News Win a Graphic Design Internship at Leo Burnett in Sydney by The Scout 2 years ago 1 min read In the last 5 years, Leo Burnett has won Agency of the Year 17 times on a local, regional and global level. They were the first Australian agency to rank in the Top 10 Most Creative Companies in the world and we were also the first to win both the prestigious Global Cannes Lion for Effectiveness and Media Agency of the Year. Last year, they were the second most awarded Digital company in country with Digital Campaign of the Year and they recently won Shopper Marketing Agency of the Year. It’s clear to say that working for Leo Burnett would be absolutely amazing. How good would your resume look having such as world renowned company listed in your experience section? As part of The Rookies 2017, we are excited to announce that Leo Burnett are offering 1** x fully paid studio internship** at their amazing facilities in Sydney Australia. The internship will include 8 weeks of experience (3 days per week) and be a fully paid position. You will spend time working inside this amazing agency and be exposed to tools and techniques that are used to create award winning campaigns. As an intern, you will receive first hand experience on the production floor and assist the teams with tasks. How do I enter? To go in the running for this amazing opportunity simply: Create an entry right here at**The Rookies **As part of your entry form, make sure to: – select “Graphic Design” as your Primary Industry – answer YES to the question “Would you like to apply for one of the Internships on offer? “ Upload projects that best showcase your skills Start dreaming about how amazing this experience will be! Our judging panel, and representatives from Leo Burnett will review all entries and select 1 lucky winners that will launch their career like they never thought possible. [minti_button link=”/enter-now/” size=”full” target=”_self” lightbox=”false” color=”color-3″ icon=””]Enter Now[/minti_button] Read more posts by this author The Scout I'm part machine, part human, with a little sprinkle of unicorn tears thrown in to help me better understand the CG world.