So, aside from the Twitter feed where I post anything and everything which I come across, I’m also going to be doing these weekly posts which will contain the best internship opportunities in a bit more detail. Then, later in the week I’ll do another one for the entry level jobs available. Good huh?? Let’s get this party started!
Endeavour Press are looking for a publishing assistant intern. It’s a full time paid position which will last three months, and you’ll gain experience in all departments of the company. They’re looking for someone to start ASAP so get those applications in!
Aurum Press are after an editorial intern. It’s a 6-week position and it’ll be paid. Apply by sending your CV and Cover letter to email@example.com.
Harper Collins Learning are looking for their next superstar editorial intern. Position is paid and lasts three months. Send CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP, they’re looking to hire very soon!
You can apply for two week unpaid work experience placements at DK Books by sending your CV, cover letter and dates of availability here. You can contact Ellie Samuels (email@example.com) or Michelle Murdock (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions!
Harpers Bazaar are looking for an art desk intern. It’s a four week placement for those interested in getting into design. Experience in InDesign and Photoshop is preferred. Send a CV and cover letter to Alby.Bailey@hearst.co.uk to apply.
Head of Zeus are accepting applications for interns who want to work from November on wards. Quite far off, but good for those of you still in uni! Interns will get experience in all departments of the publishers, so would be a good one to have under your belt. Email your CV, cover and any questions to Nia – email@example.com.
Touchline Publishing want an editorial intern to help with their latest edition of Vision magazine. See this previous post on how to apply!