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Strategy and Communications Intern

🚀 Summer Internship
💻 Remote

AI generated summary

  • You need strong research and copy-writing skills, be proactive and organized, and have the ability to work remotely at least 2 full days a week. Must be enrolled in college and proficient in LinkedIn and Microsoft Office. Flexibility and persistence are key.
  • You will research market trends, analyze competitors, support business leads, attend meetings, draft prospecting sequences, and assist in RFP proposal development.

Summer Internship



  • This is an unpaid, remote, educational internship. Our internship program runs for 12 weeks and provides our interns a hands-on learning experience unparalleled in the classroom. As an intern, you will report directly to a supervisor, explore your career field of interest, gain in-house agency experience, acquire new skills for resume building, and establish vital career networks and mentors. 
  • This internship will directly report to a Sr. Growth Group Operations Manager. The position focuses on new business research and sales support offering candidates the opportunity to better understand the business side of a multi-million-dollar agency.


  • Persistent, positive attitude toward following up and tracking progress
  • Strong research skills
  • Proactive approach to workload and projects
  • Strong copy-writing skills
  • Solid written, verbal, presentation, and analytical skills
  • Organized and detail oriented
  • Flexibility and adaptability to a fast-paced work environment
  • Proficiency in LinkedIn & Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, and Keynote or Power Point)
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment and resourceful in achieving success in the face of ambiguity while prioritizing and managing multiple responsibilities
  • Be currently enrolled in a college/university
  • Must have a personal laptop/computer
  • Must be able to work remotely at least 2 full days a week or 16 hours (availability for Tuesdays 10:30 -11:30am PST is required)
  • Ideal Majors: Business, Marketing, Communications

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • Research and analyze industry/market trends, and new business opportunities using various research methodologies.
  • Keep up to date on target vertical brand’s marketing activity (i.e. product launches, releases, anniversaries, sponsorships, holidays, etc.).
  • Conduct comprehensive brand research for use in proactive ideation and for specific project briefs.
  • Support preparation for capabilities meetings including in-depth research on new business leads and prospects, creating custom materials, etc.
  • Attend and take notes in capabilities presentations and RFP briefing calls.
  • Complete new incoming RFP documents for circulation with the new business approvals team.
  • Seek and analyze competitor sales materials.
  • Detailed note taking in all meetings including, monthly meetings with the CEO & Founder of the company.
  • Draft and manage prospecting sequences including tracking responses, calls, meetings, opportunities, etc.
  • Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Assist the Sr. Manager, New Business with RFP proposal development.
  • Complete RFP specific research.
  • Join RFP brainstorms, work sessions, and reviews, and assist in note taking.
  • Assist with proofing proposals as needed.


Work type

Full time

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