INTERNSHIP FAQs

Why intern at Helm?

Helm Creative Studio is an exciting, fast-pace creative studio based in the beautiful city of Philadelphia. It’s the perfect atmosphere to learn and grow in every creative facet! From photo to video to design, you’ll learn a little bit of everything by participating in the Helm internship. We’ve specifically designed this program to be beneficial for you as the student. We always say, “Come as you are, but don’t leave as you came.” We invite you to come with a teachable spirit and open mind and learn what it means to use creative storytelling in every industry. We’ve worked with a variety of clients including NFL players, concert venues, medical companies, event planners, martial arts studios, non-profits, and more. Participating in Helm internship is sure to grow you in ways you can’t imagine, so why not apply?

How do I apply?

We ask that all interns fill out a short an internship form! We just want to understand you and your skills and passions to see where you would fit best here at Helm! Fill out the form attached below and email it, along with your portfolio, to ashlee@helmcreativestudio.com. Once you’ve submitted the form, our team will contact you shortly to set up a 30-minute phone interview getting to know you even more and talking through more internship details and logistics.

What are the dates?

We run the internship during the spring and fall semesters, as well as over the summer.

What does a typical day look like?

Internship days vary depending on the project, but we’ll always keep you busy. Depending on the week you may be a part of a photo or video shoot, spend the day designing content in Illustrator or Photoshop, or possibly brainstorming a marketing campaign. We’ve also mixed in learning days, where you’ll be able to hear from some industry experts about creativity, storytelling, and the real-world.

Is it paid?

Although the internship is not paid, the schedule is extremely flexible and easy to fit into a traditional work schedule.

Is housing provided?

Housing is not provided, but if students choose to commute from their homes, collaborative internship days are flexible.