The following are a collection of industry examples within the marketing industry

The Digital Café provides internships for, soon to be, marketing professionals.

Marketing students, are taken on by The Digital Café as Associates, giving them valuable relevant work experience before graduating.

Students are employed for up to 15 hours per week to fit around their studies. Contracts generally last through their remaining time studying until graduation.

The interns are given real project work for real clients, while being guided and managed by an experienced Business Manager. The Associates receive training, mentoring and coaching support. Work includes executing a broad spectrum of digital marketing strategies across The Digital Cafe’s client base.

The cofounders of the Digital Cafe want to support their industry by actively helping young talent to start their careers in marketing. They know how hard it is for new graduates to get that first foot in the door and are showing a lead in their industry. Although having only been in business for 18 months, they are currently employing six interns. 7 have already moved onto full time roles.

Digital Café pays interns a fair market rate and each internship ends when the student has completed studies. Armed with their qualification as well as current, relevant work experience, Digital Café’s interns have an advantage over their peers, when competing for their first fulltime marketing role.

The Digital Café

The Digital Café

The Digital Café provides internships for, soon to be, marketing professionals.

Marketing students, are taken on by The Digital Café as Associates, giving them valuable relevant work experience before graduating.

The interns are given real project work for real clients, while being guided and managed by an experienced Business Manager.

The Digital Café

The Digital Café

This resource was designed and compiled by interns sourced through Summer of Tech 2017.