Seeking Editorial Intern for Twin Cities Business
Twin Cities Business is in search of an editorial intern to assist in fact checking and reporting/writing projects for both print and online (tcbmag.com).
Job Description: The paid position ($15.00/hour) is 20-25 hours per week and involves fact checking, story development and pitches, participating in various editorial projects, and writing for Twin Cities Business (TCB) print and online. Interns develop research and reporting skills while getting an inside look at the workings of a print magazine and daily business news website. We want our interns to leave with experience in both print and digital publishing platforms, crucial in today’s job market. Recent former TCB interns went on to work at Reorg, Jacksonville Business Journal, Haworth Marketing + Media, and other publications and content companies.
Internship Dates: September 2022 start, duration 4-6 months, with possible extensions.
Location: TCB offers a hybrid work culture. Our office is open during regular business hours for employees who want to be in, but much of the work can be done remotely.
Requirements: You must have a computer and internet access for this position. Candidates must be pursuing or have graduated with a Journalism/media degree, or have related experience. Eagerness, willingness to learn, and interest in magazines and business is a must. Experience at a student or other publication is preferred. Local candidates strongly preferred.
To Apply: To apply, please email a cover letter, current resume, and three writing samples or clips (no academic writing, please) to TCB Executive Editor Adam Platt at email@example.com by September 3rd. You must also include the date you can start, as well as your Monday through Friday availability, to be considered. Strong candidates have very clean, articulate application packages. Items should be in PDF format. Apply now. We will contact candidates as soon as we are able.
MSP Communications is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity.
MSP Communications requires all employees to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or a medical exception) as a condition of employment.