Thank you for visiting our Internship program page. Scaringi Law is looking for Marketing and Communications interns for Summer, Fall, and Spring sessions/semesters.
Our two internship programs are focused on similar, but distinctly different areas.
The Content Development intern will engage in corporate-level research and writing for a myriad of digital and print channels. They may also, depending on major and skill level, be using Adobe Creative Cloud applications for web and print design projects. Skills required are ownership of, and allegiance to, an AP Styleguide, dedication to, and proficiency in, the craft of writing, and a thick skin, because a lot of real-world critiquing and editing will ensue.
The Advertising & Marketing intern will learn how to create, schedule, manage, and evaluate campaigns in both digital and traditional tracts. Graphic design skills are a plus, but being smart, driven, nimble, and thorough are paramount.
Both internships require strong self-discipline skills, and will gain a year's worth of real-world, hands-on, marketing and communications experience in one internship.
Internship hours and days are tailored to the individual intern's class schedule, and are unpaid.
Scaringi Law will provide written feedback on the intern's performance during the internship. A written recommendation will be provided to interns that demonstrate exceptional drive, desire, and commitment.
Your internship mentor is Scaringi Law's Director of Marketing and Communications, Scot Giambalvo. Mr. Giambalvo created an integrated internship program for MODE Magazine, where editorial, production, photography, and marketing interns developed essential business-life-skills, working as a team, tackling real projects. The environment is fast-paced, but nurturing. Immediate feedback and constructive criticism breads future business professionals who can work on their feet, anticipate potential challenges, and will come to have a healthy appreciation for contingency planning.
If you are interested in this opportunity, here are the candidate criteria:
- Internships must be administrated by an educator or advisor at an accredited college or higher-learning institution.
- Candidates must be a currently active, enrolled student at said institution.
- Candidates must have a valid drivers license and reliable transportation.
- General internship outlines will be provided to the administrator before the intern is interviewed.
- Specific internship responsibilities, projected skills to be learned, and schedule will be determined after an internship offer is made.
If you are still interested please tell us where your success in this internship will take you, when you fill-in this CONTACT FORM.