MyJewishLearning, Inc. is seeking an editorial intern to work on its two largest projects MyJewishLearning.com (the leading transdenominational Jewish website) and Kveller.com (the largest website for parents of young Jewish children).
The intern will help create innovative content, update existing material, and upload articles to the sites as well as support a number of upcoming editorial projects. The ideal candidate should be eager, able to work independently, and comfortable working on multiple projects at the same time. Experience writing for web publications, using a Content Management System, and knowledge of Photoshop are essential. Qualified candidates will also have an interest in Jewish culture and tradition.
The intern will work out of MyJewishLearning’s Manhattan office. The internship is available immediately and would last at least through the end of 2011. The position is 10-15 hours a week and pays $10 per hour.
For more information and to apply, see the announcement on JournalismJobs.com.
You know, if the population of any American city were living under the barrage of rockets that continues to rain on southern Israel, we’d be hearing about it all the time, 24/7. But whenever I look at my Twitter timeline, I see almost everyone talking about almost everything/anything but the rocket attacks.
If you want to stay informed–and I hope that you do–I recommend “following” these Twitter feeds for updates:
I can’t sit around and worry about what’s happening in Israel all day, every day. But at least when I see updates from these feeds, I can say a quick, silent prayer. And I can stay informed.
If you have additional feeds to recommend, please share them in comments. Thank you.