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Aigner Prensky Marketing
214 Lincoln St. Suite 300
DescriptionWe are a small, fast-paced public relations/marketing agency where “nothing is impossible” and “there’s no such thing as a bad idea.” We love ideas here at Aigner/Prensky Marketing Group, and, as you can imagine, our clients love them too!
That’s one of the reasons we’ve been around for twenty-five years. And, now’s your opportunity to join us for an internship experience that we guarantee will have you prepared for an entry-level PR/marketing position with virtually any company in any market.
ResponsibilitiesOur interns get true hands-on experience. It’s our policy that interns be treated like full-time employees. No coffee runs or standing at the copier for hours. Nope. That doesn’t happen here because we believe that you’re here to learn and there’s not much you can learn at the copier!
Here’s a preview of what you’ll get to do with us:
Work with social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest (and not get in trouble for doing it on work time)
Build media lists and conduct vital background research and create your own media relations
Write press releases, pitches, blog posts other media materials
Learn to plan and execute events
Learn about and help develop media partnerships and added value
You’ll even get to participate in client meetings and share your ideas. You’re truly a part of the team!
Our internships are unpaid but we do offer college credit. Part-time or full-time options available depending on your schedule.
RequirementsOur internships are writing intensive, and qualified candidates must be creative, aggressive and confident in every aspect. You’ll spend every day here interacting on some level with the two principals of the company, as well as the staff.
That means you’ll get to work first-hand with PR professionals who have a collective 60-plus years of experience and are happy to give you guidance. You may even have the chance to pet one of our two small dogs (that is when they’re not busy digging through the trash or sleeping on top of each other).