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County Grind Needs a Music Intern (Yet) Again!

What's up, students? Need some "real world" experience to mix with your pottery classes, beach-combing, and Food Not Bombs meetings? Today, we said farewell to a guy with ice-cold shoes and a serious hatred for the Beatles, Ryan Burk. Now it's back to square one.

Ideally, County Grind is looking for someone who is passionate about a lot of different types of music, enjoys attending concerts featuring local and national acts, knows how to write a good blog, can work independently, and is willing to be the butt of our jokes at the end of the academic term.

Emphasis that you must be in school

of some sort (undergrad, grad, postgrad, you pick), so that we can

give you college credit for your commitments, which would ideally be

about 20 hours spread creatively over a five-day workweek starting as early as September.

Although this is an unpaid position, you will be paid for all writing

contributions -- and the right internship candidate will obtain many

opportunities to develop as a writer, editor, and journalistic hero.

Experience with blogging software would be an enormous asset, as well as

proximity to our Fort Lauderdale office.

To apply, send an email with "County Grind Internship" in the subject line to [email protected] And tell us:

1. Your relevant experience, music interests, and career goals.

2. Where we can read samples of your writing (links are ideal).

3. Your school and a proposed schedule that fits loosely within regular daily business hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.).

That's it! Thanks for your attention.

Follow County Grind on Facebook and Twitter: @CountyGrind.

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Reed Fischer
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