Stickell Internship Program

Vance and Betty Stickell Internship Program



Established by the Los Angeles Times and the American Advertising Federation in 1989, this prestigious 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. 

Each year, approximately 20 outstanding students will be selected for 10-week internships at U.S media organizations, advertising agencies, client and supplier companies. Each intern placed through the program will receive a salary of typically $4,800 for the 10-week internship ($12 per hour for 40 hours per week is recommended) plus either a $1,500 scholarship to cover their travel and living expenses or a housing allowance provided by their host company.

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