Our philosophy about internships is simple; there are two kinds of internships. The dull, expected kind of internship that you can find anywhere: filing papers, research, etc. Or, the exciting, innovative kind of internship that you see all too rarely. Now, we would be the first to admit that both are a great opportunity to gain real world experience. It’s just that you need to be able to get actual hands-on practice and take away things that you would never learn in the classroom. Plus, it’s boring for the intern (and the agency) if you sit around all day filing papers! So, we prefer to concentrate on giving our interns the opportunity to help with real projects that our awesome staff is working on, day-in and day-out. We let you try on lots of hats to see where your real-world passion lies!
Our agency enjoys some great client relationships – Gold & Diamond Source, Live Nation, The Melting Pot, WWE and Pabst Brewing Company, just to name a few.
We would describe working at our agency as belonging to a family … a group of (sometimes crazy) individuals who challenge each other and work together for the collective good. There are no oversized egos (except for that one guy), zero politics and never a need to look over one’s shoulder.
Our interns learn about media and marketing relations at a nimble marketing agency that allows many of our employees to work in the field. Interns assist with all tasks required in a busy marketing environment, such as billboard, magazine/newspaper ads, web design, brochures and other design services. Successful candidates must be self-starters, have excellent verbal and written communications skills and a willingness to be flexible. Previous office experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office helpful. For those seeking our design internship, we require knowledge of Photoshop and/or InDesign.
• Assist in creative design products/materials for clients/variety of industries
• Assist in brand development for clients
• Assist with e-marketing elements/e-newsletter
• Web research
• Other exciting assignments as needed
Our interns usually commit to coming into the office one day per week, so you are able to balance all that other stuff you do!
*Please note that this is an unpaid internship