Have you always wanted to work in digital media but don’t know where to start? You’re in luck. This summer, ENTITY Magazine (www.entitymag.com) is hiring 50 qualified writers for a 7-week full-time paid summer internship (college credit will also be available for current students). Start date for Session 1 (Premier Clique) is May 21. Interns in the first group will also have the opportunity to become editors and mentors for the Session 2 (Double Clique), starting on July 16.
This internship is designed for college students and new college grads seeking experience in online media. ENTITY interns will get firsthand look at how a rapidly-growing media company functions on a day-to-day basis. You will have the opportunity to learn about journalism, editing and search engine optimization.
WE ARE THE #WOMENTHATDO.
As the first women’s media company dedicated entirely to mentorship, we educate and empower everyone to embrace their inner voice to live loudly, boldly and authentically. Our platform is a home for thoughtful dialogue between a new generation of leaders, doers and tastemakers. With over 730,000 followers on Facebook and a platform that reaches 15 MILLION people per month, ENTITY is disrupting how mentorship is done.
And as proof that we practice what we preach, our SEO interns aren’t just fetching coffee or filing papers – we invite them to change the world with us!
EXPECT TO DO REAL, HANDS-ON WORK THIS SUMMER.
In ENTITY’s SEO Boot Camp, you will be trained on the basics of on-page SEO tactics. We will teach you how to stay on top of the latest SEO techniques and to utilize Google trends and search engine results pages (SERP) for efficient and effective keyword research. You will also gain practical experience with important SEO tools such as Ahrefs, Yoast and UberSuggest.
START BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK EARLY.
SEO interns will receive direct access to top female entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and philanthropists through our highly-anticipated and carefully curated speaker series. You will meet the best of the best leaders in their respective fields, including but not limited to:
- Susan Rockefeller: Conservationist, Founder of Musings Mag and Filmmaker - Julie Schoenfeld: Entrepreneur and CEO/Founder of Strobe and other successful venture-backed startups - Courtney Keating: SVP of Innovation and Marketing at Core Logic If you’re looking for a place to gain some valuable experience and significantly advance your career, this is the place for you.
SEO INTERN BENEFITS:
- Digital Prowess: Receive opportunities to hone expert digital distribution skills and an understanding of how the Google algorithm works.- Digital Exposure: Get published on our vast content platforms, social networks and weekly newsletters calling out content created during the internship.- Professional Network: Gain access to ENTITY speakers and career connections. Join a community of achievers. Our community members are poised and recognize early that the sky is the limit.- Daily Inspiration: Enjoy a daily dose of growth and advice on our homepage (entitymag.com), as well as our weekly newsletters.
ENTITY CEO, Jennifer Schwab, developed this deep SEO training program in her quest to teach young women skills that will benefit them long term, regardless of career endeavor. “Knowing how to distribute your content via Google and social networks is just as important as knowing how to write it,” says Schwab. “After all, you can write a beautiful piece, but what is the ultimate value if no one sees it?”
Don’t just take our word for it, see what past graduates have to say about the SEO Boot Camp:
\If you want to be surrounded by wonderful women and learn how to effectively write SEO articles, ENTITY is your place. They make you feel welcomed, appreciated and challenged all at the same time. I had a great time with the ENTITY team. Thanks for having me!\ -Hillary Ojeda, M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University
\The SEO project Jennifer had me work on was really beneficial for my resume. I've noticed that nowadays, if you want to work for online media, employers look for SEO experience, a background in market research and a knowledge in what kind of content gets more readership.\ -Sutheshna Mani, B.A. in Communication and Media Studies from Cornell University
We expect all of our interns to be proactive, think analytically and work hard.
Applicants must also have an excellent command of the English language, grammar and AP Style along with an ability to recognize trending topics in real time. While they may specialize in one topic, being able to tap into the current events for all of ENTITY’s subcategories (inspiration, relationships, culture, sustainability and news) is crucial. In addition, we expect SEO interns to bring their ideas to the table. In order to thrive in this fast-paced environment, you’ll have to stay connected to the digital news world and be able to pitch your ideas to your editors.
In return for your dedication, we’ll provide you with the resources you need to succeed in this ever-changing economy.