At True One Media Agency, we’re always in search of talented, inspired individuals who share our commitment to excellence, and identify with our mission of helping companies, brands and organizations increase their profits and embrace the new America multicultural landscape which will inevitably and help make the world a better place.
We encourage all interested candidates to forward a bio and resume, once received it will be received by True One Management and reviewed. If your qualifications and experience match the requirements any of the new positions we’re developing in the near future you will be contacted by True One for more information or to schedule an interview.
The True One Internship Program provides a learning platform for young professionals to explore the unique culture and environment at True One Agency.
As an intern, you’ll gain a better understanding of the specific division where you work. And, you’ll develop a greater appreciation for how our individual operations contribute to the integrated marketing, advertising, interactive, creative, production, direct marketing and public relations industries. Interns who demonstrate dedication and good learning skills may be added to a roster of highly qualified and trained prospects that could be called upon to apply for entry-level positions as they become available. If your passion for personal excellence is matched only by your desire to make the world a better place, we invite you to consider an internship with True One.
The internship program is not necessarily a stepping stone for employment at True One, nor does it guarantee a job offer. Interns are sometimes invited to apply for entry-level jobs, depending upon the position we are seeking to fill and the experience needed for that role.
All True One Internships are paid.
True One Media Agency is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, sexual orientation or sexual preference, national origin, religion, marital status, type of military discharge, or other legally protected categories as set forth in the applicable state, federal or local laws.