Adapt Agency is committed to a better world through the Digital Sustainable Internet. We are reducing carbon emission through elegant design and thoughtful engineering to make the world a better place.
Since 1998 in our first office in Copenhagen, Denmark, we have been working with mission-driven global organizations, mid-market, start-ups, as well as higher ed and non-profits -- with a common focus on accessible user experience and sustainability.
We are looking for a marketing intern for a growing role in our US-based consulting practice. The role requires a self-motivated, creative individual with fantastic communication and organization skills and excellent time management.
A successful applicant will be detail-oriented and have a solid understanding of marketing techniques, with a keen interest in providing a consistent brand voice across all marketing activities to specific audiences. Top candidates will exhibit critical thinking skills, strong problem-solving skills, data analysis, and attention to both detail and nuance. This job is a great opportunity to grow in a role and to help shape the direction of the department.
We are seeking candidates from New England schools to support our US office, that is anchored in beautiful Portland, ME. This is a remote position. While you will work primarily with your US colleagues, Adapt has offices in Denmark, Lithuania, as well as Germany -- there is room to learn about international culture with the position.
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We are committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and do not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of protected classes in the United States. We seek applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most creative talent on our team, and strongly encourage candidates from underrepresented groups to apply.
For consideration, we require a resume/CV and a cover letter. We'd love to see examples of your work, too.
Details: This is a paid three month internship, with potential to extend through end of Spring Semester based on performance.