As an Intermark intern, you won’t be making coffee or manning the mailroom. What you will be doing is working on real briefs, for real clients. Clients like St. Vincent’s Health System, Toyota, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Sound good? Thought so. Apply today.
As a summer intern at Intermark Group, you’ll be thrown headfirst into the agency life. The first couple weeks of the summer, you’ll work within your assigned department to learn more about the ins and outs of advertising. You will have the opportunity to sit in on brainstorming meetings, assist on real accounts, and explore the work we produce. All interns will also help plan our annual company picnic, monthly birthday celebrations and other fun events.
At the end of the summer, the interns will collaboratively create and present a pitch to a real-life client. If you want to learn more about how the advertising business really is and experience a better opportunity to confidently prepare you for the workforce, we highly suggest you apply for an exciting summer as an intern at Intermark.
Assists with the day-to-day interaction and communication with our clients. Works with various departments, including but not limited to, public relations, strategy, media, etc., to ensure all aspects of our clients’ work is completed and executed with a focus on print, radio and broadcast.
I thoroughly enjoyed every day of this internship. Creating a campaign with my fellow interns was a challenging but rewarding experience. Not only did I learn the ins and outs of an advertising agency, but I also made some incredible friends. I am happy to say that I chose the right major, because this is definitely what I want to do with my life!
Teams up with the copywriter to concept and execute big, brilliant ideas on time and on brief. A love of art and an eye for design are both necessary, but you’ll also need to be a great thinker who picks apart briefs. And once a concept is approved, you’ll have to bring it to life. Your mom will want to put your work on the fridge, even if she doesn’t understand it.
Working at Intermark this summer has been one of the most fulfilling things I have done thus far in my career. There was never a time when I didn’t want to come to work, and I never felt like my time was being wasted. I love to be busy, and the work I was doing wasn’t just time filler; the creative briefs were unique, interesting and a chance to make a splash. I am so thankful to have worked with the creative individuals who pushed me to go bigger and never wanted me to cut down my ideas. Seeing the creative process from start to finish is so satisfying, and an experience I never could have gotten in school. I feel like I have truly grown into my “art direction” shoes and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.
Teams up with the art director to concept and execute big, brilliant ideas on time and on brief. You’ll need to love the written word, because after a concept is approved, you’ll be writing, writing, writing across print, radio/ television, online and other cool stuff. And if you make your mentor jealous, you’ve done it right.
Being a part of the Intermark Group internship program has been an amazing experience. I got to work with great mentors who really invested their time in my success. I learned so much and was able to be a part of so many client projects. From commercial shoots and voice talent casting to working on challenging and exciting briefs, Intermark allowed me to experience so many aspects of life at an advertising agency. It was a great learning opportunity, and definitely never a dull moment. Accepting this internship was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Reviews, analyzes, documents and evaluates business systems, workflows, procedures and data structures. Assists with day-to-day interaction and communication by working with various departments, including but not limited to engineering, digital strategy, analytics, and user experience, etc., to ensure all aspects of our clients’ work is completed and executed with a focus on mobile applications, website development and other digital assets.
As an Intermark intern I was able to work in a collaborative environment and I learned so much more about advertising in the 11 weeks than I ever thought possible. Being able to relate concepts I learned while in school to the real work I was doing over the summer was truly fulfilling.
Works with the Media Department to assist in buying local advertising on TV, radio, outdoors and digital. Works on a team to create a full media plan for a client, as well as using research tools to better understand target audience’s media consumption habits and create strategic plans to reach them.
The Intermark intern program was everything I could imagine and more. As a media intern I was able to gain valuable experience that surpassed anything I could learn in classes. I would recommend the program to anyone who wants to gain hands-on experience while having fun doing it.
Learns the basics of PR including writing press releases, planning events, pitching to key media contacts and developing strategic plans. Helps generate ideas for social media content, campaigns and contests while monitoring online mentions and reviews.
If you are looking for real-world PR experience, this internship is the way to go. Your skills will improve throughout the summer—from writing releases, planning events, creating social content, monitoring sites and much more. By the end of the summer, you will have learned far more than you could have ever imagined from a talented group of PR professionals!
To apply, email your resume, cover letter, writing samples and/or design samples or online portfolio – depending, of course, on what you are applying for — to the appropriate email address below. Be sure to let us know about specific classes you have taken or other work or internship experience. Note: Remember, the more we know about you, the higher your chances for making it into the final selection stage.
Application Deadline: February 26, 2016
Interviews: February 29 – March 11, 2016
Offers: March 28 – April 1, 2016
Internship Dates: May 16, 2016 – July 29, 2016
Q: Can I get credit?
A: It all depends on your school. We will be happy to work with your institution if they have a credit-based internship program.
Q: Who do I call for more information?
A: You don’t call. Please review all of the information on this site. If you have a specific question that is not covered on the site, you may email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Resume information emailed to this address will NOT be considered.
Q: When will the selection process happen?
A: Resumes, portfolio links, cover letters and references will be accepted through February 26, 2016. Interviews will be conducted February 29 through March 11, 2016. Offer letters will be sent out the week of March 28, 2016. The internship itself will be from May 16 through July 29, 2016.
Q: What if I need to take a class this summer?
A: Odds are very good that it will be OK. As long as you will not be missing more that 30% of the allotted time to the program. However, it is important that you let us know as early as possible (days of the week and times would be helpful as well).
Q: What if I want to apply for the design position and I don’t have an online portfolio?
A: No problem. If you want to email some digital images of your work, please do so. If not, that’s OK, too. The more we see of what you have to offer, the better; but we will be conducting interviews and we will ask if you can bring a portfolio if/when you interview with us.
Q: If I am not certain of which role I would be best suited for, what should I do?
A: You are more than welcome to submit your information to more than one email address. The selection committees will be made up of managers from various departments within Intermark Group. They will be evaluating candidates for their specialty areas.
Q: Is this a paid internship?
A: This is a paid internship and class credit is available.