So You think you can Intern?
THE PROGRAM
We're looking to empower the advertising industry's next generation of genius by assembling a tenacious team that will one day take the world by storm. Does relevant work experience separate you from the upper echelons of brand excellence? Then get ready to crank up your creative phasers to stun.

Think you can play nice and share the spotlight as a part of KNOCK, inc.'s 2017 Summer Internship team from June 5 to September 1?

Are you a kick-ass artistic visionary with a skillset in design or production? Then you're just the budding superstar that we're looking for. As you broaden your horizons alongside industry professionals, you'll get to work with us on real client projects and flex those creative muscles that you didn't even think you had.

Spots are limited for the season, so show us your best. The window to apply is April 11 to May 12 and we'll be making final decisions no later than May 15.

Best of luck!
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FAQ

When's the deadline?

Applications will be accepted from April 11 to May 12.

What type of creatives are you searching for again?

All sorts! But mainly: Designers, Interactive Designers, UX Designers, Production Designers, Retouchers, Styling Art Directors, Illustrators, Animators, and Writers.

YOU’RE REALLY GONNA PAY ME?

Yes! In real money.

How long does this internship last?

From Monday, June 5 to Friday, September 1.

WHAT DO WE GET TO WORK ON?

Real client work and your own specialized intern project.

SO I DON’T NEED TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE COFFEE?

No, because we don't either. We have a machine for that.

WHO DECIDES WHO WINS?

A select team of creative directors and staff.

WHY IS THIS AVAILABLE ONLY TO U.S. CITIZENS?

Because it’s the law.

WILL YOU HIRE ME AFTERWARDS?

Putting the cart before the horse, are we?

Did you receive my application?

If you received a confirmation, then yes. No need to be pesky AF.

WHAT IF MY QUESTION WASN’T IN THIS FAQ?

Try contacting us. That might work.