Event Planning Internship

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Attack! Marketing
2664 Lacy Street
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: August 28 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 4 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Attack! Marketing is a marketing, staffing, and event planning company. We focus heavily on experiential marketing campaigns that range from guerrilla style to large company hosted events. We work in many different fields from consumer electronics to alcoholic beverages so you will work on a variety of campaigns and learn the different cultures, values, and expectations each field needs.

We are looking for interns for our internship program. We can give class credit and can work with any schedule but prefer someone to have at least 20 hours available and either can work 2 or 3 full days a week. At the end of the 3-6 month program we offer resume help and a wonderful recommendation letter to either scholarships or for future employers based on your amazing work at Attack!

Responsibilities

As Attack! Interns you will learn about the Client Services department day-to-day activities and develop skills in research, recruiting, Excel, project management, production, presentation fabrication and general administration.

Requirements

Qualifications

o Self-motivated, determined and confident
o Interest in marketing, live events, event planning, or project management
o Excellent grammar, creative writing, and communication skills
o Exceptional time management skills, an ability to multi-task and prioritize
o Willingness to learn
o Love of dogs (If you have one, you can totally bring them!)
o Serious research skills
o Available 20+ hours per week to come our office. We prefer full days, but we are flexible with school schedules
o Ping-Pong skills/interest in "harmless" lunch hour tournaments a plus

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