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Careers

Graphic Production Assistant
Candlewick Press seeks a Graphic Production Assistant to join our talented team. The assistant will provide support to the Graphic Production team, covering a wide-array of exciting print and digital projects. Following Candlewick aesthetic styles and standards, the Graphic Production Assistant will assist with; reprints, preparing files for digital conversion (e-book, e-PDF), Preflight and Postflight of final files for print, inputting text changes for US editions of UK originated titles, and Hi-Rez Photoshop projects.

Duties also include:
- retrieve and prepare archive assets for various reuse needs
- create special effect plates for print (i.e. Spot-Gloss, Emboss, Foil-Stamp, etc.)
- generate and update barcodes
- fulfill file and PDF requests
- assist with creating and updating training and workflow documentation

This is not a design position. The ideal candidate will have an appreciation for typography and book design, while having a stronger interest in prepress and digital production.

Required Skills and Experience:
Bachelor of Arts degree or equivalent experience
Experience working with Hi-Rez imagery, including; cloning, creating layer masks, alpha channels, retouching, color conversion, adjustment layers, smart filters
Understanding of color separations, 4-color printing process and color theory, along with experience in color-correction
Typesetting experience and understanding of proofreading marks is a plus
Expert knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Acrobat Pro
Knowledge of Flightcheck and Pitstop a plus
Candidate must be very detail oriented and work well under pressure
Good communication, time management and organizational skills
To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Graphic Production Assistant"
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Commercial Operations Assistant
Candlewick Press seeks a motivated administrative professional to join our talented team as a Commercial Operations Assistant. The assistant will be responsible for working with the Walker Books Group Foreign Rights team as well as helping to ensure key Candlewick data is accurate and complete across various systems.

The Commercial Operations Assistant will have a variety of responsibilities including supporting the efforts of the Walker Books Group Foreign Rights team by sharing marketing materials, author blurbs, and reviews with the Fiction Foreign Rights Manager and team; helping gather materials and entering copy in our database; assisting with any requests from the Foreign Rights team; and acting as support for a Candlewick-based FR Sales manager. Some of the responsibilities pertaining to metadata include: finalizing seasonal copy, for both print and e-books, in our database as well as in the system of our distributor, Penguin Random House; working with IT to upload excerpts for our fiction titles to PRH; conducting a regular audit of our cover images in PRH's system as well as on candlewick.com for our print and e-books and work with IT to fill the gaps; updating copy with award information; sharing a seasonal grid with Contracts and Rights for an Insight check and updating the dates in PRH's system once files are distributed; and helping with data projects. Operational responsibilities include: sending Happy Publication Day emails to our authors and illustrators; receiving author and illustrator biographies and submitting them to CE then uploading to our database; receiving, sharing and maintaining signed web disclaimers from authors and illustrators; helping with the seasonal Sales Conference prep; soliciting galley and promotional materials quantities from Sales and Marketing teams; and working with IT on videos to share with Sales and Marketing teams and upload to the corporate YouTube channel.

Required Skills and Experience
- Excellent organizational and communication skills
- Extremely organized, attentive to details, and able to multi-task and prioritize
- Proficiency with all Microsoft Office programs
- Familiarity with databases
- Collaborative Spirit

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Commercial Operations Assistant"
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Educational Marketing and Consumer Outreach Assistant
Candlewick Press seeks an Educational Marketing and Consumer Outreach Assistant to join our talented team. The assistant will work with the Executive Director of Educational/Library Sales and Educational Marketing and the Consumer and Educational Outreach Manager to promote and market our books to the educational market and beyond.

Educational Marketing specific duties will include: maintaining mailing lists and administering seasonal mailings; sending books for award consideration; maintaining examination center database; maintaining the promotional materials grid and the seasonal Sales Conference notes and marketing plans for the Educational marketing team; attending meetings and providing updates to the team as needed.

Consumer Outreach specific duties include: assisting with Candlewick corporate Facebook and Instagram accounts to include scheduling posts and drafting creative copy and content; assisting with supporting our existing and new partnerships, including ordering and mailing books, as well as alerting them to new releases; assisting with Candlewick podcasts, including writing episode descriptive copy; maintaining and sharing quarterly reports of podcasts stats; and researching new prospective partnerships.

This role will also help with newsletters, content for our social media accounts, and gathering and distributing materials and researching partnership and promotional opportunities for our MIT Kids Press and MITeen Press imprints. In addition, other administrative tasks such as placing comp copy orders with our distributor, checking inventory levels of our titles in the PRH system; and helping with conference and show prep, will also be necessary.

Required skills and experience:
- Excellent organizational and communication skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Strong follow-through skills
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint, Outlook, and a variety of social media platforms
- Collaborative spirit
To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Educational Marketing and Consumer Outreach Assistant"
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Editor
Candlewick Press seeks an experienced Editor to join our talented team. The position of Editor for the MIT Kids and MITeen imprints requires an interest in STEM topics, experience with nonfiction for children and young adults, and a minimum of six years of editorial experience working on books. The editor will work autonomously on titles in the pipeline for the imprint under the supervision of the Senior Executive Editor, including communicating and collaborating with authors and coordinating with copyediting, design, and production as the book is developed. A knowledge of, and comfort with, the interaction of text and illustration is preferred. The editor must be comfortable advocating for new titles, including introducing the books to the marketing, foreign rights, and sales teams. Responsibilities include editing 8-12 titles a year; handling select projects from first editorial letter through publication; interacting with the design department as books develop to review and comment on all stages; reading and reporting on submissions to determine if they are viable for the imprints; reviewing materials submitted from MIT; participating in development meetings with authors on select projects; reviewing circs of all stages of pages in conjunction with the head of the imprint; preparing and delivering sales conference presentations; and attending relevant meetings.

Additional Skills and Experience:
- A knowledge of the market for STEM books for children
- Experience working with design and layout of books for children
- Comfort working with scientists and experts in given STEM fields
- Exceptional English language skills (proofreading, spelling, grammar)
- Familiarity with contract terms
- Ability to work within deadlines
- Proven communication, writing, and collaboration skills
- Extremely organized, detail-orientated, and able to multi-task and prioritize
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
- A strong interest in STEM topics and children's books is preferred
To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Editor"
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Imprint Coordinator
Candlewick Press seeks an administrative professional to join our talented team as Imprint Coordinator. Reporting to the Senior Executive Editor, the position of Imprint Coordinator is an administrative position to support, coordinate, and collaborate with the MIT Kids and MITeen editorial staff. The Imprint Coordinator will work with systems set up for the flow of materials and develop systems for organizing information and projects. This role will suit a candidate interested in editorial administration. A strong working knowledge of Excel is required to generate reports and keep track of dynamic information as well as comfort working within a database. Strong communication skills are a must for coordinating meetings, taking meeting notes, and trafficking materials between Candlewick and MIT Press. An interest in STEM topics and children's books is preferred. Responsibilities will include preparing agendas and scheduling meetings; preparing submission materials for the MIT editorial board; maintaining a submission log and project grid; preparing reporting materials for imprint business plan; trafficking materials to MIT for contractual approval points; preparing contract requests and necessary information for our database for new titles; conducting supportive market research to help shape the list; mailing materials and performing other office administrative support tasks.

Required Skills and Experience:
- Proven communication and collaboration skills
- Familiarity with contract terms and negotiations
- Extremely organized, attentive to details, and able to multi-task and prioritize
- Proficiency with Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and other common Microsoft Office programs is necessary
- Familiarity with databases is preferred
- An interest in STEM topics and children's books is preferred
To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Imprint Coordinator"
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Senior Designer
Candlewick Press is looking for a Senior Designer with a passion for book design to join their talented team. Partnering with the Executive Art Director and Candlewick's design team, this full-time position will focus on non-fiction, fiction, and Graphic Novel interior and cover design for children's books of all ages. This is a creative position that requires a solid understanding of book making. The senior book designer works closely with creative directors, art directors, editors, production controllers and artists to produce high-quality children's books following Candlewick's aesthetic style and design standards.

Responsibilities will include the following:
- Conceptualize and execute the design of book interiors, jackets and covers across all-genre (including bilingual and foreign editions; as well as imprint titles when specified) under the supervision of the Executive Art Director (EAD) or AD.
- Follow Candlewick's aesthetic, design standards and house styles.
- Work closely with art directors, illustrators, editors and production controllers throughout the bookmaking process from development to printed books.
- Manage all schedules and communication/art direction with illustrators.
- Maintain a current sense of design trends and familiarity with target audiences to understand consumer needs and preferences.
- Mentor junior design staff when applicable.

Required Skills and Qualifications:
- Expert MacOS user. Expert in Adobe Creative Suite
- Complete mastery of InDesign text design tools and typography for complex in-house page composition.
- Deadline oriented, ability to multitask and work under pressure, with excellent communication (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills.
- Expert knowledge of typography and typesetting, book production processes from conception to publication.
- Solid problem-solving skills and ability to work collaboratively and accept constructive criticism.
- Proficient knowledge of four-color and black & white printing processes
- Comprehensive design portfolio is required. Book publishing or related experience a plus.
- Knowledge of and appreciation for book design, typography and children's book illustration.
- Positive, team player attitude.
- Bachelor of Arts degree, design degree or equivalent preferred, but not required.
To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail to careers@candlewick.com, referencing "Senior Designer"
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Design Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

Our Design internship is particularly well suited to students who are looking to become children's book illustrators or book designers. Design interns assist picture book and fiction designers with scanning illustrator sketches and final artwork, font research, preliminary page set up, and image placement in layouts. They help the Art Department Assistant unpack and log artwork, circulate materials, and make book dummies; and assist the Art Coordination Manager with art exhibitions, award submissions, maintaining illustrator sample files and reviewing art submissions. Design interns also attend departmental meetings on illustrator selection, cover designs, and art direction whenever possible. Other tasks and projects may be assigned on an as-needed basis. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, especially Photoshop and InDesign is required. Familiarity with handling original artwork, knowledge of contemporary picture book illustration, and experience with box cutters and X-acto knives and tiling images is preferred. *Please note that Design interns will not be creating artwork themselves in this position.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Design Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Editorial Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

Editorial Interns will work closely with a mentor in the editorial department and learn about the entire editorial process, from initial submission to printer's proofs. Intern tasks often include reading submissions, writing reader's reports, and drafting rejection letters; researching comparable titles in the market; fact-checking; researching third-party permissions for visual and textual material incorporated in books; drafting jacket/cover copy and ad card copy; and checking in-house page proofs and printer's proofs. Additionally, interns may attend meetings based on availability, which may include weekly covers, production, and picture book team meetings as well as project-specific meetings with members of the editorial, editorial services, and design teams. Candidates with reading comprehension in other languages should specify this on their resume and cover letter.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Editorial Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Graphic Production Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

Graphic Production Interns provide graphic production/premedia support to the Art department. The Graphic Production intern will perform image retouching in Photoshop (cloning, cleaning, color/density adjustments, etc.), they will also input text changes using InDesign, design back-matter ads, assist with preparing final files for print and the creation of Press-Ready PDFs for various vendor specifications. Candidates will gain experience in the technical aspects of book publishing, exposure to numerous print technologies, and strengthen their Adobe Creative Suite skill set. Must be proficient with Adobe Creative Suite (especially Photoshop, InDesign and Acrobat Pro). Knowledge of QuarkXPress a plus.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Graphic Production Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Marketing Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

Marketing Interns focus on one of two areas:
* School and Library Marketing - interns assist our school and library marketing team to coordinate timely mailings, including in-house programs (like Teen Buzz) and ALA award submissions (like the Newbery award); maintain various spreadsheets, including award submissions and reviews; update our School and Library Marketing Instagram and twitter accounts; fulfill desk copy requests; assist in various preparation for conventions; attend weekly departmental meetings; research influential library outlets; and more.
* Publicity - interns assist with media outreach and promotional events on behalf of books and authors by drafting press materials; researching awards and event venues; coordinating trade mailings to major review outlets; fulfilling review copy requests; organizing and maintaining marketing materials; researching targeted publicity outlets; attending weekly departmental meetings; assisting in developing marketing materials for future lists, including seasonal e-blasts; assisting with press clip maintenance and other general marketing duties.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Marketing Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Production and Manufacturing Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

The ideal candidate for the Production and Manufacturing Internship majors in publishing or a related area of study and has a desire to learn about printing, estimating and the art of book making. Responsibilities include: Checking and circulating proofs and advance materials; quoting, estimating and revising P&Ls; reviewing invoices; compiling information and creating spreadsheets; drafting memos and correspondence as needed; filing and archiving. Requires exceptional writing, communication and organizational skills, attention to detail and a positive attitude. Knowledge of printing is a plus. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Acrobat on a PC platform; A production intern will learn about 1 and 4-color printing, bookmaking methods and terminology, the workflow of a publishing house and production's role in the process.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Production and Manufacturing Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Publishing Technologies Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

The Publishing Technologies internship offers hands-on experience with several areas related to our digital publishing and marketing programs. The qualified intern will gain a thorough understanding of PDF creation and optimization using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Acrobat; assist the supervisor with video editing and post-production projects using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects; help produce promotional videos used to market our novelty children's books; assist with setup and production for occasional on-site video shoots with authors and illustrators; learn to use digital photography in a controlled shooting environment in order to create promotional images for pop-up books, flap books, merchandise, box sets, giveaways, and more; shadow the supervisor on occasional e-book production projects to gain knowledge in e-book creation, file preparation, file testing, and on sale support. Candidates for this internship must be proficient on Mac OS and should understand the basics of design, video and audio editing, using the Adobe Creative Suite. Any e-book and basic HTML experience would be a bonus. Examples of your work are always welcome and encouraged!

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Publishing Technologies Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Sales Internship
Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. An independent publisher, we are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

The ideal candidate for the Sales Internship will have a strong interest in book publishing and children's books. Responsibilities include assisting staff with the following: distributing sales materials within the department, coordinating key mailings to independent bookstores and other accounts, preparing promotional materials for school and library accounts, assisting with online social media, researching accounts online, fulfilling sample requests from accounts, and assisting department members on new projects. Necessary skills include Microsoft Office; exceptional writing, communication, and organizational skills; and a positive attitude. Knowledge of and/or interest in book selling is a plus.

As internships are determined on a need basis, there is a chance a particular department may not host an intern every semester. Candlewick Press' paid internship initiative offers an invaluable opportunity to develop professional skills, learn the ins and outs of the publishing world, and make important contacts within the industry. Internships can be used for college credit if approved by the interns' educational institution. We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) offers grants for diverse candidates. For more information, click here.
**Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick Press will be hosting remote internships only for our Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 intern programs. In-house internships are not available at this time. Thank you for your understanding.**

Our annual application deadlines are as follows:

Spring internships - November 5th (deadline has been extended to January 22nd, 2021)
Summer internships - March 5th (deadline has been extended to April 5th, 2021)
Fall internships - June 5th

To Apply: submit a resume and cover letter via e-mail, specifying the position of "Sales Internship" and semester of interest, to the attention of the internship coordinator at interns@candlewick.com. If applying for more than one department's internship, please submit separate cover letters for each.
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Graphic Production Assistant
Commercial Operations Assistant
Educational Marketing and Consumer Outreach Assistant
Editor
Imprint Coordinator
Senior Designer
Design Internship
Editorial Internship
Graphic Production Internship
Marketing Internship
Production and Manufacturing Internship
Publishing Technologies Internship
Sales Internship