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Fellowships & Internships at Washingtonian

We currently have three different fellowship and internship programs at Washingtonian. Please click on the link below to take you to the different job descriptions. All fellowships and internships have different deadlines and submission processes.

Please specify term (spring/summer/fall) for which you are applying. All applications must be emailed or mailed to the address specified in each description.

Editorial Fellowships
Print Advertising
Design

Editorial Fellowships

College students and recent graduates: We're looking for bright people with good research, reporting, and writing skills who don't require a lot of hand-holding. In exchange, we offer an experience that's low on grunt work and high on opportunity. Duties include factchecking, research, and some writing. Editors, writers, and heads of the advertising, promotion, production, circulation, art, and photography departments meet with the editorial assistants once or twice a week to discuss their own roles at the magazine and careers in journalism. Graduates of our program have gone on to publications such as Vanity Fair, People, Entertainment Weekly, National Geographic, Allure, Martha Stewart Everyday Food, and USA Today (as well as landed full-time jobs at Washingtonian).

The positions are 40 hours a week for four months in the fall, five months in the spring, and three months in the summer. The pay is $9.50 per hour.

To apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, three writing samples, and a list of references to Will Grunewald at, The Washingtonian, 1828 L St., NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036.

Questions? E-mail wgrunewald@washingtonian.com.

Applicants should specify term (spring/summer/fall) for which s/he is applying. Faxed or e-mailed applications are not accepted at this time.

Application deadlines:
Spring (January-May): November 1
Summer (June-August): March 1
Fall (September-December): July 1
Please DO NOT send applications via fax or e-mail.

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College students and recent graduates: We are looking for enthusiastic applicants with good people skills and an interest in advertising. We offer an opportunity to immerse yourself in everything to do with magazine advertising. You will work directly with outside and inside sales representatives, assisting them with cold calling, in-depth research projects, selling and creating ads, and assisting the Marketing Department with miscellaneous duties during events. Interns also serve as real estate department sales support.

Positions are available three times a year to both undergraduates and recent graduates. Undergraduates are eligible for academic credit. Interns receive honorarium to cover expenses.

Newspaper/magazine or marketing/sales experience is preferred but not required.

Students must have proof that they are receiving class credit from their college or university. The positions are 40 hours a week, but a more flexible schedule can be arranged.

To apply: Please send a cover letter and résumé to Ann Marie Grills at The Washingtonian, 1828 L St., NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036-5169.

Questions? E-mail agrills@washingtonian.com

Applicants should specify term (spring/summer/fall) for which s/he is applying.

Application deadlines:
Spring (January to May): November 1
Summer (June to August): March 1
Fall (September to December): July 1

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Design

College students and recent graduates: We are looking for enthusiastic, talented and creative designers to assist with the monthly production of the magazine. The candidate must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator). Duties will include assisting the art department with designing layouts for FOB and BOB sections, creating graphics for washingtonian.com, and attending art/photo meetings to discuss planning for each month's issue. Previous experience at a magazine or knowledge of K4 is a plus, but not required. There will also be opportunities to contribute towards our ancillary publications Bride & Groom and Welcome Guide.

Students must have proof that they are receiving class credit from their college or university. The positions are 40 hours a week, but a more flexible schedule can be arranged.

To apply: Please send a cover letter, résumé and link to your portfolio (PDF is fine) to designinternship@washingtonian.com.

Applicants should specify term (spring/summer/fall) for which s/he is applying.

Application deadlines:
Spring (January to May): November 1
Summer (June to August): March 1
Fall (September to December): July 1

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