Seeking an editorial intern for a maximum commitment of 10 hours per week (over 3-5 days/week) for a start-up beauty and style site/blog with major celebrity pro participation.
 
Responsibilities would include:
Posting links on social networking sites to promote site's how-to's and giveaways
Blog posts when you review products for the site
Actively promoting the site in new places online
Light research online, link placement and Google Docs use
Other tasks as needed
 
Must be:

Available
Detail-oriented and reliable
A fast learner
Stylish and creative
Enthusiastic about style and beauty
A competent writer and good speller with a command of the English language and a 'witty personality'
A savvy social networker, preferably with a following
A US resident

This is an unpaid position for six months, however, will include free samples of beauty, style and food products, possible event access depending on your location, and the chance to grow into a future paid position.

To apply:

Send me a private message, no comments here please, with your resume and any applicable samples of your writing work (no attachments, insert in email or give links, please), a link to your facebook and twitter pages (if applicable), your Skype and chat IDs and an answer to these questions:

Which stylish celebrity do you admire and why?
Why do you think you'd be the best fit for the job?

Thank you!

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