POWDER Seeks The Greatest Intern

Needs to work remotely, have good manners

Former intern and POWDER CorrespondentKade Krichko after finding a nickle in the sand with his metal detector.

Former intern and POWDER Correspondent Kade Krichko after finding a nickle in the sand with his metal detector. PHOTO: JOHN CLARY DAVIES

POWDER magazine has one winter internship opening. To be eligible students must be able to receive college credit. The intern will work remotely, for 20 to 30 hours a week, from December to April.

Editorial Intern
The editorial intern will assist the editorial staff with Powder.com and Volume 43 of Powder magazine. Candidates should have strong writing, reporting, and organizational skills, have great attention to detail, as well as a strong skiing background. To apply, please send a resume, one-page cover letter explaining why, exactly, you’d be a good fit for the best magazine in the world, and two work samples to managing editor John Clary Davies at Davies@Powder.com with the subject line: Editorial Intern.

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  • Corey

    Awesome, wish i was a writer, i’d definitely work for you Powder Magazine!

  • Emily


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    Can you provide any examples of writing that previous interns have done?

  • Ceris

    Hi, just wondered when you’d like to have the applications by?

  • Shana

    Is this a paid internship?

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