Call for Designers and Illustrators
applications due Monday, February 26, 2024
The Climate and Community Project is seeking to grow our pool of designers and illustrators to help translate our research into engaging and accessible reports, briefs, and more. We are seeking contractors who can visualize in real terms what policy looks like on the ground, infographics that illustrate tough-to-understand concepts, and design and layout for reports. This contract work will involve coordinating with staff members and fellows who draft reports and creating content following CCP style guidelines.
See past CCP reports here.
While we would love to find contractors who have experience in both design and illustration, it is fine to submit an application if you have experience in just design or illustration.
Please note that this call is not for a specific project but will allow CCP to have a pool of contractors to reach out to for projects coming up in the next 1-3 months and beyond.
Upcoming projects include:
Short form Social Housing Development Authority Proposal
Short form Public Schools Investments Brief
Infographics on the Viennese Green Social Housing Model
Long Form Green New Deal For Agriculture Report
Our baseline pay rate is $80/hour. Please do not hesitate to put your rate in the form.
How to Apply:
Please fill out this form. Applications are due by Monday, February 26.
The Climate and Community Project (CCP) is a progressive climate policy think tank that mobilizes a network of 40+ experts producing cutting edge scholarly research to design and win our generation’s determining suite of policy interventions. We advance bold ideas to decarbonize the built environment; reorder systems of political power; and embolden a multiracial working class. Our research has been instrumental in the climate policy space from the local to national level– including defining the planks of the Green New Deal for Public Schools, producing housing research that directly inspired the Whole Homes Repair program passed in Pennsylvania, and changing narratives on supply chain justice and critical minerals with first-of-its-kind modeling. We work with our fellows to develop timely research and to help drive the conversation around progressive climate policy.