2024 Summer Internship
NEW YORK OR SAN FRANCISCO
Client Services – Internships /
Joele Frank is a leading strategic communications firm. From mergers and acquisitions, to shareholder activism, to crisis communications and other high-stakes situations – we help our clients communicate effectively with their stakeholders when it matters most.
We look for people with a special combination of intelligence, curiosity and talent. Successful candidates are strong writers and thoughtful communicators who thrive on tackling challenging, fast-paced situations in a team-based environment. Any major is welcome. In fact, many of our firm’s professionals come from backgrounds in finance, law and journalism.
Our internship program is an approximately in-office 8-week paid internship. Summer interns will work primarily on project-based teams.
Some responsibilities may include, but not be limted to:
- Drafting and editing press releases and other communications documents for stakeholders, including employees, customers and investors
- Conducting general industry research, research of specific situations and how companies handled them, as well as background research on the firm’s clients or their competitors
- Participating in conference calls
- Monitoring newswires and publications for client-related news, and alerting clients to relevant stories or breaking news that may impact them
- Creating and updating media and analyst lists
Candidates should possess the following:
- Proficiency with office applications (Microsoft applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- The ability to take verbal direction rapidly and accurately
- The ability to effectively organize and prioritize multiple tasks
- The ability to learn quickly under time pressure
- Exceptional attention to detail
- The ability to work well in teams
Originally founded as a Minority and Women-Owned business, Joele Frank values diversity and inclusion and is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. All candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.