Everyone knows how competitive the job market is these days, even for summer internships. Sports apparel brand Under Armour is taking the competition for its summer internship program up a notch with its “Ultimate Intern” program.
Rather than just submitting resumes, Under Armour is asking prospective interns to compete in social media challenges for two available intern spots. Philly-based agency, Red Tettemer + Partners created the social application competition, which includes challenges like creating a 40-second video about oneself, completing Twitter drills, interviewing an athlete, and creating a video documentary and a custom Tumblr page.
Red Tettemer + Partners are working with Under Armour (the leader in sports performance apparel, footwear, and accessories) who are offering a career-jumpstarting opportunity for two college undergrads to join the brand this summer as the "Ultimate Intern Team." Students may apply from April 5 - May 3 at http://ultimateintern.ua.com/ by uploading a resume and completing a handful of social challenges throughout the application process including developing a 40 second speech, interviewing an athlete, and creating a video documentary and a custom Tumblr page.
Red Tettemer wants you to know the California Association of Realtors aren't just selling homes. Because a new home isn't just a new home, but a new neighborhood, and school district, too. The California Association of Realtors are making family dreams a reality. Especially for kids who dress up like robots.
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Red Tettemer and Partners created this ad for the California Association Of Realtors, reminding people that real estate has a huge benefit on us all. it's not just buying a house. Its helping grow and shift the economy for the better, across the state.
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Google is giving 8,000 people an early shot at owning Glass — their 21st century version of the monocle that puts a computer screen in front of one eye. Delaware Valley residents are among those who were picked (via social media) to get the device before the rest of us.
Philadelphia based ad agency Red Tettemer (RT) has brought on a new clan of creative talent to support a stream of new business wins. So of course, they commissioned crayon sculptures of each new starter as a testament to their growing success.