Graphic Design Intern - St. Louis Blues (Saint Louis · MO)

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The St. Louis Blues, Enterprise Center, and Stifel Theatre are looking for a skilled creative to intern in the fast-paced world of sports and entertainment. Internship can be done remotely and/or in-person.

Career Benefits:
  • Firsthand experience in your field
  • Gain a better understanding of core design programs 
  • College Credit (if applicable)
  • Exposure of having your work used in the real-world

What You’ll Do:
  • Design a variety of pieces including but not limited to signage, shirts, booklets, flyers, posters, pucks, etc.
  • Be responsible for updating on-going creative pieces for reoccurring events
  • Work as part of the design/digital team across the three brands

Who We’re Looking For:
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to follow directions and ask questions
  • A true professional with the ability to work with various VIPs and maintain confidentiality when necessary
  • Take critique positively and improve creative based on critique
  • Be able to work independently
  • Someone always wanting to better themselves

Requirements:
  • Currently enrolled in college, actively pursuing a degree in Graphic Design or related field
  • Basic understanding of the printing and web design processes
  • Strong layout design skills
  • Knowledge of primarily Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
  • Have access to the internet and a computer
  • Internship can be done remotely and/or in-person
  
CANDIDATES MUST BE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN COLLEGE TO BE ELIGIBLE. 
ONLY CANDIDATES SUBMITTING A DESIGN PORTFOLIO WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Please submit a pdf portfolio or provide a link to a website if you have an online digital portfolio. Individual projects preferred. Please keep group projects to a minimum.
 

Job Questions:

  1. Please provide a link to your online portfolio.

  2. Are you currently enrolled in college?

  3. Do you understand that this is an unpaid internship?

  4. Are you able to work remotely with access to a computer and internet?