Be a Volume One Intern
We love working with energetic and qualified interns of all types. Many of these people get some set hours in the office each week, and a rare few work almost exclusively out-of-house. Here are the types of intern opportunities (all unpaid), what is expected, and who to contact.
Editorial Interns need at least some training/experience/background in non-fiction writing and reporting. Internships rotate seasonally (spring, summer, fall, winter) and usually follow university semesters. It requires a flexible schedule of 10 hours a week in the office and can involve writing and reporting for the issue, features, special sections, guides, listings, and the website.
Send resumé and relevant work samples to editorial @volumeone.org( editorial (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).
Photography Interns need at least some training/experience/background in the field. Internship spans and schedules are flexible, often with no office hours necessary. Require having your own digital camera and knowledge of editing software.
Send resumé and relevant work samples to andrea @volumeone.org( andrea (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).
Business/Marketing Interns need at least some training/experience/background in a related field. Internship spans typically follow university semesters, and involve regular in-office hours on a flexible schedule.
Send resumé to brian @volumeone.org( brian (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).
Web Content Specialist
Web Content Specialist Interns do not require any experience with HTML or computer science work, but an interest in writing and editing for the publication and its web counterpart. Internships rotate seasonally and usually follow university semesters. It requires 10 hours of in-office work per week with a flexible schedule. Interns will translate print content to the web, work with multimedia features, and write content.
Send resumé and relevant work samples to don @volumeone.org( don (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).
Video Production Interns must have experience in shooting and editing video, whether documentaries, narratives, shorts, or art films. There is no set schedule or span for an internship, but we seek ambitious contributors willing to take on a project and see it through. Content will be for the website.
Send a demo reel or relative work samples to nick @volumeone.org( nick (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).
Retail Merchandising &
Gain valuable store management experience by working directly with our creative and retail team to execute strategies for online and in-store sales at The Local Store. Some retail experience, as well as writing and communication skills, are required. Basic photography ability is a plus but not required, and knowledge of our product line including local music, books, and art is also great but not required. This internship requires 10-12 hours of work a week, working online as well as in the store and office.
Send resumé and relevant work samples to localstore @volumeone.org( localstore (at) volumeone [d0t] org,).