We are no longer accepting applications for this position. If you would like to be considered for future graphic design opportunities with Student Transitions & Family Programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Transitions & Family Programs is hiring Student Graphic Designers. Learn more about the position and how to apply below.
1: View examples of products created by Student Transitions & Family Programs student graphic designers
Our team of graphic designers work on a wide range of projects including:
- Magazines, guidebooks, and other informational materials for print or digital use
- This spring 2020 sticker was part of a series of illustrated stickers for each season depicting spots on campus.
- Postcards have been created in the past, like this example welcoming new students to the WUSA League.
- Designers created this t-shirt design for parents, families, and students to commemorate Parent and Family Weekend 2021.
- And much more!
2: Submit application, resume, and portfolio
- We are no longer accepting applications for this position. If you would like to be considered for future graphic design opportunities with Student Transitions & Family Programs, please email email@example.com.
3: Sign up for an interview with the Student Transitions & Family Programs Professional Staff
- We will reach out to schedule an interview with you.
- Please come prepared to talk about your application, answer behavior based questions about your experiences, and your portfolio.
- If you need accommodations in either the application process or the interview process please contact the Student Transitions & Family Programs Graduate Fellow, Abby Schilly.
4: After the interview:
- Student Transitions & Family Programs may reach out for reference checks after the interview.
- Student Transitions & Family Programs will conduct academic standing checks which includes reviewing both semester and cumulative GPA. We may additionally call four-year advisers regarding status.
- All Student Graphic Designer Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, or holders of an F-1 or J-1 visa. If you do not meet the listed conditions, please contact the Office of International Students and Scholars before applying to ensure that you are permitted to work in the United States.
- Lastly, due to their status as mandatory reporters as a result of employment, Student Transitions & Family Programs refers to the Gender Equity and Title IX Compliance Office for instances of individuals who may not be able to serve as mandatory reporters.