Bread and Roses Missouri will commission an artist to create artwork for use as visual illustration for Mrs. Palmer’s Honey, an original play by Cassandra Medley and an album of originally composed music for the play by Colin McLaughlin. This work is based on the 1946 novel by St. Louisian Fannie Cook. The work will […]
Perennial is looking for two part-time positions, a marketing specialist and a woodshop specialist. Marketing Specialist Emphasis on social media including photos, copy, and scheduling. Some design experience is helpful. Part-time 15 hours a week at $15/hour. Find more here. Woodshop Specialist Some familiarity/experience with woodshop equipment, passion for teaching, working with beginners, and building […]
Fearless Fashion Styling Studio, a boutique for men and women in North County, seeks a summer intern and 2 part-time sales associates. They are looking for upbeat, self-motivated individuals, with a love and passion for fashion. Duties and responsibilities include working closely with customers to determine their needs and answering questions about merchandise. Required skills […]
Building Futures has a position open for an Assistant Director of Trade Skills Training Program. They emphasize STEAM learning in all their programs. Find more information here.
ArchCity Defenders is looking for someone to design and illustrate a ‘know your rights’ guide for tenants who are facing eviction. Pro Se is a Latin term which means “for oneself, by oneself” and in a legal setting, refers to people who represent themselves in court. This Housing Pro Se Guide is intended to share […]
A two-year paid fellowship is available with the Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition through a program called Lead For America. The Lead for America fellowship program selects, trains, and places leaders ages 21-30 in high-leverage roles within their local communities. You can see the specific listing by scrolling down to Missouri. The deadline to apply is […]
This multi-state exhibition gives artist the ability to reach new audiences, earn cash prizes, and for ASC to grow its Permanent Collection through Purchase Awards. $1,000 — Best in Show $500 — First Place $200 — Second Place Three $100 Merit prizes $2,000 available in Purchase Awards Artists must reside within our greater art community […]
Citizens for Modern Transit (“CMT”) in partnership with the St. Clair County Transit District is seeking a consultant to assist in the creation of a comprehensive marketing campaign on the SCCTD Summer Riding Program in St. Clair County, IL to build and promote ridership on the MetroBikeLink System and connecting transit system. Key messaging will […]
An alum is seeking an in-person tutor who is versed in SketchUp to teach the design software one-on-one. They are looking for someone with availability 2 to 3 hours a week for several months and perhaps longer for special issues. The tutor will be fairly compensated. Please contact Tim Ewing via email at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding […]
The Community Projects Associate will assist with all aspects of Gateway Greening’s Community Project’s program that supports over 200 community, youth, and school agriculture projects in St. Louis City, County, and the Metro East. These community gardens and orchards empower communities to grow their own fresh food and build stronger, more resilient neighborhoods. Apply for […]
Creative Reaction Lab is searching for a Content Marketing Manager that would thrive in a team-centered, co-creation culture for racial and health equity that centers Black and Latinx youth. The Content Marketing Manager will build the capacity of Creative Reaction Lab by developing and implementing our traditional and digital marketing & communications strategies for awareness […]
An individual is looking for a curator and expertise in designing an art gallery in their urban highrise apartment. This role would purchase art (primarily photographs) and direct the framing and installation to enhance the design and space of their gallery. Also, this role would take charge of reframing existing artwork. This project is open […]
The Foundry Art Centre is hiring two Education Interns to assist the Education Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, and Teachers with planning, organizing, and implementing Art Camp as well as two summer art events as a Foundry ambassador. IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Education Coordinator & Asst. Camp Director DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Complete required internship hours between, May […]
Green City Coalition (GCC) and the St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative (VC) have put out a request for proposals for a consultant to finalize the content and create the final design and layout for the Vacant Lot Toolkit. They’re looking for someone with graphic and landscape design experience. Submissions are due on January 25th. Learn more […]
In partnership with community stakeholders, Spanish Lake Community Development Corporation (SLCDC) advocates for comprehensive neighborhood and community revitalization, works to build an actively engaged and informed community and inspires investment and advances business and employment opportunities for all people in Spanish Lake. Our mission is clear, to continually make Spanish Lake a more desirable, attractive […]
St. Louis non-profit Building Futures is hiring for a Technical Teacher. Building Futures was co-founded by WashU faculty member Gay Lorberbaum and operates an incredible workshop space for youth located in Old North St. Louis. Job Title: Part-Time Technical/Teacher Salary: $18/hr– $23 (Depending on Experience) Start Date: TBD Hours: 25 – 35 per week, flexible […]
The goal of the Mission: St. Louis is to eradicate poverty through empowering low-income individuals to be leaders in their lives, families, and neighborhoods. We focus on our efforts within the city of St. Louis, where there is a 28.8% poverty rate. The Digital Content & Design VISTA member will build the capacity of Mission: […]
Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), St. Clair County Transit District, and AARP St. Louis are working to activate the space around the MetroBus area at the Emerson Park MetroLink Station in East St. Louis. This joint initiative, known as the “Transit Stop Transformation Project,” will transform the area between the MetroBus boarding area and the […]
DSCC is partnering with Saint Louis Public Schools, the Nature Conservancy, and the Metropolitan Sewer District to bring a first-ever, green schoolyard to Froebel Elementary. They are looking to hire a year-long fellow to work on this project. The Green Schoolyard Fellow posting can be found on the DSCC website.
The Art Explora Foundation together with Cité internationale des arts collaborate to co-construct a unique program for French and international artists and researchers. The first residency session will begin in March 2021. The partnership is located on the site of Montmartre, a stone’s throw from the Sacré-Cœur, in Paris. Since 1971, la Cité internationale des arts is developing residency programs with […]
The Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation is seeking a Community Development Intern. Throughout the course of the internship, the candidate will become involved in neighborhood planning, data collection and analysis, GIS mapping, program development and implementation as well as a host of special community development-oriented projects. Learn more here.
Action St. Louis, a grassroots organization, is holding a #ClosetheWorkhouse video contest for a $1,000 top prize. The second-place prize is $500. Post a one-minute video of a poem, song, skit, etc., related to closing the Workhouse for the contest. The contest ends at midnight on May 1. Post the video to social media and […]
Wabbani is a for-profit social enterprise that collaborates with indigenous communities to produce handmade, culturally-authentic home décor which personalizes IKEA home furnishings. Visit wabbani.com to learn more. They are seeking a paid intern, off or on-site in St. Charles, MO. The intern will design marketing materials, packaging, updates to our web site and online presence, […]
The Office of Sustainability is seeking applications from individuals interested in joining our team for the summer, beginning in June 2020. Student Associates will work collaboratively in groups on projects with oversight from the Office of Sustainability staff, and will engage in a broad range of projects including renewable energy, alternative transportation, waste diversion, sustainable […]
Novella, a woman-owned, St. Louis-based creative agency working largely with nonprofits, social justice organizations, and diversity and inclusion initiatives in the greater area. We are seeking a junior graphic designer who is proficient in both print and web design. This is a paid hourly position (10-15 hours per week). Pay is $20/hour, and interested individuals […]
WashU Alum is looking to hire student(s) to assist in the development of a social media campaign and potentially a box design for a new product concept that shows commitment to stopping people from being embarrassed by their bodies, and gets them talking. Pay is $30/hour for a minimum of 3 hours of work, and […]
The Fashion Promotion and Exhibition Class seeks a photographer to shoot promotion shots for the Fashion Show. This is a paid opportunity. Email Kamy Chong for more information, questions, or comments at email@example.com.
KaBOOM!, Citizens for Modern Transit, and the AARP seek proposals for a public art installation for the Maplewood Transit Stop Transformation Project. For questions or clarifications, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday January 27, 2020. Find out more here.
WashU MBA students Hunter McClain and Hallie Greenberg are launching a transitional clothing startup. They are seeking an apparel designer to help with mock-up designs. Fee for services is negotiable. Please contact Hunter McClain at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cole and Associates at Union Station has a chalkboard wall where monthly artistic chalk art includes firm announcements. It pays $150/month for any interested art student or student with talent. Please contact Carolyn Gaidis at Cgaidis@colestl.com or Gaidis@wustl.edu.
The PrEP program at Washington University School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases would like to create a Logo for the PrEP program itself. The PrEP Program focuses on HIV Prevention, PrEP implementation, HIV/STI screenings – mostly focuses on the LGBTQ+ community – but everyone is welcomed. The logo will be the main focus of […]
Local homeowner seeks a skilled ceramicist to assist in recreating a missing mudcap from a historic home renovation project. Willing to pay, and seeking support in the next few months. Contact Brant Sextro at email@example.com.
The Social Policy Institute seeks a student to assist with communications design, dissemination, and other administrative tasks. The mission of SPI is to foster interdisciplinary and cross-sector collaboration to design, test, inform, and impact innovative policy solutions to social problems. The ultimate vision is to reduce social, economic, health, and education inequities at the local, […]
Support women faculty on campus. The Association of Women Faculty (awf.wustl.edu) needs a new type-driven logo to use on its website, for printed correspondence, and promoting its university events. Prefer upper-level student in Communication Design. Rate of pay: $150; details to follow. If interested, please submit three related work examples to firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 1.
Parent and alum looking for a student photographer for hire to take photos for about an hour at the Varsity WU Football Varsity game on September 21, and about 3 hours at the Junior Varsity game on September 22. If the student can print and produce select images, this can be compensated as well. Contact […]
Opportunity to draw as-is floor plans for existing apartments in Clayton at 7510 Parkdale Ave. Clayton / Moorlands. Contact Carol Knefel at email@example.com for more information. Compensation is available.
LitShop is a new nonprofit that provides after school and summer programming for girls ages 10-14 and pairs engaging literacy opportunities with hands-on building and making in a female-centric environment. We help girls write the stories they want to tell and build the world they want to see. We are seeking find female-identifying builders/makers/architects/designers who […]
Classic Coin Laundry in University City seeks designers to support in modernizing the building exterior through a grant with University City, including potentially color selections for various elements, finishing materials, and a mural design. The design planning phase is July through September, and there is funding available to support a designer in this effort. Contact […]
Local business is looking for support in visualizing a remodel project of a building by July 8th. Contact Raj at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-952-5472.
New interior design employee seeks a tutor to learn Google Sketchup in person who will sit side-by-side and review the basics of Sketchup through visual tutoring. Contact Laurel Wittelsbach, email: email@example.com.
Local soy candle producer and am looking for a photography student to shoot some images for my website. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come to the Table: Serving Up Hope An “Art Drive” to Raise Funds for United People Community Organization, Market & Urban Farm, an outreach project of Greater St. Mark’s Family Church March 30 – April 27, 2019 (Excepting April 18-21) United People Market & Urban Farm makes healthy food available at affordable prices in the […]
Walbridge STEAM Academy is St. Louis Public Schools’ premier elementary school specializing in science, technology, engineering, art and math. We are seeking college students majoring in visual art to help create mini murals for our school. Previous experience working with school-aged children is preferred, but not required. Art supplies will be provided by the school. […]
Men’s store in Clayton seeks experienced designer for window dressing, particularly with mannequins in men’s clothing. Contact: Mandy (email@example.com)
St. Patrick Center seeks an intern to help maintain a rain garden. Skills needed: maintaining rainwater landscapes and providing oversight to a crew of 2-6. Timeline: November 2018 – January 2019 May be paid. Contact: Sue Haverman, firstname.lastname@example.org