Editorial & Social Media Intern (NYC)

The Gramlist is hiring! We’re looking for detail-oriented Spring 2019 Editorial Interns to launch a new web-based publication. If you have a great writing style, impeccable editing skills, and a thorough knowledge of the social sphere (especially Instagram), get in touch. In addition to researching, writing and editing content for our weekly editorial newsletters, interns will have the opportunity to assist in producing our monthly magazine and become a founding member of our aforementioned site.

Please note that this is not a coffee-getting internship. In joining The Gramlist, you will become a valuable member of a small team, and will work closely with our Editorial Director and CEO.

Who we are: The Gramlist connects brands with an untapped influencer pool to spark an authentic social conversation via Instagram, Snapchat and beyond. We’re a small but mighty social-first startup that combines human curation with quantitative analytics to activate campaigns on the social web. Our manifesto is anchored in authenticity, transparency, and engagement. In just a few short years we’ve been lucky enough to work with big clients like Condé Nast, Tory Burch, Samsung, FourSquare, SoulCycle, Bustle, Outdoor Voices, and VICE to name a few and we’re growing fast.

Are you our dream candidate? Take this handy quiz to find out!

  1. If you want fashion inspo or recipe ideas, do you automatically know who to turn to on Instagram?
  2. Do you kind of secretly think you’re the voice of your generation and/or maybe the funniest person you know?
  3. If we said #boybrow, would you say @glossier?
  4. Are you super annoying about spelling and never miss a typo?
  5. If we said, “Can you make us a list of five Instagram accounts we’ve never heard of?”” would you be like, “Sure. And here’s fifteen more”?

If you answered ‘yes’ to all five questions, we need to meet you! Email C[email protected] with your:

  • Resume
  • Instagram handle
  • LinkedIn URL
  • 3 reasons you were born to lead the future of social media
  • A writing sample. Nonfiction only please! (No novels, screenplays, fanfiction, etc.) We want to be able to get a sense of your writing style and point of view.