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Multimedia Account Executive

Love sales but want to break free of stale, corporate environments with limited growth opportunity, and instead join a team of multimedia account executives in the epicenter of all things cultural in Orlando?

Orlando Weekly is searching for qualified candidates who will thrive in our fast-paced, forward-thinking culture! With our culture-forward, vibrant, active audience and our progressive business culture, you'll have plenty of print, digital and event solutions to drive results for clients of all types.

Bring your energy, sales savvy, media aptitude and high activity level --- let's talk! No shortage of clients, no shortage of inventory. Submit your resume, your LinkedIn link and your thoughts. Apply Here.

Editorial Intern

Orlando Weekly is always looking for editorial interns. If you think you'd thrive working in a fast-paced environment, blogging, fact checking and covering events, email editor@orlandoweekly.com with two writing samples and a letter telling us why you want to intern here. You must demonstrate strong writing and critical thinking skills. Intern candidates must be enrolled in a program that will offer them credit for their internship.

Marketing and Events Intern

Orlando Weekly is looking for self-motivated and dependable undergraduate students who are majoring in Marketing, Event Management or a similar field to become our next Marketing and Events Intern! You must be able to receive academic credit for this position. See this PDF for more details about the position. This is an unpaid internship. Please e-mail resumes to mhodge@orlandoweekly.com

Production Intern

Orlando Weekly is looking for motivated and creative graphic design interns to join our production team. This is the perfect place for new designers to learn, develop their portfolio, network with industry professionals, and develop new skills that they will carry with them throughout their career. Passionate voices are welcomed and essential here. You must demonstrate strong attention to detail and critical thinking skills. We accept applications year-round, but our positions fill quickly. This is an unpaid internship. Required Skills: Proficiency in Adobe software, especially Photoshop, Indesign, and Illustrator Excellent writing & verbal communication skills Great work ethic and time management skills To apply, please send a resume, and portfolio pieces to drodriguez@orlandoweekly.com

Business Intern

Orlando Weekly is looking for organized and detail oriented students majoring in Business, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Management, Human Resources, or similar who seek practical experience in a fun and creative atmosphere. You must be able to receive academic credit for this position. Please email resumes to hollie@orlandoweekly.com

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