Looking for a motivated, dynamic intern who is interested in learning about many different aspects of the publishing industry. We are a fun, inclusive, work environment that encourages growth and learning. Responsibilities will range from managing social media, marketing/PR, blogging, editorial assistantship, design assistantship, etc.
Open to any major. Experience in any of the detailed fields preferred.
Required Responsibilities/Skill Sets:
Intern will be responsible for helping develop and execute marketing and outreach tactics
Intern will be responsible for maintaining social media presence with all major platforms including Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, foursquare and more.
Intern will be responsible for maintaining his or her own blog that will be featured on the company website.
Intern will be responsible for assisting the Editor-in-chief with proofing any copy and reviewing submissions.
Intern may be responsible for assisting the staff conduct research in any of the aforementioned fields as well as for other assorted categories as the need arises.
Unpaid, compensation will be invaluable experience with a possibility of obtaining college credit.
Please be able to start March 15, 2012
For more information, contact
Attention Everyone! Parables & Books is very excited to be working on quite a few upcoming projects.
In addition to the Sunday School curriculum, we also have four other titles in the works including but not limited to children’s pictorials, children’s chapter books, adult fiction and more!
We will be announcing a partial lineup in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more information and details on the books and authors!
The first ever Sunday School curriculum for the Syriac Orthodox Church is well under way and progress continues to be made every day!
As of January 18, 2012, Parables & Books is nearing completion of Unit One for the Kindergarten grade level. Each grade level will have a corresponding teacher’s manual in addition to the students’ workbooks. Also, special books full of arts and crafts and supplemental activities will be provided for Kindergarten through Second Grade.
Once Units One and Two of Kindergarten have been completed, Parables & Books will submit them for approval to a board of clergy and teachers representing the East and West Coast of the Syriac Orthodox Church of the United States. Future units will be assessed upon the review of the first lessons.
The theme of Kindergarten, God Loves Us, will be a central component of the overall direction of the academic year. By the end of Kindergarten, Sunday School students will have been taught and exposed to basic aspects of the Faith of the Orthodox people.
The new Kindergarten curriculum is slated to be completed by this spring.