If you are reading this, we can safely assume that you are interested in writing. You may have been writing for years and realised you are decent at it, and now you want to take it up on a more professional level. If you ask us, we will point towards the ideal path: content writing internships. Content writing is often dismissed as a job that anyone can do, but we encourage you to remember that every organisation and company needs quality content writers who can grasp the needs of their clients and deliver quality content. If you wish to take up content writing as a profession, there is no better place to start than content writing internships.
What perks do we provide?
Our first internships are often our initiation into a formal workplace environment. You will learn how to coordinate with employers and coworkers, work with clients, juggle multiple tasks, and learn responsibility, work ethics, and professional conduct. At the end of the day, our content writing internships will teach you the necessary skill set you require to succeed in the profession. Blogging, website content, social media writing, sales and advertisement, creative writing, and industry or professional writing are areas you will potentially cover in internships.
Interning as a content writer will certainly gear you up because of the diverse range of experiences it offers. Content writing internships expose you to numerous types of topics and clients. You work on some projects that you greatly enjoy and excel at, and others not so much. We assure you that the experience is important nonetheless because it enables you to find your niche. You will learn how to write better within increasingly shorter periods of time. Researching various subjects, learning SEO, adapting to multiple writing styles, and meeting deadlines are only a few of the experiences you will take away.
Internships in content writing are the perfect space to meet and interact with like-minded people who share the same interests as us. You can talk about the work they do, observe and discuss how different writers have their unique styles, and be part of a productive community that motivates you. And, needless to say, you get the opportunity to talk to people who are well-established, professional content writers. They can guide you while you’re interning at the organisation, instruct you on your work, show you career options, and enlighten you on navigating the industry.
Where to Start?
If you are a writer with no prior professional experience, it may be challenging to get into paid internships. A lot of writers start with interning at NGOs because the work eases you into the industry. Once you have had that experience, you can apply to content writing organisations, like ours, that will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of the profession. Even if you are a beginner, we assure that we provide due credit and remuneration.
How to Apply?
To get in touch with us, you could email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop in a quick text at +91 98994 46830. If you think that you have what it takes to be a potential content writer, send in your resume along with recent sample works ready in a folder, preferably a Google Drive link. We, too, would love to know more about your experiences!
The perks of our content writing internships are that you have the option to work online. You will not have to travel and work in flexible work hours (although, we expect you to co-operate with us on reasonable deadlines). You can intern during your vacation, while you’re in school or college, or alongside your other job. We’ll leave you with a small reminder: don’t be intimidated. It’s easy to be so because we think others are achieving so much more so fast. As long you have the interest and the knack for writing, you’re already halfway there!