Calling all interns! Seventeen is looking for Winter Marketing Interns in New York City.
See below for details and how to apply!
SEVENTEEN – MARKETING INTERNSHIP
(Winter 2014 Term, For Credit / Unpaid)
-Will train with the Creative Services Managers and marketing staff at Seventeen on project-based advertiser proposals and program executions (e.g., creating custom blog posts, sweepstakes, videos, photo shoots, etc. for advertisers)
-May attend informational “Lunch and Learns” with the Seventeen Editor in Chief, Ann Shoket, Seventeen Publisher, Jayne Jamison, and members of the Seventeen Marketing and Advertising teams
-Assist with organizing and executing promotional events (e.g., casting models, stylists, photographers, etc. for advertiser, mall and campus events)
-Assist with organizing promotional event collateral (cover blow ups, gift bags, counter signage, etc.)
-Assist with Seventeen’s contest and sweepstakes execution (e.g., contacting winners and organizing prizing)
-Help manage Seventeen’s online promotional listings with staff
-Assisting with the upkeep of the Seventeen’s promotional social media sites, including our Style Pro Facebook page and promotional YouTube channel
-Help research and brainstorm with the Marketing team for upcoming promotional programs
NOTE: All intern applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college and be able to receive college credit for the internship. The Seventeen Marketing internship is an unpaid internship opportunity.
-If interested, please forward your resume, cover letter, and dates of availability in the winter to email@example.com.
Please include answers to following questions in the body of your email (NOTE: there is no minimum or maximum word limit to your responses).
-Have you ever read Seventeen? If so, what is your favorite thing about the magazine? If not, why not?
-Articulate your interest in marketing and advertising.
-What ad campaign/promotion has stuck in your head recently and made you think about and/or purchase a product? Why?
-What challenges do you believe face the magazine publishing industry today, and in what ways do you think these challenges can be conquered?
-Why do you feel like you would be an ideal candidate for a Seventeen Marketing Internship?