Virtual School Meanderings

April 18, 2017

Internships at Innovate Learning Review

This may be of interest to some readers.

Editorial & Social Media Internships Available

Innovate Learning Review (ILR) is an online publication with insight
on the issues, practices, research, ideas, discussion, and resources
by and for innovative learning professionals around the world.

ILR is offering part-time positions for Editorial and Social Media Interns. Editorial interns will curate/select and write brief content for publication. Social Media interns will help build the ILR social media presence and community.

These positions will enable interns to gain much experience, keep current in the field, and connect with other learning professionals. Also, college credit may be available from your school!

Internships are paid and require 3-5 hours/week working from anywhere.  Also, college credit may be available from your school.

To apply, go to: innovatelearningreview.org/intern

Features
ILR builds upon knowledge gained from research, best practices, ideas expressed by the community, and developing technology to help advance learning.
Features include cutting-edge articles, talks, events, books, and more that are all part of our ever-evolving conversation!
Become a Participant
Innovate Learning Review revolves around its growing, global network of leaders and learners!
You can be an active part of our community by recommending content i.e. Blogs, Talks, Books, Events and more…
Become a Partner
As a non-profit, we thank the sponsors and partners who contribute to Innovate Learning Review and we welcome other organizations to join with us on this project.
Sponsors & Partners (Join us!)
Innovate Learning Review (a non-profit organization) | info@innovatelearningreview.org
STAY CONNECTED
Your copy should address 3 key questions: Who am I writing for? (Audience) Why should they care? (Benefit) What do I want them to do here? (Call-to-Action).

Create a great offer by adding words like “free” “personalized” “complimentary” or “customized.” A sense of urgency often helps readers take an action, so think about inserting phrases like “for a limited time only” or “only 7 remaining!”

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Waynesville, NC 28786

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