and layout services that support MU Extensions publication and web projects.
Project content will range from promotional to educational and will require design proficiency in a variety of formats such as web pages, guidebooks and academic publications, as well as marketing materials such as brochures, flyers, displays and branded collateral.
-Design layouts for print publications such as newsletters, brochures, academic books and specialty materials.
-Design layouts for web page concepts.
-Design graphic elements and illustrations for use in special projects.
-Design logo treatments and visual identification elements for programs.
-Design original templates for use by field faculty and staff (letterhead, Publisher PowerPoint, web pages.)
-Create original work through digital photographic arts and digital photo manipulation.
Click here to learn more information about the position and to apply.
Posted by Skye at 3:33 PM
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Internationally recognized Washington DC-based branding firm, Beveridge Seay, is seeking a graphic design intern for Kansas City office.
As an intern you will be responsible for supporting senior staff in design and project execution in a predominately print environment. Applicants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, ex
Please note that a dedicated workspace with 27 inch thunderbolt display will be provided, but intern must provide own laptop with current software.
Posted by Skye at 2:46 PM
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
TwoSmiles by HP (Hewlett-Packard) is hosting a design contest for students to win cash prizes totaling $10,000 for computers, art supplies, books and other school expenses! It’s a perfect way for design students to apply their classroom knowledge to a real world situation where 20 finalists will have their designs featured on our website. TwoSmiles is an HP product that combines a greeting and gift card in one that you can print at home.
To enter, students should submit artwork as a 5”x5” greeting card. The deadline to enter is October 3rd. All details for card specifications, judging criteria, contest info/rules and more can be found at http://www.twosmiles.com/challenge
TwoSmiles is looking for competitive entries that are both creative and marketable, reflecting the skills required of design professionals.
Posted by Skye at 2:27 PM
Monday, August 26, 2013
The Kansas City Symphony is looking for interns in their marketing department. Interns will work 10-15 hours/week and assist in managing different aspects of marketing and customer service, including print ads, website, phone apps, graphic design, email marketing, social media, direct mail and fulfillment.
Interns must have knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and familiarity with social media and content management systems. Must be detail oriented and excellent with organizational and communication skills. Multimedia skills a plus, including audio and video editing.
To apply for this internship, please send a resume and cover letter to Barbara Tate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Skye at 3:11 PM
POSITION: Part-time Spring/Summer Intern for FOOT TRAFFIC, an
international fashion legwear design and wholesale company. They are growing and need the keen skills of someone from the fashion community that understands branding, website support, social media, and has a strong graphic design sensibility.
The job may vary day to day but the primary responsibilities will include:
Photographing the product to upgrade the catalog and website product shots
Inputing data to support the changing model line and content updates
Ability to use FT’s existing fashion photography to create compeling siders and email visuals for the website. Must be proficient in Photoshop, INdesign, and Illustrator. Good typography and layout skills important.
Blog post formatting, design and implementiation. To include graphic layouts, link-sourcing,etc. Must have Wordpress experience and working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite.
Must have working knowledge of our social media such as Facebook,Twitter, and Pinterest.
Reliable and professional- trustworthy, on time and able to handle a flexible schedule. Able to work closely with FT team on projects as needed.
Design oriented-Passion for fashion, branding, and social media.
Technology Savvy- Able to understand website functions as it relates to
For more information, contact Rishad Gandhi.
Posted by Skye at 2:54 PM
Seeking: a highly creative, detail-oriented and talented junior or senior year student majoring in graphic design to get hands-on experience in creating real-time deliverables and concepts for university credit.
General Purpose: Provide production support to the Museum designer in producing print and Internet-based materials. Assist in creative development and concepts. Maintain the Museum brand across all materials.
This is an opportunity to understand the role that graphic design plays in a Museum and professional environment, to see what it takes to concept, design, and layout pieces from beginning to end in a practical environment, and to see how the creative department works with Marketing, Development, Education, Curatorial, Retail, and Executive departments to complete a job.
A key project will be capturing high-quality images and creating persuasive website copy for new products on the Museum's e-commerce site.
Requirements for Consideration: Portfolio of work and personal design statement. A good eye for high-end design and style. Ability to create, manipulate, and execute photographs and descriptions for online Museum Store products. Team player in a fast-paced setting. Passion for learning and graphic design. Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing. Ability to consistently complete tasks and meet deadlines. Must be current on design production software with preferences to Adobe Creative Suite 5.
For more information, contact Curator of Education Lara Vogt at email@example.com or talk to Rishad Gandhi.
Posted by Skye at 2:35 PM
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Do you want to work at the World Headquarters of Awesome? They have some big things happening and are looking for a talented and fun person to help them create awesome feats of design. This is real experience with real clients. REACTOR is located in the heart of the Crossroads district in Kansas City. They are a graphic design and brand strategy powerhouse, delivering the world's most effective 4D Growth Solutions.
- Currently pursuing a degree in graphic design with at least three years of coursework completed (They're only looking for students who are currently Seniors seeking a BFA in graphic design.) They could be persuaded to take a Junior, if they were a true rockstar.
- Ability to design across all print mediums, some web experience a plus
- Must love tacos and have a brilliant personality
- Illustration capabilities a major plus, but not required.
The part-time internship starts immediately and will be for Fall 2013 with an option to continue into the Spring 2014 semester. This is a paid internship. To apply, please send a resume, general statement of awesomeness and samples (or website) of your work.
/// Intern Contact Information: iWantToWork@WorldHeadquartersOfAwesome.com or (816) 841.3682
Posted by Skye at 1:54 PM
Monday, August 19, 2013
Sporting Kansas City is seeking a design intern to join their creative team for the fall semester (September–December). The ideal individual is a self-motivated, enthusiastic design student ready to create materials in support of marketing efforts for both Sporting KC and Sporting Innovations.
The candidate will work between 10-12 hours per week. Scheduling is flexible and will adapt to fit student’s availability during the Monday through Friday work week.
This internship is for class credit only, and is not paid.
Click here for more info and to submit your application!
Posted by Skye at 3:00 PM
The American Friends Service Committee Peace Internship has an opportunity for students who might be interested in this unique opportunity to gain experience working for peace and nonviolent social change.
This is a paid, part-time internship requiring 8-10 hours a week which will take place during the 2013-14 school year.
The Peace Interns will conduct peace and justice activities designed to engage high school-aged youth in several peacemaking projects and provide program support to Kansas City American Friends Service Committee peace education and social action work.
The application deadline is September 10, 2013.
Information about the internships and application process can also be found online at http://afsc.org/story/apply-be-2013-14-kc-peace-intern
Posted by Skye at 2:39 PM
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Posted by Kidwell at 63-11 at 11:35 AM
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Pipeline is looking for interns interested in all aspects of running a business oriented non profit. These persons will gain experience in preparing professional communications, working on events, project management and the like. However, we are a "team" at Pipeline so everyone during the summer will pitch in on organizational functions for the office - as well as getting to meet the most fascinating entrepreneurs in the Midwest at an event or two.
We run at a fast pace and are in search for interns who want to join in and manage projects responsibly and efficiently. All interns must be available for weekly meetings on Tuesdays. All internships provide excellent experience for students and Pipeline is happy to write recommendation letters upon completion of a successful internship.
Show us what you are passionate about and help us empower entrepreneurs who are powering the Midwest economy.
To apply please send your resume and sample work to Nora Freyman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graphics/ Communication Intern (June 2013- February 24, 2014)
2 days a week until December, then 3-4 days a week in December and January
Paid Internship- $10/ hr
· Update website
· Create eblasts
· Create graphics, posters, letterheard for IOTY
· Create graphics, posters, postcards for application season and events
· Create IOTY daytime program
· Create IOTY sponsorship pack
· Create Module booklets if needed
Posted by tylergalloway at 11:35 AM
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
T2 Studios motion design apprenticeship deadline has been extended to 11:59 PM June 24, 2013. Join us in Kansas City this summer for doughnuts, beer, and a chance to do great work alongside T2’s collaborative motion design team. We are searching for amazing artists who can think conceptually and breakthrough with innovative design. Bring at least junior level technical expertise and senior level passion.
Posted by Marty Maxwell Lane at 11:54 AM
Monday, June 3, 2013
prairie village-based netchemia is seeking a full-time digital designer and a user experience designer.
netchemia is a rapidly growing, award winning provider of cloud-based software for over 1000 K-12 school districts across the country. they believe that if they provide schools with intuitive software to recruit, hire and develop the best teachers and school leadership, they can dramatically affect student achievement and education.
view the digital designer position here.
view the user experience design position here.
apply online for both positions.
Posted by tylergalloway at 8:42 PM
fencepost productions, a men's sportswear company, is seeking a recent grad to add to its team. interested designers should email a letter of interest and resume to Doug Marchisello: Doug.Marchisello [at] fencepostproductions.com
visit their website here for info on the company.
Posted by tylergalloway at 8:34 PM
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
BikeWalkKC/Kansas City B-cycle is looking for two part time design interns with a strong understanding of design for social change. Designers will report to the Director of Marketing and Communications and will be an integral part of a growing team focused on user design and development.
BWKC and B-cycle designers must be skilled at bringing projects to life, from concept to post-launch support. Designers can expect to be out doing field work: riding bicycles and using B-cycle to proof their design and user experience.
This process includes everything from conceptual sketches that support specific use-cases to visual design explorations that translate into product.
Candidates must first be a strong designer, but they should also be thoughtful, respectful, and have people-first approaches to strategy, interaction, and visual design.
Candidates must be adept with latest relevant tools including Adobe Creative Suite. They must have the ability to communicate about design strategy and must work within technical and practical constraints without sacrificing creative vision. They must be highly creative while sticking to our sponsors and BWKC/B-cycles brand guidelines.
· B-cycle safety Videos
· Cycle safety cartoon
· Branding for new bike ride
· Photo essay of b-cycle bikes
· Photo essay of types of bikers
· Design of BikeWalkKC specific apparel
· Full wrap/brand of B-cycle bikes
· Ads for local magazines
Please send resume and work samples to email@example.com
Posted by Skye at 1:30 PM
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Dimensional Innovations (DI) is a group of Designers, Makers and Innovators working together to create world-class experiences, places, and products. This includes custom, branding, and interactive solutions for our clients.
DI is looking to add a graphic designer or architect to our already talented design team. The ideal candidate has a highly developed skill of designing creative and specialized branding and graphic design elements, and the ability to render those ideas into a 3D space. 3D Studio, Rhino and/or hand rendering techniques are all of interest. This new position will likely work on cinemas, sports venues, museums, hall of fames, healthcare facilities, restaurants, retail and many more diverse market segments.
Please email your resume and cover letter, including your salary history/requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at www.dimin.com to find out who we are and what we do! No phone calls please.
Dimensional Innovations is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted by Skye at 9:23 AM
Monday, April 22, 2013
- Minimum 3.2 grade point average
- Impeccable attention to detail
- Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
- Proven time-management skills
- Dependability, flexibility and creativity
- Problem solver
- Advanced skills in Adobe Suite (CS5): InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator
- Self motivated
- Exceptional planning, organization and project management skills, with a proven track record of multi-tasking and meeting multiple deadlines
- Team player who likes collaborating with others
- Outstanding follow through on tasks
Posted by Skye at 1:51 PM
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Posted by Skye at 1:44 PM
Friday, April 5, 2013
Posted by Skye at 12:46 PM
The City of Lenexa is a dynamic and progressive city that is accepting applications for an unpaid, summer internship within the Communications Team. The outstanding candidate selected for this internship will have the opportunity to see what it’s like to work in a team environment as part of Lenexa’s in-house integrated marketing department. Here, they will learn real world experience, flex creative muscle, show collaborative skills and build a portfolio of work they will be proud to show future employers.
To learn more and apply, click here.
Posted by Skye at 12:42 PM
Posted by Skye at 12:33 PM
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Nelson-Atkins Museum is looking for 5-7 individuals to participate in a 4 day lab event that is both collaborative and highly interactive.
Selected lab residents will collaborate with Museum staff and visitors to produce a short (3-6 minute) video exploring a museum collection object, The Officer's Sword. While working in the Nelson-Atkins Creative Café, lab residents will explore innovative ways of interacting with the community and telling new stories with art objects.
Those working in any discipline are eligible to apply. We welcome individuals with a special interest in community engagement and arts investigation. Pre-established collaborations/groups are welcome to apply.
Learn more about the Flash Residency
Posted by Skye at 1:32 PM
Monday, March 25, 2013
Sporting Innovations is starting a a summer internship program and are looking for a design intern to join KCAI Graphic Design alum Luke Babb and the other designer on their team. The main focus will be UI/UX design for mobile (iOS and Android) and web platforms. The intern will also have the chance to learn the agile development process...getting a feel for where the designer falls in the process, learning best practices, etc.
Feel free to email Luke at email@example.com
Click here, learn more
Posted by Skye at 2:21 PM
TIVOL, a 103-year-old, family owned fine jewelry retailer, is seeking an
entry level Production Assistant to support the Marketing Department in
its daily activities and promotional efforts. This position reports to the
Director of Marketing.
The Production Assistant -- under close guidance and supervision of the
Marketing Director -- will be responsible for creating window clings;
print materials such as postcards, brochures, billboards, miscellaneous
signage, advertising for newspapers and magazines as well as high-end
invitations; digital media such as banner ads for TIVOL.com and ads for
partner websites; e-blasts; and assisting in the creation and editing of
business-related videos as required. Twice per year, the Marketing
Department produces a high-end publication titled TIVOL Magazine. This
position will be responsible for the layout and design of its local
editorial pages, as well as assisting in the selling of local ads.
Graphic design is only half of the story, however. This role will also
assist in the coordination of the numerous special events held both
off-site and at TIVOL throughout the calendar year. Organization is key.
Responsibilities will include the hiring of caterers and providing
assistance in menu planning, hiring DJs and overseeing other detailed
event logistics. Attending these events, which are often held on evenings
and weekends, is necessary and mandatory. In addition, this position will
track and process donations to charitable organizations and related
special events that benefit the community.
Other duties include but are not limited to helping maintain TIVOL's
Intranet content, as well as maintaining inventory on TIVOL.com
The Marketing Department at TIVOL produces all of its communications
internally, so it is essential that the Production Assistant comes to work
every day with a willingness to work on a variety of projects, both small
and large. The desire to collaborate, exchange ideas in a team environment
and to welcome positive criticism is an absolute must. Keeping print and
digital files carefully organized is also important, as well as
maintaining a tidy workspace.
Graphic Design: 40%
Event Coordination: 40%
Miscellaneous Projects: 20%
- An Associate's Degree in Graphic Design, Marketing, Communications
and/or Event Planning (a BA or BS is preferred)
- Demonstrated artistic ability
- Strong knowledge of Adobe CS 5.5
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- A comfort level working in both PC and Mac environments
- Ability to work in fast-paced work environment
- Ability to be a self-starter who can manage deadlines and workflow
- Strong organizational skills
- Willingness to be a flexible and positive team member
- Knowledge of Adobe Flash, HTML 5 and content management systems is ideal
but not essential
Candidates should submit a resume as well as a portfolio of design work
that includes at least 10 samples.
Contact Adam Gebhardt, Director of Marketing at Adamg@tivol.com
Posted by Skye at 2:11 PM