Summer 2024 Marketing Internship

Pittsburgh, PA
Internship
Marketing
Student (College)

Deeplocal is seeking a Marketing Intern to support research and execution of Deeplocal and Gumband marketing efforts this summer.

Deeplocal pushes the boundaries of interactive experiences for some of the world’s top brands, with Gumband serving as the first SaaS platform created for interactive experiences, including those created by Deeplocal! This full-time joint marketing internship will support both the Deeplocal and Gumband marketing teams in executing marketing activities and campaigns using creative tactics and analytics across both teams’ platforms. This typically looks like:

  • Brand Building –  help to identify and pursue new opportunities to grow the Deeplocal brand, through audience and industry research and analysis.
  • Creative Writing – Write and review copy that’s appropriately adapted to different mediums and matches Deeplocal’s tone of voice.
  • Ideation and Content Development – Contribute to the development of internal marketing ideas and help create digital content that reflects our brand.
  • Industry Engagements and Recognition – Assist with researching speaking opportunities for Deeplocal and Gumband team members along with relevant acknowledgement avenues for recent work.

This is a full time hybrid opportunity. Intern must be based in either Pittsburgh, PA or New York City for the summer. Interns are compensated with competitive wages. For credit options are also available, if desired.

Desired Skills

  • A background in marketing, PR, communications, journalism, and/or creative writing.
  • Exceptional writing skills (short- and long-form) required; copy editing experience is a plus.
  • Highly organized with strong communication and research skills and attention to detail.
  • Proficiency with software tools including Google Workspace (G Suite), email marketing platforms (Mailchimp or similar), and web hosting and content management systems (Squarespace or similar).
  • Design and/or photography skills and experience using Adobe Creative Cloud apps, especially Photoshop, is a plus!

About Deeplocal

Deeplocal is a quickly growing, internationally-recognized, innovation studio based in Pittsburgh, PA. Deeplocal’s team of 100+ includes experts in marketing, engineering, design, and fabrication who collaborate to develop never-seen-before physical experiences for brand clients.

From creating a mind-controlled bike that allowed riders to shift with their thoughts, to building a robotic pitching machine that allowed a child to throw out the first pitch at a baseball game from thousands of miles away, to a single button that dims the lights, orders food, silencers your phone and puts on your favorite show, to a machine that graffitied tweets on the roads of the Tour de France, our projects are wide-ranging and unique.

Deeplocal has been behind some of advertising’s most talked about campaigns: the Netflix Switch, Google Photos Pay With A Photo, Google Fiber Nick’s First Pitch, and the Nike Chalkbot. Deeplocal’s current clients include Google, Nike, and Nest.

Deeplocal’s studio is located in a renovated brewery loft space in Sharpsburg, PA—just outside of Pittsburgh and within a few minutes of Lawrenceville. All team members at Deeplocal contribute and participate in work for our amazing roster of clients.

Deeplocal has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania for the past four years and has received numerous awards in advertising and design. Deeplocal’s work has been featured on Fast Company, Wired, NYTimes, USA Today, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Gizmodo, Engadget, Forbes, and many more.

Our Mission

Invent products and experiences for innovative brands.

Our Purpose

To be a place where amazing talent can invent, create and inspire.

Our Core Values

Deeplocal is committed to maintaining the company's core values and culture as the company grows. Employees should exhibit the following Deeplocal core values:

  • Inventive
  • Impactful
  • Resourceful
  • Humble
  • Efficient
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