Online Talent Features
Submissions to our print magazine are currently closed. However, we are always open for submissions to our online features. If you would like to be considered, please ensure that you follow the guidelines below before getting in touch.
- intern uses its online platform to promote emergent creative talent. Please do not submit projects if you are an established professional or freelancer. This includes anyone who graduated more than two years ago. We will check, so please don’t try to be sneaky.
- intern is a visually driven platform, so ensure that you have at least half a dozen high-resolution images. These should be sent as jpg/png attachments or in a zip file, 2000px wide, and 72 dpi. Please don’t send huge files, save for web where possible.
- We need to know who you are, where you studied, and where you interned. While it is not essential for you to have done an internship, preference may be given to those who have. Please also tell us a little about the project or work that you are submitting. 200-400 words to this effect would be ideal, and if you include links to universities, companies or to your portfolio site (where applicable), we would be very happy indeed.
- If you are on Twitter and/or Instagram, let us know your handle. We like to tag the people we feature, in order to maximise the impact of publishing their work.
- Please do not use this point of contact to offer to work as an intern. We are not able to offer internships and we are not currently recruiting.
- Send relevant work and information to email@example.com.
Due to overwhelming demand we are unable to reply to every submission. Please don’t be disheartened if you don’t get a response; intern is run by a small team and we may simply be overloaded with work. We want to help get exposure for your material and help you get paid for it, but we need to do it one person at a time.