If you love motorcycles and social media, then Harley-Davidson’s new “Find Your Freedom” internship is pretty much a dream come true. This week, the company announced a new summer program that pays recruits to ride motorcycles. And best of all, they’ll get to keep the bike at the end of the job.
During the 12-week internship, interns will be expected to ride around the USA on a Harley and “chronicle your summer on social media”. Sounds awesome, right?
This internship is designed to offer applicants hands-on experience in integrated marketing communications. H-D will teach you to ride, give you a bike and pay you to discover motorcycle culture while you find your freedom on the open road. And at the end of it all, you’ll even get to keep a bike.
The internship program is open to junior and senior level college students (or equivalent) or recent college graduates across the globe, 18 years old and above, looking to pursue a career in social media, communications, public relations or marketing. In total, eight interns will be selected for the program and applications are due Friday, May 11.
To qualify, candidates must have a taste for adventure and be socially savvy storytellers. For the application candidates must describe what FREEDOM means to them by creating a video, writing an essay, developing a photo collage, or creating whatever piece of content they want to make their application unique and then submitting it to – FreedomInternship@Harley-Davidson.com.
For more information on the #FindYourFreedom internship program, visit the hiring page at www.h-d.com, and follow the interns throughout the summer on the brand’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SnapChat channels.
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