Filament Marketing, located in the heart of Madison, is excited to once again offer a summer internship experience in 2014.
Are you a student with a passion for, and experience in, the agriculture industry? Are you interested in agriculture marketing and communications? If you answered yes to these questions, Filament Marketing is the place for you. Qualified applicants should be a college junior or senior in agricultural journalism, agricultural marketing/business, animal science, communications or a related field.
This well-rounded internship will offer one lucky student the opportunity to build his or her agri-marketing portfolio. The marketing communications intern will:
*Be involved with a variety of exciting advertising, public relations and marketing projects for our clients.
*Network with industry experts and influencers.
*Work in an exciting environment with a fun team that is enthusiastic about the agricultural industry and rooted in strategy.
*Work within walking distance to the downtown Madison district and close proximity to the University of Wisconsin campus.
"Our internship program provides real-world agri-marketing experience to students as they prepare for their future career," says Ed Peck, president of Filament Marketing. "We learn as much from our interns as they learn from us. It is a great way to give back to future generations of agri-marketers."
The full internship description is available at: http://bit.ly/1cbKkCG.
Interested individuals should send their current resume and cover letter to Buffy Sacia at [email protected] no later than Nov. 29.
Founded in 2004, Filament Marketing is a strategic marketing and management firm focused on the advancement and success of its clients. Strongly and specifically involved in dairy, livestock and general agricultural industry markets, Filament Marketing works closely with clients seeking innovative marketing ideas and insight. Filament Marketing's expertise is built on continued, hands-on involvement in the agriculture markets it serves and its dedication to strong client relationships.
Source: Filament Marketing