Our graphic design candidates are handed international opportunities and responsibilities that shine on a resume. Creation of web pages and promotional materials such as catalogs, brochures, logos, info CD’s, special promos, etc. The intern will be placed in companies that have, as their clients, other companies who need graphic design services or also in companies that have a graphic design department to design their own materials.
There’s a family-run printing company in Chile that loves our interns. There’s an International Events Management corporation in Madrid that always needs flyers, posters, cards, promotional items galore for everything from bridal showers to automotive shows.
Then there is the publicity firm in Uruguay, housed in the very cool Pocitos neighborhood, whose client is the city itself – they use our creative intern talent wisely and in many different ways. Intern for a printing company specializing in brochures, corrugated figures, product packaging, business cards, etc. It’s an actual printing facility and front offices are in downtown Montevideo. Want to work with special events? Work with a company that organizes conferences, fairs, and conventions. Create booths and stands all related with public relation materials for participating companies at fairs or conventions. This involves banner creations and graphic designs.
In Oaxaca, intern at an alternative university program focusing on education of community based social development and research groups. Developing, designing, and/or translating web pages and logos for low income NGO’s, local artisans, and small family businesses, within a network of Graphic Design Studios in Oaxaca City.
And to top it off, nearly every company in every sector needs daily social media content that requires a visual component; there are plenty of graphic design international internship placement opportunities. So graphic design interns, you have puh-lenty of options!