Mitel is a global market leader in business communications, powering more than two billion business connections with our cloud, enterprise and next-gen collaboration applications.
With more than 70 million users in nearly 100 countries, Mitel is the only company that wakes up every day exclusively focused on helping customers take their communications from where they are today to where they expect them to be.
Are you a Journalism, English, Communications or Marketing under grad student who is creative and has a passion for writing? If so, Mitel is currently seeking a highly motivated, high energetic college student to join our Content Marketing team for a full-time (40 hrs/week) summer internship. Due to Covid-19, this position will be worked 100% remote (CST/EST timezone preferred). This is a paid opportunity.
You’ll get creative assignments. You’ll get guidance. You’ll get to sit at the table, make contributions and get to know real-life, day-to-day content marketing. You’ll not only learn principles, you’ll get to put them into practice.
What’s it like to intern at Mitel? See video interviews of other Mitel interns at https://www.mitel.com/careers/internships
- Student in junior or senior year of a four-year university in a Journalism, Communications, English or Marketing program
- Experience in writing blogs, case studies or similar work; must have excellent writing skills
- Strong communications skills (you will be interviewing our partners and customers for case studies)
- Collaborates well with others
- Good at managing multiple priorities
- Able to change gears quickly
- High energy...this team likes to have fun
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