Internship for an international Publishing House Internship for an international Publishing House

Global Experiences Global Experiences

Location Dublin, Ireland
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Part Time
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Full Time
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Paid
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Contact Information (877) 432-2762 (US toll free) 800-032-2377 (UK toll free) 1-410-267-7306 (Direct)

Description

This international publishing house has offices in Ireland, UK, and the United States. An intern in this extremely competitive placement will have responsibilities in marketing, editing, and production.

Ideal Candidate: Foreign language skills preferred for translation. Must submit writing samples. Grad level education. Serious about publishing. Interns qualified for this position must be grad level with a passion for literature and publishing as well as possess strong writing skills.

Requirements

How to Apply: Global Experiences makes the process of securing an international internship as simple as possible. The application process is important so that our team can provide you with eNough information to help you make informed decisions about an internship with Global Experiences. By completing three easy steps you will be on your way to an unforgettable internship experience that will give you an edge in your career! 1. Fill out the application form so we can learn more about your interests, career goals, education and professional background, and your location of choice so we can provide you the best information to fit your needs. 2. Schedule an appointment to speak with a Program Consultant by phone or Skype to discuss program details and your internships objectives 3. Once you speak with a consultant and confirm that you are a good candidate for the program, we will invite you to submit part 2, where you can upload a resume, cover letter, goals and objectives. Deadlines Note: Spaces in the Global Experiences programs are often limited and applications are considered on a rolling basis. Applications are assessed as they arrive and programs are filled accordingly. Programs are competitive and the best placements typically go to most qualified (and earliest) applicants.

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