Intern @ Vault

Vault Communications offers summer, fall and spring internship opportunities to rising college juniors or seniors and sometimes, recent college graduates.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Ariel Vegotsky at avegotsky@vaultcommunications.com.

Applications will be reviewed and candidates being considered will be contacted for a phone interview to begin the evaluation process. Thank you for your interest in Vault!

Meet our summer interns!


Kate Wolper

A rising senior at Fordham University majoring in Communication and Culture, Kate comes to Vault for a taste of agency life to round out her internship experience. Previously, she was a marketing intern at the Elmwood Park Zoo, a personal assistant for a New York Times Bestselling Author and a cooking camp instructor — how’s that for diversification! Kate loves taking advantage of all that living in New York City has to offer (read: food) and has made it her personal goal to master the NYC subway system.

Colleen McBride

After just having spent 6 weeks studying abroad in Florence, Colleen is ready to add another layer of experience to her undergraduate degree in Advertising — this time from beautiful Plymouth Meeting, which we’ve been told rivals Florence in its beauty. As a rising junior in the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State University, she bleeds blue and white while staying true to her Philly roots. Whether she’s in Happy Valley or the Greater Philadelphia area, Colleen is constantly looking for opportunities to grow her PR and marketing repertoire and put her creativity to work. Outside of the office, she can be found on the beach in Sea Isle, in the stands of a football game, or wandering the aisles of her local Wawa… or any Wawa for that matter.


Vault Interns: Where Are They Now?

Mary Heppenstall

“Vault gave me a great example of what a working environment should be. I felt valued and trusted every day of my internship, which was a strong foundation for entering the workplace. Although after my time at Vault I pursued an opportunity outside of public relations, my Vault internship provided me with a competitive edge in my first job in advertising with a strong understanding of responsibility, professionalism and confidence.

Currently, I’m a Manager, Programmatic Media for Accuen, an OmnicomMediaGroup company, where I manage digital advertising campaigns including the strategy development, project management, report delivery and client communications.”

Emily Hunter

emilyhunter“My internship at Vault gave me hands-on experience working in PR and exposed me to the ins-and-outs of having a successful career in the industry. From drafting press releases and building media lists, to helping with client projects and pitching stories to the press, my internship at Vault gave me the skills, knowledge, confidence and strong work ethic to pursue a career in PR.

Today, I am an Assistant Account Executive at FerenComm, a television entertainment publicity firm in New York City.  I work on several accounts, assisting in ongoing media relations for national television networks, including Bravo, AMC, SundanceTV, Travel Channel, GSN and Telemundo. In my day-to-day role, I develop and maintain relationships with mainstream and niche press based on show content, manage client projects, and assist in the planning and execution of various events, including red carpet events, publicity stunts, premiere parties and network Upfront Presentations.”

Lauren Duda

LDuda “During my time at Vault, I truly learned the value of engaging content. There, I learned how to create, distribute and leverage it in a way that served our clients’ individual needs. While I am working on more internal content at Lockheed Martin, the principle still holds true. I feel that I am better equipped to create unique content that engages our employees because of my experience at Vault.

Currently, I am a Communications Leadership Development Program Associate. The highly selective program combines one internal and one external communications rotation. Currently, I am in the midst of my first rotation, where I work on employee and executive communications for the F-35 program. Some of my daily activities include creating articles that highlight employees across the program, repurposing this content externally as needed, organizing F-35 team engagement events and writing for executive leadership.”