CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (December 2014) – Ivy Publications, Charlottesville, Virginia’s award-winning niche lifestyle magazine publisher, is pleased to announce a newly created internship program open for applications from smart, motivated university students and recent graduates. Ivy Publications editorial interns gain valuable experience in the journalism field. Interns write, edit, fact-check and work on special projects with our editorial staff.
The ideal candidate would be a student or recent graduate in the field of journalism, communications, English or a related field. Editorial interns must possess strong writing skills and the ability to work independently and efficiently. Prior experience at a publication of some kind is strongly recommended.
The publishers’ goals are for each intern to get as much experience in the magazine publishing business as possible, so as an editorial intern, students will:
• Assist editors with special projects, such as our annual CharlottesvilleFamily Favorites awards, Bumble’s Summer Giveaway and our new Weddings blog.
• Write articles that will get published in the magazines and online.
• Fact-check articles for publication.
• Maintain the online calendar.
In addition, motivated interns will have the opportunity to learn about online and social media and to explore their particular interest areas.
Hours: 15-20 hours/week
Deadline for application: Spring: January 30; Summer: April 1; Fall: August 1.
Interns MUST be familiar with our publications when applying for this internship! Please send a resume, cover letter and three published clips (if you don’t have published work, send appropriate samples to demonstrate your writing ability) via email to Jennifer@IvyPublications.com
For more information: Ivy Publications at 434-984-4713
From Ivy Publications, publishers of Charlottesville Wine & Country Weddings, an art book celebrating elegant country weddings in Jefferson’s Virginia; CharlottesvilleFamily, a monthly parenting magazine with a calendar of Charlottesville festivals and events plus stories on education, health and family fun; the Charlottesville Welcome Book, a guide to attractions like Monticello, vineyards, the University of Virginia as well as a relocation handbook; and the Healthy Living Directory, an annual directory of the area’s conventional, complementary, and integrative medical and wellness practitioners.