Job Title: Editorial InternOpen: OngoingExempt: NoDepartment: EditorialLocation: Corvallis, ORJob Type: Part-timeReports To: Editorial DirectorCompensation: Hourly, $8.80Hours: About 20 hours per weekStart Date: Immediately
brass Media Inc. produces a variety of content by young adults for young adults about the money side of life. With nationwide circulation of over 300,000, as well as complimentary content published across integrated multimedia platforms, brass reaches young adults across the country.
THE INTERNWe're looking for an Editorial Intern with sharp writing and editing skills, attention to detail and enthusiasm. Our ideal candidate is passionate about researching a variety of topics and writing in a style that is accessible, with plenty of wit and cultural awareness thrown in. Strong communication skills, creativity, an ability to meet deadlines, and social media chops are also key to this position.
THE GIGThis is a paid internship open to both current college students and recent grads. We'll treat you like one of our professional colleagues and won't ever ask you to shine our shoes, bring us coffee, or perform other menial tasks unrelated to your career aspirations. As an editorial intern, common tasks and duties include, but are not limited to:
Writing blogs, features and sidebars
Researching and fact checking
Copy and article editing
Build buzz and community with social media
Generating article ideas and developing editorial calendars
Working on miscellaneous projects in conjunction with the design and video departments
THE PERKS Build your resume with professional experience working at a nationally circulated magazine and...
Walk away with valuable clips for your portfolio
Enjoy a laid-back work environment
Work with other young adults to reach and inform your peers
Make some cash
This is a rotating internship with openings for new interns approximately every three to six months.
Ideal commitment is at least six months or two terms
About 20 hours per week
Performance evaluations every quarter help evaluate how the position is fulfilling both company needs and professional needs for the intern.
Please compose an entertaining and informative magazine article or blog post about your interest in working for brass in lieu of a cover letter. Send it along with your resume and any writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Editorial Internship.