Spoon University National Writer Program

Employer Spoon
Location Remote
Type Internship
Apply by January 8, 2023
Posted on November 17, 2022


What is the National Writer Program?

Love writing about food and the ways it touches every aspect of life? The Spoon University National Writer Program provides opportunities for undergraduates to write about food news, culture, and lifestyle on a regular basis during the semester. Stories written by national writers will be directly edited by Spoon HQ and will be on the homepage. In addition to regularly writing news stories, students will also have the chance to develop features as part of a package every month.

  • For a semester (summer, fall, or spring), national writers will write either 1-2x a week or 2x a month, depending on their level of desired commitment. Articles will range from quick news hits, reported news and trend stories, reviews, recipes, listicles, and personal essays.
  • Students do not have to belong to a chapter on their campus in order to be part of the National Writer Program.
  • Students will be part of an online community with other national writers, where they will receive professional development and feedback on their work, not only from Spoon HQ but from their peers as well.
  • Students will also have the opportunity to sharpen their photography and video editing skills, if interested.

    Additional questions can be sent to the managing editor Felicia LaLomia at felicialalomia@hercampus.com.

    To apply, please fill out this application by Sunday, January 8th at midnight.

Application URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScQl-xButDGFuyfXoAU-ZFP30Tl-ZTYmjWJIVElKpr ee_p0Tw/viewform?usp=sf_link