Internships & Placements

Internships & Academic Placements

Social Streets offers internships and placements to recent graduates and young professionals.

 

Three month internship, paid

This paid Internship is designed for emerging creative and media professionals who would like the opportunity to gain real-life experience in online magazine publishing and to use their skills for social action at the same time. You will be assisting the Digital Editorial Assistant and learning about:

  • Social media management and how to increase engagement and followers
  • Creating social media campaigns to support the website's content strategy
  • Using data to gather insights and report on performance
  • Compiling weekly newsletters and sending them out using Mailchimp
  • Optimising images for the website (metadata)
  • Optimising content for the website (metadata and onpage SEO) 
  • Compiling data and managing databases
  • Assisting the editorial team with research, interviewing and writing where necessary

Duration: three months

Start and end times: starting each quarter eg Jan, April, July and October

Pay: £45 per day (pro rata £12,000 per annum).

Days: four days per week

Times: 9am to 5.00pm

Location: Bow, London

 

One-month internship, expenses only

The one month internship offers the same benefits as the three-month internship with two differences:

  • The duration of this internship is one month (four or five weeks)
  • Pay covers expenses only, at a rate of £10 per day

Internship application process

If you would like to apply for an internship, either for one month or three months, please email us asking to attend the next interview morning. 

Please attach your CV to the email and tell us what interests you the most about working at Social Streets.

We will invite successful candidates to the next interview morning.

Academic Placements

Academic placements for three month periods for students completing their undergraduate or graduate degrees, whose courses require work placements in organisations. Costs for placements are expected to be covered by the university degree course arrangements.

Master’s students whose courses require that they undertake specific projects, with structured outputs for assessment during their time working in the organisation. These projects are co-designed with the students where the focus is on the students area of interest primarily, but also on the needs of the organisation at the time.