Calling all brainiacs, mavericks, artists, entrepreneurs, innovators and chameleons!
We’re looking for college juniors from all majors, with a demonstrated passion for marketing communications. This may be evidenced by relevant course work, internships, or extra-curricular activities.
Who we are:
Ogilvy & Mather (ogilvy.com) is one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world. Through its specialty units, the company provides a comprehensive range of marketing services including: advertising; public relations and public affairs; branding and identity; shopper and retail marketing; healthcare communications; direct, digital, promotion, relationship marketing. Ogilvy & Mather services Fortune Global 500 companies as well as local businesses through its network of more than 450 offices in 120 countries. It is a WPP company (NASDAQ: WPPGY.)
Ogilvy Summer Interns will learn the advertising business by supporting a team, like an apprenticeship. That means doing anything that moves the project forward, including work on research, media, creative, and production projects. You will participate in an ongoing project with other interns, designed to challenge and supplement your on-the-job learning, while giving you exposure to some of our most prominent leaders.
Potential internship opportunities will be within the following disciplines:
|• Program (Account) Management
|• New Business
• Interactive Project Management
We offer you:
|• 10-week paid internship (June to August 2011)
• Hands on learning experience
• Weekly seminars
|• Opportunity to work with the best and the brightest
• Networking with industry thought leaders
• Excellent verbal and writing skills
• Self-motivated, self-starter
• Demonstrated leadership skills
How to apply:
You must be a college junior to apply. For Summer 2011, application details will be available December-January on http://careers.ogilvy.com.
What you’ll do:
During the summer, Interns are exposed to a wide range of disciplines across the agency through weekly seminars. Additionally, each intern is assigned a mentor and is encouraged to attend networking events with Associates and other agency employees. From the start, interns are split up in teams for the final project. Each team must leverage the knowledge acquired through the weekly seminars and meetings with other Ogilvy employees to put together a client pitch. The final judging panel includes client representatives and Ogilvy’s Chairman.