Sid Lee launches global internship program

Sid Lee, a Montreal-born creative services agency, has launched a new global internship program. Called Sid Lee Land, the program is in search of students interested in the creative industry from across the world to work in one of the agency’s five locations (Montreal, Toronto, Amsterdam, Paris and New York). “The program reflects Sid Lee’s […]

Sid Lee, a Montreal-born creative services agency, has launched a new global internship program.

Called Sid Lee Land, the program is in search of students interested in the creative industry from across the world to work in one of the agency’s five locations (Montreal, Toronto, Amsterdam, Paris and New York).

“The program reflects Sid Lee’s multidisciplinary approach and is open to all kinds of promising talents, including strategists, account executives, designers, motion designers, architectural and experiential designers, creative technologists, art directors, and copywriters,” the agency said in a release.

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Claiming it will be “far-from-the-ordinary-coffee-and-copy-making,” the program will see successful applicants coached by Sid Lee’s employees and working on real client tasks.

And yes, it is paid.

Students interested in the opportunity are being encouraged to follow Sid Lee on social media for more information and details about the application process.

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