Student Transitions & Family Programs employs a team of Student Graphic Designers. Learn more about the position below. Applications are currently closed.
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
- The 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
- Applications are now closed.
- NOTE: It has come to our attention that Apple Computer and Mac users may have difficulty uploading PDFs or attachments. If you are having difficulty attaching your cover letter or resume, please submit your application and then email email@example.com with your PDFs and we will manually attach them.
- If you have any questions, please email Student Transitions & Family Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
- STFP will conduct academic standing checks which includes reviewing both semester and cumulative GPA. Applicants must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and semester GPA of 3.0 or higher during semesters employed. We may additionally call four-year advisers regarding status. This includes reviewing educational records including institutional data, demographic information, courses, unofficial transcripts, and grades, and GPA.
- Additionally, the Student Transitions & Family Programs refers to Conduct and Community Standards regarding student conduct standing. For more information regarding what this check entails, please refer to the Good Conduct Standing Addendum.
- 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.