Check out these internship opportunities available for the coming semesters!
1. Do you secretly think you might be the "voice of a generation?" The next David Sedaris? The future Joan Didion? We kind of think so too, which is why this is the perfect internship for you.
We're Enchantress Magazine, an online community launching next year, and we’re dedicated to sharing real stories from real people. We're looking for strong writers with strong voices to craft short, weekly first-person essays.
Our unique internship program is totally remote, meaning you may work from anywhere, and entirely writing-based, as in the only coffee you'll be fetching is for yourself. Hours, likewise, are flexible according to your schedule: You will select your own recurring deadline and you will be expected to turn in one (1) first-person piece per week about a mutually agreed-upon topic or event from your life. Everything you write will appear as a 'Contributor' byline and may be used for your portfolio or personal website after it’s published on our site.
In addition to learning the ins and outs of the editorial process, from brainstorming and pitching to writing and promoting, you will receive the guidance and support of our editorial team.
This opportunity is unpaid and will take place during the Winter/Spring 2015 semester.
For more information and to apply today, head to CareerLink, Job ID # 40529.
2. The Health Research Training Program (HRTP) within the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene offers internship opportunities to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
For over 50 years, students have had the opportunity to experience some of the “real life” challenges of public health and apply classroom learning to practical problems.
Placed within various divisions of the agency, interns are able to work on current public health problems under the close supervision and mentoring by experienced public health professionals.
HRTP has three internship sessions each year. Applications are due:
November 15th for consideration for the spring session, August 15th for consideration for the fall, and February 15th for consideration for the summer session. For more info: http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/hrtp/hrtp.
For more information and to apply today, head to CareerLink, Job ID # 40683.