Graphic Design Internship Join Changing The Present to Get Experience and Make a Difference!
Changing The Present
Graphic Design Internship
Join Changing The Present to Get Experience and Make a Difference!
An Amazon.com of the Nonprofit World
The New York Times called Changing The Present an "amazon.com of the nonprofit world" for our work in channeling to nonprofits some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year on birthday, wedding, and holiday presents. We make the experience of giving a donation in a friend’s name feel like a memorable gift. That involves tangible giving opportunities (preserve an acre of the rain forest, fund an hour of cancer research, etc.), beautiful personalized greeting cards, and wish lists and registries.
- Use your graphics skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent to make a difference.
- Help us channel to nonprofits some of the $450 billion Americans spend each year buying birthday, wedding, and holiday presents.
- Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team.
- Enhance your resume and get a glowing letter of recommendation.
Our graphics interns/volunteers will work on websites, web banners, presentations, and marketing materials.
- We welcome undergraduates, grad students, or professionals
- We are conveniently located at 7th Avenue and 33 Street, across from Penn Station in Manhattan.
- Full-time or part-time; school-year or summer.
Learn More and Apply Now
- Read Our Story at https://changingthepresent.org/pages/our-story, and peruse the site to see what we do. Then send a resume and short cover letter to:
- join [AT] ChangingThePresent [DOT] org
About Changing The Present
401 7th Avenue, level B, New York, NY 10001, US
We are launching our new website, which involves inviting the participation of all one million nonprofits, providing each with their own private gift site, and promoting this growing social norm: You don’t have to buy stuff to show your love; instead, you can do something meaningful in a friend’s name.
ChangingThePresent is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which helps channel to nonprofits some of the $250 Americans spend each year on birthday, holiday, and other gifts, by making the experience of giving a donation in a friend’s name feel like a gift with tangible giving opportunities, wish lists, registries, and beautiful, personalized printed greeting cards. The New York Times referred to the site as an "amazon.com of the nonprofit world." You may recognize this as the approach proven by Heifer International, which raises $115 million a year by letting people donate to fund farm animals in a friend’s name. If farm animals can attract that much money, imagine how much is available for more popular causes.