Department: Editorial | Updated: May 01, 2018
Cleveland Magazine is looking for an editorial intern for the spring semester.
The internships are unpaid. (We reimburse for parking or a bus pass.) They range from 16 to 32 hours a week.
Traditionally a print magazine, Cleveland Magazine is blazing a trail into the digital future, and we’re looking for an aspiring social media professional with a knack for web writing and the ability to wear many hats.
Responsibilities:A successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in the creation and planning of social media content, monitoring and participating in online forums, covering events on the website and on social media, web writing, fact checking and posting articles to the Cleveland Magazine website. CM interns are highly valued, integrated members of our editorial team. They are entrusted with serious responsibilities and given plenty of opportunity for professional development.
Qualifications:We’re looking for bright student content creators who understand the vast digital landscape. A qualified candidate has experience building or contributing to social media campaigns for their college newspaper, magazine, blog or extra curricular group, and writing experience. An ideal candidate also has a flair for magazine-style web writing and knowledge of Cleveland, as this internship will present numerous writing opportunities. Candidates must live or go to college in the Cleveland area (Akron, Kent, and Oberlin included). Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
Contact InformationTo apply, send a cover letter explaining what you could bring to the job, a resume, contact info for references, the date you would be able to start, 2-3 samples of previous social media work and 1-2 writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org or: Dillon Stewart; Associate Editor; Cleveland Magazine; 1422 Euclid Avenue Suite 730; Cleveland, Ohio 44115.
Cleveland Magazine takes on editorial department interns three times a year: for fall and winter/spring semesters and for summer. The deadlines are July 15 for fall, Nov. 15 for winter/spring, Feb. 15 for summer.