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Leo Burnett Chicago
35 West Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
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Apply to Be a Chicago Summer Intern

It's that time of year again...internship application season! Our Chicago office is getting so excited to welcome a new class of summer interns. Applications are open now through March 31 and can be found on our careers site. Check out this list of FAQs below to answer some questions you might have, and follow Leo Burnett Chicago Internship on Facebook or visit the Leo Burnett Chicago website for more information.


When is the application deadline? March 31st.

Can I apply for more than one internship? Yes, but you should have a primary interest and be qualified for those that you apply for. If you apply to more than 3, the system will flag your application. We want to see that you’re committed to a specific discipline.

When will I hear back from Leo? If your application and experience matches our needs then a recruiter will try to be in touch with you by the end of April.

What is the interview process like? This varies by department. Each will start with a phone screen by a recruiter. It is up to each team whether or not they want to meet the candidates in person; however, most interns are selected based off of their conversations with the recruiter.

Is the internship paid? Yes.

Do you provide housing? No, but we do give interns a list of resources and connect them with other interns looking for roommates.

What if I’m not finished with classes by June 8th? No worries, if you need to start a week later that isn’t a problem. However, if it’s any later than a week, it gets tricky with the intern project.