Journalism

Editorial Internship

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Location: 
Fort Lauderdale
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

For nearly 50 years, Gulfstream Media Group has led the affluent, glossy magazine industry in South Florida. Under the name of its flagship publication, Gold Coast magazine, Gulfstream Media Group has grown to six lifestyle (including Boca Life Magazine, The Palm Beacher, Jupiter Magazine, Stuart Magazine and Fort Lauderdale) and four interior design magazines (Broward Design, Boca Design, Miami Design and Palm Beach Design) covering communities from Miami to Stuart. The award-winning company was founded in 1965, and in 1970 its current owner and publisher, Bernard McCormick, came to the helm.

Internship Duties: 

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how a magazine is created and find out if this is the career for you. Interns will learn to pitch and write stories, and coordinate editorial calendars and themes. Opportunities to earn bylines in a collection of 10 magazines, covering topics as varied as inspiring entrepreneurs and philanthropists, fashion and beauty, health and fitness and more.

Responsibilities of the internship include:

Developing themes and content
Pitching, executing and writing stories for print and digital
Editing and fact-checking digital and print content
Managing editorial archives and our annual charity register
Contributing to our social media presence

The ideal candidate should:

Possess strong use of AP style
Have fluid interviewing and writing skills
Be detail oriented and work well in a deadline-oriented environment

Commitment:

This opportunity is unpaid but can be used toward college credit. Commitment is targeted at 15-20 hours per week.

For more information visit http://www.fortlauderdaledaily.com/editorial-internships.

Intern at Sorority Fashion

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Location: 
Los Angeles
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

Why Intern at Sorority Fashion?
This is an excellent opportunity if you’re interested in fashion or journalism and want to expand your writing portfolio and get your name out there. Writing, modeling or being a photographer for SF will give you real-life fashion industry and journalism experience and will be an impressive reference on any resume. Sorority Fashion interns will walk away with fashion and media industry experience, improved web writing skills, free swag, and possibly even a full-time job.

Internship Duties: 

Sorority Fashion is currently looking for interns and contributors for Summer and Fall 2015. If you’re interested in working with us here at SF, read on for all the details!
Positions Available:
We are currently looking for contributors and interns for following positions:
-Writers/Contributors (Fashion, Beauty, Home, Lifestyle, or Food) – VIRTUAL
-Editorial Intern – Los Angeles

If you love taking photos and seeking out style on campus but also like to write, you are welcome to apply for more than one position.
What we’re looking for:
The ideal candidate would be enrolled in college as of Fall 2015 (recent grads will also be considered), passionate about all things fashion, responsible, hard working, self-motivated, creative, and organized. Applicants should have a strong command of the English language (spelling and grammar are very important) and should be able to handle writing on a deadline. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, HTML, and/or WordPress is a big plus.

Benefits & Perks: 

Perks of being a Sorority Fashion writer include having a fun job, testing out new products before they hit the shelves, networking within the industry, attending fashion-related events in your area, and possibly the occasional celebrity interview. Positions are available in our Los Angeles Headquarters. Also, this can be an online position, so you’ll be able to work from any location and (for the most part) choose your own hours.
College credit is available, and outstanding writers may be offered continuing paid positions at the end of the semester.
How to Apply:
E-mail sororityfashion@gmail.com with the following information:
Position Selection: Writer (include preferred category) or Editorial Intern
Samples of your writing (include your blog URL if you have one) – the more relevant the better! If you don’t have experience writing fashion or blog-style articles, write up a short sample Sorority Fashion article to show you can handle it.
A list of topics you’d like to blog about – be specific. If you get the position, what are some articles you’d like to write for Sorority Fashion? If you could have a weekly column here, what would it cover? What topics are you most passionate and knowledgeable about? The more creative and unique, the better.
Your top 5 favorite fashion trends right now
Where you go to school and your class year

HEARST MAGAZINES / CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS

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Location: 
New York
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

Hearst Creative Communications (the corporation’s full-service in-house creative department) seeks an intern to learn more about this creative team. This is an opportunity suited for a detail-oriented person looking to gain experience in a fast-paced, artistic environment that works with all facets of the company.

Internship Duties: 

Interns will learn project coordination, organization of department archives, learn what goes into photo research, and learn what goes into working with designers.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite.
Applicants must be able to receive college credit and intern at least 2-3 days per week.

Copywriting Internship/Tocquigny

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Location: 
Austin
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

We’re looking for conceptual writers with an excellent range of voice. Make us laugh, make us cry, make us proud. As a Copywriting Intern at Tocquigny, you will get an inside look at the conception, writing, design and production of different projects across multiple media with an emphasis on digital. You will learn agency expectations through hands-on experience with our creative team. Most importantly, you write copy for real-world clients and receive valuable feedback to improve your writing skills. If you want to start your week off with breakfast tacos, end it with happy hour and use the rest of it to feed your portfolio something fresh, we want to shake your hand. Think you can do it? Let’s see that book.

Internship Duties: 

o Must be a junior, senior or graduate student

o Must be able to work approximately 12-15 hours per week

o Must have student or professional work samples (printed, Web-based, or PDFs) for review

o Must be enrolled in or have completed in an intermediate or advanced portfolio class

o Solid writing skills, an opinion on serial comma usage and a creative approach to projects

o The ability to research and write intelligently on unfamiliar topics for client and agency needs

o Must have superior attention to detail, organizational skills and a positive, energetic attitude

We will verify and complete the required documentation if course credit is desired for your internship.

Resumes will be accepted beginning June 1, 2015.

GROWING TRAVEL WEBSITE + CREATIVE AGENCY seeks Summer Intern

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Location: 
Nantucket
Semester: 
Summer 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

Border Free Travels is both a wanderlust website and creative agency.

Border Free Travels Wanderlust Website is a lifestyle travel blog full of adventure, nature and always a little luxury. We focus on inspiring travel where our adventurous followers go out into the world and live the life they love - whatever - and wherever that may be. We love… off the beaten path adventures, meeting locals, handmade things, products from the earth, glamping, luxury boutique hotels and b and b’s, street food and farm to table eats, challenging hikes, riding, cycling and trying just about anything outside of our comfort zone. We use the art of storytelling through digital media.

Border Free Travels Creative Agency uses a forward-thinking approach to creative vision, producing concepts that captivate attention and calls to action. Socially savvy in film, photography, and copywriting, founder Kristen Kellogg takes a unique approach to each lifestyle campaign. We pride our company on creating a genuine connection between our client and their target audience, cultivating a long lasting relationship between brand and consumer. We only work with brands we truly believe in and would use ourselves.

Internship Duties: 

Border Free Travels is looking for a dynamic summer intern to begin immediately assisting with public relations, marketing, social media and bringing on new clients for travel and lifestyle campaigns. This is a three month position 20-30 hours a week, unpaid with college credit and potential to earn commission on sponsorships brought in for travel films as well as new clients.

The ideal candidate possesses the following:

-Must Love Travel!
-Believes anything is possible and dreams big
-Interested in lifestyle brands, branding, destination marketing and tourism
-Has a great grasp on social media knowledge: twitter, instagram and facebook.
-Has an excellent grasp on Wordpress + Mail Chimp
-Excellent communication skills, great at relationship building and networking
-Sense of Humor, witty and thinks on his/her feet
-Has an interest in photography and film

-Motivated self starter and works well remotely
-Creative at making captions for social media photos

DUTIES include but are not limited to:

-Maintain monthly content calendar

-Editing, formatting and posting weekly travel newsletter.
-Research destinations, emerging travel trends, new technologies, travel style, and writes weekly blog posts
---Edits blog/ blog posts
-SEO optimizing blog posts, you tube videos and other posts and videos.

-Brainstorms new non-traditional creative ways to reach the Border Free Travels audience.
-Outreach and pitching to tourism boards and brands for collaborations.
-Seeks out and obtains good fit of sponsors for interactive travel films and pitches sponsorships, initial outreach, follow up, sets up meetings with founder.
-Works on growth of social media following interacting with travelers.
-Sends out press releases about new projects launched to gain interest and secure write-ups in larger magazines, guest posts, and hosted interviews on television networks.
-Updates Media Kit + Pitch Deck.

Benefits & Perks: 

Learn photography tips for taking impactful photos that really move people on social media, whitty and clever caption writing and how to think creatively when it comes to marketing a small business. You will be working to promote films where we use an innovative technology not yet widely introduced to the travel industry. You will learn lifelong skills you can use in any industry, including public relations, brand pitching, and the value and art of content creation. If a good fit, there is potential to take on a position with Border Free Travels at commencement of the internship.

Huffington Post's Fall Fellowship Program

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Location: 
New York
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Paid: 
Yes
Industry: 

The Huffington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning source of breaking news, commentary, entertainment, features and lifestyle content, as well as a platform for a highly engaged community of opinion and conversation. With nearly 130 million unique visitors each month (comScore), it is the largest news site in the US. The site has more than 85,000 bloggers -- from politicians, students and celebrities to academics, parents and policy experts -- who contribute in real time on the subjects about which they are most passionate. HuffPost is a global publication, with editions in the UK, Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Maghreb, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, Greece and India and more on the way, including Australia.

Internship Duties: 

Want the opportunity to work side-by-side with the editors who are behind the biggest media publisher online? The Huffington Post is looking for exceptional candidates who are not only excited about what’s happening in digital media right now but have ideas about where it’s going. Get a byline on your first day, shape our social strategy, and contribute to our video-first platform. This is where it all starts.

The HuffPost Fellowship is a six-month, full-time paid program that gives participants a hands on experience in all aspects of digital media. If you’ve got the HuffPost DNA, we want you to be a part of shaping the future of the Internet with us. Through trainings, unique projects and working with various teams across the newsroom, fellows will have an experience that puts them at the cutting edge of web publishing. There are three fellowship start dates per year and the program is based in AOL’s New York office in Greenwich Village.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Writing headlines, packaging stories and video content

- Monitoring breaking news and identifying viral stories

- Pitching and producing shareable content for a social media audience

- Help us manage social media accounts and identify emerging platforms

Qualifications
WHAT WE LOOK FOR:

- Self-starters with an insatiable appetite for news and information

- Strong research and writing skills

- Passion for the power and influence of social media

- Meticulous dedication to detail and the ability to multitask

- Creativity and confidence to share your unique perspective and ideas

- Ability to receive constructive criticism professionally, and quickly apply the feedback

- A demonstrated excitement about HuffPost’s editorial mission

Interested candidates should click HERE to apply.

Social Media Intern-Summer 2015// StyleHaul

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Location: 
New York
Semester: 
Summer 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

StyleHaul is the largest original video content network on YouTube for fashion and beauty. A community of more than 5,000 original creators (including Zoella, iJustine, Joey Graceffa, Carli Bybel and more) serving a global audience of style influencers and tastemakers who come to create, consume and share. StyleHaul is the next generation fashion destination.

Internship Duties: 

The StyleHaul Social Media Team is looking for a hard-working, social savvy, style-enthused NY-based intern to help assist the team with our many projects. Intern must be available for at least 3 days and at most 5 days from Monday through Friday. (Days can be determined by your schedule).

Duties Include:

- Gathering and creation of social media posts for various platforms.
- Development of photo library for Instagram & social cover images.
- Assistance in social strategy brainstorm and campaign execution
- Photoshop projects
- Blog writing for the StyleHaul blog
- General office assistance

The ideal candidate:

- Knows and loves YouTube, fashion and beauty!
- Wants to learn more about the social space and digital media.
- Is proficient in Photoshop and Wordpress.
- Takes pride in his/her own social accounts
- Lives in the NYC area and has reliable transportation
- Wants to join a fun start-up with the opportunity to rub elbows with celebs (we just launched a series with Karrueche Tran & Denise Richards, and have our first feature film coming out in June!) and YouTube stars.

Benefits & Perks: 

Work with a fun group of stylish, fun women who are eager to teach! We'll help you gain experience in the social realm, while teaching you more about the YouTube space and its biggest stars.

Shelter PR

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Location: 
Beverly Hills
Semester: 
Fall 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

We are passionate public relations experts that specialize in entertainment, music, cause marketing, fashion, lifestyle and pop culture. We offer a range of services from strategic approach to media relations for talent, entertainment properties, brands and charities.

Internship Duties: 

Based in Beverly Hills, Shelter PR’s internship program offers college students the opportunity to learn and develop the skills necessary for a successful career in the public relations field. Intern candidates must have good communication/people skills, strong writing skills, be comfortable speaking on the phone, creativity, and have a genuine interest in public relations. Current students studying PR, journalism, marketing, or communications are preferred.

Activities include:
Monitoring industry and client news

Creating press coverage reports

Building and maintaining press lists
Drafting press materials such as press releases, bios and/or fact sheets
Participate in account brainstorms and team meetings
Monitoring editorial calendars
Provide general administrative support
Researching and building media lists
Coordinating editorial coverage results
Ideal candidates are positive, energetic, trustworthy and driven. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on public relations experience in a friendly and energetic atmosphere.

Applicants must be in school and able to receive school credit for the internship.

Roughly 12-15 hours a week.

Must have your own form of transportation.

We are specifically looking for LA central interns who are juniors/seniors from four year Universities.

Public Relations/Just Fab

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Location: 
El Segundo
Semester: 
Summer 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

JustFab.com is currently seeking a Public Relations Intern for summer 2015.

Why Us?
JustFab Inc. gives professionals across the globe access to a career they want at a company they’re passionate about. We love fashion! Through our curated approach, JustFab Brands (JustFab.com, FabKids.com, Fabletics.com & ShoeDazzle.com) reach over 40 Million members across 7 countries – giving our customers access to on-trend fashions at a price they love.

How Do You Fit In?
Are you obsessed with fashion? Do your friends look to you for the latest fashion blogs and fashion websites to follow? Are you constantly on Instagram searching for the latest trends and ideas? We are looking for an intern with an interest in women’s fashion who is detail-oriented, organized, and has a desire to learn the fundamentals of fashion PR. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, loves a fast-paced environment, and is a team player.

What you will learn in your role:
• Sample trafficking, the process of how samples are sent out for press
• How to track and clip press placements (editorial, online, blogger)
• How to create line sheets for product placement
• Beginning stages of media pitching through list building, research and on-the-job training
• How to think critically about business objectives as related to editorial calendars and press opportunities
• Event planning
• How to organize and maintain a sample closet

Internship Duties: 

What We Require:
• Background in Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Communication, or other related discipline
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Office & Outlook
• Organized with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments
• Creative and flexible
• Interest in Public Relations, fashion & retail

Details: We are looking for interns with an interest in fashion Public Relations and who are detail-oriented, organized, motivated, and have a desire to learn. We would like candidates to commit a few days a week and full days (9 am – 5 pm) starting in May or June. This internship is offered in exchange for academic credit only; applicants who will not receive credit will not be eligible to participate.

Interested candidates should click HERE to apply.

Intern at Sorority Fashion

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Location: 
Los Angeles
Semester: 
Summer 2015
Unpaid: 
Yes

Why Intern at Sorority Fashion?
This is an excellent opportunity if you’re interested in fashion or journalism and want to expand your writing portfolio and get your name out there. Writing, modeling or being a photographer for SF will give you real-life fashion industry and journalism experience and will be an impressive reference on any resume. Sorority Fashion interns will walk away with fashion and media industry experience, improved web writing skills, free swag, and possibly even a full-time job.

Internship Duties: 

Sorority Fashion is currently looking for interns and contributors for Summer and Fall 2015. If you’re interested in working with us here at SF, read on for all the details!
Positions Available:
We are currently looking for contributors and interns for following positions:
-Writers/Contributors (Fashion, Beauty, Home, Lifestyle, or Food) – VIRTUAL
-Editorial Intern – Los Angeles

If you love taking photos and seeking out style on campus but also like to write, you are welcome to apply for more than one position.
What we’re looking for:
The ideal candidate would be enrolled in college as of Fall 2015 (recent grads will also be considered), passionate about all things fashion, responsible, hard working, self-motivated, creative, and organized. Applicants should have a strong command of the English language (spelling and grammar are very important) and should be able to handle writing on a deadline. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, HTML, and/or WordPress is a big plus.

Benefits & Perks: 

Perks of being a Sorority Fashion writer include having a fun job, testing out new products before they hit the shelves, networking within the industry, attending fashion-related events in your area, and possibly the occasional celebrity interview. Positions are available in our Los Angeles Headquarters. Also, this can be an online position, so you’ll be able to work from any location and (for the most part) choose your own hours.
College credit is available, and outstanding writers may be offered continuing paid positions at the end of the semester.
How to Apply:
E-mail sororityfashion@gmail.com with the following information:
Position Selection: Writer (include preferred category) or Editorial Intern
Samples of your writing (include your blog URL if you have one) – the more relevant the better! If you don’t have experience writing fashion or blog-style articles, write up a short sample Sorority Fashion article to show you can handle it.
A list of topics you’d like to blog about – be specific. If you get the position, what are some articles you’d like to write for Sorority Fashion? If you could have a weekly column here, what would it cover? What topics are you most passionate and knowledgeable about? The more creative and unique, the better.
Your top 5 favorite fashion trends right now
Where you go to school and your class year