7 Internships for Students that Love Writing
If you have the ability to make words come to life on a page, then we have 7 internship opportunities perfect for students who love writing. To find these opportunities, we have partnered up with our friends over at WayUp, a leading platform for college students and recent grads to find jobs and internships (and to get some kickass career advice).
Here is the line up of writing inspired internships that can unleash your writing talents. Head over to WayUp for more details and to apply:
1. Copywriter Intern, Tory Burch Foundation
You may know Tory Burch for her fashionable clothing, shoe, and accessory lines, but her foundation does equally amazing work empowering female entrepreneurs. They’re looking for a Copywriting Intern to do everything: Write original content, edit, plan the content lifecycle, stay on top of culture trends, and more.
If you really want to get your hands dirty with a variety of different writing experiences, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for college students.
2. Editorial Intern, Fatherly
Popular parenting website Fatherly is on the hunt for a dynamic Editorial Intern to join its team. Your work will include everything from sourcing experts for interviews and aggregating the best content from around the web to pitching story ideas and writing features.
3. Communications Intern, VSC
Strategic communications agency VSC is looking for an enthusiastic Communications Intern who wants to help the team with every part of the company. You could be doing anything from writing stellar copy to crafting epic tweets.
And here’s a little added incentive: The pay is $20 an hour. For a writing internship, that’s pretty darn incredible.
4. Marketing and Content Strategy Intern, Eventsa
Want to research brands and niche event spaces, curate content, draft portfolio pages, and get your hands dirty with copywriting? Online events platform Eventsa is looking for you! They also want to pay you $12 an hour, and hey, that can’t hurt.
5. Editorial Intern, KimberlyElise.com
Love writing, specifically about beauty? You’re in luck: KimberlyElise.com wants a talented Editorial Intern to write snappy articles, maintain relationships with other companies to further the brand’s message, copy edit, and help with article optimization. Knowledge of WordPress is a major plus.
Even better, you’ll have the opportunity to become an Associate Editor for the site after your time spent interning, so there’s room for growth.
6. Editorial Intern, CentSai
CentSai’s Editorial Intern will get the unique opportunity to see how every part of an online publication runs, from writing and editing to social distribution and website design. You’ll have the opportunity to pitch and write stories, taking your ideas from brainstorm to publication.
7. Social Media Intern, Freenters
If you want to try your hand at writing that’s more on the social media side of things, Freenters is hiring two Social Media Interns to manage its Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn profiles.
You’ll have the opportunity to not only learn the ins and outs of digital marketing, but you’ll also get experience with analytics and other tools to help you optimize each channel.
If you see anything you like follow this link to WayUp to apply! Also don’t forget to check out our new MindSumo writing dashboard that is full of advice and writing challenges to help students launch their writing careers!