Editorial Intern

internship - , paid

Bookstr
New York, NY
Closed
Posted 48 Days ago
Bookstr
New York, NY
internship - , paid
Posted 48 Days ago
Closed

Description

Editorial Internship Bookstr - New York, NY2.5 InternshipEstimated: $33,000 - $44,000 a year Save Bookstr is a digital media company and content site that provides creative content for the book-loving community. On Facebook and social media, we connect passionate millennials through Facebook Live, blog articles, and other interactive content. On the website, you can read up on news, articles and essays on the newest book trends, view entertaining videos and exchange recommendations with others. Bookstr takes a look at literature, comics, poetry and publishing with a playful, examining eye in order to get good books off the shelves and into your hands. Check us out at www.Bookstr.com and www.facebook.com/Bookstr Responsibilities: Editorial interns are responsible for producing 3-5 articles per day, ranging from news stories, to listicles, to opinion and think pieces, all to do with books and book culture. This isn't a "get our coffee" internship. Bookstr editorial interns directly contribute to the Bookstr website (www.bookstr.com) with an audience of 1.5 million, while building their portfolio of published work from a killer Park Avenue office! Experience isn't required, but please attach a writing sample and short cover letter explaining why you're a good fit for Bookstr. Applicants must submit a sample of their writing in order to be considered for the internship. Either provide links to any works online, or else include the sample along with the cover letter. This internship is unpaid, but college credit is available on a case by case basis. We can't wait to hear from you! Job Type: Internship Job Type: Internship Experience: * Relevant: 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: * One location Internship Compensation: * College Credit Save

Skills

social media, editorial, facebook, publishing, web content, digital media, books, literature, poetry, producing, creativity, stories, news, essays, articles

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