PR Internship Program at FleishmanHillard

FleishmanHillard (FH) is an international, full-service public relations firm with headquarters in St. Louis. The FH St. Louis office offers college students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain valuable, practical public relations experience through its internship program.
Positions are available in a variety of public relations practices as well as specialty areas including research, digital and creative. The FH St. Louis internship experience provides hands-on, real-world exposure to the inner workings of an international communications firm, and the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. FH St. Louis also offers a series of professional development seminars throughout the session.
Although interns are assigned to work with specific groups and accounts, they are exposed to many facets of the firm. Practice areas in the St. Louis office are:
Corporate Reputation • Corporate Issues & Financial • Creative Services • Digital • Marketing • Research • Public Affairs • Employee Communications • Sports Marketing
Applicants need at least a 3.2 GPA and must have completed their junior year of undergraduate study, however, recent graduates are preferred. Applications are welcomed from students with concentrations in all major areas, but academic or practical backgrounds in journalism, mass media, media convergence, public relations, broadcasting or design are given first consideration. Experience in digital communications and/or media convergence is required.
FH St. Louis offers competitive wages based on a 7.5 hour work day, five days per week. In addition, the firm provides free parking or Metro pass for our interns. For St. Louis interns, the pay is $10/hour for undergraduates and $12/hour for candidates with bachelors degrees or higher. Relocation assistance is not available.
• Summer: June – August (March 1)
• Fall: September – January (July 1).
To apply visit our website ( ) and click on the internship job description by city. You will need to attach a cover letter, resume, three writing samples, a letter of recommendation, and college transcript.