Porter Novelli Internship
Porter Novelli was founded in
Current clients include such well known companies as HP, P&G, Merck, and Johnson and Johnson. PRWeek named us one of the agencies to watch in 2009 and awarded us its Innovation of the Year award for 2009. In 2008 our industry recognition included a PRSA Silver Anvil for “Teensurance,” PR Week Public Sector Campaign of the Year for the “Take Charge Take the Test” HIV-awareness campaign and the Webcast/Creative Product Bronze Sabre for “Depression Is Real.”
Porter Novelli’s New York office is seeking a candidate for an immediate Internship. We work with companies that need help promoting our clients with traditional media capabilities as well as figuring out how best to engage online users using social media. Our team has been charged with becoming leaders in this growing media environment. We invite you to join us to share your passion, energy, and enthusiasm for working in public relations.
To be considered for this internship with Porter Novelli Boston, please apply via our website, www.porternovelli.com. Please provide the following:
1. Cover letter and Resume: Include your GPA. In your cover letter describe why you would be an ideal candidate for the internship.
After all applications are reviewed, top candidates will be invited to meet with our hiring managers and learn more about the organization.
Porter Novelli is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in any aspect of employment against any person on account of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or other eligible veteran, age, marital status, veteran status, or physical or mental handicap unrelated in nature and extent to an individual's ability to perform a job or any other characteristic protected by the employment discrimination laws in any state or political subdivision in which Porter Novelli does business.
Friday, November 11, 2011
Internship, Porter Novelli, New York City
Posted by N Tindall at 8:06 AM