21 days ago
Do you love to write?
Looking for an outlet to do research, write some good copy and know it's getting read?
If so, apply to our internship!
We are seeking writers for our education consultancy which involves blogs, articles, copy to use in our PR materials, LinkedIn posts, and responses for articles and more.
We'd meet once or twice a week at our office or online through video conferencing, to set the pace for the week with directives, processing, and writing initiatives/needs. You can work wherever you want: at a cafe, at home, in a library to create the write-ups. Then send in the content for our editing and approval.
Responsibilities could include:
You'll also be responsible to track HARO and pull together write-ups and/or editing our output for that.
Submit your information here as well as send to email@example.com
A minimum is a 6-month internship for up to 12 months preferred. Supervision for school credit is possible.
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MindFlow & City Test Prep has not provided an expected interview date. We asked MindFlow & City Test Prep what they would do if an applicant does not move forward in the hiring process, and this is what they said: “We esteem to acknowledge each applicant, as we appreciate their interest. Depending on influx of applicants, will determine the timeliness in which we can complete this.”
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