Marketing Internship Program
Do Actual Marketing
THINK INTERNSHIP + MENTORSHIP WITH REAL CLIENT WORK
Kickstart Collective provides a new kind of internship program. A small group of marketing students make up a portion of our agency and actually DO the work with some guidance from marketing professionals. No running to pick-up the “adults” coffee here. In fact, we’ll bring you the coffee at our regularly scheduled teaching (aka mentoring) sessions.
Due to COVID-19, our summer session is post-poned until further notice.
Apply for the Kickstart Collective Intern Program. Now accepting applications for our Fall 2020 Session.
Marketing Intern Program
Here’s How It Works
Each semester Kickstart Collective brings on a new group of marketing students and 2-3 new small business clients specifically for the Intern Program. From there, the students are given specific roles within the agency – think Digital Marketing Manager, Brand Strategist, Account Manager, etc. Once a week the agency meets up for that week’s “marketing class” to learn the ends-and-outs of a specific topic or platform AND collaborates on the client projects. The students, guided by marketing professionals, will develop, create and execute the client’s marketing plans.
Spring 2020 Session
Meet The Intern Team
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a paid internship?
First-round students are paid a flat project rate for the semester. Additionally, this is a major resume builder! You are receiving serious marketing education at no cost. You’ll learn the necessary marketing skills that you don’t learn (or at least not in-depth) in school. You will receive marketing templates and resources for future use. And, at this internship, we bring you the coffee!
Once you complete your first session, you are welcome to apply for a second session. Second session students will be set up with an hourly rate based on their performance and skill levels. Second round students will take on more of a leadership/strategy position.
The pay will vary from semester to semester based on the number of clients and projects.
What if I hate group projects?
Now if you don’t like group projects because you don’t like working with people, then I suggest finding a new career path. 🙂