Make sure to visit the SCAD career resources website to access the job portal, find a workshop, learn about career fairs and employer visits, etc.
The Chronicle of the Horse editorial internship
The Chronicle of the Horse offers an editorial internship for people interested in horses and journalism. Job duties include writing news, features and other content for The Chronicle of the Horse magazine and Untacked, managing and publishing photo galleries online, proofreading, researching and interviewing experts.
The internship gives interns a real feel for publishing. The job description varies little from the actual duties of the editorial staff. Successful candidates arrive at the Chronicle ready to hit the ground running thanks to strong writing skills, familiarity with our products and in-depth sport horse knowledge.
Accepting applications for interns to begin Sept. 1. Emailed applications are preferred. Please send résumé, including cover letter, equestrian background, writing sample and availability to:
Mollie Bailey, Editorial Staff
The Chronicle of the Horse
P.O. Box 46
Middleburg, VA 20118
Fine Arts Work Center fellowships opportunities
The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown awards seven-month fellowships to twenty fellows (five poets, five fiction writers, ten visual artists) each year in the form of living and work spaces and a modest monthly stipend. Emerging poets and fiction writers pursue their work independently in a diverse and supportive community of peers. Deadline to apply is December 1, 2014 For more information about fellowships beginning in October 2015 and to submit an application please visit the website.
We have a literary agency working with visionaries who are creating a wiser, healthier, and more just world (www.IdeaArchitects.com) based in California. We have had the great privilege of working with leaders like Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela, Richard Branson, and many leading scientists and scholars including UCSC’s Joel Primack, UCLA’s Dan Siegel, MD, Stanford’s James Doty, MD, Emory’s Frans De Waal and quite a few others. We agent a lot of books, often science-based, that are written for the general public. We have many extraordinary scientists and visionaries who are so busy that they need collaborative writers, researchers, or other support.
Idea Architects seeks storytellers
Idea Architects, a literary agency working with visionaries who are creating a wiser, healthier and more just world, is looking for young writing/journalism students and graduates who might have the research skills, the storytelling skills, and the big-idea-explaining skills to work with busy scientists and other thought leaders to help them convey their ideas. Contact Rebekah Jacobson, project manager, for more information.
New York Times Internships
The New York Times offers 10-week summer internships to undergraduate and graduate college students who have decided on careers in journalism. The deadline to submit an application for the 2015 summer internship program is 11:59 p.m. EST on October 31, 2014. Please see the website for more specific information.
The Wassaic Project internship opportunity
The Wassaic Project seeks a programming intern for October 2014 to December 2014 with a possibility of continuing internship into this spring to work in our Brooklyn office. Deadline is September 23, 2014.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS:
- -Must be responsible, have excellent interpersonal skills, be detail oriented, able to learn quickly and be passionate about the Wassaic Project’s mission and contemporary art
- -Must be familiar with Microsoft office suite, particularly Word and Excel, blogging, Facebook
- -Must be available to work 2 weekdays per week in Brooklyn between October and December 2014
More information can be found on the website.
Landscape Architecture Magazine seeks staff editor/writer
Landscape Architecture Magazine is the monthly magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects. The magazine is seeking a versatile staff writer/editor for its print magazine and web site to cover landscape architecture, environmental and urban affairs, design practice and technology, among other areas. The ideal candidate will be a sharp, fast writer and reporter with a natural ear for news and emerging developments, a perceptive and constructive editor, and an omnivorous but skeptical consumer of design and culture.
Candidates must have minimum three years’ experience in writing for publication; knowledge of landscape architecture, design, planning, and/or environmental issues.
Visit the website for application requirements and instructions.
The Savannah Book Festival is seeking a festival intern to help with donor management, marketing and social media efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of marketing while working for well-known community-based nonprofit organization.
Join the TheCelebrityCafe.com team! For more information on internships and contributing as a writer please see the website. Internships are available for academic credit only.
World Trade Center Savannah offers internships
World Trade Center Savannah sponsors an internship program that runs continuously throughout the year. There are four internships available and they are interviewing now.
Interns complete a five-month, 15-hour-per-week program where they work one on one with their department head alongside a team of other interns. Applicants have the opportunity to apply for one or two departments. Available for spring: marketing, programs and events, trades services and economic research.
To apply, submit the following via email:
2. A cover letter for each department of interest (two maximum)
For detailed information on WTCSav departments, visit the website.