Why do you want to intern?
You’re looking for an opportunity to gain school credit?
You are seeking to get real-world experience?
You’re ready to launch your career?
You had an advertising campaigns class and really liked it?
Mom or Dad said you have to get out of the house and do something?
Those are all nice reasons. But those are not us.
We’re looking for one intern. That one.
We’re about creating more zealots for our clients.
We’re zealots for our clients.
We’re zealots about our work.
Our intern? That one?
A zealot. A zealot for inventing, creating, solving, satisfying and doing.
Our interns are on the firing line. No hiding here.
No auditing our program. You’re in the game. Real work. Real involvement with clients. Real problems to solve. Real opportunity.
We’re looking, too. For that one.
Passionate. Intelligent. Witty. Teammate. Winner. A Zealot for Life.
Our internship is not a “give back to the community” program. We’re looking for the one individual who is bursting to get in the game, start practicing their craft and change the way marketing happens.
Our interns get to do a lot of work. It usually results in a real job. Because they will have proven they can do real work.
Guest Relations Marketing is eight years old. We’re still a kid. But we love having interns and have even hired a few of them or helped place them in great positions. The partners of Guest Relations established an intern program at their previous agency. The program became so renowned that other agencies called to interview and hire our interns.
Nothing fancy here. Just a great opportunity. For a great intern. Are you the one?
Tell us why. Email April Voris at email@example.com
The requirements:Primary Objectives of the Program:
Provide a “real world” learning experience
Cross-platform training & project execution
Emphasis on social media
Program Opportunities & Requirements:
Intended as major course credit/learning
Available starting: Fall
30 – 35 hours per week / 90-day commitment required
Get an overall view of full scope of marketing duties and interaction, through participation in internal and client meetings
Develop a project essentially from start to finish, including presentation to the client
Assist team in developing specific recommendations, projects or analyses in support of client or agency programs
Deep dive into social media use for marketing
Other as approved by specific program outline
Internship Program May Include:
Competitive interview process
DISC or other profile analysis
Educational platform that may include such topics as:
Marketing 101: Agency vs. client-side
How to effectively work with your clients
Traffic, project management & time management
Account planning & research
Importance of great creative
The new media frontier
Social media training
Effective e-Communication & database management
Presentations, communications, and brand you
Networking & industry event opportunities
Mid-point and final performance review
Demonstration of high interest/passion for advertising profession
Good communication skills, particularly writing ability