Digital Media Internship

Have you always wanted to work in media but don t know where to start? You re in luck. Entity Magazine, launched in 2016, is looking for ambitious college students and recent grads interested in pursuing a career in writing and digital media to join our four-week summer internship program in 2019.
You will receive college internship credit.
Oh, and did we mention it s super fun? Because it is. Trust us, this isn t your average fetching-coffee internship. You ll be doing real work, meeting fascinating people, and trying new things!

  • Be enrolled in a four-year college or university or a recent graduate.
  • Have a passion for all things new media: This means writing, creating content, digital storytelling, graphic design, social media + more!
  • Be a go-getter with serious ambition! This internship is for people who want to work hard and play hard. But it's intense.
  • Be open to learning new things.
  • Knowledgeable on current affairs and events and can write, edit and produce time-sensitive content to provide ENTITY s readers with up-to-date articles.
  • Excellent research and sourcing skills.
  • Journalism, Communications, English, and Marketing majors strongly encouraged to apply!

The Internship:
No fetching coffee here! During the course of this four-week internship, you will work out of our Los Angeles headquarters learning a variety of skills and then instantly putting them to use. These can include:

  • Digital marketing
  • SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
  • Writing for web
  • Graphic Design
  • Social media packaging
  • Data and Analytics
  • Business acumen
  • All things digital and new media!

MUST APPLY HERE: https://www.entitymag.com/entity-academy-2019
Entity Magazine launched in August 2016 and is the fastest growing women's media site in the country. We reach over 20M readers per month across platforms. Entity Academy is an intensive four-week mentorship/internship program designed for women (and ambitious men) who want to explore their career options within the media and communications landscape while gaining valuable skills at the same time.

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