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GasPedal’s summer internship program — recruiting now!

You can be a blogging, social media, viral, and word of mouth marketing SUPERGENIUS.

Everyone will want to hire you.

Here’s the deal: We need someone to be our intern. There will be a ton of scutwork. You will be exhausted.

But … you will sit next to the CEO and senior executives. We will teach you everything. When you pick up the phone, it just might be a famous author or the head of marketing or social media for P&G, GM, or Dell. You will become a rock star with badass contacts. We will find you a job when you graduate.

How to apply: Blow my mind.


How To Be A Good Intern

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  1. Adam Schorr March 7, 2009 at 10:21 pm #

    This post of yours comes across to me as remarkably arrogant. Really genuinely horribly so. Like you’re so goddamn fantastic that someone should be honored to answer your phone.
    Get a grip. And realize that potential clients of yours read your blog. And they talk.

  2. Nick S. March 9, 2009 at 10:33 am #

    Andy, I’m trying to access a larger version of that intern list, but it keeps taking me to the agency’s site. I remember this list from last year on your blog. Any way to fix the link so I can blow up the photo and print it out?
    We printed it out last year and gave it to our summer interns. It was perfect.

  3. Kurt March 9, 2009 at 10:45 am #

    Hi Nick! Be sure to click on the poster itself to see the larger version. The link for “Number 17” will take you to the agency site, but the poster itself will take you to that pdf.
    Thanks for checking out Andy’s blog (says the guy who works for Andy at GasPedal)!

  4. Nick S. March 9, 2009 at 11:08 am #

    Thanks for fixing the link on the poster. :-)

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