Fatherly, the essential lifestyle guide for young parents, has an immediate opening for an Assistant Editor Intern. Fatherly has already generated over 1B video views this year and we are looking for new team members who are committed to growing together.
The internship requires a commitment of 20 hours per week in-person at our Tribeca, New York location, for a term of 3 months. This is an unpaid internship, but with the possibility for stipend in the future.
Fatherly seeks a budding editor with excellent organizational skills to assist our growing editorial and branded video team.
Your internship will involve assisting staff editors in their daily duties, including but not not limited to:
*Fatherly is the fastest-growing parenting site on the web, targeting millennial parents who are entering the most inquisitive and acquisitive phase of their lives. Fatherly has already generated over 1B video views this year, and has been named Oprah's favorite website of 2016. Fatherly has also been nominated twice by the Webby’s as “Best Parenting Site on the Internet” in just its first year in existence.
Described by the New York Times as “Buzzfeed meets Vice” for parents, Fatherly focuses on expert-driven, evidenced-based content. By focusing on dads as well as young moms, Fatherly’s able to capture both sides of the parenting market, provide differentiated content in a space oversaturated with “Mom” content, and hone in on a key insight that millennial parents increasingly share parenting responsibilities and purchasing decisions.
This is a sample our editorial video style: https://www.facebook.com/FatherlyHQ/videos/vl.1087688181301791/1058725237513951/?type=1
Here are samples of our branded videos: https://www.facebook.com/pg/FatherlyHQ/videos/?ref=page_internal https://www.facebook.com/pg/FatherlyHQ/videos/?ref=page_internal
The candidate should be proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and interested in short form digital content.
Fatherly is the fastest-growing parenting site on the web, targeting millennials and young Gen Xers who are entering the most inquisitive and acquisitive phase of their life. Described by the New York Times as “Buzzfeed meets Vice” for parents,
Fatherly focuses on expert-driven, evidenced-based content, with a pantheon of esteemed contributors that include: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala and her dad, Melinda Gates, former US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and CTO of the United States Megan Smith.
Fatherly has been nominated for a Webby two times in just its first year as Best Parenting Site on the Internet.