Sip Publishing, publishers of Sip Northwest, Cidercraft and Sip’s Wine Guide: British Columbia magazines, is looking for an editorial intern who is extremely organized, self-motivated and able to multitask and prioritize. Interns must be interested in lifestyle journalism (experience in areas of restaurant/bar, wine, beer, spirits and events is preferred) and must be available to work a minimum 10 hours per week remotely, with occasional evening assignments and times in our Seattle office.
Sip interns will be encouraged to be a full part of the Sip Publishing team, working closely with the editor and contributors on major projects as well as the basic day-to-day editorial operations. This internship is available on an on-going basis for each quarter/semester.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Writing articles including the events recap, sidebars and more for both publications
• Writing four-five web stories weekly for SipNorthwest.com and CIDERCRAFTmag.com
• Fact checking
• Pitching ideas
• Attending and covering events
• Story research and interviews
• Attend editorial meetings and offer input on editorial content
• Managing SipNorthwest.com
• Writing e-newsletters for SipNorthwest.com (bi-weekly) and CIDERCRAFTmag.com (monthly)
Experience Required/Preferred (leave blank if included in position description above)
• Interns must have their own laptop or desktop to work from remotely.
• We ask that all editorial interns be 21-years-old or older.
• Internship positions are unpaid and require a minimum of 10 hours per week.
• If needed, Sip is willing to spread the internship between 2 quarters.
• Sip Publishing is looking for someone with a strong written voice that is whip-smart, witty and whimsical yet professional, diligent and hard-hitting.
Send a resume and two-three clips of lifestyle writing. If you do not have any clips, please send a restaurant or beverage review to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject title “Editorial Intern.”