Chicago Loop Alliance's internship program provides qualifying college students and recent graduates the opportunity to grow in a fast-paced work environment while gaining experience in each of the following fields: marketing, membership or urban planning.
Each internship position requires a motivated, self-starter who lends his or her experience to help advance CLA's mission. Interested applicants must possess strong written and verbal communication skills and should be able to multi-task and set priorities while maintaining a strong work ethic.
CLA provides its interns with an unparalleled opportunity for learning and growth. They have a leading voice in decision-making and a platform to interact with a membership and board that is as diverse as the Loop itself.
Project Intern »
This summer, Chicago Loop Alliance will unveil a new website for the Loop, featuring cutting-edge, interactive technologies that will spotlight its members and deliver dynamic content to a broader audience of downtown visitors, residents, workers and students. The new website will feature a public directory of downtown businesses, which will include business descriptions and other information relevant to Loop stakeholders.
Chicago Loop Alliance is in need of a project intern to help obtain and input information into the online directory. The project intern will provide additional support in developing the website, drafting content and participating in meetings with design and development teams.
Chicago Loop Alliance provides an unparalleled opportunity for learning and growth. Interns regularly participate in the decision-making process and are given a platform upon which to build a professional network.
How to apply
To be considered for this internship, please send your resume and a brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include “Project Intern” as the subject. No phone inquiries. Applications due Friday, February 22 by 12 pm.
No calls please.