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Date Posted: Jan-16-08
Company: TrekkerTime
Phone: 516-812-8611
Email: dominick [at]
Majors: English
Offered During: ongoing
Description:, the travel guide for travelers written by travelers, offers an unpaid telecommuting position with possibility for hiring.  We offer interns the opportunity to work independently, while receiving guidance from our editors, on varied assignments.  These may include conducting researching, writing articles, editing and other projects involved in our magazine.  The intern would be able to help shape his or her own position with the, so that both our organization and s/he are able to reach our goals.  As this is a virtual office, we all communicate via email, instant messenger and phone.  The schedule is very flexible, and we can adjust your workload according to how much time you can commit.  Our goal is to make the most inclusive travel guide on the Web. 


We are looking in particular for someone interested in developing skills as a writer/editor, specifically of online content.  Important qualifications include: solid writing ability — writing samples will be requested (English major or minor a plus); excellent proofreading skills, and high communication skills; some knowledge of Internet research via search engines will be very helpful; interest in entertainment; ability to work independently; knowledge of (or willingness to learn about) online communities, in particular message boards/forums; organization skills; and, hopefully, a sense of humor, curiosity and enthusiasm! 

How to Apply:

First, please visit and read some of the articles on the front page to help determine whether our topics and format interest you.  Send your cover letter and resume by email.  Your cover letter should include information about yourself, your background, and your hopes for what this internship might provide.  Also include information about when you can start, how much time you can commit and whether you're comfortable working independently (with guidance from us, of course).  Finally, please send two or three writing samples. 


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