PR and Marketing Internships in California

Get ready for fantastic career development opportunities in one of the top U.S. destinations with PR and Marketing internships in California.

California has the 5th largest economy in the world, making it the ideal area for young professionals. Within the United States, California is the center of the film and television industry. It is also a hub of technology, innovation and social media. For those interested in the creative communications field, there is no better place than California.

Some of the world’s most famous marketing and public relations firms operate in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Digital media is a key element for companies across all industries. Whether it is a small startup or a multi-media corporation, every company needs brand and identity. PR and Marketing internships in California provide a chance to study global trends and use critical skills in an international setting. 

PR and Marketing internships in California

California Livin’

Traditions, food and languages from around the world come together in California. Therefore, there’s something for everyone. California is the most diverse state in the United States. Young professionals from every industry flock to the state’s major cities. Similarly, many are after some of the top opportunities in the country.

California’s food scene clearly shows this diversity. A mix of global cuisines find fame there; the most well-known include Mexican and Chinese food.

California’s music scene is one of the best in the world. Outdoor music festivals such as Coachella and Outside Lands take place in California, with nearly 100,000 attendees at each. In the last year alone, headliners at California’s music festivals have included Beyonce, Eminem, Metallica and many more.

Interns in both Los Angeles and San Francisco will live together in safe neighborhoods. Both cities have major public transit systems, making it easy to commute to internships.

 

Pr and marketing internships in California

West Coast, Best Coast

In the United States, there’s a common saying: “West coast, best coast!” The west coast is known for its slightly more laid-back vibe, mild weather and amazing outdoor culture. Whether you love beaches and piers, forests, mountains or cities, California has it all.

Northern California is home to Redwood National Forest, with some of the oldest and tallest trees in the country. In contrast, there is also Death Valley, one of the hottest and driest deserts in North America.

Water lovers will enjoy California’s  coast, which is over 840 miles long. Furthermore, the state is home to Lake Tahoe, one of the largest lakes in the world. California’s Sierra Nevada mountains provide excellent opportunities for the outdoor lover to hike, camp, rock climb and bike. Yosemite National Park is one of the most visited parks in the U.S., and is home to three of the tallest waterfalls on the planet.

Californian cities are equally alluring, from the beaches and sunshine of San Diego to the star-studded streets of Hollywood. Interns will also enjoy mild weather, music festivals, food fairs and endless activities year round.

 

Apply now for PR and Marketing internships in California and boost your career!

 

Sources:

https://www.thecrazytourist.com/top-25-things-to-do-in-california/7/

Photos:

  1. based on Good morning #1, by Ian Keating, CC BY-ND 2.0
  2. based on Looking at Sunset,  by Giuseppe Milo, Public domain
  3. based on San Francisco Bay, by Bernard Spragg, Public domain

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Maeve Allsup

Originally from Colorado, Maeve currently lives in Santiago Chile, where she writes about travel and professional development for The Intern Group. She studied International Relations and Communications at American University and loves travel, hiking and all things outdoors.

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