The editorial intern will support the Project writers in editing, formatting, collating and organizing written materials including institute schedules, instructional handout packets, and Reading and Writing Curricular Plans (grades K-8). During the days leading up to each institute, and during the institutes themselves, the editorial intern's duties will shift. He or she will join the rest of the interns to help collate, set up and distribute materials, check on rooms, assist with registration and book sales, direct participants and field their inquiries, update data bases and run errands as needed.
The ideal candidate will have a strong command of the English language and of grammar conventions, a sharp attention to detail, the ability to work quickly and efficiently under tight deadlines, a strong work ethic, and a terrific sense of humor. An interest in the field of education is a bonus, but not required. English majors preferred.
Please note: this is a full-time internship from Mid-May through Mid-August, with the possibility of extended work.
The editorial intern will be expected to work four or five days (up to 40 hours) a week. There will be some early mornings and long days, and possibly some weekends. The work is varied and often fast paced, with a fair amount of physical activity. Vacation time will be permitted but please note that our conferences are June 24th-28th, July 1st-6th, August 5th-9th and August 12th-16th. Interns must be available both the week prior to and the week of each institute. This is a paid internship opportunity, however it is also possible to have interns be self-funded by their undergraduate institution, whether through a grant, scholarship, or college credit.
For more information regarding the work we do, please visit our website: www.readingandwritingproject.com.
To apply, please submit a resume detailing relevant experience and a cover letter stating your reasons for interest as well as your goals in/for this internship to: firstname.lastname@example.org