Graphic Design Intern

Academic Credits


Hours per week

minimum of 20 hours per week



Application Deadline


Start Date


End Date



19 Fulton Street
Suite 407
New York
United States


The National Coalition Against Censorship's (NCAC) mission is to promote freedom of thought, inquiry and expression and oppose censorship in all its forms.

For over 40 years, as an alliance of more than 50 national non-profits, including literary, artistic, religious, educational, professional, labor, and civil liberties groups, we have engaged in direct advocacy and education to support First Amendment principles.


NCAC is looking for a graphic design intern to create images for NCAC print and online educational resources and other projects, as well as develop layout for publications.


The ideal candidate should be a college student and have experience working with programs Adobe Creative Suite and other software to create compelling designs and illustrations. Candidates familiar with audio/video-editing software are encouraged to apply.


This a perfect opportunity for a college student looking to build up their graphic design resume and acquire hands-on experience in the daily work of a national non-profit. The intern can expect to learn from and contribute to the production of our various projects, including our Kids’ Right to Read and Arts Advocacy initiatives.


The intern will work a minimum of 10 hours per week during the academic year, 40 hours per week during summer months. All internships are unpaid and eligible for credit.


Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Creating illustrations, logos and other visual elements for NCAC's various projects, including our annual film contest and toolkits.
  • Creating banner images for the front page of NCAC's website to promote our work.
  • Assisting with the social media strategy to provide images and video for visual storytelling on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

How To Apply

We ask that applicants provide a resume, cover letter and short writing sample no more than 1000 words.