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Company Name: STERLING PUBLISHING CO., INC.
Description: The Sterling Publishing Summer internship program provides students with the exciting opportunity to apply their education in a real-life professional setting, while gaining valuable industry experience and transferable skills. Interns will partner with our creative and talented staff to accomplish impactful company projects.

Summer Interns will learn the skills and tools necessary to support the successful publication of a book within their chosen department. All interns will participate in lunch & learns of various topics, get the chance to have face-to-face time with our president, benefit from the guidance of a mentor, and attend resume workshops, all while learning everything there is to know about the book publishing industry!

Internships are available across different departments, including:
 Art/Design
 Editorial
 Managing Editorial
 Production
 Sales
Length of Internship: 10 Weeks
Requirements: - Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
-Motivated & creative with excellent communication skills
-Strong interest in book publishing
-Currently enrolled in an accredited college/university

Students are placed in internships related to their educational and career interests; Skills required vary by department
Location: New York, NY
Application Due Date: May 18, 2018
Payment: Unpaid Internship for Credit Only
How To Apply For This Internship: Submit an application and resume to our careers page: http://careers.barnesandnoble.com/job/Summer-Intern-12532BR

Please be sure to indicate your area of interest when applying.
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