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|Hours:||32 hours/week (flexible)|
|Dates:||One semester, or approximately 10 weeks|
|Deadline:||Open until filled|
Green America (www.GreenAmerica.org) is a nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to harness economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
Our editorial interns are fully involved in the Green America editorial team. Editorial interns spend most of their time researching and writing stories, fact-checking, and proofreading listings for the National Green Pages™. Interns have the opportunity to acquire short published clips and gain exposure to many aspects of magazine publishing.
We are looking for interns with exceptional writing and editing skills, sharp analytic skills, meticulous attention to detail and factual accuracy, and familiarity with Microsoft Office and Internet research.
The Editorial Intern help develop our two publications:
The Green American magazine covers news and events in the environmental and social change movements. Giving readers practical ideas about working toward a more peaceful and cooperative society, the magazine is organized around a central theme for each issue. Recent issues have explored cell phone safety, Fair Trade, organic and local food systems, and energy efficiency. The intern will help develop content for the upcoming issues.
Green America's National Green Pages is a directory of thousands of socially and environmentally responsible products and services. Summer interns will assist with writing and researching stories, tips, and strategies for the Green Pages magazine section, as well as with proofreading and fact-checking the directory.
An ideal candidate will:
Current college students will be given first priority in the hiring process. Please e-mail a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 short writing samples (news-style articles or essays are particularly relevant—please avoid sending academic papers if possible) to:
Tracy Fernandez Rysavy, Editor
Green America is an equal opportunity employer.