170 Portland Street
Boston, MA 02114

Date Posted:
March 19, 2021

Eastern Massachusetts



Graphic Design and Social Media Intern


Roles and Responsibilities

Breaktime is looking for a creative graphic design and social media guru to work remotely on the Communications Team (10-15hrs/week)! All interns at Breaktime have the exciting opportunity to work with a young team of innovators to create change throughout Greater Boston. The graphic design and social media intern will:

  • Work closely with our Communications Team to run our social media pages: Assist in planning and running weekly social media posts through researching educational topics, contributing ideas for posts, and designing posts.

  • Assist with branding: Work with the communications team to help build brand identity, brand awareness, and digital presence

  • Create professional marketing materials for the organization: Collaborate with team members to design and implement marketing materials such as flyers, reports, and one-pagers.
  • A clear, unwavering commitment to elevating the power and potential of young people

  • A deep, enthusiastic passion for Breaktime’s mission

  • A strong passion for social innovation and an interest in startups

  • Two years of experience in graphic design (proficiency in canva, and adobe creative cloud)

  • Prior work or experience in content creation for social media

  • Prior work or experience in social media growth on platforms such as Instagram

  • (Preferred) Knowledge of Instagram analytics

(Preferred)Experience in designing websites using WIX
How To Apply:

To express interest in this position, please email with a cover letter and resume.

Apply by:
April 01, 2021
About this Organization:
Breaktime ( is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to end young adult homelessness through purposeful transitional employment and financial empowerment. We empower young adults experiencing homelessness to build sustainability in their lives while building resilience in their communities. Specifically, we recruit young adults from nonprofits partners who provide housing and case management, and after a few weeks of job training and professional development, these associates engage in purposeful, skill-building employment with site partners for three to six months. Through this early intervention, Breaktime helps prevent long-term chronic homelessness and supports young adults in becoming changemakers in their communities.