Nov 24, 2020

Marketing and Ad Agency Seeks Creative and Tech-Savvy Intern

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Creative Juice Marketing and Ad Agency is currently accepting applications for high school students interested in an 8-week summer internship program. Creative Juice interns will get the opportunity to experience what it's like to work at a multi-faceted, fast-paced agency whose clients include food and beverage corporations, large retail stores, health and wellness brands, and Hollywood movie studios. 

Interested applicants should be creative, intuitive, out-of-the-box thinkers who are up-to-date with the latest cultural trends and emerging fads. Experience in writing, drawing, journalism, graphic design, VR or coding is a plus. 

All interns will get to participate in weekly team meetings, brainstorming sessions, and team-building lunches as well as intern-only panels with different departments. Interns will rotate across several different marketing campaigns and will have limited say in their assignments. 

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range



Last year we received an overwhelming response with 200 applicants for only 12 spots. 

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

Interns should be comfortable working with Microsoft Office and various email applications. Experience in various graphic design software or coding is a plus but not required. Interns will be given a laptop to use for the duration of their internship. 

Time Commitment

Interns will be expected to work Monday – Friday from 9am to 5:30pm, with a one-hour break for lunch. 

Application Deadline

May 15th

Application Process Includes

All applicants will be asked to provide the following information in their application:

1. A one-page cover letter explaining your interest in the internship and why you think you're a good fit/what you hope to learn

2. A brief resume outlining any other internship, volunteer, or leadership positions you've had

Short paragraph answers to the following questions:

1. What is the best/most memorable marketing/advertising campaign you've ever encountered. Why do you think it was so successful/memorable?

2. What is one arena in which you think marketing/advertising as an industry hasn't exploited its full potential or is falling behind? For example, maybe you think traditional TV commercials are outdated or we should advertise using drones.

The top applicants will be invited to our offices for an in-person interview with our intern manager, Cheryl Littleton.