The 2019 My LA2050 Grants Challenge
$1 Million. 10 Winners. One Year to Shape LA.
The winners have been announced!
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Our mission at the Goldhirsh Foundation is to identify the brightest emerging talent and plug them into the tools to best support their success. We fund social innovation eﬀorts across these three areas: opportunity, sustainability, and activation and awareness, with a particular focus on Los Angeles. The internship program will similarly reflect our mission. We invest heavily in our bright, socially-motivated interns through a professional development program while also requiring interns to act as valuable and participatory assets on our team.
Internships are paid. Interns should be able to commit 15-25 hours per week total over the course of 3 days. The internship is a minimum 3 month commitment (longer is preferred), starting as soon as possible, with opportunity to extend.
The Design Intern will:
Create visual assets for the Goldhirsh Foundation and LA2050 website, newsletter, and social media accounts
Collaborate with team to support LA2050 campaigns with design solutions, including opportunity assist in creation of My LA2050 Grants Challenge campaign from start to finish
Participate in the production of a yearly report analyzing submissions to the My LA2050 Grants Challenge
Consult on web design for the My LA2050 platform
Craft and create logos, media assets, and brand refreshes for nonprofit and impact partners of the Goldhirsh Foundation
Assist with additional design tasks, as needed
We're looking for the following experience, attributes and style:
Understanding of the Goldhirsh Foundation and LA2050 brand and vision, along with a passion for Los Angeles
A student currently enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited university or community college
An organized individual who is able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and calmly
A flexible and enthusiastic approach to work
Humility and grace to work effectively with others in a collaborative workplace on tasks large and small
Ability to take initiative and produce self-directed work
Proficiency and speed in completing tasks and a high sense of urgency
Positive energy and sense of humor
An interest in social innovation, philanthropy, and how the two relate to Los Angeles
Experience working with brands to visually communicate and bring their vision to life
Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator
Comfort with basic social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
Web design skills a plus
Professional Development Program
Outside of regular oﬃce interaction, this will include:
Resume, cover letter, and interview consultation
Meetings regarding future professional goals
Please send resume, cover letter, references, portfolio (if you have it), and a design sample to: [email protected]
The sample should be a well-designed Instagram graphic promoting the 2019 My LA2050 Grants Challenge (please take a look at challenge.la2050.org or the @LA2050 Instagram page to reference branding and style). No caption needed.