Calling All Writers!
We’re relaunching the Beer Kulture blog and we’re looking for a Black/African American, Hispanic, Latino, Native North American, Pacific Islander, or other BIPOC writer to spearhead the development of the blog as a paid writing intern.
The Beer Kulture blog will tell the stories of Kulture in beer, sharing the perspectives of people of color who are contributing to the craft beer and craft beverage industries.
We especially want to highlight faces and voices who are not owners or brewers - people in sales and distribution, front of house, finance, marketing, cellaring, packaging, delivery, etc.
No formal editorial/writing experience is needed, but we’re looking for someone who possesses basic solid writing skills. This is a teaching internship, so you’ll learn more about the editorial side.
What You’ll Do:
Serve as our blog intern for three months, producing six feature blog posts, and receiving $1,000 for your work.
During your three month internship, you’ll
Write four 500 word blog posts, each focused on a person in the industry. In researching the subjects of those blog posts, you’ll interview the subject of each blog post profile - one interview per post.
Write two 800 word blog posts, each focused on a person in the industry. For these posts, you’ll interview the subject of each blog post profile, as well as an additional source for each post - so two interviews per post (at least).
Receive editing, mentorship, and coaching from Kevin York/Bryan Roth/NAGBW member.
Write a 250 word blog post that speaks to your journey in the craft beer/beverage industry. Send that post to firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your application.