September 18, 2008
Young Money is looking for talented editorial interns.
Editorial interns are fully involved in the Young Money editorial team. Editorial interns spend most of their time researching story leads and facts on the Internet, writing, fact-checking, copy editing, and reviewing editorial submissions and correspondence. Interns have the opportunity to acquire short published clips and gain exposure to many aspects of magazine publishing, both print and online.
Young Money is looking for interns with exceptional writing and editing skills, sharp analytic skills, meticulous attention to detail and factual accuracy, and familiarity with Microsoft Office, database programs and Internet research. Interns should also be familiar with SEO and writing for the Web. Editorial internships are typically available once each semester.
To apply, please e-mail Cara Newman a resume, cover letter, and two writing samples with “Editorial Intern” in the subject line.
You may also apply by mail by sending materials to the following address:
10950 Gilroy Rd, Suite D
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
September 12, 2008
Lauren Veneziani, Katrina Fleming and Kerry O’Brien (from left to right) were among the select group of students chosen to provide coverage of the 2008 Online News Association annual conference in Washington, D.C. Also attending the conference were faculty members Jenny Atwater, Sandy Nichols, Stacy Spaulding and Thom Lieb.
Kerry and Katrina collaborated on a slide show focusing on the ONA Student Newsroom. Lauren created a slide show on Mobile Phones and a feature on Amy Webb’s Top 10 Technical Trends. In addition, Katrina live blogged a session on interactive maps and then took a plunge into using Flash and created a great Interactive Map of the conference. And Kerry O’Brien, working with student Cynthia Yoo of the University of British Columbia, had the chance to interview Tina Brown.
September 12, 2008
Bmore Live is looking for part-time minimester, spring and summer interns to write stories and complete some additional tasks. Writing is the main focus of the internship. The intern would write about topics of interest to young people living in Baltimore City, including music, art, restaurants and theater. Stories are generally 300-400 words each. Additional tasks include copy editing, compiling event listings and posting stories online.
Bmore Live is a monthly nightlife and entertainment magazine based in Baltimore with a print circulation of 67,000. It also has a smaller weekly edition that runs inside of the Baltimore Guide newspaper. The Web site, www.bmorelive.com, has a growing presence in the city.
Applicants should have published clips and a working knowledge of AP style, but creativity and hard work matter more than experience. We can work out the hours according the your schedule. Previous interns have worked two full days each week. To apply, send a resume and clips to Managing Editor Laura Greenback.
September 9, 2008
Baltimore magazine is currently hiring fall editorial interns to start immediately. Interns must commit at least two full days per week to the magazine and be able to be in the office by 10 a.m. This internship is unpaid, but college credit is accepted. As a Baltimore magazine intern, you will be responsible for fact-checking, research and have plenty of writing opportunities. We are a regional magazine serving the Baltimore metropolitan area and almost obsessive in our focus on local people, events, trends and ideas. We sometimes write about state and national issues, but only those of immediate interest to our readers in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
If you’re interested, please send a cover letter, resume and three writing samples to assistant managing editor Amy Mulvihill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 4, 2008
Inside Lacrosse: Multimedia internship
InsideLacrosse.TV is looking for video interns for fall 2008. We are looking for students and/or professionals to help create content that will be uploaded to our video player. Specifics tasks will include filming lacrosse games, interviewing coaches and players, editing footage into game highlights or features, and uploading to ILTV. This is a great opportunity to build college credit and a demo tape for your future.
Inside Lacrosse: Editorial internship
Inside Lacrosse magazine and InsideLacrosse.com are seeking editorial interns for fall 2008. We are looking for students and/or young professionals to provide editorial content for both Inside Lacrosse magazine and InsideLacrosse.com. Work will include helping compile Inside Lacrosse’s 2009 Face-Off Yearbook, as well as support coverage of men’s college fallball and indoor lacrosse for InsideLacrosse.com. Great opportunity to build college credit and a writing portfolio in a competitive environment.
These are unpaid internships with an emphasis on providing college internship hours, so we are flexible with tight schedules. Please send resumes and appropriate writing clips to Geoff Shannon.