Harper's Magazine Internships
Editorial Interns work on a full-time, unpaid basis for three to five months. Summer internships run from June to August. Interns work closely with an editor on one magazine section and receive practical experience in critical reading and analysis, research, fact checking, and the general workings of a national magazine.
Art interns work on a part-time, unpaid basis for three to five months, working with freelance artists. Art interns will receive practical experience in electronic page layout, color separation, art and photo research, and will learn the general workings of the art department of a national magazine.
Applicants may download the application online, or they may call to have an application mailed to them.
Harper's Magazine was founded in 1850 and is located in New York City. It is the oldest general-interest monthly magazine in America. The magazine provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture.
The location is usually in NEW YORK.