Ceres Community Project
Graphic Design Internship, Sebastopol

Ceres Community Project is seeking a Graphic Design Intern to assist in Communications and Design tasks. The intern will report directly to the Communications Director and also work closely with the Creative Director and Marketing and Design Associate.

Duration: 6 months, with option to extend to a year if mutually agreeable.
Hours: 6-12 hours/week, 1-2 days/wk. Schedule is negotiable.
Location: Ceres Regional Offices, Sebastopol
Compensation: Internship position is not compensated. Intern may be eligible for college credits.
Design clear, engaging graphic communications for print and web, including web site and social media graphics, posters, postcards, flyers, graphics for email marketing, and other marketing materials as needed. Other tasks will be working on our monthly Kale Club curation and design, promotion via social media channels and outside event calendars. 
Work closely with a project team of staff and sometimes volunteers to translate their messaging concepts into marketing materials.
  • Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator & Photoshop
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Feel comfortable using new technology
  • Must be organized and detail oriented
  • Must have excellent time management skills
  • Be comfortable working independently as well as in partnership with team
  • Having a computer and access to graphic design and layout software is preferred but not required
  • Build your portfolio of work and experience
  • Possibly obtain credit
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Help Ceres thrive!
To apply or find out more information: Contact Deborah Ramelli
at   deborah@ceresproject.org or (707)829-5833 x104

Founded in 2007, Ceres Community Project creates health for people, communities and the planet through love, healing food and empowering the next generation. We have three program sites in San Rafael, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.  

What We Do:
  • Food as Medicine: We support primarily low-income people struggling because of a serious health challenge with home-delivered nourishing organic and locally produced meals, nutrition education and the caring support of the community
  • Youth Development Program: All the meals we provide are prepared by youth ages 14 and up who volunteer in our 3/4 acre food production garden and three commercial kitchen sites in Marin and Sonoma counties. Youth learn about growing, cooking and eating healthy whole foods and the connection between diet and health, develop life and work-ready skills, and experience their power to make a difference.
  • Community Education: We educate clients, youth and the whole community about the vital importance of a diet based on healthy organic and locally-produced foods, and provide the knowledge, skills and inspiration for people to make and maintain real change in how they eat.
  • National Replication: We have trained twelve communities nationally to replicate our model.
For more information, please visit www.CeresProject.org
Ceres Community Project is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages members of minority groups to apply.  All employment decisions at Ceres are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, disability, marital & veteran status or any other status protected by laws or regulations.

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