Milwaukee Magazine is looking for enthusiastic, determined, creative thinkers and hard working students who can spend 15-20 hours each week at the magazine for a semester or a summer.
Summer: April 15th | Fall: August 10th | Spring: December 10th
Applications received after the deadline will be kept on file, but won’t receive priority consideration.
Internships are available in:
Graphic Design | Photography | Editorial | Sales & Marketing | Circulation & Audience Development
Milwaukee Magazine, one of the nation’s finest city and regional publications, offers editorial internships. The internships require 15 to 20 unpaid hours a week and must be taken for college credit.
Internships last for one semester or summer. Interns will work remotely. You should have experience working in a journalistic environment, be it a professional or a student publication. You’ll be doing plenty of fact-checking and copyediting. You’ll write for our print editions and our website, milwaukeemag.com. You’ll be involved with larger research projects and editorial brainstorming sessions.
This is a professional role. We take pride when former interns, having honed and expanded their skill set here, move on to full-time positions at newspapers, magazines or other communication jobs. In many cases, they’ve returned to our offices for full-time jobs or become regular freelance contributors.
To apply, submit a cover letter along with a resume and three writing clips. No phone calls please. Please apply online and address applications to Archer Parquette, Managing Editor.
SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP
Milwaukeemag.com is looking for a social media intern. Our website publishes fun, engaging and relevant stories that span news, longform features, listicles, food guides and pretty much everything Milwaukee. Social media interns will be tasked with promoting stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, expanding our social media presence, engaging with readers across channels and working with our editors to develop new, innovative ways to grow our audience and maximize our brand.
Internships last for one semester or summer and are entirely virtual. The internships require 15 to 20 unpaid hours a week—you can set your own schedule. The internship must be taken for college credit.
You should have experience with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You’ll be writing plenty of posts and engaging directly with our audience, so you’ll need to be prepared to write engaging social media hooks, and you’ll definitely need to be enthusiastic about Milwaukee and our magazine.
To apply, submit a cover letter along with a resume and three writing clips or social media samples. Please apply online and address applications to Archer Parquette, Managing Editor.
GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP
Milwaukee Magazine’s design department is looking for enthusiastic, creative, hard-working students who aspire to be a top designer or art director. The internships require 15 to 20 unpaid hours a week at the magazine office. Internships last for one semester or summer.
Responsibilities include: assisting at photoshoots, concepting, helping with photo research, laying out pages, scanning images and attending press checks. The intern will also assist in the creation of ads and promo pieces for the sales department, as well as updating data on circulation spec sheets. In addition, interns will assist in keeping track of invoices and updating other spreadsheets.
Interns must be a junior or senior from a two or four-year degree program and must be enrolled in a graphic design or related major. You should have an interest in magazine design and working knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop on the Mac OSX platform. You must be able to take this internship for college credit (no exceptions).
Milwaukee Magazine is seeking an intern to assist the staff photographer with editorial projects. This internship requires 15 to 20 unpaid hours a week. Hours can be completed in a combination of on-location photoshoots, at a home computer or at the magazine’s office. Responsibilities include taking photos for the magazine, color-correcting photos, resizing photos, attending photoshoots and working on photo illustrations.
Interns must be pursuing a photography (or related) major. You should have an interest in magazine design and working knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop on the Mac OSX platform. You must be able to take this internship for college credit (no exceptions).