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Could You Be EL AL’s Super Intern?

Israeli airline hosts contest to find the next ‘super intern’

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: March 29th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Could You Be EL AL’s Super Intern?

EL AL, Israeli’s flag carrier airline, launched a unique contest on March 27th inviting Canadians to submit a one-minute video for the wonderful opportunity to intern at the company’s Toronto office.

Internships are a fantastic way for individuals seeking experience in a specific field to work closely alongside professionals to gain invaluable knowledge and business acumen.

EL AL is one of the world’s most reputable airlines, so what better way to advance your future career than to work amongst the best? The contest winner with work with the EL AL internal support team, help the marketing manager with all EL AL Canada marketing relations, help execute marketing and retention programs, aid the EL AL country manager with communication and marketing activities, and support Canadian event campaigns.

If you’re interested in this opportunity, all you have to do is create a one-minute video on Facebook. There are no specific requirements for the video. In fact, EL AL encourages participants to be funny, creative, and compelling. Essentially, you want to demonstrate why you would be the best candidate for this position.

The contest ends on April 5, 2012.

To find out more information or to enter visit the contest page on Facebook: https://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/contests/200625

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