Skip Navigation

Internship Postings

Motion Graphics Intern

Internship Responsibilities

Intern will create and design digital materials, adhere to brand guidelines and complete projects according to deadline. Intern will use graphic design and editing software to work on a wide variety of visual media while collaborating with the Video Artist and production team to develop and design concepts. Intern will receive feedback from the Video Artist and production team to make any necessary changes. A successful candidate will complete 8 hours of work, on site per week for 16 weeks for a total of 128 hours per semester.

Skill Set Required

A successful candidate will have a basic knowledge of layouts, typography, line composition, color, and animation fundamentals as well as experience with adobe After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop and Premier. Candidate will have strong creative and analytical skills and a compelling portfolio of graphic design and motion work.

Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Graphic Design, Motion Graphics, Animation

Internship Location

Hunt Valley , MD


Semester: Spring (Feb - May)
Year: 2020
Hours per week: 1-10 hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: No

Application Requirements

Required Documentation: Resume, Portfolio
Application Instructions Please email your resume to Andrew Knox at and include in the subject: Motion Graphics Intern position

Additional Information

You will work on a wide range of animation and motion graphic projects while receiving guidance and feedback from the Video Artist and production team. 


11350 McCormick Rd, suite 400
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031

About The Wellness Network

The Wellness Network (TWN) is a national leader in actionable patient education and engagement, offering a range of comprehensive solutions that improve outcomes for health systems, payers, employers, health care providers, and advertisers. Focusing on medical and health related content, TWN’s health education and engagement products deliver original, professionally endorsed, and award-winning educational content when and where it’s needed across the care continuum.