Launch your career at Brunswick

Brunswick’s robust internship programs will challenge you to think creatively and globally about business-critical issues. As an intern, you will gain real experience in corporate communications strategy by helping our clients navigate the interconnected financial, political, and social arenas of today. You will work directly on some of the most high-profile and sensitive issues facing the world at large, with clients ranging across industries and mandates. At Brunswick, we capitalize on our global footprint and diverse teams, always remaining one collaborative and cohesive firm.

 

Many of our offices offer internships of varying lengths. All provide a valuable insight into the world of corporate relations as well as an opportunity to see how Brunswick works.

You will learn about the business critical issues our clients face. You will work with teams to support our clients in communicating to their stakeholders, the media and to Government.

Our practical and entrepreneurial culture means that our interns have the opportunity to hit the ground running, helping clients navigate substantive challenges, alongside some of the world’s most experienced communications professionals.

Because our clients are borderless, we operate as one firm, without financial or geographic barriers.

Our interns work with colleagues from across our 27 offices around the world, supporting our clients who are facing complex, international challenges.

 

 

Ready to apply?

Apply for US opportunities here: Internships – Americas

For global opportunities outside of the US, download and complete the application form and send it with your CV to [email protected]

We actively encourage people from a wide range of backgrounds and professions to apply.

We ensure that there are equal opportunities at all stages of the recruitment process and employment. All job applicants and employees receive equal treatment regardless of age, sex, marital status, race, religion, color, ethnic or national origins, sexual orientation or disability. We remain committed to increasing the diversity of talent in the industry.