Posted On: February 25, 2020
Media Organization:Hearst Magazines
The Hearst Food Group, part of Hearst Magazines, conceptualizes and produces food content for Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Women’s Health, Dr. Oz and Country Living. Hearst Magazines has a global audience of 200 million print readers and 400 million unique digital visitors, with 21 brands in the U.S., and close to 300 print editions and 200 websites around the world.
The Hearst Lifestyle Group’s Food Department is looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented food enthusiast to support the team during the summer. This is an opportunity to learn in a highly collaborative and fast-paced environment with a team that’s responsible for producing the food content for Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Women’s Health, Prevention, and Country Living, as well as other Hearst titles. This opportunity is ideal for anyone seeking to learn more about food journalism at major women’s magazine brands. You’ll gain valuable exposure to the editorial process. You’ll see first-hand how recipes are created in the test kitchen and food stories are conceptualized and realized.
What this team seeks:
A team player who is comfortable in a high-energy environment.
Someone who is genuinely interested in and inquisitive about current consumer trends in food and cooking.
What you’ll learn:
How we research and report food-related articles.
How we call in products for various publications’ news pages.
What it’s like to organize products for tastings and pitches.
Shadow the group that maintains and updates recipe archives.
Learn how to Request, sort, and file newly published cookbooks.
Get to see first-hand editorial brainstorm sessions for monthly features and articles, both for print and digital outlets.
Learn how we keep abreast of new products, trends, food personalities, and relevant tips.
You must be able to receive college credit and be available at least 3 days a week to apply.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Becca (Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org).