La Louisiane, the magazine of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, is looking for its next student editor.
La Louisiane communicates with students, alumni, donors, community partners and other targeted readers.
The primary responsibility of the student editor is to assist in various aspects of the magazine’s production.
The student editor typically conducts research and writes articles for various sections of La Louisiane. The student editor is also involved in other facets of magazine development, such as generating suggestions for possible stories and proofreading.
The student editor serves as a liaison between the magazine and the student body and may also have opportunities to assist with other print and digital projects managed by the Office of Communications and Marketing.
The position pays $12.50 an hour. The student editor will work no more than 20 hours a week and is paid twice a month.
A student editor may serve two semesters, with an option to reapply for an additional term.
This is not a remote position.
Who May Apply
The position is open to undergraduate and graduate students. All majors may apply.
Applicants do not need previous experience writing for magazines, newspapers or other publications. However, candidates should have a solid foundation in grammar and punctuation.
Preference will be given to candidates who can serve two semesters.
How to Apply
Fill out the form below. Candidates also must provide two writing samples via email to Dr. James Savage at email@example.com. Samples may be any written work of nonfiction.
The deadline to apply is Monday, Dec. 9. The student editor will assume their duties in the Spring 2023 semester.
Questions? Contact Dr. James Savage, La Louisiane editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.