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Come learn and grow with us! What? Did you think we have all the answers? If we do, that's just because we have learned what not to do—the supreme value of experience. The flip side is that we are very passionate about what we do. Passion instills in us a desire to continually improve until we succeed. Benefit from our experience, passion and success--and develop some of your own.

Designsensory offers a number of competitive internships each year in the fields of graphic design, web development and computer programming. These internships are highly competitive. To be considered, applicants are required to submit a current resume and several examples of their work. Portfolio examples from recent college coursework are acceptable. Letters of recommendation are recommended but not required.

Design Internship:

If you are a design student and would like us to consider you for internship please submit a resume and work examples to creative@designsensory.com. Please include in the e-mail title the words "Request for Internship." We will review your work and contact you if we are interested.

Technical Internship:

If you are a computer programming or web development student and would like us to consider you for internship please submit a resume and website/code examples to technical@designsensory.com. Please include in the e-mail title the words "Request for Internship." We will review your work and contact you if we are interested.

 

Learn more about our range of services or view our portfolio of workInterested in working with us? Schedule a consultation time or complete our online RFP form.

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