115 5th Avenue
WHO WE ARE
All Out is a global movement for love and equality. Our mission is to build a world where no person will have to sacrifice family or freedom, safety or dignity, because of who they are or who they love.
By mobilising people around the world at key moments of crisis and opportunity, we are bringing people power to the movement for equality at an unprecedented rate. We use creative campaigning tactics – both online and offline – to capture global attention around the fight for the rights of LGBT+ people.
WHO WE ARE HIRING
All Out is seeking a Creative & Design Intern to support our team. We are looking for a passionate and talented individual who will work closely with our Creative & Design Manager, as well as the rest of our Campaigns Team, to develop visuals and creative products to support our campaigns around the world.
This is an exciting opportunity to develop and apply design and creative skills in online campaigning, working within an international team and learning about the global LGBT+ movement.
This is an unpaid position, and can be based anywhere in the Americas, Africa, or Europe.
This is an amazing opportunity to learn first-hand how a nimble campaigning organisation communicates and engages a wide membership through online platforms.
The intern will learn:
- How to conceptualise and design visuals to support rapid-response, multilingual campaigns for LGBT+ rights;
- How to ensure creative products are well executed and on schedule;
- How to maintain branding consistency across platforms and materials;
- How to wage campaigns online, including social media advocacy, mass e-mail writing, and other transferable marketing skills;
- How to work in a global, fast-paced, tech-focused environment.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
- Has experience working with Adobe Creative Suite (particularly Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator) – bonus points for knowledge of video editing principles;
- Is fluent in written and spoken English – bonus points for French, German, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish fluency;
- Has a demonstrated commitment to LGBT+ rights;
- Is thorough and detail-driven;
- Can think creatively about our work;
- Has the ability to initiate and follow through on projects.
Interns are eligible for academic credit.
We are looking for someone who can commit at least 12-20 hours a week, for at least 3 months. The estimated start date is 2 July 2018.
We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other. We strongly encourage applications from people of colour, trans people, and gender nonconforming people.
4 June 2018
How To Apply
Please apply on the website.