Madison, Wis. [October 11, 2017]– Filament, located in the heart of Madison, Wis., is seeking its 2018 summer intern.
“If you’re passionate about marketing and communications, love agriculture and have hands-on experience working with animals then an internship at Filament might just be for you,” says Kristi Olson, marketing executive with Filament. “Our internship provides students real-world marketing and communications experiences.”
Qualified applicants should be college juniors or seniors studying agricultural journalism, agricultural marketing/business, animal science, communications or a related field.
Filament summer intern opportunities include:
Involvement with a variety of advertising, public relations, media and marketing projects.
Networking with industry experts and influencers.
Working with a fun team that is enthusiastic about the future of agriculture.
Gaining knowledge of marketing materials development, social media, production and printing processes.
“Filament is proud to offer a summer internship experience to help students prepare for their future careers,” says Olson. “Our internship program gives students the chance to use what they have learned in the classroom and implement it in the real world.”
A full description of the internship position along with application details can be found here: http://bit.ly/2xwx4JE. Interested individuals should apply by October 31, 2017.
Founded in 2004, Filament 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 works closely with clients seeking innovative marketing ideas and insight. Filament’s expertise is built on continued, hands-on involvement in the agriculture markets it serves and its dedication to strong client relationships.
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