Unpaid Editorial Internship Opportunity with Condé Nast Traveler’s Consumer News & Digital Community Department, Fall 2013
The editorial department of Condé Nast Traveler is offering a highly competitive and educational internship in New York, New York.
The editorial internship is an unpaid internship in our Consumer News & Digital Community department that will provide the student selected with first-hand exposure to the print and online magazine industry andwill supplement classroom studies.
An ideal Condé Nast Traveler intern candidate is a sophomore, junior, or senior at an accredited U.S. college or university, eligible to receive academic credit or an academic letter of support for the internship, majoring or interested in journalism, foreign affairs, or geography, with a strong interest in the multi-media industry, pursuing a bachelor’s degree, with strong communication and interpersonal skills. He or she will be passionate about magazine journalism, curious about the world, and, have an aptitude for online publishing.
The Condé Nast Traveler intern will learn from experienced, talented professionals in the editorial department. Interns will receive real-world, hands-on experience from knowledgeable professionals. Among other things, interns will learn how we conduct article research and reporting, write blog posts for cntraveler.com, maintain our database of industry sources and call on those sources for magazine articles and packages. They will also attend meetings and learn both digital and print publishing skills.
Interns will have the opportunity to attend seminars and events throughout the semester that will introduce them to various components of the media business. Interns will also have the opportunity to discusslearning objectives with their mentors and other professionals throughout the internship.
In addition to the items discussed above, interns must:
Be currently enrolled in a two- or four-year accredited U.S. college or university and eligible to receive academic credit or an academic letter of support for the internship.
Be available to participate in a 12- or 13-week internship from September 9 to December 6 or September 16 to December 13 for approximately 14 hours (or two days) per week during the academic year.