INDEXING/TAXONOMY PROJECT INTERNSHIP, DIGITAL ARCHIVE
BOMB Magazine, a 31-year-old nonprofit art and culture publication, is seeking highly motivated, detail-oriented interns to assist with its website expansion, archive completion, and social media outreach. Join a fun, creative group of artists, writers, musicians, and filmmakers committed to celebrating BOMB’s print legacy. Interns will use a full range of editorial talents, including copy writing, fact checking, and proofreading, while exercising skills specific to library science implementing our site’s new index and taxonomy. Attention to detail and ability to follow project guidelines area a must. The ideal candidates will be able to meet deadlines and work independently but function as a team when needed. All interns will get to write original posts for the blog and participate in strategic social media initiatives. On the job training of software and web coding available.
Internships require a three-to-four-day-week minimum commitment. Hours are from 10:30 AM–6:00PM.
BOMB Magazine is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and although there is no stipend available, as an intern at BOMB, you will have the opportunity to write for the magazine’s blog and contribute to other projects as needed, as well as help out at launch events, art fairs, literary readings, and auctions.
It’s an exciting time to join the BOMB team, as new opportunities for growth are emerging.
Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the internship to which you are applying for in the subject line. Do include a cover letter and CV.