We are currently looking for dynamic, talented, and hardworking fall interns. Our ideal candidate is a self-starter, eager to learn, and passionate about contributing to our mission of creating books that promote freedom of expression and social justice.
We are an independent, nonprofit publishing house based in Manhattan with a small, dedicated staff. We publish exciting authors who share an activist spirit and a belief in choice and equality.
Interns will work closely with mentors in one of the following departments: Publicity, Editorial, Marketing, and Development; sharing administrative responsibilities.
assisting in social media platform management
reviewing unsolicited manuscript submissions
proofreading manuscripts and tracking changes
mailing out review copies
preparing award applications
developing online marketing campaigns
researching and identifying new donor prospects
assisting with fundraising events and book launches
general office management and mailing duties
Interns work closely with one another so a willingness to collaborate and share responsibilities is essential. Familiarity with our books is helpful, but is not required.
Former FP interns are now at Penguin, Simon & Schuster, Random House, W.W. Norton & Company, Verso, Signs: Journal of Women and Culture, Women Make Movies, On the Issues, the Nation, and the Huffington Post.
The summer 2016 internship begins June 1 and runs until August 26. The internship requires a commitment of three days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are flexible with students and their schedules. Interns will receive a small daily stipend to offset the cost of transportation within New York City.
Deadline to apply is March 11, 2016.
Email your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’d like to intern at the press to intern[at]feministpress[dot]org. Please indicate in your cover letter which department you are most interested in and why you would be a strong fit. Also be sure to include your availability.
Include the names and contact information of two references.