Come join the Hamptons' leading online media company!
Hamptons.com is accepting applications from intelligent and energetic college students and recent graduates with excellent writing and video skills for its Summer 2013 editorial and video internship programs.
Interns work on a part-time, unpaid basis for three to five months and receive highly practical experience in story conceptualization, critical reading and analysis, research, fact checking, editorial writing and collaborative work as part of the general workings of a regional new media publication. Each intern works closely with an editor on one section of the magazine, takes part in the creation of the publication's contents, and is encouraged to generate ideas and creatively contribute to the overall concept.
College credit available, coordinated with your university or college internship program. If you are interested in working for Hamptons.com as an Editorial or Video Intern, you will emerge from the program with several real-world tools towards securing employment at Hamptons.com or another new media publication.
The ideal candidate must:
• Live within easy commute of the East End area, car and camera required.
• Have a clear knowledge of the inner workings of a new media editorial department.
• Be interested in a collaborative experience in working with editorial team members.
• Adaptability in research, conceptualization and writing style to suit a niche demographic.
• Applicants must be able to present a portfolio of polished, actual editorial contribution.
• Computer skills a must, experience with PhotoShop a plus.
Duties include, but are not limited to, creating and developing original articles on a weekly basis, photography of various events, photo management, layout assistance, assorted production details, contributions to social networking and marketing efforts, production and administrative support.
Video Interns will be responsible for the shooting, editing, and delivery of a final product. When assisting lead videographer, Video interns will set up and break down video equipment, manage second camera and microphones, shoot and edit video as necessary, and coordinate talent. Video Interns will also post videos online to various sources.
To apply please send a resume, samples of your work, and cover letter to Nicole B. Brewer, Executive Publisher, 33 Flying Point Road - Suite 106, Southampton, NY 11968, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org