Copywriter Intern (Atlanta)
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Do you consider yourself a creative storyteller with solid writing chops? Do you want to work for an award-winning marketing collective with an array of national clients? Phase 3 Marketing and Communications is seeking a qualified copywriter intern who is a creative, organized and driven writer to assist our team.

Candidates should be highly self-motivated and prepared to work in a fast-paced, deadline driven team environment. Ideally, the candidate should be interested in obtaining a position in copywriting and/or content strategy upon graduation and will complete the internship having gained broad experience in several marketing disciplines. In addition, the following attributes are encouraged:

  • Promising creative ability.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Willingness to experiment, learn, and grow creatively.
  • Great at time management skills and ability to thrive in fast paced, quick turnaround,  deadline driven environment.
  • Ability to recognize and adapt to changing conditions, including redefining his or her responsibilities as appropriate.
  • A team player with a can do attitude, always willing to go above and beyond and give 110%.
  • The right candidate must be able to work between 30-40 hours a week.

VALUE-DRIVEN RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Craft strong messaging and captivating stories.
  • Assisting with projects, campaigns, proposals, implementation, etc.
  • Generate and curate content for agency and social media initiatives.
  • Attending meetings and training sessions related to position.
  • Gaining exposure to each of Phase 3’s Centers of Excellence including: Branding, Marketing, PR, Digital and Print.
  • Managing a full project workload and effectively meeting deadlines.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Undergraduate student who is majoring in advertising, marketing, journalism, or relevant field.
  • Interested in pursuing an unpaid internship to receive college credit.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • 30-40 hours per week for a full semester.