Government Relations Internships

Industry: Public Relations
Program City: Boston

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Company Info

O’Neill and Associates has one mission: to help you reach the people critical to your business goals. So whether you want results with the media, City Hall, Beacon Hill, Capitol Hill or your customers, Thomas P. O’Neill III and the best minds in government relations and public relations can help you. In 1991, former Lieutenant Governor Thomas P. O’Neill III envisioned a new paradigm for the traditional lobbying business by integrating communications and government relations to create a better bran...

Internship Description

O’Neill and Associates is a government relations, public affairs and communications firm providing services throughout the US. We are looking for interns in the following capacity: - Public Relations Intern - Government Relations Intern - Marketing Intern Our internships offer an invaluable experience for students interested in gaining agency experience and working on a variety of client projects. Interns learn firsthand about the unique approach to client needs that distinguishes O’Neill and Associates...

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