2022 Creative-Production Summer Intern

Posted Date 2 months ago(11/16/2021 9:00 AM)
Requisition ID
US-NY-New York


Ogilvy is looking for the next generation of leaders, innovators, and problem-solving minds. Those who dare to play, who never stop learning and value ideas over egos.


Your own curiosity has gotten you this far, now see if it can earn you a spot in the Ogilvy creative-production summer internship program. 


This is not a job-shadow, coffee-schlepping internship.


At Ogilvy, we throw interns into REAL client work, briefs, agency projects.


Summer creative-production interns act as our junior level staff, so you need to be ready to jump right in and prove yourself!


What's exciting is that Ogilvy has a 70% conversion rate of creative-production interns to full-time employees. 


You don't need to have portfolio school experience or a traditional online portfolio.

However, you are required to upload creative documents, social or creative site link(s) proving your creative and/or production abilities.


  • Are you a VISUAL THINKER
    • Example roles: Conceptual Art Director, Graphic Designer, Content Art Director, Content Designer, UI/UX Designer


  • Are you good with WORDS? 
    • Example roles: Conceptual Copywriter, Content Copywriter, B2B Copywriter


  • Do you like helping BRING IDEAS TO LIFE? 
    • Example roles: Content Creator/Videographer, Content Creator/Photographer, Content Creator/Motion Graphics, Producer, Editor


Locations for interning: NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, DC, Denver

*Note, not all offices will have creative & production interns.


The Ogilvy team will be reviewing applications on-going through the Spring 2022 as spots remain available and more specific timing to come. Also, as much as we would love to speak with everyone who is interested, it's not possible, so someone will be in touch with you about any next steps. 


Best of luck!


Please note: undergraduate junior or seniors (graduating in Winter 2021/2022 or Spring 2022/2023) will take precedence  when reviewing applications.


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