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Company Name: PEACHTREE PUBLISHERS
Description: Peachtree Publishers’ Internship Program offers an in-depth, behind-the-scenes learning experience in the children’s book publishing business. Interns will both shadow and work alongside publishing professionals in the editorial department.

Our internships are unpaid positions and require a commitment of 10 - 15 hours per week for a term of 10 - 12 weeks.

An editorial intern’s responsibilities include the following:

- Evaluating and processing unsolicited manuscripts and acquisition candidates
- Writing reader’s reports
- Assisting with copy editing and proofing
- Assisting with editorial research
- Assisting with special projects
- Assisting other departments as needed
Length of Internship: 3 Months
Requirements: Applicants must be at least junior or senior level college students. Graduate students and recent college graduates are welcome to apply. Interns are selected based on interest, experience, and academic coursework.

Interns must have a strong background in literature. They should also be detail-oriented, strong writers, able to prioritize and manage multiple projects at once, and interested in pursuing a career in book publishing or a related industry. An interest in contemporary children’s and/or YA literature is strongly preferred.
Location: Atlanta, GA
Application Due Date: August 1, 2016
Payment: unpaid
How To Apply For This Internship: To apply, complete the online application, and email your resume, cover letter, and a 1 – 2 paragraph review of a recently published children’s or YA book to knippenberg@peachtree-online.com.
URL https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1y5OQOVubQdh44H9CEPLiOsBAEFnbgwYF-SzzNWlafkQ/viewform
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