Monday, August 15, 2011

Ruder Finn D.C. – Fall Intern Opportunity, Ruder Finn, Washington, D.C.

Ruder Finn D.C. – Fall Intern Opportunity, Ruder Finn, Washington,

Ruder Finn, an international, full-service public relations firm, is
looking for an intern in its Washington, D.C., office for Fall 2011.
Ideal applicants will be recent graduates or college students in their
senior year studying communications, public relations, marketing or
another relevant field.

The internship is paid. If preferred, Ruder Finn will work with
students to obtain academic credit. While there is no specific
requirement for the number of hours worked, preference will be given to
applicants available to work a greater number of hours per week.

For the duration of your internship, you will become an integral part of
a team and will work on tasks that prepare you for a full-time position
in the field. This exciting and fast-paced internship will include
multiple responsibilities that support office clients. Activities can
include the following, among many others:

Writing and editing press materials
Compiling media lists
Ongoing media relations
Conducting research on clients, relevant issues and
current affairs
Actively participating in team brainstorms and new
business development efforts

Ruder Finn is one of the largest privately-owned public relations
agencies in the world. Headquartered in New York City, the agency serves
the global and local communication needs of more than 250 corporations,
governments and nonprofit organizations.

The Washington, D.C., office, located near the Farragut North Metro
station, has a small, dynamic and passionate team of communications
professionals who place a high priority on using problem-solving skills,
ingenuity and imagination to help clients achieve real business results.
Clients represent a wide-range of industries, but many are
environmentally-focused or nonprofit organizations focused on making the
world a better place.

Ruder Finn D.C. interns play a significant role in the office, with
substantive responsibility and opportunities. Although administrative
functions will be a part of the job, it is not the majority of what
interns are asked to do. Many interns in our D.C. office have also gone
on to become full time members of our team.

If interested in applying for an internship with Ruder Finn’s
Washington, D.C., office, please send a resume highlighting
communication experience or skills to Megan Griffin at Any questions about the position or applying can
also be directed to 202-466-7800.

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