Paid Internships in Marketing, Media and Tech: Available Until March 19th

Apply to M2T for your chance to score a 1-year paid internship working with top companies in the world of Marketing, Media and Technology.

Looking for your first job? The struggle is real.

Especially if you’re not exactly sure what you want to do once you graduate.

Your first paying job. 

To help, a few industry insiders have created a unique program to help students get their first paying job.

They’ve put together a first-of-its-kind 1-year paid internship for marketing, media and technology enthusiasts. It is called M2T and it’s the first program from The M2T Collective.

What is it? 

M2T is a unique 1-year paid graduate program. You’ll get to work for three months each at four different, amazing companies in the marketing, tech and media space.

You’ll get to work at a media agency, in sales at a social media company, at a tech start-up, and in marketing at a fintech start-up.

They’ll connect you with industry thought leaders from companies like Snapchat and Mars Wrigley. You’ll also have the chance to go to amazing conferences like C2 in Montreal.

Here’s what you get:

A job for one year.

Yes. You get paid. There’s even benefits and vacation time. It’s like earning a paycheque to go to school.

Job rotation.

You’ll get to experience working in four different roles at four different companies.

Access to mentors.

Connect with a seasoned marketing/ media executive as your personal mentor. It’s like your very own Sherif Hopper.

Attend industry events.

You’ll have access to amazing conferences and events.

Be a founding applicant.

Become one of the first grads to be part of this ground-breaking new program.

Interested? Hurry. The deadline to apply is March 19th!

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Chris D’Alessandro

Chris D’Alessandro

Chris D’Alessandro is the Communications Manager at Student Life Network. He puts words together in fancy ways and has more cover-up tattoos than he'd care to admit.