Havas Health

About Havas Health

Havas Health Network, a division of Havas, stands at the intersection of creativity, communications, and health. With roots dating back to 1835 in Paris, Havas is a global organization that spans over 100 countries and employs 20,000 talented individuals. It lives within the Vivendi family, which is home to with industry giants such as Universal Music Group (the world’s largest music company) and Gameloft (the world’s largest gaming company), as well as Canal Plus (a leading content provider for film and TV).

Our diverse global team shares a common purpose: to enhance lives by promoting health and well-being. As the largest health advertising and communications organization worldwide, we are committed to fostering a collaborative environment where everyone contributes to building impactful brands. We recognize that health profoundly influences every aspect of our lives—our choices, relationships, ambitions, and impact on the world.

At the Havas Health Network, we believe that helping people feel better is about more than just treating the body; it’s also about uplifting the human spirit. We create ideas and experiences that inspire positive health outcomes, fearlessly telling stories that matter on a deeper level. Through our creative work, we aim to change perceptions and empower individuals to lead healthier lives.

Learn more about the Havas Health Network on our website:
If you’re interested in Early Career opportunities, including Summer Internships, visit our Early Careers Program site:


Project Management Intern

June 2023 - August 2023 New York City, NY
“I liked the culture and environment”

IT intern

May 2019 - August 2019 New York City, NY
“The workload was fair and reasonable. Coworkers and superiors were all welcoming and helpful. Completed work that was in-line with my future career aspirations. ”
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Questions & Answers

For those working at Havas Health & You, what have you noticed are important to succeed there?

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Does Havas Health & You offer return offers for their interns? If so, what's the best approach to take?

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