As 35% of current Lemonly full-timers can personally attest, our internship program rules. (That’s how many of us were Lemonly interns at one point.) We find the best and brightest college students/recent graduates to get a SLICE of the Lemonly life. A designer, a content creator, and a project manager come together to form the trifecta of sweet visuals.
Already want to apply? Go on! Need some more info? I’ve got you.
SLICE. Summer at Lemonly; Impressive Career Experience.
But what do SLICE interns do?
- Designs kick-ass graphics using the Adobe creative suite
- Follows the Lemonly processes
- Walks clients through their wireframes and moodboards to explain design choices
- Participates in creative critique with design team
- Experiments with design to learn new things and step outside the norm
- Writes (and sometimes researches) clever and impactful content for infographics, video scripts, microcontent, blog posts, and newsletters
- Proofs project drafts for grammar, spelling, alignment, etc.
- Manages Lemonly social media
- Works with the sales and marketing teams to brainstorm and execute Lemonly content strategy
- *Bonus points for familiarity with SEO, social media ads, and/or Google Analytics*
- Masters our tools and processes to drive maximum project efficiency
- Acts as the main point of contact between the client and the creative team
- Schedules meetings
- Makes timelines
- Sends and receives drafts and feedback
- Educates clients about the Lemonly process and answers any questions the client may have along the way
- Does a bunch of other tool-based tasks that aren’t easy to explain in a bullet point but here’s a GIF that shows the gist:
How do they get started?
Like any job, SLICE starts out with a bunch of important orientation items. Our interns learn the tools and processes that turn the gears here at Lemonly. At first, they work together as a team within a team, creating graphics on topics they care about. Like beer and dinosaurs. Just when they think they’re getting comfortable, we put them to work with real clients on real projects. Every day is different, but isn’t that part of the fun?
The interns also come up with goals for the summer. For example, last summer’s designer, Carly, wanted to design something with animation. And she totally did!
Plus, it’s fun.
Our interns get the full Lemonly experience. From the company picnic to team collaboration to critical office discussions (Netflix documentaries, La Croix flavors, double-jointedness). We’re big on a people-first company culture, and our internship program is no exception.
No matter how you slice it, it’s a good time. Get your application in by 5 p.m., February 2. Details, FAQs, and contact info.