You’ll support our marketing team by spearheading creative projects including direct mail, team apparel design, digital and interactive graphics, and web content development and design. You’ll back up our Social Media Manager marketing team by producing graphics to support our weekly content calendar.


  • Platform for meaningful distribution of work

  • Intensive portfolio building opportunity

  • Networking with a group of passionate and committed volunteers

  • Opportunity to take on resume-building leadership experience

  • Start-up experience with a young nonprofit

  • Opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to people with brain cancer and their families


  • You’ll dedicate between 5 and 10 hours per week to the organization.

  • You’ll commit to at least 3 months with us, with an opportunity to make the switch to a full staff member.


  • You’ll design supporting collateral for each of our events – from vehicle wraps to web pages and apparel (and everything in between!)

  • You’ll prepare all social media graphics
  • You’ll design and format email content
  • You’ll design print and digital collateral to support our fundraising initiatives
  • You’ll work closely with our Director of Marketing to develop our branding.
  • You’ll create, organize and maintain our portfolio of marketing materials
  • You’ll have the opportunity to influence the UI/UX for our fundraising app for Google Glass and mobile


  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, including InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.

  • Proficiency in CSS and HTML
  • Experience designing effectively for social media, digital marketing, email and direct mail
  • Demonstrated page layout and composition skills
  • Demonstrated skill working with type
  • Corporate identity/branding experience a plus
  • Knowledge of image file types and use
  • Familiarity with print procedures and best practices
  • Must effectively name, organize and share files


You are creative both as an artist and as a problem solver.
You have a vision and you can make it a reality even when there are obstacles along the way.

You hold yourself and your art to a high standard (and you want to keep making it higher).
You love design, you study it you understand its rules and how to apply them (or break them, when necessary). You are constantly pushing yourself to become a better designer.

You’re a great communicator.
You know how to work well on a team and how to tell a compelling story visually.

You are organized and detail oriented.
You prioritize well and are able to manage multiple deadlines and projects effectively without sacrificing quality.

You are not just driven – you can drive a project on your own.
You welcome the challenge of working with a small team with an ambitious vision.

You have a passion for creating positive change.
You want to leave your mark and make a difference. You welcome the opportunity to give back and pay it forward.


Since October 2012, 3000 Miles to a Cure has ignited what we call a brainstorm, uniting people in hope and action for a cure for brain cancer. To achieve our vision of a future where brain cancer is treatable as quickly as possible, we choose to deliver 100% of individual gifts to brain cancer research. We keep our costs low and where we have them they are covered by our generous corporate sponsors and Board of Directors.

We leverage ultra endurance athletic events like Race Across America to raise funds for the cure. The challenges and triumphs athletes endure are a powerful metaphor for the battles being waged against brain cancer by those who fight it and for the race to cure it.

We are developing a mobile application that will gamify fundraising during these ultra athletic events. We know there is power to achieve our mission in the shared experience of racers and stakeholders. Our app will facilitate and encourage that powerful positive connection.


Email a cover letter, resume, and three work samples or your portfolio to volunteer@3000milestoacure.com. Be sure to tell us why you’re passionate about 3000 Miles to a Cure!

This is an unpaid volunteer position.

This is a work-from-home/coffee shop/remote position.

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