NATIVE Digital Job Fair

We’re taking calls for applications! NATIVE is looking for interns, writers, event volunteers, and members of our sales team. The sales and writer positions will be paid. At this time, we are not taking applications for photographers.

Writers at NATIVE will provide the written content for the magazine, as well as social media. This includes features, interviews, digital spotlights, and much more. This is a paid freelance position. Apply in the form below.

Interns will help in the day-to-day production and promotion of NATIVE. Interns meet with the production staff as well as the writers and are integral in the magazine’s planning process. Responsibilities include managing social media accounts, booking interviews, curating playlists, making art for social media, and helping with event set-up and execution. Apply in the form below. (Unpaid internship).

Members of NATIVE’s sales team will be joining a crucial element of the magazine. Our mission is to grow and unite the creative community in Nashville. We are able to accomplish this by partnering with like-minded businesses via advertising, activations, and partnerships. This is a paid position. Apply in the form below.

In terms of manpower, NATIVE is a pretty small operation. That means we need a helping hand every once in a while, especially during the many events that we host and/or sponsor, like the Show & Tell panels at WeWork or our annual Yearbook party. Event volunteers help with the set-up, design, and execution of such events. Apply in the form below. (Unpaid internship).

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