DESIGN FOR CHANGE: INTERNSHIP COMPETITION
WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?
We are working with Project Everyone to partner them with one talented emerging designer. A competition to win a paid summer internship. You would be working directly with Project Everyone to promote the United Nation’s Global Goals through design and creating work with real impact.
It is super easy to apply!
WHAT ARE THE GLOBAL GOALS?
In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals (officially known as the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs). These goals have the power to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing the urgency of climate change.
WHO ARE PROJECT EVERYONE?
HOW DO I APPLY?
It’s easy, just 3 steps:
2. Use the hashtag #designforglobalgoals
3. The only criteria is that your post reflects mental health awareness and wellbeing. We’re open to anything in any medium & will consider projects you’ve created in the past or something completely new!
Am I eligible?
The competition is open to all emerging talent who are looking to enter or re-enter the creative industries.
When is the deadline?
Deadline is the 4th of May. Five submissions will be featured on the Global Goals Instagram page throughout Mental Health Awareness week (10th – 16th May). The winner of the Internship will be announced on the 16th.
When is the Internship?
The Internship will be three days a week throughout the month of July 2021.
Is it paid?
Yes! We do not support unpaid internships. The internship pays London Living Wage, even if you are not based in London.
So do I need to be in london?
No, the internship can be done remotely, as long as you can legally work in the UK. If you would like to work from London and work at the Project Everyone offices (restrictions allowing) then they would love to see you in person, but it is not a must.
What kind of work will I be making?
You will be working on live briefs, making assets for The Global Goals social media as well as supporting on ongoing campaigns. You will work directly with Hannah Cameron, the amazing creative director, as well as Richard Curtis the CEO of Project Everyone and founder of Comic Relief.
They have worked with a vast range of incredible people, from Beyonce & Stephen Fry to the Gates Foundation, and you will have the chance to contribute directly to the phenomenal work they are doing, using your deign skills, helping them create tangible change using the skills you have.
Check out some of the incredible work they have done below
#FreedomForGirls campaign in partnership with UNICEF and the Gates Foundation.
We the Goalkeepers campaign accelerating progress toward the Global Goals
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to DM us on Instagram