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Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Become a graphic design intern at Schermer and find out if you just wasted the past four years. Or not.

About you:
Schermer is searching for a graphic design intern to work — actually work — with our professional staff in downtown Minneapolis. Here’s what we want: A recent graduate in graphic design, or a student currently pursuing a graphic design degree. Bonus points if you have experience designing for the web and mobile, plus information architecture and copywriting skills.

As part of the Schermer team, you must be energetic and passionate about your projects and working with others. You draw people into your ideas and make them feel like they own them together. You’re proud of your work, but clear-eyed that you’re doing it for clients and their customers. You’re flexible. Not cynical. Not about the portfolio. Your goal is to be great in every way possible.

On the job, you’ll work closely with our VP Creative Director and creative team on actual client projects; from print ads to web sites, banner ads to video, and every design detail in between. Expect hard work that teaches along the way. You’ll gain memorable experiences and real-world work to showcase. 

About us:
Schermer is one of the best business-to-business agencies in the country. We’re an integrated branding, marcom and interactive practice that drives brand demand for B2B companies, brands and channels. You’ll not only work on great creative projects, you’ll see the strategic work behind them.
We’re a growing agency dedicated to excellent work for clients such as Best Buy for Business, Wells Fargo, Teradata and Datacard. And we’ve got rankings to prove it: BtoB Magazine Top 100 Agency and Top Interactive Agency for the past four years; Inc. magazine Top 5000 list and Advertising Age Top 1000 agencies the past two years.
Critical details:
Three-to-six month internship with opportunity for extension.
Full- or part-time work commitment, depending on the applicant.
And yes, this is a paid internship.

Interested? Do this:
Send us a digital résumé and cover letter persuading us that you’re the right designer for this internship. We’ll review your submission and, if you show promise, invite you to the Schermer office to present your work.

No Calls. Email with “Design Internship” in the subject line.