Integrated Marketing & Editorial Intern
Each Fall, Spring, and Summer, we wish to welcome on-board one high school, college/undergraduate, or graduate student to serve as The Adroit Journal’s Integrated Marketing & Editorial Intern. We are looking for bright, articulate, and passionate students who are interested in further exploring the world of contemporary creative writing. This is a part-time position, ranging from 3-5 hours per week in the Fall and Spring, and from 10-12 hours per week in the Summer.
Please note that this is a competitive position, and that we are fully willing to work with college and high school programs to supply academic credit when possible. In addition, each intern is welcome to participate in the journal’s vibrant community of discussion and workshop, and is encouraged to attend online editor and staff meetings. We are currently open to consideration for Fall 2015 interns. Interested applicants should email a resumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org — we will be in touch from there.
The intern can expect to receive much experience with the internal and external workings of an international and professional literary publication. For more information about the journal itself, please click here. Specifically, this role can involve a range of tasks, such as the following:
– Contact research for schools and resources who wish to be affiliated or in touch with the journal.
– Draft and slate emails to convey pertinent information to relevant schools and resources.
– Internal coordination of blog posts, as well as monitoring blog content to ensure timeliness.
– Internal and external coordination of reviews for each quarterly issue.
– Composition and distribution of important press releases to relevant contacts.
– Summer Only: Monitoring the activity of the Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program
mentors and students, and ensure adequate participation is accounted for.
Summer 2015 – Zoe Stoller is a rising sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying English with a concentration in Creative Writing. At Penn, she is the Vice President of J*Stage Theatre Co. as well as the Design Editor for The Penn Review. Her writing has been recognized by organizations such as the American Scholastic Press Association, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and Teen Art Gallery, and one of her original plays was produced in a theater festival Off-Broadway. She lives in New York City with her parents, sisters, and adorable dog, and — in her spare time — likes to dwell in possibility. (What? We thought it was funny.)