Orlando Magazine is looking an graphic design intern for the Spring semester. This is a PAID position with a flexible schedule (minimum of 5-12 hours per week). The internship position is open to students currently enrolled in a college-credit program OR students who have graduated within the last 12 months.
NOTE: In order to receive college credit you must currently be registered for Spring 2014 Internship, and have already met previous requirements and registration.
–2 or 4-year degree in related graphic design field OR currently enrolled in a college-credit course for internship
–Proficient Adobe users, especially Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. Some light Illustrator may also be required.
–Experienced Mac user
–Comfortable with using layers masks, clipping paths and photo editing techniques
–Knowledgeable in preparing files for print
–Possess strong typography skills and keen understanding of typographic principles
–Very organized with a great eye for detail
–Able to meet deadlines and prioritize tasks
–Motivated, team player with a strong work ethic, who does not need their hand held (and a good sense of humor doesn’t hurt either)
**Though not required, photography and video editing skills are a plus, as students with these skills will be able to help more in depth with our photo shoots and behind the scenes videos.
–Assisting the Art Department in the concepting, layout and creation of pages for Orlando Magazine
–Editing photos and preparing files for print
–Working with the Sales Department in the creation of ads, and sales flyers
-Collaborate with the Marketing Department on event materials and in-house promotions
–Assisting the Photographer and Art Department on various photo shoots
–Uploading content to the website via our content management system (very light coding involved)
–Participating in weekly meetings
If interested, email your resume and a PDF portfolio showcasing 8 of your best works (especially work showcasing your ability to control type) to: email@example.com
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