We're Hiring!

The Fold is looking for two stellar interns for the upcoming spring season.
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Original artwork by Rosie Bowker

Original artwork by Rosie Bowker

The Fold is expanding and in need of a few extra hands to help support and grow our online publication and community. Please review the job descriptions below and reach out if aligned with your interests and expertise! 

Position & Details: Editorial Intern, reports to Associate Editor

-10  hours per week

-Excellent writing and copy editing skills

-Focused, creative and professional.

-Familiar with The Fold content and tone

-Comfortable with working remotely, but not opposed to quick phone chats or the occasional conference call

Position & Details: Social Media Intern, reports to Executive Editor

-Manage and grow social media channels

-Passionate about and well versed in social media nuances and trends

-Creative eye that can accurately portray the aesthetic and tone of The Fold consistently across platforms

-Captivating writer with excellent grammar 

-Comfortable with working remotely, but not opposed to quick phone chats or the occasional conference call

To apply, please email us with the subject line “Internship” by 2/28. Include your resume, writing samples and/or links to examples of your online work.



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