We are currently accepting applications for an intern(s) to join our team!
What’s in it for you?
In our internship program you will gain experience assisting in the management of an editorial calendar, proofreading and editing content, managing social media exposure, and operating in light journalism by conducting virtual interviews monitored by either our Founding Editor or another responsible GTH volunteer.
The internship also contributes:
Recommendation Upon Completion of Six Months
Ability to Market with Amazing Artists from all OVER THE WORLD
Opportunity to Hone Professional Writing Skills
Who are we looking for?
You must meet the following qualifications:
Be a current undergraduate or graduate student at a technical school, college, or university. OR, have graduated within the past six months.
Have social media experience preferably in some or all of the following: WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+.
Have the ability to meet virtually through Google+ or Skype at least once every two weeks.
Have a journalistic mentality—-meaning, a natural curiosity that produces meaningful research, inquiry, and content.
Have the ability to multi-task through social media outlets.
Have a genuine interest in artists, musicians, and writers with the intention of promoting them selflessly and thus gaining substantial connections that will last a lifetime.
Be able to contribute at least 10 hours a week to assignments.
Accept the fact that although we are motivated and strive to be punctual, we are a generally laid-back group that really just wants to have a lot of fun. If you can mesh with that then we should all get along!
Ideally, the internship position is a six month position in which the intern will rotate through concentrated areas of specialty and specific tasks associated with our publication.
You do not have to live in the Raleigh/Durham area to intern with our publication, but if you do live in the Triangle then we can expand your opportunities.
*We are a non-profit publication. We do not manage any revenue. The internship position is an unpaid position and does not award college credit, although it is a learning position in which the student will be able to apply practical skills to classroom content.
How to Apply:
Please submit a letter of interest, your current resume, and an unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line GTH INTERNSHIP POSITION.