Creative residents should be excited to share their unique vision and voice. That’s what we want to see in your portfolio. It can be campaigns or stunts, doodles or tweets. Just be confident it shows your craft, original ideas, and good instincts. Writers, show us how proud you are of what you think and how you feel, and make us feel it too. Art Directors, show us how to see the world through your artful, bloodshot, highly caffeinated eyes. In short: wow us.
Making copies, busy work, coffee runs - these are some of the things you’ll have absolutely no experience with as part of MullenLowe’s Summer Internship Program. Because you’ll be doing real work. Real, client-paid-for, heading-out-into-the-world-to-catch-attention-and-change-minds work. And you’ll be doing it with some of the most talented people, at one of the biggest name agencies in the business.
A collision of collaborators and integrated concepts. On one open-space floor, writers, artists, animators, technologists, videographers, editors, influencers and incubators come together to imagine and build award-winning creative solutions: websites, social communities, viral videos, feeds, apps, print, TV and whatever our coders come up with next.
We typically offer internships — Wongternships, that is — in a variety of roles in both Seattle and LA. Our intern needs are determined based on workload, and on our ability to provide a dedicated supervisor to spend time mentoring each intern. Intern candidates must be at least juniors in college to be considered.
Optional: Create a Mangle and submit it with your application. What’s a Mangle, you ask? It’s a 6-second video that pokes fun at all the different ways people have mangled the company’s name. Wangdoodle, Wongdong, Wangdaddy. The list goes on. Go to the Wongdoody.com landing page and click on the “!” in our name to see what we’re talking about.
You have unlimited potential and the desire to live up to it. You are hungry to learn and take your skills to the next level. The fire inside of you to fly in the face of fear and destroy convention creates demand for yourself, our clients and space150. As a Junior Design Intern, you help develop breakthrough concepts and create visual solutions for integrated marketing campaigns. You collaborate with more experienced creatives who will guide your work through execution and launch. What you lack in experience, you make up for with your drive. You ask for nothing but you give everything. You have a head full of ideas and a heart full of courage. You see every assignment as an opportunity to showcase your considerable talent to make anything great.