We’re taking all theories on who the Brooklyn-based food writer/personality is who’s looking for an unpaid intern. Also, I need an unpaid intern. The perks include seeing me wear a muumuu and complain about how full I am.
Intern to Food Writer/Personality (Brooklyn)
Well-known food writer/personality is looking for a part-time intern/office assistant. You should have a good phone manner, Miscosoft Word and internet skills, be very organized, self-starting, and have good energy. Some food knowledge and a good appetite wouldn’t hurt. You will be planning promotional events, performing clerical duties, such as inputting information into the computer, doing a little research, and keeping me organized. This is not a paying job but there are perks, including that you get to work with an established food communications professional. Hours and days are very flexible, as long as they are during the normal Monday to Friday, 9 to 6 workday.
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