Scout is seeking talented interns in the following categories: Editorial, News, Arts & Community, Marketing and Web Development. Interns will not be responsible for answering phones, fetching coffee or other secretarial tasks. Instead they will be out in the field gaining invaluable journalistic experience and developing writing, reporting, web and marketing skills depending on their specific interests.
Blending the depth and vibrancy of a national magazine with the immediacy of hyperlocal journalism, Scout Magazines cover the arts, food, business, education, technology, sports, entertainment and politics. A full-color bi-monthly glossy honored as Somerville’s small business of the year in 2009, Scout has emerged as an institution and a voice of fun and reason. Scout Somerville has a distribution of roughly 30,000 copies and Scout Cambridge 50,000 copies.
Editorial, News and Arts & Community interns will have the opportunity to publish their work depending on skill level and progress during the internship. Past interns have gone on to publish in both print and web editions of both magazines. Those who successfully complete an internship with Scout Magazines may be offered a paid freelance contributor position depending on their progress during the internship.
– Interns must commit to a minimum of 10 hours per week.
– Interns will receive a $150 stipend upon completion of the semester internship
– Course credit is available depending on the rules of the student’s institution
– Meal vouchers to local restaurants are provided along with a weekly staff meal.
– Accepting applications for Fall 2013 (immediate start date) and Winter 2014.
Please submit a letter of introduction to email@example.com explaining your interest in interning with Scout Magazines. Resumes and writing samples should be made available upon request. Interviews will take place immediately and on a rolling basis depending on the candidate pool.