Intern at The Global Grid

Apply by July 15th to become our next Senior Editor, two Assistant Editors, and Social Media Coordinator.

Are you an Arabic speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such as sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to healthcare become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Arabic speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Arabic Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As an Arabic Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local Arabic news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate these articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Arabic to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student who is seeking a career in architecture after graduation? Do you have a passion for writing and want learn how to blog and expand your social media reach? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Architecture Blogger Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of architecture is impacting your city.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, careers in the fields of Architecture and Social Media are in demand; however, job seekers in these fields face strong competition when vying for positions. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

As an Architecture Blogger, you will have the opportunity to build your personal brand on the Internet, develop your presence as an expert in your field, network within your community, and expand your recognition across different social media platforms. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public or private workforce.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blogging career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Obtain editorial feedback to improve writing skills;
  • Branding yourself on the Internet and creating exposure for job opportunities;
  • Social media and marketing training;
  • Performance based upon word count accuracy, number of revisions required of each blog and improvements over time, meeting deadlines, and following formatting according to training.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • 2 blogs per month (12 blogs in total for 6 months);
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent English and writing skills;
  • Passion for architecture and design;
  • Access to a camera for taking local images for your blogs, or ability to partner with a local photographer;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Ability to work remotely.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Take this online English language proficiency test, print in "PDF" and attach results;
  • Attach a writing sample regarding a local architectural topic;
  • Attach 12 sample blog titles that you are interested in blogging about (topics should be related to where you will be living during the term of the internship);
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you passionate about journalism and detail oriented? Are you a natural leader and good with deadlines? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, online media publications are thriving, while print media outlets continue to decline. Despite the growth of online media, job seekers vying for journalism careers still face strong competition. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Assistant Editor Internships. As an Assistant Editor, you will have the opportunity to supervise our blog writers. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a one year internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas such as editing, Wordpress formatting, and collaborating with a diverse group of international bloggers. Your duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Supervising up to 10 blogging interns;
  • Creating and managing blogging submission schedules;
  • Ensuring bloggers meet weekly deadlines;
  • Editing blogs for content, grammar, spelling, punctuation, style, and formatting;
  • Formatting individual blog submissions in Wordpress;
  • Supporting direct reports through constructive, positive feedback; and
  • Developing and motivating your team over a six month or one year internship lifecycle.
What we're looking for:
  • 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent English writing and editing skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to manage 10 blogger interns, with a natural desire to teach;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Problem solver and creative thinker;
  • Great communication and people skills, a natural motivator;
  • Multicultural understanding and awareness;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a business student with an interest in strategic planning and management? Are you incredibly professional, creative and resourceful? If so, we want to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Business Development Internships.

As a Business Development Intern, you will have the opportunity to learn about strategic partnerships, marketing through conferences and speaking engagements, and environmental design. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. Plus, we offer free resume reviews and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

Although this is a virtual internship and you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn; and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to expand your business strategy capabilities.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to business planning activities;
  • Expanded networking reach within the environmental design business community;
  • Researching businesses, organizations, and universities for strategic partnership opportunities;
  • Researching opportunities for speaking engagements;
  • Researching opportunities for conference attendance;
  • Brainstorming and collaborating on a variety of business development initiatives;
  • Scheduling and tracking speaking engagements and conferences.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Chinese speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Chinese speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Chinese Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Chinese Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Chinese to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student with an interest in environmental design and social media? Do you have a passion for writing and want learn how to blog and expand your social media reach? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Environmental Design Blogger Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of environmental design is impacting your city.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, careers in the fields of Social Media and Environmental Design are in high demand. As cities continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, and access to health care become more important; however, job seekers in these fields face strong competition when vying for positions. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

As an Environmental Design Blogger, you will have the opportunity to build your personal brand on the Internet, develop your presence as an expert in your field, network within your community, and expand your recognition across different social media platforms. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public and private workforce.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blogging career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Obtain editorial feedback to improve writing skills;
  • Branding yourself on the Internet and creating exposure for job opportunities;
  • Social media and marketing training;
  • Performance based upon word count accuracy, number of revisions required of each blog and improvements over time, meeting deadlines, and following formatting according to training.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • 2 blogs per month (12 blogs in total for 6 months);
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent English and writing skills;
  • Passion for environmental design;
  • Access to a camera for taking local images for your blogs, or ability to partner with a local photographer;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Ability to work remotely.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Take this online English language proficiency test, print in "PDF" and attach results;
  • Attach a writing sample regarding a local environmental design topic;
  • Attach 12 sample blog titles that you are interested in blogging about (topics should be related to where you will be living during the term of the internship);
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a French speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Francophone cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for French Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a French Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent French to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a German speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting German speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for German Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a German Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent German to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student who wants to work in the field of graphic design after graduation? According to the U.S. Department of Labor, graphic design professionals are in demand in almost every industry, but job seekers face strong competition when vying for graphic design careers. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Graphic Design Internships. As a Graphic Design Intern, you will have the opportunity to expand your skills by managing and implementing regular website updates, social media banner designs, participating in a variety of special graphic design projects, while maintaining brand consistency. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. Plus, we offer free resume reviews and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

Although this is a virtual internship and you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including the niche of environmental design and how to manage the development of graphic designs from concept to finished product.

  • Design graphics for social media sites;
  • Complete special design projects on an as-needed basis;
  • Design graphics for website updates;
  • Communicate design strategy;
  • Maintain brand consistency;
  • Obtain a greater understanding of the field of environmental design.
What we’re looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Strong design skills;
  • Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign;
  • Strong communication and quantitative skills;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and independent worker;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Passion for environmental design a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Attach a portfolio of design work;
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Greek speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Greek speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Greek Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Greek Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Greek to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you passionate about journalism and detail oriented? Are you a natural leader and good with deadlines? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, online media publications are thriving, while print media outlets continue to decline. Despite the growth of online media, job seekers vying for journalism careers still face strong competition. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Guest Blogger Editor Internships. As a Guest Blogger Editor, you will have the opportunity manage the guest blogging program. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a one year internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas such as marketing and outreach, editing, Wordpress formatting, and collaborating with and a diverse group of international bloggers. Your duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blog manager and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discovering the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs;
  • Ability to discern quality blog post idea pitches.
What we're looking for:
  • 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent English writing and editing skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Initiative in managing a guest blogging program;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Problem solver and creative thinker;
  • Great communication and people skills, a natural motivator;
  • Multicultural understanding and awareness;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student who wants to work in the field of graphic design after graduation? According to the U.S. Department of Labor, graphic design professionals are in demand in almost every industry, but job seekers face strong competition when vying for graphic design careers. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Infographics Design Internships. As a Infographics Design Intern, you will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in a variety of infographic and data visualization design projects. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. Plus, we offer free resume reviews and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

Although this is a virtual internship and you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including environmental design and how to manage the creation of digital designs from concept to finished product.

  • Ability to work autonomously with little direction;
  • Effectively conceptualize, design and create high-quality visuals in a variety of digital formats;
  • Comprehend numerically driven or abstract concepts and convert them into appropriate, visually compelling designs under deadline and without factual error;
  • Communicate design strategy;
  • Develop infographic portfolio pieces - one per week;
  • Obtain a greater knowledge of the environmental design field.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent design skills;
  • Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign;
  • Strong communication and quantitative skills;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and independent worker;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Passion for environmental design a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Attach a portfolio of design work, preferably infographics;
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Japanese speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Japanese speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Japanese Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Japanese Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Japanese to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student with an interest in landscape architecture and social media? Do you have a passion for writing and want learn how to blog and expand your social media reach? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Landscape Architecture Blogger Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of landscape architecture is impacting your city.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, careers in the fields of Social Media and Landscape Architecture are in demand. As cities continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, and access to health care become more important; however, job seekers in these fields face strong competition when vying for positions. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

As an Landscape Architecture Blogger, you will have the opportunity to build your personal brand on the Internet, develop your presence as an expert in your field, network within your community, and expand your recognition across different social media platforms. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public or private workforce.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blogging career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Obtain editorial feedback to improve writing skills;
  • Branding yourself on the Internet and creating exposure for job opportunities;
  • Performance based upon word count accuracy, number of revisions required of each blog and improvements over time, meeting deadlines, and following formatting according to training.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • 2 blogs per month (12 blogs in total for 6 months);
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent English and writing skills;
  • Passion for landscape architecture;
  • Access to a camera for taking local images for your blogs, or ability to partner with a local photographer;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Ability to work remotely.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Take this online English language proficiency test, print in "PDF" and attach results;
  • Attach a writing sample regarding a local landscape architecture topic;
  • Attach 12 sample blog titles that you are interested in blogging about (topics should be related to where you will be living during the term of the internship);
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student with an interest in environmental design? Do you have a passion for research? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Local Marketing Specialist & Editor Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of environmental design is impacting different cities around the world.

As a Local Marketing Specialist & Editor, you will have the opportunity to learn how to select a variety of localized environmental design sources, how to choose content aligned with our brand, while curating and editing third party content - as you build a library of environmental design articles for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public and private workforce.

  • Research and locate environmental design blogs from a variety of sources that are local and location specific;
  • Select the most appropriate, relevant content for our audience;
  • Create a library of local content to be shared with our audience;
  • Learn about digital content curation as a marketing tool;
  • Learn how content aggregation works and online tools;
  • Increased knowledge and exposure to content and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Learn about the relationship between content curation and search engine optimization.
What we’re looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent research skills;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and independent worker;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Passion for environmental design a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Portuguese speaking student with an interest in with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Portuguese speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Portuguese Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Portuguese Language Translator & Content Coordinator will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and you can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Portuguese to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student who wants to work in human resources after graduation? According to the U.S. Department of Labor, human resources professionals are in demand in almost every industry, but job seekers face strong competition when vying for human resources careers. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Program Support Internships. As a Program Support Intern, you will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in internship outreach, recruitment, and coordination. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and depending on your college or university’s guideline we make all of our Internships available for academic credit. Plus, we offer free resume reviews and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

Although this is a virtual internship and you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a one year internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas such as outreach, recruitment, retention, and tracking. Your duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Researching businesses, organizations, and websites within the environmental design community that will increase outreach to internship applicants;
  • Recruiting international internship applicants through universities, businesses, and organizations;
  • Coordinating updates to the email database after advertising internship opportunity notices;
  • Support the internship application process by communicating with applicants and vacancy posters.
  • Assisting new internship participants with on-boarding;
  • Tracking blogger performance based upon qualitative measures;
  • Developing end-of-internship performance reports.
What we're looking for:
  • 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Detail oriented and organized;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Russian-speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Russian speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Russian Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Russian Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Russian to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you passionate about journalism and detail oriented? Are you a natural leader and good with deadlines? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, online media publications are thriving, while print media outlets continue to decline. Despite the growth of online media, job seekers vying for journalism careers still face strong competition. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Senior Editor Internships. As a Senior Editor, you will have the opportunity to supervise our Assistant Editors and blogging interns. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a one year internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas such as management, leadership, and editing. Your duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Supervise Assistant Editors and their direct reports (up to 10 blogging interns);
  • Collaborate with Assistant Editors to create and manage blogging schedules and editorial content;
  • Ensure Assistant Editors and their direct reports meet all deadlines;
  • Periodically review blogs edited by Assistant Editors to ensure work quality;
  • Edit blogs for content, grammar, spelling, punctuation, style, and formatting when necessary;
  • Format individual blog submissions in Wordpress when necessary;
  • Support direct reports through constructive, positive feedback;
  • Develop and motivate your editorial team.
What we're looking for:
  • 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent English writing and editing skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to manage Assistant Editor interns and their direct reports, with a natural desire to teach;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Problem solver and creative thinker;
  • Great communication and people skills, a natural motivator;
  • Multicultural understanding and awareness;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Do you have an interest in learning how to use social media to create and strengthen communities? Are you a student who is working towards a career in social media, digital marketing, or business development? According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the social and digital media field is rapidly expanding. Social media professionals are in demand in almost every industry, but job seekers face strong competition when vying for these careers. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Social Media Coordinator Internships. As a Social Media Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in community and content management on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and depending the guidelines of your college or university we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and you can commit to at least a one year internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas such as the coordination and maintenance of social media platforms, environmental design practices, and how social media is used as a marketing tool.

  • Professional knowledge regarding the coordination and maintenance of social media platforms, providing you expertise in the field of social media coordination;
  • Increased personal profile in the environmental design community;
  • Increased knowledge of best and worst environmental design practices through reading and spearheading dialogue surrounding The Grid blog posts;
  • Understanding of how to utilize the HootSuite social media platform;
  • Communication with high profile environmental design organizations, while increasing and strengthening your network;
  • Increased knowledge and understanding of how social media is used as a marketing tool, including analyzing metrics, how to use hashtags, and how to coordinate Twitter chats.
What we're looking for:
  • Knowledge in the fields of environmental design (studying towards a degree in urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture, or related field).
  • Time commitment of 10 hours per week.
  • Excellent command of the English language with a keen attention to details, especially spelling and grammar.
  • Ability to professionally monitor, reply and add to social media discussions.
  • Ability to coordinate The Global Grid’s Facebook page.
  • Ability to coordinate The Global Grid’s Twitter profile.
  • Ability to spearhead LinkedIn group dialogues.
  • Ability to submit blog posts to partner websites.
  • Coordinate monthly Twitter chats for #globalgrid.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you an Spanish speaking student with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such as sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to healthcare become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Spanish speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Spanish Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As an Spanish Language Translator & Content Coordinator you will have the opportunity to find local Spanish news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate these articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use WordPress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Spanish to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student who is seeking a career in structural or civil engineering after graduation? Do you have a passion for writing and want learn how to blog and expand your social media reach? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Structural/Civil Engineer Blogger Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of structural/civil engineering is impacting your city.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, careers in the fields of Structural/Civil Engineering and Social Media are in demand; however, job seekers in these fields face strong competition when vying for positions. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

As a Structural/Civil Engineer Blogger, you will have the opportunity to build your personal brand on the Internet, develop your presence as an expert in your field, network within your community, and expand your recognition across different social media platforms. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public or private workforce.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blogging career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Obtain editorial feedback to improve writing skills;
  • Branding yourself on the Internet and creating exposure for job opportunities;
  • Social media and marketing training;
  • Performance based upon word count accuracy, number of revisions required of each blog and improvements over time, meeting deadlines, and following formatting according to training.
What we’re looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • 2 blogs per month (12 blogs in total for 6 months);
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent English and writing skills;
  • Passion for structural or civil engineering and the built environment;
  • Access to a camera for taking local images for your blogs, or ability to partner with a local photographer;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Ability to work remotely.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Take this online English language proficiency test, print in “PDF” and attach results;
  • Attach a writing sample regarding a local structural or civil engineering topic;
  • Attach 12 sample blog titles that you are interested in blogging about (topics should be related to where you will be living during the term of the internship);
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a Turkish speaking student with an interest in with an interest in architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, environmental design, or urban planning? Are you proficient in reading and writing in English? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you.

The Global Grid is striving to bring foreign language environmental design news to its English speaking audience. As cities and towns continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, beautification, and access to health care become more important. We want to know how environmental design is impacting Turkish speaking cities.

We are seeking qualified applicants for Turkish Language Translator & Content Coordinator Internships. As a Turkish Language Translator & Content Coordinator will have the opportunity to find local news articles related to the fields of architecture, structural/civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, etc., and translate the articles to English for our audience. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you!

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas including translation, editing, and how to use Wordpress.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to translation and editing career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Experience editing blogs according to formatting instructions;
  • Discover the purposes behind formatting blogs and their marketing advantages;
  • Learn how Twitter is used for marketing blogs.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • Excellent Turkish to English translation and writing skills;
  • Superb Internet research skills;
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Ability to submit a minimum of 2 high quality translated articles per week for publishing;
  • Independent self-starter;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Ability to work remotely;
  • Previous experience as a writer for a blog is a plus;
  • Interest in environmental design is a plus.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below: This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

Are you a student with an interest in urban planning and social media? Do you have a passion for writing and want learn how to blog and expand your social media reach? If so, The Global Grid wants to hear from you. The Global Grid is seeking qualified applicants for Urban Planning Blogger Internships. We want you to share with our audience how the field of urban planning is impacting your city.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, careers in Social Media, and Urban and Regional Planning are in high demand. As cities continue to expand and grow, social and environmental issues such sustainability, crime prevention, and access to health care become more important. Job seekers in these fields face strong competition when vying for positions. Qualified candidates need education and experience. While you are working hard to acquire the necessary education, let us help you gain some valuable experience.

As an Urban Planning Blogger, you will have the opportunity to build your personal brand on the Internet, develop your presence as an expert in your field, network within your community, and expand your recognition across different social media platforms. You will gain valuable experience and skills, and we make all of our internships available for academic credit. In addition, we offer free resume and career coaching to support you as you transition from our internship into the next phase of your career.

This is a virtual internship, and although you don’t have to commute to our office, we still expect professionalism and commitment from you. We are looking for the best of the best. If you are creative, energetic, and eager to learn, and can commit to at least a six month internship; we want to hear from you.

What to expect during your internship with The Global Grid?

You can expect to gain experience in a variety of areas, and this is a great way to gain visibility as you enter the public or private workforce.

  • Increased knowledge and exposure to blogging career opportunities;
  • Ability to utilize WordPress blogging software with increased knowledge of functionality and features;
  • Obtain editorial feedback to improve writing skills;
  • Branding yourself on the Internet and creating exposure for job opportunities;
  • Social media and marketing training;
  • Performance based upon word count accuracy, number of revisions required of each blog and improvements over time, meeting deadlines, and following formatting according to training.
What we're looking for:
  • 6 month or 1 year commitment, contractually;
  • 2 blogs per month (12 blogs in total for 6 months);
  • Uninterrupted Internet and computer access, must check email daily;
  • Excellent English and writing skills;
  • Passion for urban planning and design;
  • Access to a camera for taking local images for your blogs, or ability to partner with a local photographer;
  • Ability to work under deadlines and meet them;
  • Ability to work remotely.
To apply follow this link and complete the items outlined below:
  • Attach your resume and cover letter;
  • Take this online English language proficiency test, print in "PDF" and attach results;
  • Attach a writing sample regarding a local urban planning topic;
  • Attach 12 sample blog titles that you are interested in blogging about (topics should be related to where you will be living during the term of the internship);
  • Like The Global Grid on Facebook;
  • Follow The Global Grid on Twitter.
This is an unpaid and virtual internship that can be completed from home. While we cannot guarantee opportunities for paid employment, interns will always gain first preference in our hiring processes.

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