Crain’s New York Business recently named Peppercomm "Best Place to Work in New York City" (topping notable companies as Microsoft, MetLife and EMC2 from a myriad of industries) and said: “…Peppercomm offers employees a bunch of reasons to love where they work. The firm provides lots of opportunities for professional development…a wide swath to innovate…and an official Fun Committee to ensure a good time for all.” We also offer our employees comp time, remote working options and a sophisticated medical and 401(k) plan.
We’re always seeking curious, creative and fun-loving talent to join the Peppercomm crew. Send your resumes and credentials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Peppercomm is constantly seeking outgoing and motivated candidates for its internship program. Ideal candidates are creative, organized, have a basic understanding of public relations and have strong communication and writing skills. The internship is very hands-on and interns will be responsible for conducting research for existing clients and new business development, media relations, news monitoring, account administration and general office support.
The internship runs full-time (Monday-Friday, 9am-5:30pm) and it is a paid position. Peppercomm hires interns three times each year. Typically lasting three to four months, internship sessions include:
Spring: January-April (Deadline to apply: November 1)
Summer: May-August (Deadline to apply: March 15)
Fall/Winter: September- December (Deadline to apply: July 5)
If you are interested in applying for an internship at Peppercomm's New York or San Francisco office, please send your resume with a cover letter to Kristin Davie at email@example.com.
To find out more about life as a Peppercomm intern, check out this podcast produced by former Peppercomm interns who share their experiences.
Check out PRiscope, Peppercomm’s blog about navigating the journey of entry-level PR.