Download Application: Infographic-Application
Timeline for Entries:
Start Date: January 1, 2019
Deadline for Entries: April 1, 2019
The grand prize of the IPR-PRIME Infographic Design Internship Competition is a design-centered internship at PRIME Research for six weeks in summer 2019 at the PRIME Research office in Ann Arbor, MI.
The intern will be paid $15 an hour and given housing for the duration of the internship. PRIME Research will interview the infographics finalists to determine the best fits. The winning infographic designs will be acknowledged by IPR and published on the IPR website and social media channels. Further details below.
Rules & Regulations:
- Students must use research published on the IPR website. A preferred list of papers will be provided (listed below).
- Students must create a completely original infographic. Students must follow all copyright restrictions and must have permission to use any graphics or art from other sources.
- Infographics should be single-authored.
- All entries must submit a completed application.
Who May Apply:
- All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in an accredited college or university. Participants must be students in a communication, journalism or graphic arts program at an accredited university or college.
- Applicants must work as individuals.
- Applicants should demonstrate creativity, passion for design, and the ability to effectively communicate data/insights visually.
Applicants must have appropriate legal status to work in the US as an Intern.
Required Application Materials: Students must submit a completed application form, a resume and their original infographic design as a JPEG or PNG file to Jordan McCrary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Selection Process: The Institute for Public Relations staff and PRIME Research team will judge each infographic design based on content, creativity and visual appeal.
Inquiries: For any questions or comments, please contact Jordan McCrary at email@example.com or 352-294-1633.
Suggested Research Papers Available for Infographic Design Competition:
- Work-Life Balance 2.0? An Examination of Social Media Management Practice and Agency Employee Coping Strategies in a 24/7 Social World
- Taking a Stand: How CMOs and CCOs are Redefining Their Roles in Today’s Highly Charged Social, Cultural and Political Climate
- Skepticism toward CSR: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
- What Makes the Grapevine So Effective? An Employee Perspective on Employee-Organization Communication and Peer-to-Peer Communication