RFI Student Internship | Graphic Designer

Be a bold visual voice for rural


The Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska is seeking a bold, creative University of Nebraska–Lincoln student designer willing to use their talents to benefit rural people and places throughout Nebraska and beyond.


Through this paid ($11/hour), year-long internship, you will expand your leadership and professional skills as well as your comfort zone and network. We need a commitment of 10-20 hours per week for the fall 2018 and spring 2019 semesters. Hours are flexible based on your class schedule.

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“Being an intern at RFI will give you the opportunity to showcase and learn new design skills that will be displayed to the public eye. Your work will assist in exposing the importance of rural communities to individuals who are passionate about shaping the future. You will also gain real-world communications experience through collaborations with the amazing, passionate individuals at RFI.”
Jose Arellano
Stellar RFI Intern | Graphic Design Specialist, Junior, Hixon-Lied


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How to Apply

Email Katelyn Ideus, RFI Director of Communications & PR, at kideus@nebraska.edu by August 26, 2018, with the following:

NOTE: To be eligible, applicant must be enrolled as a full-time University of Nebraska–Lincoln student for the 2018-2019 school year.



Questions? Contact Katelyn!

Katelyn Ideus
RFI Director of Communications & PR