Workshop

WORKSHOP is more than your typical internship program. It’s a real-world training and learning experience for college students preparing for a future in marketing communications. And the work you create with a charity or cause-based organization is designed to uplift lives.

We believe that the work any of us does to make another person’s life better is the most rewarding.

2021 Fall Semester WORKSHOP
September 20 – December 12* 

*Dependent on participant schedules

APPLICATION: apply by Sept. 10 for Fall 2021
semester WORKSHOP.
 

SELECTION: Candidate review, selection and notification occurs approximately two weeks before semesters begin. 

START AND END DATES: The Workshop internship roughly correlates with the academic semester.
Internship schedules will vary depending on the schedules of the team members. However, we expect participants to be available for at least one all-staff meeting per week (30 minutes) and one Workshop team meeting (30-60 minutes) per week. 

HOW IT WORKS

During the fall and spring semesters, Hailey Sault hires senior level college student interns from the fields of design, advertising, communications, marketing and digitally-focused degrees. During the semester, interns work together as a team for a client—typically in the roles of an account manager, writer, art director and digital specialist—to create a strategy and deliverables that the client can use to further its mission. At the end of the semester, the students have strong work samples to add to their portfolios and the client has tools they can use to meet their goals.

THE CLIENTS 

Why do we pair our Workshop teams with a cause-related organization? We believe that the work any of us does to make another person’s life better is the most rewarding kind. Scroll down for some examples of past partnerships. If you’re a nonprofit interested in working with our teams, contact us to learn more. 

Internship application

Winter 2017 WORKSHOP

Interns-Team L3-Lauren-Laura-LizNAMI Duluth

Our regional branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI) Duluth, needed help educating the community, reaching out to the college student population, gaining members and volunteers and de-stigmatizing mental illness. During the semester, our student team concepted and created a new website for NAMI that centered around accessing mental health tools/resources through NAMI and then drove their audience to the site through a social media campaign.

namiduluth.org

 

Winter 2017 WORKSHOP

Be a part of our next workshop.

Winter 2016 WORKSHOP

Devin Hannah and JesseDuluth Trafficking Task Force

Sex trafficking and exploitation, especially of young and vulnerable children and young adults, takes place in Duluth, yet many of us don’t know about it. The Duluth Trafficking Task Force’s mission is to end sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in Duluth. Our student team created a website and campaign around the strong concept End It Duluth.

Winter 2016 WORKSHOP