Lovell Communications protects brand reputations and helps healthcare companies build and grow their business with marketing creativity and strategic public relations.
We are committed to serving as an important step in the continuing education of future public relations practitioners and business leaders. We believe in mentoring, developing, pushing limits and creating relevant and meaningful work experiences to help kick off a career.
Our interns are an important part of our team, participating in client meetings, staff meetings, brainstorming sessions and company events. We ensure our interns have opportunities both to work independently, often as researchers and writers, and as collaborators, supporting the development of communications plans, promotional campaigns, crisis management efforts and more.
The Marketing & Public Relations Intern responsibilities will include conducting media research, outreach and interaction on behalf of Lovell Communications and its clients; marketing communications; social media research, planning and management; writing and infrastructure support. Our interns are expected to dress professionally and attend internal and external meetings.
Successful interns at Lovell have strong writing skills, are detail oriented, have a team-oriented working style and have both classroom and some ‘real-life’ experience with communications, journalism, public relations or marketing.
Example Range of Duties:
Applicants should have strong writing skills and coursework in marketing, public relations, journalism or other communications disciplines; prior relevant internship experience is valued. Undergraduate applicants must be accepted or currently enrolled in a four-year university or college program. Recent graduates will also be considered.
How to Apply:
To apply, email a letter of interest that includes the dates the candidate will be available for work, a resume and any relevant writing or work samples to:
Lisa Lambert, Office Manager
2021 Richard Jones Road, Suite 310
Nashville, TN 37205
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