Literary Traveler has an ongoing need for interns to work on various projects, either remotely from school or home or with us, near Davis Square, Somerville, MA.
We are looking for new interns now for winter break and spring and summer of 2019.
We have multiple internships available for both editorial interns, marketing interns, and video interns. Our interns have the unique opportunity to be a part of the LT team and be involved in all features and projects, as well as become a regular contributor to the site. Each internship is customized and based on an intern’s skills and the current needs of Literary Traveler. This is a great internship for passionate undergraduate students as well graduate students. Some of our best interns have been recent graduates who want to get back to writing. The internships are open to all regardless of location.
Editorial / Community Internships / Marketing Internships – Your responsibilities will include Internet research, reviewing content, researching features and books, and writing content and blog posts for Literary Traveler and assisting with Social Media.
Video Internships – Film and edit short video projects for our website and YouTube page. These videos may range from short in-office round tables and discussions to off-site event videos and destination profiles. You will be involved in all aspects of the project, from pitch to completion.
An internship at Literary Traveler is a rewarding and educational experience. We need people who believe in the power of literature, and want to learn more about online publishing. If you do and you have the ability to take direction, yet work independently, then send an essay about yourself up to 250 words. Please include the internship you are interested in and your interests and inspirations and any required materials (include writers, works, or genres that have influenced you) and why you would like to intern for Literary Traveler and send to:
Ability to make long term commitment to a project (3 month minimum)
Be available at least 8 hours per week (1-2 hours in person)
Major or minor in English (for editorial internship) / or video experience (for video internship)
Have an strong command of punctuation, spelling and grammar.
Possess excellent research skills
Be able to work independently
To apply, please send us a cover letter, resume and a relevant writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org