RPA Internship Program

RPA Internship Program

Do real work, on real clients — as part of the largest internship program in Los Angeles

RPA Internship Program

At RPA, we believe that inspiration can be found anywhere–and sometimes, all it takes is a spark.

RPA’s Internship Program embodies this very sentiment. You’ll get to experience firsthand the bold, creative, and collaborative culture that makes RPA one of AdAge’s "Best Places to Work.” You get to do real work on real brands, as part of the largest advertising internship program in Los Angeles.

We’re not like other agencies. We believe we can only do our biggest thinking and create our most inspiring work when we put People First. Which means valuing and empowering all of our people to do their best, and inspiring them to create ideas and experiences that respect people.

If you’re ready to work with awesome people in a place where people are encouraged to swing big, act bold, and be their most awesome selves, we want to meet you. Because we’re nothing without our people, and everything because of you.

Internships Available:

Fall Semester: September – December, deadline to apply June

Spring Semester: January – May, deadline to apply October

Summer Semester: May – August, deadline to apply March

Internship Application Process:

1.    Submit resume + Social Project

2.    Phone Screen

3.    In-Person/Virtual Interview with department

To get started, click here for current job openings and follow the appropriate links for the type of internship you're interested in. Good luck!

Check out what our Internship is all about:

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   “One of the greatest experiences of my professional career.”

– Matthew Younquist, Digital Production

“I learned so much …The Launch program is above and beyond. I think the program is great, unique and provides so many opportunities that I would have not had elsewhere.”

– Andrea Yarletz, PR

“The RPA internship program provided me with the ability to meet phenomenal people, learn more about myself, and find a pathway in the workforce.”

– Max Rubins, Media Planning/Digital Production
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