Become a Part of the NIKE, Inc. Team
As a Nike Design Intern, you'll create or refresh existing designs that reflect Nike's design philosophy and inspire targeted consumers. You will execute design projects with the intent that they will go to market. You'll have the opportunity to research consumer/athlete and market needs based on a design brief. You also work on an individual design project that will culminate in a Design Gallery Show, and a cross-functional project that will be presented to Nike Executive Leadership at the end of the program.
Design Internships in the following areas:
* Product/ Footwear Design
* Apparel Design
* Graphic Design
* Communication Design
* Color Design
* Retail Design
* Material Design
* Digital Design
In order to complete the application process, we need to receive a portfolio from you. The following information outlines the submission requirements.
* You must be a full-time graduate student concentrating in one of the following fields: Apparel/Fashion, Textile, Product, Interactive/Digital, Graphic or Architecture design
* Skilled at utilization of design programs, such as Adobe Creative Suite products
* Excellent communication, organizational and project management skills
* Ability to organize thoughts and project details under time constraints
* Strong presentation skills
* Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines
* To be considered, all applicants must submit a link to a portfolio site, or upload samples of work to go.nike.com/college. Portfolios cannot exceed 25 MB. Include a copy of your resume with your portfolio submission.
* Competitive portfolios will include examples of inspiration, concept development and story telling in addition to finished products/designs. Shock us, inspire us, and awe us with your story. We appreciate creativity and want to get to know you through your design.
Internships are open to students from around the world. However, if you require a visa, you will have to work with CIEE.org to obtain the necessary student visa required for work eligibility in the U.S.