• Mon, Nov 12 2012

Crushable Is Looking For Winter/Spring 2013 Interns

Yes, paid internship dreams do come true! You could spend your winter and spring working in the Crushable office in New York City. If you’re obsessed with pop culture, addicted to television and so devoted to befriending Jennifer Lawrence that you openly stalk her, read on.

Interns will be expected to write pieces (under their own byline), research, build galleries, possibly attend events, and provide general assistance to editors. Prospective candidates must possess strong writing skills. Experience with WordPress is a plus. The ideal candidate is web-savvy, witty, organized and the go-to-entertainment-know-it-all among their friends.

College-aged or grad students in the Manhattan area are encouraged to apply, especially those with backgrounds in journalism.

We’re looking for smart candidates to begin in early January and work through early May. So get those resumes, cover letters, and two writing samples to Jenni(.)Maier(@)Alloydigital.com by Monday, November 26th. Your cover letter is a bonus 3rd writing sample, so don’t tell me anything boring about how your on-campus job taught you about leadership. Show me why we should hire YOU to be a Crushable intern.

Please make sure that your writing samples are written in the Crushable voice. While you probably write fabulous research papers, they don’t help us to see how wonderfully funny your writing can be. Submit a sample that you could see showing up on our homepage. Also, don’t be shy about including any social media links!

Want to write for Crushable, but don’t have time to commit to an internship? We’re always on the hunt for talented writers who want to share their celebrity addiction with others! Submit the same writing samples to Jenni for your chance to be considered.

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  • Reese

    I’d love to do this but I start nursing school soon so I can’t move to NYC. Are you saying if I submit writing samples I may still be considered? How would that work?

    • Jenni

      You wouldn’t be an intern, but you could be a contributor.