About the Internship
CJRW’s six-week internship begins the first week of June. As a summer intern, you will have the opportunity to learn critical business skills related to the marketing and advertising industry, while gaining fundamental experience in your respective field of interest. At CJRW, you will find yourself in a team-based environment where you will be fully immersed in the agency and contribute to the success of our marketing programs for some of the agency’s biggest clients. You’ll get to do all of this, all while getting paid. The deadline for applications will be March 1st.
Summer interns joining CJRW will learn first-hand how we deliver best-in-class work to meet the business objectives of our clients. In addition, summer interns will be assigned to a particular department, where they will contribute and collaborate within for the duration of the program. Positions are available in the areas of: Account Services, Creative Services, Public Relations, Media, Digital, Social Media, and Business Development.
Requirements and Qualifications
- Good organizational skills and the ability to adapt to deadlines, new assignments, and situations quickly
- Solid verbal and written communication skills
- Knowledge of MS Office and social media platforms
- Junior or senior in college majoring in Advertising, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, or Business
- Ability to work effectively with a variety of people
To be considered for a summer internship, please send a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference the internship program.
My experience interning at CJRW was exceptional. I came in thinking it would be the typical intern experience – make the coffee, run errands, and sit back and observe. Instead, I got to work hands on with client needs and requests, work on my own projects, and be a real CJRW employee during my 6-week internship. The relationships I cultivated during my internship were ones that lasted outside the office, and into my career. If you want to do cool things like tour television studios, record your own intern radio spot, and help out on client photo and TV shoots, this is the internship for you!
-Jaclyn Abramovitz, Intern Class 2014
My internship was one in a million! From taking photos in Hot Springs to making a silly radio commercial. We were able to help Visiting Arkansas by going to different towns and being secret shoppers. We went with the Buzz radio station to Magic Springs and Crystal falls to do the first ever radio broadcast on a roller coaster! On the more serious side, we helped shoot a commercial for Oaklawn. I even got to work first hand with the photographer at the Osborne auctions. I wouldn’t trade any memory or anything I experienced with CJRW.