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Company Name: W. W. NORTON & COMPANY
Description: The college division at W. W. Norton & Company is seeking an intern from May to August 2017 to assist with print and digital editorial projects in the history department. The internship will offer insight into the editorial, marketing, and sales aspects of textbook publishing. Tasks will vary, but will include assisting with preparation of manuscripts and electronic ancillary materials, researching market data, cataloging and organizing digital assets, organizing book review programs, reviewing manuscript proposals, researching artwork and primary source texts, and other day-to-day office duties.

Length of Internship: 3 Months, 20 Hours Per Week
Requirements: Ideal candidates are detail-oriented and organized, able to work independently in an office environment, and interested in learning about college textbook publishing. Those with an interest in history are especially encouraged to apply. If you are applying to another Norton internship, please indicate as much in your cover letter. Specific hours are flexible, but interns must be available to work 3-4 days for a total of 20 hours per week over a three-month period. Juniors, seniors, and recent graduates preferred.
Location: New York, NY
Payment: $11/hour
How To Apply For This Internship: To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter as email attachments to Kelly Rafey (krafey@wwnorton.com) and Chris Hillyer (chillyer@wwnorton.com).

W.W. Norton & Company is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.

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