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trileaf designs web department internship

Journalism Internship


Journalism Internship


Spring Semester - February 15th
Fall Semester - September 15th
(for those not eligible for school credit, internships may start at any time)

Time Period:

Four month commitment


Semi-Flexible. 15 Hours a week required during office hours. Typically 3 days a week for a 5 hour block per day.


Unpaid educational opportunity


TriLeaf Designs


10380 Page Industrial Boulevard, Saint Louis MO 63132. Page between 170 & 270.


About Company:

At TriLeaf Designs your company growth is our priority. We are an environmentally friendly firm that excels at designing corporate identities and marketing material, creating media and video content, programming and updating websites, promoting products and implementing marketing plans for individuals and companies of all sizes. We strive to fully integrate your business, align its focus, expand opportunities and communicate your strategic messages with one voice. Our goal is to leave everything we touch better than when we found it. We take pride in recognizing your strengths and using them to create opportunities to take your business to the next level. Outside the office we are focused on giving back to our local communities whether it is through community service, our non-profit organization, MyGreenSTL, or cleaning up trails and streams. At TriLeaf Designs we truly care about you, your company and the places we all call home.

About Internship:

TriLeaf Designs Journalism Intern will work directly with TriLeaf's Owner Rachel Boone while collaborating with designers, marketing, web programmers. With the guidance of Ms. Boone the Journalism Intern will start off helping with TriLeaf Design blogs. The intern will gain experience interviewing companies, writing blogs, copywriting for marketing material publications and websites, reporting on events, showcasing non-profit organizations and clients, and writing press releases. This is not a typical journalism internship; traditional news stories will not be written or published. Job will include completing research, coming up with own content ideas, copy writing, editing, and posting. If intern excels, they may take on other tasks. Ms. Boone will provide guidance while increasing the interns' resume and portfolio.


Student or recent graduate in journalism program is preferred, but will make an exception for a great resume and work ethic. Journalism Intern must be willing to follow direction, is a good salesperson, upbeat personality, able to do research and to explain their findings, a self-starter, hard worker, focused, team player, good communicator, organized, and highly motivated. Must have knowledge of AP Style and editing practices. Must have interest in electronic journalism. TriLeaf is a quickly growing company that is consistently working. There will be no down time and the desired intern must be someone who likes to get things done. Being an amazing proofreader is a plus. Must present a resume. Will be looking more at potential of applicant and work ethic than their resume. Must have a PC or Mac laptop.


Please send resume and cover letter to