Winter Term Internships Part 3: Literary Publication and Journalism

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 Today in our series about Winter Term Internships, we focus on some opporunitites for those interested in writing, publication, and journalism. Whether you write for Blackbird Literary magazine, love creative writing or are just curious about working in the industry–there are a few unique and exciting internships now on MOJO that I suggest you check out! Read below for a quick summary of the positions, but head to MOJO to learn more and apply before Sunday, October 9th.

1. New England Review Intern at New England Review, Middlebury, VT

            Right off of campus! If you’re  interested in creative writing or literary publishing, this internship would give you an inside view of the nature and demands of literary magazine publishing, and introduce you to the day-to-day operations of the business.

2. News Reporting Internship at The Christian Science Monitor, Washington, DC

            In an exciting and unique opportunity, you could work closely with chief political and White House correspondent, Linda Feldmann P’15 to research, fact-check, and write stories for the magazine and web for a month in Washington, DC.

3. Animal Planet TV 101 at Discovery Communications, New York, NY

            Interested in television and communications? Discovery Communications is the world’s number one nonfiction media company and you could be behind the scenes of television programming learning about program structure, research, production, casting and field work.

4. Copper Canyon Press Inter at Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, WA

            An opportunity for real-life preparation in publishing, this position would introduce you to the many facets of the press including editing, production, development, and marketing.

 

 

To see find out more about these internships and more, go to MOJO today. Also, for more information about Winter Term internships, credit, and applying for credit visit go/wtintern.

Tomorrow: the last part in the series, Winter Term Internships Part 4: International

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