Nike Communications Public Relations Fall 2020 Internship
Nike Communications Public Relations Internship
Who We Are
We Are Storytellers.
A creative communications agency specializing in the marketing of luxury and prestige brands.
From high-level feature stories in influential media to innovative programs, partnerships and events that drive conversation online, we devise clever strategies and create inspired content to reach the right audiences and build brands.
Our Award-winning teams work with brands across all luxury industries.
A Junior or Senior passionate about a career in public relations. You are creative, have good writing and interpersonal skills and strong attention to detail. You should be able to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment. You should be available to work 15-20 hours a week (Two full days minimum) and be familiar with most of the following: Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Media/Fashion Trends, Graphic Design.
This internship program is designed to guide you from university straight into the world of public relations. We assign each intern to his/her own supervisor/mentor. That person will brief interns on their client's PR plan -- strategy, tactics, objectives, target audience and key messaging. You will learn how to use specialized databases to build media lists, conduct media relations from print to digital using proven pitching techniques and manage time and priorities.
Some additional internship responsibilities would be coordinating deliveries, clipping and copying essential press clippings, participating in brainstorming, just to name a few.
This will be a virtual internship. To enhance the program, we also set weekly programming that provide access and learning from members of our leadership team and staff. We want to make sure our interns get the most out of their experience.
This internship is unpaid and therefore students must be eligible to receive credit through their university for the program.
The internship will begin on Monday, September 14th and go through the middle of December. Students must commit to a minimum of two full days with a maximum of two and half days of work.