M Booth has an opportunity for a motion design intern to join our growing creative team this summer. 

A few things to know before applying:

Team is everything. We pride ourselves on being egoless (or close to it). If you like being part of a supportive and selfless group of people, there’s a good chance you’ll be a fit.

Intellectual curiosity is rewarded, even more than raw intelligence. If you love to read, consume media, tinker and make cool things, we’d love to chat.

We take our jobs very seriously, but we do not take ourselves very seriously. 

In order to be considered for this position, you must provide a link to your portfolio. There is an option to drop this into a text box below.

In this role, you will work with our highly collaborative team of strategists, copywriters, art directors and creative directors to create work that meets our client’s business objectives. 



We make branded content with an eye to earned media. We use our creative craft and passion for culture to solve marketing problems for brands. We make work for all media - everything from social posts to Super Bowl ads. We are always current with what’s happening in culture and bring that energy to every client brief. 

We  know our differences make us stronger and we are looking for designers that bring their authentic selves to every project. We are committed to creating an environment where every employee can take up space and make the best work of their career.

Currently the agency is working remotely, so you must have the ability to work from home until we open back up.


  • Animate and design social content; including UI tutorials for web apps, animated text, 2D designs and infographics. 
  • Review, screen record, and animate detailed technical scripts demonstrating digital tools and features.
  • Bring vector designs and Photoshop layouts to life using After Effects. 
  • Present your work to internal teams and external clients. 
  • Manage your day to meet deadlines and prioritize requests. 


  • Strong animation reel or range of examples that demonstrates advanced knowledge of Adobe After Effects and a grasp of the core animation fundamentals of spacing and timing. 
  • Also proficient in Illustrator and Photoshop (3D or Video skills a plus). 
  • Knowledge of animation trends, social media visual guidelines and specs.
  • Strong collaborator
  • Understanding of social platforms
  • Great with feedback and revisions
  • Degree in animation, design or related field.


  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Hours: 40 hours/week 
  • Compensation: $17/hour 
  • Location: Remote
    • In the wake of COVID-19, we are anticipating being remote for the foreseeable future and thus are open to having our intern class be remote
  • M Booth is currently remote and able to accept applicants from the following states:
    • California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas.


M Booth & Associates is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

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