INTERNSHIPS

Gain experience in nonprofit publishing through an internship with New Village Press!


PUBLISHING COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

New Village is seeking interns to help with marketing, social media, and communications, especially related to newest titles Growing a Life: Teen Gardeners Harvest Food, Health, and Joy and Openings: A Memoir from the Women's Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992.

We prefer candidates well-versed in the fields of community development, social justice, community-based arts, and/or urban ecology, who will be able to assist in web design and maintenance write and curate posts for our various social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, blogs) as well as traditional media. Strong written and verbal communication abilities are essential, as well as a good understanding of task organization. Facility with word-processing, Internet, social media, database and spreadsheet applications required. Web design experience is highly preferred. Facility with Photoshop, inDesign is a big plus. A passion for social justice, community building, and publishing are ideal.

A minimum of 8 hours per week is required; 15 to 30 hours per week preferred. A minimum three-month commitment is strongly requested.

Interested? Send a cover letter, resumé, and 2-3 writing samples to Lynne Elizabeth at lynne@newvillagepress.net



Perks: Paid public transportation via Metrocard and/or Citibike. Participation in local conferences, exhibitions, lectures, and author/book events, which New Village hosts and where New Village authors present. Free personal copies of the books we publish.

Our office is located on Manhattan's Upper West Side.


New Village Press is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, color, gender, religion, national origin, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, sexual orientation or gender preference, physical or mental disability or other characteristic protected by applicable law.