Have you ever imagined a professional environment that reeks of creativity?
No cubicles. No dry atmosphere. No rigid chain of command. Just real people working in an open, unique and creative space that allows individuals to stand out AND collaborate at the same time.
I had always thought it would be fun to work at a place like this, but I didn’t know where to look.
Then I discovered, applied for and eventually accepted a fall 2013 internship at Agency Entourage.
From the beginning, I knew this place was different. I loved the creative atmosphere and professional environment.
By working with Interactive Producers, such as Michael Haake, I gained real world experience and learned what it’s like to have a “client” every day. I also learned what it takes to discover and meet a client’s needs as a full-service digital marketing agency. I learned how to communicate with several types of audiences by developing unique content in the form of engaging social posts and informative blogs.
On top of all of the daily requirements, I owned a special project over the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination, which will be live later this week.
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, coming to work in the big city was always exciting and I never felt like “just an intern.” Sure, I was asked to do random tasks from time to time but my main role was as a team member and I was regularly asked to sit in on creative brainstorming sessions and client meetings.
I can’t explain everything that I experienced here at Agency Entourage in words but I can say I gained a wealth of knowledge about new things I know will help me in my future career in the marketing industry. From SEO strategy, Facebook Analytics, to trips to the Underground, I have a much better grasp about what #AgencyLife is all about.
If you’re a Marketing, PR, or Advertising student, I definitely recommend checking this internship out! Email your resume to email@example.com. There’s nothing better than being creative while having fun. Agency Entourage offers that and more.
Oh yeah, did I mention fun?