Below are our current internships for the Spring 2018 semester:

Print Editorial Intern

SAVEUR is seeking a motivated, organized, and passionate individual to join our print editorial team as an intern for the upcoming spring semester. This is an opportunity to work alongside and learn from a small, tight-knit editorial team on a prestigious, award-winning print publication. The ideal candidate should have excellent researching and writing skills, as well as an inexhaustible appetite for good food and journalism across the globe. Knowledge of a foreign language is preferred, but not required.

Ideally you’d be able to start in January and work through the end of May for 15 to 20 hours a week. You must be able to get school credit as this internship is unpaid.

  • Primary responsibilities include:
  • Researching print stories in development
  • Fact-checking and proofreading print stories
  • Pitching and writing front-of-book stories for SAVEUR
  • Pitching and writing stories for saveur.com
  • Attending editorial meetings
  • Occasional administrative duties

In this collaborative environment, interns will wear many hats. You will learn the ins and outs of publishing a print magazine, from the art of successfully pitching stories to producing, proofreading, and shipping the final pages to the printer. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to saveur.com, as well as some short front-of-book pieces and sidebars in the print magazine. We are looking for self-starters; the scale of your contributions is up to you.

To apply, email alex@saveur.com with the subject line “Editorial Intern - Spring 2018." Please include your resume, a few words about yourself and why you’d like to intern at SAVEUR, three writing samples (they don’t necessarily need to be about food, but it helps), and 100 words telling us about your most interesting food-related travel experience. If we’re interested we’ll get back to you quickly.

Digital Editorial Intern

Saveur.com is seeking a food-, travel-, and media-loving person to join our digital team as an editorial intern for the upcoming semester. This is an opportunity to work alongside and learn from a nimble, fast-evolving digital operation within a prestigious, award-winning print publication (not to mention eat really great food).

Ideally you’d be able to start in January and work through the end of May for 15 to 20 hours a week. You must be able to get school credit as this internship is unpaid.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Building stories and recipes in our CMS

  • Assisting editors with research and fact-checking

  • Pitching and writing stories for saveur.com

  • Attending editorial meetings

  • Working on recipe roundups and other daily content

Like many editorial internships, this is one focuses heavily on learning the ins and outs of web production, and you’ll learn all about analytics, social media, and everything else that goes into building and growing a digital publication. But you’ll have opportunities to write as well, and we always encourage pitches from our interns.

To apply, email dan.dao@saveur.com with your resume, a few words about yourself, a couple short samples of your writing (they don’t need to be about food), and 100 words telling us where to find the best sandwich in the world. If we’re interested we’ll get back to you quickly.

Social Media Intern

Saveur.com is seeking a food-, travel-, and social media-loving person to join our digital team as a social media intern for the upcoming semester. This is an opportunity to work alongside and learn from a nimble, fast-evolving digital operation within a prestigious, award-winning print publication.

Ideally you’d be able to start in January and work through the end of May for 15 to 20 hours a week. You must be able to get school credit as this internship is unpaid.

Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting digital editors with executing and scheduling out a robust social calendar

  • Pitching multimedia social campaigns that incorporate any number of native/external tools including live video, influencer partnerships, and emerging platforms

  • Tracking, compiling, and reviewing social analytics for quantifiable growth

  • Handling social media for Saveur live events, including regular #SaveurSuppers dinners with visiting chefs

    The ideal candidate will possess some or all of the following qualifications:

  • 1-2 years of experience (flexible) managing social channels for a campus organization, publication, business, or nonprofit OR prior social media internship experience

  • Knowledge of a wide range of social platforms that includes Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and preferably Pinterest and Snapchat

  • A demonstrated interest in food, drink, and travel and a passion for storytelling

Like many social media internships, this is one focuses heavily on learning the ins and outs of digital production, analytics, brand management, and everything else that goes into building and growing a dedicated social audience. Should you desire, you may have the opportunity to contribute content for saveur.com as well, and we always encourage pitches from our interns.

To apply, email dan.dao@saveur.com with your resume, a few words about yourself, any relevant social handles you currently manage or have managed in the past, and 140 characters telling us where to find the best sandwich in the world. If we’re interested we’ll get back to you quickly.

Video Intern

Saveur.com is seeking a food-loving video intern for the upcoming semester. This is an opportunity to work alongside and learn from a nimble, fast-evolving digital operation within a prestigious, award-winning print publication (not to mention eat really great food).

Ideally you’d be able to start in January and work through the end of May for 15 to 20 hours a week. You must be able to get school credit as this internship is unpaid.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Pitching, shooting, editing video projects in our test kitchen and around NYC

  • Assisting editors with ongoing video projects: developing rough cuts, fine-tuning cuts, and creating social cuts of existing videos

  • Assisting editors and videographers with scripted and live shoots

  • Applicants should have a working knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and/or iMovie as well as familiarity with live video tools.

Like many editorial internships, this is one focuses heavily on learning the ins and outs of web video production, and you’ll learn all about multi-platform distribution, analytics, social media, and everything else that goes into building and growing the video arm of a digital publication. But you’ll have lots of opportunities to pitch projects of your own making; we’re looking for self-starters.

To apply, send an email to dan.dao@saveur.com with the subject line Video Intern. Please include your resume, a few words about yourself, and links to three video projects, noting your roles with each (shooter, director, editor, etc.). The videos don’t need to be food-based but you should come hungry to eat lots of snacks. If we’re interested we’ll get back to you quickly.

Photo/Art Intern

SAVEUR is looking for a responsible, organized, and motivated photo intern who is currently studying photography, graphic design, or a related degree and passionate about food, travel, and design.

The ideal candidate should have background knowledge in Photoshop, InDesign and Lightroom and be eager to work both independently and collaboratively with our art and photo departments.

Ideally you’d be able to start in January and work through the end of May for 15 to 20 hours a week. You must be able to get school credit as this internship is unpaid.

  • Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Photo research primarily in travel, food, and portrait photography
  • Retouching and resizing images to prepare them for saveur.com
  • Organizing and maintaining our photography archive
  • Assist with prop styling, prop closet organization and upkeep, lighting setup, and general studio needs for in-house shoots
  • Assist staff photographer with shooting and editing videos
  • Help with logistics and travel planning for international stories
  • Assist with placing high res photos and ads into layouts
  • Helping to prepare files for production
  • Print layouts and proofs as needed for creative director
  • Opportunities to contribute design to front-of-book layouts

To apply, send an email to michelle.heimerman@bonniercorp.com with the subject line Photo Intern. Please include your resume, a few words about yourself, and links to your published photos and/or portfolio.