Skip to content


Type: Standard


Starts: Jan. 16, 2020

$ Paid
 Full Time
 Part Time


FleishmanHillard St.  Louis is one of the largest public relations offices in the world.  We deliver integrated communications solutions to clients that draw on expertise across more than 25 disciplines,  including corporate reputation management,  CSR,  financial services,  issues and crisis management,  B2C and B2B marketing,  branding,  creative services,  entertainment and sports,  digital and social media,  healthcare,  internal communications,  public affairs,  technology and research.  The St.  Louis office has depth in each of these communications practices and works closely with offices in the U.S.  Central Region –  along with 80+  offices across the world to form teams that deliver seamless service and effective results for our clients.

FleishmanHillard believes a diverse team brings a wider range of personal and professional experiences and perspectives.  We recognize that diversity and inclusion benefit our agency,  our clients,  and the communities in which we work and live.  To that end,  we strongly encourage applications from women,  people of color,  members of the LGBTQ community,  veterans,  and individuals with disabilities.


FleishmanHillard seeks Content Marketing Interns to join the Creative Content group at our global headquarters in St.  Louis.  The Creative Content group tells brand stories using social channels.  Team members communicate news in 140 characters,  convey a point of view through blog posts,  explain complex ideas through compelling videos,  present dense content through accessible and easy-to-understand infographics,  mobilize brands to engage friends and followers on Facebook and package information for use by all news channels.

Responsibilities include:

  • Create engaging,  shareable content under tight deadlines
  • Developing plans for community engagement
  • Monitoring and spotting trends and translating information into branded news content
  • Conceiving,  writing,  shooting,  editing and producing photo-based content
  • Capitalizing on opportunities within emerging platforms and online communities
  • Delivering multiple assignments on deadline


  • Experienced in creating social media content across multiple channels
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher from a four-year accredited college or university with a preferred major in journalism,  communications,  creative writing or new media
  • Strong writing skills and ability to communicate effectively across all channels
  • Ability to produce content quickly
  • Experience in writing scripts and shooting and editing graphics for social sharing
  • Excellent verbal communication skills with the ability to present ideas and information clearly
  • Detail-oriented,  with outstanding organizational skills
  • Collaborative team player able to integrate with a diverse team
  • Proactive,  creative and independent 

Interested candidates must attach the following items to their online application upon submission:

  • Cover letter expressing interest in the internship program
  • Resume
  • Writing samples (three if possible):  Examples would be something written for a classroom assignment (press release,  pitch letter,  media kit),  a campus newspaper or magazine article,  or an essay,  letter,  or memo of some sort
  • Letter of recommendation from a former teacher,  employer,  or personal reference (teacher or employer are preferred)
  • Transcript (can be unofficial)

Deadline for Spring session submissions:  November 1 

The internship is a paid,  full-time position requiring a commitment of at least five months (January 16 –  May 21,  2020)


Login to Apply »