USOpen.org, the official website of the 2010 US Open Tennis Championships, is looking for a freelance writer and editors to work at the upcoming tournament in Flushing, N.Y. Applicants must be available to work daily from Aug. 30 through Sept. 12, with flexibility to work either days or nights.
Writer: Looking for deadline-oriented writer with strong knowledge of tennis to write news and feature stories.
Editor: Responsibilities include editing and posting stories and videos, writing headlines and other content on the main homepage and news page of USOpen.org. Must have prior web-publishing experience. Both day and night editor positions available.
Are you looking to get your writing published? College Magazine is
seeking new student writers. Writers must currently be seeking a
degree in journalism, English, or communication or have previous
experience in writing for a college-level publication. College
Magazine is DC and Baltimore's only magazine specifically for
students, written completely by students. With articles about
academics, nightlife, sports, entertainment, fashion and every topic
in between on the college experience, it's our goal to provide
students with the ultimate guide as they journey through their college
years. Writers must be self-motivated, creative, detail-oriented and
passionate about researching, interviewing and writing.
Please send resume and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org
or apply online at collegemagazine.com by clicking on "Contribute."
College Media 101: College Media reaches over 150,000 students
nationwide and is the No. 1 resource for students. We provide a
one-stop shop for the college student's every need from academic
advice and internships to spring break reviews and dorm room shopping.
Written entirely by students, readers experience genuine first-hand
stories. Our content covers real issues specific to the college
lifestyle: from networking with your professor to an inside look on
"sexting." We release College Magazine, a quarterly 32-page glossy to
nine top-tier universities including George Washington University,
University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins and Georgetown.
CollegeMagazine.com features daily blogs, celebrity interviews (Kim
Kardashian to Tucker Max) and more. Our e-newsletter reaches 5,000
readers and offers giveaways that students want and need: a year
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Do you see the world through an economic lens? Are you curious about the financial aspects of various events and occurrences in the news? We are a small niche publication looking to hire a blogger to write, from an economic perspective, on popular African-American related business stories in the news? For example, T.I has partnered with Remy Cognac. Your blog post could be a 350-600 word commentary on the connection between rappers and liquor companies and how urban partnerships help to boost sales of certain brands like Remy Cognac, which statistics may show is more popular with urban consumers. This post would include at least one statistic and one expert quote.
You're essentially summarizing and adding your business insight. Other topics could include, for the sake of examples, the ouster of BP CEO Tony Hayward (was it a wise economic decision) and California's Pot legalization (how will it benefit the U.S economy to legalize marijuana). As a blogger, you're expected to write 3 posts per week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) for a total of 3 posts per week. Compensation will be $30 per week.
If you're interested, please submit two writing samples, resume, and 300 word reaction to an African-American related business story in the news.
Student Health 101 is looking for freelance student journalists and authors to write features and shorts on health issues that are of concern to college students. Student Health 101 is an online health and wellness publication distributed to about 1 million students at more than 300 colleges and universities nationwide. Topics covered include alcohol and drug abuse, contraception, fitness, nutrition, mental health, money management and more.
We are looking for writers with excellent reporting skills who can work under a deadline. Writers are hired on a freelance basis and paid a fee per article based on length and difficulty of subject matter, varying from $50-$250. Feature stories are 1,250 to 1,500 words; short features are 500 to 600 words; and health briefs are 350 words. If you are interested in being considered for a freelance writing position, please e-mail email@example.com. Be sure to attach a resume and at least two stories or writing samples you have written (published pieces are preferred).
Opportunity to advance in new media production and meet the growing Hispanic market through the creation of news stories on topics relevant to this community for pontealdia.com and AL DIA's weekly newspaper.
- Propose, plan, produce, and publish articles with the assignments editor
- Work in various formats: interviews, features, reports, etc.
- Experience with video, podcasts and other value-added techniques for written stories
- Post stories on pontealdia.com, blogs
- Promote articles through social networks such as - Twitter and Facebook
- Attract more visitors to pontealdia.com
- Follow issues of interest to website visitors to keep them coming back
- Strong skills and passion for journalism
- Well-informed about current events
- Takes initiative on story ideas
- Rigorous standards for sources and strong journalistic judgment
- Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Final cut, iMove, Garageband and Microsoft Word
- Voracious work ethic
- Initiative & follow-through
- Demonstrated leadership
- Problem-solving skills
- Able to set priorities, highly organized
- Strong attention to details
- Ability to exceed goals and expectations
- Ability to work as part of a burgeoning team
- Persistence, Determination, and Confidence
International publication based in New York City and Geneva seeks one brilliant, talented, detail-oriented and reliable intern to work in editorial in a startup global magazine. There is the possibility of hire at the end of the internship. Ideal candidates are highly organized with excellent communication skills. Strong writing and editorial skills are also preferable.
Job duties include liaising with European and U.S. editors, art directors, and writers; researching feature articles; high-quality writing; editing expert analysis and global events commentary on important social and economic issues; assisting with administrative duties.
This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity in a small office environment. Only those with Type A energy and with a firm understanding of global affairs need apply. Experience in related editorial capacities or strong work experience with transferable skills desirable. Web skills are essential, as is a thorough command of Microsoft Office Suite. InDesign a plus.
The internship runs through the year, at a minimum of 2 days per week. This internship may lead to a full-time position as the company becomes established.
HAUS MAGAZINE is a student publication that reflects an independent-minded, ambitious readership that thrives on the creative industries of art, travel, fashion, film and music.
Haus International currently consists of a UK, Paris and Lebanon editorial teams.
The New York editors job role would consist of bringing together bloggers from the big apple to contribute arts, fashion, music, film and travel content to an international audience.
We are looking for a student or recent graduate who is already experienced in blogging or magazine production.
Please note this is an unpaid post. As students we are using this as a platform for talent.
See more at http://hausdigital.com/ Please send CV's and cover letters with header 'NYC Editor' as the subject header.