2013 Marketing Internships
An internship is the best way to bridge the gap between high school and a great job. Internships can help you learn about marketing from experienced co workers and help you decide whether a career in marketing is the right choice for your career. While working at an internship, you can also make valuable connections and provide references should you choose to follow a sales or marketing profession. The marketing field offers many diverse disciplines such as advertising, branding, design as well as online skills and techiniques, includingwebsite development, email marketing, blogging and public relations. Use internshipto help decide exactly where you want to focus, as the diverse nature of marketing can open many doors should your career necessitate it. Marketing intern opportunities generally center around the major mteropolitan areas of the United States; New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco, so plan accordingly for both financial impact of these more costly locations as well as moving expenses. Summer internships for marketing interns are pretty common, but don't expect to be heading up the company at the end of a three-month stint! Many times interns in large advertising agencies work from the bottom up. Experience in marketing is the key to offering value and creativity to the team.