We are currently accepting all artistic and literary submissions for the publication of our upcoming centennial issue in January 2020 via this form and via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission is to always generate kid power. The powers (themes) to be explored and tackled in this issue are Joy & Happiness—one of the initial aims of the publication of the magazine.
We would love to view samples, books, behance profiles, kidTV series scripts, websites, & social media pages of promising:
comic, illustrators, graphic novelist, videographers, directors, producers, authors, writers, poet, activity specialist, gamer, & puzzlers.
The work must be intended for children aged 8-13 years old.
Please submit a summary of your work themes, short sample, and/or a link to a long sample below.
All submissions will give careful consideration to each submission.
We do seek to compensate for the licensure of all published work.
Children’s Literature & Media Editorial Internships
Remote. Brooklyn. Around Tri State area. Paid Production based travel involved.
WHO WE ARE
The Brownies’ Book is apart of the making of a historic canon: the African American children’s literary canon founded in 1919. The magazine’s revival is apart of a mission to generate kid power and create a more inclusive world during the 21st century. The Brownie Collective, our non-profit, will complete its mission through a combination of thought-provoking stories, creative expression, and business innovation. We aim to eradicate ‘the standard’ and shift narratives around ‘the other’ from intolerance and even tolerance to celebration and to generally be a thing of joy, unity, happiness, beauty, strength and expansion.
The Brownies’ Book ( d/b/a SIMI, Inc. ) is currently offering an editorial internship opportunity. The Editorial team works on a variety of initiatives including and not limited to: the Edudaily, the digital/ print magazine: The Brownies’ Book, and its aligning multi-media series. As such, we are looking for enthusiastic interns who would like to explore a range of creative opportunities, preferably with strong research, writing, and editing skills in addition to an interest in children’s literature and media.
They will have a number of responsibilities which may include
choosing editorial styles,
updating an Edudaily,
managing the mailing list,
aiding in submissions intake, sorting and sending out notices as needed,
helping with mailings,
scheduling and attending meetings,
and handling other administrative tasks.
The fall internship will begin mid- September and end in Mid- November.
Let me see your work.
Let me see your passion.
We want people with tenacity, drive, and work ethic.
Follow an editorial calendar, collaborating with other members of the content production team to ensure timely delivery of materials
Monitor and analyze the performance of key performance indicators (KPIs) to offer suggestions for improvement
Use search engine optimization (SEO) strategies in writing to maximize the online visibility of a website in search results
Will provide do College or HS credit.
Will pay a stipend- contingent on deliverables not hours.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in an internship, please submit a resume and quick interest blurb to email@example.com by September 7th 2019 at 5pm. Be sure to include “Editorial Internship” in the subject line.
The Brownie Collective, Inc [501(c)3] & SIMI Kids, Inc. both value the array of talents and perspectives that a diverse workforce brings. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status.