The Auburn Voices Editorial Fellowship available at Auburn Seminary offers the opportunity to help run and build a grassroots and faith-rooted media shop. Working closely with Auburn Voices Editor Paul Brandeis Raushenbush, the founding executive editor of Global Spirituality & Religion at Huffington Post Religion and an Editor at Beliefnet.
You’ll play a key role in creating, curating, and amplifying multimedia stories of faith and moral courage across multiple platforms. You’ll be writing, reporting, editing, fact-checking, brainstorming, pitching, celebrating — and anything else you can think of that happens in the newsroom of a modern online media outlet.
This position is flexible with a maximum of 20 hours per week. Strong preference for individuals based in New York City, able to come into the office for at least part of the work week.
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To submit your application for employment consideration, please visit https://form.jotform.com/Auburn1/EDFellow .
Please include a very short cover letter (a few sentences) that talks about how you approach writing and why this might be an exciting opportunity for you. Also, include a sample of your written (blog post, newspaper article, etc) work.
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