Collider Lab is Yum! Brand’s internal strategic consultancy that includes a bunch of planners, anthropologists, trend experts and innovators collaborating on some pretty cool projects around the world. We work pretty intensely with Taco Bell, helping them come up with the next Doritos Locos Taco and reimagine the buying experience, among other fun things. We also help KFC rethink their brand in France, the UK, and in about 15 other countries. We’ve also had the good fortune to work closely with Hulu, Nestlé, Pizza Hut, and other great brands.
We’re currently looking for strategy interns to join our team virtually for Fall 2020 (internship cycles are approximately 3-4 months). The Fall 2020 cycle will be remote, so we are open to candidates around the U.S. In this role, you’ll be partnered up with a team to work on different projects every month or so. The projects vary from innovation to brand positioning to rethinking the future of the business. The ideal candidate has a special super power: you’re either a culture guru, an anthro-master, or a data geek. As long as you’re willing to embrace BOTH your analytical and creative side, we’re interested! The internship will be paid and can range from 15-30 hours per week depending on your schedule.
To learn more about us, check out our website at thecolliderlab.com. To apply, please submit your resume along with the answers to the questions below in one PDF file.
- In what kind of environment do you work best in?
- Outside of work, what are you passionate about? What drives you in life?
- How do you actively develop your skills and expand your knowledge?
- What interests/excites you most about what we do at Collider Lab?
- What would you be hoping to get out of this internship?
- What’s something special you can bring to the Collider team?
We are a marketing strategy consultancy, fully owned by Yum! Brands, so we get to work on some pretty amazing global projects for Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC–plus a bunch of cool outside clients. It’s the perfect mix of agency life and client-side.