BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER TO ENERGIZE AND REVITALIZE OUR COMMUNITIES
HatchForm helps economic development organizations, entrepreneur support centers, workforce training programs, ecosystem builders, elected government bodies, and innovation-focused institutions revitalize communities, turn around struggling programs, and bring together people and organizations together at the national, regional, tribal, state, city, and local levels to bring about change for the better. HatchForm has worked with the State of NM’s MainStreet Program, The Feynman Center for Innovation at LANL, The NM BioScience Authority, The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, the University of Florida’s Business Incubation System, the NM Startup Factory, Kick-Ass Entrepreneurs of Santa Fe, and more.
3900 Paseo del Sol
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Sean O'Shea and Melanie Lenci
AVAILABLE INTERNSHIPS AT HATCHFORM
HatchForm is teaming up with Kick-Ass Entrepreneurs of Santa Fe to hire one intern to create brand style guides for both HatchForm and KAE—two distinct brands with their own unique identities.
WHAT THEY'RE LOOKING FOR
The ideal candidate is some with good design sense and knowledge who will research, recommend, set up, and develop graphics and images to establish and/or improve HatchForm and KAE’s websites and social media platforms, and design fresh-looking curriculum, handouts, presentations, surveys, and other materials.
An intern should be consistent, have a sense of accountability, be deadline-oriented, and ready to deepen their knowledge of graphic design and social media marketing. Our intern can also expect to learn about economic development theory and practice, and the power of storytelling to bring communities together while being introduced to Santa Fe’s business and economic development network.
BEST THING ABOUT INTERNING HERE
"HatchForm is poised for growth in 2020, with a lot of great local and national projects on the horizon, and we’re excited to work with someone who’s as excited as we are to bring about the positive change we see possible in our community and beyond."
KEY THINGS TO KNOW
"We anticipate this internship to be task-based, not time-based, so working on projects will be flexible as long as desired deliverables are completed based on a schedule we’ll create to set clear expectations and instill a sense of accountability. We’re also willing to work with a student’s college or university to design a scenario where credit hours are available, if possible."