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Public Relations Intern

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Washington, DC

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  • College junior or above with 3.0 GPA, strong communication and critical thinking skills, ability to multitask, interest in PR, thrive in fast-paced environment. Open to all majors.
  • Supporting various practice groups at FleishmanHillard, the Public Relations Intern will work on media monitoring and pitching, conducting industry research, aiding in new business proposals, drafting written content, and collaborating with account staff on various projects to gain experience in the communications industry.

Off-cycle Internship

MarketingWashington, DC


  • FleishmanHillard offers college juniors, seniors, recent college graduates, and graduate school students the opportunity to learn from leading public relations experts through a comprehensive internship program. The substantive work experience and solid professional training interns gain through this program create a strong foundation for their budding careers.


  • Interns must be a college junior or above with a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Applicants should have excellent communication and critical thinking skills and be able to multitask and thrive in a fast-paced environment. While a strong interest in public relations is a must, our internship is not exclusive to public relations or communications majors.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Third Year
Final Year

Area of Responsibilities



  • Each intern is assigned a point person and works primarily within one of FleishmanHillard’s practice groups, listed below. Interns are expected to work with professionals in their practice groups and others around the office to understand our clients’ various industries. Interns experience multiple facets of the communications industry and engage with account staff on various projects, including research, writing, event coordination and staffing, media relations, and creative brainstorming. Responsibilities of the public relations intern include media monitoring and pitching, research related to client industries and new business, supporting case studies and proposals related to new business, drafting and editing press releases, talking points, memos, social media posts, and other written content.
  • All candidates applying for an internship supporting the following teams may do so via this listing, and our team will identify candidates based on experience relevant to each team:
  • Brand Marketing
  • Public Affairs
  • Corporate Reputation


Work type

Full time

Work mode



Washington, DC