Do you have what it takes to be a Wongtern?
We are currently evaluating resumes for our Winter term WONGTERN needs. Any resumes and cover letters moving forward will be considered for a January start date.
We typically offer internships — Wongternships, that is — in a variety of roles in both Seattle and LA. Our intern needs are determined based on workload, and on our ability to provide a dedicated supervisor to spend time mentoring each intern. Intern candidates must be at least juniors in college to be considered. Your cover letter must include the following information:
• Why you are interested in WONGDOODY and the advertising role or roles in which you are most interested in gaining experience.
• Three to five bullet points detailing what you want to achieve during your Wongternship.
• Your availability to work on a full-time basis (what months are you available?)
• Which WONGDOODY office (Seattle or LA) you’re interested in.
Optional: Create a Mangle and submit it with your application. What’s a Mangle, you ask? It’s a 6-second video that pokes fun at all the different ways people have mangled the company’s name. Wangdoodle, Wongdong, Wangdaddy. The list goes on. Go to the Wongdoody.com landing page and click on the “!” in our name to see what we’re talking about.
Paste the video’s URL in the “your message to the hiring manager” box on the application page.
For candidates chosen for an interview, we’ll get back to you to let you know about next steps. From time to time, we will also post specific internship openings in the job listings on our career page, so please check back.