Fast Horse Seeks InternNovember 9, 2015
By Tony Kirwin, VP Operations / General Counsel
Fast Horse is seeking a talented, ambitious person to join our growing agency as an intern.
We are looking for a recent college grad, or someone with post-college experience, who wants to dive into the integrated marketing world, with smarts and creativity. Someone who thrives in a fast-paced atmosphere and enjoys thinking beyond the obvious. Advertising, marketing, or public-relations experience is a plus.
The internship is a three-month, paid, full-time (40 hours) stint that could lead to a permanent position. You’ll get experience working on a variety of accounts under the watchful eyes of a mix of Fast Horse’s finest. Along the way, you’ll soak up the methods and madness that have earned us a reputation as an innovative shop that delivers stellar results.
How to Apply
Send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Fast Horse Internship.” Attach a cover letter that describes your creativity and relevant qualifications along with your resume. Be sure to include any links to your personal website, writing samples, or other relevant information you’d like us to consider.
We’ll cull through the candidates and ask qualified applicants to participate in a creative challenge -– a writing assignment of our invention designed to showcase your creativity and demonstrate how you think. After reviewing the responses, we’ll ask finalists to come in for interviews before making an offer.
About Fast Horse
Fast Horse is an innovative, integrated marketing agency offering a full range of traditional and non-traditional marketing services. We have a reputation for creativity and a track record of producing results.
At Fast Horse, we believe interns and internships matter. We put a lot of emphasis on cultivating entry-level talent because we believe internships, more often than not, are the ticket to discovering who you are and to finding your way in the professional world. Over the years we’ve seen it happen time and again. Could the next Fast Horse intern be you?