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Posted: October 20 2016
Company Location: Washington, DC
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: 4 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionAs an article writing intern, you will have the opportunity to have your articles published on a national news site. The articles would be about current events that are in the topic of technology, health, travel and anything else a consumer would be interested in. You would be writing one to two articles a week, one that is in a list format (ie: top 5 ski destinations this winter, top 10 tech gadgets for the holidays) and one as a regular article format. You will be able to choose the topics of your choice. This is a great opportunity to build your portfolio and gain valuable experience!
This internship would be done remotely, with no requirement to come into the office or live in the DC area.
ResponsibilitiesNewsWatch is looking for a motivated and excited college student interested in writing. The internship would involve writing blog posts on current topics that you discover (you get to pick the topic), which will be published on newswatchtv.com, to improve your portfolio. You will be writing between 1-2 article per week.
This is an exciting opportunity for any college student looking to add to their portfolio or get credit for an internship!
Requirements-Ability to provide a writing sample
-Great writing skills
-Have a sense of humor
-Love to write
-Have your own writing style
-Excellent written & verbal communication
-Ability to work in fast paced, changing news environment