Camp Bernbach 2021 Summer Internship (Project Management)

Project Management Chicago, Illinois


Camp Bernbach at DDB Chicago is a one of a kind summer internship program designed to help aspiring ad men and women blaze trails in a real agency environment. 

You won’t be making copies. Or coffee. You’ll be making moves. Working on some of the best briefs, for some of the biggest clients in the ad industry.

Upon arrival, you’ll be assigned a camp counselor who will help you learn the ropes and make your three-month stay as epic as possible. The best part? No stuffy camp uniform. Just come as you are.

While there’s no guarantee of a full-time position once the program is over, you’ll have a stronger resume and the unique experience of working within DDB.

 What will you receive? 

  • Salary: $18/hr (non-exempt)
  • Hands-on experience working for notable brands.
  • An opportunity to participate in agency learnings and final intern project.
  • Assigned agency mentor (aka camp counselor), who will provide guidance, instruction, and leadership.
  • Professional development opportunities to grow within future careers in advertising, marketing and communication industries.

Important Dates and Info:
The program begins Monday, June 7, 2021 and goes through August 13, 2021.

The Application will close on Friday, March 19th, 2021. 

--We are only accepting to be college juniors, seniors, grads and working professionals at this time--

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