Marketing Graduate Intern Nike

Brand Marketing Interns will work with teams on the execution of plans for assigned Categories, including brand initiatives, advertising, digital, PR, experiential marketing, consumer insights, brand planning or retail marketing in order to gain a broad knowledge base of brand management. You'll assist in the execution of functional Brand Management plans in key markets to drive consumer connection with Nike and key Nike products. Qualifications + Currently pursuing graduate degree with an anticipated graduation date of June 2018 + Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Public Relations, Communications, Advertising, Retail Marketing, Design or a related field + Strong written and verbal communication skills, including a demonstrated ability to make presentations in front of senior leaders + Proven experience leading projects or teams is preferred + 5+ years of business experience, including 1-3 years experience in marketing, media, brand management, promotions, event management, public relations and/or retail merchandising is strongly preferred. 5+ years of business experience in other disciplines may be considered. The Nike Internship program runs for twelve weeks so that you can show us what you've got. Create, innovate, explore, and learn from the best in the business, while enjoying access to our world-class athletic facilities, an employee discount at our employee stores, and numerous other benefits at our World Headquarters. Be prepared for the experience of a lifetime and an unprecedented opportunity to discover Nike from the inside. Applications due by February 13, 2017. Job ID: SRC-MARGI-Collegiate Location: USA-Oregon-Beaverton Job Category: Marketing

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