We believe an organization’s authentic story is its most powerful marketing asset. We help our clients uncover, develop and share their authentic story, to move hearts and minds and deliver results.
At WordWrite, we believe the best in each other; want the best for each other and expect the best from each other.
We strive to be a trusted partner of our clients. We have a natural curiosity when it comes to understanding our clients, their industry and their challenges. We go the extra mile and exceed expectations, with clients and with our partners and business contacts. We share and celebrate success!
Your Opportunity: WordWrite’s Internship Program
WordWrite seeks talented and self-motivated students looking to make an impact in digital, social media and public relations. This is a part-time, paid internship for juniors and seniors in college. If you’re interested in applying, we’re looking for majors in communications, journalism, public relations, marketing, writing or a related course of study. You may also receive academic credit for our internship.
WordWrite interns are given the opportunity learn, grow and thrive in an agency setting. Projects include expanding the digital presence of the agency and empowering the creative freedom to implement their own ideas and earn Inbound Marketing certification through HubSpot. The intern will assist agency staff in work for both the agency and clients in writing, inbound marketing, social media, media relations with supervision from the account executives and account supervisors.
WordWrite interns are capable of coming up with their own ideas and presenting them during weekly meetings. Our interns are involved in many different projects and gain a deeper understanding of the communications field, preparing them for a successfully career.
The Intern Role:
You connect with people quickly in an outgoing, friendly manner. You employ persuasive communication skills to gain the interest and involvement of others on your team. You have an extreme sense of urgency, combined with a drive to get work done in complete, accurate detail and in accordance with WordWrite standards and policies. You have a strong sense of duty and a feeling of responsibility for completing work both quickly and correctly.
Successful WordWrite interns are great writers and have working knowledge of social media platforms; you’re always looking for ways to improve your skills. Since PR and communications is a fast-paced industry, change is an ongoing part of this job that you embrace with the support and guidance of management. On a daily basis, you will:
The ideal Intern will have:
The successful candidate will enjoy WordWrite’s culture, including:
Think you have what it takes? Take these steps to make it happen! First, get smart on everything WordWrite by using our website, following us on Twitter and LinkedIn, liking us on Facebook and subscribing to our blog. Then, send a resume and cover letter to Robin Rectenwald (firstname.lastname@example.org). We're always looking for bright students to join our team.