Brian Communications Spring 2022 Internship Application
Nimble, creative and passionately focused on elevating the organizations, events and leaders that make the Philadelphia region – and beyond – go, Brian Communications is seeking a Public Relations Intern to help deliver strategic, dynamic ideas (and high-profile results), which are the hallmark of a Brian Tierney-led agency.
This is a paid internship opportunity, and we are happy to work with schools to fulfill credit requirements.
Please fill out the application below for consideration in the Spring 2022 semester. The application will be closed on November 5, 2021. In addition to the application, please send your resume to Jonathan Schumacher:
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• Currently seeking college seniors and graduate students; juniors may be considered for future terms
• Ability to be on-site in our Center City office a minimum of 2 days a week during January – April 2022
• Demonstrate proof of vaccination for COVID-19
• Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
• Ability to prioritize multiple projects
• Capable of handling information in a confidential, objective and professional manner
First and Last Name
How would you describe yourself in roughly 280 characters (aka the length of a tweet)?
Briefly describe a part of your college career you are most proud of.
What kind of daily tasks, assignments and projects have you worked on in previous internships, if any?
What does "strategic communications" mean to you?
What areas of strategic communications are you most interested in?
Social Media Strategy/Influencer Marketing
What interests you most about Brian Communications?
We always encourage our interns to "think big," so here's your chance to do that! In less than 400 words, showcase your ideas for the following real world scenario:
You are working with a local nonprofit that advocates for access to children’s literature led by an acclaimed activist. The nonprofit is announcing a mobile community library that will provide books across the city to address the accessibility gap in many Philadelphia neighborhoods. What are the top three ways you would help spread the word?
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