With Who: Charleston City Paper
Location: Charleston, SC
Dates: Spring 2020
Position Description: Charleston City Paper is accepting applications for spring 2020 internships. These are great opportunities for anyone looking for experience in a fast-paced media environment. Past interns have included students majoring in political science, English, history, business, and more.
- Editorial interns will assist staff with short-form stories for print and online, special issues, fact-checking, and other tasks.
- Writing experience is required. Non-academic writing experience is a plus. Applicants should be dependable, detail-oriented, and curious.
- Applicants should email a resume and three writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Music interns will assist the music editor with editing the city’s most comprehensive live music calendar, conducting interviews with local musicians, and writing to highlight the diverse and growing pool of talented people in the local music scene.
- Writing experience and an interest in local music and culture is required. Non-academic writing experience is a plus. Applicants should be dependable, detail-oriented, and curious.
- Applicants should email a resume and three writing samples to email@example.com.
Note: Charleston City Paper , founded in 1997, is South Carolina’s only independent alt-weekly newspaper. We work to dig deep into local topics across news, cuisine, arts, music, and more. The City Paper strives for its team to be representative of the ideas, backgrounds, and experiences of the community where we live. Please apply even if you think your experience is not directly applicable.
Apply (or request more information): See the information above regarding who to email for each internship opportunity.
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