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Call for Design Interns

Posted by Amber Sinha at Jun 12, 2019 06:00 AM |
CIS is seeking graphic design interns to create communication material (information and data visualizations, publication layouts, presentations, etc.) for our projects. The intern will assist our researchers in presenting their research in accessible and easy-to-understand forms, as well as design social media collaterals. They will be working with a multi-disciplinary team across two cities, and be supervised by a designer.


Who can apply?

Students of design or recent design graduates, who are available to work full-time for at least a month, and have experience in editorial design and creating data visualizations. Others who can demonstrate similar skills and aptitude are also welcome to apply. Applicants with an interest in digital technology research would be preferred.

Our work is strengthened by the diversity in background, culture, experience, religion, caste, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age and disability. We welcome applications from candidates belonging to marginalised communities.


  • Comfortable working with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop,
  • Comfortable working with Google Docs and Slides, and
  • Knowledge of HTML/CSS will be preferred.

Duration of the internship

1 – 2 months


Bangalore or New Delhi


A modest stipend will be paid

How to apply?

To apply, please send –

  • Resumé,
  • Relevant work samples (less than 5MB), and
  • Link to online portfolio, if any.

Applications should be sent to Saumyaa Naidu (saumyaa [at] and Karan Saini (karan [at] by June 28, 2019.

Organisational policies

All interns working at CIS must read and abide by CIS' organisational policies.


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Amber Sinha

Amber, Senior Programme Manager at CIS, works on issues surrounding privacy, big data, and cyber security. He is interested in the impact of emerging technologies like AI and learning algorithms on existing legal frameworks, and how they need to evolve in response. Amber can be reached at amber at cis-india dot org, and at @ambersinha07.