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NOTE: ODAC is an undergradute-run non-profit. Please do not apply to this position if you are no longer an undergraduate student.

If you have an interest in creating visuals that help to inform the public of organ donation, contact us to apply for our team! Graphic team members are responsible for creating the various illustrations and infographics used in ODAC’s social media posts, website, and other forms of content. They control the overall look and aesthetic of ODAC and will be expected to work with other departments in order to achieve this goal.

Position Qualifications:

  • Creativity and originality in coming up with various graphics for our content
  • Proficiency with creative interfaces—these may include Procreate, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Canva etc. Experience with ALL of these programs is NOT necessary. We are looking for candidates with general familiarity 
  • Ability to work in a collaborative environment, will likely be expected to present ideas for graphics and revise said graphics based on team input
  • Consistency with deadlines, necessary to maintain regular and constant content
  • Willingness to learn more about the organ transplant community and related scientific concepts
  • Following up with tasks and being accountable for completing regular assignments 
  • Strong communication skills and interpersonal awareness

             Potential Assignments
  • Create an infographic based on existing ODAC blog posts that delivers the main ideas of the article in an artistic and engaging way 
  • Create a magazine or newsletter that highlights the publications of ODAC as well recent events
  • Create new posters for in-person and digital events
  • Create graphics that showcase organ recipients and the impact of their donation
  • Create graphics that introduce ODAC staff and collaborators
  • Create graphics about how to register as an organ donor

   This position is perfect for you if..
  • You consider yourself an artistic and creative person 
  • You are a visual learner and/or teacher
  • You enjoy imagining new ways to engage with audiences