We seek highly motivated college Juniors to join our team in Washington, DC for a full-time, paid, 2-month summer 2020 internship. The ideal candidate is looking to gain experience working on consulting engagements for organizations across a wide range of industries, including but not limited to technology, health care, finance and entertainment. Interns will assist associates and senior partners with projects to develop strategies for managing reputations, navigating business and public affairs challenges, and responding to crises. Our team comes from a diverse array of educational backgrounds, with broad representation across liberal arts disciplines as well as within business and economics. They have in common a desire to learn about the reputational challenges that companies face, and how research conducted in the context of the cultural landscape and the market environment can guide the strategic thinking required to drive businesses and their reputations forward.
- Assist in the execution of client engagements, including drafting of memos and PowerPoint decks for clients, development of focus group and survey questionnaires, and ensuring data accuracy
- Participate in company operations, including vendor management, fieldwork execution, and other logistical tasks
- Learn how to develop, implement and analyze qualitative and quantitative studies, such as proprietary polling, focus groups and other research methodologies
- Potential employment upon completion of degree
- Highly organized, has good time management skills and is capable of handling multiple tasks simultaneously
- Possesses strong communication and writing skills and a keen attention to detail
- Thrives under pressure and in fast paced situations
- Works well independently and in team settings
- Has a passion for learning about different industries and the challenges our clients face
- College junior for the 2019-2020 academic year
- Strong academic record
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel
This position is based in Washington, D.C. All candidates must be authorized to work in the United States.