Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM), the journal of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), seeks a paid summer intern to produce a new online publication. The internship is full-time (8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday for 10 weeks, from June 5 through August 11, 2017 (start/end date flexible). Candidates are required to be on site in the Washington, D.C., office for this internship.
The intern will be the primary editor for a new online publication derived from previously published Landscape Architecture Magazine content.
- Reviewing the magazine to create a keyword-searchable index of articles from the past five years.
- Using the index to identify previously published content related to climate change.
- Working with editorial staff to select images and text and prepare for web publication.
- Publishing the selected content in a stand-alone web interface that can be easily updated.
- Learning about all aspects of the monthly production of Landscape Architecture Magazine.
- Current enrollment in a bachelor’s or master’s program in landscape architecture or journalism. A strong understanding of landscape architecture, urban design, ecology, infrastructure, and related fields is necessary.
- Excellent writing skills with a demonstrated interest in journalism or communications.
- Working knowledge of InDesign (or similar) and Photoshop to prepare images for web publication.
How to Apply:
Please send cover letter, CV, two writing samples (no more than two pages each), and two references with LAM INTERN in the the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org by end of day on Friday, April 7.
Phone interviews will be conducted with finalists and a selection will be made by the end of April.
The 10-week internship provides a $4,000 stipend, paid out (every two weeks) over the course of the internship. ASLA can also work with the intern to attain academic credit for the internship. Housing and travel costs are not included and not covered by ASLA.
The internship is an in-house position at ASLA’s national headquarters, which is conveniently located in downtown Washington, D.C., one block north of the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro Station on the Red, Yellow, and Green Lines. Learn more about ASLA’s Center for Landscape Architecture.