Editorial Experience Life Intern:
The Editorial Intern’s primary responsibilities consist of fact checking and researching, and will include some writing for the magazine’s features, regular departments, and other content areas, including digital. The Editorial Intern contributes to the creative-planning process, and works closely with the Managing Editor, Fact Checker, Copy Chief, Senior Editors, Deputy Editors, and Editor in Chief to supply content that meets the creative and quality standards outlined in the creative blueprint. Central tasks are focused on 60 percent of workload on digital and print fact checking and research; 20 percent on writing and editing; 10 percent on copy editing and proofreading; and 10 percent on planning and assisting on various editorial and digital projects. Job duties require maintaining clear, consistent communication with the managing editor, editorial staff, and sometimes freelancers. The Editorial Intern is responsible for tracking and adhering to all deadlines specified in the production calendar. At any given time, an Editorial Intern may simultaneously be working on four to five separate issues and specific digital projects as they progress through various stages of editorial development.
Life Time seeks a motivated student or recent graduate to assist in the participation of the organization’s day-to-day operations. They will work in a collaborative environment to improve experiences for Life Time members, prospective members and team members. This internship is an opportunity for a student to take ownership of designated projects for an abbreviated period of time to help extend and apply their knowledge to meet business goals.
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