Ann Arbor, MI, August 22, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Most companies hiring interns expect them to drive to the office every day. Ingenex Digital Marketing, located in Ann Arbor, MI, has taken a new approach this summer. Instead of asking cash-strapped students to spend their summer driving to work, Ingenex has set up a new and eco-friendly internship that allows interns to work from home four days a week.
Ingenex Digital Marketing is a full-service interactive marketing company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is run by CEO, Derek Mehraban, a Michigan State advertising graduate. The company provides services in Interactive and web, search engine marketing, social media and much more. Its clients include West System, Campusfaves.com, and Inforum Michigan.
Ingenex eco-friendly interns are currently focusing on social media marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click Google Adwords (ppc), digital marketing strategy, and online public relations.
Meet the Inaugural Eco-Friendly Team:
Lia Homeister completed her sophomore year at Michigan State University. Homeister, an advertising major, is learning digital skills that will help her become a better media planner.
Grant Heitkamp, a recent graduate of Michigan State University’s advertising program, is becoming an expert in all aspects of Digital Marketing with plans to implement these skills for future employers.
Kevin Conlon, also a recent graduate of MSU with a degree in Advertising, hopes his digital marketing expertise will be valuable in an account management role with future employers.
The Ingenex eco-friendly digital marketing internship is the first of its kind. The growing demand for digital skills in corporate America is undeniable. Ingenex plans to expand the program in Fall 2008, and offer digital marketing education to more students at Michigan State University. To learn about the eco-friendly internship visit: www.ecofriendlyinternship.com.