IE Opportunities

Employment, Volunteer, and Internship Opportunities at the International Examiner

About the International Examiner:

The International Examiner is the only nonprofit Asian American media organization of its kind in the country and the oldest and most respected Asian American publication in the Northwest. Established nearly 40 years ago, the IE is anchored as a news publication and has expanded into a strong online news source (www.iexaminer.org) with a growing and influential social media platform. It is located in the heart of Seattle’s Chinatown-International District.


SPECIAL EVENTS/MARKETING INTERNSHIP

Weekly Schedule: Flexible. Preferred: min. 4-12 hours/week

Seeking graduate or college-level student, with credits or project work available.

This position will be involved in the administrative coordination of marketing and/or fundraising events. Duties include but are not limited to: database maintenance, volunteer coordination, event logistics, marketing outreach, and general support. This opportunity is great for students or recent graduates looking to develop real-world skills and experience in marketing and event coordination or to build relationships within the nonprofit or business/corporate sector.

Compensation:  Unpaid

Contact: For more information, contact Travis Quezon, Editor in Chief, at editor@iexaminer.org. Interested applicants can send a cover letter and brief resume to the same email.  Looking for someone to start ASAP.


DIGITAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP

Weekly Schedule: Flexible. Preferred: min. 4-12 hours/week

 Seeking graduate or college-level student, with credits or project work available.

The digital media intern will be responsible for managing all the social media accounts of the International Examiner (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram). They would serve as the online “voice” for the IE, and would need to be aware of Asian American history and/or possess community knowledge competency. The right candidate must be creative, self-motivated, and passionate about social media. The intern will research relevant topics to generate conversations, engage in online communities and conversations, and actively develop creative ways and ideas to drive more traffic to the IE website, as well as maximize IE’s online content. This internship offers students a chance to create an overall digital media marketing strategy from concept to execution with the support of IE staff.  Writing or other editorial opportunities will be available as needed.  Specific and in-depth knowledge of new media trends a plus.

Compensation:  Unpaid

Contact: For more information, contact Travis Quezon, Editor in Chief, at editor@iexaminer.org. Interested applicants can send a cover letter and brief resume to the same email.


FREELANCE WRITERS 

Are you a skilled storyteller, writer, or journalist who wants to contribute to its local and community media? The IE is seeking freelance writers to join our extended family of contributors!

Compensation: DOE.

Contact:  To inquire, contact Travis Quezon, Editor in Chief, at editor@iexaminer.org. To apply, please send a brief cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to the email above.


Join Our Board of Directors

Do you want to make a difference and be apart of shaping our local and community media? Do you have a unique perspective and background that can contribute to the IE’s direction? The IE is now seeking to include  motivated people to join our board of directors.

In particular, we are seeking board candidates with professional financial expertise and/or media industry knowledge.

Contact: To inquire, contact Travis Quezon, Editor in Chief, at editor@iexaminer.org.