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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

It's internship season! Leading yoga magazine offers fall employment opportunities

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Hey college bound yogis, the leading authority on yoga and the yoga lifestyle may be looking for YOU.

Currently celebrating its 40th anniversary, Yoga Journal magazine is actively seeking student seasonal interns in various departments.
Do you love reading and writing about your yoga passion? Perhaps an Online Editorial Internship is up your alley? If you’re already majoring in journalism or planning to, during this three-month commitment, Web interns will have the chance to develop content for yogajournal.com, maintain photo libraries, proofread articles and help to maintain social media accounts. Position located in YJ’s Boulder, Colorado office. A small stipend is offered.
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If you’re always plugged in to what’s trending in yoga online, consider the Social Media Internship. In this post, you’ll produce content for the YJ’s social media platforms, keep abreast of social media measurement and weekly metrics, and develop photo assets. Position located in YJ’s Boulder, Colorado office. A small stipend is offered.
Do you have a head for the business of yoga? YJ offers a Marketing Internship for Yoga Journal Events. The un-paid, for-credit position is open to students in the San Francisco Bay area. In this capacity, you’ll gain experience in event production and marketing for the magazine’s five national yoga conference produced annually. Each event draws 1500-2000 attendees and yoga instructors from around the globe.
The YJ Marketing Internship is another based in the magazine’s San Francisco office, and for which you’ll be a part of the events team. You’ll assist in preparations for upcoming shows, and longer range marketing/branding projects. Tasks will include, compiling media lists, monitoring web presence through social media, writing creative Facebook and Twitter posts, responding to fan inquiries and monitoring message boards, and more.
For more information, and/or to apply for an internship position, visit: http://www.yogajournal.com/employment/ 


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