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ARLnow.com Seeks Summer Interns

ARLnow logoARLnow.com is seeking a pair of interns to work with us this summer in our Rosslyn offices.

We are looking for an intern on the news side, who will write bylined articles for the site while helping out with research, note-taking and some administrative tasks. We are also looking for an intern on the business side, who will help support our sales team while working on some marketing projects.

The ideal candidate for each will be a self-starter with clear career goals, who has extracurricular experience and a strong drive to succeed. Those who have worked on either the editorial or sales side of a student newspaper or broadcast operation are encouraged to apply.

College students who are interested in this opportunity should send a resume, cover letter and any representative work samples to [email protected]. Please also note whether you will be receiving academic credit for the internship.

Those who want to skip the initial screening process can also talk to us directly at an upcoming startup internship fair.

Numerous technology, media and other startup companies will be participating at the event, to take place Friday afternoon (March 28) at 1400 Key Blvd in Rosslyn.

“We want to help college students come into the new entrepreneurship world,” said Raymond Rahbar, founder of the UberOffices coworking community, which is organizing the internship event for its member companies. “[We] think they’ll greatly benefit [by working] with a smaller team that can really show them all facets of business.”

Registration is required for the event.

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