Communications Strategist Intern (New York)
- Filing papers.
- Getting coffee.
- Making copies.
- Organizing closets.
- Answering phones.
- Working for free…
Sound like a great internship?
We don’t think so either.
maslansky + partners is a language strategy firm that believes it’s not what you say that matters, it’s what your audience hears. As a firm with political roots, our approach combines behavioral science with proven communication principles to develop an actionable language strategy for our clients.
At our internship, you will utilize analytical skills regularly, help strategize during brainstorming sessions, and work on products that ultimately make it into the hands of clients at Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, and political agencies.
As part of our intern team, you will handle a diverse range of duties, including but not limited to:
- contributing to new business pitches
- developing client presentations
- researching public policy issues
- creating comprehensive industry audits
- assisting with focus group preparation, execution and follow-up
- monitoring media coverage of current and potential clients
maslansky + partners offers part time opportunities during the school year and summer. Interns receive hourly pay and are required to work 2-5 days per week, but hours are flexible. Oh… and free lunch on Mondays!
WHO IS A GOOD FIT?
Who is a good fit for our company? Bright, driven, independent students interested in gaining real-world experience in a small, fun office in NYC. We look for interns who are driven and willing to get involved in every area of our projects.
Relevant skills include:
- online research techniques
- strong written and verbal communication
- proficiency with the full Microsoft Office Suite
Please note that we accept applications for internships on the following schedule:
- For spring semester internships: November
- For summer internships: February
- For fall semester internships: July
+ send your resume to NYinternship@maslansky.com.
(Please include your last name and the position in the subject line)