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Milwaukee Magazine Editorial Internship- Summer 2024

Apply Job ID 30106 Date posted Jan. 12, 2024 Location West Allis, Wisconsin

Milwaukee Magazine has Editorial Internship positions available for Summer 2024!


We seek journalists with a commitment to accuracy and detail as well as a knack for telling Milwaukee’s stories to our 200,000-plus readers. You’ll be doing plenty of fact-checking. You’ll balance that with some writing for our print editions and our website, milwaukeemag.com. You'll also be involved in larger research projects. You’ll sit in on – and participate in – brainstorming sessions that help decide the direction of the magazine’s editorial content. And the only coffee you’ll get is your own. This is a professional role.

We take pride when former interns, having honed and expanded their skill set here, move on to full-time positions at newspapers, magazines or other communication jobs. In many cases, they’ve returned to our offices for full-time jobs or become regular freelance contributors.

Please submit a cover letter along with your resume explaining what sets you apart from the field, along with a resume and three writing clips. Send pieces that display your style and versatility.

Applications will be accepted until April 15th finalists will be contacted for an interview. No phone calls please.

Qualifications

Interns will work 15-20 hours a week.  The internship is currently a hybrid schedule. You should have experience working in a journalistic environment, be it a professional or a student publication. You should never assume the facts are correct and be comfortable in verifying them. You should know AP Style, and if you’re not familiar with our magazine, you should rectify that soon. 

The part-time unpaid position carries a college credit requirement, so applicants MUST be able to receive college course credit for the internship.

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