TROY — Core3 Solutions is in the market for three dynamic interns who want to learn the ins and outs of the digital sphere in a hands-on environment.
While dome hockey show-down’s, Daytona USA racing challenges or the occasional ping pong tournaments make Core3 an exciting place to hang out, three lucky interns can actually expect to learn from some great mentors.
The local technology company is looking for students or recent college grads to help out its digital marketing, web development and web design departments. Interns will aid the teams with a variety of tasks for clients and in-house brands as well as receive the knowledge needed to advance their careers.
As the social media and the digital worlds continue to rise, many colleges and universities have adapted their programs to meet the needs of the current trend. Courses including social media, writing for the Web, and digital marketing have now been added to curriculum of majors including public relations, marketing, advertising, and journalism.
Graphic design majors are also learning the digital space with the integration of HTML and Web site creation into their coursework, while future web developers learn how to make a website run smoothly.
“We want to give the interns the best experience possible and prepare them for their future careers,” said Paul Chambers, CEO of Core3 Solutions. “Our team members are experts in their field, and extremely knowledgeable and eager to share their insight into the industry.”
The Core3 team is looking forward to seeing what the fresh talent has to bring to the table.
To apply to one of the three internships offered, please visit the internship page at http://www.core3solutions.com/internship/.