Harvard Business Review is an innovative publisher looking for a smart, creative, and curious summer intern to work on both our print magazine and HBR.org
. Our mission is to make companies better places to work, and our world a better place to live.
The editorial intern will take on a mix of longer-term, more challenging projects as well as daily assignments. Projects may include:
*Curating content for HBR’s email newsletters;
*Editing digital articles and other content;
*Conducting research and organizing information for editors;
*Writing video scripts;
*Identifying potential interviewees for the website;
*Scanning rss feeds and databases for new research;
*Tracking performance metrics to help guide editorial thinking;
*and other assignments for the magazine and the website.
The successful candidate’s goals and skills will be taken into account when crafting the list of assignments for the summer.
To be successful, applicants must:
• be pursing a graduate level degree;
• be an excellent writer and/or editor;
• love the Internet;
• believe that ideas do have the power to change the world;
• have great interpersonal and communication skills;
• have an energetic and positive attitude, as well as a desire to learn;
• be a self-starter;
• and have demonstrated an interest in exploring a career in media.
You do not need a knowledge of business content, but you’ll get more out of this experience if you’re interested in any or all of these types of things: psychology; diversity; group dynamics; economics; income inequality; what makes companies succeed or fail; problem solving; personal productivity; environmental challenges; and the kind of leadership the world needs now.
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