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Editorial Internship

City Paper offers spring, summer, winter, and fall editorial internships. Editorial interns are crucial to our weekly process and work closely with editors and writers. Interns check the facts in all of City Paper's articles and listings, which cover everything from shows and concerts in town to features about Baltimore's drug and crime scene. Interns also maintain the City Paper online calendar (and ultimately, its published weekly calendar), which familiarizes them with goings on in Baltimore. Finally, various writing opportunities are available, including regular blog posting and print articles. If an intern has an interest in a particular type of writing, we do everything we can to facilitate that interest.

 

Spring internships run between January and May; summer internships between May and August; fall, between August/September and December. During these periods, interns usually work 10 hours a week (two five-hour days), but various scheduling arrangements can be made.

 

Winter internships span about month, from mid- to late December to late January, and are typically full-time, though we do our best to accommodate interns' scheduling conflicts.

 

Please apply by sending internships@citypaper.com a brief cover letter, resume, and 2-3 writing samples (preferably published work; no poetry, please). The internship should be for credit and will span the semester.

 

Apply to internships@citypaper.com.

 

Arts Internship

The arts interns spend one shift per week working with other editorial interns, checking the facts in all of City Paper's articles and listings, so everything from the compilation of shows and concerts in town to features covering Baltimore's drug and crime scene. Interns also maintain the City Paper online calendar (and ultimately, its published weekly calendar), which familiarizes them with goings on in Baltimore. But the art-writing intern will spend at least one shift per week working directly with the Arts Editor and will be expected to attend gallery openings, write reviews, interview artists, and do other arts-related work for the paper.

Apply by sending a brief cover letter, your resume, and 2-3 writing samples (preferably published work; no poetry, please). The internship must be for credit and we have a 120-hour minimum policy. Interns usually work 10 hours a week (two five-hour days). internships@citypaper.com

 

Photography Internship

The photography interns spend one shift per week working with other editorial interns, checking the facts in all of City Paper's articles and listings, so everything from the compilation of shows and concerts in town to features covering Baltimore's drug and crime scene. Interns also maintain the City Paper online calendar (and ultimately, its published weekly calendar), which familiarizes them with goings on in Baltimore. But the photography interns will spend at least one shift per week working directly with a photographer or in the field with a writer (as a working photographer would) and will provide photo galleries for the website and photographs for stories in the paper, while also assisting and learning from the photographers they shadow and the writers they assist.

Apply by sending a brief cover letter, your resume, and 2-3 writing samples (preferably published work; no poetry, please), and 2-3 photography samples. The internship must be for credit and we have a 120-hour minimum policy. Interns usually work 10 hours a week (two five-hour days). internships@citypaper.com

 

City Paper Street Team

City Paper is always looking for people to be a part of their street team! What does this mean to you?


- Free admission to some of the hottest events around the city (for you AND a guest)
- Awesome prizes (movie tickets, concert tickets, t-shirts, DVDs, etc.)
- The chance to do something new!!!

Here's how it works:


When CP has events that we need covered, we email ALL of our Street Team members at the same time, offering them the opportunity to cover an event. If you're able to cover the event and you're the first to reply to the email, you get it!!


Sometime during the week, you will have to come to the City Paper offices to grab some swag bags to pass out at the event. Once at the event, you pass out the grab bags and take pictures of people at the event.


You email those pictures back to CP and for that, you get a prize pack CHOCK-FULL of goodies!


If you're interested, send a message to freestuff@citypaper.com with your name and email address and say you want to be a part of the City Paper Street Team!!!

 

 

Updated 3/28/2014