Elisco’s Creative Café is seeking self-motivated students or recent grads that want to gain agency experience. Interns will be focusing on Elisco as their main client, as well as assisting on select client projects as needed. Over the years, some of the agency’s best interns have been offered full-time positions at the agency. Currently, three former interns work at the agency.
The internship will run from Monday, June 4th to Friday, August 3rd and is typically two to three days a week. Internship time frames are flexible and can be tailored to the student’s schedule. Internships are unpaid and are preferably for college credit. Positions are available in the following roles:
The copywriting intern will work with the creative team to develop concepts and copy for Elisco and select clients. This intern will also assist with proofing copy and final art.
The account management intern will work with the account team to manage Elisco’s social media accounts, as well as write briefs, press releases and proof creative. They will also help with any agency events.
The design intern should have experience with InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. They will be assisting the creative team with Elisco social media, as well as designing and concepting.
The business development intern is ideal for someone with an academic focus on business management and sales. The intern will analyze markets and help identify business strategies and opportunities for clients and prospects. They will also write briefs, press releases, proof creative and help with agency events. The responsibilities also include some prospecting in the agency’s Salesforce database.
To apply, send your resume and any relevant work samples (if applicable) to Laura Shirley: email@example.com by February 19th. Please note the role(s) that are of interest to you and let us know how you heard about this opportunity.
Laura Shirley, Associate Art Director
Laura is a graduate of California University of Pennsylvania where she earned a B.S. in Graphic Design. While at Cal, she led the campus’ vanguard student-run design firm Studio 224. Laura is a member of Pittsburgh’s AIGA chapter.