Stickell Internship Program

Vance and Betty Stickell Internship Program

 

About

Established by the Los Angeles Times and the American Advertising Federation in 1988, this prestigious program provides students an opportunity to participate in a 10-week summer internship. In 2015, 19 Stickell interns were placed in media organizations, advertising and public relations agencies, as well as client and supplier companies. Interns are typically paid a $4,800 salary and receive a $1,500 stipend to help cover transportation and living expenses.

This program is intended to raise awareness and understanding of the advertising processes and business ethics among future advertising professionals by providing real-world, hands-on experience at top firms in the integrated marketing communication industry. 

For more information on the Stickell Internship Program, please visit the University of Texas' website.