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Title: HarperCollins 2020 Summer Internships
Description: We are now accepting applications for our 2020 Summer Internship Program! Positions are available in Editorial, Publicity, Marketing, Managing Editorial, Sales, Design, and more.

The summer program will run from June 1 - August 6 for a total of 10 weeks, and interns will work a total of 28 hours per week (Monday-Thursday), with an hour for lunch every day. The internship program is a paid program.

What makes our program special?
- It is small - we only have 22 interns, and there are lots of opportunities for us to get to know you, and for you to get to know each other.

- You really get to know a book. We follow one book from beginning to end in our weekly lunch and learn presentations. One week you'll hear from the editor, another you'll hear from the cover designer, yet another you'll hear from the author, and so much more!

- You work on a real publishing challenge throughout the summer with a small group of interns. At the end of the program you will present your findings in front of senior staff. What a great thing to put on your resume!

- Speaking of resumes, at the end of the program you will attend a presentation on "How to Get a Job in Publishing" where you will learn tips for your cover letter, resume, interview and networking!

To apply please submit your resume and cover letter via the HarperCollins Careers site ( Applicants are welcome to apply to more than one opportunity and are encouraged to upload a separate cover letter for each role they are applying to.

Questions? Send us a message on our HarperCareers Facebook page!
Location: New York, New York
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Date Posted: 2/10/2020 (Ongoing Job Posting)

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