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Job Posting: Research/Strategy Intern (Paid)

Job Posting: Research/Strategy Intern (Paid)
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PSFK is looking for resourceful and skilled talent to join our NYC team

PSFK
  • 9 january 2017

PSFK Labs develops actionable strategies and thought leadership for the world’s leading corporations. Through our unique process, we tell thoughtful stories about the future, and how companies and their customers fit within them.

PSFK is growing as a business and we are looking to work with new creative minds as we plan our next steps. We are seeking a motivated intern who wants to work and learn alongside us at our New York City offices.

The Researcher/Strategist Internship position supports the day-to-day research, analysis and production of client-facing projects and public reports. You’ll have the chance to work with forward-looking companies like Google, Intel, Nike, Samsung and Target.

We are looking to fill the position immediately.

NYC-based individuals ONLY, please. We cannot accept remote or international candidates at this time. Full-time availability is preferable but not required.

Please send an email with your resume, cover letter and a short blurb (4-5 sentences) explaining why you’d be a good fit for the PSFK Labs Team to Emily Wasik (emily.wasik@psfk.com) with ‘Intern’ noted in the subject line.

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