Job Description: Graphic Design Intern
Founded in 2006, the San Francisco-based 501(c)3 nonprofit project The Bay Bridged has become recognized nationwide as the leading source for San Francisco Bay Area independent music through our award-winning music blog and podcast series, as well as a series of acclaimed music festival events.
Under the direction of the Content Director, the Graphic Design Intern will help design imagery for Bay Bridged content on our website including features, op-eds, columns, recurring posts, show flyers, and more.
We're seeking an undergraduate student — preferably for college credit — who is excited about the Bay Area music scene, in addition to possessing creative design skills. Applicants should be located in the Bay Area, as some time in The Bay Bridged’s San Francisco office will be required.
What You Will Do:
- Develop a unified aesthetic for The Bay Bridged website
- Create designs for a variety of articles and content on the website with the freedom to use your own creativity
- Create show posters, ad imagery, newsletter design, and internal logos
- Provide creative feedback on future content, website design, and artistic direction
- Have your designs viewed by thousands of people every month
- Expand your portfolio
- Be a part of a 30-person volunteer team dedicated to promoting San Francisco Bay Area arts, music, and culture.
- Interest in / knowledge of the Bay Area music scene
- Graphic Design and Art majors highly encouraged to apply
- Proficient in Photoshop / Illustrator
- Bonus points for WordPress experience
- This internship will run from mid-February to July of 2017.
Hours: 10-15 hours/week. Unpaid. Graphic Design interns will have the option of working remotely or from the Bay Bridged office in San Francisco.
The Bay Bridged is an equal opportunity employer. Please email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with design samples or portfolio links. Applications are being accepted and interviews are ongoing until the position is filled. No phone calls please.