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Throughout their tangled histories, the advertising and music businesses have historically benefitted from highlighting people’s differences. We gotta do this for them, and that for them. These industries have made money off of segmenting us and marketing to us in ways that force us to deny our shared experiences. They are incentivized to divide and conquer.

At Translation and UnitedMasters, we’re fighting to break those barriers down because most of them don’t really exist. The strength of this company is actually appreciating our differences, proving that those differences are what make us stronger as a unit, and showing how that strength is going to impact the world. The culture here is you gotta be ambidextrous, you’ve gotta speak multiple languages, and you must have empathy. If you’re willing to learn, and you’re willing to know what you don’t know, you’re going to have the time of your life.

Please Note: Applications have closed.

We are still reviewing applications but will be following up in the coming weeks regarding next steps. Keep your eyes on your inbox! 👀

2019 Summer Internship Timelines:

  • Application: Jan 25th - March 15th.

  • Notifications: On a rolling basis.

  • Finalist Interviews: March 25th through April 1st, tentatively.

  • Internship: June 3rd - August 2nd.



Q: How long is this internship?

A: Nine weeks, from June 3rd to August 2nd. But getting twelve rounds of brutal feedback from your Creative Director? That lasts a lifetime.

Q: Will housing & transportation be provided?

A: While housing is not provided, we can offer you a list of student friendly housing options to explore. But hey, this is a full-time (40 hrs/week), paid internship and you also get a monthly MetroCard. Oh, and also unlimited rides on the Staten Island Ferry. So, worth it?

Q: I'm a senior in college. Will I get a job out of this?

A: In the words of Founder + CEO Steve Stoute, "Everyone wants a six–pack, but no one wants to do the crunches." Do with that what you will.  And also, this.



New York
10 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

San Francisco
2360 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 91407

General Inquiries

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Jean-Luc Lukunku

There was nothing like All Summer 17. From meeting 2Chainz and Vince Staples backstage during Defiant Ones, hearing my voice in a Nets spot (maybe just a bit), and helping to put together a hilarious State farm campaign, internship was nothing short of awesome. I got to work in a super fun work environment with other interns I can now call my close friends. Best of all, after a couple months of putting in hard work your boy got HIRED. 


Lydia Dizon

I was lucky enough to have two internships at Translation. One of the things I love about Translation is that they are more than a company, they became family! I learned so much from getting to work on a handful of different projects. It really helped me develop my professional and design skills. Each person in the company makes you feel welcomed and wants you to learn the most during your time with them. 

Patrick McKinley

All Summer 2018 was a truly transformative experience for me. As an intern at UnitedMasters, I was surrounded by some of the brightest minds in the music industry who were all deeply invested in my professional growth and consistently gave me opportunities to contribute. Submitting work for world-class artists like Nas and brands like the NBA were clear standout moments for me, and I can’t wait to see what opportunities All Summer 19 holds for the next intern class. The inclusive culture of Translation and UnitedMasters continues to make me feel at home, and it will be a privilege to work alongside the best young entrepreneurs in music this summer to disrupt the independent music landscape

Manny Garcia


I learned real quick that this place is about more than advertising. From the jump, I had mentors that wanted me to be myself. We talked about my interests as much as my ideas. They taught me that tapping into them will bring out the best in the work. It's what the couple hundred heads here do. We've got marathoners, photographers, chefs, emcees—and when the emcee dropped an album, we all came out for the listening party. 

That energy's so contagious and welcoming. It only made it easier to bond with my intern crew. You'll definitely get to know yours. They'll be the biggest characters and clowns. The best part. Maybe even guests at your future wedding (shoutout Kyler & Kylie, congrats amigo!).