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Innis Maggiore is Searching for Part- and Full-Time Interns
We are always accepting resumes for our PAID internship program. Internships can be part- or full-time – we can work around your class schedule. We do ask you to commit at least 20 hours per week. When you submit your resume, please provide your area of interest from the following: 1) digital marketing, 2) web development, 3) graphic/communication design, 4) project management, or 5) copywriting. Please also indicate the year and season for which you are seeking an internship (Spring, Summer or Fall + year).
Please note the following approximate deadlines for each internship season: for Spring internships, please submit your resume, cover letter and when applicable, portfolio (graphic design and web development interns) by September 30. For Summer internships, please submit your information by January 31. For Fall internships, please submit your information by May 31. The agency reserves the right to adjust the above dates without notice.
Email resume, cover letter and when applicable, portfolio PDF or hyperlink to our COO, Mark Vandegrift. No phone calls please.
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