China Economic ReviewCategory: Magazines-Newsletters
Salary: None, potential stipend for longer-term interns
Duration of Position: 3 month minimum
Work Schedule: Unknown
China Economic Review, a monthly magazine, is looking for Fall interns in its Shanghai office.
-Writing daily news briefs based on the top five stories of the day.
-Collecting business news stories from Chinese state media sources and compiling them for daily RSS feed.
-Fact-checking the magazine.
-Pitching stories and possibly writing for China Economic Review and related Sinomedia publications.
-Miscellaneous research, photo-finding, transcribing and editing tasks.
-Interns may optionally be involved in social media, designing infographics and podcasting and should specify those interests in their application.
Ideal candidates will be self-starters able to work independently with a strong writing ability and interest in news, economics and finance. Experience writing for college media or past editorial internships preferred but not required. Both full-time and part-time opportunities available with a minimum duration of three months. Interns would start in mid-August with some flexibility for the right candidates. More experienced candidates may be eligible for a longer-term internship with a stipend. Candidates need not be based in Shanghai but must be willing to relocate for the period of the internship.
How To Apply:
Interested candidates should send a resume and two writing samples to email@example.com.
Deadline To Apply: Sept. 1, 2012
Web site: http://www.chinaeconomicreview.com/
Phone: +86 21 5187 9633
Posted: 07/05/2012 - 09:02 p.m.
Modified: 07/06/2012 - 12:37 p.m.
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