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Natural Light is Looking for a Summer Intern And It Pays $40 An Hour

It's time to start dusting off the ol' resume. If you've ever wished of finding a summer job that lets you drink beer and get paid well, this is the job for you. Natural Light, aka Natty Light, is looking for their new 2019 Natty Light Summer Intern and wants the best of the best. Don't expect this job to tie you down to a desk from 9-5. Not a chance, just check out the recruitment video.

The beer brand is looking for one individual who they deem "Natty qualified". If you love beer, have a knack for creativity, and are over 21 years of age, consider yourself qualified for this once in a lifetime internship.

"Look, I am sick and tired of high-quality human beings being overlooked because they're not on the (air quotations) 'Dean's list,"' said Solimani. "Do we like awesome grades? Sure. But on top of that we want an ambitious, scrappy trailblazer. We're running Natty Light, not your uncle's accounting firm."

Getting down to the nitty-gritty, minimum qualifications include being "outgoing, but not annoying, there is a fine line", and the ability to spell "Protractor". During the internship, you can expect to attend various events as an ambassador of the brand, create viral content across all Natural Light social channels, conduct guerilla marketing, conduct product research, design some sick swag, and even create a weekly vlog to document your internship. Guerilla marketing, if you didn't know, is cheap outdoor marketing. Flash mobs and that time Domino's started filling potholes would be considered guerilla marketing.

If you think you are the perfect candidate, simply hop over to the Natural Light website and sent in your application. If picked, you'll be working at the Natural Light office in New York City from June 10-August 2. According to Natural Light, the internship has an "approximate retail value" of $12,800. Who knows, this internship might be the first step towards your successful career. 

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