Oh, hey there, college students. Aren't you just way tired of sitting around on your parents' couches all day, Snapchatting each other, and watching hours of Too Cute reruns? (Or whatever it is kids do these days, hem haw.) Aren't you tired of not having responsibilities?
Well, fear not, young go-getters! Soon enough, school will be back in session, and you'll be able to spend your days scurrying across campus in this balmy 15-below weather that's never going to end, ever. Better yet, why not make Mom and Dad proud with an internship at City Pages? (The very website you're reading right now. Imagine that!) Find out more about how to be a hero below the break.
The process is simple: Send us your cover letter, your resume, and a few of your writing clips, and we'll do our part to give you an inside look at what it's like to work in the fast-paced newsroom of an alternative news weekly. Our internships are unpaid and 20 hours per week, so you'll have to be an active student eligible for school credit in order to apply.
Ideal candidates will have an interest in contributing to our Hot Dish blog, but you'll also be helping our staff writers and editors with various projects. To apply, or if you have any questions, please contact me, Jeff Gage, or our Managing Editor, Hannah Sayle.