The iconic St Louis Gateway Arch.
The iconic St Louis Gateway Arch.

St. Louis’ top agencies for grads to aim for

For any recent or soon-to-be college graduate, here is a compiled list of quality agencies to look into for your future in public relations. The list consists of agencies located in the St. Louis, MO area. The below information includes key details about the agency such as, a brief background, core value, strengths, clients and how to get in touch.

O’Malley Hansen Communications
O’Malley Hansen Communications focuses on building brand visibility and company reputation through national and local media relations, social media, employee engagement, and influencer outreach. The firm has worked with clients from Energizer, Sara Lee, SharkNinja, and Barclaycard US.

Currently, O’Malley Hansen Communications is seeking a full-time public relations intern. This offer is a paid internship opportunity for college students and recent graduates. Interns would get hands on experience working directly with OHC mentors on a wide range of communications functions. Check out the listing on the Careers page of PRSA St. Louis for more information regarding responsibilities for candidates.

Hauser Group
The Hauser Group is a certified, woman-owned communication firm offering unique expertise and enthusiastic service, all delivered by a personable team. Their clients vary from industry and size coming from both public and private sectors. Some of their most recent clients are US Cellular, American Lung Association, Casino Queen, Kids’ Museum St. Louis, and others.

The Hauser Group has a great opportunity for upcoming graduates to sharpen their skills as a paid intern. Smaller firms often mean bigger responsibilities which gives students an upper hand in field experience for the future. There are high expectations and applicants are required to be strong communicators; written and spoken, digitally savvy, working towards a degree in a related field, and proficient skills with Microsoft Office Suite.

To apply, follow the process listed in the Internship section on their website. They have three specific dates to apply by for each semester that coincide with when the position will be held. To be considered for the summer position make sure to apply by March 6th.

FleishmanHillard develops bold work that instils value and changes conversations. The team works across multiple channels and industries around the globe. The workplace goal is to discover new ways to differentiate and drive growth. Clients range from Quaker Life Cereal, Emerson, AT&T, Chevrolet, and EA Sports.

Here are some requirements for application located on their Careers page, if interested in a PR internship. Must provide resume, cover letter, letter of recommendation, college transit and three writing samples. To be considered qualified the student or recent graduate should have at least a 3.2 GPA and be past their junior year of college.

Elasticity focuses on stretching the boundaries of digital engagement and acquiring new audiences for clients. The team strategy comes down to a complex combination of art and science. This effort has led to helping brands such as Mastercard, Best Buy, Fireball Whiskey, and the Federal Reserve Bank.

If you’re a communicator, creator, or thinker looking for an environment that will challenge and change you. Elasticity is interested to hear from you, get in touch with them through their Careers page. Make sure to do your research before sending in an email, highlight the reasons you would fit in perfectly with this group of creatives.

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