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The Raquel Zarin Summer Internship Program

The Ad Council is hosting a paid, 10-week, remote, summer internship program from June - August with placements across various departments. We’re looking for summer interns from around the country who will bring diverse backgrounds, skills and perspectives to the Ad Council. Over the course of the internship, our interns will gain applicable work experience, contribute to real, client-facing projects, develop solid time management skills and learn how to maintain a healthy work/life balance.
Our internship program is in honor of Raquel Zarin, a beloved employee, mentor and friend at the Ad Council. Raquel passed away in 2021 but left behind a legacy of grace, courage, hard work and great fun that we strive to emulate. She nurtured young talent, championed DEI, fought for immigration rights and was passionate about the importance of health equity. These are all principles that we hold in high esteem, and values that we want our future interns to establish during their time with us and beyond.

Applications for 2024 are now open! Feel free to apply to as many roles as you'd like. The deadline to submit your application(s) is March 15th.

Our teams will start reviewing all candidates once applications close. Interviews are slated to kick off in April, and we aim to have our summer interns selected by the beginning of May.

We're excited to get to know you better! Don't hesitate to reach out to internships@adcouncil.org if you have any questions. Looking forward to connecting with you!

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