Strange Brew Strategies (SBS), a leading PR and communications agency serving technology companies, is looking for talented Fellows to join our fast growing team.
The SBS Fellowship Program is a 6-month program that was designed to cultivate the next generation of PR pros. The Fellowship position is a paid, full-time position that gives young professionals the ability to learn from and work alongside some of the sharpest minds in PR.
The program is fully immersive – fellows are staffed on client teams and play an important role in their teams’ success. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Coverage monitoring and reporting, preparation of briefing materials, research, media list development and outreach, correspondence with clients, and more. SBS is committed to developing the skills of new PR professionals and this position could transition to a permanent opportunity with the company at the conclusion of the program.
About you: We’re looking for curious self-starters with a thirst for learning. What we value:
- You want to learn more about technology and the industries it’s shaping.
- You’re a quick study. You have an insatiable thirst for knowledge but can also interpret ideas and scenarios and make recommendations.
- You’re a strong writer and creative thinker.
- Your assertive personality can be recognized in dynamic conversations with colleagues and clients.
- You’re thoughtful and perceptive. You’re able to prioritize with guidance from multiple senior team members and you thrive in a fast-paced environment.
- You’re low-ego. You are a true collaborator who can roll up their sleeves and work hard alongside peers at all levels who will support and mentor you.
- You’re looking to develop your strategic thinking skills, and how to build media strategies with the short and longer term in mind.
- Bonus points for having completed a PR internship, created an app, or explored unique passions of yours
If this sounds like you, please send your resume and a little about yourself to email@example.com and let’s start a conversation.