NYC Summer Intern 2017


Strategic Planning




Making copies, busy work, coffee runs - these are some of the things you’ll have absolutely no experience with as part of MullenLowe’s Summer Internship Program. Because you’ll be doing real work. Real, client-paid-for, heading-out-into-the-world-to-catch-attention-and-change-minds work. And you’ll be doing it with some of the most talented people, at one of the biggest name agencies in the business.

MullenLowe's planning team believes the most successful brands are useful, likeable and interesting. So we focus our clients on becoming valuable conversation topics, not on interrupting existing ones. We look to champion a purpose people care about and build brand relevance, to penetrate consumer indifference and become a productive part of their lives, to unearth media insights and social media habits to surprise, amaze and delight, to reduce tensions and pull the conversation toward our brand and in our favor, and to find ways to be startlingly useful and endear consumer gratitude. We know likeability not only feels good, it also builds businesses.

MullenLowe’s Summer Internship Program is a 10-week paid internship from June 5th to August 11th.


Please answer 2 of the 3 application questions in 500 words or less and attach the responses to your application.

1. Tell us a fun, random bit of trivia about yourself. What would your personal hashtag be?
2. Identify a brand campaign you relate to and describe why (no bonus points awarded for being one of ours).
3. MullenLowe often works with challenger brands (those that do not hold the market share in their category). How have you challenged something established? Why (or why didn’t) you succeed?

Applicants must be a member of the Class of 2017, Class of 2018 or a Current Graduate School Student.

You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.

We are an eoe and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, age, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, veteran status or on the basis of disability.