About YAV Magazine
The Young African Visionaries (YAV) Magazine is now hiring and looking for interns for to start March 2013! The Young African Visionaries (YAV) project was started in 2010 with the hope to help shatter stereotypes about African but more in particular to let the world see the positive things that young Africans are doing worldwide. The Young African Visionaries Project has now grown into an online/print magazine, as well as a scholarship initiative for youth in Africa. We want to highlight real stories that will inspire young African people worldwide. The magazine will be free to the public and will be distributed on three continents and available online. Please visit our blog for a little background about the Young African Visionaries (YAV) Project at www.youngafricanvisionaries.blogspot.com which inspired the start of YAV Magazine and you can visit the magazine online at www.yavmagazine.com .
YAV Magazine Open Positions ( All ppositions are paid per assignment and are part-time positions)
Copy Editor -One Position
Description: Copy Editor will review drafts for magazine, edit feature articles, and provide necessary support in getting final copy of magazine ready for publishing.
Features Writers-Three Positions
Description: Features Writers will write assignments for YAV Magazine features section including areas of arts, culture, fashion, music, and politics. Features Writers must be have excellent writing skills and storytelling capability.
YAV Outreach Ambassadors-Three Positions
Description: YAV Outreach Ambassadors work to help engage YAV Magazine with our readers and the communities that we share our publication within. YAV Outreach Ambassadors will send correspondence, represent YAV Magazine, help develop partnerships, and be apart of YAV leadership committee.
YAV Magazine Internships (Virtual-Online)
Note: Interns must have computer access and be available for Skype video meetings once a month.
Editorial Internship-One Position
Description: Editorial Intern will assist editors in the process of putting together each issue, this position will require research skills, computer proficiency, journalism knowledge/experience, and excellent writing skills.
Cultural Internship-Two Positions
Description: The Cultural Intern will help YAV Magazine develop its voice and stay connected to what is going on in the African community worldwide involving arts and culture, this position requires experience in the arts or arts background, research skills, and excellent communications skills.
If you know someone who maybe interested in joining the YAV Magazine team please have them firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about positions and salaries. YAV Magazine will be hiring and accepting resumes from Feb. 10- Mar. 15, 2013.
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