Staff Writer Paid Internship - Statistic Brain

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Thanks for your interest in the Statistic Brain Internship Program!
You can also apply directly on our site at

We’re looking for a few students to be a part of the team for the next few months.

Because we know college is expensive and your time is valuable we’re offering paid internships.

Here’s a little background on Statistic Brain

We began in 2009 building a statistical database to help students, journalist, researchers, and business owners find statistics easily and without having to pay.

Our database currently has over 200,000 statistics ranging from business to demographics to sports.

We’ve been a small company of researchers and are now looking to grow with a little help from you.

We know minimum wage isn’t much but you can work from your dorm room or starbucks at your leisure for a maximum of 6 hours a week.

Once a month you’ll be on a direct call with the CEO to discuss company vision, learn about our business strategies, and share any ideas you might have to better our company.

We’re looking forward to meeting you!


We are looking for a creative editorial writer to publish short (4-6 paragraph) articles integrating 4-6 of the statistics found on our site.

The articles should give your opinion on the statistics you’ve chosen to use.

You should have the ability to write the article within 2 hours.

The frequency of publication will depend on how many articles you would like to produce spending no more than 6 hours each week.

The expectation is for you to publish at least 3 articles per week. You can choose your own topics or pick from a list of topics we will provide you.

You should also be able to post links to your articles on your Twitter and Facebook to increase your readership.
Work from anywhere you have internet access and a keyboard!


Must have experience in writing well written editorial form content.


Required - Analytical Writing, Article Writing
Preferred - Microsoft Word

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