Here’s what our three most recent interns have to say about the experience:
I’ve been an intern for a number of places, and wow most of them sucked. You do tons of work and all you get is a lot of really awkward no-eye-contact, am I right? Well, not so at TMN. First off, most of the work is actually pretty fun and rewarding. Second, the staff really is the coolest bunch of people you’ll ever meet in your life. They’ll look you in the eye, listen to you talk, remember your name. It’s incredible! So apply now. You won’t regret it.Matthew RobisonThe candidate we’re looking for has good web chops, a wide taste in reading materials, and an interest in online publishing. Applications should include a CV and a paragraph or two on why you want to work for TMN, any relevant experience, and how you came to start reading the site. Please keep things brief. Bonus points if you can name the song Andrew and Rosecrans sang in the drunk karaoke video that once appeared in this space.
TMN people are the nicest, funniest people you’ll ever meet, and TMN projects are the nicest, funnest, most challenging work you’ll ever do. TMN will make you use the internet in ways you never did before, and never in the oh-god-I-just-spent-three-hours-on-YouTube kind of way. You couldn’t ask for a better summer job.Nozlee Samadzadeh
An internship with TMN is hugely enriching. The whole TMN family is warm and friendly. Interns have a unique opportunity to soak up expertise from a fantastic pool of people, and work on projects that will leave you invigorated and inspired. Dive in! It’s quite possibly the best way to spend a summer.Mike Smith
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