Naylor Association Solutions

  • Content Strategy Intern (unpaid internship opportunity)

    Job Location US-FL-Gainesville | US-GA-Alpharetta
    Intern (Part Time)
  • Overview

    The Content Strategy Internship provides the opportunity for students to gain knowledge and experience working in business-to-business media and association publishing with Naylor Association Solutions. Interns will work directly with Naylor’s Content Department to create quality publications for associations to use as a membership information and engagement tool. This will be done through editorial planning, content creation, copy editing and proofing. The goal of this program is to give interns relevant content and editorial experience so that they can compete in the current employment climate, while at the same time supporting the Naylor Content Team. This is an unpaid internship for the Spring 2019 semester.


    Learning Objectives

    • Learn copy editing, writing, content management and content strategy skills.
    • Learn how to work in a professional, fast-paced work environment.
    • Gain exposure to several different industry publications of varying sizes and frequencies.
    • Learn how to balance and prioritize workload and time management.
    • Collaborate with a design, layout and production team.
    • Learn the publication and editorial process from start to finish.
    • Learn how to assess a publication’s content needs.
    • Curate and create editorial content geared toward a specific, niche readership.




    • Research industry information for print and digital publications.
    • Curate and collect content for industry publications that is relevant and timely.
    • Copy edit articles so text is readable, accurate and ready for publication by fixing grammar, spelling and punctuation.
    • Conduct short interviews and write articles, as well as headlines, photo captions and other text.
    • Select relevant and compelling artwork and images to illustrate articles.
    • Proof magazines and other publications during the layout and production process.
    • Edit digital newsletters and magazine websites, and upload content to these platforms regularly.



    • Students entering sophomore or junior year are preferred. Seniors may also apply.
    • Marketing or communications majors are preferred.
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA and able to commit to 15 hours per week.
    • Excellent problem solving, organization and time management skills.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including AP Style.
    • Proficiency in a variety of computer software programs such as Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Acrobat preferred. Knowledge of Adobe InCopy and WordPress is a plus but not required.
    • Ability to work with a dynamic team to meet tight deadlines.


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