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Chernoff Newman

Organization:
Chernoff Newman 
1411 Gervais St. 5th Floor
Columbia, SC 29201

Supervisor: 
Name: Elizabeth Wynn
Title: Account Supervisor 
Email: Elizabeth.Wynn@chernoffnewman.com.
Phone: 8083-233-2450

Type of Organization:
 Agency  Media Organization  Governmental Agency  Educational  Not-For-Profit  Manufacturer, Retailer or Service  Other

Major Recommended for Position : 
 Advertising  Public Relations  Visual Communications  Broadcast Journalism  Print Journalism  Mass Communications Concentration

Pay:
Cost of the course (current tuition level) at the completion of the internship

Term: 
Fall Spring Summer

Duties of Intern:
Account Service Duties Include: assisting the Interactive Department with meeting client needs utilizing the internet and digital marketing techniques. Chernoff Newman’s Interactive Department assists clients with integrated multi-channel communications. CN leverages branding and integrates traditional communications with emerging mediums to communicate and interact with target audiences in a personalized manner. CN provides database marketing to execute personalized direct mail, email, internet and mobile marketing campaigns. Intern will be required to research emerging mediums, assist in creative and production related work for various digital mediums, including internet, email, mobile, social networking, blogging platforms, etc. Duties include familiarity in design software on Adobe’s Web CS3 Platform, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver; some knowledge in html, xhtml, xml, css with some understanding of Actionscript, Javascript, PHP, ASP and/or other programming languages, knowledge and ability to leverage web 2.0 and online interactive marketing strategies.

Skills Required for Internship:
Duties include familiarity in design software on Adobe’s Web CS3 Platform, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver; some knowledge in html, xhtml, xml, css with some understanding of Actionscript, Javascript, PHP, ASP and/or other programming languages, knowledge and ability to leverage web 2.0 and online interactive marketing strategies. Applicants must be able to work independently and feel comfortable handling multiple projects at one time. For a fall or spring semester internship, the position requires at least 15 hours of work per week. Preference will be given to students whose schedule will allow at least 3 hours of in-office work daily in most cases. Schedules are negotiable.