baystateparent is looking for an unpaid intern for the summer of 2010 and fall of 2010 (or one person to do both). If you are an ambitious creative type who wants experience, I can't help but think this is the dream job with lots of opportunity to give input and help shape an award-winning publication. Please spread the word!
Carrie Wattu, editor
Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis.
baystateparent, an award-winning parenting magazine in Massachusetts, is looking for an intern to work on editorial projects
from his/her home computer and to work in our office one day per week (this is flexible), 6 to 10 hours a week.
We are looking for a detailed-oriented person to edit copy (must
have excellent proofreading skills), write copy (ads, headlines, cutlines, stories), research family events (search online venues as well
as make calls to get events in our calendar), mail out prizes and correspond with readers, mail out copies of baystateparent,
enter reader emails into a database, send out eblasts, update blog and Facebook page, work on special projects as they come up
and many more editorial and clerical duties as they relate to publishing.
The intern must use his or her own computer, be available to travel to our Millbury office once a week (flexible), have creative
ideas and superior people skills. This person must take initiative, work well independently and be enthusiastic about working in
a competitive, dynamic and busy magazine.
To apply: Please email a cover letter stating why you would be a good fit for baystateparent and what you would like to learn and experience at
our publication. Tell us personal information about yourself as well so that we can get to know you to see if you are a good fit for our creative team.
Emails can be sent to: email@example.com. Please attach two writing samples and a resume.
baystateparent is part of the Holden Landmark Corporation whose sister publications include Worcester Mag, The Holden Landmark, The Leominster Champ, Fitchburg Pride, Millbury Sutton Chronicle and the Community Journal. For more information, visit baystateparent.com and check out our facebook page (search "baystateparent