Modern Luxury Editorial Intern
Editorial interns work directly with Modern Luxury's editors and gain invaluable experience producing cutting-edge content for Modern Luxury's publications in the multiple markets, including Dallas, San Francisco and Silicon Valley. This is a completely hands-on and intensive internship that requires a thorough understanding of magazine and editorial writing, the ability to multitask and a can-do attitude. Some responsibilities include, but are not limited to: fact-checking, story research, pitching, writing, proofreading for AP style, transcribing and assisting at photo shoots. Interns with exceptional writing skills will cover luxury culture, fashion, dining and philanthropy scenes. Interns are an extension of the editorial team—only those that have the ability to take on the internship with a serious, professional and dedicated manner should apply. Class credit is required for this internship with no exceptions given. Interns must be available to work in the office 4-6 hours (between the office hours of 10am-5pm) for minimum 2-3 days per week in fall/spring semester, or 3-4 days per week in summer semester. Note that this is a non-paid internship and is temporarily remote due to COVID.
Must be able to receive school credit for participation in the internship program
Must be available to work in the office 4-6 hours (between the office hours of 10am-5pm) for minimum 2-3 days per week in fall/spring semester, or 3-4 days per week in summer semester
Strong writing/journalistic abilities
Strong communication skills (must be comfortable networking and interviewing)
Knowledge of AP Stylebook
Reliable, trustworthy and deadline-driven
Strong time management skills
Ability to work independently
Please submit a resume and cover letter materials to Erin Kain at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Modern Luxury Editorial Intern Application.”
Check with your school's Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.