School of Art, Media, and Technology

MESH Seeks Graphic Design Intern for Fall Semester

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Job Description 

MESH is seeking a creative and skilled graphic design intern for the fall semester in our NYC office. The intern will work closely with the creative director, designer, and developers to design and produce work for our small business and non-profit clients. This is a part-time position, with compensation dependent on experience. We expect a time commitment of at least 12 hours a week.


The intern will have the opportunity to contribute to design work, both print and digital based in a small studio setting. Other tasks will include print and web production work, designing client presentations, creating wireframes and comps for web, and working within brand guidelines


We are looking for a candidate with a strong sense of typography, layout, and color. We want to work with someone who is as passionate about working with people, positive, and high energy as we are. Organization and ability to communicate with creative director, designer, and developers are key. The candidate must have a command of the latest Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator softwares as well as a working knowledge of HTML and CSS. It is important to us that the right person has the ability to think in visual systems and an interest in expanding this skill. Willing to bring your own computer is a plus.

Please send resume, work samples via personal website or PDF, and cover letter to Please tell us a little about yourself, how you would contribute to the culture at MESH, and what you would like to learn from an internship with us.

MESH | Design and Development is a communication design studio dedicated to informed, effective, modern design. We develop visual identities through design, web development, photography, and copywriting. In each, we value high quality craftsmanship, smart solutions, and clear communication to target audiences. We work to simplify complex ideas and messages through clean, thoughtful typography and imagery that speaks to the visual identity we are working with.

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