Fall 2022 VID Internship Application
Apply here to be part of Visual Information Design's (VID) sixth semester!

Don't have extensive design experience? Don't worry! We will provide mandatory training for all interns throughout the semester.

Please contact Sarah Costley (sstilli@clemson.edu) with any questions.
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How to Apply
1. Complete this online application
2. Email the following to sstilli@clemson.edu
        1. Work sample (design work, artwork, graphic, infographic, presentation, or poster)
        2. Design explanation (discuss your design choices, including audience and purpose)
        3. Resume
Internship Description
As an intern, you will be expected to work one-on-one with undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking assistance in the development of their visual presentations. Interns and students will focus on the ways in which language, visuals, and aesthetics can work together to create arguments and focus audience attention. You will also consider the use of color, layout, text, and graphics in visual presentations. Furthermore, interns will inform students about various platforms for presentation, with a focus on how to decide which platform is the most effective for their given presentation.

When not holding consultations, interns complete design projects like infographics, layouts, flyers, and marketing materials for the Pearce Center and attend meetings with VID leaders and interns twice a week to discuss projects and receive training.

You will be expected to work 12-15 hours each week, 160 hours total over the semester. Per UPIC's student salary rates, you will be paid $10 - $12 per hour.
Apply below!
First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Major *
Please describe your design process. *
What software/programs are you comfortable using? *
Please describe any tutoring experience you have. *
When not completing consultations, what kind of projects would you be interested in completing? What projects/genres would like experience in? *
I understand that I must be available for training and meetings on Tuesday and Thursday throughout the semester from 1 to 2:15 pm. *
This time is subject to change according to our interns' availability.
I understand that, per UPIC's requirements, I will be expected to work 160 hours this semester (12-15 hours each week). *
I understand that, in addition to completing this form, I must email a work sample, explanation, and resume to sstilli@clemson.edu for my application to be considered. *
Thank you for your application!
The Pearce Center for Professional Communication will be in contact later in the semester. Interviews for selected candidates will be held on a rolling basis.

Please contact Sarah Costley (sstilli@clemson.edu) with any questions.
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