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Student Content ProducersBookmark This
Posted: January 14 2016
Company Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 33 Part-time, Paid (College Credit Required)
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DescriptionBecome a Student Content Provider! (Anywhere)
www.imaginus.biz www.doseofnews.com www.cimages.me
All interns will receive college credits and a percentage of their content profits upon completing program.
Become a Student Content Provider!
Are you Interested in participating in a student content production program available to students across the country, which features student producers who want to bring fresh perspectives and their voice to Media across our platforms?
Participants in this program will have their work published on our platforms and will also have opportunities to engage with other media organizations.
Student content providers will be allowed to choose their own topics as long as they focus on career, student life, or a current and relevant issues. Occasionally topics may also be assigned.
HOW DO I APPLY?
The application process is as easy as ABC.
A: Submit your application
To apply, you will need to send your resume, cover letter and work samples.
B: Produce an original story
If selected to move on to this round, you will be required to produce an original story within 72 hours. Specific details will be provided if you are selected.
If you are selected to move on to this round, you will interview with the Content Director.
WHERE WILL MY ARTICLES BE PUBLISHED?
Articles will be published on our websites, and shared via Twitter and Facebook.
HOW LONG WILL I BE A CORRESPONDENT FOR THE CENTER?
If chosen, you will be participating during 2016 semesters.
DO I HAVE TO BE AN UNDERGRADUATE?
No. You must be currently enrolled in an associates, undergraduate or graduate programs.
DO I HAVE TO BE A STUDENT TO APPLY?
YES. We welcome all students of all degrees!
NONE OF MY WORK HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY PUBLISHED -- CAN I STILL APPLY?
Yes. As long as you can provide samples of your work, you can still apply.
WILL I BE WORKING IN THE CENTER'S OFFICE IN NYC?
No. You will be working remotely from your home, or dorm. This way, you can participate in the program while still taking classes on campus!
However, all content providers are welcome to visit us, if they want!
WILL THIS OPPORTUNITY BE AVAILABLE IN THE FUTURE?
Yes. The program is offered in the Winter, Fall, Spring and Summer sessions.
ONCE I'VE APPLIED -- WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Our staff will begin reviewing all applications and we'll respond to every applicant ASAP.
After this, you will be notified via email if you are selected to move on to Round 2 of the application process. Those selected to move on to Round 2 will be given 72 hours to produce an original story.
After the deadline of round two, selected candidates will participate in a brief interview.
HOW WILL I BE COMPENSATED FOR MY PARTICIPATION IN THIS PROGRAM?
All content producers will receive college credits, along with a percentage of the profits your individual posts generate upon successfully completing the internship program,
ResponsibilitiesREADY TO APPLY?
Submit your application and include "Name, School, Semester and Year" in the subject line.
SEE YOU ON THE INTERNET
RequirementsInternet and an computer, laptop, table, or cell phone, with the desire to create original content.
www.doseofnews.com www.imaginus.biz www.cimages.me
SkillsRequired - Writing
Preferred - Media Communications