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Graphic Designer

This role will be the powerhouse for Project Imagine’s design and innovative edge. We are looking for individuals who are creative, detail-oriented, efficient, and can meet deadlines under pressure. Your responsibilities will include creating design and graphic contents for our advertisements, social medial, newsletter materials, and support other teams in creating attractive content. Please be prepared to show us your best work(s). This is a great opportunity to grow and hone your design skills with the plethora of projects and outreach Project Imagine has in store.

Newsletter Writer

We are looking for an excellent communicator to engage our audience through our monthly newsletter updates. This is a great opportunity for people with an English or Journalism major to gain experience in the field. People who have excellent English writing skills from all disciplines is encouraged to apply as well. Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating positive news coverage for Project Imagine to the public, branding, and editing various social media content. This is a great chance to display your own style, work with the Marketing Coordinators to establish a fitting image for Project Imagine, and design the layout and content of our most important monthly update.

Marketing Coordinator

This position includes the  management and marketing of our Facebook, Instagram, and website. This is a great opportunity for students with a background in Psychology and Marketing to show that they understand consumer trends and can perform content analysis. You’ll be posting to each platform on a weekly basis and be responsible for monitoring the social media performance. You are someone who understands the target audience in order to produce the best consumable material. You are willing to initiate and launch new promotional content, which includes and are not limited to Youtube, Snapchat, Wechat, Whatsapp, etc. You are willing to work closely with our graphic designers to develop, research, and brainstorm for the most effective contents, which are not limited to digital marketing. This is a wonderful opportunity to implement your own ideas with a world of flexibility. We’re all about trying new things!

Project Lead

You take the initiative and are willing to put words into action. You have a strong passion for sustainability and innovation to implement new project ideas based on eco-sustainability within or off-campus. You have the drive to take on current and existing projects if needed, and are willing to lend hands to other projects in action. You show leadership skills, understand how to organize volunteers, and can effectively communicate with other colleagues to spearhead through projects. You know how to handle conflicts and understand team building as well. This is an amazing chance for you to create your own position! Apply now, if you are confident you can excel as a leader.

Volunteer

Got spare time on your hands? If you have the passion to create a greener environment, enjoy beautiful designs, and want to be a part of sustainable actions in a collective environment, join us! We need lots of hands to accomplish eco-projects. Check out our current projects, or pitch new ideas for us to implement! Currently, our largest project is a monthly pop-up thrift shop called “Get Thrifty”. Get Thrifty is entirely operated by student volunteers that promotes cyclical usage through selling used clothing, books, and misc. household items.

Social Coodinator

Are you an outgoing and social individual that likes to organize events? If so, then this position is perfect for you! You will plan and organize social events for Project Imagine members. Events include and are not limited to an end of year celebration event and a year opening social icebreaker retreat. You may also occasionally support the marketing team in marketing events. Currently, our largest project is a monthly pop-up thrift shop called “Get Thrifty”. Get Thrifty is entirely operated by student volunteers that promotes cyclical usage through selling used clothing, books, and misc. household items.

Videographer

Do you have an interest in videography? Don't worry if you don't have a camera! As long as you have a phone and heart, apply to become one of our videographers! You will be documenting events such as our Get Thrifty pop-ups, socials, awards nights, and more! You may also have the opportunity to start your own video projects or conduct interviews - whatever your heart desires.

Photographer

Are you passionate about photography? If you are, this position is for you! You will be responsible for organizing photo shoots and having good communication with the models, be motivated to edit and not let the photos go into idle stock and be able to collaborate with the marketing team to develop a theme. Currently, our largest project is a monthly pop-up thrift shop called “Get Thrifty”. Get Thrifty is entirely operated by student volunteers that promotes cyclical usage through selling used clothing, books, and misc. household items.

Modeling

Have you ever wanted to model but never had the opportunity? Well now is the time! We are looking for individuals of all shapes and sizes, ethnicities, genders and age. You will be responsible for collaborating with the photographer about photoshoot concept and technical details, such as location and time. You have the freedom to be creative with the outfits to express your own unique style. Currently, our largest project is a monthly pop-up thrift shop called “Get Thrifty”. Get Thrifty is entirely operated by student volunteers that promotes cyclical usage through selling used clothing, books, and misc. household items.

Grant Writer

The “Grant Writer” for Project Imagine has the responsibility for finding and filling all grants to raise money for the club and its current key project such as Get Thrifty. Furthermore, they have the responsibility to uphold club member information and activity statuses as such information is vital for grant filling. Currently, our largest project is a monthly pop-up thrift shop called “Get Thrifty”. Get Thrifty is entirely operated by student volunteers that promotes cyclical usage through selling used clothing, books, and misc. household items.