Graphic Design Intern

This is an exciting, creative intern opportunity to show your stuff, an opportunity to make important contacts and add to your resume and grow your book. This assignment involves a public service organization. The chosen candidate’s work will be seen by thousands.

Portland is divided into 94 Neighborhood Associations which the city government recognizes as channels through which residents, students, and business people can voice their concerns about city matters and can take action to improve livability of their neighborhoods. Developers are required to notify neighborhood associations of planned construction in their neighborhood area.

The Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA) covers the area west of the Willamette, south of Burnside, and east & north of 405……..a huge area with ~ 15,000 residents. The DNA elected a new board in March 2019, a board that is updating its communications……this is where the Graphic Design internship comes in.

The DNA’s messages are being created, and will be presented in an imaginative and original style. The DNA’s on-line and hard-copy communications message will be new, fresh, visually interesting, and coordinated.

To Apply:

Interested candidates are asked to contact Walt Weyler at 503-490-3907 or walter_weyler@sequenceusa.com