Liberal Arts Career Services
Liberal Arts Career Services

Brunswick Group, Internship, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 8190

Fri, May 16, 2014

Brunswick is an international corporate communications partnership that helps businesses and other organizations address critical communications challenges. We started in London in 1987 and have grown organically into a private partnership with offices in 23 cities around the world. Today, we have over 115 Partners – senior professionals from a range of industry backgrounds including media, government and finance – and a total staff of more than 750. In the U.S. we have offices in New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Dallas/Fort Worth. We help clients deal with challenges that can affect their valuation, corporate reputation or ability to achieve business objectives by developing strategies to best communicate both externally (to investors, the media and other stakeholders) and internally (to current and prospective employees). 
The Brunswick culture is dynamic, team-based and meritocratic. Brunswick offices are "open office" environments where senior and junior colleagues sit side by side. This creates an environment in which Interns will see, hear and take part in all aspects of the firm’s business. 

Brunswick is providing an exciting full-time internship opportunity in the New York, San Francisco, D.C., or Dallas office to college juniors and seniors in all semesters or trimesters. 

• Create media lists and editorial calendars 
• Track firm’s clients in the media 
• Research prospective clients, current clients and client competitors 
• Proofread, edit press releases, memos, presentations and other documents created for clients 
• Monitor breaking news and changes in stock prices of particular companies 
• Collect, analyze, and summarize SEC filings and analyst reports 
• Help to organize logistical aspects of corporate announcements 
• Take part in strategy and brainstorm sessions as well as vendor trainings 
• Support entire office, from receptionist to senior partner 

• Strong work ethic and attention to detail 
• Excellent writing and communication skills 
• The ability to multitask and prioritize 
• Problem-solving abilities 
• Ability to think both strategically and creatively 
• Exhibit discretion with confidential client matters 
• Energetic team player 
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office products 
• Knowledge of U.S. media landscape 
• Knowledge of Factiva, Bloomberg, and other research resources a plus 
• Understanding of financial terminology ideal

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