Web Development Intern



Job Description

Welcome to The Real World Experience – Web Dev

The number-one thing any intern wants from their internship? Real-world experience. And what’s more real than…reality TV? (Well, a lot of things, as it turns out. But stay with us here.) Say what you will about it, but when it comes to the stakes? The intrigue? The personalities?

The pure, unfiltered humanity (insanity) of reality TV? Nothing else comes close.

You’ll work on real projects with real industry pros, as well as bump elbows with some of your peer group’s biggest future power-players. You’ll walk away from the experience with new clips for your book, new insights and inspiration to guide your future journey, and maybe even a signature catchphrase or two.

Apply now. Because this is the true story of 6-12 interns picked to spend a summer at St. Louis’s most unscripted ad agency. This is what happens when people stop being students and start getting…real-world experience.

All internships will run for 9 weeks, starting June 6th, 2022 and ending August 5th, 2022. Interns cannot work more than 30 hours per week, and interns can expect to make $13/hour. In addition to working within your team and receiving direct supervision from your assigned mentor, you will interact with all aspects of the agency, and meet every two weeks with the

What type of real-world experience will you gain?

During your internship, you’re part of the team.


You’ll interact with the full stack on multiple projects. You’ll touch the HTML, CSS, and Javascript that make the web beautiful in the browser. You’ll also dig into the nitty-gritty logic, servers, and systems that make applications and sites useful – all while working in an agile-esque, highly collaborative environment with teammates by your (virtual) side.


[Extremely Ms. Frizzle voice] Expect to ask questions, make mistakes, and get messy.


What do you need to know going in?

Before enjoying this internship, you should

– have used a Javascript framework like Vue or React

– have a working knowledge of CSS, HTML, and Javascript

– be familiar with CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) database operations

– Note: Looking up things is encouraged and essential to the work. Developer sounds better than Googler. However, developers do a bunch of Googling.

Bonuses for:

– knowing Typescript

– knowing Git version control

– familiarity with object-oriented and functional programming


Do you need to be on-site?

No. You do need to be online. Most of the team works in the U.S. Central Time Zone. We do have an office. Remote work, in-office work, or a combination of the two is allowed.

Are you “here to make friends”?

A reality show is nothing without its highly engaging, highly meme-able cast of powerful personalities. Consider this your audition tape: show us your personality in the media of your choosing. Share your resume, but also maybe submit a quick video, a voice memo, a self-made meme, a TikTok dance, or—yes, even—a short written response to some (or all, or none) of the following questions to give us a sense of who you are. Seriously. Who are you?

(As for your work? We’d like a PDF, portfolio, or link to your website, please.)

What would your signature reality TV catchphrase be?

Are you “here to make friends”? Why or why not?

Who would be your amazing race partner?

If you had to lip-sync for your life, what song would you choose?

Company Overview

Paradowski Creative is a full-service creative agency based in St. Louis, Missouri with offices in North America and Europe. If you dropped by the agency right now, you’d find roughly 100 writers, designers, strategists, producers, account service managers and developers working on all kinds of amazing stuff. We build brands, campaigns and digital experiences for some of the largest companies on the planet, as well as some of the smallest, not-for-profit organizations. Basically, we do work we believe in for clients we believe in. You can learn more about us at Paradowski.com.

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