Harvard Publishing Internship


Industry: Publishing
Program City: Boston


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Company Info

The Harvard Common Press of Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the nation’s leading publishers of high-quality cookbooks and parenting books. The company has earned rave reviews from the media as well as a long list of awards and praise for its books, including two James Beard Foundation Book Awards and multiple nominations for James Beard and IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) Cookbook Awards. The Harvard Common Press has also been honored by the continuing inclusion of our parentin...

Internship Description

Social media interns are expected to be familiar with the major social media marketing platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google +, Pinterest, Flickr, and Stumbleupon, among others, and familiarity with cooking/food related websites is helpful as well. These include cooking blogs, as well as websites such as Tastespotting and FoodGawker. An interest in food/cooking is a plus, but not required. Social media interns’ responsibilities include: -Monitoring through social media sites to iden...

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