Current university students and recent graduates interested in communication and graphic design are invited to apply for an internship in Rome, Italy. Interns will work with Erasmus Student Network Italy and help international students adjust to a new environment and educational standards. The deadline is on 16 January 2021.
Become a Graphic Intern at Erasmus
How to become a Graphic Intern at Erasmus? Erasmus Student Network Italy (ESN) is an organisation that provides the incoming international students with practical help in the first days of their exchange experience.
This support consists of orientation services, assistance in accommodation, providing information about university courses, and an overview of the academic system in Italy.
ESN Italy is searching for a motivated and dedicated intern interested in communication and graphic design. To apply for this position, candidates should consider applying for the Erasmus+ grant.
Main tasks and responsibilities include creating promotional materials, content creation, photography, graphic design, digital marketing, and event organisation.
ESN Italy will provide the intern with an office desk, a computer with an internet connection and the needed software, a printer, the monthly Rome travel card, and assistance in finding suitable accommodation in Rome.
Working hours can range from part-time to full-time commitment according to the agreement between ESN Italy and the trainee.
The duration of the internship can range from four months to 12 months.
The deadline is on 16 January 2021.
Candidates should demonstrate Italian skills on a minimum level of B1. Proficiency in Google Suite, Adobe Suite, and Canva is required. Former Erasmus experience is a plus.
Please attach your CV and the motivational letter in your application. ESN Italy is accepting the applications on a rolling basis. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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