Internships: Video, Art/Photo, Editorial, Digital & Special Sections
Attention, aspiring videographers!
Indianapolis Monthly is seeking applications for a video intern. Internships are hands-on, involving a variety of responsibilities and the opportunity to be a part of a busy art department.
Primary duties include shooting video for various projects and editing footage to create original videos that will be published online. You will collaborate with our editorial and art teams to generate new ideas for video stories. You should have video experience and the ability to shoot and edit clips independently to meet deadlines.
If you find this interesting and believe you would be a good fit, submit your resume and work samples or Web information to Katie Cline, Associate Art Director. This internship is unpaid but can be taken for credit.
Hello, aspiring specialty-publication makers!
Indianapolis Monthly seeks a Special Sections intern for spring and summer sessions. In the spring, the intern will work on the Home magazine, while in the summer, the intern will help with the Shops publication. For each, the primary responsibility is researching, updating, fact-checking, and writing company and store listings. Strong communication skills (both in person and over the phone), attention to detail, and the ability to multitask effectively are essential. For Shops, knowledge of Indianapolis boutiques and retailers is a plus. Interns can also contribute headline and story ideas and attend meetings to learn about the inner workings of a magazine. Prospective interns must be undergraduate or graduate students at a college or university. Internships are unpaid but can be taken for credit.
The deadline for 2015 Shops intern applications is Friday, April 3, 2015.
If interested, please submit your resume and at least two writing samples (no poetry, please) to Laura Kruty, Special Sections Editor.
Attention, aspiring editors and writers!
Editorial interns' main responsibility is fact-checking, an integral part of putting out a quality publication. They also do research for the staff on a wide range of topics. As time allows, they write pieces for publication in one or more of our editorial products: Indianapolis Monthly, City Guide, The Ticket, and Shops. Online writing opportunities abound. Interns are expected to attend staff meetings and submit story ideas for both print and online publication.
Candidates need to be extremely detail-oriented, with the ability to research myriad topics correctly and efficiently. The ability to hit the ground running and to change topics in a heartbeat will serve you well.
This internship is an excellent opportunity to see the inner workings of a magazine. It is not get-me-some-coffee-and-file-this. It is be your own thinker and problem-solver, think of story ideas, and contribute as a member of the staff.
If you find this interesting and believe you would be a good fit, submit your resume and some writing samples (no poetry, please) to Kim Hannel, Managing Editor.
Mail submissions to:
40 Monument Circle, Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46204
ART + PHOTO
Attention, aspiring designers!
Indianapolis Monthly has opportunities year-round for graphic design internships. What can art interns expect to gain at Indianapolis Monthly? We offer students a wide variety of opportunities not only in the areas of art and design, but also practical experience at a real magazine. That’s something you can’t get in school. In addition, interns come away with great portfolio pieces to help in that next, very important step of finding a job after graduation.
Candidates should be detail-oriented, very proactive, and have the ability to multitask correctly and efficiently. Any candidate must possess a strong grasp of Adobe Suite products, especially InDesign and PhotoShop. We support a MacIntosh environment.
This internship is an excellent opportunity to see the inner workings of a magazine. You will contribute as a member of the staff by assisting the Art Director, going to photo shoots and assisting our photographer, designing advertising, flyers, logos, website ad and content images, or whatever is needed that day!
Note: We are now looking for Spring 2015 interns. Please do not send art/photo internship submissions by postal mail. Thanks for your interest.
If you find this interesting and believe you would be a good fit, submit your resume and work samples or web information to Katie Cline, Associate Art Director. This internship is unpaid but can be taken for credit.
Hello, aspiring digital doers!
IndianapolisMonthly.com has year-round opportunities for digital media internships, one each semester. This intern's primary responsibilities include reporting, researching, writing and editing blog posts for the website. Additional duties include documenting events, interviews, and the like by taking smartphone photos and/or capturing video, as well as obtaining images from photographers and sources to build photo galleries. This intern will also attend some editorial staff meetings, submit story and headline ideas, etc.
IM's Digital Media Manager does not drink coffee; you will not be making coffee runs or anything of the like. This internship is unpaid but can be taken for credit. You will be seen as a team member, with the duties and perks that go along with that, and you will have bylines and work featured often at IndianapolisMonthly.com.
The ideal candidate has a knack for accuracy. He or she knows how to work quickly and efficiently, a self-starter capable of generating story ideas, reporting, writing, and editing—and handling a few assignments at once. Possessing a diverse set of interests is a plus, especially if the candidate is interested in fashion/style, sports, politics, music, and/or arts and entertainment in general. A background in Web writing is preferable but not required.
The candidate must be an undergraduate or graduate student at a college or university. Materials may be submitted for Fall 2015 through Friday, June 26; applicants will be contacted in the week that follows. "Digitern" positions have been filled for Summer 2015.
If interested, please submit your resume and some writing samples to Jonathan Scott, Digital Media Manager.