360 MAGAZINE is an edgy pop culture and design publication that presents new wave brands, entities, and trends to tastemakers within their respective global communities while also representing a movement of social awareness and change. Our immersive yet remote internship program has allowed students to consistently work on relevant daily digital media releases.

360 MAGAZINE is offering unpaid remote internships in the following areas:

  • SEO: Implement both on-page and off-page Search Engine Optimization practices to improve website ranking and increase organic traffic
  • Interactive Media: Conduct social media campaigns, correspond with industry professionals, create artwork, and produce well-written articles
  • WordPress: Update plugins, integrate widgets, and reformat web pages/posts
  • Adobe: Utilize Adobe Creative Suite for graphic design, magazine layout, photo editing, and illustration fabrication
  • Programmer: Reconfigure coding, website, and email boxes
  • Sales/Marketing: Digital networking, develop decks, communicate with prospects, and achieve goals
  • Web Developer: Assist with application architecture, enhance website performance, upload visuals, and maintain web-facing technology

We are constantly seeking candidates who possess the following attributes: enthusiasm, trustworthiness, creativity, discipline, patience, respectfulness, determination, and dedication.

When applying, please email your resume, cover letter, and writing samples to intern@the360mag.com. In the subject line, type your name and the position.

At 360, we celebrate BIPOC and LGBTQIA2S+ communities in our work and amongst our staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, and/or veteran status.

You can read one of our previous intern’s stories about her experience at 360 HERE.

“During the internship, you find yourself honing both your communication as well as writing skills while operating in tandem with high-level press teams, celebrities, artists and entrepreneurs execute thought-provoking prose with a specific focus on anthropology. Being a component of an extremely flexible, accepting, and positive community, where you can bring your own unique identity and skill set to help influence the direction of both the traditional and non-traditional media outlets.” Jason Tayer, Digital Media Intern (Emory University ’22)