Our focus? Make brands mean something to consumers no matter how they come in contact.

Which is why we have deep expertise across multiple disciplines. This creates an integrated solution of the critical marketing capabilities our clients need. Not to mention less overhead and more cohesive thinking.

It works! Over 100 top brands agree.

Founded in 1993, The Marketing Arm has a distinctive culture that aims to inspire the best people to improve daily, think bigger, and maximize fun.

We have 750+ employees across 15 offices in 10 countries, and are a part of the DAS Group of Companies, a division of Omnicom Group Inc.

If you care about awards, we’ve got those too: “Most Awarded Agency,” “Most Creative Agency,” “Best Places to Work,” Lions, Pencils, Clios, Reggies … you name it.

Our culture is unbeatable, and we're growing in size and capability every day. We have fun, take pride in our work, and welcome talented people who want to do the same.

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Gateway to Greatness Apprenticeship at The Marketing Arm

If you’re looking for a paid apprenticeship, have graduated, and are looking to work full time in entertainment, sports, shopper, event, or digital marketing, the Gateway to Greatness (GtoG) program is for you!

The Marketing Arm, a next-generation consumer engagement agency with offices in Dallas, LA, Chicago, NYC, Wilton, CT and Irvine, CA is looking for motivated, smart, creative candidates who want to be part of one of the best programs in the industry. Gaining valuable experience by interacting with and learning from industry experts, great clients, and while working in a fun environment is only a taste of what our program can offer you!

Job Overview:

We are looking for an apprentice Art Director to join our consumer engagement team. We work on large clients that span categories from food & beverage to financial institutions, and we produce anything from consumer promotions to social content for them. As an apprentice, you’ll have the same responsibilities as a Jr. Art Director and partner with the rest of our creative team. Do you have fierce design skills and are you proficient in Adobe Creative Suite? Good. Are you a killer conceptor and love brainstorms? Even better. What about a can-do attitude and strong communication skills? You just might be the one.

Qualifications:

  • Must be available to work Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week
  • Must have completed or finalizing a degree in a related field

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