Publishing

06/04 Internships

There are some excellent internships up for grabs at the moment!

Paid

Penguin have opened applications for their summer internship scheme! They’re all ten weeks long and paid, so they’re really awesome opportunities. No idea which I’m going to apply for – there’s too much choice if anything. Chill out Penguin, we’re overwhelmed! You could be a publishing intern at Transworld, a marketing intern at Ebury, a sales intern at PRH Children’s, a communications intern, a digital intern at Cornerstone, a marketing intern at PRH Children’s, a social media intern at Vintage,  or finally a consumer insight intern. You should have a look at the job specs for all of them, because what they involve might surprise you.

Also a quick PSA that THE SCHEME APPLICATIONS CLOSE IN 3 DAYS SO FRIGGIN’ APPLY!!!

Harper Collins Learning are still on the hunt for an editorial intern. Position is paid and lasts three to six months! Send CV and cover letter to recruitment@harpercollins.co.uk ASAP, they’re looking to hire very soon!

Unpaid

DK Books are still looking for three interns to come in for two weeks. There are placements available for marketing, design and for editorial.

Biteback are still on the hunt for some interns – I worked here and it was amazing, they’re all so nice and they get you to do really helpful and interesting stuff! You’ll be working in the publicity and marketing department, and they cover travel expenses. Apply with your CV to victoria.gilder@bitebackpublishing.com.

Touchline Publishing want an editorial intern to help with their latest edition of Vision magazine. See this previous post on how to apply!

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