• Style client websites to be on-brand, visually appealing and easy to navigate
  • Troubleshoot site issues 
  • Handle multiple projects and deadlines under pressure 
  • Guide intern developers as needed
  • Take direction from experienced developers 
  • Collaborate with development team and Project Manager + programming and design teams to ensure project success


  • You have meticulous attention to detail 
  • You’re familiar with code at a basic level and you have looked into or practiced writing HTML & SCSS code
  • You are interested in working with Adobe photoshop
  • You want to learn website design standards, layout and typography + current trends and technologies
  • You are familiar with or willing to learn web/graphic design and JavaScript/JQuery skills 
  • You are a team player with a positive attitude

Intern Benefits

  • Paid half hour lunch (8 hours work = 8 hours pay)
  • Corporate sponsored Lifetime Fitness membership
  • Local small batch coffee on tap
  • Gain marketable skills
  • Resume review with mentors OR
  • Opportunity to prove yourself hirable at iNET 



As an intern, you will work with ~50 copywriters, digital marketers, graphic designers, videographers, front-end developers, and programmers to fulfill our mission: Improving the Economy One Business at a Time™ with Profit Generating Websites™. Go capitalism! 🦅 🗽 Our team also has server admins and a few onsite technicians who double as in-house IT. See photos of the team. We grew up on a lot of direct-with-proprietor small business relationships back before website marketing was even a thing. Now a full-service marketing agency, we place more radio radio and podcast ads than anyone in Wisconsin. As our clients continue to grow, we now collaborate with robust and digitally literate in-house teams. The next phase in our growth is all about ownership mindset and culture fit. That means you: a self-starter who loves interacting daily with successful clients and colleagues. You take feedback well and can give it back, candidly and respectfully. Ideal intern candidates love responsibility and aspire to self-management (no babysitting!). Should you be the kind of intern that is offered a full time position, that means you own the outcomes: you will be expected to troubleshoot, improvise, and often make decisions on your own about overcoming issues - not passing the buck to someone else!