The Student Graphic Designer in the WGAC will work approximately 5-10 hours per week during the semester. Students will be directly supervised by the Program Coordinator for the WGAC; will have regular individual meetings. All student employees of the WGAC are expected to meet the necessary obligations with performing the specific functions of their jobs is addition to modeling our values of inclusion and intersectional social justice, while creating a safe, affirming space for survivors of interpersonal violence.

The Graphic Designer will:

  • Thinking creatively and developing new and original design concepts, graphics and layouts
  • Working with a wide range of media and using graphic design software
  • Create online and print marketing materials for WGAC programs including, but not limited to, awareness campaigns, Body Acceptance Programming, Men in the Movement, the Women’s Conference
  • Help create and maintain fresh and up-to-date social media presence on multiple platforms including Facebook and Instagram

Apply on Ramlink. Follow the link below and log in with your EID. Applications for the 17-18 school year will be reviewed starting October 8, 2017.   ​​