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Ed Spolight Job: 7×7 Magazine Internship Opening

7x7 7x7-201409-Cover(2)magazine is currently seeking three editorial interns for the September-December 2014 semester. Interns are part of a small editorial team and work very closely with staff. If you’re hip to what’s happening all over San Francisco and are a student currently enrolled in classes, you could be a part of our team. The editorial interns will interact with the editorial, art, and marketing departments throughout the course of their internships. The interns will focus on fact checking, research, reporting, and writing as needed. This is a great opportunity for students wanting experience in all aspects of running a magazine and website. Get more deets. Want to make your job an Ed Spotlight Job? Email Whispers@ed2010.com for details.
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