Who We Are
Today's Parent is a leading North American parenting source (and Canada's #1 outlet in the vertical) for content that informs, inspires and builds a sense of community. We help parents celebrate the happy chaos that comes with having a family and remind them that they are not alone. If you're trying to conceive, pregnant or have children from newborn to ages 9+, you’ll get insightful information for all ages and stages on discipline, health, behaviour, education, plus easy and nutritious recipes and so much more.
Today's Parent has been the most trusted source of parenting information since 1984. We speak to parents in a fun, friendly voice with a positive attitude. We don't preach, and we don't pretend to have all the answers, but, through real-life stories and expert advice, we empower parents to make informed decisions that are right for their family, and provide them with a good laugh from time to time. Our goal is to inform and inspire our audiences, and create a sense of community.
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You are a magazine and digital fanatic who is excited about learning the ropes. You have a background in Wordpress, fact-checking and story research and you’re happy to help with editorial department administrative duties. You will be given the opportunity to contribute ideas to magazine lineups, write web content, short articles or sidebars, source images, build online articles and galleries, etc. Hours are negotiable and can be flexible to accommodate your schedule, but we are looking for a minimum commitment of two days a week (about 14 hours). Internships are reserved for students enrolled in an accredited post-secondary program that requires a work placement for completion of your diploma/degree. The ideal candidate should be available for three to four months. If you’re interested, please send your resume (with clippings, if you have them) to email@example.com with “Editorial Intern” in your subject line. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.
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