MullenLowe Boston is seeking a Motion Design intern.
Making copies, busywork, coffee runs - these are some of the things you'll have absolutely no experience with as part of MullenLowe's Summer Internship Program. Because you'll be doing real work. Real, client-paid-for, heading-out-into-the-world-to-catch-attention-and-change-minds work. And you'll be doing it with some of the most talented people, at one of the biggest-name agencies, in the business.
As a motion design intern, you will work on display advertising for desktop and mobile, social animations, GIFs, and other motion-based advertising.
Motion design candidates should have the following experience/abilities:
- Timeline animation using Adobe Animate.
- Experience using After Effects to create 2D, banner-like animations.
- Strong understanding of layout, design, and animation.
- Any experience creating code-based animation with HTML/CSS/JS is considered a plus, but is not required.
MullenLowe's 2019 Summer Internship Program is a 10-week paid internship running from June 3 to August 9. To apply, you must be a member of the college class of 2019 or 2020, or a current graduate school student.
Please do not reach out to our employees regarding applicant status. We will contact you directly no later than May 1, 2019, if we would like to move forward with your candidacy.
For any questions regarding your application, please reach out to email@example.com.
Please answer the questions below in 500 words or less. Attach your responses to your résumé and upload it as one PDF attachment.
MullenLowe thinks like a challenger. This fundamental belief drives our thinking and should be applied to both our clients' business and our own. This is best exemplified in our mantra of "punching above our weight." Please explain a way in which you have punched above your weight.
What is the most interesting thing you've read or watched this week?
What is a brand campaign that you identify with and why?
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.
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