Propper Daley

Career Opportunity

Intern, Marketing & Communications – Creative Development/Production (Winter 2021)


We are looking for Winter 2021 interns! We seek intelligent, motivated, and resourceful interns who are excited to bring critical thinking and sharp analytical skills to our agency. Our Winter 2021 term runs approximately from early January through late March/early April, dependent on candidate availability.


We’re looking for an intern who is excited to bring creativity paired with critical thinking and sharp analytical skills to our Marketing & Communications team. The primary function of this role is to support the Marketing & Communications team in day-to-day activities and operations in support of the agency’s influencer, nonprofit, and corporate social impact clients. Please apply if you are a tenacious, organized, and energetic individual who is excited to leverage the power of culture and entertainment to make lasting change in the world.

Propper Daley interns regularly interact with account leads and senior leadership on wide-ranging projects and issues. Through their work, interns contribute to the agency’s in-house issue expertise, strategy development efforts for new clients, and business development pitches.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Supporting story sourcing calls for video projects (e.g. short documentary)
  • Assisting in planning logistics for photoshoots and video productions
  • Researching and recommending third-party creative vendors
  • Assisting with any additional marketing-related projects, as needed.
  • Attending & participating in production calls and supporting with meeting notes
  • Assisting in planning logistics for virtual video productions
  • Managing and updating production calendars
  • Researching and recommending third-party creative vendors and/or partners
  • Attending webinars and reporting out on industry updates
  • Assisting with any additional marketing-related projects, as needed

We seek candidates who match the following requirements:

  • Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate institution
  • Ability to thrive in fast-paced environments as a collaborative team player who can also work autonomously
  • Strong interest in marketing/communications or creative development and how they intersect with entertainment, advocacy, philanthropy, or CSR
  • Strong writing and oral communication skills are essential
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • Highly organized, attentive to detail, with a positive “roll-up-your-sleeves” attitude
  • Fun, creative, and isn’t afraid to think-outside-of-the-box
  • The ideal candidate will have experience with design software and graphics editing tools  (Illustrator, InDesign & Photoshop), though this skill set is not required for this role


Propper Daley is a social impact agency based in Los Angeles that believes deeply in working as teams to create outcome-driven solutions and partnerships for positive change in the world. We operate at the nexus of philanthropy, social, corporate and government sectors. We serve clients that are at a tipping point, helping them to define and refine goals, identify key populations, and develop a holistic strategy to drive long-term impact. We marry big, disruptive thinking with real-world planning to empower clients to envision and realize the change they seek. We create and implement holistic strategies to drive measurable social impact. From the public policy arena to the entertainment industry, we leverage every resource to produce outcome-driven solutions for businesses, individuals, organizations and causes. Clients include John Legend, Viacom, Activision, and The Clinton Foundation.


Click here to apply for this internship.

When applying, in lieu of a traditional cover letter, please provide: A 250-word essay identifying a company you believe is strategically and effectively contributing to a specific social issue or cause, as well as potential opportunities for the company to strengthen or expand its effort.

Note: This internship is unpaid. To receive college credit, you may be required to supply a letter from sponsor/administrator. While this position is not paid, this internship will provide valuable real-world experience marketing for nonprofits, global brands and the entertainment industry.