Graphic Designer needed for FLUNK Magazine logo

Graphic Designer needed for FLUNK Magazine

FLUNK Magazine

Flunk is a magazine produced by students that priorities amazing imagery, features exemplary student work, and showcases the Lismore lifestyle, arts, and culture. We are seeking a part time designer for graphic content and project oversight. Would suit students looking for volunteering opportunities and students studying Would suit students studying MKT00075, COM30001 and COM10628


Availability: Approved

Time required: 3 hours per week

Duration: 10 weeks


Requires face to face contact: No



• Create an ongoing student magazine
• Showcase exemplary student work
• Showcase the culture and art of the Northern Rivers


We hope to create a magazine that is entertaining, student run, and visually appealing. We also wish to build a solid infrastructure for future students to carry the magazine after the founders have graduated.

Needs to be addressed

The volunteer work for the magazine will be seasonal, picking up closer to the desired publication date: O’Week Semester One, 2020. We are looking for someone not only with a solid creative portfolio, but also experience in InDesign, or comparable programs that will make the magazine ‘print ready’. As a member of the team, the chosen candidate will also have the option of reading and reviewing submissions for publication.

Benefits to students

• Fantastic networking opportunities
• Could be perfect for an Independent Project in Semester Two
• Will look amazing on your CV
• Opportunity to showcase your creative potential


Southern Cross University

We are reaching out to the SCU community for a motivated and driven designer willing to give their time to a project with so much potential.

SCU to help us find an ambitious student ready to take on a creative independent project. As we are based on the Lismore Campus, we will be using many of the Universities facilities, including faculty, cafés, the Library and LEXSA to help make this project a reality.


We have secured funding through LEXSA. Without their funding, it was unlikely the project could’ve gone ahead. They’ve also been very helpful with advertisement and support in various stages of development. We expect to recruit more sponsorship as the project moves into the later stages.