Recruiting and Hiring

February 10, 2017

Join Us For a (Paid) Internship at CooperKatz This Summer!

Eboni Thomas

We’re on the hunt for a few good interns! We are seeking motivated and reliable public relations interns for a summer 2017 paid internship.



CooperKatz & Company is looking for high-energy individuals for a Summer 2017 paid internship.

Are you ready to spend your summer with a dynamic, creative team that thoroughly enjoys working together to create award-winning programs for clients in a variety of industries? If so, independent New York public relations agency, CooperKatz & Company, would love to meet you.


We are looking for hard-working, high-energy individuals to join us for a paid internship, starting in May or June 2017.


An internship at CooperKatz affords you:


  • The chance to join client teams and do meaningful work
  • An opportunity to offer your thoughts, opinions and ideas – in fact, we prefer that you do!
  • Time spent learning, and working closely with, tools of the PR trade
  • Access to agency brainstorms on behalf of current and potential clients
  • The opportunity to help us conduct research on behalf of current and potential clients, to help inform future plans and campaigns
  • A group of collaborative, tightly-knit colleagues excited to have you on board – for their benefit and your own!


We value each and every member of our team and give everyone a seat at the table and a chance to make an impact. We are always on the lookout for “renaissance people” who have an intellectual curiosity and an interest in the varied industries in which we work – which include healthcare, real estate, business-to-business, financial services and more.


We invite you to consider joining us to learn about CooperKatz – and PR in general!


Timing: 40 hours per week and a 12 week commitment is preferred. We can be flexible about start dates depending on when your semester ends.


To Apply: Email qualifications via cover letter and resume to Please make your subject line “Summer 2017 Internship, Your First Name Your Last Name, Expected Graduation Month and Year.”

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