Brant Publications is looking for bright, energetic individuals who are seeking entry-level internship experience and the opportunity to gain exposure to magazine publishing.
As the publisher of ART IN AMERICA MAGAZINE, THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES, and INTERVIEW MAGAZINE, we provide an environment in which interns can assist experienced professionals and gain invaluable exposure to what a career in publishing entails. Our Internship Program focuses on one-on-one interaction with key staff members and provides extensive insight into becoming a magazine professional.
We are interested in recruiting motivated individuals and are presently accepting resumes for unpaid internships for the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer semesters.
Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment:
We are looking for bright, energetic interns to work with our Production Department. The position offers exposure to the inter-workings of the entire art, editorial and advertising production process and the opportunity to work simultaneously on three separate publications. The right candidate will be detail-oriented and highly organized. MAC skills are a definite plus. Knowledge of art and pop culture is also beneficial. Please be willing to commit to at least three days a week.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: OPEN. This internship may qualify for academic credit. Please check with your school.
SALARY: THIS IS A NON PAYING INTERNSHIP.
We offer a stipend covering the cost of traveling to and from our offices by subway.
HOURS: MUST BE AVAILABLE 3-5 DAYS A WEEK.
We are aware of educational demands and remain receptive and flexible when working out schedules.
Professional, detail-oriented, energetic and highly organized candidates will be chosen as interns for the Publisher’s office. Working with the Executive Assistant to the Owner and Publisher, interns will be exposed to the advertising, editorial, and business operations of all three magazines. Tasks include general administrative work, research assignments, and independent projects. Qualified candidates will also be given the opportunity to handle assignments in different departments within the company. There is no editing/writing in this internship¬¬.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: GPA 3.5+, some office experience, and excellent communications skills required; interest in art history, fashion, and pop culture a plus. Proficiency with Word and Excel a must.
Benefits & Perks:
12-15 Hours Per Week